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MVP Stockade-athon 15K

Sunday November 13th, 2022
Schenectady, New York
Distance: 15K

The Stockade-athon is popularly recognized as the oldest "major" 15K road race in the USA. Starting in 1976 this classic 9.3 miler has become the highlight event on the fall racing season in upstate New York.

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displays approximate race location · East Glenville NY 12008

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Jack Berkery
A great race!
MVP Stockade-athon 15K, Race Date: 2019-11-10, Distance: 15k
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 46:01 Sean Oconnor 22 West Hartford, CT
2nd Male 46:11 John Busque 27 Albany, NY
3rd Male 46:39 Daniel Lennon 25 Albany, NY
4th Male 47:26 Jacob Andrews 26 Troy, NY
Female 54:24 Cara Sherman 22 Albany, NY
2nd Female 55:50 Christine Myers 21 Altamont, NY
3rd Female 56:01 Karen Hughes 35 Albany, NY
4th Female 56:03 Dana Bush 41 Saratoga Springs, NY
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 50:16 Anthony Giuliano 40 Niskayuna, NY
M 50-59 57:30 Michael Slinskey 50 Hopewell Junction, NY
M 60-69 1:04:18 Brian Sherras 62 West Ruper, VT
M 70+ 1:08:12 Dave Glass 73 Schenectady, NY
F 40-49 56:03 Dana Bush 41 Saratoga Springs, NY
F 50-59 1:01:38 Paula Wiltse 52 Brockville, ON
F 60-69 1:05:11 Beth Stalker 60 Ballston Spa, NY
F 70+ 1:29:30 Susan Wong 71 Glenmont, NY
MVP Stockade-athon 15K

The course starts near Veterans Park in downtown Schenectady. The course travels west on State Street for 1K before entering the historic Stockade District and proceeding on Front Street. The course exits the Stockade District after crossing Erie Blvd. The course then proceeds east on Nott Street past Union College before entering the historic GE Plot residential neighborhood via Lenox Ave, Douglas Rd and Rugby Rd.

The course exits Rugby Road and proceeds north on Waverly Place near the 5K mark. The course turns east off Waverly and follows Grand Blvd to the city boundary with Niskayuna, then proceeds south on Dean Street to Central Parkway past 8k. After a 1K residential loop on Central Parkway, the course enters beautiful Central Park and follows a bike path around Iroquois Lake and Duck Pond before reaching its highest elevation near 12K. The final 3k is mostly downhill or flat as the course exits Central Park and proceeds west through historic Vale Cemetery and Vale Park before a final downhill section on Franklin Street to the finish at City Hall.

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