Boston Marathon

What the dramatic Boston Marathon men’s wheelchair finish looked like on Bolyston Street

The "Silver Bullet" set a new course record.

Marcel Hug crosses the finish line ahead of Ernst Van Dyk in the 121st Boston Marathon. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

In yet another close finish, Marcel Hug edged his perpetual rival, Ernst van Dyk. It gave Hug his third straight wheelchair title in the Boston Marathon.

The 31-year-old Swiss native set a Boston record, finishing in 1:18:03. Here’s the street level view of Hug—known as the “Silver Bullet”—holding off van Dyk’s late charge:

And here’s the WBZ broadcast view of Hug’s win: