The scantily-clad runner is the source of much speculation.
Runners raised more than $115,000 for local charity Project Open Hand.
Runners can still participate through the Fundraise to Run Program.
He was the first non-Kenyan male to win in 20 years.
He wants to become the first American male winner since 1986.
He maintains he did nothing wrong on his run.
It took paramedics 20 minutes to arrive at the race's finish line.
City residents, officials support changes for 100th edition of popular road race.