This Saturday the 15th Annual SSRun will take place in Back Bay; the starting line is at the intersection of Boylston and Gloucester Street.
You may get more details about the run this weekend from their website, www.ssrunners.org.
Don’t worry if you cannot make it to the run as I’ll be creating a video to share with you. If you’ve never been to this annual tradition which is now replicated in cities through out the US and abroad, check out my video from the 2013 run.
The 15th Annual SSRun is one month from today. Registration remains open for anyone contemplating the run.
You may get more details about the SSRun from their website, www.ssrunners.org.
Even if you don’t plan on running, mark the date on your calendar and come down to Back Bay and check out all the fun and cheer on all the runners who raised money for the Play Ball Foundation.
If you’ve never been to this annual tradition which is now replicated in cities through out the US and abroad, check out my video from the 2013 run.
The 15th Annual SSRun will take place on Saturday, December 6, 2014, and registration opens 9AM on Tuesday, September 30th. Even if you don’t plan on running, mark the date on your calendar to come down to Back Bay and check out all the fun. You can get more details from their website, www.ssrunners.org
Never underestimate the appeal of guys wearing speedos. That is the lesson I learned this week when I saw my Santa Speedo Run video get picked up by a number of national blogs. I’d like to say thank you to everyone else who was nice enough to share the video, which now has more than 35,000 views.
On Saturday hundreds of men and women braved crazy cold conditions in Boston to run in the 14th annual Santa Speedo Run. Happy holidays and Merry Christmas to everyone. Much thanks to everyone who posed and shared their photographs.
Today is Boston’s 14th annual Santa Speedo Run. C’mon down to Boyslton Street and check out this spectacle. If you cannot make it, no worries. I’ll be there snapping pictures and posting everything later this week.
Do you love this annual tradition that has now spread to other cities around the US? Check out how the Santa Speedo Run started here in Boston by 5 guys back in 2000 – Santa Speedo Run: How it all started.
Mark your calendars and make sure you come down to Boylston Street to watch the annual Santa Speedo Run now in it’s 14th year. Seven hundred runners will participate in the fun fundraiser that supports the Play Ball Foundation.
Santa Speedo Run – Sat 14-Dec.
If you cannot join, never fear as I’m planning to be there to snap photos and write all about it. Until then enjoy this video I made after the 2012 Santa Speedo Run.