About 47,100 people who weren't sleeping one off this past Sunday completed 26.2 miles in the 42nd New York City Marathon, which was the largest turnout ever. Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai broke a decade-long record, coming in at 2 hours, 7 minutes and 43 seconds. Ethiopia's Firehiwot Dado broke ahead of the race favorite Mary Keitany of Kenya, and took the women's title at 2 hours, 23 minutes and 15 sections. And a whole lot of other people did not come in last.
(Photos by the author.)