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Caroline Rotich Returns to Boston

Headlining the professional field in this Sunday's B.A.A. Half Marathon are this year’s Boston Marathon champion Caroline Rotich, as well as two-time defending B.A.A. Distance Medley victor Stephen Sambu.
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New Parking Location for 2015 B.A.A. Half Marathon

Parking will be available at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (415 Summer Street, Boston). A free shuttle service will take you to the start at Franklin Park and back after the race. In addition, other shuttles will be available at Forest Hills and JFK/UMASS MBTA stops.

AT&T Athlete Alerts

AT&T and the Boston Athletic Association are proud to once again bring you the AT&T Athlete Alerts for the B.A.A. Half Marathon.

B.A.A. Half Marathon Participant Information

2015 B.A.A. Half Marathon pre-race information is now available. Transportation, timing, gear check and more!
B.A.A. Half Marathon Community Awareness

As we prepare for this year’s race along the Emerald Necklace park system in Boston and Brookline, we would like to share some important details with you, including information on the course and race-related road closures:
B.A.A. Half Marathon Course Map

The 13.1-mile, rolling course is an out-and-back route that runs along the Emerald Necklace park system.

Youth Races at B.A.A. Half Marathon

Get your kids running at the B.A.A. Half Marathon in non-competitive races designed just for them! All participants will receive a race bib and finishers medal. Races will take place on The Playstead.
B.A.A. Half Marathon Clinic Series

The Boston Athletic Association is proud to offer the B.A.A. Half Marathon Clinic Series. These events are free and open to all B.A.A. Half Marathon entrants and their guests.
B.A.A. Moment 3

1966 - Bobbi Gibb

Although not an official entrant, Roberta “Bobbi” Gibb became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon. Joining the starting field shortly after the gun had been fired, Gibb finished the race in 3:21:40 to place 126th overall. Gibb again claimed the “unofficial” title in 1967 and 1968.