The BBC reports that the Chinese Athletic Association (CAA) has banned three runners from competing in any future races after claiming they cheated during last Monday's Boston Marathon. One runner was accused of giving his/her bib to another runner while the two others allegedly used faked race results in order to qualify for this year's race. Read more.
The Joy of Sox updates the count of players who have better things to do than pose for photos with Dear Leader.
Pat Tomaino and friend showed some Boston-area love for runners on Beacon Street today.
Paint the World watched women's Marathon winner Worknesh Degefa race by BC with nobody close to her.
In contrast to Degefa, the men's leaders at that point were all bunched together: Read more.
617 Images got an early view of the Marathon finish line this morning.
WCVB reports Rob Gronkowski is hanging up his cleats for good.
Melissa Buja of NBC10 Boston reports on my actual friggin dream come true, like, WHAT IN THE ACTUAL FRIG, THEY MADE DUNX-THEMED KICKS, YO THEY DID THAT
Two Massachusetts companies are once again teaming up ahead of the 2019 Boston Marathon in hopes of "keeping Bostonians running." Canton-based Dunkin' [Donuts] and Waltham-based Saucony have released their limited-edition Saucony x Dunkin’ [Donuts] Kinvara 10.
Al Horford of the Celtics showed up at the K Street fire station in South Boston with some Dunkin' Donuts coffee and donuts to hang out with the firefighters and play some horse today. Eileen Murphy was there. Read more.
NEW: Cindy Yang, the founder of the Florida spa where Bob Kraft was busted for soliciting prostitution, wasn’t just posing for selfies with members of Trumpworld. She's been selling Chinese business executives access to Trump and his family at Mar-a-Lagohttps://t.co/zUCFhK1B8h pic.twitter.com/Vf2ZYmIzHH
— Daniel Schulman (@DanielSchulman) March 9, 2019
Apparently so, although possibly not intentionally.
Emerson Today reports most of the Portland Trail Blazers, in town to face the Celtics tonight, got trapped in an elevator at Emerson for 30 minutes yesterday, on their way to practice at the school's Max Mutchnick Campus Center
NBC Boston reports on the charge against Robert Kraft.
Cafardo died today while at the Sox training camp in Florida, the Globe reports.
Yes, James Aloisi goes there.
Construction workers took a break from rehabbing Emerson College's Little Building to watch the Patriots make the turn from Boylston Street onto Tremont Street.
Michael Ratty captured Gronk being Gronk: Read more.
Boston Police post details of the Tuesday Patriots parade, along with helpful hints that basically boil down to: Don't be a knucklehead.
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