For Brennan Bonner, running has been a central aspect of his life for the past fifteen years. What started in high school as an avenue for staying active during the offseason of basketball and soccer slowly transformed first into his main athletic interest and, ultimately, into his passion. Brennan continued to run in college at Washington University in St. Louis where he became one of the top NCAA Division III runners in the nation.

After graduating college, he moved to Boston where he began his career as a teacher. During this time, he also began training with Greater Boston Track Club. While teaching, first at the middle school level and then at the high school level, Brennan discovered the enjoyment of sharing his love for running with others. More recently, Brennan, or Coach B as many of his athletes call him, has continued to expand his coaching to include adults looking to become better runners.



Running Highlights

  • Two time qualifier for Division III Nationals
  • 2004 UAA champion indoor 3000 meters
  • Former Washington University and UAA record holder (indoor 3000 meters)
  • 2007 New York City team championship member
  • 2008 Boston Marathon 73rd place finisher (2:32:18)
  • 2013 Philadelphia Half Marathon 14th place finisher (1:08:12)

Personal Records

3000 - 8:22

5000 - 14:27

Half Marathon - 1:08:12

Marathon - 2:32:18

Coaching Highlights

  • Founder, track and cross country teams at Epiphany School
  • Head coach, 2014 Massachusetts Charter Middle School State Champions
  • USATF Level 1 certified coach
  • Assistant coach, Massachusetts Catholic Conference Champion team (7 x indoor track, 4 x outdoor track, 2 x cross country)
  • Direct coach for state championship, all-state championship, and New England championship qualifying relays and individuals