Kathrine Switzer To Run Boston Marathon To Mark 50th Anniversary Of Historic RunFifty years later, she’ll run again to mark the historic moment in women’s distance running.
Boston Marathon Runners Furious Their Bibs Were CounterfeitedMarathon runners and the BAA are investigating how some bibs were counterfeited.
Boston Marathon Winner Atsede Baysa Gives Trophy To Bobbi GibbA day after winning the Boston Marathon women's race, Atsede Baysa gave her trophy to the first woman to ever finish the marathon in honor of her bravery and courage 50 years ago.
Christy Turlington, Jason McElwain Finish 2016 Boston MarathonAmong those finishing the 120th Boston Marathon Monday were a supermodel and a viral basketball star.
Team Hoyt's Bryan Lyons: 'Any Race With Rick Is My Best Race'In a tradition going back nearly 40 years, Rick Hoyt crossed the Boston Marathon finish line Monday.
Bombing Survivor Patrick Downes Finishes 120th Boston MarathonThree years after losing a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings, survivor Patrick Downes completed the 120th running of the race on his prosthetic leg.
Bombing Survivor Marc Fucarile Finishes Boston Marathon Handcycle RaceThree years after he lost his leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, survivor Marc Fucarile returned to the race to compete as a hand cyclist.
Uta Pippig Finishes Boston Marathon 2 Days After Deciding To RunImagine being in such great shape that could you decide to run a marathon just two days before the race.
2016 Boston Marathon Men's Winner: Lemi Berhanu Hayle Of EthiopiaLemi Berhanu Hayle of Ethiopia pulled away from defending champion Lelisa Desisa with just over a mile to go and won the 2016 Boston Marathon Monday.
2016 Boston Marathon Women's Winner: Atsede Baysa Of EthiopiaAtsede Baysa of Ethiopia won her first Boston Marathon Monday with a dramatic surge in the final few miles.
Marcel Hug, Tatyana McFadden Repeat As Boston Marathon Wheelchair ChampionsMarcel Hug of Switzerland won his second straight men's wheelchair race in the 2016 Boston Marathon Monday, but it was a lot closer this time.
Women's Defending Champ Caroline Rotich Drops Out At 5-Mile MarkDefending women's champion Caroline Rotich dropped out of the 2016 Boston Marathon Monday at the 5-mile mark of the race with a leg injury.