In June at the Synchrony Financial Rock ’n’ Roll San Diego Half Marathon, the 94-year-old added another record to her collection.
Earl Granville lost his leg to an IUD in Afghanistan in 2008, but uses running as a form of recovery and is now a four-time Boston finisher.
Rupp shares his thoughts on a second-place finish, where he had the toughest time on the course, and what he'll be up to next.
The 2014 Boston Marathon champion says goodbye and thank you to Boston as a competitive runner after his final race on the course.
In her post-race interview, Huddle describes what happened in the final stretch of the race and her thoughts on a close second-place
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.
The Olympic medalist and New York and Boston champion gets personal on why this year will be his last as a competitive marathoner.
We sat down with David to learn more about his coaching philosophy, personal performance goals and what it's like to train with his wife.
Fifty years after she became the first woman to run the race as a registered entrant, Kathrine Switzer returns to the start line.