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2018 Boston Marathon Live Stream / Results

Posted 1 week ago

2018 Boston Marathon - Monday, April 16th, 2018

The online live stream will be located here (may be locked down to US viewers) or can also try here.  Canadian viewers can watch live on TNS2 (channel 402 on Bell Fibre).

LIVE RESULTS

Event Schedule

  • Mobility Impaired 8:40 a.m. ET
  • Men's Push-Rim Wheelchair 9:02 a.m. ET
  • Women's Push-Rim Wheelchair 9:04 a.m. ET
  • Handcycles & Duos 9:25 a.m. ET
  • Elite Women 9:32 a.m. ET
  • Elite Men & Wave One 10:00 a.m. ET
  • Wave Two 10:25 a.m. ET
  • Wave Three 10:50 a.m. ET
  • Wave Four 11:15 a.m. ET

Elite Entries

Men Elite Athletes

  • Tamirat Tola  Ethiopia  2:04:06 Broke CR in Dubai last year, then silver at Worlds. Oly 10k bronze
  • Lemi Berhanu  Ethiopia  2:04:33 2016 champ was a DNF last year
  • Lelisa Desisa  Ethiopia  2:04:45 2-time champ was 3rd in NYC in November
  • Nobert Kigen  Kenya  2:05:13 Ran 2:06 and 2:05 in his 2 marathons last year
  • Wilson Chebet  Kenya 2:05:27 3-time Amsterdam champ was famously 2nd behind Meb in '14. 5th in '17.
  • Evans Chebet  Kenya  2:05:30 Two top-4 finishes in majors; coming off PB in Valencia in Nov
  • Felix Kandie  Kenya  2:06:03 Has run 2:06 in his last 3 marathons, including 4th in Berlin last fall
  • Geoffrey Kirui  Kenya  2:06:27 Defending champ won Worlds and was our World #1 in '17
  • Philemon Rono  Kenya 2:06:52 Set PR/CR to win 2nd straight Toronto Marathon in Oct
  • Yuki Kawauchi  Japan 2:08:14 Has already won 3 marathons this year, including a 2:11 in Feb
  • Abdi Nageeye  Netherlands  2:08:16 Set national record to finish 9th in Amsterdam last year
  • Lusapho April  South Africa  2:08:32 Best finish of 13th in two attempts in Boston
  • Arne Gabius Germany 2:08:33 6th in Frankfurt last year
  • Abdi Abdirahman USA 2:08:56 At 40, was still the top American in NYC last year
  • Galen Rupp  USA 2:09:20 2nd last year, then won Chicago. Olympic bronze.
  • Reid Coolsaet  Canada  2:10:28 Ran 2:10 in Fukuoka in December at age 38
  • Ryan Vail  USA  2:10:57 2:12 for 8th in Berlin last year
  • Stephen Sambu  Kenya 2:11:07 Has finished 5th in Chicago the last 2 years
  • Eric Gillis Canada 2:11:21 10th at 2016 Olympics
  • Elkanah Kibet  USA 2:11:31 2:11:31 in his debut but hasn't come within 2 mins of that since; 16th at '17 Worlds
  • Timothy Ritchie USA 2:11:56 Ran big PR of 2:11 to win CIM/US champs in December
  • Shadrack Biwott USA 2:12:01 Rupp's college teammate was 4th last year
  • Scott Smith USA 2:12:21 Coming off PR in Frankfurt last fall
  • Andrew Bumbalough  USA 2:13:58 25th in Tokyo, 13th in Chicago in his two marathons so far

Women Elite Athletes

  • Aselefech Mergia  Ethiopia  2:19:31 Has won Dubai 3x and London 1x. 3rd at '17 London
  • Deena Kastor  USA  2:19:36 Now 45, she's no longer a contender to win
  • Edna Kiplagat  Kenya  2:19:50 At age 37, she went 1st Boston - 2nd Worlds - 4th NYC in '17
  • Buzunesh Deba Ethiopia  2:19:59 CR holder but it's been 3 years since she's been in the mix in a major
  • Jordan Hasay  USA  2:20:57 After an incredible first 2 marathons, can she earn first win in Boston?
  • Shalane Flanagan  USA  2:21:14 Won NYC last fall at age 36; Boston would be icing on the cake
  • Mamitu Daska  Ethiopia  2:21:59 3rd in NYC last year behind Flanagan & Keitany
  • Desiree Linden  USA  2:22:38 Three top-4 finishes in Boston, including last year
  • Madai Perez Mexico 2:22:59 4th in Chicago last year
  • Caroline Rotich  Kenya  2:23:22 Has struggled since winning '15 Boston but did run 2:26 at '17 Amsterdam
  • Gladys Chesir  Kenya  2:24:51 If you're looking for a dark horse, it's her. 2nd at '17 Amsterdam in her debut
  • Serena Burla  USA  2:26:53 Ran PR last year in Osaka, then finished 11th at Worlds
  • Molly Huddle  USA  2:28:13 Set US HM record in Jan; 3rd at '16 NYC in only marathon
  • Krista DuChene Canada 2:28:32 Hasn't broken 2:30 since '15
  • Kellyn Taylor  USA 2:28:40 8th in NYC last year
  • Kellys Arias  Colombia  2:29:36 7th in Valencia last year
  • Jessica Draskau Petersson Denmark 2:30:07 14th in Chicago last year

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  • anonymous Anonymous
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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Where is the live feed?

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Where is the live feed?"


    Try the links above in the article?
    Within USA or VPN: http://boston.cbslocal.com/
    Outside of USA: http://www.watchathletics.com/schedule/watchlive/3644

    Canada viewers can watching on TV: TNS2 (channel 402 on Bell Fibre)

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    cooperaa said 1 week ago

    Edit: BBC requires log-in now. Never mind.

    Chrome + Hola VPN (set to UK) + http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/athletics/43741426

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    If you're having issues try this

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    What a strange race said 1 week ago

    That was one strange race.... Many runners underestimated running into a headwind the whole way. Pretty sure Duchene of Canada was 3rd though after the lead pack faded badly.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Women's Top 5:
    1. Desiree Linden (USA), 2:39.54
    2. Sarah Sellers (USA), 2:44:05
    3. Krista Duchene (CAN), 2:44:20
    4. Rachel Hyland (GER), 2:44:29
    5. Nicole Dimercurio (USA), 2:45:52

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Men's Top 10:
    1. Yuki Kawauchi (JPN), 2:15:58
    2. Geoffrey Kirui (KEN), 2:18:21
    3. Shadrack Biwott (USA), 2:18:32
    4. Tyler Pennel (USA), 2:18:57
    5. Andrew Bumbalough (USA), 2:19:52
    6. Scott Smith (USA), 2:21:47
    7. Abdi Nageeye (NED), 2:23:16
    8. Elkanah Kibet (USA), 2:23:37
    9. Reid Coolsaet (CAN), 2:25:02
    10. Daniel Vassallo (USA), 2:27:50

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    49. Matthew Mcneil (CAN), 2:35:19

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    I've never seen a race like that before! It looked like a train wreck in slow motion.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Women's Top 5:
    1. Desiree Linden (USA), 2:39.54
    2. Sarah Sellers (USA), 2:44:05
    3. Krista Duchene (CAN), 2:44:20
    4. Rachel Hyland (GER), 2:44:29
    5. Nicole Dimercurio (CAN), 2:45:52"

    Where are the Africans...

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    What happens if? said 1 week ago

    I know in "racing" it's usually first to cross the line wins but this race got me wondering. What would happen if say a Women ran faster than 3rd place (i.e. 2:44:20) but didn't start with the Elite Women but with the Mass Start (i.e. Corral 1 with the Men). It seems unfair that a women "not" from the Elite can place but there would be unfair advantages with starting with Men too (i.e. if a Man just paced the entire thing and broke all the wind). How does Boston do placements for Women that beat Elites but started with the mass runners/men?

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    SteveWeiler said 1 week ago

    "The Boston Marathon includes a separate start for top female competitors. Performances from the Elite Women's Start (EWS) will be scored separately from women starting in the open field. Open and masters division women who consider themselves eligible for prize money in the Boston Marathon must declare themselves as a contestant for the EWS start. They may email ews@baa.org for further details on format, eligibility, regulations, and instructions. Race officials can assist in determining which start - EWS or 10:00 a.m. - is most appropriate. Prize money will be awarded to contestants in the EWS only. Women who choose not to start in the EWS waive the right to compete for prize money."

    http://216.235.243.43/races/boston-marathon/event-information/prize-money-and-awards.aspx

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    jlofranco said 1 week ago

    The rule is that you have to be in the Elite corral to win money and place. Last year Shelley Doucet was 2:46 from the mass start, but she didn't appear in the "top finishers"

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    jlofranco said 1 week ago

    Way to go Krista. What a tough run.

    Edit: Reid, too, didn't realise he snuck in top ten as well!

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    MilesDavisAndTheCool said 1 week ago

    Quoting: What happens if?
    "I know in "racing" it's usually first to cross the line wins but this race got me wondering. What would happen if say a Women ran faster than 3rd place (i.e. 2:44:20) but didn't start with the Elite Women but with the Mass Start (i.e. Corral 1 with the Men). It seems unfair that a women "not" from the Elite can place but there would be unfair advantages with starting with Men too (i.e. if a Man just paced the entire thing and broke all the wind). How does Boston do placements for Women that beat Elites but started with the mass runners/men?"


    If a pacer were "break all the wind", that sounds like a very uncomfortable and kind of unsanitary marathon.

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    Meizner said 1 week ago

    Tough runs by all. Great work by KD and RC.

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    MJD said 1 week ago

    $40k US for KD. 50 if they double up masters money. KD actually finished slightly stronger than RC.

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    MJD said 1 week ago

    Great interview.

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    annon said 1 week ago

    Easy to beat the Africans.....Winter racing!!!

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    MJD said 1 week ago

    They sold it as one of the best fields ever assembled at Boston for the women. LOTS of scalps.

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    Cummings said 1 week ago

    Anyone notice that Canadians do exponentially better in terrible weather? Tough as nails with 3x the rust. That was Paul McCloy weather.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Cummings
    "Anyone notice that Canadians do exponentially better in terrible weather? Tough as nails with 3x the rust. That was Paul McCloy weather."


    Nothing against the Canadians but it didn't hurt that most elite runners simply dropped out.

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    MJD said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Anonymous
    "Nothing against the Canadians but it didn't hurt that most elite runners simply dropped out."


    And that changes Cummings point, how? They toed the line, KD and RC beat them. End of discussion. They were better on the day. Actually finishing the race is kind of critical to success and you need to be prepared for a myriad of conditions, especially at Boston.

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    Oldster said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Cummings
    "Anyone notice that Canadians do exponentially better in terrible weather? Tough as nails with 3x the rust. That was Paul McCloy weather."


    Also pretty much average Japanese winter conditions. Something tells me that dude doesn't spend much time on the old t-mill!

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