Posts Tagged ‘Boston Marathon’

BQ365: Week 1


by Brian Kim, MD | kim@myhousecallmd.com

BQ – two letters that have become the ultimate goal in racing; an obsession that weighs in the minds of countless runners, but is realized by few. For some, it’s a check box on a lifetime bucket list. For others, it’s a tangible benchmark between the anonymity of “marathon finisher” and the impossibility of Olympic gold. Whatever the motive, the Boston Qualifier (the time standard to qualify for the Boston Marathon) has become lore during the decades long boom that has democratized marathon running to welcome (whether you like it or not) finishers like Oprah (4:29:20), P. Diddy (4:14:54), Lance Armstrong (an EPO-boosted 2:59:36), Paul Ryan (also “two hour and fifty-something,” or actually, 4:01:25), and probably even your mom or weird uncle. Read the rest of this entry →

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02 2013

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