The Boston Marathon has gotten so popular that almost 35-thousand runners applied this year, and they had to reject almost five thousand because they had maxed out.

There are several runners from Idaho that were lucky enough to get in, including more than twenty from Boise.

It's the 120th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday, and it gets started at 8:50am Eastern, or 6:50am our time if you want to check it out online.

Boise Weekly says 100 runners from Idaho will be part of the race today, and 25 of them are from Boise.  Two sisters from Meridian are running too.  They've all got a max of six hours to finish the 26.2 mile race.

Good luck Boise runners!  The first numbers listed here are the BIB number and the wave, or grouping, that they'll start with, according to the public info I dug up on the Boston Marathon website.

16279 3/1 Adolph, Cathy 40 F Boise ID USA USA
14187 2/7 Barton, Kaylee 46 F Boise ID USA USA
20500 3/5 Battersby, Sarah 41 F Boise ID USA USA
10793 2/3 Beiting, Anastasia M. 28 F Boise ID USA USA
8136 2/1 Cervantes, Jose L 45 M Boise ID USA USA
2454 1/3 Delfavero, Jeffrey 28 M Boise ID USA USA
2870 1/3 Faught, David 42 M Boise ID USA USA
11487 2/4 Fischer, Leanna 40 F Boise ID USA USA
8378 2/1 Foote, Kurt 50 M Boise ID USA USA
13561 2/6 Fulfer, Clay 52 M Boise ID USA USA
11677 2/4 Hancock, Rob 47 M Boise ID USA USA
8577 2/1 Hennessy, Jeff 61 M Boise ID USA USA
16253 3/1 Jones, Lauren N. 26 F Boise ID USA USA
5196 1/6 Klodowski, Emily L 31 F Boise ID USA USA
17748 3/2 Kornkven, Elizabeth J 27 F Boise ID USA USA
9804 2/2 Myers, Dane C. 50 M Boise ID USA USA
20078 3/5 Nelson, Dale J 55 M Boise ID USA USA
12238 2/5 O'Dell, Mike 48 M Boise ID USA USA
13959 2/6 Podgorski, Natalie 26 F Boise ID USA USA
7017 1/8 Pyle, Press 44 M Boise ID USA USA
19827 3/4 Quilici, Sarah B. 36 F Boise ID USA USA
19154 3/4 Smith, Caroline 45 F Boise ID USA USA
19413 3/4 Snow, Jennifer 44 F Boise ID USA USA
4474 1/5 Tiemann, Kevin 34 M Boise ID USA USA
8104 2/1 Walter, Kevin D 42 M Boise ID USA USA

It's been three years since the bombing incident, and one of the survivors who lost a limb will be running the race.  Patrick Downes threw out the first pitch at Sunday’s Red Sox game, and after losing one leg in the attack, he'll become one of the first two bombing victims to come back and run the marathon on Monday.  His wife lost both legs, and she's been a big supporter as he gets back on track.

So many emotional stories will come from the race tomorrow.  And we'll have our fingers crossed the Idahoans to finish strong.

Hey, don't forget about the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure too!  It's May 7th in Downtown Boise.  You can register here on our website for that one, and you only have to manage a 5K that day.  It's spring, the weather is great, and it's time to get movin'!