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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.
Meb Keflezighi remembered to wear his nasal strip this time, then made some history at the U.S. Olympic marathon trials.
The road to the 2012 London Olympics starts here in the Space City with the U.S. Olympic marathon trials.
Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai won the Boston Marathon in 2 hours, 3 minutes, 2 seconds — the fastest anyone has ever run the 26.2 mile distance.
Blame it on the wind.