Boston Marathon Report - A bandit's take

Monday, April 17, 2006


Enroute to the start

the marathon starts in two waves this year. 1200 and 1230. The unqualified runners, usually numbering about 2000 plus, start at the end of the second wave. Given the total number of runners, probably won't cross the start line until about 1245.

No traffic is allowed into hopkington, the town where the race starts. If you are an unofficial runner, you have to find someone to drop you off on the side of the expressway and its about a mile hike in to the center of town. My wife is driving me in right now ... Not sure she is happy about it.
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