Ready, Set, Register: Boston Marathon Signup Begins Sept. 11The Boston Athletic Association will open registration for the 2018 race at 10 a.m. on Monday, September 11.
B.A.A. To Donate $20,000 To Martin's Park ConstructionThe $20,000 donation will go toward the project aimed at creating a universally accessible park and playground.
BAA Apologizes To Marathon Handcyclists Who Felt MistreatedThe Boston Athletic Association has apologized after being criticized for not accommodating the needs of a handcyclist group, made up of wounded veterans and Boston marathon survivors.
Boston Marathon Handcyclists Upset With Race OrganizersThe Achilles Team Freedom, a group of wounded veterans and Marathon bombing survivors who race using handcycles are unhappy with race organizers.
BAA Launches Youth Jamboree For Local ChildrenThe Boston Athletic Association kicked off a new tradition Sunday, aimed at getting kids hooked on athletics.
Shalane Flanagan, Daniel Chebii Win Boston Athletic Association 10KAn American Olympic marathoner training for the Rio Olympics and a man from Kenya won the women's and men's races in the Boston Athletic Association 10K Sunday morning.
B.A.A. Distance Medley Registration Now OpenThe Boston Athletic Association opened registration Tuesday for its Distance Medley.
BAA Loses Bid To Block Company's Use Of 'Marathon Monday'The BAA has failed to prove that Marathon Monday was a close approximation of its name or identity after a clothing company in Everett applied to register "Marathon Monday" on merchandise.
BAA Half Marathon Draws Elite RunnersThe 13.1 mile race drew elite runners and others running for charity.
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.