More than 30,000 runners had signed up for the 2020 race, which was first postponed and then cancelled because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
About six months before the scheduled 19 April date, the Boston Athletic Association said it was postponing next year's race until "at least the fall of 2021"
US appeals court overturns Boston Marathon bomber’s death sentence; 'just don't understand', says victim's mother
The attacker will spend his remaining days in prison, with the only matter remaining being whether he will die by execution, a judge wrote in the ruling
The Boston Marathon, originally scheduled for 20 April, was initially postponed in March and rescheduled for 14 September
Coronavirus Outbreak: From Hopkinton to Boston, absence of marathons being seen and acutely felt in the US
Last month, as Americans began to isolate indoors and one sporting event after another was cancelled, the Boston Athletic Association sacrificed its spring start in the hopes of keeping its 124-year tradition alive.
The Boston Athletic Association, which oversees the marathon, had held off deciding the fate of the 20 April race even as other high-profile sporting events were cancelled or postponed around the globe.
Boston Marathon 2019: Lawrence Cherono sprints to victory in thrilling win; Worknesh Degefa claims women's title
But although Kiplagat steadily chipped away at Degefa's lead, narrowing the gap to around one minute with a couple of miles to go, Degefa never looked in danger of being overhauled
IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: Kenya's Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui clinches gold in men's marathon
Kirui, this season's Boston marathon winner, clocked 2:08:27 for gold, 1 minute 22 seconds ahead of Ethiopian rival Tamirat Tola
Laureus World Sports Awards, Best Sporting Moment August nominees: Kathrine Switzer's run for rights
One of the nominees for the Laureus Awards for 'Best Sporting Moment of the Year' is the inspiring tale of Kathrine Switzer, who became one of the most iconic leaders for women's rights movement all over the world in 1967 after she officially completed the then all-male Boston Marathon.
It’s not entirely clear how true to life the investigation represented in Patriot's Day is, but the execution is fairly thrilling as the massive manhunt for the terrorists kicks into gear.
Former Boston Marathon winner Lidiya Grigoryeva has been banned for two-and-a-half years years for doping.
Dawn comes misty and cold on the steep sides of the Nyaru escarpment as Kenya's Olympic men's marathon team begin their training run, a line-up of veteran athletes including a current lawmaker.
The film is written by Henry Hayes and Zolan Kanno-Youngs — classmates of Tsarnaev's at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
After covering 25 Boston Marathons, he knew the drill. He then hustled to the press area to edit these photos and transmit them to the world so he could hurry back to capture the unpredictable but always memorable next part of this carefree rite of spring.
After deliberating for 15 hours, the federal jury chose death by lethal injection for Tsarnaev, 21, over its only other option: life in prison without possibility of release.
Rebekah Gregory finished the Boston Marathon, two years after she lost a leg in the deadly attacks of bombing.
The trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can stay in Massachusetts, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Nearly 32,000 runners hit the streets in the first Boston Marathon since last year's deadly bombing, sending a powerful message of resilience amid heavy security that included a battery of surveillance cameras and police officers on rooftops.