The adidas Boost Boston Games are returning Jun 2 and 4


TV coverage is LIVE on NBC Sports Network June 4 from 4PM-6PM EDT. Ticket information coming soon.

Friday, June 2 – Dilboy Stadium, Somerville, MA

More info coming soon.

Sunday, June 4 – Charles Street, Boston, MA

More info coming soon.

2016 Results


June 2

Provisional List of Events

Men's 400m
Men's 800m
Men's 1500m
Men's 3000m
Women’s 400m
Women’s 800m
Women’s 1500m
Women’s 3000m

June 4

Provisional List of Events

Men's 100m
Men's 150m
Men's 200m
Men's 110m Hurdles
Men's Long Jump
Women's 100m
Women's 150m
Women's 200m
Women's 100m Hurdles
Women's Pole Vault


Inaugural adidas Boost Boston Games is in the Books! Now, on to 2017!

If there has ever been a more-gorgeous day in the U.S. to watch sprinters, hurdlers, pole vaulters and long jumpers take to the streets of a U.S. city for an Olympic-caliber track meet, we don’t know when it was. Oh wait, yes we do … Never! The first “street meet” ever held in this country, the adidas Boost Boston Games was greeted by bright sunshine, huge crowds and thrilling performances.

After a dominating win by speedster Tori Bowie at 100 meters, exciting hurdles victories by Tiffany Porter and Ronnie Ash, triumphs in the prestigious high-school adidas Dream 100 by Amaru Patterson and Eric Stokes, and the coronation of Lailah Harris and Jayden Taylor as the Fastest Kids in Boston, the day was capped off by the photo finish in the men’s 100 meters that left the thousands of fans already talking about next year.

In that race, the USA’s Marvin Bracy upset two-time Olympic silver medalist Yohan Blake of Jamaica to win in a photo finish. Both men were given the same time, 10.23, with Bracy given the nod by two-thousandth of a second.

“The crowd was more electrifying than anything,” said Bracy. “They definitely showed a lot of love.”

Full results available here. And see you next year!