This is what Google Translator outputs:
The runner was timed in 1 minute and 35 seconds.
I am not sure about "was timed in" meaning that the official timer showed "1 min 35 sec" after the runner finished the race.
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The normal phrasing is "timed at" when we're talking about the length of time something is measured to take. For example,