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Fred Lebow Marathon and Half

Sunday January 20th, 2019
Central Park, NY
Distance: Half Marathon

Fred Lebow died of cancer in 1994 at age 62, but not before he left an indelible mark on the running scene in New York and the world as a runner, race director and founder of the New York City Marathon. This race named after him was cancelled in 2016 due to extreme weather. Now it's back, and as the first race in the NYRR 5-Borough Series, the Fred Lebow Half-Marathon presents a great challenge to start the year.

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Race Date: 01/21/2018 Distance: Half Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 1:10:23 Michael Cassidy 32 Staten, NY
2nd Male 1:10:34 Ryan Archer 37 Griswold, CT
3rd Male 1:13:34 Ethan Koreff 24 New York, NY
4th Male 1:13:34 John Campagna 25 New York, NY
Female 1:23:19 Jessica Chichester 31 Lexington, KY
2nd Female 1:24:18 Katherine Michno 29 Brooklyn, NY
3rd Female 1:25:03 Fiona Bayly 30 New York, NY
4th Female 1:25:27 Irene Kalbian 26 Philadelphia, PA
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 1:16:56 Jordan Wolff 41 Jordan Wolff
M 50-59 1:22:36 Paul Giuliano 54 Montclair, NJ
M 60-69 1:33:53 Alan Ruben 60 New York, NY
M 70+ 1:49:25 Paul Racine 70 New York, NY
F 40-49 1:26:09 Paige Yellen 42 New York, NY
F 50-59 1:42:02 Andrea Lieblein 51 New York, NY
F 60-69 2:07:27 Brigitte Heber 63 New York, NY
F 70+ 2:47:07 Phyllis Giarro 72 Bronx, NY
Fred Lebow Marathon and Half

A Foggy Run for Fred

With the winter racing season in full swing, more than 4,900 runners turned out for 13.1 miles at the NYRR Fred Lebow Manhattan Half. The race, named for the late NYRR president and New York City Marathon co-founder, took runners over a new two-plus-lap course in Central Park.

As a blanket of fog rolled over the park, Jerry Faulkner of the New York Athletic Clubcruised through the course, winning the race in 1:11:54. Fellow NYAC member Caroline Lefrak took first in the women’s race, breaking the tape in 1:16:56.

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