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Team Brookline 2016

Team Brookline, the Town of Brookline’s official Boston Marathon team, builds community through sport. We are a collaborative fundraising program established in 2012 by the Town of Brookline and managed by Brookline Community Mental Health Center.

Congratulations to the runners selected for our 2016 Boston Marathon team!

 

 

Volunteer With Us

Want to get involved in the 2016 Boston Marathon while benefiting your community? Join Team Brookline as a volunteer!

Sponsor Our Team

Local business partners get maximum visibility all season and on Marathon Monday.

Donate To Our Cause

Without even lacing up your sneakers, you can support Team Brookline runners and charities.

Through collaboration, Team Brookline looks forward to involving everyone who lives, learns and works in Brookline in supporting our community and raising more than $200,000 to support the work of the charity beneficiaries.

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Upcoming Events

January

19th

Team Meeting Featuring Nancy Clark

7:00-8:30p at The Community Room in the Brookline Police Station (350 Washington Street in Brookline)

February

09th

True Runner Shop Night to Benefit Team Brookline

Join Team Brookline, True Runner and Adidas on Tuesday, February 9th for a Fat Tuesday Run and Team Shop Night with 20% of the proceeds benefitting Team Brookline! Event starts at 6:30p and refreshments will be served. Contact us at info@teambrookline.org for more information.   About […]

Latest News

Finishing Strong: Brookline Marathon Team Finds Strength in Community

On April 15, 2013, Colin Wilkins, 34, could feel his body physically breaking down. Having run no more than seven miles in his life before he started training that fall for Team Brookline, leading up to race day Wilkins started to doubt whether he could [...]

Brookline Police chief: Race route security tighter, atmosphere still loose

Security will be much tighter for the Boston Marathon in Brookline this year, but public safety officials don’t want to take away from the excitement of the race. Brookline Police Chief Daniel O’Leary spoke about preparations for the marathon at the Board of Selectmen meeting [...]