导读：芝加哥妇女Amber Miller 在怀有39周身孕的情况下参加了她的第八次马拉松比赛。她在医生的要求下半跑半走地完成42公里的赛程，还来不及好好休息，几小时内就生下了一个女婴。孩子重约7斤，非常健康。她认为这不足为怪，自己不过是一直跑着直到孩子降临的那刻而已。她说：“我疯狂热爱跑步。”
Instead of having a rest after completing the Chicago Marathon, pregnant Amber Miller gave birth.
Mrs Miller, who was nearly 39 weeks pregnant, said "it was the longest day of my life". She gave birth to a healthy 7.7lb (3.5kg) girl, June.
The marathon was the eighth for the 27-year-old, who already had one child. On her doctor's orders she ran half and walked half the distance.
"Lots of people were cheering me on: 'Go pregnant lady'," she said.
"For me, it wasn't anything out of the ordinary. I was running up until that point anyway," she told Associated Press news agency.
"I am crazy about running."
Because she half-walked the race, she finished the 26.2 mile (42.16km) course in 6:25 - slower than her usual pace.
"A few minutes after finishing, the contractions became stronger than normal and I understood what was going on," she said.
"When they became more regular, we had a sandwich and then we left for hospital," Mrs Miller added.
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