Worknesh Degefa and Lawrence Cherono stormed to Boston Marathon success on Monday, with the women's title won after an impressive solo run and the men's race ending in an exciting sprint finish. With an official time of 2:07:57, he finished just two seconds ahead of two-time Boston Marathon champion Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia.
Arizona can stake claim to two of the top American finishers on the men's and women's side of the 2019 Boston Marathon.
It was the first time he finished a marathon in under 2 hours, 10 minutes.
Ethiopia's Worknesh Degefa won the women's elite race by 42 seconds with a time of 2:23:31, holding off Kenya's Edna Kiplagat (2:24:13), Jordan Hasay of the United States (2:25:20), Meskerem Assefa of Ethiopia (2:25:40) and Des Linden of the US (2:27:00).
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In the Sun Journal's tri-county coverage area, Kyle Simmons of Lewiston was the fastest finisher through the 26.2 miles with a time of 2:50:22.
The elite women's race was a different story.
Van Dyk, who was participating in the race for the 20th time, crossed the finish line in a time of 01:27.23.