Getting to the Boston Marathon may be a long road, but finding the finish line makes it all worthwhile. As our runners round the corner on their 26 day journey, the finish becomes easier to visualize. The moment itself will undoubtedly be very personal for each of our runners, but we wondered, “What if there was a very public spotlight on them?” So we asked, if they were to be featured in the news the day after the race, what would the caption say?
Here are some highlights from the Find Your Finish Line team with their own photo captions for the day after the race.
Chinh Le of San Francisco, CA shows his fun side as he airplanes across the finish line and then raises his hands in applause to show appreciation to the boisterous Boston crowd. [Chinh]
Local Ashburn Mom crosses the finish line of the Boston Marathon. She has had quite a journey to get to this moment. [Donna]
DiNuzzo named Handsomest Boston Marathon Finisher!!! – Mario Lopez shocked [Louie]
Just an ordinary Mom who had a dream of running in the Boston Marathon. One day she decided to make that dream a reality, so she set a goal, and today made it happen. [Meghan]
New England native Matt Fitzgerald, now a California-based endurance coach and author, told reporters he “got a monkey off my back” with a strong performance in Monday’s Boston Marathon after having been reduced to walking long stretches of his first attempt at the race in 2009. [Matt]
Robbins executes plan to perfection in completing Boston Marathon. He said, “It was a perfect day for my dream of completing the Boston Marathon to come true!” [Robin]
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