The new rolling start at Boston adopted for the COVID-influenced fall running proved great for runners. But what will they do next April?
For the 50th running, a tribute to some of the inspiring movers, shakers, risk-takers and ground-breakers who gave us the race we know and love.
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The cut-off time muddles the meaning of qualifying and jerks runners around, taking away much of what makes the experience great.
CJ Young secured his spot on the exclusive 125th Boston Marathon starting line with a time of 2:52:12, just barely scraping under the new, tightened cut-off mark.
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.
One personal view of 50 years of the race that did so much to create modern running — as a runner, broadcaster, fan, writer, and human.