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3RD ANNUAL WALKWAY MARATHON FINISHES STRONG

Nearly 2,200 Runners Competed in Three Races on Sunday

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POUGHKEEPSIE, NY—Nearly 2,200 athletes were joined by thousands of spectators, supporters, and volunteers along the Poughkeepsie waterfront on Sunday for the third annual Walkway Marathon Race Series, bringing an event full of fun and competition to the Hudson Valley on a clear sunny morning.

  • Full Marathon: The best overall time in the full marathon was posted by Spencer Johnson, age 22 of Bristol, CT, with a time of 2:39:32. The top female athlete in the full marathon was Rachel Darling, age 24, of Highland, NY, with a time of 3:08:51.
  • Wheelchair Marathon: The best overall time in the wheelchair marathon was won by Peter Gagliardo, age 32, of Poughquag, NY, with a time of 2:17:25. The top female athlete in the wheelchair marathon was Maria Bournias, age 40, of Tenafly, NJ, with a time of 3:24:47.
  • Half Marathon: The best overall time in the half marathon was Ruslan Kramariuk, age 25, of Kitsman, Ukraine with a time of 1:15:39. The top female athlete in the half marathon was Kristen Gregory, age 36 of New York, NY, with a time of 1:31:28.
  • College-to-College 5K: The best overall time in the 5K was Stefan Morton, age 21, of Emerson, NJ, with a time of 15:00. The top female athlete in the 5K was Nicki Nesi, age 23, of Pelham, NY, with a time of 18:05.

For a full list of race results visit https://results.chronotrack.com/event/results/event/event-30998.

For links to race photo galleries, visit Donald Byfield's PageMarilyn Schwartz's PageIrving Solero's PageNin Lei's PageBob Kopac's Page, and Walkway’s social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

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Treasures of New York: Rails-to-Trails on PBS

Treasures of New York: Rails-to-Trails on PBSBeginning May 18, the Emmy-Award winning PBS series, Treasures of New York, will take viewers across New York State on a journey along various railway corridors that have been re-purposed as recreational bike and pedestrian trails, in the new documentary, Rails-to-Trails.

The film details the history of some of the more than 100 rail trails that line the state, including Manhattan’s renowned High Line and our own Walkway Over the Hudson. This feature explores the natural beauty and rich history of New York and the serene settings that allow people to escape the hustle of 21st century living.

Airing:
Thursday, May 18 at 8 pm on WLIW21 New York
Sunday, May 21 at 7 pm on THIRTEEN (PBS).

The program will also be available to stream online at http://wliw.org/treasures as of 7 pm Sunday, May 21.

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Beginning May 18, the Emmy-Award winning PBS series, Treasures of New York, will take viewers across New York State on a journey along various railway corridors that have been re-purposed as recreational bike and pedestrian trails, in the new documentary, Rails-to-Trails.

The film details the history of some of the more than 100 rail trails that line the state, including Manhattan’s renowned High Line and our own Walkway Over the Hudson. This feature explores the natural beauty and rich history of New York and the serene settings that allow people to escape the hustle of 21st century living.

Airing:
Thursday, May 18 at 8 pm on WLIW21 New York
Sunday, May 21 at 7 pm on THIRTEEN (PBS).

The program will also be available to stream online at http://wliw.org/treasures as of 7 pm Sunday, May 21.


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