Good Deed
We participate in the Chilmark Road Race every year.
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Perfect Weather Conditions Shine on Chilmark Road Race
Will Sennott
Hugh Parker, a 29-year-old runner from New York city, won the 42nd annual Chilmark Road Race with a time of 15:40:20.
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Community of Runners Revs Up for Chilmark Road Race
Will Sennott
The Chilmark Road Race marks its 42nd year on Saturday — much-loved annual tradition in the run for the lobster.
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Winner Takes the Lobster in 41st Chilmark Road Race
Landry Harlan

Tristan Forsythe, 18, charged ahead to cross the finish line first in the Chilmark Road Race Saturday morning.

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Chilmark Road Race Turns Forty One Years Young
Landry Harlan
The first Chilmark Road Race stepped off in 1978. On Saturday at 10:30 a.m. the tradition continues on the hills of Middle Road.
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High Spirits, Quick Feet at 40th Annual Chilmark Road Race
Steve Myrick
Rain stopped just before the start of the annual road race Saturday. Benjamin Bosworth, 22, was the fastest runner of the day. Sheridan Wilbur won the women's division for the fourth year in a row.
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Chilmark Road Race Is 40 Years Young
Heather Hamacek

For 40 years, Hugh Weisman has been measuring Middle Road, spray painting markers, ordering T-shirts, collecting prizes and organizing the Chilmark Road Race.

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The Chilmark Road Race is Family Affair For Record-Setting Son and Fast Father
David Corr
Youth and age were served in the seventh annual Chilmark Road Race on Saturday - both in the same Chilmark family.
 
One voice in the throng at the race awards ceremony at the Chilmark Community Center asked the age of the winner.
 
“Oh, 20,” replied David Alden of Chilmark and Brookline.
 
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Chilmark Road Race Is a Race for the Few And Fun for the Many
Amy Callahan
Two course records were broken, but the Chilmark Road Race on Saturday was more a celebration of community and health than a contest.
 
Many of the fastest runners turned around after the finished the five-kilometer route and walked back up Middle Road to cheer on their slower comrades. Neighbors along the race route came out to the end of their driveways and others say on their lawns to greet the runners. Even a cow looked on, half amused, at the sweaty commotion in the road.
 
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Chilmark Road Race Was Record Run in the Sun
Jason Gay
The sun made a rare appearance, an Oak Bluffs man blazed to a course record and a jumbo lobster stuffed the consequences Saturday at the 19th annual running of the Chilmark Road Race.
 
Art Smith, 28, of East Chop and Cambridge ignored soaring summer temperatures en route to winning the five-kilometer (3.1-mile) race down Middle Road by a wide margin in a record 14 minutes, 38 seconds.
 
It was Mr. Smith’s second straight victory at Chilmark and - as is the custom - received to cash prize, but instead a large, Island-caught lobster.
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