Women leave the starting line of the Boston Marathon from Hopkinton, Mass., Monday, April. 17, 2017. American and Mission Prep graduate Jordan Hasay, center, making her first run at the 26.2-mile distance, finished in third place and Desi Linden finished in fourth — the first time since 1991 that two U.S. women have finished in the top four.
Women leave the starting line of the Boston Marathon from Hopkinton, Mass., Monday, April. 17, 2017. American and Mission Prep graduate Jordan Hasay, center, making her first run at the 26.2-mile distance, finished in third place and Desi Linden finished in fourth — the first time since 1991 that two U.S. women have finished in the top four. Bill Greene The Boston Globe via AP
Women leave the starting line of the Boston Marathon from Hopkinton, Mass., Monday, April. 17, 2017. American and Mission Prep graduate Jordan Hasay, center, making her first run at the 26.2-mile distance, finished in third place and Desi Linden finished in fourth — the first time since 1991 that two U.S. women have finished in the top four. Bill Greene The Boston Globe via AP

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