• Schedule: Boston Marathon 2019
Schedule/Start times - 2019 B.A.A Boston Marathon (World Marathon Majors) - Monday, April 15.
||9:02 a.m. ET|
||9:04 a.m. ET|
|Handcycles & Duos
||9:25 a.m. ET|
||9:32 a.m. ET|
||10:00 a.m. ET|
||10:02 a.m. ET|
||10:25 a.m. ET|
||10:50 a.m. ET|
||11:15 a.m. ET|
*Start times are tentative and subject to change.
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• Tirunesh Dibaba withdraws from 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon
Ethiopia’s Tirunesh Dibaba has withdrawn from the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon for personal reasons. The three-time Olympic champion and current 5,000m world record holder was second in the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon when she set a personal best (PB) of 2:17:56, making her the fifth fastest female marathon runner in history.
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