Worknesh Degefa and Lawrence Cherono stormed to Boston Marathon success on Monday, with the women's title won after an impressive solo run and the men's race ending in an exciting sprint finish.
The 2019 Boston Marathon will be remembered for one of the most dramatic finishes in race history.
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In the Sun Journal's tri-county coverage area, Kyle Simmons of Lewiston was the fastest finisher through the 26.2 miles with a time of 2:50:22.
Following Simmons were fellow Lewiston residents Alan Groudle, whose time of 2:57:32 was good enough for 2,078th, and Dan Pontbriand, who finished in 2:57:48 as the 2,125th finisher.
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Cape Town - South Africa's Ernst van Dyk, a 10-time victor of the Boston Marathon Pushrim Wheelchair event, has finished fifth at the 2019 edition of the famous race.
Kipkemoi was third in 2:08:07, while Kenya's Felix Kandie was fourth in 2:08:54 and Kirui fifth in 2:08:55. Degefa's winning time of 2:23:31 was 42 seconds better than Edna Kiplagat of Kenya, who finished second. Hasay was also the first American to finish in the Women's Elite race, Boston Marathon officials said.
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