They Say It Takes Endurance To Make A Marriage Work If that's the case, Whitney Black and Steven Phillips should be fine. They married over the weekend at the 13-mile-mark of the Detroit marathon, which they were running.
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They Say It Takes Endurance To Make A Marriage Work

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They Say It Takes Endurance To Make A Marriage Work

They Say It Takes Endurance To Make A Marriage Work

They Say It Takes Endurance To Make A Marriage Work

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If that's the case, Whitney Black and Steven Phillips should be fine. They married over the weekend at the 13-mile-mark of the Detroit marathon, which they were running.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. It is said that it takes endurance to make a marriage work. Well, Whitney Black and Steven Phillips should be just fine. The couple married this weekend at the 13-mile mark of the Detroit Marathon which they were running. The groom wore a tuxedo T-shirt. The bride wore a visor and a veil. The ceremony was quick to keep their muscles from freezing up, and the newlyweds finished together in a respectable 4 hours and 47 minutes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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