Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya came home alone in the London Marathon to triumph in a course record time of two hours, three minutes and five seconds. Bruce Smith Jersey . And there was also a Kenyan winner of the womens race as Jemima Sumgong claimed a surprise win, despite taking a heavy fall.Kipchoge is the worlds best in the marathon and the defending champion produced the second-quickest run at the distance in history, just outside the world record mark of 2:02:57 set by Dennis Kimetto. After a duel with New York champion and fellow Kenyan Stanley Biwott, Kipchoge powered away over the final three kilometres to make it six wins from his seven marathons.Biwott finished 46 seconds behind Kipchoge, with Kenenisa Bekele of Ethiopia taking third. Sumgong crosses the finish line to win the Elite Womens race In the womens race, Sumgong came down at around 23 miles, after an altercation with Aselefech Mergia in an incident that also saw one of the favourites Mary Keitany fall.Sumgong, who had previously been a runner-up in the Boston, Chicago and New York marathons, cracked her head against the floor but managed to fight back and re-join, then pass, the leading group.And she went on to claim her first major title in 2:22.58, as defending champion Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia failed to reel her in down the home stretch and finished five seconds behind, with Florence Kiplagat third.Britains David Weir was again denied a record seventh victory in the mens wheelchair race, which was won by Switzerlands Marcel Hug.Having finished second in 2014 and 2015, Weir came home in third place this time, the 2014 winner Hug powering away in the closing sprint to defeat American Kurt Fearnley.Fearnleys fellow American Tatyana McFadden continued her domination of the womens wheelchair race, claiming her fourth successive victory.She was pushed all the way by Manuela Schar but took the tape at one hour 45 mins 20 secs. Runners cross the River Thames via Tower Bridge during the Virgin London Marathon 2016 Regarding the British team for the Olympics this summer, Scot Callum Hawkins finished eighth in the elite mens race in 2:10.55 to book his ticket to Rio.And Tsegai Tewelde, who was born in Eritrea but claimed asylum in Britain after the 2008 World Cross Country Championships, will be joining Hawkins in Brazil, having finished 12th.Hawkins brother Derek was third home of the Brits in 14th overall and, having also hit the Olympic standard, could be offered a discretionary place in the team.In the womens event, Brits Alyson Dixon and Sonia Samuels also ensured their selection for the Olympics after going head to head for the majority of the race.The duo had already achieved the Olympic qualification standard of 2:31.00 and the pair celebrated together after Dixon had finished 13th in 2:31.52, with Samuels eight seconds behind in 14th.Charlotte Purdue was the next home runner to finish (16th overall) on her debut over the distance and could yet join them in Rio.British astronaut Tim Peake ran the 26.2 miles harnessed to a treadmill aboard the International Space Station, with a simulation of the route through Londons streets playing on an iPad.The 44-year-old finished in three hours and 35 minutes, 20 minutes slower than when the former British Army helicopter test pilot ran the course in 1999. 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Mattek-Sands, who is back on tour after a four-month layoff because of a right knee injury, lost in the first round in Brisbane last week and had to win three matches just to qualify for the main draw in Sydney. "Very happy with it," Mattek-Sands said. "Ive played her a couple times and Ive never beaten her, so its probably one of the best wins of my career." Radwanska received treatment on her right serving shoulder during last weeks Hopman Cup in Perth and said Tuesday it was still bothering her. "Maybe a little bit, but I have good painkillers," Radwanska said. "Its not a big deal, it should be all right." Mattek-Sands advanced to play fellow American Madison Keys, who defeated Croatian wild-card entry Ajla Tomljanovic 6-0, 3-6, 7-6 (3). Former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki was also on the receiving end of an upset, falling to Lucie Safarova 6-4, 7-6 (7). Wozniacki, recently engaged to golfer Rory McIlroy, was up three points in the second-set tiebreaker before allowing Safarova to clinch the match. Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova, the second seed, had little trouble in the afternoon session, beating American qualifier Christina McHale 6-1, 6-0. Angelique Kerber of Germany was also through to the quarterfinals after beating Kaia Kanepi of Estonia 6-3 6-4. In mens play at Sydney, seventh-seeded Marin Cilic of Croatia defeated Jan-Lennard Sttruff of Germany 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, Spains Albert Ramos took out American Sam Querrey 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, and Nicolas Mahut of France beat American Ryan Harrison 7-6 (2), 7-5. Star Lotulelei Jersey. At the ATP tournament at Auckland, New Zealand, American qualifier Donald Young beat Federico Delbonis of Argentina 7-5, 6-2 to set up a showdown with top seed David Ferrer. German Philipp Kohlschreiber, the fifth seed, and Frenchman Benoit Paire, the sixth seed, were also winners. At the Hobart International WTA event, Australian teenager and wild-card entry Storm Sanders beat Chinas Peng Shuai, ranked nearly 200 places ahead of her, 6-2, 6-2. Sanders was only given a wild card when fellow Australian Ashleigh Barty withdrew with a hip injury. American Alison Riske beat Australian Casey Dellacqua 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 in another second-round match, while defending champion Elena Vesnina of Russia advanced with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Monica Puig of Puerto Rico. Lleyton Hewitt, meanwhile, withdrew from the Kooyong exhibition tournament in Melbourne, saying he feared playing would harm his preparations for the Australian Open. The veteran Hewitt, who has struggled with injuries in recent years, reclaimed his place as Australias top-ranked player when he won the Brisbane International on Sunday with a 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 upset victory over Roger Federer. "At the moment its just all about recovery for me," the 32-year-old said. 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