Boston Marathon Digital Time Capsule
Everyone has a Boston Marathon memory. Whether you’re a runner, a volunteer, or a fan you can preserve yours by uploading a photo, video or story to our digital time capsule. For each submission John Hancock will donate $1 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, up to $26,200. #WeRunTogether
The 2015 Boston Marathon theme, There’s Only One Boston, celebrates the unique spirit of the race and the city. Every year, thousands of journeys that began around the world come together on streets paved in history and tradition to create memories that last forever.
John Hancock employees and sisters, Julie & Mauryanne Remondini, are proud to be running the 2015 Boston Marathon for the Alzheimer’s Association and, of all the money the race raises for our community. #WeRunTogether
Marathon Sports store manager, Shane O’Hara, was inspired to run his first race by the Marathon Monday camaraderie outside the Boylston Street store.
For 4-time Boston Marathon champion, Bill Rodgers, marathon weekend is like Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and 4th of July all combined!
Steph Gooltz grew up watching the Boston Marathon with her family at mile 17 and is looking forward to conquering the 26.2 miles as part of Team Eye and Ear this year!
Marathon Sports employees, Tyler Hart & Morgan Kennedy, have both run Boston and believe there is nothing like it!
John Hancock elite athlete, Dathan Ritzenhein, is excited run Boston in 2015 and to join the ranks of legends that have gone before him.
Alan Conway and his family have been supporting not only the elite runners but the “back of the pack”, at mile 19 since 1990! #WeRunTogether