Clara Santucci celebrates her second consecutive win in the Pittsburgh Marathon. Last year, she had the fastest finish time of any woman since the race returned to the city in 2009 after a six-year hiatus.
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Clara Santucci celebrates her second consecutive win in the Pittsburgh Marathon. Last year, she had the fastest finish time of any woman since the race returned to the city in 2009 after a six-year hiatus.

Stephen Njoroge wins 2015 Pittsburgh Marathon, Clara Santucci tops the women's pool

Stephen Njoroge finished in 2:15:19, Clara Santucci in 2:34:06. Kimutai Cheruiyot won the half in 1:03:16, Susan Jerotich in 1:13:25.


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     The Rieck family store at 1809 Jane St. in the South Side in the 1880s. The young man at the left is thought to be Edward E. Rieck.

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