Now 92, Allen ran his first Boston Marathon in 1942. 75 years later, a lot has changed.
Runners from Team Joslin Diabetes were humbled by some thoughtful gifts from the center’s pediatric patients. It’s moments like this that drive these runners to the finish.
Each Marathon Monday for the past five years, Kristin Donahue has run with her friend Glen in her heart, collecting moments along the way that honor him and his fellow fallen servicemen and women.
For Patrick McMahon there was a time when running a marathon was an unattainable aspiration. Fast forward 8+ years, and he’s not sure what he’d do without the marathon
Steve Wechsler has known he wanted to run the Boston Marathon since he was a young boy, but his father’s recent ALS diagnosis was the motivation he needed to make 2017 his year!
Angela Scott’s Boston Marathon journey begins as a young spectator at Mile 17, and will end in April on Boylston Street. But, it’s those moments in between that make her story special.
Having cheered runners on from the Wellesley Scream Tunnel throughout her four years in college, Meghan Peterson is looking forward to reaching mile 13 on Marathon Monday and the moment when she sees her sister, Courtney whom she is running for.
Eric Croci will be running through his memories on Marathon Monday, reliving moments that shaped his dreams of running the iconic Boston Marathon.
Volunteer to Aspiring Finisher
Lindsay Broderick’s first Boston Marathon experience was as a volunteer giving finishers their medals. In that moment she started thinking, ‘maybe I’ll be a finisher myself one day’.
The Boylston Street Moment
For Patrick McMahon there was a time when running a marathon was an unattainable aspiration. Fast forward 8+ years, and he’s not sure what he’d do without the marathon.
7 Marathons, 7 Continents, 7 Days World Champion
Becca Pizzi may have conquered 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days as a World Champion, but no marathon is like her hometown race.
25 Years In Race Security
As he celebrates his 25th year in race security, Dean Mini shares how the moments of the Boston Marathon have shaped him.