Sights of the 118th Boston Marathon

We had a very successful weekend up in Boston.  Hell, everyone did.  Even if you ran poorly, you still had a very cathartic Patriot’s Day.  There was a lot of emotion in the crowd, the energy was high, and the race went off without a hitch.  Meb Keflezighi became the first American winner since before I was born.  Shalane Flanagan ripped through the first 30k before falling apart, but not before an American record on Boston.  Overall, just a spectacular weekend.

On top of that, TrainWithMarc had 3 ladies represent on the streets on Boylston.  Mallory came in first wit ha time of 3:39:07, Carly with a 3:40:53 and Allison with a 3:44:42.  I couldn’t be more proud of the effort they put in.  All coming from different points in their lives, with different goals, but all pulled together nicely to represent a small portion of the finishers supporting #BostonStrong.

And now… Some pictures from the weekend with more to follow throughout the week.


Expo: What is possible when we run together?
Remembering those who were lost in 2013.
Where does humanity live? Here. #BostonStrong
Ryan Hall solo around mile 18.
Shalane Flanagan and the leaders around mile 19.
Almost there runners! 40k into the race.

To run Boston like Mallory, Carly and Allison, contact Coach Marc or visit him on facebook or his website.


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