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Participant Information: Clinic Series

Get the information you need to run your best race

We know there are many types of runners out there. That's why we have developed different clinics to help you prepare for the 2017 B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund. Each one of the clinics will have a unique look at how to perform your best. The clinics will be located at Boston Marathon adidas RunBase (855 Boylston Street in Back Bay), and will have limited available space. Each clinic will begin at 6:00 p.m., and will be approximately one hour in duration. These clinics are free to all registered participants of the B.A.A. Half Marathon.

"I am going to be running my first half marathon in October. I am very excited, but also a little overwhelmed and unsure of myself. However, the B.A.A. Clinic Series was very informative and helped reassure me that I can do this. I walked away less nervous and more excited about the race. It was very well run and very helpful!" - Amber R., B.A.A. Half Marathon finisher

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 6:00 PM

GETTING THE BEST FROM YOUR TRAINING

With just four weeks until race day, this clinic will focus on what you can do in the coming month to make sure you’re firing on all cylinders on race morning. B.A.A. High Performance coach Terrence Mahon will provide tips on how to optimize your remaining workouts, prevent and maintain any injuries or training hiccups, and how to get to the starting line in top form.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 6:00 PM

RACE WEEKEND CLINIC

B.A.A. staff and race officials will answer any questions you may have about the B.A.A. Half Marathon to ensure you have the best possible race experience. B.A.A. High Performance coach Terrence Mahon and other special guests will provide additional insight, detailing what to do in the 48 hours before your race and getting you ready for the 13.1-mile course ahead.

RSVP BEGINNING ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

All information above is subject to change

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