EXCLUSIVE: Lionsgate’s Boston Marathon bombing drama Stronger continues to build up its cast, with Flaked actress Frankie Shaw signing on in the role of “Gail”. Based on the nonfiction bestseller of the same name by Jeff Bauman and Bret...Show More Summary
Just six days after the 2016 Boston Marathon, I had the great pleasure of joining 4,000 runners for the 31st running of the Big Sur Marathon near Carmel, CA. This was the second leg in the Boston 2 Big Sur Challenge (B2B), one of my favorite road marathon doubles that combines two marathons on two coasts in just six days. Show More Summary
Jake Gyllenhaal gets into character while filming an outdoor scene for his upcoming movie Stronger on Wednesday (April 27) in Easton, Mass. The 35-year-old actor is in the process of shooting the new movie about a Boston Marathon bombing survivor’s recovery, based on the book by survivor Jeff Bauman. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
Here’s the official winner of last week’s Boston Marathon, Lemi Berhanu Hayle of Ethiopia. Bennett Beach of the D.C. area didn’t win but was a record-setter. (Greg M. Cooper-USA Today Sports) Last week Lemi Berhanu Hayle of Ethiopia, whom you see above, won the Boston Marathon, which was being run for the 120 th time. Show More Summary
Despite what several major-media organisations may have reported in recent months, the first astronaut to run a marathon in space was Sunita Williams. She ran the Boston Marathon in 2007 onboard the International Space Station.The Telegraph...Show More Summary
Seventy-two year old marathon runner and cancer survivor Fran Drozdz is proof that even if you place dead last in a race, you can still be #winning. She started her run in Monday's Boston Marathon at 11:30 a.m. Fran was on the course for more than nine hours ending her race at 8:45 p.m. Show More Summary
By the time Fran Drozdz, a 72-year-old cancer survivor, crossed the Boston Marathon finish line, workers and cleaning crews were already disassembling the grandstand. It took her over nine hours to complete the 26.2 mile long race, and her husband said he was so worried about her that he had the police out looking for her. Show More Summary
Of the 27,487 runners who traversed the city of Boston this year for the marathon, 39 were visually impaired. Running a marathon blind can be terrifying: Hordes of runners are bolting toward you, crowds scream from the sidelines, and you have no idea if you're about to crash into someone ahead of you. Show More Summary
When she was 19, Jami Marseilles had to have both her legs amputated because of frostbite. But she hasn't let that stop her. Twenty-eight years later, Jami has become the first female double amputee to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon.
Streak running can make you do stupid things. Once you have mentally decided you are going to try to do a race X amount of times, you often find yourself making questionable choices along the way. Not quite “streaking” bad choices (that’s when you go naked), but bad choices nonetheless. Show More Summary
“I do think that we can find some ways to bounce back and have good come out of so much evil.”
Your browser does not support iframes. On April 15, 2013, terror attacks during the Boston Marathon left three people dead, and over 200 people injured. Three years later, to commemorate the anniversaries and celebrate the city's perseverance, the Boston Red Sox brought bombing survivor Jeff Bauman... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jake Gyllenhaal
Pretty big opportunity for ex-NHLer-turned-actor Sean Avery... who says he just locked up a role in Mark Wahlberg's new movie about the Boston Marathon bombings. Avery posted a pic of himself in a Watertown PD uniform... just days after…
Press Release, Wayne Law Dean Completes Boston Marathon 8 Months Pregnant: Jocelyn Benson, dean of Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, today became one of only a handful of women in history to complete the Boston Marathon in her eighth month of pregnancy. Benson, 38, of Detroit completed the...
For two of the 30,000 or so runners, crossing the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday was unimaginably emotional. Patrick Downes and Adrianne Haslet-Davis were the first two survivors of the 2013 bombings to complete the 26.2-mile race on prosthetic limbs. Downes crossed the Boyleston Street finish line first at 2:49 p.m., the moment […]
I Ran The Boston Marathon In A Lobste... Ever wonder why there's always a few runners at big marathons wearing a big dumb costume? It's for their father's respect. Submitted by: Ben Wietmarschen Regular Keywords: boston boston marathon marathon baa boston marathon boston marathon in costume 2016 boston marathon Views: 9
It's been a long journey to the finish line for Adrianne Haslet-Davis. After losing her lower left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings, Adrianne has spent the last three years focused on becoming her strongest self - inside and out - by adopting a never-give-up attitude. Show More Summary
The 120th Boston Marathon, held on Monday, was another race filled with powerful memories of what it means to be “Boston Strong.” Three years ago, the marathon was marked with bombings at the finish line, killing three civilians andShow More Summary
5:21 PM PT -- Adrianne just got a shout out from President Obama... who wrote: "Thank you, Adrianne, for being Boston Strong. Terror and bombs can't beat us. We carry on. We finish the race!" SHE DID IT!!! Adrianne Haslet has jus...