The best place for full results is obviously the BAA Boston Marathon website. However, the website often takes down the intermediate splits of the race and then it is very hard to figure out how the race played out. We created this page, however, so you could find links to know where to go to access the intermediate splits of the race. *Track/Search For An Athlete Here
LRC Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot Wins In 2:05:52! Erkesso Survives On Women's Side!Yes, a 2:05 in Boston has now occurred. Cheruiyot battled last year's champ Deriba Merga until past the 24th mile mark and then it was just him against the clock, as the 21-year-old made history in Boston. American Ryan Hall ran faster than any American ever has in Boston to finish 4th, as Meb Keflezighi ran a very game race ahead of Hall for most of the race and finished 5th. Teyba Erksesso looked
to be well
on her way to a blowout win in the women's race but in the end, she
held on by the narrowest of margins. Cheruyiot, aka Robert the Younger,
is a different person than the 4-time Boston Champ Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot, aka Robert the Elder, and Omar Ahmed.
LRC Commentary: What Impressed Me Most: Boston 2010LetsRun.com's
Wejo gives his impressions on what stood out for him from Boston 2010.
Was Cheruiyot's run the most impressive marathon ever? Who was the most
impressive American on Monday?