From Santa Fe To Boylston Street: How American Coach Ryan Bolton, An Olympic Triathlete, Helped Caroline Rotich Win The 2015 Boston Marathon
Desi Linden Talks About Her Chances For Victory, Amy Cragg Talks About Her Boston Marathon Preparation and Training with Molly Huddle
"The Benefactor" John Legere Offers Ben True & Molly Huddle An Extra $5,000 Each For American Records
Everything You Want to Know About the Boston Marathon Men's Pro Field From Friday Guaranteed
If you want to dominate your Boston office pool read this as we give you insight on just about everyone. Ritz is getting help from Greg Meyer and Hartmann, Tadese hopes to have figured out the marathon, Makau is ready, Tadese still looks great, not to mention Teg, Cabada and oh yeah a guy named Meb. Interviews and more.
Good News/Bad News For Desi And Shalane In Boston - Women's Press Recap
Mare Dibaba is ready to go; so is Buzenesh Deba and nearly everyone we spoke to. We break down the women's press day in terms of Good News/Bad News for the American women. And some words of wisdom: "Life is today. Tomorrow is a dream."
<strike>2016 Olympic Trials</strike> 2015 Boston Marathon American Women's Preview: Can Flanagan, Linden or Cragg End the American Drought?
It's been 30 years since an American woman won Boston. Can Shalane Flanagan, Desiree Linden or Amy (Hastings) Cragg follow in Meb's footsteps and take the laurel wreath? We break it down.
2015 Boston Marathon International Women's Preview
2014 Chicago champ Mare Dibaba leads the field, though she'll be challenged by fellow sub-2:20 woman Buzunesh Deba, who would have set a course record last year if not for drug cheat Rita Jeptoo. World junior record holder Shure Demise Ware and former champs Caroline Kilel and Sharon Cherop will also be on the start line.
2015 Boston Marathon American Men's Preview: Can Meb Keflezighi Shock The World Again?
For the first time in 31 years, an American enters Boston as the defending champion. If Meb can't repeat, can Ritz, Teg, Eggleston, Arciniaga, Cabada or anyone else from the US of A shock the world?
2015 Boston Marathon International Men's Preview: Which Of These Men Will Snap The American Win Streak At One?
2013 champ Lelisa Desisa and former world record holder Patrick Makau (2:03:38 PR) are the headliners, but there's depth behind them with five sub-2:05 men overall and five more sub-2:07 + HM world record holder Zersenay Tadese (58:23).
Four Thoughts On The 2015 Boston Marathon U.S. Elite Fields
We examine an Olympic Trials preview in the women's race and wonder whether Jeffrey Eggleston, Nick Arciniaga or Fernando Cabada can manage a breakthrough in Boston.
Meb Keflezighi, Shalane Flanagan Lead U.S. Elite Entries for 2015 Boston Marathon
Other top men include Dathan Ritzenhein (running his first marathon since 2013), Nick Arciniaga (7th at Boston last year), Jeffrey Eggleston (8th at Boston last year) and Fernando Cabada (coming off a 2:11:36 PR in Berlin). Desiree Linden (10th last year) and Amy Hastings (5th in Chicago last year; Boston debut) join Flanagan in the women's field.
Registration Open For 2015 Boston Marathon
Fastest qualifiers can register first.