The 49th running of the New York City Marathon on Sunday was marked by a major upset on the women’s side.
Joyciline Jepkosgeiof of Kenya came out on top Sunday, winning the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon in her debut running in the race with an unofficial finish time of 2 hours, 22 minutes, and 38 seconds 윈도우7 익스플로러11 다운로드.
Jepkosgei overtook the reigning champion Mary Keitany in the last half of the race who was attempting her fifth title in six years at the New York City Marathon on Sunday pycharm 다운로드. A year ago, 37-year-old Keitany finished 17 seconds off the course record. Keitany had dominated the New York City Marathon since her first victory in 2014 Yesform. She followed with two more consecutive titles, including a dominant conquest in 2016 when she won by more than 3 1/2 minutes.
She slowed in 2017, opening the door for Shalane Flanagan to become the first American woman to win in New York since Miki Gorman in 1976-77, but returned last year with her fastest mark yet, in 2 hours, 22 minutes, 48 seconds — not far off Maraget Okayo’s 2:22:31 course record from 2003 다폰트 다운로드.
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On the men’s side, reigning champion Lelisa Desisa dropped out of the New York City Marathon after completing just seven miles, perhaps hurting following a grueling victory at the sweltering world championships last month Windows7 Internet Explorer 10.
Desisa, who is from Ethiopia, was in 17th place at the seven-mile mark before leaving the course on Sunday youtube auto-generated subtitles.
It was 45 degrees at the start of the men’s race, ideal for marathoning.
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Desisa was attempting to defend his title 29 days after winning worlds in Doha, Qatar, in boiling conditions he described this week as “dangerous.” With a temperature of 84 degrees F for the midnight start, 18 of 73 men didn’t finish that race 윈도우 10 미디어 플레이어 다운로드.
Roughly 52,000 took to the streets of New York City on Sunday on the trek to the finish line in Central Park after winding through New York’s five boroughs 사이툴 다운로드.
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Among those on the streets of the Big Apple included former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber, who was running his sixth straight NYC Marathon.
“Orange Is the New Black” actor Uzo Aduba was running the race for the second time, while Luke Kirby from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” was making his debut in the race.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates. The Associated Press contributed to this report.