B2R Boston Marathon Team

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We are excited to announce that The Born to Run Foundation has been selected as an official charity for the 2024 Boston Marathon!!! This will be our first year participating in the race. The Born to Run Foundation donates specialized prosthetics to young adults and children who want to live a fun and fulfilling life.

Becoming a member of our B2R Team will help us continue our mission to help those who are unable to afford these prosthetic devices as insurance does not typically cover the costs which can range from $10,000 – $20,000.

Luke Hulme

B2R Team Member, Luke Hulme, from Derry, NH, will be running in his first Boston Marathon. He is passionate about sports and knows how injuries can affect a runner both physically and mentally. Seeing what our founder, Noelle Lambert, has endured from losing her leg in a tragic accident to then competing in the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo, has inspired Luke to help raise funds to help amputees run again. He has been training in the challenging winter weather of New Hampshire and we are thrilled to have him on our team!






Mark Beirne

B2R Team Member, Mark Beirne, from Manchester, NH, is our next team member. Mark is an avid runner, snowboarder, and lacrosse player, and recently completed a half marathon in preparation for Boston. His fiance, Noelle Lambert, was fortunate to receive a running leg and water leg after becoming an amputee in 2016, and he has seen firsthand how our organization has changed the lives of other amputees for the better. Mark is committed to our cause and we look forward to seeing him cross the finish line!







Steve Robinson

B2R Team Member, Steve Robinson, lives in sunny California. This will be his first Boston Marathon and he is running in honor of those who are fighting cancer. His close friends, John and Paul, both have daughters who have been affected by cancer, and he is passionate about raising money for our organization as we have donated specialized prostheses to children and young adults who have lost a limb to the disease. We are excited to see Steve out there on Marathon Monday!






We cannot wait to cheer on our team next April 15th!!!