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AUDIO: BOSTON HERALD RADIO—HEALTHY HUB EPISODE 2

AUDIO: BOSTON HERALD RADIO—HEALTHY HUB EPISODE 2

BOSTON HERALD RADIO

Boston Herald Radio's "Healthy Hub" podcast w/ Rick Sobey. This week, Boston Marathon race director Dave McGillivray joins to talk Boston Marathon, his 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents & much more.

VIDEO: WEB EXTRA — DAVE MCGILLIVRAY ON STRATEGY FOR REACHING GOALS FOR 40 YEARS

VIDEO: WEB EXTRA — DAVE MCGILLIVRAY ON STRATEGY FOR REACHING GOALS FOR 40 YEARS

WBZ CBS BOSTON

Boston Marathon race director Dave McGillivray ran across the country in 1978. He told WBZ's Lisa Hughes about the one personal strategy he's used for 40 years to reach his goals.

ADVICE FROM BOSTON MARATHON RACE DIRECTOR DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

ADVICE FROM BOSTON MARATHON RACE DIRECTOR DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

WOMEN'S RUNNING

Are you preparing to compete in your first Boston Marathon? Are you a veteran of the course, hoping for a personal best? Or do you aspire to one day snag an elusive BQ? If you answered yes to any of the above, then we implore you to keep reading.

ONCE A NICHE SPORT MARATHONING IS NOW BIG BUSINESS

ONCE A NICHE SPORT MARATHONING IS NOW BIG BUSINESS

THE BOSTON GLOBE

Passersby hurled beer cans and insults at Neil Weygandt during training runs. In the late 1960s, most people thought he was crazy for wanting to race 26.2 miles. But he liked the challenge and the camaraderie of running marathons. On Monday, Weygandt will run the Boston Marathon for the 44th consecutive year, the longest such streak. Since he started, the marathon has evolved in once-unimaginable ways. Streets cluttered with runners have replaced beer cans as obstacles.