2014 Boston Marathon
“The one word I have to describe it all – epic,” race director Dave McGillivray told reporters Tuesday at a post-race news conference.
Meb Keflezighi of San Diego, California won the 2014 Boston Marathon Monday with an official time of 2:08:37.
Defending champion Rita Jeptoo of Kenya won the 2014 Boston Marathon Monday with an official time of 2:18:57, a new course record.
Jessica Kensky crossed the 2014 Boston Marathon finish line with a time of 2:14:13, good enough for first place in the small field that was the Women’s Handcycle division.
Ernst Van Dyk and Tatyana McFadden have won the 2014 Boston Marathon Wheelchair Division races.
About 36,000 runners have waited a full year for this day. Now it’s time to finally run the 118th Boston Marathon.
About 600 screaming second and third graders greeted the runners with a rock star-like rally in the school gym.
Streets all along the Boston Marathon route will be closed to traffic on Monday, April 21st. Here’s what you can expect:
It’s been a trying year but with the pain comes ways we are now Boston Strong(er).
Hopkinton, Massachusetts plays a key role in each year’s Boston Marathon, as it is the town where it all begins.