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Tatyana McFadden wins her fourth New York City Marathon

Tatyana McFadden wins her fourth New York City Marathon

Tatyana McFadden (photo credit: RunnerSpace.com via Twitter)

New York — Tatyana McFadden continued her dominance of the New York City marathon winning her third consecutive title on Sunday and in the process, completed a back-to-back-to-back Grand Slam.

McFadden won the wheelchair title  with a course record of 1:43:04 and cap off an incredible third consecutive year of winning London, Boston, Chicago and New York.

(Click here to read Tatyana’s pre-race interview)


McFadden, 26, of the United States, led wire-to-wire to win the women’s wheelchair division in an event-record time of 1:42:05, shattering the previous record of 1:50:24 and capturing her third-consecutive Grand Slam of London, Boston, Chicago and New York Marathons in the same calendar year. Overall, this is her fourth win in the Big Apple.

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