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2019 B.A/A. Boston Diary: Degefa holds off Kiplagat

Written by Dave Hunter .

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Worknesh Degefa wins 2019 Boston Marathon, in 2:23.31, photo by

The Boston Marathon is true rite of Spring. This year, the weather looked to be horrific early on, but as RunBlogRun senior writer David Hunter noted, prior to the race: "Thunder claps at 7:00 AM in Back Bay. Strong rain. Windshield wipers on at full speed. Had hooded slicker on. But pants got soacked during ten minute walk to Copley Plaza Hotel. Looks Like rain stopped in Hopkinton and Ashland. Temp in 60's. Meaningful tailwind.Could get to 70 later in the day. Much better than '18. Miserable 90 minutes ago. But looks improving now."

Lawrence Cherono Wins 2019 Boston Marathon Title With Last Second Surge

Written by James O'Brien, courtesy BAA.

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In one of the most exciting finishes in Boston Marathon history, three men took the famous turn on Hereford Street in tandem, setting the stage for a memorable sprint down Boylston Street. The 123rd Boston Marathon would turn out to be a kicker’s classic, as Kenya’s Lawrence Cherono edged Ethiopia’s Lelisa Desisa by two seconds at the line, 2:07:57 to 2:07:59, using every ounce of energy to break the tape. Kenneth Kipkemoi finished third in 2:08:07.

King Chez Claims his crown by Dan Cruz for Carlsbad 5000

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Ed Cheserek takes the Carlsbad 5000m, photo by

Last Sunday, Ed Cheserek, to the delight of his fans and of his sponsor, Skechers, took the win in Carlsbad. His time of 13:29 was a WR equalling event, as the IAAF began recognizing road WRs in 2019.

BAA Invitational Mile: Photo Finishes Highlight B.A.A. Invitational Mile BY JAMES O'BRIEN, for

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In his first pro race, Robert Dominico wins a close BAA Invite mile, photo by

The BAA Invite Mile has become an institution in Boston. On Boston Saturday, the Invite Mile is part of the Boston Marathon Weekend. It has become a big fan favorite. The fields feature top young milers, and are well recieved. The close finishes were exciting, and here is an superb piece by James O'Brien for the BAA official site: James O'Brien is also the publisher of the New York Athletic Club publication, Wingfoot, one of the oldest and most prestigious athletic club publications in North America.

BAA 5K: Rain Doesn't Dampen Exciting Races at 2019 B.A.A. 5K BY BARBARA HUEBNER, for

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Hagos Gebrehewit takes the BAA 5k, photo by

The BAA 5K has developed into a key event of the BAA Boston Marathon weekend. The event had 8,484 runners competing in the Back Bay of Boston, held on Saturday morning before the Boston marathon. The elite race features some of the finest American, Ethiopian and Kenyan athletes at the distance, and gets Boston Saturday started.

Boston Marathon Announces Changes Due to Weather Forecast

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BOSTON, MA (12-April) – Due to inclement weather forecasted for April 15, the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.), organizers of the Boston Marathon, has announced changes to ensure the safety of participants in this year’s Boston Marathon.