Boston Athletic Association

2015 Boston Marathon Donations Surpassed $28 MillionRunners in this year’s Boston Marathon helped raise $28.3 million for more than 200 charity organizations, the Boston Athletic Association announced on Tuesday.
B.A.A. 10K Sees 2 First-Time Winners In Soaking RainKenyans Daniel Salel and Mary Wacera finished first.
Boston Marathon Runners Warned Not To Post Bib Numbers OnlineIn 2014, a handful of runners who did not qualify used photos found on social media to duplicate bibs and join the race.
Mystery Boston Marathon Finish Line Shoveler IdentifiedThe mystery of who shoveled the Boston Marathon finish line has been solved.
BAA Sets Field At 30,000 For 2015 Boston MarathonThe field for the 2015 Boston Marathon will be a little smaller than the 2014 race, the B.A.A. announced on Thursday.
BAA Promises Investigation Into Fake Bibs Used During Boston MarathonThe Boston Athletic Association is promising to investigate cases of fake bibs used during the Boston Marathon.
Along The Route: How Boston Rallies Around The MarathonBoston may not be at the center of the Boston Marathon, but it is at the finish, where it really counts.
The World Can Run With Boston: New Marathon Digital Platform Invites All To Take PartThanks to the Boston Athletic Association, anyone can run in honor of the Boston Marathon under one platform, the Boston Marathon World Run application.
Plans Announced For Boston Marathon TributeThe Boston Athletic Association has announced plans for an official tribute event to mark the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
BAA Donates $250,000 To The One Fund BostonMore than $28 million has been donated to The One Fund since the bombings.
BAA: Too Soon To Know What Changes 2014 Boston Marathon Will BringBoston Athletic Association Executive Director Tom Grilk says everything is open for consideration for the 2014 marathon.
BAA: Boston Marathon Will Go On In 2014"We are committed to continuing that tradition with the running of the 118th Boston Marathon in 2014," Boston Athletic Association head Tom Grilk said.