117th Boston Marathon
Running the Boston Marathon is a milestone in most runners’ lives. While it’s a milestone for most, it’s nothing short of a miracle for Serena Burla.
Thousands of runners take part in the Boston Marathon year for all kinds of reasons. One father from Newton is running to help save his young son’s vision.
New Hampshire’s Josh Crary, who went blind by the age of 19, is running his second Boston Marathon.
Another former Boston Marathon champion will be back for the 117th running of the famous race in April.
The field for the 117th Boston Marathon will include several former champions, including two-time women’s champ Joan Samuelson.
You’ve known Dick and Rick Hoyt for years. Now meet “The K-Girls.”
Marblehead native Shalane Flanagan was born to run, and will make her Boston Marathon debut this year.
American runner Ryan Hall will not run the 2013 Boston Marathon, John Hancock Financial announced on Wednesday.
2012 Boston Marathon Champion Wesley Korir has just run a very different kind of race to victory.
On Tuesday, John Hancock Financial announced the elite field for the 117th running of the Boston Marathon.