This marks the third straight year Kenyan's distance-running power swept the 26.2-mile race.
. Runners in the pro men's division applaud at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge before the marathon.
. Runners compete in the Brooklyn borough of New York.
. Runners cross the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge shortly after the start of on the marathon.
. People cheer for runners.
. Ernst van Dyk, of South Africa, celebrates as he crosses the finish line in first place ahead of Josh George (R), of the US, in the Men,s Wheelchair division.
. Participants run.
. Stanley Biwott of Kenya (L), Yemane Tsegay of Ethiopia (R) and Meb Keflezighi of the United States all have a drink.
. A NYPD officer stands guard as participants run.
. Medals are lined up for finishers at the finish line of the marathon.
. Police Commissioner William J. Bratton (L) and Filmmaker and Grand Marshal of the New York City Marathon Spike Lee hold up the finish ribbon for the Pro Men's division at TAG Heuer Official Timekeeper and Timepiece of 2015 TCS New York City Marathon.
Biwott, 29, notched the biggest victory of his career in his second New York appearance. He clocked 2 hours, 10 minutes, 34 seconds, and outlasted countryman Geoffrey Kamworor by 14 seconds, pulling away in the final two miles in Central Park.
. Ernst Van Dyk of South Africa (L) and Tatyana McFadden of the U.S. pose after winning the wheelchair divisions.
. Winner Mary Keitany of Kenya (C), second-place finisher Aselefech Mergia of Ethiopia (L) and third-place finisher Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia (R) stand on the podium after finishing the women's division.
Keitany, 33, became the first woman to win back-to-back New York marathons since world-record holder Paula Radcliffe in 2007 and 2008.