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PHOTOS: The best of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon had more than 4,000 participants on Sunday. Here are some of the best snapshots of select runners. (Photo: Canada Running Series.)

Krista DuChene

The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon wrapped up on Sunday afternoon concluding a successful day for runners of all abilities in the Ontario capital. More than 4,500 participants took part in the marathon, according to Sportstats, and others ran in the half-marathon and 5K.

Check out a gallery of some of the best photos from the elites and Canadians from the finish line and during the middle stages of the race. The marathon also doubled as the Canadian Marathon Championships, which attracted some of the country’s top marathon runners as well as many up-and-comers.

Missed the action this weekend? Get caught up with our list of stories from the weekend that was.

Canadian Running‘s stories from the weekend

Krista DuChene: “To beat six women that strong is nothing I take lightly.
J.P. Bedard runs Toronto marathon four times for survivors of sexual assault.
Top one-liners from Ed Whitlock at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
Philemon Rono and Shure Demise win in Toronto, Canadian Olympians persist in humid conditions.
Ed Whitlock runs sub-4:00 marathon at 85, in a league of his own.
VIDEO: Toronto Waterfront Half winner protests in support of Oromo people.
Calum Neff, four-year-old daughter bring stroller record back to Canada.

Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

MEN
Gold – Philemon Rono, 2:08:25
Silver – Seboka Dibaba, 2:09:45
Bronze – Albert Korir, 2:10:21

WOMEN
Gold – Shure Demise, 2:25:15
Silver – Tadelech Bekele, 2:26:28
Bronze – Rebecca Chesir, 2:28:52

Canadian Marathon Championships

MEN
Gold – Eric Gillis, 2:13:42
Silver – Kip Kangogo, 2:22:13
Bronze – Jeff Costen, 2:27:33

WOMEN
Gold – Krista DuChene, 2:33:59
Silver – Rachel Hannah, 2:34:34
Bronze – Dayna Pidhoresky, 2:40:38