Maryland’s own Tatyana McFadden has won her third straight women’s wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon.
The ESPY Awards are just a few days away and one Maryland athlete is hoping to bring enough votes to take home an award.
She’s one in a million and defines determination. Maryland’s Tatyana McFadden has brought home medals from all over the world, but her greatest message is not just about winning, it’s about believing you can do anything.
Marylander Tatyana McFadden has won the women’s wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon for the second straight year.
Tatyana McFadden set a goal for herself this year: to win four marathons. Born with Spina Bifida, the athlete did just that.
Security was tighter than ever at the New York City Marathon in light of the Boston Marathon attacks, but that did not stop some 50,000 runners from pounding the pavement.