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5 WEST CENTRAL The biggest hill is behind the runners now, but there’s still a ways to go. Cheer on runners as they turn south onto Lindeke and rock out with the costumed SpoCon volunteers.

THE START Because of tighter security in wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, spectators won’t be allowed to mingle with runners in the starting area this year.

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6 BROADWAY AVENUE The homestretch in West Central is a convenient spot to to camp out if you’re meeting someone at the finish, and you can check out all the construction in Kendall Yards. Plus, you can truthfully yell, “Almost there!”

THE FINISH Runners can reunite with their families and fans at Riverfront Park. Lost and found will be at the entrance of City Hall.

LISA WAANANEN MAP Sources: Lilac Bloomsday Association, USDA image via Google Earth

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