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November 27, 2011 at 2:40 PM

Photos and winners from a wet and windy Seattle Marathon

Runners in the Seattle Marathon start at Seattle Center on Sunday (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

The 41st Seattle Marathon took place Sunday, starting at 5th Avenue North and Harrison Street near the EMP and ending at Memorial Stadium at Seattle Center. View a full map of the course.

Seattle residents came in first in the men’s and women’s categories of the Seattle Marathon Sunday, officials said.

Jesse Williams, 34, led the men’s field in the 26.2-mile event with a finishing time of 2 hours, 29 minutes and 54 seconds.

Trish Steidl, 34, was the first female finisher with a time of 3 hours, 3 minutes and 40 seconds. They were among more than 2,700 participants in Sunday’s full marathon.

In the 13.1-mile half-marathon event, Brian Masterson, 17, of Seattle, was the first to cross with a time of 1 hour, 12 minutes and 39 seconds. The first woman to finish, Bronwyn Crossman, 22, of Bellingham, had a time of 1 hour, 20 minutes and 43 seconds.

More than 8,200 participated in the half-marathon.

Jesse Williams, 34, won the Seattle Marathon with an official time of 2:29:54 (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

Half marathon runners wave as they near the finish at the Seattle Marathon at Seattle Center (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

Eric Herde (left) finished the half marathon just behind Jameson Wren at the Seattle Marathon at Seattle Center in Seattle on Sunday (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

A runner catches his breath after finishing the half marathon (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

Kengo Shibuya, 6, hands out heat blankets at the Seattle Marathon at Seattle Center.

Immanuel Van Essel grimaces after finishing the Seattle Marathon (Aaron Jaffe / The Seattle Times).

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