By Paul D. Bowker | April 20, 2018, 12:01 a.m. (ET)
Tatyana McFadden crosses the finish line to win the women's push rim wheelchair race at the 120th Boston Marathon on April 18, 2016 in Boston.


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Tatyana McFadden, a 17-time Paralympic medalist who won the women’s wheelchair title in the Boston Marathon this past Monday, is among the U.S. athletes competing in Sunday’s London Marathon.

She is attempting to win the Boston-London double for the fifth time.

The marathon also includes elite women’s and men’s fields. The starting times for those races are at 4:15 and 5 a.m. ET Sunday.

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The elite men’s field includes Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya, Kenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia and Mo Farah of Great Britain.

Unlike the chilly conditions that greeted runners in Boston, weather forecasts Sunday in London call for temperatures to be in the upper 60s.

TV: 3:30 a.m. ET Sunday, NBCSN 

Paul D. Bowker is a freelance contributor to on behalf of Red Line Editorial, Inc.