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Dominic Ngeno wins Los Angeles Marathon

Dominic Ngeno wins Los Angeles Marathon

Kenya’s Dominic Ngeno took the top honors at the 39th edition of the Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday (18) in Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

The 26 year-old who was making his debut, lived to his billing that he would win the race as he ran a very tactical race, dropping the lead pack late and cutting the tape first in 2:10.20. Ngeno was followed in second place by his compatriot Cosmas Kiplimo in 2:10.25 with Ethiopia’s Belay Tilahum closing the podium in 2:12.45.

Kenya’s Sammy Kipchumba Rotich and Ethiopia’s Tesfu Tewelde finished in fourth and fifth place in a time of 2:16.31 and 2:20.17 respectively.

Ngeno took home $6,000 as prize money.



1Dominic Ngeno2:11.005:00/mi
2Cosmas Kiplimo2:11.055:00/mi
3Belay Tilahun2:13.255:05/mi
4Sammy Rotich2:16.315:12/mi
5Tesfu Tewelde2:20.175:21/mi
6Kevin Kirk2:23.125:28/mi


  • John Vaselyne

    John Vaselyne is the founder of Athletics News. Africa’s only Independent Athletics News website. He has covered World U18 and U20 Championships, World Cross Country Championships, Four Continental Tour Gold Series, Wanda Diamond League. He has passion for the Sport and has over seven years experience in this area of sport. He is also the Leading Athletics Pundit in the Country, having been hosted in ALL leading TV stations in Kenya

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