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How To Watch the 2019 Boston Marathon

Reason No.1 you don’t want to miss this race: It’s the first time in more than three decades that an American woman is defending her title. Patriot’s Day. Marathon Monday. Boston Marathon Day. Call it what you will, but the third Monday in April is like a national runner holiday. And every year, the oldest […]

The Ultimate Insider’s Boston Marathon Weekend Guide to Everything

Eat, drink, run, cheer, repeat. Our Boston resident writers give you the scoop on how to soak up every minute of the best weekend of the year. Whether you’re in Boston to run the marathon, watch it, or just take in all the running glory for a few days, you can stoke your inner running […]

At 42, Running “Just Keeps Getting Sweeter” for Krista DuChene

The Canadian Olympian finished third overall at the 2018 Boston Marathon, but this year her goal is to place well in the masters division. As a member of the 2016 Canadian Olympic team and seasoned competitor with a 26.2-mile best of 2:28:32, Krista DuChene, 42, was already well-acquainted with the spotlight when she arrived at […]

10 Workout Songs from the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Finalists

Rock your next run with  songs from the 2019 nominees. This month, HBO will broadcast the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. We’ve compiled 10 hits from the nominees—seven are from acts who’ll be joining the hall’s esteemed company, and three more are from artists who made the ballot this year, but […]

Safety Apps Can Keep Track of Your Whereabouts

Technology can offer peace of mind on your next run—for yourself and your loved ones. Most of us have left a note or sent a text to the effect of, “Out for a run, be back by 3:30.” We don’t want to think that something bad could happen while we’re out there, but between twisted […]

Who is Sarah Sellers? Now Everybody Knows Her Name

After her surprise second-place finish at the 2018 Boston Marathon, Sellers is back—and still stunned. When Sarah Sellers crossed the finish line of the 2018 Boston Marathon, more than four minutes behind winner Desiree Linden, spectators and broadcasters alike scrambled to figure out who had just become the runner-up in one of the world’s most […]

Jordan Hasay is “Raring to Go” for the Boston Marathon

She hasn’t raced 26.2 miles since 2017, but she made a pact with Joan Benoit Samuelson that on April 15, they’ll see each other on the starting line in Hopkinton. Jordan Hasay was confident in her fitness and her ability to contend for the 2018 Boston Marathon title. But the night before the race, she […]

Oh, Baby! Shawn Johnson East On How Pregnancy Changed Her Boston Marathon Plans

The Olympic gymnast opens up about why a miscarriage last year influenced her decision about whether to run her first 26.2 miles on April 15. Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson East is no stranger to setting—and achieving—big goals. The 27-year-old took home four medals (including gold on the balance beam) from the 2008 Summer Olympics in […]