Run for the Light Your Way
The Gay Head 10K, doing its thing virtually this year so you can run wherever you are.
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Running With History at the Gay Head 10K
Noah Asimow
Over 160 runners from around the world came to compete in the race at the end of the world on Sunday at the seventh annual Gay Head 10K.
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Running to Keep the Light On
This year’s Gay Head 10K takes place on Sunday, Oct. 6.
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Runners Help Keep the Light on in Gay Head 10K
Landry Harlan

Rene Da Silva of Vineyard Haven and Kellie Clabby of Marietta, Ga., took top honors in the Gay Head 10K Sunday morning.

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Gay Head 10K Is Sight for Sore Feet
The Gay Head 10K is this weekend.
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Women Run Away With Top Spots in Gay Head 10K
Louisa Hufstader

The top three finishers in Sunday’s Gay Head 10K road race were all women. Molly Seidel of Watertown was the winner.

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Running to Keep the Light On: Gay Head 10K Is Sunday

Ladies and gentlemen, get your sneakers on for the Gay Head 10K. This year’s run is on Sunday, Oct. 1.

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Heartbreakers Lead the Way at Gay Head 10K

Heartbreakers running club from the Boston area dominated the Gay Head 10K road race Sunday, with club members Justin Keefe winning the men’s division and Emily Ganley finishing first in the women’s division.

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Rugged Gay Head 10K Helps Keep the Light On

More than 100 runners braved chilly, blustery winds and a hilly course to compete in the third annual Gay Head Light 10K Sunday. Rene Da Silva of Vineyard Haven blew the field away, finishing with a time of 36:45.

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Islanders Take Their Place in Winner's Circle in Gay Head 10K
Olivia Hull

Vineyard runners took home top medals in the second annual Gay Head 10K held Sunday morning, beginning with Edgartown native Jamie Smadbeck who crossed the finish line first with a time of 40:18. Mr. Smadbeck and his fiancee ran in memory of her mother, who recently died of lung cancer.

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