Admin Race # 132
Sunday May 7th, 2023
Providence, Rhode Island
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 5K · Kids Race
Offical Race Web Site
This exciting race day in Down City will host a marathon, half marathon, 5k and kids fun run.
The Marathon will start at 7:30 a.m. Sunday in Downtown Providence, Rhode Island. The Half Marathon will start at 8:00 a.m. from the same location. The 5k will follow at 8:15 am and the kids race with take off at 8:20 all from the same great downtown running festival.
The marathon course is USATF certified and is a Boston Marathon Qualifier.
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displays approximate race location · Providence RI 02906
|Male||2:30:32||John McGowan||NEW HAVEN, CT|
|2nd Male||2:31:43||David Melville||MONETA, VA|
|3rd Male||2:32:14||Jason Griffiths||PLYMOUTH, NH|
|4th Male||2:36:56||Joseph Darda||CHAPLIN, CT|
|Female||2:55:45||Katy Cargiulo||SALEM, NH|
|2nd Female||3:03:12||Laura Pierce||WOODBRIDGE, CT|
|3rd Female||3:15:11||Jenna Ciotti||BOSTON, MA|
|4th Female||3:18:53||Meg Kelly||NEW YORK, NY|
|M 40-49||2:49:12||Michael Daniels||WARWICK, RI|
|M 50-59||2:59:12||Michael Dolan||HAMDEN, CT|
|M 60-69||3:25:46||Gary Cattarin||MARLBOROUGH, MA|
|M 70+||5:11:35||Andrew Baer||CHARLESTOWN, RI|
|F 40-49||3:24:24||Kimberly Lord||SOUTH HERO, VT|
|F 50-59||3:38:59||jennifer Flaherty||EASTHAMPTON, MA|
|F 60-69||3:53:35||Nancy Stedman||TALLAHASSEE, FL|
|F 70+||5:14:35||Donna Sarasin||NASHUA, NH|
About the course.
A26.2 mi route in Newport, RI, United States. The route has a total ascent of 747.42 ft and has a maximum elevation of 15.75 ft. The first half of the course highlights the best of Newport with craggy shores, wide open ocean vistas, historic mansions and intricate architecture. After passing Easton’s Beach at the half way point, the full heads out to Middletown past Hanging Rock and Surfer’s End to a challenging course with more gorgeous views. The race finishes back along the water at Easton’s Beach.
The course is USATF certified and a Boston Qualifier.
"This event keeps getting better. There are only two marathons in Rhode Island and this is the biggest event."