Athlete tracking for the 2018 Boston Marathon. Get real time updates.

By Chris Chavez
April 16, 2018

Desiree Linden won the 2018 Boston Marathon on Monday to become the first American woman to win Boston since Lisa Larsen Weidenbach. 

On the men's side, Japan's Yuki Kawauchi earned his first major marathon title in 2:15:54. 

Kenyan stars swept both the men's and women's races in 2017. Geoffrey Kirui won the men's race in 2:09:37 ahead of two-time Olympic medalist Galen Rupp of the United States. Edna Kiplagat won the women's race in 2:21:52 at the age of 37.

Both champions returned to defend their respective titles. The women's elite field includes top U.S. stars like 2017 New York City Marathon champion Shalane Flanagan, Molly Huddle, Jordan Hasay and Linden. 

We previewed all of the top action for the men's and women's races.

About 30,000 runners are expected to run in Monday's race. If you're looking for a specific runner, you can find them using a race day tracker provided by the BAA. 

Men's results

1. Yuki Kawauchi (JPN) 2:15:58
2. Geoffrey Kirui (KEN) 2:18:23
3. Shadrack Biwott (USA) 2:18:35
4. Tyler Pennel (USA) 2:18:57
5. Andrew Bumbalough (USA) 2:19:52
6. Scott Smith (USA) 2:21:47
7. Abdi Nageeye (NED) 2:23:16
8. Elkanah Kibet (USA) 2:23:37
9. Reid Coolsaet (CAN) 2:25:02
10. Daniel Vassalo (USA) 2:27:50

Women's results

1. Des Linden 2:39:54
2. Sarah Sellers 2:44:04
3. Krista Duchene 2:44:20
4. Rachel Hyland 2:44:29
5. Jessica Chichester 2:45:23

A live leaderboard of the race can be found here

Live analysis and updates from Boston (more recent updates on top)

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This post will be updated with the top 10 results for the men's and women's races upon each professional race's conclusion.

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