CBS Boston is proud to have eight runners taking part in 2014’s 118th running of the Boston Marathon.
Less than a mile from the Boston Marathon finish, runner Phil Vaughn captured the chaos and confusion on a small video camera strapped to his head, the moment police stopped the crowd, announcing runners could not continue to the end.
WBZ’s Jim Vaughn wore a video camera as he ran the Boston Marathon before being stopped by police after two explosions went off near the finish line.
If you’ve never run the Boston Marathon, here’s a chance to see what it’s like.
Some runners in the 117th Boston Marathon are running for the Boston Health Care for Homeless Program, a free-standing hospital and respite center caring exclusively for the city’s homeless men, women and children, including a member of the WBZ-TV family.
Some members of the CBS Boston team braved the heat to run in the 116th Boston Marathon on Monday.