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Weini Kelati sets new event record at Boston 10K for Women

Beats record by three seconds on the streets of Boston In her first professional road race, 24-year-old Weini Kelati blazed to victory and a new event record at the Boston 10K for Women, Presented by REI. The Flagstaff resident and
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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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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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A burst of speed – 2018 race highlights

It’s nearly impossible to put all that electric race day energy into words, but we thought it was time we captured at least a bit of that magic in a video. To the women running and the women we run
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Linda Epstein, a force of nature

Like a lot of us, Emily Margolis started running because she was watched someone she admired go running. In Margolis’ case, her aunt Linda Epstein ran A LOT. “From the time I was born – she was just always running,”
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