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Jared Ward’s Rising Marathon Career Sets High Expectations In Boston

After placing third at the U.S. Olympic Trials and then a very respectable sixth in Rio, Ward is expected to do well in this year's Boston

Dave McGillivray On Tradition, Family and Giving at the Boston Marathon

Race Director Dave McGillivray is running his 45th Boston Marathon on Monday and doing so on behalf of the Martin Richard Foundation.

Sights From a Fast Morning at the 2017 B.A.A. 5K

Fast times and sunny skies prevailed at the 9th annual B.A.A. 5K, making a great race for over 10,000 runners.

2017 B.A.A. 5K Post-Race Interview With Molly Huddle

In her post-race interview, Huddle describes what happened in the final stretch of the race and her thoughts on a close second-place

2017 B.A.A. 5K Post-Race Interview With Ben True

In his post-race interview True gives a play-by-play of the final sprint to the finish, and insight into his racing strategy this year.

Ben True Claims Victory and Breaks American Record at B.A.A. 5K

This is Ben True's fourth win in the event and second time breaking the American 5K record.

17 Shirts To Express Your Boston Marathon Spirit

There's so many unique designs, it's hard to choose our favorite!

From Refugee To The Boston Marathon

After a life of adversity, the kindness of others have gotten Saint Cyr Dimanche to the U.S. and ultimately, to the Boston Marathon.

Jared Ward’s Tips On Pacing At The Boston Marathon

Even pacing in a marathon is key, according to Ward, but when it comes to Boston the adrenaline and energy also plays a factor.

Galen Rupp Feeling Healthy Despite Recent Foot Injury Ahead Of Boston

Rupp assures that he'll be in prime condition to race and reflects on what it will mean if he wins the Boston Marathon.

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