Keflezighi, last year’s winner of the men’s race, held Hilary Dionne’s hand as they both crossed the finish line.
CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER
When he won two years ago, Desisa was merely a footnote to tragedy; now he can be celebrated.
The Globe’s Shira Springer shares a first-person point of view on the 119th Boston Marathon.
More than 27,000 runners completed the course on Monday, while about 1,300 were treated by medical staff.
A number of notable people ran this year’s Marathon.
About a million others are expected to cheer their hearts out along the route during the colorful rite of spring in Boston.
A stream of runners filed through the medical tent to seek relief from the frigid weather.
His rewards were the same as two years ago, but the memory of this victory, both for the champion and the city, will be one to savor.
The Kenyan outkicked Ethiopia’s Mare Dibaba as the two sprinted together in a tight finish.
Linden continued her comeback from a 2012 injury and held the lead for parts of the race before finishing fourth.
After her victory, McFadden presented her laurel wreath to the family of Martin Richard
The Swiss racer won by more than six minutes over his closest rivals.
The starts were orderly in Hopkinton and the rain mostly held off, until the fourth wave of runners.
Cool Gear International is getting people to do jumping jacks, burpees, push-ups, or planks in order to snag some free gear.
The crowd was significantly smaller than last year, but the women at Wellesley College were still screaming.
After he heard that a runner had picked it up along the race route, Jeff Glaser and his ring were quickly reunited.
Roche made his first visit to Commonwealth Ave. when he was 7. His mother brought him to his first Boston Marathon with a tub of oranges in tow.
Celebrities, sports figures, politicians, and others wished Bostonians a happy Marathon Monday on Twitter.
Listen and watch as Meb Keflezighi explains the strategy behind his historic victory at the 2014 Boston Marathon.
Elites make sure their bottles are distinctive so that they can grab them while on the run.