Join us as we share 14 stories of inspiration ahead of this year's Boston Marathon.
Lisa Georgis says she looks forward to running past the screaming fans at Wellesley College at Boston this year.
Melanie Powers, who has survived cancer twice, is running Boston for a number of reasons — including to honor her late father.
Christopher Anderson says his "zen moment" at last year's Boston Marathon was hearing the pounding of shoes on the pavement.
Stay-at-home mom Christine Thompson is running Boston in memory of her best friend who passed away in 2012.
Dustin Hinkle draws a comparison to the Columbine school shooting when talking about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
Stephanie Abraham's husband and two sons will greet her at the finish line of this year's race.
Professional runner Michael Wardian is aiming for a Boston PR this year as he remembers the tragedy that unfolded in 2013.
Nadia Ruiz Gonzales is running Boston to show the world that runners will not back down in the face of fear.