Registered runners—including those in the new non-binary division—will be informed by the first week of October.
At 34 years old, Nell Rojas is faster than ever—and she's only getting started. After top-ten finishes in two consecutive Boston Marathons, Rojas reflects on how she got here and what's next.
After winning her debut marathon at CIM, the mother of four struggled with stomach issues during her first World Marathon Major.
We had one last check-in with our "regular runner," after following along in her training for the Boston Marathon.
The 2022 Boston Marathon looked like an Adidas vs. Nike showdown, with a few other shoe brands sprinkled in.
Rojas was the only American woman to crack the top 10 at the 126th edition of the race.
The fastest field in the history of the race also marked the 50th anniversary of women’s first official entry into Boston.
For the 2022 race she was invited to fire the gun to start the elite women's race.
Airtime for women’s pro competition still doesn’t cut it. Let’s not miss the big moves on Monday.
“I’m Already Getting Emotional About This Race”: A Final Check-In With Jess Gillman Before She Runs Boston
Gillman is getting the final details put together before she and her family head out for Monday's Boston Marathon.
On the 50th anniversary of the first official women’s field at the iconic event, this year’s pro lineup doesn’t disappoint.
On her way to run 100 marathons in 100 days, the Boston Marathon will mark number 92 in a row.
Recovering from hip pain set the 2018 champion back initially, but she’s looking forward to lining up on Marathon Monday.
We're following 'regular runner' Jess Gillman as she trains for the Boston Marathon, which is stop number four in her pursuit of running all the World Marathon Majors.
Community is everything. Here’s how these Indigenous runners are building theirs.
It’s fun to follow elite runners in their training, but how is a mother and full-time worker gearing up to run her bucket list race? We’ll be checking in with Jess Gillman every couple of weeks until the marathon.
Twelve women have sub-2:23 times.
Unraveling a complicated relationship with chronic illness took more than a decade.
The race returns in April for the first time since 2019.
The retired 2017 New York City Marathon champion takes inventory of how her attempt to complete six marathons in seven weeks has gone so far.
The two-time Olympian was scheduled to race the 2021 Boston Marathon on Monday, but she’s had a change of plans.
At the 2021 Boston Marathon, out of an $876,500 total prize purse, $27,500 will now go to para runners.
The Boston Marathon’s atypical autumn date this year falls on Indigenous Peoples Day and offers an opportunity to honor and uplift native runners and communities.
Future runners of the Boston Marathon will pass by a life-size statue of Bobbi Gibb—the first woman to run Boston back in 1966.
Deirdre Keane became a low-key internet sensation after a condensed version of her life was told on the Humans of New York Instagram account. We wanted to know the full story.
“My whole career I’ve been like, what’s next?”: Molly Huddle on Preparing for the 2021 Boston Marathon
The two-time Olympian has been focused on injury prevention in her build up to Boston.
The rescheduled 2021 Boston Marathon will feature nine women who have run faster than 2:22, plus three top U.S. women.
Tightened qualifying standards and an unprecedented cut-off time have brought qualifying marks close to the speeds required to toe the line during the height of the first running boom.
The 2018 champion is coming back to try to reclaim her Boston Marathon title at the 125th anniversary of the race.
The COVID-19 safety measures will include about 10,000 fewer runners at the in-person event.
A virtual Boston Marathon in 2021 is a celebration of the sport and a chance to welcome more runners into the fold.
A reduced in-person race size has opened up the virtual field.
They qualified for the postponed Tokyo Games right before COVID-19 shuttered the nation. They catch us up at the virtual Boston Marathon Expo.
Missing spring races? These World Marathon Major reruns will help fill the void.
After placing fourth at the Olympic Trials, Desiree Linden planned to race the Boston Marathon. Like everybody else, she’s trying to figure out what’s next.
A guide to understanding what feeds your anxiety and five keys to taking control of your reactions and coping with the stress.
Breaking with the trend of giving the elite women the first start, Boston Marathon officials cite safety concerns.
The women’s elite field at the 2020 Boston Marathon features the defending champion and includes five athletes who have run under 2:20.
Desiree Linden has a big year ahead, racing the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials, the Boston Marathon, and perhaps the Olympics, too. Here’s how—and why—she plans to do it.
The two-time Olympian says she will race the Olympic Marathon Trials in February and the Boston Marathon in April.
Vivienne Hau fixes retinas by day; now, she’s co-captain of the first-ever visually impaired Hood to Coast Relay team.
The Boston Athletic Association released its registration dates for the April 20, 2020 race. Get that BQ and mark your calendars.
With a career that’s spanned more than two decades, she’s one of the most decorated marathoners in the world. And the mother of five—who’s turning 40 this year—has no plans to step aside.
It’s almost as difficult to get a job on race day as it is to earn a place on the starting line.
“We’re running as Team USA, really,” said Desiree Linden, the defending champion, of helping Hasay pace herself to third place.
The Olympic legend finishes the race in 3:04.00 on the 40th anniversary of her historic win.
There was little doubt who was going to win from early in the 26.2 miles, but Americans Desiree Linden and Jordan Hasay landed in the top five.
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.
The Canadian Olympian finished third overall at the 2018 Boston Marathon, but this year her goal is to place well in the masters division.
After her surprise second-place finish at the 2018 Boston Marathon, Sellers is back—and still stunned.
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.
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.
Some events don’t allow entry deferrals for any reason, including when you’re expecting a child.
She won’t be racing at the Boston Marathon this year, but the 2017 New York City champion still has pre-race nerves.
She’s lining up at the 2019 Boston Marathon to mark the 40th anniversary of her first victory on Boylston Street.
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When the professional fields line up on April 15 at the 2019 Boston Marathon, more women will have a shot at competing at the highest level—and fewer men will qualify for prize money.
From the happiest place on Earth to Boston's world stage, Tina Muir is returning to racing.
The Boston Athletic Association announced the athlete roster for its 2019 Boston Marathon international fields on January 10, 2019.
The B.A.A. announced today that $36.6 million in charity fundraising was raised for the 2018 Boston Marathon.
Six weeks after the 2018 Boston Marathon, we check in with four of this year's top female finishers to see how their lives have changed.