A jogging YouTuber called out police at the Boston Marathon for racially attacking a hotspot near grueling Heartbreak Hill.

A cheerleading zone at mile 21 of the race was heavily guarded by police presence, much to the dismay of the spectators in attendance.

The Boston Herald says the Pioneers Run Crew was hosting a rally at a cheerleading area at Mile 21, a notoriously rough stretch of the run in Newton, filled with grills and barbecues with music to add to the fun.

Remy B Reel (real name Mike Remy), a member of the club, filmed some of his interactions with the police.

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Police officers walk near the finish line during the 127th Boston Marathon in Boston, Massachusetts on April 17, 2023. – 30,239 people signed up to run the 26.2-mile (42.2 km) race ) from a total of 106 countries and all 50 US states. This year is also the 10th anniversary of the 2013 attacks. (Photo by JOSE PREZIOSO)

«It’s not the kind of reporting I’m trying to do here, but we have [cops] over here, and hella cops right behind us. Why are we surrounded by the police? Why are we surrounded by cops?» she asked in the video.

Remy also asked the police if «that [was] like this throughout the course.

The YouTuber showed footage from early in the race when he high-fied several riders.

«I know at mile 21, I’d like to do a high five,» he said later in the video.

«We can’t cheer anymore. I guess we can’t cheer anymore…» he continued. «Are we cheering too hard? Are we rooting for our friends too much?»

Remy said the police presence did a lot to get the air out of my balloons, the wind out of my sails, if you will.»

Runners run down Boylston Street in the rain at the 127th Boston Marathon.

Runners run down Boylston Street in the rain at the 127th Boston Marathon. (Jessica Rinaldi/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

«There just aren’t a lot of black and brown people in the sport,» Remy told BuzzFeed, since his club consists mainly of black racers. «It just doesn’t feel like a coincidence that the cheer zone that was policed ​​is the cheer zone that was organized by Black and Latino people.»

«Thank you so much for sharing this. I ran Boston yesterday and let me tell you, the Pioneers/Trailblazehers cheer zone in the rain at mile 21 was the highlight of my entire run and absolutely propelled me up that hill,» one user from YouTuber named Winston Vaughan commented. «It is a treasure to be cherished and celebrated, not over-guarded. What happened [sic] Yesterday was heartbreaking and I hope the BAA and the City of Newton will step up and take action.»

When @diversewerun posted the video of Reelthe account user claimed to see «groups of [not Black] drunk college students vomiting on the race track and running free on and off the track» just a half mile from the track.

Runners crest Heartbreak Hill during the 127th Boston Marathon.

Runners crest Heartbreak Hill during the 127th Boston Marathon. (Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

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More than 30,000 people ran the race on Monday.