Desiree Linden is the first American gal to prevail the Boston Marathon in 33 times. She finished in 2 hours, 39 instants, and 54 seconds , taking a wide produce at the 25.2 -mile mark ahead of the rest of the women’s society multitude. Racers passed through horrific climate throughout the course-including cold winds and rains–to historically slow meters. Yuki Kawauchi of Japan won the men’s marathon with a experience of 2 hours, 15 hours, and 54 seconds, in a come-from-behind victory, outstripping protecting endorse Geoffrey Kirui of Kenya at the 25 -mile mark. Tatyana McFadden, a Russian-born American Paralympian, won the women’s wheelchair division, with the the slowest win time in 30 times, 2 hours, 4 minutes, 39 seconds. Marcel Hug of Switzerland won the men’s wheelchair division in 1 hour, 46 hours, and 26 seconds. The last-place U.S. woman to prevail Boston’s signature event was Lisa Larsen Weidenbach, in 1985.