2nd week of BAA Marathon registration 9-19 to 9-23

B.A.A. and marathoners in midst of new
registration process for

2012 Boston Marathon. ®


Qualifiers may submit application for entry from

Monday, September 19 through Friday, September


BOSTON – The first week of the B.A.A.’s new registration process for the
2012 Boston Marathon is now closed. For the second week, anyone who has met
their qualifying time may submit an application for entry beginning Monday,
Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. ET and continuing through Friday, Sept. 23 at 5 p.m. ET.
Entry is NOT first come, first served, and accepted entrants will be informed
at the conclusion of this period. The official web site to submit an
application for entry is


are very pleased that the opportunity to enter the 2012 Boston Marathon remains
open to yet more athletes who have trained so hard and run so well over the
past 18 months,” said B.A.A. Executive Director Tom Grilk. “It is
both humbling and motivating to us at the B.A.A. that people want to come run
in Boston.
Everyone who qualifies for the Boston Marathon has our enormous respect, and we
appreciate the cooperation marathoners have displayed through the
implementation of our new registration process.”


verification process of qualifying performances for those who submitted an
application for entry into the 2012 Boston Marathon through 10:00 p.m. ET on
Saturday, Sept. 17 is in progress. Email notification of acceptance and posting
of names to the “Entrants” page of
www.baa.org will be forthcoming for
those among this group. This step necessarily occurs after the conclusion of
each stage in the new registration process which the B.A.A. has implemented.


details of the new registration process, go to:



For the
2012 Boston Marathon qualifying standards, go to:



Due to
field size limitations, it is probable that not all qualifiers who submit an
entry during the second week (Sept. 19 ‰ÛÒ Sept. 23) will be accepted.
Those both accepted and not accepted for entry also will receive an email from
the B.A.A. at the conclusion of the application period.


Established in 1887, the Boston Athletic Association is a non-profit organization
with a mission of managing athletic events and promoting a healthy lifestyle
through sports, especially running. The B.A.A.’s Boston
Marathon is the world’s oldest annual
marathon, and the organization manages other local events and supports comprehensive
charity, youth, and year-round running programs. Since 1986, the principal
sponsor of the Boston Marathon
has been John Hancock Financial. The Boston
Marathon is part of the World Marathon Majors along with the Virgin London Marathon, BMW Berlin
Marathon, Bank of America Chicago Marathon, and the ING New York
City Marathon.

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