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    Two-time Boston Marathon winner Joan Benoit Samuelson congratulates Edna Kiplagat on her victory in the 121st Boston Marathon.

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    Edna Kiplagat, left and Geoffrey Kirui, both of Kenya, hold a trophy together after their victories in the 121st Boston Marathon.

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    Geoffrey Kirui, of Kenya, wins the men's division of the 121st Boston Marathon.

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    Edna Kiplagat, of Kenya, wins the women's division of the 121st Boston Marathon.

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    Geoffrey Kirui, of Kenya, leads Galen Rupp.

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    Edna Kiplagat, of Kenya, poses for photographers after winning the women's division.

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    Spectators cheer runners.

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    Luke Puskedra, left, Meb Keflezighi and Jared Ward, all of the United States, run behind the leaders in Natick.

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    Leeland Cole-Chu identifies Ben Beach, center, as Beach begins running his 50th consecutive Boston Marathon

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    Edna Kiplagat, of Kenya, short hair at center, crosses the start line in the middle of the elite pack.

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    Spectators cheer runners at Wellesley College.

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    Emmanuel Mutai, of Kenya, leads the pack along the course of the 121st Boston Marathon.

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    Manuela Schar, of Switzerland, wins the women's wheelchair division.

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    Yemane Tsegay, of Ethiopia, fourth from left, leads the pack of elite men runners early in the race.

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    Marcel Hug, of Switzerland, wins the men's wheelchair division.

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    Tom Davis, of New York, wins the men's handcycle division.

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    Runners in the first wave cross the line at the start of the 2017 Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass., Monday, April 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)

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    Marcel Hug, left, of Switzerland, moves ahead of Ernst Van Dyk, of South Africa, as they approach the finish line, to win the men's wheelchair division.

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    Meb Keflezighi, of San Diego, center, breaks from the start with Galen Rupp, as men's elite runners begin.

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    The elite female runners break from the starting line in the 2017 Boston Marathon.

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    The men's wheelchair division crosses the starting line.

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    Kathrine Switzer acknowledges the crowd as she is introduced before firing the gun to start the women's elite division.

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    Meb Keflezighi, of San Diego, sits at the start line as he ties his shoes before the beginning of the marathon.

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    Bobby Carpenter, gets a high-five from race director Dave McGillivray as he crosses the start line pushing Denna Laing. Carpenter was the first American-born player to be taken in the first round of an NHL Draft. Laing has been wheelchair-bound since being injured in the 2015 Women's Winter Classic.

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    A police officer and a working dog perform a security sweep at the starting line of the Boston Marathon.

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    Race participants pass through a security check in Boston to board buses for the starting line in Hopkinton.

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    Runners gather in Boston to board buses.

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