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Marathon  Full Rankings
Men
    1.  Trevor Hofbauer - 02:09:51
    2.  Tristan Woodfine - 02:13:16
    3.  Berhanu Degefa - 02:14:50
    4.  Cam Levins - 02:15:01
    5.  John Mason - 02:15:15
Women
    1.  Rachel Cliff - 02:26:56
    2.  Dayna Pidhoresky - 02:29:03
    3.  Emily Setlack - 02:29:48
    4.  Leslie Sexton - 02:31:49
    5.  Malindi Elmore - 02:32:10
Half Marathon  Full Rankings
Men
    1.  Evan Esselink - 01:02:13
    2.  Benjamin Presiner - 01:03:08
    3.  Tristan Woodfine - 01:04:45
    4.  Evan Esselink - 01:05:07
    5.  Caleb De Jong - 01:05:08
Women
    1.  Menigstu Emebet - 01:10:31
    2.  Natasha Wodak - 01:10:33
    3.  Malindi Elmore - 01:11:07
    4.  Natasha Wodak - 01:11:20
    5.  Dayna Pidhoresky - 01:12:59
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2020
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2020-02-08    
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2020-01-19    
Natasha Wodak becomes first Canadian woman to run under 1:10 for half-marathon
Natasha Wodak broke Rachel Cliff’s Canadian half-marathon record!!

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2020-01-19    
Malindi Elmore shatters Canadian marathon record in 2:24:50
Elmore’s 2019 did not go exactly to plan. She was scheduled to race the Canadian Olympic Marathon Trials in Toronto in October, but had to pull out only one week from the event because of a hamstring strain. She took a few weeks of downtime to allow her hamstring to recover before refocusing and getting ready for the Houston Marathon.

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Nova Scotia's Johnny Miles, 1926 and 1929 Boston Marathon champion, 1905-2003
Canadian Jacqueline Gareau crossed the finish line (at the 2005 event), breaking the ceremonial tape to honor her 1980 Boston Marathon win. Gareau was denied her chance to break the tape in 1980 because of the infamous Rosie Ruiz incident. Ruiz had snuck into the race and finished ahead of Gareau, but it wasn't until well after Gareau had finished the race that Ruiz was recognized as a fraud.
In his first full season as a marathoner, Jerome Drayton (born 1945) surprised the running world with his win in 1969 at the Fukuoka world championship race in Japan. He won it two more times and also won a Boston marathon during his athletic career. This photo, taken at the end of the runner’s sixth-place finish at the 1976 Montreal Olympics, shows the physical exhaustion resulting from his efforts exerted during the 42.2 kilometre run.
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