|Course Name||Boston Marathon|
|Race Name||Boston Marathon|
|Measured By||Steve Wathall, Grade: 2|
|Measured On||16 Jan 2016|
|Terrain||Extremely flat course|
|Surface||Start on closed town roads, then quiet country roads and lanes later single track.|
|Configuration||Course runs generally east and then north to Wrangle with the return route sharing parts of the outward route for a short section to Mile 13 and a longer section between Miles 16 and 19 before taking HM route back to the College|
|Section of Road||Closed roads at the start and full width available. No shortcut on pavements or just before Mile 1. Whole road on single track roads and LHS only on roads with two way traffic.|
|Right Turns||In general it has been assumed that runners will use the full width of single track lanes and the LHS of roads wide enough for two way traffic. Busier junctions will have traffic management.|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|Boston Marathon||Lincs||Albert Guy bull||Boston Marathon Association||30 Jan 2016||17 Apr 2016|
|Boston Marathon UK||Lincs||AlbertGuy Bull||Boston Marathon Association||7 Mar 2017||17 Apr 2017|
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