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The Midnight Ride and the Marathon

Late Sunday night, Kevin, a colleague who is a bicyclist, completed the Midnight Ride.

It’s an event that started a few years ago when one guy suggested to some fellow bikers that they bike the Boston Marathon route the night before the big event. 270 more words

Inspiring Boston Marathon!

Did you see it today? Meb Keflezighi became the first winner of the Boston Marathon from the United States since 1983! What a day!

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Happy Marathon Day!

There is something so spectacular, so inspirational, so phenomenal about marathons. Having grown up in Massachusetts, no marathon has represented that more than the Boston Marathon. 241 more words

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Boston Marathon: photos from my November '13 trip #BostonStrong

Photo 1: The Boston Marathon finish line was one of the first places I wanted to go to after I landed. My last trip to Boston was my third time visiting the city and the first time since the bombings. 316 more words

Architecture of the Marathon

In honor of Marathon Monday, I thought I would finally post some images from a few weeks ago. I’ve been training for my second Boston Marathon this winter (only somewhat successfully with the demands of Core II) and one weekend in March, I decided to document some of the buildings along the course as I ran from mile 8 to the finish on a long training run. 391 more words

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Boston University News Service: Boston Marathon 2014 In Numbers

By Samantha Wong

Original infographic published on Boston University News Service website for the Boston Marathon 2014.

Also published by CNN Newswire.

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Along The Route: How Boston Rallies Around The Marathon

BOSTON – Boston has numerous claims to fame. It is rich with history. It is one of the best cities in which to spend time outdoors, often named… 594 more words

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