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DUKE CITY MARATHON
When distance runner Brantley Lutz regards the field at Sunday's Duke City Marathon, he doesn't expect to see dollar signs.
Lutz isn't planning to find easy money laid out along the race's 26.2-mile route.
It might have been that way a year ago, but the 2000 field for the men's marathon "is probably the strongest marathon field we've had," said Matt Segura, who has coordinated the elite runners since the event's 1984 inception. A year ago, the field might have been the event's weakest ever considering that Haffis Banire's winning time of 2:42.08 was the slowest since the top runners' times were first …