Catch up on information you need to know about the upcoming Boston Marathon.
Over 35,000 Boston-area youth have been involved with B.A.A. community programs.
Check out some of the greatest moments with the B.A.A. in 2018.
COUNTDOWN TO 123RD BOSTON MARATHON
The B.A.A. provides year-round racing opportunities around the city of Boston.
Learn how you can you support your favorite athlete at a B.A.A. race.
B.A.A. volunteers support our races and transform each event with their enthusiastic efforts.
Catch up on all the latest news about the B.A.A. and Boston Marathon
The B.A.A. hosts training clinics for all levels. The free clinics are open to registered entrants of the races and their guests.
Through the B.A.A.'s commitment, nearly 35,000 Boston-area youth have experienced B.A.A. programs.
Not everyone can run a qualifying time, but perhaps there's a way to experience the Boston Marathon through the Official Charity Program.
From race registration to race results, keep up to date with the latest news and events from the B.A.A.
Youth & Community Programming
Through the B.A.A.'s commitment, nearly 35,000 Boston-area youth have experienced the inspiration and excitement of B.A.A. Youth Programs.
LIVE AN ACTIVE LIFE.
The B.A.A. was established in 1887 as a non-profit organization that promotes a healthy lifestyle through sports, especially running.
Support our races
B.A.A. events would not be possible without the hard work of our dedicated Volunteer Corps. Our volunteers are held to the highest standards, and at each event their work exceeds the expectations of athletes, race, staff, spectators, and community members.