Some articles on starting times, starting:
... (wheelchair race at 1125 am, and elite women at 1131 am), at the official starting point in Hopkinton, Massachusetts ... first batch of up to 10,000 runners started at noon, with a second group starting at 1230 ... Beginning in 2007 the starting times for the race were moved up, allowing runners to take advantage of cooler temperatures and enabling the roads to be reopened ...
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