The heartwarming moment when a man introduced his girlfriend after running the Boston Marathon for the first time was captured in a sweet video.
The clip, taken and shared on twitter by user Jennifer Platt under the username @Capturegirl, physiotherapist Sarah Lieneck from Massachusetts showed when she reached the finish line during the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15.
Much to Sarah's surprise, her boyfriend Tyler Greathead (27) was seen at the finish in front of her as he knelt on one knee and represented the love of his life.
Unbelievable: the moment a man offered his girlfriend after completing the Boston Marathon was captured in a cute video
Heartwarming: in the clip shared by Twitter user @Capturegirl, Sarah Lieneck looks shocked when her friend Tyler Greathead introduced her
Special: the cute video saw other runners and people watching the race around the happy couple as they cheered and clapped for them
The clip starts when Sarah and other runners walk around on the finish line of the marathon.
When Sarah stood next to her partner Tyler, he sat down on one knee, leaving Sarah in shock.
Sarah & # 39; s shocked reaction saw her first take her hands to cover her mouth, before she moved over her eyes as she burst into tears.
Emotional: Sarah can see tears of happiness in the sweet video
Meanwhile, others in the background saw Tyler and Sarah in the sweet moment, and people started cheering and clapping.
Similarly, people gathered around the couple sharing the special moment with each other.
After a short sob, Sarah took her hands away from her face and approached Tyler.
And when Tyler opened the important question, Sarah nodded her head as she tried to stop her tears.
A passerby could also be heard cheering & # 39; she said yes! & # 39;
Tyler then slid the ring onto his now-fiance's ring finger and the couple looked happier than ever when they smiled.
After the race on her Facebook page, Sarah, known as Chicky to her friends, shares her delight, both at the end of the marathon and during her engagement with the & # 39; love of her life & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I THIS IT, & # 39; she wrote, posting photos of herself leading the race – and being introduced to the finish.
& # 39; I have completed my first BOSTON MARATHON !! What a great trip, 4:04 that I am absolutely proud of.
Emotional: Sarah has shared images of the heartwarming moment on her Facebook page and shared her happiness and excitement
Enthusiasts: the happy couple (shown in October 2018) both looked very happy when Tyler placed the ring on the ring finger of his now fiance
& # 39; I had the surprise of my life at the finish, the love of my life Tyler Greathead asked me to marry him, and it was the easiest decision I ever made in my life. I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with the man of dreams. I love you !! & # 39;
The 2019 Boston Marathon took place on Monday, April 15, and started at noon.
This year's race marked the 123rd annual Boston Marathon. And despite rainy weather conditions, more than 30,000 people showed up and ran the marathon.
Winning the gold medal in the women's race was Worknesh Degefa, from Ethiopia.
According to the Boston Herald, Worknesh maintained a significant gap between herself and the rest of the runners after breaking only four miles in the race.
She finished the race with a time of 2:23:31.
The publication reported that the 29-year-old person was number 11 in the world in the marathon that started the race on Monday.
In the men's race Lawrence Cherono, from Kenya, was in first place with a small lead. The time of the 30-year-old athlete was 2:07:57.
This year's race marks the sixth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing, with two bombs exploding near the finish line of the marathon in 2013.
The bombs killed three people and injured at least 264 more.
It is also the first time that the anniversary has fallen on the same day as the marathon.
Boston officials held a moment of silence on Monday at 2.49 pm – the time of the first explosion.