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Geoffrey Kiprotich crosses the finish to win the the Medical Mutual Glass City Marathon.

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Katie Kay, from Fairview Park, Ohio, crosses the finish to win the women's marathon.

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Runners start the 5K portion of the race.

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Craig Caprara, left, and Perkins Township Firefighter Brian Hackenburg, right, wait near the starting line to run the marathon. Hackenburg honored Private James Dickman and Private Stephen "Steve" Machcinski, who died while fighting a Magnolia Street apartment fire on January 26, by running the race.

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Perkins Township Firefighter Brian Hackenburg wears his race bib with the name of fallen Toledo Firefighter Private James Dickman.

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Perkins Township Firefighter Brian Hackenburg waits near the starting line to run the marathon.

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Jenn Smith, left, from Novi, Mich., and Mo Sheahan, right, from Toledo, take a selfie while getting ready to start the marathon.

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Andrew Barnhart gives the thumbs up at the starting line.

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Jenn Smith, left, from Novi, Mich., and Mo Sheahan, right, from Toledo get ready to start the marathon.

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Tom Falvey holds the flag at the front of the starting line.

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Runners start the marathon under the flag.

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Runners start the marathon under the flag.

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Runners start the marathon under the flag.

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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins waves to the crowd at the start flanked by Toledo fire hief Luis Santiago,.

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Tammy Eischen, from Toledo, holds signs as she cheers on friends who are running in the marathon.

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Tamara Marquardt, from Shaker Heights, Ohio, runs toward the finish line to be the first woman in the half marathon.

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Tamara Marquardt, from Shaker Heights, Ohio, crosses the finish line first for the women in the half marathon.

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Keith Davis, 3, who has autism, crosses the finish line on the shoulders of his mother Amanda Davis, from Genoa. Davis and her son walked to create awareness and fundraise for "Keith's Krusaders" in the national event called "Walk Now for Autism."

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Aaron Bump, who runs with the nickname "Speedbump" reacts to reaching the finish line in the half marathon.

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Steve Majewski crosses the finish line holding the flag after running the half marathon.

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Aaron Bump, who runs with the nickname "Speedbump" reacts to crossing the finish line in the half marathon.

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Fans celebrate as runners make their way across the finish line.

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Fans celebrate as runners make their way over the finish line.

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Kevin Siebarth, of Monroe, Mich., is the first wheel chair marathon participant to cross the finish line in the marathon.

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Margie Matheson, left, and her husband Luke Matheson, right, hold hands as they cross the finish line in the half marathon.

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Courtney Krips, left, and Jessica Pisano, right, cross the finish line together hand-in-hand after running the half marathon during the Medical Mutual Glass City Marathon on April 27, 2014.

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Geoffrey Kiprotich reacts to winning the Medical Mutual Glass City Marathon.

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Perkins Township firefighter Matthew Riggle, left, and Willard Fire Department Dan Fial, right, finish the half marathon in honor of fallen Toledo firefighters James Dickman and Stephen Machcinski.

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Katie Kay, from Fairview Park, Ohio, crosses the finish line.

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Katie Kay, from Fairview Park, Ohio, reacts to her marathon win.

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