Mark Lovewell

Monday, October 2, 2017

Molly Seidel, a 23-year-old resident of Watertown won the annual Gay Head 10K road race. Setting her eyes on the first place runner, she kicked in and overtook him, never looking back. Molly finished the race in 35 minutes flat. Her friends Helen Schlachtenhaufen of Watertown finished second with a time of 37:15.15, and Paige Kouba of Cambridge finished third with a time of 38:22.93.

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Hugh Weisman, Chilmark & New York
Molly, Congratulations! What a great performance! I'm the director of the Chilmark Road Race, a 5K, alway run on the 2nd Saturday in August. We'd love for you to take a crack at the women's record, or if even the men's record, if you feel like it. We always have a field of 1,600 runners, so a bit more crowded than the lovely course you ran in Aquinnah. First women this year was Sheridan Wilbur with a time of 18:25. Chris McNamara holds the women's course record of 17:14. First man this year was Brian Bosworth with a time of 16:21.
October 3, 2017 - 4:37pm


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