A new look for Boston 10K for Women

With the beginning of a new decade comes the chance for many brands, events, and companies to switch up their look, logo, and colors. At the Boston 10K for Women, we did all three. We sat down with runner, mother,
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Molly Huddle wins the 2019 Boston 10K for Women

The Rhode Island Native Breaks Away Wins Fifth Title in 31:50 Molly Huddle of Rhode Island won her fifth Boston 10K for Women today in downtown Boston in a time of 31:50, adding to her 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2015
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Joanne McCabe Morris: 44-Year Runner

In 1977 I saw my brother out running and said to myself ‘I can do that’ and just started running. I just ran to get out and be active. I then heard about the Bonne Bell Mini Marathon and it
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Bobbi Gibb to be Official Starter

Women’s running pioneer and legend to start October’s race In the 1960s, there was a belief—by some—that women where not physiologically able to run long distances. Roberta Gibb disagreed. She could regularly run for hours near her home in Southern
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Meet the 2019 Elite Athlete Field!

Some of the world’s fastest ladies are heading to Boston Common The field is headlined by four-time champion Molly Huddle, fresh off her ninth-place finish at the IAAF Championships in Doha, Qatar, where she ran 31:07.24. Joining Huddle on the
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Francine Vidockler: 44-Year Runner

I decided to run the first Bonne Belle Mini Marathon, as it was known then, because I had just started running and I dearly appreciated the idea that it was for women. Women have long been excluded, either by law
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Lyn Licciardello: 44-Year Runner

In November of 1976, I had my second child. My husband, Tom, had started distance running during my pregnancy, and ran the Maryland Marathon in December, qualifying for the Boston Marathon. He loved it and urged me to try it,
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Welcoming LÄRABAR and EPIC Provisions to the family of race sponsors

Big news! We are thrilled to announce our new partnerships with LÄRABAR and EPIC Provisions! We are so pumped to have them with us, as both are brands that have a deep interest in women’s wellness and fitness. You’ll hear from them and
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Janet Spriggs: 44-Year Runner

Boston 10K for Women was the first race for women only in New England. The year it began, a group of women from my running club decided to run in it. The main reason we did it was because it
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Kathy Sastavickas: 44-Year Runner

I was a heavy smoker until the spring of 1977. I decided to quit smoking and thought that running might help me minimize any weight gain. I would run at night when it was dark because I was embarrassed by
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Shirley Jacobson: 44-Year Runner

I have always been an individual participant in the 43 year Bonne Belle, Tufts, and now Boston 10K for Women. I had just begun running with a few friends in my hometown of Wayland after “downsizing” to half time in
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Dewey, our Finish Line Dog

New for this year is the addition of some four-legged charm at our finish line. Say hello to Dewey, a nine-year-old, one-eyed wonder dog, who—through the loving ownership of his mom Lisa Tulipani—has gone from rescue to therapy dog. Now
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