Ethiopian Runner Breaks Course Record in Chicago Marathon
It was a brisk and chilly day in the Windy City, but the conditions were great for the hundreds of runners participating. Video by fox47news.comvideo
Hundreds of runners competed in the Chicago Marathon on a brisk and chilly day in the Windy City.
Temperatures were in the thirties when the race got underway Sunday morning.
While supporters were forced to bundle up, the cool temperatures were helpful for runners. The winner finished with the fastest marathon time ever recorded in the United States.
Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia crossed the finish line in a time of two hours and four minutes. He is the first man from Ethiopia to win the Chicago Marathon.