Runners at the ING New York City Marathon will begin in Staten Island before finishing the race in Central Park.

Mutai already owns the course record at the New York City Marathon, where he will defend his title Sunday. His goal is to go even faster. The Kenyan won in New York two years ago in 2 hours, 5 minutes, 6 seconds. That was the last time the NYC Marathon 

Runners at the ING New York City Marathon will begin in Staten Island before finishing the race in Central Park.

Sunday's New York City Marathon will be the best-protected race that runners can enter as a result of enhanced security measures and police presence on land and by sea, according to New York City Police Commissioner 

New York City's boroughs faster than anyone else, crossing the finish line first and completing a life-long dream. After years of hard work, and a few hours of tireless running, Priscah Jeptoo and Geoffrey Mutai from Kenya won the New York City


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