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Updated: United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023 Results

Here are the latest results and recap from the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023. Check out the top finishers.

Susan Moore

jacob kiplimo wins the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023
Jacob Kiplimo wins the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023. Photo credit: New York Road Runners

NEW YORK (March 19) — Lead: Hellen Obiri of Kenya and Jacob Kiplimo of Uganda secured victories in their debut at the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon on March 19, 2023, breaking records and cementing their positions as top-class runners. The following are the results from the pro races at the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023.

In a stunning performance in cold and windy conditions, Obiri broke away from her chief rival to shatter the event and course record with a time of 1:07:21, surpassing the previous record set by Ethiopia’s Senbere Teferi by 14 seconds. Despite facing bitterly cold temperatures and strong headwinds, Obiri showed her grit and determination to pace herself home to a commanding victory.

Meanwhile, Kiplimo’s performance was no less impressive, as he won the men’s category with a time of 1:01:31, earning $20,000 in prize money along with Obiri. – Read Full Report Here

The United Airlines NYC Half Marathon is a renowned annual event that attracts elite athletes and thousands of runners from all over the world. The course takes participants through some of the most iconic landmarks in the city, including Central Park, Times Square, and the Hudson River waterfront.

United Airlines NYC Half Marathon 2023

Men’s Half Marathon

  1. Jacob Kiplimo (UGA) 1:01:31
  2. Joshua Cheptegei (UGA) 1:02:09
  3. Zouhair Talbi (MAR) 1:02:18
  4. Ben True (USA) 1:02:57
  5. Edward Cheserek (KEN) 1:02:58
  6. Andrew Butchart (GBR) 1:02:58
  7. Nico Montanez (USA) 1:03:00
  8. Reed Fischer (USA) 1:03:02
  9. Frank Lara (USA) 1:03:07
  10. Teshome Mekonen (USA) 1:03:08
  11. Connor Winter (USA) 1:03:10
  12. Kennedy Kimutai (KEN) 1:03:20
  13. Maru Teferi (ISR) 1:03:41
  14. Yuto Akahoshi (JPN) 1:03:49
  15. Rory Linkletter (CAN) 1:04:21
  16. Chris Thompson (GBR) 1:04:32
  17. Galen Rupp (USA) 1:04:57
  18. Kensuke Tsubura (JPN) 1:05:01
  19. Juan Luis Barrios (MEX) 1:06:23

Women’s Half Marathon

  1. Hellen Obiri (KEN) 1:07:21
  2. Senbere Teferi (ETH) 1:07:55
  3. Karoline Bjerkeli Grøvdal (NOR) 1:09:53
  4. Diane van Es (NED) 1:10:43
  5. Desiree Linden (USA) 1:12:21
  6. Dakotah Lindwurm (USA) 1:12:25
  7. Molly Huddle (USA) 1:12:27
  8. Natasha Wodak (CAN) 1:12:33
  9. Jeralyn Poe (USA) 1:12:46
  10. Erika Kemp (USA) 1:13:18
  11. Annie Frisbie (USA) 1:13:26
  12. Jessica Warner-Judd (GBR) 1:13:28
  13. Maggie Montoya (USA) 1:13:45
  14. Mia Behm (USA) 1:16:11
  15. Lily Anderson (USA) 1:18:14
  16. Alyssa Salesse (USA) 1:18:16
  17. Jane Bareikis (USA) 1:19:03
  18. Gabrielle Yatauro (USA) 1:20:49
  19. Lanni Marchant (CAN) 1:26:03

About The Author

Susan Moore

Susan has been with World-Track since 2004 and continues to play a big part in our growth. She was never a runner, but loves the sport and encouraged all her children to do track. She is a former Examiner reporter and also wrote for several other publications, including ICC and VS Sports.

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