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Boston Marathon - April 16, 2012
Route | Winners: MW | USA: MW | Fastest: CountriesFastestUSAOverall
Boston Marathon American Champions (Men)
YearWinnerStateTimeFinish
2011Ryan HallCalifornia2:04:584
2010Ryan HallCalifornia2:08:414
2009Ryan HallCalifornia2:09:403
2008Nicholas A. ArciniagaCalifornia2:16:1310
2007Peter GilmoreCalifornia2:16:418
2006Meb KeflezighiCalifornia2:09:563
2005Alan CulpepperColorado2:13:394
2004Wilson KomenGeorgia2:24:0412
2003Elly K. RonoNorth Carolina2:17:009
2002Keith DowlingVirginia2:13:2815
2001Rod DeHavenWisconsin2:12:416
2000Jamie HibellPennsylvania2:22:0924
1999Joseph LeMayConnecticut2:16:1113
1998Joseph McVeighNew Jersey2:15:4817
1997Daniel GonzalezCalifornia2:18:3019
1996Kevin CollinsNew York2:18:5430
1995Michael WhittleseyConnecticut2:22:4829
1994Bob KempainenMinnesota2:08:477
1993Mark PlaatjesColorado2:12:396
1992Doug KurtisMichigan2:17:0319
1991Paul ZimmermanPennsylvania2:15:3230
1990Darrell GeneralMaryland2:15:2814
1989Herb WillisFlorida2:17:4010
1988Roger SolerTexas 2:17:4623
1987Dave GordonOregon2:13:304
1986Bill RodgersMassachusetts2:13:364
1985Gary TuttleCalifornia2:19:112
1984Gerry VanesseConnecticut2:14:492
1983Greg MeyerMassachusetts2:09:001
1982Alberto SalazarMassachusetts2:08:521
1981Craig VirginIllinois2:10:262
1980Bill RodgersMassachusetts2:12:111
1979Bill RodgersMassachusetts2:09:271
1978Bill RodgersMassachusetts2:10:131
1977Ronald WayneCalifornia2:18:184
1976Jack FultzVirginia2:20:191
1975Bill RodgersMassachusetts2:09:551
1974Tom FlemingNew Jersey2:14:252
1973Jon AndersonOregon2:16:031
1972Bruce MortensonNew York2:19:596
1971John VitaleConnecticut2:22:454
1970Earmon O'ReillyDC2:11:122
1969Ron DawsMinnesota2:20:234
1968Amby BurfootConnecticut2:22:171
1967Tom LarisNew York2:16:482
1966Norman HigginsCalifornia2:18:265
1965Ralph BuschmanMassachusetts2:20:207
1964Hal HigdonIndiana2:21:555
1963John KelleyConnecticut2:21:092
1962Alexander BreckenridgeVirginia2:27:173
1961John KelleyConnecticut2:23:542
1960Gordon McKenzieNew York2:22:182
1959John KelleyConnecticut2:23:432
1958John KelleyConnecticut2:30:512
1957John KelleyConnecticut2:20:051
1956John KelleyConnecticut2:14:332
1955Nick CostasMassachusetts2:19:573
1954John KelleyConnecticut2:28:517
1953John KelleyConnecticut2:28:195
1952Victor DyrgallNew York2:36:402
1951John LaffertyMassachusetts2:31:152
1950John LaffertyMassachusetts2:39:524
1949Victor DyrgallNew York2:34:422
1948Ted VogelMassachusetts2:31:452
1947Ted VogelMassachusetts2:30:103
1946John KelleyMassachusetts2:31:272
1945John KelleyMassachusetts2:30:401
1944John KelleyMassachusetts2:32:032
1943John KelleyMassachusetts2:30:002
1942Joe SmithMassachusetts2:26:511
1941Leslie PawsonRhode Island2:30:381
1940John KelleyMassachusetts2:32:032
1939Ellison BrownRhode Island2:28:511
1938Leslie PawsonRhode Island2:35:341
1937John KelleyMassachusetts2:39:022
1936Ellison BrownRhode Island2:33:401
1935John KelleyMassachusetts2:32:071
1934John KelleyMassachusetts2:36:502
1933Leslie PawsonRhode Island2:31:011
1932James HeniganMassachusetts2:34:322
1931James HeniganMassachusetts2:46:452
1930Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:34:481
1929Albert MichelsonNew York2:37:224
1928Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:37:071
1927Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:40:221
1926Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:32:153
1925Charles MellorIllinois2:33:001
1924Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:29:401
1923Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:23:471
1922Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:18:101
1921Frank ZunaNew Jersey2:18:571
1920Arthur RothMassachusetts2:30:312
1919Carl LinderMassachusetts2:29:131
1918Military Relay
1917Frank ZunaNew Jersey2:18:571
1916Arthur RothMassachusetts2:27:161
1915Clifton HorneMassachusetts2:33:012
1914Joseph LordenMassachusetts2:28:423
1913Fritz CarlsonMinnesota2:25:141
1912Michael RyanNew York2:21:181
1911Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:21:391
1910Clarence DeMarMassachusetts2:29:522
1909Henri RenaudNew Hampshire2:53:361
1908Thomas MorrisseyNew York2:25:431
1907Robert FowlerMassachusetts2:27:542
1906Timothy FordMassachusetts2:45:451
1905Frederick LorzNew York2:38:251
1904Michael SpringNew York2:38:041
1903John LordenMassachusetts2:41:291
1902Sammy MellorNew York2:43:121
1901Sammy MellorNew York2:44:343
1900John MaguireMassachusetts2:51:364
1899Lawrence BrignoliaMassachusetts2:54:381
1898Hamilton GrayNew York2:45:002
1897John J. McDermottNew York2:55:101
London Marathon - April 22, 2012
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Kenyans Kipsang and Keitany capture titles
London, England (Sports Network) - Kenya's Wilson Kipsang won the men's London Marathon on Sunday, while countrymate Mary Keitany captured the women's title.

Kipsang finished with a time of 2 hours, 4 minutes and 44 seconds, only four seconds off the course record.

Fellow Kenyan Martin Lel, a three-time London champion, ended with a time of 2:06:51, just one second ahead of 2010 winner Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia for second place.  continue>>
Berlin Marathon - September 30, 2012
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Kenya's Mutai wins Berlin Marathon
Berlin, Germany (Sports Network) - Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya captured the Berlin Marathon in a narrow finish over countryman Dennis Kimetto.

The two crossed the finish line within one second of each other, Mutai breaking the tape first in a time of 2 hours, 4 minutes and 15 seconds. Kimetto's time of 2:04:16 was the fastest marathon debut in history.

Mutai, who also won the 2011 Boston Marathon and the 2011 New York Marathon, clinched the World Marathon Majors title -- a series that includes results from Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York over a two-year period.  continue>>
Chicago Marathon - October 7, 2012
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Ethiopia's Kebede wins Chicago Marathon
Chicago, IL (Sports Network) - Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia captured the Chicago Marathon on Sunday.Kebede set a course record, crossing the finish line in a time of 2 hours, 4 minutes and 38 seconds. The old mark of 2:05:37 was established by Kenya's Moses Mosop last year.

It was a clean sweep of the top three spots for Ethiopia, as Feyisa Lilesa finished 14 seconds behind the winner and Tilahun Regassa was third with a time of 2:05:27.  continue>>
New York Marathon - November 4, 2012
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NYC marathon canceled
New York, NY (Sports Network) - The New York City marathon scheduled for Sunday has been canceled as the city still struggles to recover from the effects of Hurricane Sandy.

It was a joint decision between the city government and race organizers to cancel the event, and no determination has yet to be made on whether or not to reschedule the race.  continue>>
Standings (M)Standings (W)
2011-12 World Marathon Championship - Leaderboard (Men)
RankNameCountryPtsTop Performance
1stGeoffrey MutaiKenya751st - '12 Boston; 1st - '11 NYC
1st - '11 Boston; 2nd - '11 Berlin
T-2ndAbel KiruiKenya402nd - '12 Olympics
1st IAAF World Championship
T-2ndMoses MosopKenya401st - '11 Chicago; 2nd - '11 Boston
T-2ndEmmanuel MutaiKenya402nd - '11 NYC; 1st - '11 London
T-2ndWesley KorirKenya401st - '12 Boston; 2nd - '11 Chicago
T-6thWilson KipsangKenya353rd - '12 Olympics; 1st - '12 London
T-6thPatrick MakauKenya351st - '11 Berlin; 3rd - '11 London
8thMartin LelKenya302nd - '12 London; 2nd - '11 London
9thStephen KiprotichUganda251st - Olympics
10thTsegaye KebedeEthiopia213rd - '12 London; 3rd - '11 NYC
The World Marathon Majors is a series consisting of five of the largest and most renowned marathons in the world: Virgin London Marathon, Boston Marathon, BMW Berlin Marathon, Bank of America Chicago Marathon and ING New York City Marathon. In creating the World Marathon Majors, the organizers of these five races recognized an opportunity to advance the sport, raise awareness of its athletes and increase the level of interest in elite racing among running enthusiasts.

The total score for each athlete in a series will consist of points earned from a maximum of four Qualifying Races during that two-year cycle. To be eligible for the jackpot, an athlete must compete in a minimum of one Qualifying Race during each year of the series.

POINTS PER RACE
1st place - 25 points
2nd place - 15 points
3rd place - 10 points
4th place - 5 points
5th place - 1 point

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