Events It’s the weekend to be a runner in Boston, and even if you’re not running the marathon, enjoy shakeout runs, athletic panels, and more. Photo by Olga Khvan Friday, April 13 John Hancock Sports and Fitness Expo: Just because you’re not picking up a race bib doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the expo. The fair will be open all weekend for the public to celebrate the marathon and enjoy a wide array of running gear from companies including Adidas, Gatorade, and New Balance. Free, 4/13-4/15, Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd, Boston, sportsfitnessexpo.com. Runner’s World Pop-Up: In itssecond year, Runner’s World magazine’s pop-up store promises more merch and dozens of events. Between yoga classes, shakeout runs, and networking, there’s something for everyone. Free, 4/13-4/15, Runner’s World Pop-Up, 899 Boylston St., Boston, runnersworld.com. Beat The T: If you think you can outrun the T, team up with Brooks Running to race the train from Copley Station to Marathon Sports in Brookline. Post-run, head to The Publick House for drinks. Free, 2 p.m.-5 p.m., Prudential Center Boston, 800 Boylston St., Boston, facebook.com. Eat & Run With Kathrine Switzer: Meet Boston Marathon legend Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to run the race, and enjoy tasty dishes from local restaurants like Tapestry and Sweet Cheeks. Eat & Run is free,… Read full this story
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