(PIX11) — Thousands of runners are getting ready to take off for the annual New York City Marathon.
The race will stretch through all five boroughs. Here are the updates:
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Jon Knoll of team 11 Alive is the first to finish the race with a final time of 4:14:59.
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SPORTS ALERT: Wilson Kipsang wins the men's race at the 2014 New York City Marathon
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Mary Keitany finishes the face with a time of 02:25:07
The 11 Alive team is on their way!
Pro men are at the start line.
Valeria Straneo of Italy, second in last year's IAAF World Championships marathon, has taken the early lead.
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Elite women kick off the marathon.
The course is 26.2 miles and stretches through all five boroughs.
Today, I run the New York Marathon. The amazing @cristinaeverett created this sign to cheer me on. This is a treat for #signgeeks: Each letter is taken from one of my vintage sign photos on my Instagram feed! See how many you can identify! My run is raising money to fight cancer. Click the link in my profile please if you can help. Every dollar counts! #nycmarathon #marathon #marathonsigns
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