BOSTON (CBS) – Rita Jeptoo of Kenya won the women’s elite race division of the 2013 Boston Marathon Monday with an official time of 2:26.25.

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At age 32, this was Jeptoo’s second Boston Marathon win. She won her first Boston Marathon back in 2006.

At mile marker 20, Portugal’s Ana Dulce Felix held a 90 second lead. Four miles later, that lead had vanished, and Jeptoo had pulled into the lead.

She never looked back; beating out Meseret Hailu of Ethiopia by 33 seconds.

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Defending champion Sharon Cherop of Kenya finished in third, and Marblehead, Massachusetts native Shalane Flanagan finished in fourth place.

Flanagan, the top American in the race ran a 2:27.08 in her first Boston Marathon.

Tirfi Tsegaye of Ethiopia finished in fifth.

Flanagan’s teammate Kara Goucher finished in sixth place, running a 2:28.11.

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