Nine thousand runners ran under sunny skies at today’s Scotiabank Calgary Marathon, Centaur Subaru 21.1K, Jugo Juice 10K and 50K Ultra.

Jonathan Chesoo of Kenya has won the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon in 2:19:33, followed by Ezekiel Kipsang in second place in 2:19:55 and Feyera Dadi, last year’s winner and course record-holder, finished third, in 2:22:10. (Dadi ran 2:17 for second place at the BMO Vancouver Marathon just three weeks ago.)

Leanne Klassen of Calgary was the first woman to cross the finish line, in 2:51:01, followed by Sarah Hutchings of Calgary in second place (2:56:55) and Jedidah Wanjiru Karungu of Kenya in third (3:03:00).

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Kip Kangogo, a well-known figure on the west-coast running scene, was the first Canadian across the line, in fifth place (2:29:39).

In the Centaur Subaru 21.1K, Gareth Hadfield of Calgary was first, in 1:10:53. Robert Brouillette of Cambridge, Ont. was second, in 1:13:37 and Eric Reyes of Calgary was third, in 1:14:58. In the women’s half-marathon, Lynsey Romano of Hinton, Alta. was first, in 1:23:40, followed by Arden Young of Calgary in second (1:27:17) and Marissa Markle of Lethbridge, Alta. in third (1:29:03).

The Jugo Juice 10K was won by Hailu Hailu of Calgary in 32:44. Charly Allan of Calgary was second, in 33:10, and Keenan Viney of Calgary was third, in 33:11. Bridget Pyke of Calgary was first in the women’s 10K, in 36:53, followed by Mary Hnatyshyn of Calgary in second, in 37:28 and Katie Beck, also of Calgary, in third, in 37:41.

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Full results are available here.

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