Updated 1:52 p.m.
Elite athletes from all over the world made their way from Hopkinton to Boston today at the running of the 127th Boston Marathon. While most of the 30,000 runners who cross the finish line at Boylston won’t take home any prizes, a select few will become champions. Here’s who won.
Marcel Hug of Switzerland won with a time of 1:17:06, his sixth win. He broke his own record.
American Daniel Romanchuk came in second with a time of 1:17:06.
American Susannah Scaroni won with a time of 1:41:45, her first time winning the Boston Marathon.
Australia’s Madison de Rozario was the runner-up.
Kenyan Evans Chebet won the professional men’s race with a time of 2:05:54.
Tanzinian Gabriel Geay was the runner-up at 2:06:04.
Kenyan Hellen Obiri won with a time of 2:21:38.
Ethiopian Amane Beriso followed 12 seconds later at 2:21:50.
American Kae Ravichandran crossed the finish line first with a time of 2:38:57, followed by American Cal Calamia at 2:51:02. (For the first time in the 2023 marathon, runners were able to enter the race as nonbinary. In a field of nearly 30,000, 27 opted to.)
The Boston Athletic Association also puts out a tracking app so you can see how your friend, cousin, coworker or favorite athlete is doing. You can download the app here.