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Runners make their way down Boylston Street in the rain last year.

BAA remains cautious about running Boston Marathon on new September date

Organizers are working to avoid canceling the race, but social distancing more than 30,000 runners and a million spectators will be difficult.

Boston is still running

This Patriots Day, The Boston Globe is sharing our tribute to the region and its residents — a story of the city’s grit and resilience during the toughest of times. While there will be no marathon on Monday, The Globe and our community will persevere. This Globe video, using photography and videography from the Globe’s newsroom, was done in partnership with MullenLowe US.

As she nears the end of her competitive years, marathoner Desiree Linden wants to prove she is still one of America’s elite runners.

Desiree Linden aiming for a marathon double

She’ll run in the Olympic Trials in late February and then tackle Boston in April.

Boston Marathon was a first for its last runner

Red Hilton of East Bridgewater crossed the line at Boylston Street more than nine hours after she started

Worknesh Degefa runs away with women’s race in Boston Marathon

The Ethiopian runner outdistanced the field for her second career win in a marathon.

Lawrence Cherono wins Boston Marathon men’s title in dramatic fashion

From the start in Hopkinton to the finish in Boston, the men’s elite race was a tightly contested affair.

The winners of the 2019 Boston Marathon, clockwise from top left: Daniel Romanchuk, Worknesh Degefa, Manuela Schaer, and Lawrence Cherono.

Here’s a list of winners and results from the 2019 Boston Marathon

Here are the winners in each category for the 2019 Boston Marathon.

Wave 1: all runners qualified with a 3:07 or better time (7,500 runners)

Wave 1: all runners qualified with a 3:07 or better time (7,500 runners)