Saturday, April 16, 2016

Twins Run Boston Marathon

Leah has finished the Boston Marathon three times while Malinda has cheered. Leah finished her 1st in 2013, 2nd in 2014 and 3rd in 2015. Leah qualified for the 2017 Boston Marathon at the 2015 Chicago Marathon. Unfortunately, Malinda failed her 10th attempt to BQ at the Rock 'n' Roll DC Marathon. Malinda has one last chance to BQ at the Rivanna Greenbelt Marathon on Saturday, September 10. We hope that twins run Boston 2017 together!

The Scream Tunnel Sign by Wellesley's Munger Hall
Any twin(s) or parent(s) of twins running Boston on Monday? We'd love to cheer any twins that run in your family so let us know in the comments!

Stories of twins and parents of twins running 2016 Boston Marathon
(Updated April 18, 2016)

Running for her twin: Andover woman runs Boston Marathon for sister lost to suicide

Miliotis will run the Boston Marathon in memory of her late twin sister, Alex, who died of cancer in 2002

2016 Boston Marathon: Medical Assistant supports the institution that allowed her to run

Gardiner twins hope to cross Boston Marathon finish line side-by-side

Parents Run Marathon in Daughter's Memory

Mother Running Boston Marathon in Memory of Her Twins

First Time Boston Marathon Runners Ready to Compete

Mother Diagnosed With MS Trains For First Boston Marathon

Boston Marathon: Deb Tully raises money for American Liver Foundation

East Lansing woman eyes Boston to complete marathon feat

Terzah Becker's 'BQ' finally nets her Boston Marathon bib

Meet a Marathoner: Holbrook's Gamere jumps from the crowd to the pack

Marathon Runners Support Wellesley Education Foundation

Faces of the Boston Marathon team

Nash Ream: San Francisco consultant returns to Boston to continue family's running legacy

Boston Marathon Runners Share Advice and Inspiration

Twins ran 2016 B.A.A. Invitation Mile
(Updated April 18, 2016)

Wellesley High’s D’Anieri twins destroy BAA Invitational Mile field

Stories of twins and parents of twins running 2015 Boston Marathon

Otsego twins take Boston Marathon in stride, finish race together

Seeing double at the Boston Marathon

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