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Kenyan man, woman win Cleveland Marathon

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Posted at 2:12 PM, May 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-19 14:12:10-04

CLEVELAND — A man and woman from Kenya have been crowned the winners of the Cleveland Marathon.

Edwin Kamaiyo, 33, made his American racing debut by overtaking two-time champion Philemon Terrer near the 24-mile mark and holding on for victory in the 42nd annual Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon. His winning time was 2:22:02.

Margaret Njuguna, 49, finished first in the women’s marathon in 2:45:31.

Kamaiyo and Njuguna won $3,000 for winning the race.

Kenyan Dominic Korir, 26, won the men’s 10K with a time of 29:17. On the women’s side, Vicoty Chepngeno, 25, of Kenya finished first in 31:59.

Lakewood native Ken Sullivan, 31, a high school history teacher and former cross country and track coach at St. Ignatius, won the men’s half-marathon for the third straight year, finishing in 1:10:25.

Sterling native Nicole Camp, 33, won the women’s half-marathon in 1:20:14.

To view all of the results, click here.

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