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Army medic Samuel Kosgei returns to front of Marine Corps Marathon field

Repeating his win from two years ago, Army Spc. Samuel Kosgei claimed first place at the 41st Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday in Arlington, Va. and Washington, D.C.

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