For 26.2 gruelling miles through the streets of Boston, some 30,000 runners took to the streets for the world's oldest marathon, uniting not just a city but a worldwide community of runners. For the second year running, winners were fuelled by Australian Merino wool.
Congratulations to all who won their race at Boston and especially to the We Wool Win three, who did it for far more than themselves.
The winners' wool t-shirt
THE WE WOOL WIN TEAM
She's on her 6th marathon for charity this year, and she trains in wool for its breathability. There's no overheating anymore. Running the 6 Abbott World Marathon Majors within 12 months, Judy's raising money for charity, with Boston proceeds going to Team For Kids.
Watch Judy's story below.
She runs to feel strong, coaches to share strength with other women and trains in wool - because weather can't stop her. Running the Boston marathon on behalf of adidas Women - she's a global ambassador - and adidas Runners, Jessie dedicates her life to creating a movement-based approach to wellness.
Watch Jessie's story below.
He runs for his father and Team Fox. And he trains in wool to keep him dry on the hunt for the better mile just ahead. Raising money for Parkinson's research after his father was diagnosed, Anka plans to write the name of every person who donates on the Team Fox shirt and give the shirt to his father in Boston.
Watch Anka's story below.
WOOL FOR WORKOUTS
Easy to care for
adidas Women's Running Primeknit Wool Cru Tee
Smartwool Women's Seamless Racerback Bra
Aclima Women's WarmWool Mock Neck
Sweaty Betty Breeze Merino Run Tank
Aclima Lightwool Headband
ZEALWOOD No Show Unisex Merino Socks
XTM Performance Merino Gloves
APL Men's The Perfect Wool Running Short Charcoal
Aclima Doublewool Polo Shirt Zip
APL Techloom Breeze sneakers