Here’s a look at some of the video highlights from the 118th Boston Marathon:
Marblehead native Shalane Flanagan desperately wanted to win the 2014 Boston Marathon.
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.
Hours after completing the Boston Marathon last year, the bombs went off and life was put into perspective for Greg Picklesimer.
People around the world have sent in handmade scarves for the Marathon Scarf Project.
Ernst Van Dyk and Tatyana McFadden have won the 2014 Boston Marathon Wheelchair Division races.
As 36,000 runners waited anxiously for the start of the 118th Boston Marathon Monday, a moment of silence was held to honor the victims of last year’s bombings at the finish line.
President Barack Obama talked with WBZ-TV’s Lisa Hughes in an exclusive interview one year after the Boston Marathon bombings.
Helping keep anxiety to a minimum today is not only the right thing to do – it’s the least you can do.
Two days after the bombings last April, my 19-year old son Matthew called me at work and asked if I would help him train for the 2014 Boston Marathon.