Thousands of runners in the Boston Marathon are racing for a cause Monday.
The taper sounds awesome. It’s the toy you get if you are good and do all your running like a good little boy or girl. Well, well, well. Let me tell you. The taper stinks. It’s the worst toy ever.
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Streets all along the Boston Marathon route will be closed to traffic on Monday, April 20th. Here’s what you can expect.
The Boston Marathon is not just a showcase of some of the world’s best runners, but also about our family, friends and neighbors. And most importantly, the very personal reasons they run.
In 2014, a handful of runners who did not qualify used photos found on social media to duplicate bibs and join the race.
Shonda and Curt Schilling are both cancer survivors, and this year, Shonda is running the Boston Marathon to say thank you to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute for helping her husband battle throat cancer last year.
This year’s Marathon Day rules sound much the same as last year: no backpacks, no bulky items, no drones near the 26-mile route, officials said Monday.
Somerville’s Will McNamara overcame the odds after a bicycle accident and is sharing his story with others.
Dick Hoyt may not be running in the 2015 Boston Marathon, but he is still going to play a major part of the race.