At least two people collapsed during today's NYC Half-Marathon, including one man who suffered a heart attack. That 43-year-old man, whose name hasn't been released, collapsed on the corner of Water and Wall Streets right at the end of the race, and stopped breathing around 9:40 a.m. He was rushed to New York Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital in critical but stable condition, and is expected to survive.

In addition, British Olympic runner Mo Farah, 30, collapsed at the end of the race after he came in second place. He was put in a wheelchair but he refused any more medical attention. "Mo was lightheaded at the finish line and was attended to by our medical team. He was taken to our medical tent for evaluation and released and then met with the press at the media center where he said he was fine," said New York Road Runners spokesman Chris Weiller.

More than 20,000 people participated in the race today, raising more than $2 million for charity. Geoffrey Mutai of Kenya came in first in the men's competition with 1:00:50 in the 13.1 mile race; despite some tumbles, Farah came in second with 1:01:07. Kenyan Sally Kipyego came in first in the women's competition, setting a race record of 1:08:30; she was followed by Bronx resident Buzunesh Deba at 1:08:59.