2021 BAA Boston Marathon... Join the Boston Bulldogs Team!
- If you are interested in joining the virtual team, 70,000 registered bibs became available on March 30. Here's how to join the Virtual Boston Bulldogs Team:
- Email us to let us know you want to join the Boston Bulldogs Team!
- Fundraising commitment is $1500 per runner this year. We'll help you to build a fundraising page to let your friends and family know you're running for the Bulldogs!
- Train with the Boston Bulldogs team and we'll share training plans and more! We'll help you reach the finish line!
The 6th annual Run for Recovery & Tribute was held virtually for the second year in a row
Friday, May 14 through Sunday, May 16, 2021 with 744 registered runners ranging from age 10 to 77. The weekend kicked off Friday morning with Boston Bulldogs members snapping pictures and tagging on social media. All weekend long, teams ran and walked together with friends, family, children, coworkers, and pets. We paid tribute to those lost to addiction and their families and friends, this year we honored the memory of Sean Staunton with a moving tribute from his family.
Congratulations to all the 2021 finishers.
You can still check out the Community Festival and Tribute!
The 2021 Run for Recovery & Tribute was a success by every measure.
Thank you to 744 registered runners (including 48 teams),
the 2021 Race Sponsors, Festival participants, and Tribute families.
Special thanks to the many restaurants, wellness programs and local businesses - and to the Red Sox and Celtics organizations who donated prizes for this year’s event. Also, a shout out to NESN and this year’s Grand Marshals, hosts of How Was Your Run Today podcast, Peter Villa and Bryan Gould for promoting the race and to race director extraordinaire Anne Marie Winchester/South Shore Race Management for her guidance and support.
We look forward to an in-person race in 2022 and a return to Franklin Park in Boston.
See you in Franklin Park in 2022!!!
A few pictures from the 2021 Run for Recovery & Tribute posted on the results page.
Runner's World UK
Running to Redemption: How Running Rewires Us
Check out the June 2021 issue of Runner's World UK.
The article "Running to Redemption: How Running Rewires Us," focuses on the mental and physical health benefits of exercise. Coach Mike Ferullo is interviewed and shares his experience with addiction, and paying it forward with the Boston Bulldogs.
You can read the full article here.
Weekly Run Alerts/ Announcements
Boston Bulldogs Newsletter:
Check out the latest Spring 2021 issue of the Boston Bulldogs Newsletter
Check it out!
Boston Bulldogs in Runners World
Boston Bulldogs featured in Sparking Life (below)