More than 500 Minnesotans were in Boston, to run the marathon. And some of them started coming back home Tuesday morning.
Minnesotans are known for being active, so it’s no surprise that out of about 27 thousand runners at Monday’s Boston Marathon, 539 of those registered to run are from right here in Minnesota.
On March 18, 15-year-old Alec O’Connell was running with the Wayzata track team when he was hit by a bus near Plymouth Creek Elementary School.
Many runners are hitting the paths around city lakes for the first time since fall, and one clinic wants to make sure people learn how to prevent injuries before pounding the pavement.
Thousands of runners laced up their shoes Sunday morning for the 31st Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.
A man who appeared to win the Sioux Falls Marathon was disqualified for running the wrong course, but he said he was not trying to cheat.
The early spring weather means more people are out training. In fact, more people are running than ever before, and with the sport comes some pain and serious injuries.
As the snow melts and slender blades of green grass begin to shoot up through the patches of remaining snow and small buds sprout on trees, a new season is slowly ushered in. Finally, spring is arriving.
More than 19,000 runners are expected to compete in the 30th annual Twin Cities Marathon.
No matter how cold it gets, diehard runners will always train. So, this winter has been rough.