Runners Compete in New York City Marathon
More than 50,000 runners and two million spectators were expected for the 2014 New York City Marathon which was won by Kenya's Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany, Nov. 2.
Runners cross the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge between Staten Island and Brooklyn during the 2014 New York City Marathon on Nov. 2.
Elizabeth Mueller from San Francisco begins running the New York City Marathon again after stopping to say hi to friends.
People hold signs and cheer for runners participating in the New York City Marathon, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang (second from the left) runs with other participants in the New York City Marathon. Kipsang went on to win the men's title, defeating Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa with a strong push to the finish line.
Runners pass by a water station in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Kurt Fearnley of New Zealand, leads the pack to the finish line to win the men's wheelchair division of the New York City Marathon.
Kenya's Wilson Kipsang and Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa fight for first place in the New York City Marathon. Kipsang emerged from the two-man duel victorious defeating Desisa by 11 seconds with a finishing time of 2 hours, 10 minutes, 55 seconds.
Runners cross the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge shortly after the start of the New York City Marathon.
Sara Moreira of Portugal celebrates as she crosses the finish line to finish third in the Pro Women's division of the New York City Marathon. Kenyan Mary Keitany finished first.