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Boston Marathon 2016 Results: Winners, Top Times - Prize Money

Boston Marathon 2016 Results: Winners, Top Times & Prize Money

2016 Boston Marathon Winners

1. Lemi Berhanu Hayle (ETH): 2:12:45 (Prize money: $150,000)

2. Lelisa Desisa (ETH): 2:13:32 ($75,000)

3. Yemane Adhane Tsegay (ETH): 2:14:02 ($40,000)

4. Wesley Korir (KEN): 2:14:05 ($25,000)

5. Paul Lonyangata (KEN): 2:15:45 ($15,000)

6. Sammy Kitwara (KEN): 2:16:43 ($12,000)

7. Stephen Chebogut (KEN): 2:16:52 ($9,000)

8. Abdi Nageeye (NED): 2:18:05 ($7,400)

9. Getu Feleke (ETH): 2:18:46 ($5,700)

10. Zachary Hine (USA): 2:21:37 ($4,200)

For a complete list of times, click here

1. Atsede Baysa (ETH): 2:29:19 (Prize money: $150,000)

2. Tirfi Tsegaye (ETH): 2:30:03 ($75,000)

3. Joyce Chepkirui (KEN): 2:30:50 ($40,000)

4. Jelena Prokopcuka (LAT): 2:32:28 ($25,000)

5. Valentine Kipketer (KEN): 2:33:13 ($15,000)

6. Flomena Cheyech Daniel (KEN): 2:33:40 ($12,000)

7. Buzunesh Deba (ETH): 2:33:56 ($9,000)

8. Fate Tola (ETH): 2:34:38 ($7,400)

9. Neely Spence Gracey: 2:35:00 ($5,700)

10. Mamitu Daska (ETH): 2:37:31 ($4,200)

For a complete list of times, click here

Note: Winner receives $20,000

1. Marcel Hug (SUI): 1:24:06

2. Ernst Van Dyk (RSA): 1:24:06

3. Kurt Fearnley (AUS): 1:24:06

4. David Weir (GBR): 1:26:17

5. James Senbeta (USA): 1:26:19

For a complete list of times, click here

Women’s Pushrim Wheelchair

Note: Winner receives $20,000

1. Tatyana McFadden (USA): 1:42:16

2. Manuela Schar (SUI): 1:43:30

3. Wakako Tsuchida (JPN): 1:43:34

4. Susannah Scaroni (USA): 1:46:53

5. Amanda McGrory (USA): 1:49:31

For a complete list of times, click here

2016 Boston Marathon Preview

The defending champion for the men is Ethiopa’s Lelisa Desisa, who finished the famous 26.2-mile trek in two hours, nine minutes and 17 seconds last year, giving him his second Boston Marathon victory in three years.

A third win would make Desisa just the eighth man in history with three Boston championships.

“He’s better than ever,” said his coach, Haji Adilo. “We increased his mileage a little bit. Plus, he has experience, especially of the course.”

On the women’s side, Caroline Rotich will look to make it two in a row for her and six in a row for the country of Kenya. She’ll have plenty of competition in the form of 2012 Olympic gold medalist Tiki Gelana, two-time New York Marathon runner-up Buzunesh Deba and reigning Dubai Marathon champ Tirfi Tsegaye.

With the US Olympic marathon trials having happened in February in Los Angeles, there won’t be a major American presence in the elite fields. But with 30,000-plus participants, there also won’t be any shortage of excitement in between Hopkinton and Boston.

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Scandal - Gets Marathon Treatment at BET (Exclusive), Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

July 19, 2013 7:00am PT by Lesley Goldberg

'Scandal' Gets Marathon Treatment at BET (Exclusive)

In this story

Gladiators, mark your calendars.

ABC's Scandal is coming to BET with two major marathons in August, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.

The cable network will kick off the Kerry Washington starrer with season one and the first few installments from its sophomore season with the first of two 14-hour marathons on Saturday, Aug. 10 from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. The second is set for the following week on Aug. 17, also from 8 a.m.-10 p.m.

The following Wednesday, Aug. 21, the political thriller about a D.C. fixer with professional and personal ties to the president (Tony Goldwyn) will finish up its second season and air for two hours with back-to-back episodes starting at 9 p.m.

Once the episodes run out for both seasons, the series will start over with the first seven from its freshman run, airing in order on Wednesdays leading up to the third season premiere on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 10 p.m. on ABC.

BET acquired early syndication rights to the Shonda Rhimes drama Monday. Washington and recurring guest star Dan Bucatinsky picked up Emmy nominations for their roles in the fast-paced drama on Thursday.

The marathon will provide both an opportunity for megafans to catch up and, ABC would hope, expose new viewers.

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  • 10 Greatest Sports Frauds, Best Sports Frauds

    10 Greatest Sports Frauds | Biggest Sports Scandal

    The world of sports is worshiped by many. Consequently, sports stars are often treated like gods. But, when gods fall, they go to hell. And, we all know that both fraudulence and sports are as old as the human nature. Take a look at the 10 Greatest Sports Frauds.

    Whatever the reason be – pressure to win, lust for money, cheating in sports are not forgiven. Discovery of fraudulence in sports have potentially destroyed many careers.

    10 Greatest Sports Frauds Danny Almonte

    At number 10 position of the 10 Greatest Sports Frauds is Danny Almonte who is a former baseball player from Dominican Republic. In the year 2000, Almonte began playing Little League baseball. With a capability to throw at 70 MPH, he became quite a sensational player. After the 2001 Little League World Series in which Almonte led his team to finish third-place, controversies rose regarding his age. It was in fact later revealed that Danny Almonte was two year too old to be playing in the Little League World Series. The concern about age got considerable media attention. Later Almonte continued his career, playing for different teams and in 2010, he began serving as a volunteer assistant coach for his high school baseball team – Cardinal Hayes High School.

    Tim Donaghy

    Tim Donaghy is a retired basketball referee who played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1994 to 2007 for about 13 seasons. Before officiating in the NBA, Donaghy used to play for his school’s baseball team. Previous to the betting scandal, Donaghy was involved with another scandal that got a basketball player suspended for seven seasons. In the 2007 NBA betting scandal Tim Donaghy was accused of betting on games and then making calls that affected the point spread on the games. In 2008, Donaghy was sentence to 15 months in federal prison.

    Marion Jones

    Check fraud & steroid use

    At number 8 position of the 10 Greatest Sports Frauds is Marion Lois Jones or Marion Jones-Thompson who was a former track and field athlete and also a former basketball player. She is a World Champion with 3 Gold Medals won in 1997, 1998 & 1999. Her career has been submerged in a lot of controversies. In the Summer Olympics of 2000 she won 2 bronze medals and 3 gold medals but was later stripped of her titles owing to steroid use. At the time of the BALCO scandal, she was among the most famous athletes involved in the scandal. Later Jones’ name got also involved in a check-counterfeiting scheme. In 2008, Jones was sentenced to 6 months of prison because of her involvement in the check fraud case and use of steroids during Olympics.

    Frederick Lorz

    Didn’t run the entire course

    Frederick Fred Lorz was a long distance runner who had a day job as a bricklayer. Reportedly he trained himself during night. In 1904 he got selected to participate in the marathon at the Olympic Games. On the day of the marathon, Lorz apparently became exhausted after running for nine miles. From then on for the next eleven miles, he got a lift in his manager’s car. The car broke down all of a sudden allowing Lorz to finish the rest of the marathon on foot. A soon as he reached the finishing line, everyone hailed him as the winner without knowing the whole story. Initially he played along but retracted when spectator said he didn’t run the whole way. Lorz was subsequently banned for life by the Amateur Athletic Union.

    Alex Rodriguez

    At number 6 position of the 10 Greatest Sports Frauds is Alexander Emmanuel Alex Rodriguez who was a baseball infielder of Major League Baseball (MLB). He played for the New York Yankees. Regarded as one of the greatest baseball player ever, Rodriguez has previously played for the Texas Rangers and the Seattle Mariners. He has held many records and got several awards including ten Silver Slugger Awards, fourteen All-Star, three American League (AL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards etc. After accusations of using performance-enhancing drugs, in 2009 Rodriguez admitted of using it due to pressures of performing well. In 2013, he got suspended for 211 games which later came down to 162 games.

    Ben Johnson

    Benjamin Sinclair Ben Johnson is a former sprinter and is one fo the Greatest Sports Frauds. He gained international prominence in 1982 when he won two silver medals at the 1982 Commonwealth Games. This bright athlete was involved in a shameful controversy. In the World Championships in Athletics in 1987 and the Summer Olympics in 1988, he set 100 metres world records wining one Olympic gold medal and two Olympic bronze medals. But later the Olympic Doping Control Center found stanozolol in Johnson’s urine resulting in his disqualified. Johnson lost both the records and his title.

    Rosie Ruiz

    Didn’t run the entire course

    At number 4 position of the 10 greatest sports fraud is Rosa Ruiz Vivas who was an American marathon runner. Her first big break came in 1979, when she was able to participate in the New York City Marathon. She came 11th and was therefore qualified for the Boston Marathon a year later. At the Boston Marathon she made history. She didn’t just win but her finishing time was the third-fastest female time ever recorded in any marathon. However spectators didn’t fail to notice that unlike other runners, Ruiz was not covered in sweat, neither was she panting. Her thighs were just flat. It gave rise to suspicions. Investigation was launched and it was discovered that Ruiz didn’t run the entire course. She was stripped of her medal eight days after the race.

    Sylvester Carmouche

    Took advantage of foggy weather

    Sylvester Carmouche caught everyone’s attention in the early 90’s with an ingenious trick he had pulled from under everyone’s noses. A relatively unknown jockey, the name of Carmouche’s horse was Landing Officer. During the race the track were covered with thick fog, so much so that the spectators could see nothing but could only hear the noise of the hoofs. Taking advantage of the situation, when other horses were zooming past Carmouche halted and paced back near to the finishing line. Then when he heard horses nearing the line, he kicked Landing Officer and crossed the finishing line. Later other jockeys testified that Carmouche was not riding beside them. He got a 10-years ban.

    Boris Onishchenko

    At number 2 position of the 10 greatest sports fraud is Boris Onishchenko who is a former modern pentathlete and a member of the Soviet Union’s modern pentathlon team. Early in his career he had established good name for himself and was immensely respected by his fellow Olympians. Previously he had competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics and in the 1972 Summer Olympics. In the 1976 Summer Olympics, Soviet held fourth position and needed one push to win the gold. Fencing was the next event and Onishchenko being the finest fencer was called upon to compete. During the game his opponent complained that Onishchenko’s weapon went off without hitting him. Upon investigation illegal modification were found on his weapon. Onishchenko was disqualified and his team was forced to withdraw.

    Lance Armstrong

    Lance Edward Armstrong is a retired road racing cyclist. His notable career success has been the seven consecutive Tour de France win from 1999 to 2005. Later he was stripped off of his titles after allegations of doping. Since the 1999 Tour de France, serious doping allegations were made against him and later he was charged for running of the greatest doping program in the history of any sporting event. Armstrong did not appeal against the charges and confessed that the doping allegation were true. The Lance Armstrong case is regarded as the most epic downfall of a sports star in professional sports history.

    So which one out of the list of ‘Greatest Sports Frauds‘ tarnish the sportsman spirit more? Let us know in the comments below.

    Trader wins N6m on Winners Golden Bet - Vanguard News

    Trader wins N6m on Winners Golden Bet

    A TRADER, Chukwu-merije Ubaka has won the sum of N6 million on the coupon of Winners Golden Bet. Ubaka, who hails from Abia State, said though he had been playing the sports betting game a long time, he switched to Winners Golden Bet in April this year.

    “I selected 12 straight wins from international friendlies, champion-ship and the Premier League. From the onset, my instincts told me that I would win from this particular set. “When the game was about two matches left, I knew I will win because the last two games were between Arsenal and Everton on one side and PSG and St.Etienne on the other.

    At this point I knew it was just a matter of time’’, Ubaka said when he was presented with the cheque of N6m by the General Manager of Winners Golden Bet, Mr. Ayowole Sajimi. Ubaka said he was glad when his ticket won. “I was very happy, I just said thank you Jesus.

    On how he wants to spend his largesse, he disclosed that he will invest on his building materials business. “I’m a building material merchant and I intend to invest more in this business.”I am surprised with the prompt payment of my winning. I can’t believe it when I received the alert that my accounts has been credited with N6m.I do not expect to be paid so fast, “ Ubaka said.

    General Manager Sajimi reiterated Winners Golden Bet’s commitment to prompt payment of winnings, adding that the leading sports betting company in Nigeria places high premium on the importance its customers derived to the survival of the business.

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