Boston Athletic Association
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.
The Boston Athletic Association on Thursday announced that registration for the B.A.A. 5K will begin at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 4, 2013.
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For the next four years, there will remain only one local TV station where you can watch the Boston Marathon.
After 28 years of service, Guy Morse III is set to retire from the Boston Athletic Association at the end of this year.
Boston Marathon officials have granted 2,160 deferments into the 2013 race to runners who opted to sit out this year because of the heat.
The Boston Marathon may have been a month ago, but the Boston Athletic Association is still very busy honoring the 125th anniversary of the storied race.
Twenty-five sighted runners will be blindfolded when they run the BAA 5K along with 6,000 other runners on Sunday.
Over 100 people attended a ceremony Tuesday night at the Greek Consulate on Beacon Hill, where the Honorable Consul General of Greece, Ilias Fotopoulos, presented four olive branch wreaths to the Boston Athletic Association.
Ali Abdosh of Ethiopia won the Boston Half Marathon by 5 seconds over Sam Chelanga of Kenya on Sunday, and Janet Cherobon-Bawcom captured the women’s race.