Every Year on the third Monday in April, the Boston Marathon will bring together runners of all types. This year is no different – for the 106 year in a row, the Boston Marathon will kick off at noon at Hopkinton and go for 26.2 miles through Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Brighton, Brookline and finally ending on Copley Square.
Who holds the record for the fastest times?
Kenya’s Cosmas Ndeti and Margaret Okoyo currently hold the record for having finished the race the fastest with 2:07:15 and 2:20:43 respectively.
Where can you watch the Boston Marathon?
If you’re looking to watch the Boston Marathon on television and live in Boston – check out WBZ-TV (channel 4). Universal Sports will air the race in its entirety (until 12 pm).
Want to track your Family & Friends During the Race?
If you have friends and family in the race you can track them on the Boston Marathon Website as well as AT&T Athlete Alert that will send you text messages and alerts throughout specific points during the race.
Have you or would you ever run the Boston Marathon?