Lace up: Registration for the Twin Cities marathon starts Tuesday morning

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Starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, runners can register for the 2015 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.

The race is limited to 12,000 participants. It's slated for the morning of Oct. 4, winding from downtown Minneapolis to the State Capitol grounds in St. Paul. It's $105 if you register by Feb. 9, and bumps up after that, to anywhere from $120-$140 depending on the date.

Registration for six additional events will also open at 10 a.m., including the TC 5K Run/Walk and TC 10K

Registration for all the events will be conducted online – click here to go to the page.

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It will be the 34th running of the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon. In November, the Active Times named it one of the five best marathons in the entire world.

The 2014 race was won by first-time runner Tyler Pennel. The 26-year-old from North Carolina finished in about 2 hours and 13 minutes.

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