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Miami marathon winners: Who won the men’s and women’s races

We track the winners of the men’s and women’s races at the Miami Marathon.

Miami Marathon runners running along the beach. Jordan Titus

UPDATE: Kenyan runner Jackson Limo won the men’s marathon with an unofficial time of 2:21:34. Birhanu Dare Kemal (Ethiopia) and Jordan Tropf (USA) finished second and third with times of 2:24:26 and 2:26:11, respectively. Kenyan runner Martha Akeno finished first in the women’s marathon with a time of 2:29:00. Palmenia Raquel Agudelo Berrio (Colombia) and Nina Zarina (USA) finished second and third with times of 2:42:30 and 2:51:50, respectively.

The Life Time Miami Marathon is officially underway on Sunday and we now await the finishers. The race was canceled last year due to COVID-19 and is back. It got underway at 6 a.m. ET and the first finishers will cross the finish line a little after 8 a.m.

The favorites in the men’s marathon include Jackson Limo and Erick Mose from Kenya, and Urgesa Kedir Figa and Ashenafi Ketema Birhana from Ethiopia. Two of the top American men in the race are Jordan Tropf and Jared Mills.

On the women’s side of the marathon, American Nina Zarina has a shot at first place. Martha Akeno and Damaris Areba from Kenya are among the favorites, as is Palmenia Raquel Agudelo Berrio from Colombia and Paola Kung from Peru.

We’ll update this with results for the men’s and women’s marathon as well as the men’s and women’s half marathon. We’ll include winners and top-finishing Americans in the various races.