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4:09:43 Boston 2013

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Bombs on Boylston Street

The explosions that on April 15, 2013 rocked the Boston Marathon changed the course of the sport forever. Now Runner's World Contributing Editor Hal Higdon presents the first book on this iconic event, describing Boston 2013 through the eyes of those who ran the race, their stories gathered from the Social Network. You can purchase an autographed copy of 4:09:43: Boston 2013 Through the Eyes of the Runners by clicking here.

 

Interactive Apps: Download Hal Higdon's new app into your iPhone or Droid.

Discuss Your Training: Join Hal and other runners in the TrainingPeaks online forums.

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Join Hal on Facebook: Hal Higdon manages a fan page, Hal Higdon's Marathon

Marathon: A Novel:  Now available on Kindle

Virtual Training: Hal's Interactive training programs through TrainingPeaks.com

Q&A with Hal Higdon: Hal answers common questions on TrainingPeaks.

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  • higdonmarathon's avatar
    @higdonmarathon In a #marathon, does every step need to be a #running step? No! Don't listen to elitists who say so. You define the rules for finishing 26.2 about 3 hours ago
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    @higdonmarathon Consistency rocks! You need not need maintain continuous peak condition, but settle on a consistent level to maintain 12 months of the year. about a day ago