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Disney World Marathon 2014 Results: Men's and Women's Top Finishers

Apr 21, 2013; London, United Kingdom; Fun runners compete during the Virgin London Marathon at the 22 mile mark. Mandatory Credit: Leo Mason-USA TODAY Sports
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Donald WoodFeatured ColumnistJanuary 12, 2014

In the 2014 edition of the annual 26.2-mile Disney World Marathon race, 36-year-old Brazilian runner Fredison Costa won with an impressive time of two hours, 21 minutes and 39 seconds. 

This was Costa’s third victory at the Walt Disney World marathon.

Marathon spectator Carissa Bealert captured the finish on Instagram:

The Brazilian champion managed to hold off eight-time winner and defending champion Adriano Bastos, who finished in second just 75 seconds off the pace set by Costa.

Here is a look at the top finishers from the men's classification:

2014 Men's Disney World Marathon Top 10 Results
1Fredison CostaBrazil362:21:39
2Adriano BastosBrazil352:22:54.76
3Alfredo ArevaloGuatemala382:23:18.36
4Ben PayneUnited States322:26:00.88
5Matt HensleyUnited States262:26:37.68
6Michael WardianUnited States392:35:22.48
7Ronnie HolassieUnited States422:36:53.61
8Martin RindahlUnited States502:37:07.18
9Alexander MundUnited States222:38:27.15
10Ryosuke SaitoJapan282:38:41.09

 Here is a look at the top finishers from the women's classification:

2014 Women's Disney World Marathon Top 10 Results
1Angela BritoEcuador282:47:44
2Brittney ChristiansonUnited States272:54:11.36
3Julie NorthrupUnited States252:59:07.43
4Emily D'AddarioUnited States223:01:06.28
5Vivian OliveriaBrazil323:02:14.89
6Amy OstrofeUnited States273:02:16.04
7Rozilene De JesusBrazil363:04:04.26
8Monica LongoriaUnited States243:04:44.14
9Bo FranzUnited States523:11:24.97
10 Christie BrodheadUnited States353:13:01.08

Alfredo Arevalo of Guatemala finished with a strong third-place run on the men's side, falling just 99 seconds off the pace set by the eventual winner. Americans Ben Payne and Matt Hensley finished fourth and fifth respectively.

On the women’s side, Angela Brito of Ecuador absolutely dominated the field, finishing with an impressive time of 2:47:44, over six minutes ahead of second-place finisher Brittney Christianson of the United States (2:54:11).

While the times were not overly impressive this year, the warm weather, via, did not help the runners’ cause. Despite the less-than-ideal conditions, this was still one of the most interesting races fans will witness all year.

To say the race at Disney is unique would be an understatement, with Twitter user Bioreconstruct providing photographs of the festivities along the way:

With a course that traveled through the amusement parks of Walt Disney World—everything from Epcot to the Magic Kingdom—the one-of-a-kind backdrop and eclectic mix of fans from all over the world makes this one of the most unique events on the calendar each year.

Athletes are typically asked where they are going after a huge victory and are expected to respond with Disney World, but for Costa and Brito, the duo won’t have to travel very far.


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