Ex-Long Islander, SBU professor win LI Marathon
Most elite runners say the Long Island Marathon course is relatively flat, what with the long, lonely stretch along Wantagh ...
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Ex-Long Islander, SBU professor win marathon
The race represented a bit of redemption for former Miller Place resident Thomas Rammelkamp, who had to pull out of the Boston Marathon earlier this year with a case of hypothermia. The women’s winner was Patchogue’s Gabrielle Russo, an assistant professor of anthropology at Stony Brook University.
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Kemp finishes second in half-marathon
Barrett Kemp wasn’t even sure he’d be able to run Sunday. After passing out recently while on a run, Kemp ...
Barry’s children give her lift in half-marathon
Fan turnout was good at Sunday morning’s Long Island Marathon, but for Manhasset’s Aileen Barry, two spectators in particular helped ...
Marathon vignettes: Hawkins wins wheelchair race
Peter Hawkins, Malverne, 53Peter Hawkins’ inspirational journey returned to a familiar location Sunday morningThe Malverne resident completed what he said ...
LI Marathon highlights 2017: Funny signs, costumes, more
The 2017 Long Island Marathon weekend took place on Saturday, May 6, and Sunday, May 7. ...View
Kelly Perno-Grosser three-peats in 10K
Twice was nice, but three was even better for Kelly Perno-Grosser. The 37-year-old from Seaford won her third consecutive 10K ...
LI Marathon ends with cheers, beers
Cheryl Donald was 32 seconds too late in her quest to run the Kentucky Derby Marathon in under four hours ...
Couple turn LI Marathon into ‘marry-thon’
Dave Ludin crossed the finish line, dropped down to one knee and proposed to Jill Mahon with a ring he made from a gold coin.
Russo on quite a run heading into Long Island Marathon
The rain pelted Gabrielle Russo with every step, and 40-mph wind gusts meant there was a literal invisible force pushing ...