For the second time in three years, Henry Kemboi (1:06:28) took the top spot in the Budapest Half Marathon.
More than 9,000 runners made their way up and down the Danube River for the 30th running of the event in Hungary.
Moses Kibire Kipruto repeated in second with a time of 1:06:33.
Former winner Gabor Jozsa (1:06:41) managed to hold off perennial top 10 placers Gaspar Csere (1:06:43) and Daniel Soos (1:06:45) for third.
Jozsa won it in 2012 with an almost identical time.
Soos finished second that year.
For the women, it was Zita Kacser (1:16:51) finishing first.
Runner-up Tunde Szabo took second with a time of 1:17:32.
Simona Staicu (1:18:45) cut close to a minute from her fifth-place finish a year ago to round out the top three.
She finished fourth in 2013.
Budapest Half Marathon today. Great location for anyone looking for an active vacation/break. Full coming up Oct 11. pic.twitter.com/M8K0KPMCrW
— deniscollison (@deniscollison) September 13, 2015