Twin Cities Marathon still running at 40

The Twin Cities Marathon, beginning in Minneapolis and ending in St. Paul, celebrates 40 years this weekend.
1982: Sally Brent of Sioux City, Iowa, was the first woman across the finish line.
1983: The only pursuers in sight of Allan Zachariasen were on bicycles as he passed the St. Paul Cathedral and headed for the finish line.
2000: Runners passed the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture.
Runners were a blur during the 2013 Twin Cities Marathon.
1995: Elizabeth Skinner clapped as her children, Erik 6, and Amanda, 10, cheered for runners as they cross the finish line.
1995: The start always is a crush of humanity.
2009: The elite runners set their watches at the start before the gun.
2006: Spike, a curious West Highland White Terrier owned by Mark and Sherri Ginther, checked out all the sights and sounds along Lyndale Avenue
1990: After finishing the marathon, J.C. Hoffman of Wayzata quenched his thirst with water, not the beer that was his incentive during the run.
2005: The fluids for the elite runners were lined up on tables near Mile 19.
2000: Volunteer Dan Whelan crushed left over water cups after the water stop at Mile 7 closed.
2004: Dennis Simonaitis was pumped after finishing 12th in the marathon.
2015: Finishing medals await their runners.
2005: A medal to mark the marathon.
2016: Runners left the start line.
2005: Former Viking and state Supreme Court justic Alan Page played “Whistle While You Work” over and over for marathoners near his home in Minneapolis.
2010: Wheelchair racers headed up Douglas Avenue near the 2 1/2-mile mark.
1996: Runners kept pace along Minnehaha Parkway near Nicollet Avenue.
1987: Tony Possehl and Bart Bardwell approached the finish.
1996: Wheelchair winner Saul Mendoza hit the tape.
2014: Esther Erb was the first woman in at the marathon.
1982: Looking exhausted, winner Alan Zachariasen of Denmark stood on the victory stand in St. Paul.