Ethiopia’s Seifu Tura received the lads’s race within the return of the Chicago Marathon on Sunday, ending forward of fourth-placed Kengo Suzuki.
Kenya’s Ruth Chepngetich received the ladies’s occasion in her debut within the marathon, which was canceled final yr because of well being and security issues throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Suzuki, 26, missed the rostrum by slightly below two minutes in his first race since he received the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon in February in a nationwide report time.
Tura completed 23 seconds forward of second-placed American Galen Rupp, a four-time Olympian and Chicago Marathon winner in 2017, crossing the road in 2 hours, 6 minutes, 12 seconds to enhance on his sixth place end in Chicago in 2019.
Suzuki, whose 2:04:56 on the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon made him the primary Japanese man to run a sub-2:05 marathon, completed in 2:08:50.
Reigning world champion Chepngetich clocked 2:22:31 in her first race on U.S. soil. She was adopted throughout the road by American Emma Bates, who clocked a private finest 2:24:20 for second place.
The ladies’s wheelchair winner was Tatyana McFadden and the lads’s wheelchair race was received by Daniel Romanchuk, each who received observe gold medals for the USA on the Tokyo Paralympics.
Switzerland’s Marcel Hug, the high-profile wheelchair racer often called the “Silver Bullet” who defended his T54 wheelchair marathon title on the Tokyo Video games, crossed only one second behind Romanchuk.
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