• Desi Linden Made History at the Boston Marathon - Even After Stopping For a Fellow Runner

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    It's been over three decades since an American woman has won the women's division of the Boston Marathon. On April 16, that all changed with Desiree Linden: the 34-year-old Olympic long-distance runner came in first with an unofficial time of 2:39:54. Lisa Larsen Weidenback was the last American woman to win the race in 1985. "I'm thrilled. I'm exhausted. I left it all out there," Linden told WBZ-TV. "It hurts right now, but it's a perfect day for me."
    Apart from making history, Linden also made headlines when she stopped for her fellow runner Shalane Flanagan during a bathroom break...
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  • Congratulations to the 2018 Winners of the Boston Marathon!

    Congratulations to the 2018 Winners of the Boston Marathon!

    4 days ago - By PopSugar

    Wave 1 is off! Good luck runners! Boston2018 pic.twitter.com/uDp1ZC6U8D
    - Boston Marathon April 16, 2018
    Cold rains and heavy winds are far from ideal marathon conditions , but the runners of the 2018 Boston Marathon persisted, and they all deserve serious praise. As the elite runners of Boston got their starts in Hopkinton, MA, trenching through the city for the 122nd annual race, emotions ran deep, but the winners ran faster.
    Women's Race
    Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon since 1985! In her first World Marathon Majors win, Desiree closely passed...
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