In an exciting finish, Lawrence Cherono of Kenya won the Boston Marathon by a single second second on Monday.
After over 26 miles and two hours of running, it all came down to one second. The second place finisher, two-time victor Lelisa Desisa, finished one second slower, according to race officials.
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Cherono sprinted to the finish in the closest race in years, finishing in 2:07:59. Japan's defending champion Yuki Kawauchi finished 17th in 2:15:29, while GB's Scott Overall was 23rd in 2:17:37.