Watch The Boston Marathon Live On CBSBoston.com & WBZ-TV; Listen On WBZ NewsRadio 1030CBS Boston has you covered for the 121st Boston Marathon, with live coverage on CBSBoston.com, WBZ-TV and WBZ NewsRadio 1030. New to this year's TV broadcast team, Marblehead native Shalane Flanagan.
Shalane Flanagan Joins WBZ-TV Marathon Broadcast TeamThe Marblehead native and 3-time Boston Marathon elite runner was forced to withdraw from this year's race due to injury.
Marblehead's Shalane Flanagan Withdraws From 2017 Boston MarathonThe local Boston Marathon elite runner will be unable to compete due to an injury.
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.
Kenya's Caroline Rotich Wins Thrilling Women's Boston MarathonKenya’s Caroline Rotich won the women’s division of the 2015 Boston Marathon Monday in a thrilling finish.
119th Boston Marathon Preview: Gloomy Weather, But High Hopes For American ElitesThis is the day thousands of runners have been waiting months for – Boston Marathon Monday.
Who To Watch On Marathon MondayThe 119th running of the Boston Marathon could feature some record-breaking feats.
5 Former Winners To Run In 2015 Boston MarathonFive former winners have committed to run this year's Boston Marathon.
Elite USA Team Announced: Meb Keflezighi Returning For 2015 Boston MarathonThe first American man to win the Boston Marathon in over 30 years will be back in 2015 to defend his crown.
Flanagan Finishes 3rd In Heartbreak Hill Half Marathon Hometown olympian Shalane Flanagan finished in third place in Sunday's, inaugural Runner’s World Heartbreak Hill Half & Festival.
Rita Jeptoo Sets Women's Course Record In Boston Marathon WinDefending champion Rita Jeptoo of Kenya won the 2014 Boston Marathon Monday with an official time of 2:18:57, a new course record.
Shalane Flanagan's Best Not Enough To Win Boston MarathonMarblehead native Shalane Flanagan desperately wanted to win the 2014 Boston Marathon.