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Los Angeles Marathon men's winners: 2007: Fred Mogaka, Kenya...2:17:14 2006: Benson Cherono, Kenya...2:08:40 2005: Mark Saina, Kenya...2:09:35 2004: David Kirui, Kenya...2:13:41 2003: Mark Yatich, Kenya...2:09:52 2002: Steven Ndungu, Kenya...2:10:27 2001: Steven Ndungu, Kenya...2:13:13 2000: Benson Mutiisya Mbithi, Kenya...2:11:55 1999: Simon Bor, Kenya...2:09:25 1998: Zebedayo Bayo, Tanzania...2:11:21 1997: El Maati Chaham, Morocco...2:14:16 1996: Jose Luis Molina, Costa Rica...
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Men *--* 1986 Rick Sayre 2:12:59 1987 Art Boileau 2:13:08 1988 Martin Mondragon 2:10:19 1989 Art Boileau 2:13:01 1990 Pedro Ortiz 2:11:54 1991 Mark Plaatjes 2:10:29 1992 John Treacy 2:12:29 1993 Joselido Rocha 2:14:28 1994 Paul Pilkington 2:12:13 1995 Rolando Vera 2:11:39 1996 Jose Luis Molina 2:13:23 1997 El-Maati Chaham 2:14:16 1998 Zebedayo Bayo 2:11:21 1999 Simon Bor 2:09:25 2000 Benson Mbithi 2:11:55 *--* Women *--* 1986 Nancy Ditz 2:36:27 1987 Nancy Ditz 2:35:24 1988 Blanca Jaime 2:36:11
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MEN *--* 1986 Ric Sayre 2:12:59 1987 Art Boileau 2:13:08 1988 Martin Mondragon 2:10:19 1989 Art Boileau 2:13:01 1990 Pedro Ortiz 2:11:54 1991 Mark Plaatjes 2:10:29 1992 John Treacy 2:12:29 1993 Joselido Rocha 2:14:28 1994 Paul Pilkington 2:12:13 1995 Rolando Vera 2:11:39 1996 Jose Luis Molina 2:13:23 1997 El-Maati Chaham 2:14:16 1998 Zebedayo Bayo 2:11:21 1999 Simon Bor 2:09:25 2000 Benson Mbithi 2:11:55 2001 Stephen Ndungu 2:13:13 *--* WOMEN *--* 1986 Nancy Ditz 2:36:27 1987 Nancy Ditz 2:35:24
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March 2, 1997 | JIM HODGES
* WHEN: Today, 8:45 a.m. * TV: Channel 13 (8 a.m.) * RADIO: KACD/KBCD-FM 103.1 (6 a.m.) * WHERE: Starts at 6th and Figueroa streets; finishes at 8th and Figueroa. * COURSE: 26 miles 385 yards winding through the streets of Los Angeles. * PRIZE MONEY: $15,000 and a car to winners of men's and women's divisions.
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March 30, 1998 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lornah Kiplagat experienced a breakthrough in last year's Los Angeles Marathon, but returned home to Kenya with a tainted victory. On Sunday, she finally--and joyously--got to break the tape. Kiplagat, 23, won the women's race in 2 hours, 34 minutes, 3 seconds and became only the second winner to defend a title in the Los Angeles Marathon's 13-year history.
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March 3, 2003
*--* 2003 Div Time Name, Country Open M 2:9:52 Mark Yatich, Kenya W 2:29:40 Tatyana Pozdnyakova, Ukraine Masters 2:34:33 Eumergindo Boche-Saban, U.S M W 2:29:40 Tatyana Pozdnyakova, Ukraine Wheelchair M 1:27:07 Saul Mendoza, Mexico W 1:50:06 Cheri Blauwet, U.S 2002 Open M 2:10:27 Steven Ndungu, Kenya W 2:28:49 Lyubov Denisova, Russia Masters M 2:41:07 Jose Diaz, U.S W 2:30:26 Tatyana Pozdnyakova, Ukraine Wheelchair M 1:28:44 Ernest Van Dyk, S.
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March 4, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles Marathon put up about 70 runners in local hotels, paid for about 50 of them to fly to the city and got Sunday's winner for the price of a phone call. Jose Luis Molina got into the race on Friday after a bit of confusion with his manager, then left everyone except Alfredo Vigueras of Mexico behind at the 20th mile and cruised across the finish line at the Los Angeles Central Library in 2 hours 13 minutes 23 seconds.
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March 4, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the majority of America's top marathoners absent because of last month's Olympic trials, Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon was expected to be a showcase for elite international runners only. In fact, race officials did not even list an American among their list of 30 men favorites. So imagine their surprise when Hector Lopez of Los Angeles finished seventh in 2 hours, 18 minutes and 20 seconds. "Who is he?," said one official when asked if Lopez was available for an interview.
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March 4, 1996 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Julio Hernandez often met his wife Iglandini Gonzales at road races in Colombia. They couldn't miss each other as they usually were the first male and female finishers. "We were always on the podium together," said Hernandez, an accountant for a publishing house in Bogota. Now they're going to Atlanta together. Hernandez, 38, and Gonzales, 31, made a strong showing for their country at Sunday's 11th Los Angeles Marathon, finishing third and fourth in their respective divisions.
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March 4, 1996
MEN'S DIVISION 1. Jose Luis Molina, Costa Rica: 2:13:23 2. Alfredo Vigueras, Mexico: 2:13:26 3. Julio Hernandez, Columbia: 2:14:50 4. Vladimir Kotov, Belarus: 2:15:30 5. Luis Carlos Da Silva, Brazil: 2:17:04 6. Wieslaw Perszke, Poland: 2:17:50 7. Hector Lopez, Los Angeles: 2:18:20 8. Kawai Nobuharu, Japan: 2:18:28 9. Jose Santana, Brazil: 2:19:05 10. Victor Vikhristenko, Ukraine: 2:19:58 11. Marcos Juarez, Guatemala: 2:20:26 12. Luis Perez Martinez, Guatemala: 2:21:44 13.
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