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DAVE MCGILLIVRAY COMPLETES HIS 47TH CONSECUTIVE B.A.A. BOSTON MARATHON AFTER HAVING OPEN-HEART, TRIPLE-BYPASS SURGERY ONLY SIX MONTHS AGO

DAVE MCGILLIVRAY COMPLETES HIS 47TH CONSECUTIVE B.A.A. BOSTON MARATHON AFTER HAVING OPEN-HEART, TRIPLE-BYPASS SURGERY ONLY SIX MONTHS AGO

RUNNING USA

BOSTON — Renowned race director and endurance athlete Dave McGillivray finished his 47th consecutive B.A.A. Boston Marathon at 9:45pm after having open-heart, triple bypass surgery only six months ago.

McGillivray was joined by 15 other running friends, including eight who ran the 2018 World Marathon Challenge with him.

DAVE MCGILLIVRAY TO ATTEMPT HIS 47TH CONSECUTIVE B.A.A. BOSTON MARATHON AFTER HAVING OPEN-HEART, TRIPLE-BYPASS SURGERY ONLY SIX MONTHS AGO

DAVE MCGILLIVRAY TO ATTEMPT HIS 47TH CONSECUTIVE B.A.A. BOSTON MARATHON AFTER HAVING OPEN-HEART, TRIPLE-BYPASS SURGERY ONLY SIX MONTHS AGO

RUNNING USA | BENZINGA | CISION

BOSTON – Renowned race director and endurance athlete Dave McGillivray will attempt to run the 123rd B.A.A. Boston Marathon just six months after undergoing open-heart, triple-bypass surgery on October 12, 2018. This will be McGillivray’s 47th consecutive running of the world-famous marathon, of which he is race director. McGillivray will make his attempt after completing his official race day duties.

INSIDE THE MIND OF BOSTON MARATHON RACE DIRECTOR DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

INSIDE THE MIND OF BOSTON MARATHON RACE DIRECTOR DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

THE BOSTON GLOBE

Boston Marathon race director Dave McGillivray, 62, has run more than 150,000 miles and 145 marathons, including the last 44 Boston Marathons.

FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DAVE MCGILLIVRAY

THE BOSTON GLOBE

He has run 144 marathons, logged 150,000 miles in running shoes, and has competed in nine Ironman triathlons. At 62, Dave McGillivray also has been race director of the Boston Marathon for 29 years and is owner of DMSE Sports Inc., a firm that manages sports events and charity races across the country, from the Falmouth Road Race to the Walk for Hunger.

MCGILLIVRAY HONORED

MCGILLIVRAY HONORED

RUNNER’S WORLD

Manny Ramirez may be gone, but another Boston legend will make a triumphant return to Fenway Park tonight. 

Dave McGillivray, the long-time race director of the Boston Marathon, who last year was tapped by Runner's World's as a Hero of Running, will be honored this evening by The Jimmy Fund prior to the Red Sox game against the Texas Rangers.