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SACRAMENTO, CA - JUNE 22: Galen Rupp looks on after finishing in the Men's 10,000m Final during Day 1 of the 2017 USA Track & Field Outdoor Championships at Hornet Stadium on June 22, 2017 in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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The United States’ Galen Rupp won the men’s race at the Chicago Marathon on Sunday morning, while Ethiopia’s Tirunesh Dibaba claimed the women’s title. 

Rupp’s win ended a 14-year drought for American men at the event, per Chris Chavez of Sports Illustrated:

You can see the men’s top 10 below:

1. Rupp, Galen (USA): 2:09:20

2. Kirui, Abel (KEN): 2:09:48

3. Kipyego, Bernard (KEN): 2:10:23

4. Lemma, Sisay (ETH): 2:11:01

5. Sambu, Stephen (KEN): 2:11:07

6. Matsumura , Kohei (JPN): 2:11:46

7. Chebii, Ezekiel (KEN): 2:12:12

8. Tadese, Zersenay (ERI): 2:12:19

9. Derrick, Chris (USA): 2:12:50

10. Shelley, Michael (AUS): 2:12:52 

                     

And the women’s top 10 is as follows: 

1. Dibaba, Tirunesh (ETH): 2:18:31

2. Kosgei, Brigid (KEN): 2:20:22

3. Hasay, Jordan (USA): 2:20:57

4. Perez, Madai (MEX): 2:24:44

5. Kipketer, Valentine (KEN): 2:28:05

6. Weightman, Lisa (AUS): 2:28:45

7. Krifchin, Maegan (USA): 2:33:46

8. Gray, Alia (USA): 2:34:25

9. Ward, Taylor (USA): 2:35:27

10. Wade, Becky (USA): 2:35:46

         

This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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