Kenya's Lawrence Cherono produced an emphatic last gasp finish to win the Boston Marathon on his debut on Monday.
Cherono finished in a time of 2:07:57, while Desisa Benti crossed in 2:07:59.
Fionnuala McCormack ran a personal best at the Boston Marathon and only just missed out on qualification for Tokyo 2020 - barely six months after having a baby.
American Jordan Hasay claimed the last podium place in 2:25:20.
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Joan Benoit Samuelson of Freeport, who won the gold medal in women's marathon at the 1984 Olympics and won the Boston Marathon in 1979 and 1983, returned to the race Monday and finished the race in 3:04.00.
In the men's race, the halfway point was passed in 64:28 and the lead group - led by Kenya's Geoffrey Kirui, Ethiopia's Lemi Berhanu Hayle and USA's Scott Fauble - remained 11-strong at 20 miles, where the clock showed 1:38:37. According to the Washington Post, the one-second differential is the closest finish the Boston Marathon has seen in 31 years.
The Boston Athletic Association issued an apology Monday after an American flag was placed on the ground during an award ceremony for the Boston Marathon's men's wheelchair race victor.
In the women's race, Ethiopia's Worknesh Degefa claimed her maiden World Marathon Majors victory when she destroyed the field with just 10kms to win in 2 hours, 23 minutes and 30 second.