Annual Community Marathon Breakfast | Metrowest YMCA | MetroWest YMCA

Thank you for a wonderful event! 

We invite you to join us for our 2022 Annual Marathon Community Breakfast, back in person!

March 17, 2022
7:00 AM - 9:15 AM
@ the Verve, in Natick


7:00-7:30 Arrival, networking, and breakfast
7:30-9:00 Program and Inspiration Award Presentation

Guests will learn firsthand the Y’s impact in our community and watch as past honoree, Dave McGillivray, presents the Inspiration Award to our 2022 honorees Jack Fultz and Tatyana McFadden.

About the Inspiration Award:

The MetroWest YMCA Inspiration Award is presented to special individuals who, through their amazing physical achievements, philanthropic work, and contributions to the running community, inspire thousands of people through their exceptional gifts of time and talent.

About the MetroWest YMCA

The MetroWest YMCA is a cause-driven charitable organization that is for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. When you support the MetroWest YMCA, you become part of a movement to feed, educate, connect, and elevate all people so they can achieve their full potential.

If you have questions about this event or are interested in supporting our YMCA, please contact Amy Miller at 



Tatyana McFadden
2022 Inspiration Award Honoree

Tatyana McFadden


Tatyana McFadden is considered the fastest woman in the world. She has 17 Paralympic medals (including seven gold medals), 23 World Major Marathon wins including four consecutive Grand Slams (first place in Boston, Chicago, NYC, and London marathons in the same year), and has broken five world records in track and field.


In 2020, she produced and was featured in “Rising Phoenix”, the Netflix original drama that tells the story of the Paralympic Movement through the lives of 9 Paralympic athletes.


We salute her exemplary performance and sportsmanship, and her powerful lesson on optimism and resilience.


Jack Fultz
2022 Inspiration Award Honoree

Jack Fultz


Jack Fultz is a retired American long-distance runner, who came to prominence in the 1970s after winning the 1976 Boston Marathon, the world's oldest and most established marathon race. 

Fultz won the 1976 Boston Marathon in extreme (100+ degree) heat with a time of 2:20:19. Today, he is a fitness consultant, coach, educator, who helps others find their motivation within.