The perseverance at the 2018 Boston Marathon, in 26 photos

Rain, wind, cold temps—Marathon Monday in 2018 had it all.

The elite women pass runners during the race. —Lane Turner / The Boston Globe
Women’s winner Desiree Linden, of Michigan, reacts after crossing the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
Men’s winner Yuki Kawauchi, of Japan, runs in Ashland. —Keith Bedford / The Boston Globe
The men’s wheelchair racers take off from Hopkinton. —Lane Turner / The Boston Globe
Runners start in Hopkinton. —David L. Ryan / The Boston Globe
Katherine Beiers, 85, of California, was one of the last runners through Newton. —Suzanne Kreiter / The Boston Globe
Aimee Dearias, of Sudbury, climbs Heartbreak Hill. —Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe
John Young, of Salem, a Canadian-born marathon runner with dwarfism, runs near a water stop. —Steven Senne / AP
Emmie Costen, right, and Jade Costen, both of North Carolina, embrace as they cross the finish line. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe
Janildo Rocha Barbosa, of Brazil, is helped across the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
Marcel Hug, of Switzerland, heads toward the finish line to win the men’s wheelchair division. —CJ Gunther / EPA-EFE / REX / Shutterstock
Women’s wheelchair winner Tatyana McFadden, of Maryland, celebrates during the ceremony at the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
Runners take on Heartbreak Hill. —Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe
Elizabeth Demaio, of East Bridgewater, climbs Heartbreak Hill. —Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe
Runners step in a puddle as they cross the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
Staff Sgt. Jose Luis Sanchez, of Texas, carries a flag toward the finish line. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe
Meb Keflezighi, the 2014 Boston Marathon winner now running for the Martin Richard Foundation, approaches the finish line. —Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe
Wellesley College students cheer on runners. —Suzanne Kreiter / The Boston Globe
A runner takes a break on Heartbreak Hill. —Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe
Serena Burla, of Virginia, runs up Heartbreak Hill. —Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe
Les Regehr, of Minnesota, approaches the 24-mile mark. —Scott Eisen / Getty Images
From left: Nicole Dimercurio (sixth place, of North Carolina), Rachel Hyland (fourth, of Andover), and Sarah Sellers (second, of Arizona) approach the 24-mile mark. —Scott Eisen / Getty Images
Boston Marathon bombing hero Carlos Arredondo crosses the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
John McCarthy, of Ireland, pushes past Wellesley College. —Suzanne Kreiter / The Boston Globe
Two runners embrace at the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
Runners wrap up after crossing the finish line. —John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe
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