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CHICAGO -- It's only been one day since Illini Tatyana McFadden won the Women's Wheelchair Race at the Chicago Marathon, but she's done celebrating.
CHICAGO -- It's only been one day since Illini Tatyana McFadden won the Women's Wheelchair Race at the Chicago Marathon, but she's done celebrating. McFadden is focused on her next race; the New York Marathon.

The Chicago victory marked her third of the year. She finished first in Boston and London last April, but her latest win was easily her toughest. She beat the second place opponent by only one second.

McFadden also set the course record in Chicago. She was already the first to win three races in a year. The New York Marathon is November 3.
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