Race for Rehab

Race for Rehab

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital’s Race for Rehab program encourages people of all abilities to participate in athletic endeavors in support of our mission. Additionally, we are proud to partner with the Boston Athletic Association as an Official Charity of the Boston Marathon. Since 2005, Race for Rehab teammates have raised more than $6M and the program has grown from one member to nearly 700 alumni from across the globe.

Join Spaulding’s 2021 Race for Rehab Boston Marathon Team

Applications are now open to join Spaulding’s 2021 Race for Rehab Boston Marathon Team. Click the button below to apply!

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Stories of Strength

From first time marathoners to experienced athletes, the Race for Rehab Team includes people of all ages and abilities from across the globe. Many are even former patients themselves. Read our teammates’ inspiring stories of strength.

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About Spaulding

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is a global leader in rehabilitative care and currently ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report in their Best Hospitals issue. An official teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, Spaulding provides comprehensive rehabilitation and medical management programs for people recovering from—or learning to live fully with—illness, injury and disability.

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Boston Marathon Course

The course of the historic Boston Marathon starts on Main Street in the rural New England town of Hopkinton and follows Route 135 through Ashland, Framingham, Natick and Wellesley to where Route 135 joins Route 16. It continues along Route 16 through Newton Lower Falls, turning right at the fire station onto Commonwealth Avenue, which is Route 30. It follows Commonwealth Avenue through the Newton Hills, bearing right at the reservoir onto Chestnut Hill Avenue to Cleveland Circle. The route then turns left onto Beacon Street continuing through Brookline, Kenmore Square and under Massachusetts Avenue. The course turns right onto Hereford Street, then left onto Boylston Street, finishing near the Boston Public Library in Copley Square.


*Courtesy of the Boston Athletic Association