Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon: Results and Traffic Information

Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon: Results and Traffic Information Photo: KSTP/Monty Stuempert

October 01, 2017 06:52 PM

As runners cross the Twin Cities Marathon finish line in St. Paul Sunday morning, here's what you need to know: 

The race ends on the grounds of the Minnesota State Capitol on John Ireland Boulevard near West 12th Street. The sides of the road will be open to spectators. 


John Ireland Boulevard and Summit Avenue are currently closed to traffic for the event, but they are expected to reopen by mid-afternoon. 

Alternate routes to downtown St. Paul include Grand Avenue, Ford Parkway and Interstate 35E. 

Drivers should also remember to avoid I-35W throughout the remainder of the weekend, as well as next weekend. 

Dominic Ondoro, a 29-year-old from Sante Fe, New Mexico, took first place among men in the full-length marathon with an unofficial time of 2:11:53, marking his third consecutive first-place finish. His time was slightly slower than his record-setting pace from 2016. 

Jane Kibii, a 32-year-old from Auburn, California, finished first among women with an unofficial time of 2:30:25 to defend her title.   

Complete marathon results can be found here. 


Andrew Heiser

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