Evans Chebet was among the sprinters who looked as Daniel do Nascimento isolated himself from the remainder of the men's field at the New York City Long distance race on Sunday

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Do Nascimento, a 24-year-old Brazilian who is known for — is the word? — decisive, was a haze as he flooded into the lead, then, at that point, a spot off somewhere far off, and afterward gone from view completely.

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Chebet, a mild-mannered Kenyan who showed up in New York having proactively won the Boston Long distance race this year, picked to practice persistence.

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Shura Kitata of Ethiopia finished second behind Chebet.

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Sharon Lokedi of Kenya, middle, unexpectedly won the women’s race with a time of 2:23:23

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“Perfect weather for me,” said Lokedi, 28, who splits her time between Kenya and Flagstaff, Ariz., where she trains with the Under Armour-sponsored Dark Sky Distance group.

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Do Nascimento running in Brooklyn before his collapse

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Aliphine Tuliamuk, far left, finished in a personal-best time of 2:26:18

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On the women’s side, three Americans finished in the top 10. Aliphine Tuliamuk was seventh, Emma Bates was eighth and Nell Rojas was 10th. Tuliamuk, 33

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