The Young and the Restless’ rules 2019 Daytime Emmys Creative Arts Awards, ‘After Forever’ surges in digital races

“Days of Our Lives” is the Daytime Emmys front-runner for Best Drama Series, according to our racetrack odds, but it was “The Young and the Restless” that ruled the Creative Arts Awards on Sunday night, May 3 (see the complete list of winners here). It took home five trophies in craft categories, more than any other program in any other field. Does that bode well for its chances on Sunday night? Our predictions center is back open, so you can make or update your forecasts here in 21 categories that are yet to be decided.

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“Y&R” was awarded for its art direction, lighting direction, sound mixing,, costume design, and hairstyling. But all four televised soaps came away with something. “Days” claimed prizes for its makeup, music, and casting. “General Hospital” was celebrated for its multi-camera editing. And “The Bold and the Beautiful” had the best technical team and the best original song (“You’re the One”). Is that a sign of things to come? Not necessarily. Last year “Days” won Best Drama Series even after it had been completely shut out at the Creative Arts Awards. Since winners are decided by voters viewing sample episode submissions, Best Drama could still be anyone’s game.

Warriors vs Clippers

Warriors aim to secure series victory over LA Clippers Los Angeles Clippers (48-34, eighth in the Western Conference during the regular season) vs. Golden State Warriors (57-25, first in the Western Conference during the regular season)

Oakland, California; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. PDT

WESTERN CONFERENCE FIRST ROUND: Golden State leads series 3-1

WARRIORS-CLIPPERS: Western Conference playoff schedule

BOTTOM LINE: The Golden State Warriors look to clinch the Western Conference first round over the Los Angeles Clippers in game five. The Warriors won the previous matchup 113-105. Kevin Durant scored 33 points to help lead Golden State to the win and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 25 points in defeat for Los Angeles.

The Warriors have gone 30-11 at home. Golden State averages 14.3 turnovers and is 27-15 in games when they have more turnovers than their opponent.

The Clippers are 22-19 on the road. Los Angeles is 23-18 in games decided by 10 points or more.

TOP PERFORMERS: Stephen Curry leads the Warriors scoring 27.3 points per game and averaging 5.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists. Durant has averaged 20.3 points and collected 3.8 rebounds while shooting 57.7 percent over the last 10 games for Golden State.

Danilo Gallinari is averaging 19.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists for the Clippers. Lou Williams has averaged 18.4 points and collected 2.9 rebounds while shooting 40.6 percent over the last 10 games for Los Angeles.

LAST 10 GAMES: Clippers: 4-6, averaging 116.1 points, 41.5 rebounds, 27.3 assists, 8.4 steals and 4.2 blocks per game while shooting 47.6 percent from the field. Their opponents have averaged 122.6 points on 48.4 percent shooting.

Warriors: 8-2, averaging 120.1 points, 47.9 rebounds, 31 assists, eight steals and 7.3 blocks per game while shooting 50.9 percent from the field. Their opponents have averaged 109.4 points on 43.5 percent shooting.

Warriors Injuries: DeMarcus Cousins: out (torn right quad), Damian Jones: out (torn left pectoral).

Man Utd vs Man City

Man Utd v Man City: How to watch Premier League on TV and live stream Manchester United are enduring a torrid run of form ahead of their crucial showdown with noisy neighbours Manchester City.

The Red Devils were trampled 4-0 by Everton on Sunday following a 3-0 humbling by Barcelona just days before. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s early impact has subsided and United have now lost six of their last eight games in all competitions.

Premier League fixtures and TV coverage They remain in the fight for a Champions League place but there’s more than just points at stake in the big derby game. City will return to the top of the Premier League table with a three games to go if they topple United.

However, Liverpool fans will be in the unique position of wanting fierce rivals United to win the game in order to put them in the driving seat for the title.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Man Utd v Man City game on TV and online. What time is the Man Utd v Man City game? Man Utd v Man City will kick off at 8:00pm on Wednesday 24th April 2019.

How to watch and live stream Man Utd v Man City You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event channels from 7:30pm. Sky Sports subscribers can also stream the match via the SkyGo app.

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How to watch Man Utd v Man City in the US
Fans can watch the game in the US via fuboTV.

The streaming service offers a free seven-day trial for new customers. Get your free fuboTV trial to watch the latest Premier League, Champions League and La Liga action You can watch most major Premier League clashes in addition to football across Europe and North America.

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United have run out of steam in the final weeks of the season.

Solskjaer has done a solid job considering the crumbling, ageing defensive options at his disposal. Unfortunately for him, the season must go on, and City will happily torment their rivals.

Real Madrid vs Leganes

Real Madrid vs Leganes Live. Zinedine Zidane’s Best Available Los Blancos Lineup Real Madrid travel to face Leganes at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque on Monday as Los Blancos’ revival under Zinedine Zidane faces another test in La Liga.

Madrid have recovered from being eliminated from both the Copa del Rey and Champions League in quick succession with four wins in their last five games, though their recent defeat away to Valencia proved that Los Blancos are still vulnerable.

Leganes are enjoying a strong season in which they have climbed to 12th in La Liga and have gone unbeaten in their last three games.

Here is a selection of ​Real Madrid’s strongest potential lineup to face Leganes in a tricky test on MondayKeylor Navas (GK) – ​Thibaut Courtois’ continued absence will provide another opportunity for Navas to regain his place on a regular basis, having impressed since returning to the side under Zidane in place of his Belgian counterpart.

Alvaro Odriozola (RB) – With long-serving first choice Dani Carvajal still a long-term absentee, Odriozola has enjoyed increased game time of late and is likely to get another chance to stake his claim to nail down his place at right back.

Raphael Varane (CB) – Despite suggestions that he could be on the move in the summer, ​Varane remains a key figure at the back for Madrid and seems crucial to Zidane’s plans at the Bernabeu.

Nacho Fernandez (CB) – With captain Sergio Ramos ruled out for up to three weeks, Madrid have had to dip into their defensive reserves. Nacho has been something of a regular at right back in recent years as a stand-in for Carvajal, but is likely to fill in for Ramos on Monday.

Marcelo (LB) – Sergio Reguilon had assumed first choice status at left back under Santiago Solari but Zidane has appeared keen to rotate between the youngster and ​Marcelo since taking the reins once more, and the Brazilian should get the nod for a tough away game at Leganes.Luka Modric (CM) – Zidane has tended to rotate his side from game to game since taking charge at the Bernabeu, but ​Modric has remained the one ever-present in Los Blancos’ engine room under the Frenchman and is a hugely influential figure for Madrid.

Casemiro (CM) – Having been an indispensable figure in midfield in recent years, ​Casemiro has found himself less of a staple at the heart of Madrid’s midfield recently. Zidane opted to start Federico Valverde ahead of the Brazilian last time out against Eibar, but Casemiro should return on Monday.

Isco (CM) – Arguably the player enjoying the greatest renaissance under Zidane, ​Isco appeared virtually out of the picture earlier in the season under Solari, but has since repaid Zidane’s show of faith with some strong performances. Los Blancos play with far greater fluidity and purpose in midfield when Isco is in the side.Gareth Bale (RW) – Another player who has regained favour under Zidane, ​Bale remains one of Madrid’s biggest goalscoring threats and Los Blancos appear far more dangerous with the Welshman in attack. Lucas Vazquez started ahead of Bale last time out, but offered less of an outlet in front of goal and Bale should be restored on Monday.

Karim Benzema (ST) – Despite having endured a less prolific season than he is generally accustomed to, ​Benzema remains an important figure as the spearhead of Madrid’s attack, with Zidane lacking an adequate alternative at centre forward. The Frenchman scored a match-winning brace in Madrid’s previous game against Eibar.

Marco Asensio (LW) – The long-term injury sustained by rising star Vinicius Junior came as a blow to Los Blancos, but it also provided an opportunity for ​Asensio to regain his place in Madrid’s attack, and the Spaniard has begun to regain his form under Zidane.

NBA Playoffs

NBA Playoffs 2019 Live : The 2019 NBA playoffs is the postseason tournament of the National Basketball Association’s 2018–19 season. The playoffs began on April 13 and will end with the NBA Finals, which are expected to start on May 30. NBA Playoffs 2019 are here, so we are just weeks away from seeing which team which hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy after winning the 2019 NBA Finals.

The NBA playoffs continued Sunday with four more first-round series. To kick off the day, the fourth-seeded Boston Celtics used a phenomenal defensive performance in the second half to crush the visiting Indiana Pacers. During the third quarter, the Boston held Indiana to just 2-of-19 shooting from the field, and outscored the Pacers 26-8 in the frame.

Things then swung over to the Western Conference for the second contest of the day between the third-seeded Portland Trail Blazers and sixth-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder. Using a 39-point opening quarter to jump ahead, the Blazers held control against the Thunder, leading them for all but 23 seconds of Game 1.

In the evening slate, the East’s top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks embarrassed the eighth-seeded Detroit Pistons, beating them by a score of 121-86. The Pistons were without Blake Griffin, who continues to be out on a day-to-day basis due to a knee injury. Giannis Antetokounmpo only had to play 23 minutes in the blowout, posting 24 points and 16 rebounds in limited action.

Lastly, reigning MVP James Harden and the Houston Rockets jumped out to a double-digit lead in the first quarter over the Utah Jazz, and never trailed again. Harden finished with 29 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists in the 32-point win.

Looking back, this should’ve been a bit more predictable than it felt. The Sixers don’t defend the pick and roll well, and the Nets are a top-10 great pick-and-roll team. Joel Embiid was not 100 percent and not himself. Ben Simmons has shown us that his inability to shoot is a much bigger problem in the playoffs than it tends to be in the regular season, and indeed he spent most of Game 1 getting in the way by doing pretty much nothing to the tune of nine points — most of which were at the end and pretty insignificant — on nine shots for a team-worst minus-21.

Finally, for as solid a defensive team as the Sixers are from a metrics standpoint, they don’t have a plethora of one-on-one lockdown defenders outside of Jimmy Butler. Bottom line: The Sixers just couldn’t stay in front of the Nets, executed their five-wide thing to perfection, spreading the Sixers to their breaking point then just breaking them down with their multiple playmakers for finishes at the rim and drive-and-kick threes. Brooklyn had six guys score in double digits, led by D’Angelo Russell’s 26, Caris LaVert’s 23 and Spencer Dinwiddie’s 18. They hit 11 3-pointers to Philly’s three. The Nets only had 15 assists because, again, they were beating the Sixers one on one.

None of this seems unsustainable for Brooklyn. The Sixers dropped their bigs on pick and rolls, and just in general, to invite mid-range shots, and Russell is not just going to stop making those. It’s his bread and butter. Dinwiddie isn’t going to stop getting to the rim. The Sixers can’t stay in front of him and he’s seriously one of the best drivers in the league. The Sixers don’t have the depth to chase around all of Brooklyn’s shooters. If Embiid can’t come back and dominate inside (which he should be able to do if he is healthy-ish) and perhaps get the Nets into some foul trouble, the Nets can beat Philly.

Embiid shot way too many threes in Game 1, but again, a lot of this is the presence of Simmons, who doesn’t command a defender on the perimeter, so they put him down low which pushes Embiid out to the 3-point line. Everything Philly does is as much about getting around what Simmons can’t do as it is what anyone else can do. Jimmy Butler was terrific, and as Simmons becomes more and more of an anchor, Butler will have to carry more and more of the offensive load, not just from a scoring standpoint but also from a playmaking standpoint. I don’t want to jump on the Game 1 panic boat, but this was not a fluke. Brooklyn can beat Philly three more times. Whether they will, who knows. But they certainly can.

Warriors vs Clippers

Warriors vs Clippers Live : The Warriors took the Clippers best shot, but thanks to Stephen Curry, took a 1-0 series lead, too. Warriors vs Clippers could very well be the lone mismatch in these playoffs because simple arithmetic says so. Get a summary of the Golden State Warriors vs. LA Clippers basketball game.

The start of the NBA Playoffs over the weekend was hardly devoid of any drama as nearly half of the series saw the lower seed pull off a Game One upset.

But even with a cold shooting night from Klay Thompson and a Kevin Durant ejection, the Warriors still managed to handle business, knocking down the first of their sixteen roadblocks along the tumultuous path to 3-peat glory.

With that being said, let’s take a look at some questions going into Game Two.
The West’s top-ranked Golden State Warriors looked like the defending champions as they began their quest for a three-peat on Saturday night when they faced off against the No. 8 seed Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the playoffs. Golden State took the regular-season series 3-1 over the Clippers, and they continued their dominance over their Pacific Division rival in the first matchup of their best-of-seven series as Stephen Curry was unstoppable on the offensive end which helped the Warriors pick up a convincing 121-104 victory at Oracle Arena.

With Game 2 set to be played on Tuesday night, the Warriors will have another opportunity to move one step closer toward claiming their fourth NBA championship over the course of the last five seasons.

Here’s everything you need to know about this first-round matchup between the Warriors and the Clippers. Clippers: The Clippers are one of the feel-good stories of the postseason, as not too many picked them to be there prior to the season’s start. They will have their hands full when it comes to the Warriors, but the matchup should provide the team with some solid experience regardless.

Warriors: The Warriors enter the postseason as the heavy favorite to win their third consecutive title. The team was clearly coasting for large portions of the regular season, but now that the postseason is here, their focus and performance will likely elevate.

Matchups to watch
1. Steve Kerr vs. Doc Rivers: Two of the game’s premier coaches will go head-to-head in this series. Both have had ample success in the postseason, and both know what to expect. Playoff basketball becomes much more of a chess match, as teams play each other multiple times in a row, and it will be interesting to see how these two counteract each other.

2. Patrick Beverley vs. Steph Curry: Beverley likes to make things as difficult as possible for his opponents, and he will surely be tasked with trying to slow Curry at times throughout the series. A matchup between the league’s deadliest shooter and one of its most tenacious defenders promises to be exciting.

3. Draymond Green vs. His emotions: Green led the league with 16 technical fouls during the regular season, and his emotions have gotten the best of him in the postseason in the past. The Warriors won’t want to lose Green for a game due to suspension (we all remember what happened when that occurred in 2016), so he will have to try to keep himself in check.

Series prediction, pick
Warriors in four: The Clippers have had a solid season, but it will end in short order against the Warriors. The Clippers simply don’t have the firepower to keep up with a focused Golden State team that boasts five All-Stars in their first five. The Warriors will likely use the first round series against the Clippers as a tune up to get ready for a potential big test against the Houston Rockets in the second round.

76ers vs Nets

76ers vs Nets Live : Embiid, the Philadelphia 76ers’ All-Star center, is doubtful to play Saturday in Game 1 of the first-round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets because of tendinitis in his left knee that cost him most of the final month of the season

Spencer Dinwiddie and the Brooklyn Nets will look to steal Game 1 on Saturday as they travel to Philadelphia to take on Ben Simmons and a potential Joel Embiid-less 76ers squad at 2:30 p.m. ET in the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Brooklyn is red-hot heading into the playoffs, having won three straight. Those wins all came against playoff contenders, highlighted by road wins over the Eastern Conference No. 1 and No. 5 seeds. They will attempt to pull off another road win over one of the East’s best on Saturday against the No. 3 seed Sixers. Philly limps into the playoffs as losers of four of their past six games. Injuries to Joel Embiid and Jimmy Butler have limited them, and Embiid’s (knee) status is very much in jeopardy for Game 1. Sportsbooks list Philadelphia as a 5.5-point home favorite, while the over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 229 in the latest Sixers vs. Nets odds. Before you make any 76ers vs. Nets picks, be sure to see the NBA predictions from the proven projection model at SportsLine.

This model, which simulates every game 10,000 times, is crushing its NBA picks. It entered Week 26 of the 2018-19 NBA season with a sterling 292-234 record on all top-rated picks, returning over $4,000 in profit to anybody following them. And it has been particularly red-hot on its A-rated NBA picks against the spread, entering Week 26 on a strong 76-59 run. Anybody who has followed it is way up.

Now it has locked in on Sixers vs. Nets. We can tell you model is leaning under, and it also says one side of the spread hits in nearly 60 percent of simulations. You can only see that pick at SportsLine.

The model is well aware of how well equipped Philadelphia’s defense is to limit Brooklyn’s main source of offense, D’Angelo Russell. Russell is not among the league’s fastest guards, instead relying on size and craftiness to find good looks. Generally, those types of scorers don’t do well against a Philadelphia team that has incredible size and length defensively. Ben Simmons and Jimmy Butler are the exact type of defenders that give Russell trouble.

Philly’s length has helped hold opponents to the fifth-fewest points from mid-range (10-to-24 feet), which is where Russell excels. No point guard has scored more points per game from mid-range than him. Russell also ranks fifth in made 3-pointers among point guards, and the Sixers have allowed the fourth fewest made threes.

But just because Philly matches up well there doesn’t guarantee it will cover the Sixers vs. Nets spread in the NBA Playoffs 2019.

The model is also well aware that Brooklyn has been one of Vegas’ most undervalued teams this season, as evidenced by its eighth-ranked cover rate (54.9 percent). Brooklyn covered the spread in three of four regular season meetings with the Sixers, and with Embiid (knee) possibly not ready to take the floor for the start of the 2019 NBA Playoffs, Brooklyn could have the upper hand.

The 76ers are just 8-10 on the year in games Embiid has missed. While Philly has been strong at home, the Nets boast the NBA’s third-best road cover rate (61 percent).Joel Embiid’s troublesome knee has thrown a wrench into everyone’s prep work for the series, but one thing remains clear: no one is backing down on their predictions or moving their odds too dramatically. The Sixers remain a pretty overwhelming favorite heading into this series, and they should be, Embiid or not.

Let’s run through how some experts think this series will unfold, whether they set up shop in Philadelphia or the Vegas strip.

Predictions
The overwhelming consensus, from what I gather, seems to be Sixers in five games. A very wise and handsome writer for this website happened to make that pick, so it is obviously the refined choice for basketball experts everywhere.

(I promise, I do not actually think or talk like this and I would hope one of you would sucker punch me at a game if that were the case. But please read the series preview if you haven’t yet, I think you’ll learn a little something.)

Anyway, let’s see what most of the world had to say about this series before Joel Embiid decided to inject some chaos into round one.

Rich Hofmann and Derek Bodner, The Athletic — Sixers in five.

Boston Marathon 2019

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The most famous part of the course comes in between the 20th and 21st mile — Heartbreak Hill. It is an uphill portion of less than a half mile as the runners pass near the campus of Boston College, but it’s considered a crucial part of the race because it’s where participants’ energy often is depleted as they “hit the wall.”

There, in 1936, defending champion Johnny Kelley caught race leader Tarzan Brown and gave him a pat on the shoulder as he passed. However, Brown rallied to win and according to the Boston Globe’s account of the race, “broke Kelley’s heart” — hence the name Heartbreak Hill.

Course records: The men’s record is held by Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya, who won the 2011 marathon in 2:03:02. The women’s record, set in 2014, is by Bezunesh Deba of Ethiopia in 2:19:59.
In what organizers said were the coldest race conditions in 30 years — a chilly 39 degrees at the start — runners bundled in layers, gloves, hats and jackets to counter the rain and wind at last year’s marathon.

Desi Linden became the first American woman to win since 1985 when she crossed the finish line in 2:39:54. The two-time U.S. Olympian finally broke through in Boston after finishing fourth in 2017 and second in 2011.

In the men’s race, Yuki Kawauchi of Japan won his first Boston Marathon in 2:15:58. The last Japanese man to win was Toshihiko Seko in 1987.

World marathon majors: Boston is among the six largest marathons, along with Tokyo, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York City. A special prize purse is given to runners who accumulate the most points in the majors.

World Wars: Just five national sporting events were held during the two World Wars, and the Boston Marathon was one. The others? The Kentucky Derby, Penn Relays, Rose Parade and Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Tragedy: 2019 marks the six-year anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, when two explosions took place only a few seconds apart at the finish line.

A review of video from the scene focused a tense search for two brothers from Chechnya Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed in an encounter with police three days after the bombing. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev finally was captured and sentenced to death by execution after a jury found him responsible for killing three people, seriously maiming 17 and injuring hundreds more.

A San Francisco man who’s running in Monday’s Boston Marathon has had a unique training regimen: he’s spent years doing laps inside San Quentin State Prison.

Weeks after stepping out of San Quentin Prison, Markelle Taylor is realizing his dream of running the Boston Marathon.Most of Taylor’s training comes from years in the 1,000 Mile Club, a running group inside San Quentin led by volunteer coaches.

“What I do is concentrate on my breathing, my running,” Taylor said. “It’s my way of meditating, it’s my way of being free.”Club members compete in the annual San Quentin Marathon — 105 laps around the prison yard.

Head coach Frank Ruona says Taylor has owned first place.“He holds all the San Quentin records for all the distances,” Ruona said.

Taylor has also made strides turning his life around.After serving almost 18 years behind bars for a second degree murder conviction, the 46-year-old San Francisco man got his sentence commuted.

“Through my God, my spiritual transformation and through my running, (they) gave me my healing and my purpose,” Taylor explained.Christine Yoo met him while directing a documentary on the running club, called “26.2 to Life: the San Quentin Prison Marathon.”

Yoo worked to make Taylor’s Boston marathon dream a reality.“As soon as he was found suitable for parole, for whatever reason, I … saw in my mind that he was crossing the finish line in Boston,” she remembered.

Taylor ran the San Quentin marathon in 3 hours, 10 minutes and 42 seconds, his personal best.It qualified him for Boston but the entry deadline passed.

With the help of the race director Dave McGillivray, who started the nation’s first prison running club in Massachusetts, Yoo found a way for Markelle to run.

He got a spot as a part of a charity team — the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts.Recently, an online campaign raised the money he needed to join the team: $8,500 donated to the nonprofit’s economic and social justice mission.

Taylor, who has been averaging a race a week training with volunteer coaches, hopes to complete the Boston Marathon in under three hours.

“He actually was the first 40 and older runner to finish the Oakland half marathon. He took first place,” noted coach Ruona.

Volunteer coach Diana Fitzpatrick added that Taylor’s attitude makes all the difference.“He’s open to changing, improving, getting better, listening to advice, listening to coaches,” she observed.

The same qualities are helping him settle into his new job, transitional housing and new opportunities.

“I’m a winner in the fact that I did the work to allow myself a second chance at freedom and, by going to Boston, that’s another blessing,” Taylor said.And when he crosses the finish line, he hopes it’s the start of many milestones in his marathon of life.

Marathon

Boston Marathon 2019 Live : It’s time for the 123rd Boston Marathon 2019. Here’s all the start time, weather forecast, start time, Boston Marathon 2019 race map info you need to Here’s Boston Marathon all the info you need to Children played on the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Sunday.

BOSTON, MA — Can’t cheer on the runners in person? Maybe you have work, live elsewhere, or don’t want to spend the day in the rain at the 2019 Boston Marathon. Thankfully there are plenty of ways to watch the live TV broadcast and catch the live stream of the action online.

WBZ-TV is covering the Boston Marathon live and you can catch it on CBS local stream online, which can be seen here. You can also catch live national coverage on NBC Sports. And if you are watching internationally, you can see who is carrying the race here.

Because of a deal with the BAA, WBZ has exclusive live coverage on Monday, April 16 from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET on WBZ-TV (channel 4 in Boston). Then you can find a complete rerun (no pun intended) starting at 8 p.m. on myTV38

CBSBoston.com will have the live streaming complete with finish line camera.NBC Sports also has a multi-year contract with the BAA. Here’s what you can expect:

Pre-Race Show on Sunday, April 14 at 8 p.m. ET on Olympic Channel
Live Race Coverage on Monday, April 15 from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network Primetime Replay on Monday, April 15 at 8 p.m. ET on Universal HD

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Boston Marathon 2019: Security, What Not To BringRunners from around the world will flock to Massachusetts to participate in the storied Boston Marathon on April 15. An estimated 30,000 athletes are expected to take on the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boston in the 2019 race.

Runners leave Hopkinton in predetermined waves based on division and qualifying time. The men’s push rim wheelchair division starts the race at 9:02 a.m., followed two minutes later by the women’s push rim division, and then the handcycle and duo competitors at 9:25 a.m.

The elite women’s field crosses the starting line at 9:32 a.m., and the elite men start at 10. The rest of the runners are broken down into groups, with Wave One starting at 10:02 a.m., Wave Two at 10:25 a.m., and Waves Three and Four going together at 10:30 a.m., a change due to the weather forecast this year, according to the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.).

Need to get there by MBTA or hoping to grab lunch before you do your cheering? Find the perfect viewing spot for you with this interactive map. Or, check out this list of the 10 best spots to watch the marathon — from Ashland to finish line.

If you want to skip the crowds in favor of some refreshments, here are 10 Boston bars where you can watch the marathon live.City and race officials are urging spectators to leave their cars at home on Marathon Monday and instead rely on public transportation due to the expected road closures and parking restrictions for the race. The Commuter Rail is offering a $15 special pass for unlimited travel on the system through all zones that is valid all day Monday.

If you do plan on driving, traffic and parking restrictions will be in place in Boston. Check with the other towns and communities along the route for local impacts.

Those who will be taking public transportation will encounter some changes, too. The MBTA’s Copley Station will be closed all day on Marathon Monday. Three other Green Line stops will be impacted by the race. South Street (B Branch), Kent Street (C Branch), and St. Mary’s Street (C Branch) will be closed between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. For additional public transportation and commute info, check here

Boston Marathon 2019

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This year’s Boston Marathon, which will be held Monday, will be the 123rd running of the race that winds its way 26.2 miles from the town of Hopkinton to the finish line at Copley Square in downtown Boston.

It is the world’s oldest annual marathon, having started in 1897 after the successful debut of the marathon at the first modern Olympics in 1896.

Race date: The Boston Marathon is traditionally held on Patriots Day, the third Monday in April. The Boston Red Sox also have a traditional home game on Patriots Day with an early 11:05 a.m. first pitch. This year, the Red Sox play host to the Baltimore Orioles.

Signature feature: The most famous part of the course comes in between the 20th and 21st mile — Heartbreak Hill. It is an uphill portion of less than a half mile as the runners pass near the campus of Boston College, but it’s considered a crucial part of the race because it’s where participants’ energy often is depleted as they “hit the wall.”

There, in 1936, defending champion Johnny Kelley caught race leader Tarzan Brown and gave him a pat on the shoulder as he passed. However, Brown rallied to win and according to the Boston Globe’s account of the race, “broke Kelley’s heart” — hence the name Heartbreak Hill.

Course records: The men’s record is held by Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya, who won the 2011 marathon in 2:03:02. The women’s record, set in 2014, is by Bezunesh Deba of Ethiopia in 2:19:59.
In what organizers said were the coldest race conditions in 30 years — a chilly 39 degrees at the start — runners bundled in layers, gloves, hats and jackets to counter the rain and wind at last year’s marathon.

Desi Linden became the first American woman to win since 1985 when she crossed the finish line in 2:39:54. The two-time U.S. Olympian finally broke through in Boston after finishing fourth in 2017 and second in 2011.

In the men’s race, Yuki Kawauchi of Japan won his first Boston Marathon in 2:15:58. The last Japanese man to win was Toshihiko Seko in 1987.

World marathon majors: Boston is among the six largest marathons, along with Tokyo, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York City. A special prize purse is given to runners who accumulate the most points in the majors.

World Wars: Just five national sporting events were held during the two World Wars, and the Boston Marathon was one. The others? The Kentucky Derby, Penn Relays, Rose Parade and Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Tragedy: 2019 marks the six-year anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings on April 15, 2013, when two explosions took place only a few seconds apart at the finish line.

A review of video from the scene focused a tense search for two brothers from Chechnya Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed in an encounter with police three days after the bombing. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev finally was captured and sentenced to death by execution after a jury found him responsible for killing three people, seriously maiming 17 and injuring hundreds more.

Yoo worked to make Taylor’s Boston marathon dream a reality.“As soon as he was found suitable for parole, for whatever reason, I … saw in my mind that he was crossing the finish line in Boston,” she remembered.

Taylor ran the San Quentin marathon in 3 hours, 10 minutes and 42 seconds, his personal best.It qualified him for Boston but the entry deadline passed.

With the help of the race director Dave McGillivray, who started the nation’s first prison running club in Massachusetts, Yoo found a way for Markelle to run.

He got a spot as a part of a charity team — the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts.Recently, an online campaign raised the money he needed to join the team: $8,500 donated to the nonprofit’s economic and social justice mission.

Taylor, who has been averaging a race a week training with volunteer coaches, hopes to complete the Boston Marathon in under three hours.

“He actually was the first 40 and older runner to finish the Oakland half marathon. He took first place,” noted coach Ruona.