Boston Marathon Bombing survivor, Adrianne Haslet, was not pleased when she went to see the memorial the city put up on April 15 — because it was placed in the complete wrong spot. So, she went OFF on Boston in an Instagram rant, which you can watch right here.
The Boston Marathon winners are in, and Geoffrey Kirui took the title for the men on April 17! The athlete outran thousands of participants in the annual event, and now, everyone wants to know more about him! Check out five quick facts about Geoffrey, right here!
What a race! The 121st running of the Boston Marathon took place on April 17, and while thousands competed in the race, there could only be two possible winners. Found out who came out on top in both the men and women’s groups!
Race day is here! Thousands of people will run 26.2 miles through Boston on April 17 for the 121st Boston Marathon, and you can follow along with everything that goes down by watching a live stream of the event right here.
It was another pulsating Boston Marathon on Apr. 18, with over 30,000 competitors aiming to complete 26.2 grueling miles in the big race. But who came out on top in the men’s and women’s groups? Find out the winners right here!
What a race! The Boston Marathon was thrilling this year, with over 30,000 runners jostling to be number one in the pack in both the men’s and women’s groups. It kept us guessing all the way till the end who was going to win, but now we know! Click down to see the winners!
Ready, set, GO! The Boston Marathon is back at it again, winding through Beantown for 26.2 arduous miles. On April 18th, watch every runner at every mile on the live stream here!
The first wave of elite men in the Boston Marathon will begin the race at 10:00am EST and three more waves will stagger onto the course in 25 minute increments. But the action actually starts earlier with the mobility impaired participants starting at 8:50am. Runners must qualify well in advanced for the annual, challenging competition. Marathons are pretty long races and because this one in particular is so difficult to earn admittance to, maybe the best bet is to enjoy the action from your couch. Stay at home and watch every strider online here!
The prestigious Boston Marathon gets underway on Apr. 18, as the world’s greatest long-distance runners compete in the ultimate test of endurance over 26.2 miles. But what time does the race start and how can you watch it? Let us fill the blanks in for you here!
Runners from all over the globe will be taking part in the Boston Marathon on Apr. 18. It’s one of the biggest events on the US sporting calendar, with tens of thousands competing and hundreds of thousands of spectators cheering them on! But how can you watch it? Click down to read everything you need to know!
It’s one of America’s most cherished sporting events and it happens on Apr. 18! The Boston Marathon will attract tens of thousands of participants as runners from all over the world compete to pass the finish line first. But what do you know about the race? Click to find out some cool facts!
The Boston Marathon gets underway on Apr. 18, as tens of thousands of runners take part in the ultimate test of endurance by running 26 miles through the streets of Bean Town. It’s always a fascinating race, and despite the horrific terrorist attack of 2013, will still draw a HUGE crowd of spectators. But did you know it’s the biggest marathon in the world? You didn’t? Well, click down for some fascinating facts!
The jury has found Boston Marathon Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, GUILTY on all 30 counts for his role in the horrific 2013 terrorist attack — including the murder of 10-year-old Martin Richard.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 21, has been found guilty for all 30 counts he was charged with in the 2013 attack on the Boston Marathon. His actions left 4 people dead — Krystle Campbell, Martin Richard, Sean Collier, and Lingzi Lu — as well as 264 people injured. The verdict arrived just one day after the jury began deliberations on April 7 over whether or not Dzhokhar was responsible for the deadly terrorist attack.
The city of Boston came together on April 21, for an emotional day, the Boston Marathon. Runners and bystanders bowed their heads before the race began to remember those lives lost in last year’s horrific Boston Marathon bombings.
It was a day of remembrance for all Bostonians when they headed to the finish line on Boylston Street, where the bombs went off in 2013. “America The Beautiful” played over the finish line while a moment of silence was observed. 36,000 runners registered for the 26.2 mile race. Families and friends of loved ones who were killed or injured in the attacks attended, while others who competed last year choose to take part in it again.
On April 21, 2014, runners hit the start line in Hopkinton, Massachusetts for the 118th Boston Marathon. Watch the live stream of the race here.
A year after the tragedy at Boston took place in 2013, about 36,000 runners headed to the starting line for the 2014 Boston Marathon at 9:30 EST on April 21. Runners and bystanders gathered close together remembering the horrifying events from the previous year, paying tribute to those who were lost, and celebrating the lives saved by running once again in the huge marathon.
The country was shaken to its core when two bombs exploded at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring an estimated 264 more. Now exactly one year later, some who were hurt in the explosions returning to the finish line after long, emotional rehabs, both mental and physical.
The perseverance of the victims of the 2013 Boston bombings were a source of inspiration just days after the tragic explosions and now, one year later, their strength and courage in the face of injuries — most of them serious — continues to fill the entire country with hope and warmth. Now as the emotions overflow on April 15, the day of the 2014 Boston Marathon, find out what many of these inspiring survivors — from Jane Richard to Nicole Gross — are up to.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev plead not guilty to 30 charges at his first court appearance, where he shockingly was seen smiling and blowing kisses at his family during his trial. Are you horrified by his behavior?
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev plead not guilty when he was arraigned on July 10 for the April 15 attacks on the Boston Marathon, and he shocked witnesses who were present in the court. During his short trial, Dzhokhar was “smirking,” blowing kisses to his family, and appeared to be smiling. How awful.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived for his first appearance in federal court in a white van. He will face 30 charges, as well as the family members of those who died in the tragic attacks.
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived for his first court appearance in Boston in a plain white van, accompanied by a motorcade to keep him safe. The bombing suspect will be arraigned on July 10 for the April 15 attacks on the Boston Marathon.
In moments of sheer terror and bloodshed during the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, one couple received life-changing news at the hospital after being severely injured — they were pregnant with their first child, months after trying to conceive. They revealed the good news on Father’s Day weekend.
Caroline Reinsch, 39, and Christian Williams, 41, were at the finish line of the Boston Marathon to cheer on a friend when two bombs exploded, injuring more than 200 innocent people and killing three. Both Caroline and Christian suffered serious leg injuries in the blasts, but news of their pregnancy and new baby replaced their fears and sadness with pure joy.