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'Defending Champions Lead International Field for 2013 ING New York City Marathon'

http://www.nyrr.org/newsroom/press-release/defending-champions-lead-international-field-for-2013-ing-new-york-city-marathon

2013 ING New York City Marathon Elite Field
New York, Nov. 3, 2013

Men
Geoffrey Mutai (Kenya) - 2:04:15 (Berlin 2012) / 2:03:02a (Boston 2011)
Stanley Biwott (Kenya) - 2:05:12 (Paris 2012)
Wesley Korir (Kenya) - 2:06:13 (Chicago 2012)
Ryan Hall (U.S.A.) - 2:06:17 (London 2008) / 2:04:58a (Boston 2011)
Peter Kirui (Kenya) - 2:06:31 (Frankfurt 2011)
Stephen Kiprotich (Uganda) - 2:07:20 (Enschede 2011)
Jose Manuel Martinez (Spain) - 2:08:09 (Rotterdam 2003)
Yuki Kawauchi (Japan/Saitama Pref. Gov't) - 2:08:14 (Seoul Int'l 2013)
Mebrahtom Keflezighi (U.S.A.) - 2:09:08 (Houston 2012)
Masato Imai (Japan/Team Toyota Kyushu) - 2:10:29 (Tokyo 2013)
Jason Hartmann (U.S.A.) - 2:11:06 (Chicago 2010)
Ryan Vail (U.S.A.) - 2:11:45 (Fukuoka Int'l 2012)
Jeff Eggleston (U.S.A.) - 2:12:03 (Chicago 2012)
Daniele Meucci (Italy) - 2:13:49 (Rome 2010)
Bouabdellah Tahri (France) - debut

Women
Edna Kiplagat (Kenya) - 2:19:50 (London 2012)
Priscah Jeptoo (Kenya) - 2:20:14 (London 2012)
Jelena Prokopcuka (Latvia) - 2:22:56 (Osaka Int'l 2005)
Firehiwot Dado (Ethiopia) - 2:23:15 (New York 2007)
Buzunesh Deba (Ethiopia) - 2:23:19 (New York 2011)
Risa Shigetomo (Japan/Team Tenmaya) - 2:23:23 (Osaka Int'l 2012)
Tetyana Gamera-Shmyrko (Ukraine) - 2:23:58 (Osaka Int'l 2013)
Christelle Daunay (France) - 2:24:22 (Paris 2012)
Kim Smith (New Zealand) - 2:25:21 (London 2010)
Ana Dulce Felix (Portugal) - 2:25:40 (New York 2011)
Lisa Stublic (Croatia) - 2:25:44 (Zurich 2013)
Sabrina Mockenhaupt (Germany) - 2:26:21 (Berlin 2010)
Amy Hastings (U.S.A.) - 2:27:17 (Houston 2012)
Adriana Nelson (U.S.A.) - 2:28:52 (London 2008)
Adriana Da Silva (Brazil) - 2:29:17 (Tokyo 2012)
Janet Cherobon-Bawcom (U.S.A.) - 2:29:45 (Houston 2012)
Diane Nukuri-Johnson (Burundi) - 2:30:13 (London 2012)
Alisha Williams (U.S.A.) - 2:35:09 (Houston 2012) / 2:34:58a (California Int'l 2012)
Yolanda Caballero (Colombia) - 2:35:10a (Boston 2013)
Mattie Suver (U.S.A.) - 2:50:23 (Houston 2012)
Julie Culley (U.S.A.) - debut

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