Jameson Mora (2:28:29) made it three of the last four with his win in the 44th annual Portland Marathon in Oregon.
More than 5,700 runners took to the part scenic, part city, USATF certified course which started and finished in downtown Portland.
Justin Wiens (2:31:10) was able to hold off Jonas Crimm (2:31:23) and Scott Oldberding (2:31:27) for second.
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For the women, it was Susie Scott taking the top spot with a personal best of 2:51:23.
Bryanna Petrie secured second with a time of 2:54:45.
Last year’s winner Susan Smith (2:55:59) finished two and a half minutes slower than her 2014 mark to take third.
She finished eighth in 2011.
Andrew Archer (1:12:54) beat out more than 2,100 runners to win the Portland Half Marathon.
Daniel Lindbloom (1:16:17) earned runner-up honors with a time of 1:16:17.
Ben Demarois (1:23:13) finished just ahead of Trevor Soucy (1:23:37) for third.
For the women, it was Sarah Keane (1:18:22) coming in comfortably ahead of the field to defend her title.
Cut more than four and a half minutes form her winning time in 2014.
Kristyn Webster was closest to challenging Keane at 1:25:38.
Shelley Chestler rounded out the top three with a time of 1:28:42.