Roughly 30,000 runners took on the 26.2 mile course from Hopkinton to Boston on Marathon Monday. Here’s a look at some of the most memorable moments from the 120th Boston Marathon.
Two years ago I was lucky enough to meet Adrianne Haslet, a survivor of the 2013 Marathon bombings. She’s on the course…
— SoyCobarde (@SoyCobarde2) April 18, 2016
He ran the first two miles of the race in 9 minutes, 53 seconds.
Mark Wahlberg was at the finish line early Monday morning filming a scene for Patriots’ Day.
Rotich, who won the 2015 marathon, dropped out at the 5-mile mark on Monday.
— RunWESTIN Concierge (@RunWestin) April 18, 2016
There were many unique signs along the course on Monday. This dad took to Twitter to share his daughter’s message to runners… We still haven’t figured it out.
— Danielle Ameden (@damedenMW) April 18, 2016
The runner was spotted on the course wearing an American flag Speedo (and a bowtie) by MetroWest Daily News reporter Danielle Ameden.
— David Wade (@davidwade) April 18, 2016
Fucarile finished with a time of 2 hours, 21 minutes, and 37 seconds, good for a pace of 6:22 per mile.
— MLB (@MLB) April 18, 2016
Bauman will be portrayed by Gyllenhaal in the upcoming movie Stronger.
The 21-year-old men’s division winner leapt with joy after crossing the finish line.
— meb keflezighi (@runmeb) April 18, 2016
Meb Keflezighi, the 2014 Boston Marathon champion, shared the photo of two runners helping to carry a third to the finish line.
— Scott Sullivan (@SullySportsTV) April 18, 2016
Michel Rojkind pushed through the pain after collapsing against the barricades just feet from the finish line.
“I think our city is a really, really beautiful city,” Downes said at the finish line. “I’m so proud to be from here. I’m so proud to have taken part in this.”
Marathon bombing survivor Bauman was at the finish line when his wife completed the race and their embrace is pure inspiration and love.
— John Atwater (@AtwaterWCVB) April 18, 2016
Haslet paused before she stepped across the finish line on her prosthetic just before 7:30 p.m., three years after the bombing.