How long will the Half Marathon course be open and at what time will timing stop?
I am a runner interested in joining a Boston Marathon official charity team. How can I apply?
Is medical support available along the Boston Marathon course? How about the finish area?
American Red Cross Aid Stations providing first aid/medical support are located approximately every mile along the race course, including one at the start. Medical areas will be set up to provide medical support at the finish area.
Will photographs be taken along the course and at the finish of the Boston Marathon, and how can I order these pictures?
Will photographs be taken along the Half Marathon course and at the finish, and how can I order these pictures?
How do I get involved with the B.A.A. 10K?
The B.A.A. 10K is on Sunday, June 23, 2013.
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I’ve had a name change since qualifying or registering for the Boston Marathon. How should I register? How do I update my registration?
Please register using the name that you qualified with. Upon confirmation of acceptance, please send proof of your name change (ie: copy of marriage certificate) to the Registration Office via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (508-435-6590) and we will update it for you. If it’s a case of a divorce, we ask for a copy of the name change portion of the divorce decree. We can also take a copy of old and new driver’s license.
Any recommendations on how to meet up with my family after I finish the Boston Marathon?
How are team results calculated in the Half Marathon?
How do I get party tickets to the pre-race or post-race parties?
A complimentary ticket is included with your bib number packet. A limited number of additional tickets for both the pre-race dinner and post-race party may be purchased at the “Party Tickets” Booth when you pick up your number. Tickets will NOT be available for sale on site at either event.
1966 - Bobbi Gibb
In 1966, Bobbi Gibb was the first female to run the Boston Marathon.