BOSTON — It will certainly be difficult to get a glimpse of your favorite runners with tens of thousands of people set to compete in the 127th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday and a sea of spectators expected to line the 26.2-mile route from Hopkinton to Boston.
The Boston Athletic Association assigns bib numbers to all runners that allow them to track the times of athletes. Those numbers also serve as a way for fans to track friends and loved ones as they run.
To make things easy for fans, the B.A.A. has launched a database of searchable bib numbers.
You can also stay up to date with race results here.
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