Watch 2021 L.A. Marathon coverage and live finish line cam

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The 2021 Los Angeles Marathon returned to Los Angeles Sunday, with thousands of runners from around the world converging on the city to race through a new 26.2-mile course.

The “Stadium to the Stars” course started at Dodger Stadium, ran through West Hollywood and Beverly Hills before ending on Avenue of the Stars in Century City.

The main event began with the wheelchair start at 6:30 a.m., followed by the elite women at 6:45 a.m. and the elite men and full field at 6:55 a.m.

John Korir of Kenya became the 2021 Los Angeles Marathon champion, winning the race in two hours, 12 minutes and 47 seconds. In 2019, Korir led the marathon until the final mile, only to come in second.

His brother, Wesley Korir, previously won the L.A. Marathon twice.

Natasha Cockram of Wales is the 2021 women’s Los Angeles Marathon champion. She won in two hours, 33 minutes and 16 seconds.

David Rodarte of Whittier won the Athletes with Disabilities Division of the marathon in two hours, one minute and 17 seconds.

This year’s results are available here on L.A. Marathon’s website.

For those hoping to get an in-person look at the finish line, organizers say spectator access will be limited on Avenue of the Stars from Santa Monica to Constellation boulevards. 

Spectators who want to watch runners cross the finish line will need to head to the area of Santa Monica Boulevard and Avenue of the Stars.

Guests are also encouraged to meet runners at the Finish Festival in Century Park for live entertainment, the Heineken 0.0 Beer Garden, merchandise and other attractions.

The marathon’s post-race celebration happening from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 10058 Constellation Blvd. is open to the public.

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