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From the moment she graduated from Framingham State University with a degree in business management, Wilmington's Emily Colosimo has found fulfillment outside of the path... [Read More]
Former Norwood-Norfolk at St. Lawrence University runner Jon Eng will be competing in the Boston Marathon this spring and raising money for a special cause... [Read More]
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The Incomplete Book of Running By Peter Sagal Simon & Schuster. 208 pp. $27 --- You'll want to love Peter Sagal's book, "The Incomplete Book... [Read More]
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How the Rhode Island native and lifelong surfer got back on his board — and met his girlfriend, Boston Marathon survivor Sydney Corcoran. [Read More]
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Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are asking a federal appeals court to let them submit an oversized legal brief totaling roughly 475 pages... [Read More]
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Running gets taken away from a University of North Carolina student by a neurological disorder, but the Boston Marathon qualifier is fighting back. [Read More]
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A Kennebunk High School graduate who never envisioned herself as an athlete is getting ready to run in one of the most prestigious races around,... [Read More]
Open champions Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi, as well as wheelchair champs Tatyana McFadden and Marcel Hug, will return for the 123rd running of the... [Read More]
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Procession For Fallen Worcester Firefighter, Whitey Bulger Wrongful Death Lawsuit, All Four Boston Marathon Winners To Return, Below Average Temps... [Read More]
Last year's improbable Boston Marathon champions return to defend their titles. [Read More]
Linden will defend her title along with men's open winner Yuki Kawauchi, women's wheelchair winner Tatyana McFadden and men's wheelchair winner Marcel Hug. [Read More]
All four champions of the 2018 Boston Marathon are returning to defend their crowns in 2019. Maybe they'll have better weather this time around. [Read More]
The defending champions will take another crack at breaking the tape on Boylston Street. [Read More]
The women's and men's champions at this year's Boston Marathon will be back to try and defend their crowns in 2019. [Read More]
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