Updated on November 1 at 4:30 p.m.
More than 50,000 runners from around the world participated in the New York City Marathon on Sunday, weaving through all five boroughs for 26.2 miles.
In the men’s group, Stanley Biwott of Kenya finished first in the 45th annual race, with an official time of two hours, 10 minutes, and 34 seconds, the Associated Press reported. Biwott beat Geoffrey Kamworor, also of Kenya, by 14 seconds. Biwott’s time tops that of the defending champion, Wilson Kipsang of Kenya, who finished last year’s race in two hours, 10 minutes, and 59 seconds. Kipsang finished Sunday’s race fourth.
In the women’s group, Mary Keitany of Kenya placed first for the second straight year with a time of two hours, 24 minutes, and 25 seconds. She beat Aselefech Mergia of Ethiopia by 67 seconds—the largest margin of victory since Paula Radcliffe of Britain won in 2008.
Ernst Van Dyk of South Africa won the marathon’s wheelchair division, beating American Josh George by just a second, with a time of one hour, 30 minutes, and 54 seconds. Tatyana McFadden, a Russian-born American, won the wheelchair contest for the third consecutive year, finishing in one hour, 43 minutes, and four seconds, and setting a new record.