Every so often, a great promoter thinks of a way to bring sports closer to fans.
Whether that's better access for spectators or putting a venue in a place it normally isn't, these things help those familiar, and also new to a sport, enjoy it on a new level.
With the Olympics getting closer, the Adidas Boost Boston Games took their event to the actual street. On Charles Street between the Boston Common and Public Garden, they built a track environment for their branded athletes to compete.
It was really awesome to document something unique like this for the first time despite it being a common type of event in Europe. I can only hope more events like it start popping up in the States.