The Kenyan clocked 1:10:23 for the 13.1-mile distance.
He defeated London Marathon champion Emmanuel Mutai.
James Kwambai held off a strong field to win the race.
Tsegaye Kebede is at the top of an extremely talented field.
They don't let obstacles get in their way.
Young Ethiopian adds to past successes on the track and off-road.
Big names, but no clear favorites in either race at tomorrow's ING New York City Marathon.
All the pre-race focus seems to be on Haile Gebrselassie and Meb Keflezighi at this weekend's ING New York City Marathon. But what about
Can Meb repeat? History says there's a good chance.