Marblehead-native Shalane Flanagan finished her first Boston Marathon in fourth place.
After some of the elite American men dropped out, experts say Shalane Flanagan of Marblehead could be the United States’ best chance for a win Monday.
Shalane Flanagan grew up in nearby Marblehead watching her father run the Boston Marathon.
Could an American runner win the 117th Boston Marathon? The last one to do so, Greg Meyer, thinks it could happen.
Marblehead’s Shalane Flanagan is not only running her first Boston Marathon, she’s confident she can be the first American to win the race in nearly 30 years.
Marblehead native Shalane Flanagan was born to run, and will make her Boston Marathon debut this year.
On Tuesday, John Hancock Financial announced the elite field for the 117th running of the Boston Marathon.
The Elite USA Team for the 117th Boston Marathon was announced on Tuesday, with some familiar faces returning to Boston.
Torrential downpours on the Olympic marathon course in London didn’t stop Marblehead resident Shalane Flanagan from finishing strong.
Three of America’s top women runners have already committed to race in the 2013 Boston Marathon.