Belfast 'Rocks' to the Deep River Rock Belfast Marathon 2014
Kenyan Freddy Sittuk took victory in Monday's Belfast Marathon as he clocked 2 hours 18 minutes and 30 seconds.
Sittuk, 32, was over three minutes ahead of compatriot and last year's winner Joel Kipsang [2:21.40] with another Kenyan Hilary Kipsang third.
Joe McAlister was the first Northern Irish finisher as he clocked 2:33.09.
Ethiopian Bayrush Shiferaw took the women's event in 2:41.20 while Kildare man Patrick Monahan won the wheelchair race in a huge personal best of 2:06.21.
More than 18,000 competitors took part in the various events, which included a team relay and a fun run.
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