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Schroon Lake race recognized

Half marathon selected as best in Northeast

The Adirondack Distance Festival has been recognized by readers of a national running publication. Readers of “Competitor.com” have named the half marathon along Schroon Lake as the best in the Northeast.

The Adirondack Distance Festival has been recognized by readers of a national running publication. Readers of “Competitor.com” have named the half marathon along Schroon Lake as the best in the Northeast.

— Stanley Larkin of Saint-basile-le-grand, Quebec, won the men’s marathon in 2 hours, 53 minutes, 24 seconds, while Meg Ray of New York City claimed the women’s title in 3:18:54.

In the handcycle race, Jeremy Shortsleeve of Jericho, Vt., won the race in 1:48:44.

The marathon, 26 miles, 385 yards, circumnavigated Schroon Lake over challenging forest roads with lakeside views until it finished back at the Schroon town beach. It had 239 finishers.

The marathoners had company over the second half of the course as 511 half marathoners toed the starting line in Adirondack and raced to the finish in Schroon Lake 13.1 miles later.

Michael Brady of Brooklyn won the men’s half marathon in 1:14:22. Melanie Staley of Saratoga Springs won the women’s title in 1:27:00.

There were also marathon relays —one for two-person teams and another for four-person teams. The team of Ehntholt-Paquette won the two-person relay in 2:55:20. The team of Toelstedt, White, Cote and Cresci won the four-person relay in 3:12:45.

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