The general marshal of the 125th Boston Marathon is a frontline worker

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The frontline staff of the 125th Boston Marathon served as the coach



The Boston Marathon means everything to me. To be honest, this shows that the impossible is absolutely possible. The excitement is in the air. As if the world came alive again. This is great. A new layer of blue and gold paint is on the ground. We can’t wait until Monday. A golden wreath from Greece was dedicated to the 2021 winner of the Boston Marathon at the opening ceremony. The Boston Athletic Association honored those who changed the game over the past 125 years, including the marathon idol Dick Hoyt who passed away this year. Dad and I ran the Boston Marathon for 32 years. A new award is given in his name to those who make the sport more inclusive. His son Rick, his racing partner received via video. I feel particularly honored that our father was the first to win the prize. The organizers also recognized that those who bring diversity and representativeness to running, like a little girl who looks like me, can see me doing it outside. I think it also encourages her to know, well, I get it. I can also prepare for 26.2 in Dorchester like a runner like Christopher Vasquez roman, which is difficult. I have been blessed. Regardless of the shape or background, they are ready to cross the finish line. No matter what your background story is, you always have the opportunity to write the page the way you want it now. Many covid preventive measures are now in place. Runners must present a vaccination certificate or test negative for the new coronavirus. In addition, the field is much smaller. This year, only 18,000 in-person runners will take off on Monday. Although there is no need to wear masks during running, they will be required to wear masks during all race transportation.

The frontline staff of the 125th Boston Marathon served as the coach


On Monday, eight front-line workers will serve as the etiquette masters of the 125th Boston Marathon. The Boston Athletics Association announced on Saturday that first-line workers will drive the entire 26.2-mile course with five Boston Marathon champions on two Boston duck boats: Back Bay Bertha and Catie Copley. The eight generals are Meg Femino of Beth Israel Lahey Health; Martha Cagnaru of Spalding Rehabilitation Center; Loren Aiello of Boston Children’s Hospital; Eric Goralnick of Brigham and Women’s Hospital ); Christopher S. Lathan of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Mark Mullins of Tufts Medical Center; Anely Lopes of Boston Medical Center; and Susan Wilcox of Massachusetts General Hospital. The five Boston Marathon champions who joined the frontline workers are Meb Keflezighi, Sara Mae Berman, Bill Rodgers, Joan Benoit Samuelson and Jack Fultz. Hospitals from the John Hancock non-profit organization and BAA Charity Program.

On Monday, eight front-line staff will serve as the etiquette masters of the 125th Boston Marathon.

The Boston Athletic Association announced on Saturday that frontline workers will participate with five Boston Marathon champions and they will ride on two Boston duck boats: Back Bay Bertha and Katie Copley driving the entire 26.2-mile track.

The eight generals are Meg Femino of Beth Israel Lahey Health; Martha Cagnaru of Spalding Rehabilitation Center; Loren Aiello of Boston Children’s Hospital; Eric Goralnick of Brigham and Women’s Hospital ); Christopher S. Lathan of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Mark Mullins of Tufts Medical Center; Anely Lopes of Boston Medical Center; and Susan Wilcox of Massachusetts General Hospital.

The five Boston Marathon champions who joined the first-line workers are Meb Kevrezki, Sara May Berman, Bill Rogers, Joan Benoit Samuelson and Jack Fultz.

The first-line workers selected as the Grand Marshal were nominated by the John Hancock non-profit organization and BAA charity program hospitals.

Catie Copley duck boat

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“Katy Copley” Boston Duck Boat

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