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123rd Boston Marathon
2019 Boston Marathon
Mark your calendars:
The 123rd 2019 Boston Marathon is April 15, 2019.
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Highlights from the 122nd running of the 2018 Boston Marathon MEN'S RACE Japan’s Yuki Kawauchi won the men’s race at the 122nd Boston Marathon in such dramatic fashion that it will surely be recalled alongside such epics as the Duel in the Sun of 1982 and the Johnny Kelley/Ellison Brown battle of 1936. A customarily deep field ensured that the mano a mano competition would always be the focus of the day; but, with conditions ranging from consistently heavy rain to a veritable monsoon, it was undeniable that the weather was enormously significant in the outcome. WOMEN'S RACE In 2007, Des Linden made her 26.2-mile debut at the Boston Marathon. In 2008, she competed in her first U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials here, certain that she would make the team; an infuriating late-race fade sealed her determination to master the distance. In 2011, she briefly led down Boylston Street, coming within an agonizing two seconds of becoming the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon since 1985. PUSH RIM WHEELCHAIR RACES Despite one of the strongest and deepest fields ever assembled for the push-rim wheelchair race, the weather provided the toughest competition at the 122nd Boston Marathon. The blustery headwind, bitter cold, and persistent rain stood in stark contrast to last year’s virtually perfect conditions when Marcel Hug and Manuela Schar won in world best times. Hug managed to defend his title in the men’s race this year in 1:46:26 for his fourth-straight Boston win, and Tatyana McFadden won her fifth title in six years in 2:04:39. Both clocked the slowest winning times since the 1980s in elements athletes described as “brutal,” “rough,” and “daunting.”
Current News April 15, 2019 is the date of next year’s Boston Marathon. It also happens to be the day before Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson East’s third wedding anniversary — and it looks like the celebration will kick off in Hopkinton. Johnson East took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to share that she and her husband, Andrew East, will participate in the 2019 Boston Marathon. The gold and silver medalist has run 12 half marathons, but this will be the first time she attempts a full 26.2-mile race.