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Introducing the 2022 Field of Elite Athletes!

Talented field heading to Saturday’s race We are thrilled to introduce the field of elite athletes competing in this year’s race. Athletes representing three countries and various training groups across the US will descend on Boston Common, with five-time race
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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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