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Dykes, who ran a 2:54 marathon at age 70, opens up about training, injury, and his love of racing often. Plus, training details from his coach.
The new rolling start at Boston adopted for the COVID-influenced fall running proved great for runners. But what will they do next April?
Corno shares her mindful, relaxed training plan and the key workouts that have her feeling “scary good” going into the Boston Marathon.
Host of the world’s oldest marathon, Boston boasts a unique running culture and tradition. With its setting on the Charles River and the Atlantic Ocean, and pedestrian-scale historic neighborhoods, Boston is one of the best cities in the world for runners. Here's a guide to the best spots to lace up and explore.
Rouse gets in 100-mile weeks around a busy schedule as she looks to PR and compete for the masters title at Boston.
Five Boston Marathoners over 75 show how to be old, healthy, and fast.
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.