Boston Marathon


Having grown up in the Boston area, I always dreamed of doing the Boston Marathon. I trained for it in 2007 to get back on my feet after breast cancer, but was waylaid by a second bout of colon cancer.  In 2014, I was inspired by the survivors of the bombing and trained for a year to run. I will never forget rounding the corner onto Boylston Street, and seeing how far away the finish line was! Luckily, my friends were right at that corner and I knew my family was behind that line, so I counted it out 10 steps at a time, an eternity, and then it was over. Look for some famous marathon runners in the crowd: Joan Benoit, Shalane Flanagan, Bill Hunt, Ibriham Hussein, Meb Keflezighi, Nina Kuscsik (with seven women who first ran officially in 1972) Sharon Rahn, Fatuma Roba, Bill Rodgers, Sharon Rahn, and Kathy Switzer (in 1967 she competed with number 261 even though it was against the rules).  And I am in there too.

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