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Boston Marathon - April 16, 2012
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Korir and Cherop capture Boston Marathon titles
Boston, MA (Sports Network) - Wesley Korir of Kenya won the Boston Marathon on Monday, while countrymate Sharon Cherop claimed the women's title.

Korir beat out fellow Kenyan Levy Matebo and finished in a time of 2 hours, 12 minutes and 40 seconds. Matebo crossed the line 26 seconds behind Korir.

A Kenyan man has now won 19 out of the last 22 Boston Marathons.  continue>>
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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New York City Marathon Winners - Men's Division
YearWinnerAgeCountryTime
2011 Geoffrey Mutai 30 Kenya 2:05:05
2010 Gebre Gebrmariam 26 Ethiopia 2:08:14
2009 Meb Keflezighi 34 USA (CA) 2:09:15
2008 Marilson Gomes de Santos 31 Brazil 2:08:43
2007 Martin Lei 29 Kenya 2:09:04
2006 Marilson Gomes de Santos 29 Brazil 2:09:58
2005 Paul Tergat 36 Kenya 2:09:30
2004 Hendrik Raamala 32 South Africa 2:09:28
2003 Martin Lei 25 Kenya 2:10:30
2002 Rodgers Rop 26 Kenya 2:08:07
2001 Tesfaye Jifar 25 Ethiopia 2:07:43
2000 Abdelkhader El Mouaziz 31 Morocco 2:10:09
1999 Joseph Chebet 29 Kenya 2:09:14
1998 John Kagwe 29 Kenya 2:08:45
1997 John Kagwe 28 Kenya 2:08:12
1996 Giacomo Leone 25 Italy 2:09:54
1995 German Silva 27 Mexico 2:11:00
1994 German Silva 26 Mexico 2:11:21
1993 Andres Espinosa 30 Mexico 2:10:04
1992 Willie Mtolo 28 South Africa 2:09:29
1991 Salvador Garcia 31 Mexico 2:09:28
1990 Douglas Wakiihuri 27 Kenya 2:12:39
1989 Juma Ikangaa 29 Tanzania 2:08:01
1988 Steve Jones 33 Great Britain 2:08:20
1987 Ibrahim Hussein 29 USA (NM) 2:11:01
1986 Gianni Poli 28 Italy 2:11:06
1985 Orlando Pizzolato 27 Italy 2:11:34
1984 Orlando Pizzolato 26 Italy 2:14:53
1983 Rod Dixon 33 USA (PA) 2:08:59
1982 Alberto Salazar 24 USA (OR) 2:09:29
1981 Alberto Salazar 23 USA (OR) 2:08:13
1980 Alberto Salazer 22 USA (MA) 2:09:41
1979 Bill Rodgers 31 USA (MA) 2:11:42
1978 Bill Rodgers 30 USA (MA) 2:12:11
1977 Bill Rodgers 29 USA (MA) 2:11:20
1976 Bill Rodgers 28 USA (MA) 2:10:09
1975 Tom Fleming 24 USA (NY) 2:19:27
1974 Norbert Sander 32 USA (NY) 2:26:30
1973 Tom Fleming 22 USA (NY) 2:21:54
1972 Robert Karlin 22 USA (MD) 2:27:52
1971 Norm Higgins 35 USA (CT) 2:22:54
1970 Gary Muhrcke 30 USA (NY) 2:31:39
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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