CHICAGO (AP) — An American has won the men’s Chicago Marathon for the first time since 2002.

Galen Rupp crossed the finished line at 2 hours, 9 minutes and 20 seconds. Kenyan Abel Kirui came in second, 28 seconds behind Rupp. Another Kenyan, Bernard Kipyego, was third.

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Galen Rupp of the United States celebrates after winning the men’s race with a time of 2:09:20 during the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. (Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

The women’s race was won by Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba in 2 hours 18 minutes and 31 seconds. Brigid Kosgei of Kenya came second and American Jordan Hasay was third.

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The last American to win the men’s race was Khalid Khannouchi in 2002.

Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia wins the women’s race with a time of 2:18:31 during the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. (Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

More than 40,000 runners started the 40th annual Chicago Marathon, and more than a million spectators lined the route.

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