Kris Taylor crossed the finish line first in Charlottetown in near balmy conditions at the 2013 P.E.I. Marathon.
The New Glasgow native finished in a time of 2:41:28 on Sunday.
Jason Bigonia of Walpole, Maine, took second (2:44:26) and two-time defending champ Mike MacKinnon of Miscouche placed third (2:48:57).
Cornwall Jen Nicholson finished as the top women's full marathoner in 3:00:15, good for eight overall.
Andrew Roberts of Summerside won the half-marathon (1:20:29) while Joanne Reid of Stanley Bridge was the top female in the half-marathon (1:27:20) and fifth overall.
Tracey MacMillan of Oromoncto, N.B., won the half-marathon walk in 2:41:59.
Stanley Chaisson of Charlottetown was the 10K winner (:32:39). Top female was Kristy Newson of Stratford (:40:21).
The 5K title went to Andrew Hanlon of Bedford, N.S., while the Charlottetown Police won the corporate relay (3:08:18).
Eric Payne won the inaugural 1K wheelchair event in :8:14 followed by Ryan Bolger (:8:21) and James Aylward
(:8:40) in second and third pace, respectively.
Karen Laverty of Brackley won the 10K walk (1:11:59) while Brian Campbell of Summerside won the 5K walk (:39:06).
For full coverage, see Monday's print edition