Jordan Hasay finishes third in Boston Marathon - after a year of injuries

Boston-04/13/2019 Boylston Street at the Boston Marathon finish line is packd with people as thousands came out to take

John Tlumacki Globe staff Boylston Street at the Boston Marathon finish line was packed with people Saturday

While Kenya's Cherono claimed victory by just two seconds ahead of Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa after the pair and Kenya's Kenneth Kipkemoi split away from a large lead group, Ethiopia's Degefa made her move just four miles into the women's race and at one point had a lead of nearly three minutes ahead of her rivals.

Johnson is a seven-time NASCAR champion who took advantage of NASCAR's schedule this year - the race at Richmond was on Saturday - to fulfill his goal of running the Boston Marathon. He placed 20th in his age group and 238th overall.

Cape Town - South Africa's Ernst van Dyk, a 10-time victor of the Boston Marathon Pushrim Wheelchair event, has finished fifth at the 2019 edition of the famous race.

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She was 2 minutes, 20 seconds behind fellow American Jordan Hasay who was the top American woman finishing in third place.

The 43-year-old had said he wanted to finish in the three-hour range, and he came in at 3:09:07, and looked fine for having completed his first marathon. Degefa's winning time of 2:23:31 was 42 seconds better than Edna Kiplagat of Kenya, who finished second.

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