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It could be argued that during the past 110 years, more things have stayed the same with the B.A.A. Boston Marathon than have changed. Tradition is a very important asset of this venerable race. However, as time changes, so do many of the objectives, conditions and issues surrounding an event of this magnitude.
Reebok Boston Indoor Games Photo Album
Cool Running’s photographer Jim Rhoades caught all the action at this year's Reebok Boston Indoor Games. Check out his photo album of the world's best men and women track stars.
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Obesity—It Affects All Runners
Runners are not immune to this epidemic, a dangerous trend for us all. But running programs can help—and we must demand better.
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Hey BAA: Better Early Than Late
Any news from the Boston Marathon creates a certain level of buzz, but the latest announcement that the 2006 field will be split into two waves—to start at Noon and 12:30 p.m respectively—has not exactly been met with shouts of joy.
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