Live results are being updated in real-time.
The final Abbott World Major Marathon of the year, the New York City Marathon, is underway. We’re here to keep you updated on the race results as they happen.
The women took to the start first at 8:40 a.m. local time, with the men starting soon after at 9:05 a.m. local time.
Men’s And Women’s Winners Crowned
Updated 11:13 local race time
Hellen Obiri takes the women’s race, finishing in 2:27:23.
Ethiopia’s Letesenbet Gidey takes second place in 2:27:29, and 2022 NYC Marathon Champion Sharon Lokedi rounds out the podium in 2:27:33.
Tamirat Tola crosses the line solo to win the men’s race, setting a new NYC Marathon course record in 2:04:58.
Albert Korir of Kenya is second to cross the line and completes the race in 2:06:57. Shura Kitata of Ethiopia completes the podium in 2:07:11.
Less Than 3k To Go, The Podiums Begin To Take Shape
Updated at 11:05 local race time
Sharon Lokedi, Hellen Obiri, Brigid Kosgei, and Letesenbet Gidey push the pace with less than 3k to go. It seems like it will be four fighting for three spots on the podium.
Tamirat Tola of Ethiopian can begin to taste victory, coming through 40k solo, with a sizable gap on the field.
Men’s Race Begins To Splinter Coming Through 30k
Updated at 10:38 local race time
Coming through the 30k mark, the women’s group of 11 runners remains together, this time Edna Kiplagat of Kenya leading the group through in 1:47:06 (5:56/mile).
As the men come through the 30k mark, there are now just two runners at the front, Tamirat Tola and Jemal Yimer, both from Ethiopia, who cross in 1:28:22 (4:33/mile). Albert Korir of Kenya is behind by 25 seconds, crossing 30k in 1:28:48 (4:41/mile).
Through The Half Marathon
Updated at 10:21 local race time
Coming through the half-marathon mark in the women’s race, a strong contingent of 11 were together, with American Kellyn Taylor leading the group through in 1:14:21 (5:54/mile).
The leading women’s group is full of race favorites, including Sharon Lokedi, Brigid Kosgei, Hellen Obiri, and Edna Kiplagat, to name a few.
On the men’s side, a much smaller group came through the half together.
Tamirat Tola of Ethiopia led the group through in 1:02:45 (4:40/mile pace) with compatriot Jemal Yimer right behind him.
The front group comprises Kenya’s Albert Korir, Abdi Nageeye of the Netherlands, and Zouhair Talbi of Morocco.