Actor and director Sean Astin planned to end his Boston Marathon run on “a note of reverence” to honor the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, 8-year-old Martin Richard.
This is “Rudy” star Sean Astin’s 10th time running a marathon, but the 26.2 miles to Boston will mean something extra special to him.
Actor Sean Astin is running this year’s Boston Marathon with Team MR8 to benefit the Martin Richard Charitable Foundation.
The Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation says it picked the runners out of a pool of some 100 applicants.
The winner of the 2014 Boston Marathon men’s race said afterward that he was running for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and for all Bostonians.
Here’s a look at some of the video highlights from the 118th Boston Marathon:
The winner of the 2014 Boston Marathon Women’s Wheelchair Division race gave away the gold-dipped olive wreath given to her for the victory.
Dozens participated in a hockey tournament fundraiser in honor of Boston Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard.
As the anniversary of the marathon bombings approaches, the family of Jane and Martin Richard released a statement about their family’s healing.
Hundreds of runners dressed like superheroes raced down the final 18 miles of the Boston Marathon.