Kenya’s Kipchoge Wins Men’s Marathon in Chicago (Photos)

    Volunteers got up early on a cold morning to prepare for the marathon. Their smiles helped people feel warmer. (David Yang/Vision Times)About 45,000 people joined the marathon in Chicago early on Oct. 12. (David Yang/Vision Times)Winner Eliud Kipchoge is on the right in the yellow t-shirt. Kipchoge and two other Kenyans were closely bunched at around 22 miles before he pushed ahead. (David Yang/Vision Times)

    Eliud Kipchoge, a former world track champion at 5,000 meters, won the 2014 Chicago Marathon on Oct. 12.

    He clocked 2 hours 4 minutes and 11 seconds, claiming his third marathon title in only four races at that distance, and narrowly missing his personal best of 2 hours 4 minutes and 5 seconds.

    Sammy Kitwara (2:04:28) and Dickson Chumba (2:04:32) finished second and third.

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