BOSTON (CBS) — It is a rainy and windy day for the 122nd Boston Marathon. But that isn’t stopping thousands of runners.

Elite runners, participants running for charity, and wheelchair competitors alike took to the streets from Hopkinton to Boylston Street on Marathon Monday.

Here’s a look at some of the video highlights:

Yuki Kawauchi Wins Boston Marathon Men’s Title

Desi Linden Celebrates Boston Marathon Title

‘Thank You Boston!’: Yuki Kawauichi Grateful For Boston Marathon Crowd Support

Women’s Champion Desi Linden Initially Thought She Would Drop Out Of Boston Marathon

Exhausted Boston Marathon Champion Desi Linden ‘Left It All Out There’

Desi Linden First American Woman To Win Boston Marathon In 33 Years

‘I Just Had To Come Back:’ Tatyana McFadden Wins Boston Marathon Year After Frustrating Race

Tatyana McFadden Wins Boston Marathon Women’s Wheelchair Race

Marcel Hug Wins 2018 Boston Marathon Wheelchair Race

Race Director Talks About Hypothermia Concerns

Bombing Survivor Patrick Downes Completes 2018 Marathon

Marblehead’s Shalane Flanagan Forced To Make Boston Marathon Pit Stop

Tatyana McFadden Battles The Conditions At Boston Marathon

2014 Champion Meb Keflezighi Running For Team MR8

Team Big Heart Running Boston Marathon For Joseph Middlemiss Big Heart Foundation

57 Visually Impaired Runners To Participate In 2018 Boston Marathon

Race Director Dave McGillivray: ‘All Systems Go’ Despite Bad Weather

Dick Hoyt: Worst Boston Marathon Weather I’ve Ever Seen

Adam Keys, Patrick Downes On Competing In 2018 Boston Marathon

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