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We humbly request Spencer the dog to cheer us on at all future events

Running a marathon in bad weather conditions? You could use a little support from Spencer. Competitors faced terrible weather at the Boston Marathon on Monday, with freezing rains and wind making for a tricky day. SEE ALSO: These service dogs in training spent a day at Disneyland and it’s the most wholesome thing ever One...CONTINUE READING
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First American woman wins Boston Marathon since 1985

The 2018 Boston Marathon took place on Monday and 34-year-old runner Desiree Linden became the first American to win the women’s race in 33 years. Linden, who represented the United States in both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, endured the rain and cold Boston temperatures to take the history-making victory, the first for an American...CONTINUE READING
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How advertisers target female runners like those in the Boston Marathon

On an April morning in 1967, Kathrine Switzer ate a late breakfast of bacon, eggs, pancakes, and toast. The Boston Marathon wasn’t due to begin until noon, so she had plenty of time to get to the starting line. When the time came, she pinned the number 261 to her chest and started running through...CONTINUE READING
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Trans women will be able to compete as women for the Boston Marathon. Period.

In a dramatic defeat to the biggest trolls on the internet, the Boston marathon has announced that transgender runners will be able to compete on Monday, April 16, as their self-identified gender.  The policy isn’t new. According to the Boston Athletic Association, the race has had the policy in place for years. What is new...CONTINUE READING
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The 2018 Boston Marathon will help feed hundreds of malnourished children

As the 2018 Boston Marathon approaches, UNICEF is working to ensure this year’s run has a widespread global impact. UNICEF USA’s Kid Power program is partnering with the marathon’s sponsor, the financial services company John Hancock, to transform the steps of every single runner (approximately 30,000 people) into support for nutrition aid around the world....CONTINUE READING
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