|A Handful of Boston Marathon Videos that Piqued our Interest|
|“Not just a race: an institution called the Boston Marathon…” Produced by students in the documentary workshop at Harvard University’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, this 26.2 minute film captures the 1964 race, including such marathon personalities as Erich Segal. Directors Robert Gardner and Joyce Chopra.|
|Here in the loud, energetic signature style of the Dropkick Murphys is “For Boston,” presented as a tribute to a proud, resilient city in the aftermath of the 2013 bombings. [“For Boston” is the traditional fight song of Boston College, written and composed by T.J. Hurley, Class of 1885. It is known as the oldest fight song in the United States.]|
|Michelle Lewis: “Run Run Run”
– A video to all the runners training for Boston, in Boston. Preparing to take back their marathon in 2014.
|Caitlin Egan of Milford Massachusetts [#14124 3:43:10 in 2014] demonstrates How you finish a marathon Boston REALLY Strong!!!|
|A silent 48 seconds of color film from the very late stages of the 1975 Boston Marathon. Bill Rodgers breezes by while working on a two minute lead over Tom Fleming and Steve Hoag (before Hoag moves to take second place at the finish). Plus England’s Ron Hill (5th place).|
|2014: Going for a new PR at the Wellesley Scream Tunnel. #9137, Jeffrey G. Mahar, Overland Park, Kansas|