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Tatyana McFadden dominates to win fourth straight Boston marathon

Tatyana McFadden dominates to win fourth straight Boston marathon

Tatiana McFadden is all smiles after winning her fourth straight Boston marathon

Wheelchair racing sensation Tatyana McFadden captured her fourth consecutive Boston Marathon championship. McFadden is the first person to ever win all four of the world’s major marathons in London, Boston, Chicago and New York. This September she’ll compete in an unprecedented seven track and field events at the Paralympics in Rio.

Next Sunday McFadden will be on the other side of the Atlantic, hoping to win her fourth victory at the London Marathon. “I don’t know if I’ll be fully recovered by then,” she says, “but I’m going to do my best to get myself ready.”

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