A travel book for runners, the following guide documents sports history, shows interesting running routes and brings runners closer to Boston with recommendations from insiders.
The linen-bound book features a foil-wrapped envelope and a blindstamp with a glued-on photo featuring runner-up Victoria Barnaby in front of the Boston Strong slogan.
This charming city has romanticized running in the most beautiful way. The following pages inside this travel guide for runners offer a glimpse through the lens of locals; game-changer Katherine Switzer, who was the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon with a numbered entry; and also in conversation with Boston Marathon course holder Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya and 50-time Boston Marathoner Bennett Beach. Collectively, they’ve revealed how much Boston is a place where inspiration for running is rich beyond measure.