Photos: The 120th Running Of The Boston Marathon Boston Marathon bombing survivor and amputee Patrick Downes, second from left, crosses the finish line with companions Monday. (Elise Amendola/AP) This article is more than 6 years old. Angela Hamilton, of Cudgen, Australia, cheers as she enters Kenmore Square. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Hundreds of runners pour into Kenmore Square at mile 25 of the Boston Marathon. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) 2016 Boston Marathon medals (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Mark Enstone kisses his medal immediately after receiveing it. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Chris Costa, of Hartland, Michigan, gets wrapped from behind with a foil blanket. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Spectators holding Ethiopia’s flag celebrate the country’s first-ever Boston Marathon sweep. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Lemi Berhanu Hayle, of Ethiopia, celebrates after winning the 120th Boston Marathon. (Elise Amendola/AP) Atsede Baysa, of Ethiopia, breaks the tape to win the women's division of the 120th Boston Marathon. (Elise Amendola/AP) Baysa and Hayle pose for photos on Boylston Street. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Spectators watch runners on a screen at Exeter Street. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Ernst van Dyk rests after coming in second in the wheelchair race. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Actor Jake Gyllenhaal walks with Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman out to the mound to throw out the first pitch before Monday's Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Gyllenhaal is holding Bauman's daughter Nora. (Mary Schwalm/AP) Bobbi Gibb, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1966, waves to the crowd at the finish line Monday. (Charles Krupa/AP) Cutbert Nyasango, of Zimbabwe, douses himself with water as he runs through Wellesley. (Steven Senne/AP) Runners pass through the "scream tunnel" at Wellesley College. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) (Robin Lubbock/WBUR) Fans cheer as runners pass by Wellesley College. (Steven Senne/AP) Tatyana McFadden crosses the finish line to win the women's wheelchair division of the Boston Marathon for the fourth consecutive year. (Elise Amendola/AP) Tatyana McFadden races on behalf of Team MR8, which was started in honor of the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombing, Martin Richard. Here, she poses with Martin's family after winning the 2016 race. (Elise Amendola/AP) Marcel Hug, of Switzerland, breaks the tape ahead of Kurt Fearnley, of Australia, center, and Ernst Van Dyk, of South Africa, in the men's wheelchair division. It was Hug's second consecutive Boston Marathon win.(Charles Krupa/AP) Yemane Tsegay and Deribe Robi, both of Ethiopia, lead the pack of runners just after the start in Hopkinton. (Steven Senne/AP) The first wave of general runners start to the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) The elite men leave the start of the Boston Marathon. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) The elite women runner's leave from Hopkinton. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) Secretary of State John Kerry shoots the starter gun for the men and women’s push rim wheelchair division. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) The women's push rim wheelchair division prepares to take off from Hopkinton. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) The men’s push rim wheelchair division prepares to start the Boston Marathon. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) Mobility-impaired runners begin the 120th running of the Boston Marathon. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) An seal honoring 50 years of women running in the Boston Marathon covers the street in front of the start line in Hopkinton. (Michael Dwyer/AP) Boston Marathon bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis, center, who's running the race this year, lines up for the start in Hopkinton. (Michael Dwyer/AP) Mobility-impaired runners line up to begin the 120th running of the Boston Marathon. (Joe Difazio for WBUR) Security workers set up for bag checks on Brookline Avenue in Kenmore Square Monday morning. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Sitting near the finish line on Boylston Street, Maureen Heil puts the finishing touches on a a sign for her friend who is running the marathon. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Visiting from Belfast, Ireland, Catie Lanaghan gets her photo taken in front of the finish line by her friend Stuart Penfold. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Boston Marathon runners limber up beside the Make Way for Ducklings statues in the Boston Public Gardens before boarding buses to take them to the starting line in Hopkinton. (Charles Krupa/AP) This article was originally published on April 18, 2016.