The 2015 New York City Marathon was one for the record books, literally. As more than 50,000 people took to the streets of New York City, the day ended with broken records and champions crowned.
Check out race highlights as told by social media moments from runners, spectators and media.
"Flip-Flopping Between Freakin' Out and Feeling Fabulous..."
Alicia Keys summed up every runner's pre-race thoughts.
Dreams Dashed—For Now
18-year-old American favorite Alana Hadley was forced to drop out at mile 15 due to an ankle injury.
So. Many. People.
NYC Traffic is sooooo annoying.
Amazing Bird's Eye View of NYC Marathon Runners By Central Park
Those colors, though.
Stanley Biwott, the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon Men's Winner
The 29-year-old crosses the finish line with a time of 2:10:34 and takes his first major marathon victory.
Mary Keitany, the 2015 New York City Marathon Women's Winner
With a time of 2:23:25, Keitany, 33, finishes ahead of the second place winner by more than a minute.
Tatyana McFadden Sets a New Record in the Women's Wheelchair Division
By a lot.
Ernst van Dyk Wins the Men's Wheelchair Division
And our hearts.
The Kenyans Continue to Dominate
Men's and Women's Winners, Stanley Biwott and Mary Keitany.
American Meb Keflezighi Breaks U.S. Masters Record
Finishes seventh overall and top American male.
Running with 50,000 of Your Closest Friends
Only 22 miles left.
Racer Crosses the Finish Line and Gets a Big Ol' Kiss From Hubby
Because it doesn't matter when you finish, just that you did.
Champions Receive Their Awards
Clockwise from upper left: Stanley Biwott (Kenya), Mary Keitany (Kenya), Tatyana McFadden (Russia), Ernst van Dyk (South Africa)
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