Kenya's Lawrence Cherono led home the men's race in 2:07.57 with his compatriot Kenneth Kipkemoi in third behind Lelisa Desisa Benti from Ethiopia.
Krista DuChene finished her third Boston Marathon with a time of 2:44:12, eight seconds faster than her time in 2018.
The 2019 Boston Marathon will be remembered for one of the most dramatic finishes in race history.
Check out the unbelievable finish below.
Shiloh Schulte of Kennebunk and Meg Brockett of Portland were the fastest ME runners in Monday's 123rd Boston Marathon. This marked Cherono's first Boston Marathon.
American Jordan Hasay was third with a time of 2:25:20. Just completing the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon is quite an accomplishment.
After wins in Chicago and NY last year, 20-year-old Daniel Romanchuk secured men's wheelchair race victory in 1:21:36, while Switzerland's Manuela Schär was another to add to her series of World Marathon Majors wins as she won the women's wheelchair race in 1:34:19.
- Messi's clash with Smalling like being 'hit by a truck' - Valverde
- Family horrified after 'monster' throws boy from shopping centre balcony
- Samsung set to launch first 5G smartphone
- Oklahoma City Thunder: 3 takeaways from Game 1 vs. Blazers
- Tiger Woods 2019 comeback: Nike shares rise after Woods' Masters win
- Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah explains goal celebration against Chelsea
- Child Possibly Thrown or Pushed from Balcony at MOA, Suspect in Custody
- Ocasio-Cortez quits Facebook, calling social media a 'public health risk'
- The Leaked Photo That Got Julian Assange Kicked Out Of The Embassy
- Trump says Boeing should fix, then re-brand Max jets