September 8 2014
Find out what keeps the first finisher of the Boston Marathon motivated through the years.
Running is a way of life for marathoner, wife, mother and nurse practitioner Sheri Piers. At age 40, the Maine native was the first American to cross the finish line at the 2012 Boston Marathon with a blazing time of 2:41.
“Running is stress relief for me. It’s a place I can go alone or with a group of friends to clear my head. Sometimes all it takes is a 15-minute run to set the tone for the day.”