Wilson Kipsang of Kenya crosses the line to win the men's race in the 2014 London Marathon on The Mall in central London on April 13, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL)
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Double Olympic champion Mo Farah struggled on his highly anticipated London marathon debut Sunday, with the Briton trailing in eighth.Farah, the world and Olympic 5,000- and 10,000-meter champion, said he was given a "tough" baptism by the world's best – finishing almost four minutes behind world record holder Wilson Kipsang on a sunny morning in the U.K. capital.The 32-year-old Kenyan claimed a second London title with a course record of two hours, four minutes and 29 seconds, pulling clear of compatriot Stanley Biwott, who was 26 seconds behind him, with Ethiopian Tsegaye Kebede in third.In the women's race, Kenyan Edna Kiplagat won her first London title after finishing runner-up in the past two years, getting the better of compatriot Florence Kiplagat in the final 200 meters to win in two hours, 20 minutes and 21 seconds.
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