I will give credit to Gia Alvarez (RunGiaRun) for owning up to both giving her bib away and registering for Boston 2016 using that runner’s time.
There are couple of lessons to be learned here. The first is that Boston takes bib swapping very seriously. They take it especially seriously if you enter using someone else’s time.
The 2nd lesson is that it is always best to come clean and own your mistakes. Had Mike Rossi owned up to cheating at LVM in 2014, we probably would not remember his name.