123rd Boston Marathon, Patriots’ Day, April 15, 2019

HMC Mission:
The Hopkinton Marathon Committee works with the B.A.A. to ensure the start of the annual Boston Marathon is an exciting, successful and safe event for all.

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HMC proudly salutes the Hopkinton Police Department today on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We hope everyone takes a moment to say Thank You to the men and women of HPD that keep our great community safe.
THANK YOU HPD!!!! 👮‍♂️👮‍♀️


Kudos to Hopkinton & Ashland XC teams for Running the Football 🏈🏈🏈 on a very chilly Thanksgiving Day tomorrow. At least it's all down hill this year. 😂 Go Hillers....🏈!!!

Awesome update Dave! We are all thinking of you and wishing for your speedy recovery. You look great!👍🙂

#RegistrationOpeningDay for 2019 Boston Marathon!! At 10am ET, we will begin to accept submissions for those athletes who have a qualifying time of 20 minutes or more under their respective standard. Learn more and find out when it's your turn to submit: https://t.co/D5arnEvOWo

At HMC Dinner, Rep. Carolyn Dykema recognized Jack LeDuc on his retirement from painting the starting line after 32 years.

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The legendary Boston Marathon course follows a point-to-point route from Hopkinton to Boston, and is certified per the guidelines set forth by the IAAF and USA Track and Field.

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122nd Boston Marathon, Patriots’ Day, April 16, 2018

Start Time:     Division:
8:40 AM Mobility Impaired
9:02 AM Men’s Push-Rim Wheelchair
9:04 AM Women’s Push-Rim Wheelchair
9:25AM Handcycles & Duos
9:32 AM Elite Women
9:40 AM Military Relay
10:00 AM Elite Men & Wave One
10:25 AM Wave Two
10:50 AM Wave Three
11:15 AM Wave Four

2018 Boston Marathon Field Size:  30,000

We were saddened to learn that Retired Hopkinton Fire Chief Rick MacMillan passed away January 22, 2018. An Official Starter for the 2016 Boston Marathon, his love of the marathon dated back to his childhood. For years he opened his home to the Lead Vehicle Team on race morning. In addition to his duties with the HFD and volunteer work for the marathon, he served as an Election Warden for years. We will sorely miss him!

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