|Years active||2002 - present|
Magdalena Lewy-Boulet (née Lewy; born August 1, 1973), commonly known as either Magdalena or Magda Boulet, is an American runner from Oakland, California. Born in Jastrzębie-Zdrój, Poland, Lewy-Boulet became a U.S. citizen on September 11, 2001.
Lewy Boulet finished second at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon, held on April 20, 2008, in Boston, Massachusetts, in a then personal-best time of 2:30:19. She led the race for the first 24 miles before being overtaken by eventual winner Deena Kastor. During the women's marathon at the 2008 Summer Olympics, a lingering knee injury forced Lewy Boulet to drop out 20 kilometres into the race.
In the IAAF World Cross Country championships, she has earned two bronze medals representing the USA in the team competition, in 2010 and 2011. Individually, she finished 20th in the 2010 race and 18th in the 2011 race.
She won the 2002 San Francisco Marathon, and finished sixth overall and first among American women at the 2009 New York City Marathon. She finished second at the 2010 Rotterdam Marathon, in a personal best time of 2:26:22. At the 2010 Chicago Marathon, she finished 7th in a time of 2:28:44. In other road racing performances, she was the top American finisher at the NYRR New York Mini 10K, but her time of 33:25 was only enough for eleventh overall. In September, she won the 20K national title at the New Haven Road Race in a time of 1:07:41, some 45 seconds ahead of runner-up Stephanie Rothstein.
She won the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run in 2015, her debut 100-mile race, in a time of 19:05:21.
Personal life and coaching
Lewy-Boulet is sponsored by CORE Foods, Hoka ONE ONE, and GU Energy Gel. She was assistant track & field coach at University of California - Berkeley, working under Tony Sandoval through 2009-2010 school year. She is married to Richie Boulet.
- All results regarding marathon, unless stated otherwise
|Representing the United States|
|2002||San Francisco Marathon||San Francisco, United States||1st||2:50:11|
|2002||Pittsburgh Marathon||Pittsburgh, United States||1st||2:36:48|
|2003||Pittsburgh Marathon||Pittsburgh, United States||2nd||2:31:38|
|2006||Orange County Marathon||Newport Beach, United States||1st||2:50:41|
|2008||Olympic Games||Beijing, PR China||—||DNF|
|2015||Western States 100||Squaw Valley Ski Resort, California||1st||19:05:21|
|2016||Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc||France, Italy and Switzerland||5th||28:18:05|
|2017||Western States 100||Squaw Valley Ski Resort, California||2nd||19:49:15|
- 100 miles - 19:05:21 (Western States 100 2015)
- Marathon - 2:26:22 (Rotterdam NED 2010)
- Half Marathon - 1:11:46 (San Jose CA USA 2009)
- 10,000 metres - 31:48.58 (Eugene OR USA 2011)
- 5,000 metres - 15:14.25 (Stockholm SWE 2011)
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-06-04. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
- A marathon runner who wants to honor 9/11 victims
- Meb wins ING New York City Marathon to lead six Americans in top 10
- van Hemert, Wim (2010-04-11). Makau storms 2:04:48 in Rotterdam. IAAF. Retrieved on 2010-04-11.
- Masai dominates Central Park 10K. IAAF/New York Road Runners (2010-06-13). Retrieved on 2010-06-14.
- Quigley and Boulet win USA 20 km titles. IAAF/USATF (2010-09-07). Retrieved on 2010-09-07.
- Krar, Boulet win Western States 100-Mile titles
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-03-16. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
- Eastbay Express Article