Marathoners cheered on by tutus and stilts

Runners in the half and full marathons found a water station like no other on Kenny Street, near Needham Recreation Centre.

Sarah Jebet, of Kenya, is all business as she runs through the North End on her way to  the women's title and a record time at the Blue Nose Marathon on Sunday.

Sarah Jebet, of Kenya, is all business as she runs through the North End on her way to the women’s title and a record time at the Blue Nose Marathon on Sunday.

A surreal scene at the water station on Kenny Street, in front of the Needham Recreation Centre.

A surreal scene at the water station on Kenny Street, in front of the Needham Recreation Centre.

A marathoner runs alone on Novalea this morning.

A marathoner runs alone on Novalea this morning.

A course marshal cheers on Sarah Jebet as she runs past the Devonshire Rink.

A course marshal cheers on Sarah Jebet as she runs past the Devonshire Rink.

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1 Response to “Marathoners cheered on by tutus and stilts”


  1. 1 Aimee June 1, 2015 at 10:09 am

    Does anyone know the band that played at the Kenny Street water station for Blue Nose? A three-piece including a trumpeter and drummer? We want them for our street party! Please send any contact info.


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