Aug 3, 2012; London, United Kingdom; Sally Kipyego (KEN), Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH), and Weknesh Kidane (ETH) compete in the women's 10,000 meter final during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium. Mandatory Photo Credit: John David Mercer, USA Today Sports

Top 10 men's and women's times from Sunday's New York City Half Marathon

The 2014 New York City Half Marathon is in the books. Geoffrey Mutai captured the men’s title, surviving a late comeback mounted by Mo Farah. Sally Kipyego took home the women’s title, setting a course record in the process (to make the the win even more impressive, Sunday’s race was the first time Kipyego has ever competed at the half-marathon distance).

As relayed by Track and Field News, here are the best times recorded Sunday.

Men

1) Geoffrey Mutai (KEN) — 1:00:50

2) Mo Farah (GBR) — 1:01:07

3) Stephen Sambu (KEN) — 1:01:08

4) Juan Luis Barrios (MEX) — 1:01:46

5) Aschalew Nigusse (ETH) — 1:01:47

6) Mengistu Tabor Nebsi (ETH) — 1:02:04

7) Matt Tegenkamp (USA) — 1:02:04

8) Arne Gabius (GER) — 1:02:09

9) Ikuto Yufu (JPN) — 1:02:50

10) Meb Keflezighi (USA) — 1:02:53

Women

1) Sally Kipyego (KEN) — 1:08:31

2) Buzunesh Deba (ETH) — 1:08:59

3) Molly Huddle (USA) — 1:09:04

4) Lisa Stublic (CRO) — 1:09:36

5) Caroline Kilel (KEN) — 1:10:00

6) Diane Nukuri-Johnson (BDI) — 1:10:09

7) Desiree Linden (USA) — 1:11:37

8) Hilda Kibet (NED) — 1:11:27

9) Etaferahu Temesgen (USA) — 1:11:49

10) Adriana Nelson (USA) — 1:11:50

Congratulations to all the participants.

[Source: Track and Field News]

Tags: Geoffrey Mutai Mo Farah New York City Half Marathon Sally Kipyego

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