117th Boston Marathon
The Boston Bruins game against the Ottawa Senators at the TD Garden on Monday night has been postponed due to the events in Boston during the Boston Marathon.
After some of the elite American men dropped out, experts say Shalane Flanagan of Marblehead could be the United States’ best chance for a win Monday.
On a day when millions of eyes are fixed on the Boston Marathon, these are the 200 that are most important.
Could an American runner win the 117th Boston Marathon? The last one to do so, Greg Meyer, thinks it could happen.
There’s another B.A.A. of the Boston Marathon, and they too are gearing up for Monday’s 117th running of the world famous race.
10 years ago, Tom Nealon started running the Boston Marathon to raise money for the American Liver Foundation. This year’s running will be his last, but there’s a new twist involving the family he’s been helping out the last decade.
Another American runner has dropped out of Monday’s 117th running of the Boston Marathon.
Marblehead’s Shalane Flanagan is not only running her first Boston Marathon, she’s confident she can be the first American to win the race in nearly 30 years.
Some runners in the 117th Boston Marathon are running for the Boston Health Care for Homeless Program, a free-standing hospital and respite center caring exclusively for the city’s homeless men, women and children, including a member of the WBZ-TV family.
A calf injury has forced American runner Meb Keflezighi to pull out of the 117th running of the Boston Marathon.