Live blog: The very latest on the 2019 Boston Marathon

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How 2018 marathon notables Des Linden, Yuki Kawauchi, and Sarah Sellers finished this year (3:42 p.m.)

Des Linden — placed 5th in 2:27:00

Yuki Kawauchi — placed 17th in 2:15:29 

Sarah Sellers — placed 19th in 2:36:42

Here’s what Jordan Hasay had to say about her third-place finish (2:49 p.m.) 

Boston EMS reports there have been more than 500 “medical encounters” so far along the marathon course and six ambulance transports (2:13 p.m.)

NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson crosses finish line in 03:09:07. “I wish I had my car for Heartbreak Hill,” he told WBZ. (1:48 p.m.)

Joan Benoit Samuelson crosses finish line, 40 years after winning race, in 3:04:00 (1:17 p.m.)

Here are the results for the men’s elite race (12:43 p.m.) 

Here are the results of the women’s elite race (12:40 p.m.) 

Here are the results of the men’s push rim race (12:36 p.m.) 

Here are the results for the women’s push rim race (12:34 p.m.)

Watch Lawrence Cherono win the Boston Marathon in a sprint against Lelisa Desisa (12:16 p.m.) 

Lawrence Cherono of Kenya wins the men’s elite race in dramatic finish (12:09 p.m.)

Watch Worknesh Degefa cross the finish line to win the Boston Marathon (12:04 p.m.) 

Worknesh Degefa of Ethiopia wins women’s elite race (11:57 a.m.)

Worknesh Degefa of Ethiopia remained in the lead at the 21-mile mark (11:31 a.m.)

Here’s the latest on the elite women’s and men’s races (10:58 a.m.) 

Watch Daniel Romanchuk and Manuela Schär break the tape to win the Boston Marathon push rim races (10:46 a.m.) 

Manuela Schär of Switzerland wins women’s push rim race (10:39 a.m.)

Daniel Romanchuk wins men’s push rim race, becoming the first American to do so since 1993 (10:25 a.m.)

The elite men’s race has begun (10 a.m.) 

Here’s the latest on the push rim races (9:39 a.m.) 

The elite women’s race has begun (9:32 a.m.)

The handcycle and duo racers are underway (9:26 a.m.)

Watch the start of the men’s and women’s push rim races (9:15 a.m.) 

Push Rim races are underway as light rain falls in Hopkinton (9:03 a.m.)

Runners have resumed boarding buses as originally scheduled, according to the BAA (8:22 a.m.)

Rain continues to fall as runners head to Hopkinton (8 a.m.)

Here’s what the weather conditions look like in Hopkinton right now (7:20 a.m.)

Boston Athletic Association announces locations for runners to shelter due to the weather (7:09 a.m.)

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