An American woman just made history at the annual NYC Marathon
An American woman just made history at the annual NYC Marathon
Shalane Flanagan in action at the Boston Marathon Shalane Flanagan in action at the Boston Marathon
06 November, 2017, 01:38
Kamworor returned to Berlin in 2013, where he once again settled third in 2:06:26, as Wilson Kipsang obliterated Makau's world record with new times of 2:03:23 followed Kipchoge in 2:04:05.
"This is the moment I have dreamed off since I was a little girl", Flanagan said after the race, tears streaming down her face. The Massachusettes native said earlier that if she were to win her first major marathon on Sunday, it could be her last 26.2-mile race at age 36.
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Flanagan's win disrupted the marathon dominance of Kenya's Mary Keitany.
Keitany, victor of this year's London Marathon and the fastest ever in a women's only marathon, had been expected to run away with the race but a slow pace allowed Flanagan and others to stay with her early. Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia was third at 2:11:32.
Flanagan placed sixth in the women's marathon in at the Rio Olympics previous year, the top American finish. Flanagan also took bronze in the 10,000-meter contest at the 2008 Olympics, but in March, the International Association of Athletics Federations ruled that the silver medalist, Turkey's Elvan Abeylegesse, was being sanctioned for a positive doping case and was disqualified for a two-year period that included the Beijing Games, making Flanagan's the second-fastest time.
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