Dominic Ondoro and Abraha Serkelam Bise won the men's and women's Twin Cities Marathon Sunday morning, finishing in just over two hours.
They were among the thousands of runners who raced from downtown Minneapolis to the state Capitol.
Ondoro, 28, of Kenya won the Twin Cities Marathon with a time of 2 hours, 11 minutes, 16 seconds. He won Grandma's Marathon in 2014, and broke Dick Beardsley's 33-year record with his time of 2:09:06, Twin Cities in Motion, the organization that puts on the race, said in a news release.
Tyler Byers, 33, of Denver, Colorado, was the first wheeler to cross the finish line Sunday morning. It was his third win at the Twin Cities Marathon.
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Twin Cities 10-mile
Molly Huddle, of Rhode Island, and Sam Chelanga, a Kenya native, won the Twin Cities 10-mile race in their respective fields, which served as the national championship for the 10-mile distance.
They were each awarded $12,000.
Chelanga finished in 46:45, while Huddle finished with a course-record time of 51:44, the Star Tribune says.
She was also awarded the $10,000 equalizer bonus for being the first person – male or female – to cross the finish line. (The women's field gets a head start of 6:18, the Star Tribune notes.)
“If you know Molly, I was almost sure she was going to win it,” Chelanga said of the equalizer bonus, according to the Star Tribune. “She’s tough.”