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Tri-State Runners Brace Cold Temperatures To Run Boston Marathon

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Tri-State Runners Brace Cold Temperatures To Run Boston Marathon

Nearly 30-thousand runners battled rain, wind and extremely cold temperatures to race in the boston marathon.

It was the coldest start to the boston marathon in 30 years - at just 38 degrees to start the race.

The elite men's group and wave one of general runners took off at 10 this morning.

Two hours and 15 minutes later - yuki kawauchi of japan won the 2018 men's boston marathon.

Monday's race marks five years since the boston marathon bombing, when two bombs killed three spectators and injured more than 250 people.




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