stars 6sec) pulls away from American Galen Rupp for winTwo-time world champion Kiplagat wins in time of 2hr 21min 53secTwo American women finish in top four for first time since 1991Edna Kiplagat, left, and Geoffrey Kiru, both of Kenya, raise the trophy after winning the mens and womens divisions at the Boston Marathon. Photograph: Winslow Townson/USA Today SportsMarathonBoston Marathon: Kenya’s Geoffrey Kirui, Edna Ki. plagat win in 121st runningKirui (2hr 9min 36sec) pulls away from American Galen Rupp for winTwo-time world champion Kiplagat wins in time of 2hr 21min 53secTwo American women finish in top four for first time since 1991Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailView more sharing optionsShare on LinkedInShare on PinterestShare on Google+Share on WhatsAppShare on MessengerCloseAssociated Press in BostonMonday 17 April 2017 17. 11?BSTKenyas Geoffrey Kirui won the 121st Boston Marathon on Monday, pulling away from American Gal. en Rupp with about two miles to go to win in an unofficial time of 2hr 9min 37sec. Rupp, a three-time Olympian making his Boston debut, was 21 seconds behind and Japans Suguru Osako was another 30 seconds back. Americans had six of the top 10 finishers in the mens race and two of the top four women. onitsuka tiger mexico 66 slip on white – by.