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Boston Marathon runners were cheered in downtown Framingham.
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Spectators waited for runners in Natick.
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Runners arrived to cheering crowds in Wellesley.
Juli Windsor got support from Wellesley College students.
Wellesley College student Mackenzie Hempe encouraged runners.
A runner received support from the crowd in Wellesley.
Wellesley College student Ambika Patpatia got a kiss from a runner in the scream tunnel.
A runner arrived in Wellesley.
The lead women's group arrived in Wellesley.
Wellesley College students Anna Blige (second from left) and Chimuanya Okoro cheered as runners passed.
Paul Basola was greeted by supporters in Wellesley.
A runner came in for a kiss from a Wellesley College student in the scream tunnel.
Runners received support from the crowd in Wellesley.
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Spectators in Newton watched the women's elite runners.
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Wheelchair racers passed a giant chalk heart as they climbed Heartbreak Hill in Newton.
Spectators held signs used to cheer on runners at Heartbreak Hill.
Race grand marshal Bill Rogers passed by Heartbreak Hill in Newton.
Sponges discarded by runners formed a pattern on Heartbreak Hill in Newton.
Jim Waller of Baltimore played his bagpipes for runners climbing Heartbreak Hill.
Manuel Del Rio of Peru cooled off at a water station as he climbed Heartbreak Hill.
Cece Robinson stretched as she handed water to a runner on Heartbreak Hill in Newton.
Crowds lined the route near Boston College.
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