In a surprising and inspiring race, a female first-time marathon runner won the 2013 LA Marathon.
Aleksandra Duliba, a 27-year-old woman from Belarus, was the first runner, male or female, to cross the finish line Sunday, KTLA reports. Aleksandra Duliba, LA Marathon 2013 Record-Breaking Winner, Was A First-Time Marathoner
Isn’t it great. We knew it: women are superior to men in sports. It is only the patriarchy stops holding them back.
Aleksandra Duliba of Belarus wins the 2013 Asics LA Marathon women’s race in her marathon debut with a time of 2:26:05 to beat the men and claim the $75,000 Asics challenge in Santa Monica Sunday morning March 17. source
This is well deserved.
She earned $75,000 for her victory, $25,000 as the top women’s finisher and a $50,000 bonus for beating the top men’s finisher. Huff post
She won the "gender challenge". The first to cross the finish line, proving female superiority. She should get a Million.
2013 LA Marathon: Erick Mose finishes 2nd overall
Erick Mose of Kenya finished first in the men’s competition with a time of 2:09:43, outrunning his fellow countryman Julius Keter in the final mile of the the marathon. Aleksandra Duliba won the overall competition Universalsports
Great. At least a man in second place.
What a cheat!
The were given women an 18:35 head start and Duliba ran the race 16:36 behind the men. source
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