Tuesday, November 9, 2021

TCS New York City Marathon Surpasses 1.3 Million Total Finishers

Photo by Lambert Parong/ Kababayan Media

New York – The 2021 TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 3 saw 25,010 total finishers for the event’s 50th running. Following the 50th running, more than 1.3 million people have now finished the TCS New York City Marathon since it started in 1970.


Photo by Lambert Parong/ Kababayan Media

Below are some highlights and statistical information from the 2021 race.


The Field


Note: All finisher numbers and results are unofficial pending race results review. Final official results will be released later this month. This data is based on registration information provided by individual runners.


  • 25,390 starters
  • 25,010 finishers
  • 91 countries represented
  • 50 states plus the District of Columbia represented
  • 1,308,011 total New York City Marathon finishers all-time

Photo by Lambert Parong/ Kababayan Media

Winners

  • Men’s open division winner: Albert Korir, Kenya, 2:08:22
  • Women’s open division winner: Peres Jepchirchir, Kenya, 2:22:39
  • Top American open division man: Elkanah Kibet, 4th, 2:11:15
  • Top American open division woman: Molly Seidel, 4th, 2:24:42
  • Men’s wheelchair division winner: Marcel Hug, Switzerland, 1:31:24
  • Women’s wheelchair division winner: Madison de Rozario, Australia, 1:51:01
  • Top American wheelchair division man: Daniel Romanchuk, 3rd, USA, 1:38:22
  • Top American wheelchair division woman: Tatyana McFadden, 2nd, USA, 1:53:59

 

Winner Statistics and Notable Information 

  • Open Division: Peres Jepchirchir becomes first-ever Olympic champion to win New York
  • Open Division: Peres Jepchirchir becomes third-fastest woman in event history
  • Open Division: Six countries represented among the top-six finishers in the men’s race
  • Open Division: Albert Korir 1st Abbott World Marathon major win and becomes Abbott World Marathon Majors Series Champion
  • USA Division: Molly Seidel runs fastest TCS New York City Marathon ever by an American woman
  • USA Division: Top American man Elkanah Kibet clocks personal best 2:11:15
  • Wheelchair Division: Nine countries represented in the top 10 for the men’s professional wheelchair division: Switzerland, United States, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, South Africa, Ireland, Japan and Spain. 
  • Wheelchair Division: Madison De Rozario becomes the first Australian woman to win the wheelchair division
  • Wheelchair Division: Marcel Hug wins his 4th TCS New York City Marathon and becomes Abbott World Marathon Majors series champion  
  • First time both the women’s open and wheelchair divisions are the Olympic and Paralympic champions.
Photo by Lambert Parong/ Kababayan Media


Race-day Weather
Start: 44 degrees, 71% humidity, wind 6 mph
Finish: 51 degrees, 39% humidity, wind 2 mph 

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About New York Road Runners (NYRR)
NYRR’s mission is to help and inspire people through running. Since 1958, New York Road Runners has grown from a local running club to the world’s premier community running organization. NYRR’s commitment to New York City’s five boroughs features races, virtual races, community events, free youth running initiatives and school programs, the NYRR RUNCENTER featuring the New Balance Run Hub, and training resources that provide hundreds of thousands of people each year with the motivation, know-how, and opportunity to Run for Life. NYRR’s premier event is the TCS New York City Marathon. Held annually on the first Sunday in November, the race features a wide population of runners, from the world’s top professional athletes to a vast range of competitive, recreational, and charity runners. To learn more, visit www.nyrr.org.


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