11 months ago
On Monday in Boston, marathoners don’t just have to conquer 26.2 miles of terrain – they have to do it while dealing with drenching rain, 25-MPH winds and chilly temperatures.
It’s been called “the car wash effect” – and it does not look pleasant at all.
Don’t believe us? Check out these videos of the Boston Marathon and be glad that you aren’t there, or even worse, running it.
It’s a windy and rainy one he in Boston ahead of Marathon Monday. The temperature has been in the 30s this morning, but is expected to climb to the 40s as the day progresses. Officials are preparing for hypothermia, chafing and blisters because of the weather. #BostonMarathon pic.twitter.com/a7HdXlNpnB
— Aishwarya Kumar (@kumaraishwarya) April 16, 2018
— Josh Brogadir (@JoshBrogadirTV) April 16, 2018
Is THIS the year that an American woman captures the @bostonmarathon title for the first time since 1985? The elites are off!
— NBCSN (@NBCSN) April 16, 2018
These are your #BostonMarathon conditions today
Elite women start in 1 hour pic.twitter.com/i115o9ZYyB
— Phil Murphy (@Phil_Sports) April 16, 2018
Boston Marathon pic.twitter.com/624jMKKQBu
— Alistair Cragg (@alistaircragg) April 16, 2018
— Boston 25 Photogs (@Boston25Photogs) April 16, 2018
Video from 200m from Boston Marathon finish line, less than an hour til women’s start. Wind will be blowing INTO runners’ faces. pic.twitter.com/3zb4V8aSx4
— LetsRun.com (@letsrundotcom) April 16, 2018
— Dan Grammatica (@gramdan1863) April 16, 2018
— big red (@hellersays) April 16, 2018
— Juli McDonald (@julimcdonald) April 16, 2018
— Mets Mang (@TheHoun31088714) April 16, 2018
(Forecasts show a 100 percent chance of precipitation until 5 p.m., so this is what it’s going to look like all day on the course.)