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Stories concerning the 122nd Boston Marathon on April 16.
What to bring and not bring, how to watch, how to get there and more -- here's your guide to the 2018 Boston Marathon.
A cold and rainy forecast, which elite runners to watch for on Monday, and marking the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.
"Yes, I have fallen a couple times," says Loren Zitomersky, who will run Monday's Boston Marathon facing the start line. "I ran backwards into a tree."
Kastor, a bronze medalist in Athens in 2004, talks with Here & Now's Alex Ashlock about her new book and the evolution of her running career.
Gillian Reny was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing. The center that bears her name aims to change how people think about trauma treatment, amputation and limb restoration.
Five years after the Boston Marathon bombing, we look back at the lessons learned from the response.
After the 2013 bombing, a massive memorial of shoes, race bibs and banners popped up in Copley Square. As Boston grappled with its grief, a handful of people had to...
The new children's book "Rescue & Jessica" provides a window into the lives of two people injured in the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013.
Plus, an exhibit in Attleboro explores the history of the Boston Marathon, five years after the bombing.
Public safety officials outlined their plans Tuesday for Boston Marathon security, mostly echoing what they've said in the past: No backpacks, no drones, no coolers.
Four years after his emotional victory in 2014, Meb Keflezighi will once again run in Boston. He'll be running to raise money for the Martin Richard Foundation.
The elite field is set for the 122nd running of the Boston Marathon.
The four-time Olympian and recently crowned New York City Marathon champion grew up in Marblehead and always considered Boston her hometown marathon.