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Here are 25 photos from a soggy, chilly, yet strangely enjoyable Boston Marathon

A runner crossed the finish line and was reflected in a puddle from a heavy rain shower.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff

Today, more than 30,000 participants took to the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon course winding from Hopkinton to Boylston Street amid a throng of cheering fans.

Many had the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing on their minds, as 2023 marks 10 years since the tragedy.

See the best photos from a soggy Marathon Monday:

Runners embraced after crossing the Finish Line of the Boston Marathon.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
The Boston Marathon finish line-Boston Police officer Rachel McGuire was jubilant as she crossed the finish line. She is one of the three police officers in John Tlumacki’s marathon bombing photo in 2013. It was her first Boston Marathon. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A runner is helped up after falling at the finish line. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Evans Chebet and his teammate Benson Kipruto separated from race favorite Eliud Kipchoge just past the 19 mile marker.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
The Boston Marathon Marshall David Ortiz placed the marathon trophy on the finish line. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Runners celebrated as they cross the finish line in the rain.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Runners streamed down Boylston Street as rain falls at the Boston Marathon on the ten year anniversary of the Marathon bombing. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Michael Law from New York City bowed his head on the 10th Anniversary Boston Marathon Remembrance emblem after he finished the race.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Wellesley College students got wet in the rain as they cheered on the runners.Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
Afowiri Fondzenyuy climbed to the top of Heartbreak Hill in Newton during the race.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Evans Chebet crossed the finish line to win the men’s race.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Wellesley College sophomore Marleigh Ausbrooks cheered on the runners.Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
Women’s winner Hellen Obiri posed for photos at the Boston Marathon.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A child watched the wheelchair race past at Heartbreak Hill.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Mens wheelchair winner Marcel Hug crossed the finish line in the rain.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Wendy Petersen stopped to kiss her husband Dan on Heartbreak Hill during the race.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Former Bruins Zdeno Chara smiled after crossing the finish line. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Runners began the 127th Boston Marathon in Hopkinton. Erin Clark/Globe Staff
Winners of the men’s and women’s wheelchair division, Marcel Hug (left) and Susannah Scaroni held the trophy at the finish line. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Women’s winner Hellen Obiri crossed the finish line. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Runners celebrated as they crossed the finish line.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Volunteers gathered bags of discarded clothing after runners shedded their layers and began the 127th Boston Marathon in Hopkinton. The discarded clothing is donated to charities after the race. Erin Clark/Globe Staff
The crowd of runners started running the 127th Boston Marathon in Hopkinton. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Michelle Kinsella (right) high-fived runners at the start of the 127th Boston Marathon. Erin Clark/Globe Staff