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A total of 23,336 runners started the Boston Marathon, with 17,580 finishing. The Associated Press analyzed images and data over the past several days to pinpoint some of the runners who were in the finish line area when the bombs went off. These are some of their stories.
Defending champion Wesley Korir was among those leaving Hopkinton at 10 a.m. Just behind the elite men was the remainder of a field of 27,000 on its way for the 26.2-mile trek to Boston's Back Bay.
Two of Boston's major-league sports teams scrubbed games in response to the fatal explosions Monday near the Boston Marathon finish line.
Wesley Korir won the Boston Marathon on Monday in a heat-slowed unofficial time of 2 hours, 12 minutes, 40 seconds.
The Boston Bruins are making their celebratory trip through city streets with hundreds of thousands of fans crowding sidewalks to see them _ and the Stanley Cup _ in a rolling rally honoring the NHL champions.