Illinois, Oklahoma runners win
In only his third marathon, Nick Hird of Naperville won the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon.
His time was 2:23:56.
Hird, 29, originally from Rock Island, owns a running-shoe business in Naperville. He previously had run the Chicago and Twin Cities marathons.
And the women's winner is Camille Herron from Oklahoma. Her time was 2:45:48.
Herron has a goal of winning a marathon in all 50 states; she has won in nine so far and this was her first Illinois marathon. She ran in South Africa last month and has plans to race next weekend in Lincoln, Neb.
The men's wheelchair winner is Gyudae Kim, a freshman at Parkland College, with a time of 48:12.
The women's wheelchair winner for the half-marathon is Amanda McGrory of Savoy, with a time of 50:47.
The men's half-marathon winner is Ryan Giuliano, from Oakwood Hills, a suburb of Chicago. His time was 1:09:22.
The women's half-marathon winner is Christina Johnson from Xenia, Ohio. She finished in1:18:41.
The women's 10K winner is Rachel Zubricky of Champaign. She won for the third straight year. Her time was 40:16.
The men's 10K winner is Paul Rochus from Ontario, Canada. His time was 34:13.
Here's a breakdown of the participants::