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Hamptons Marathon, Half, and 5K Drew Nearly 1,000

Wed, 09/27/2023 - 20:44
Sergey Avramenko of Hampton Bays was the runner-up in the Hamptons Half-Marathon on Saturday.
Jack Graves

Despite the foul weather, almost a thousand runners turned out for the Hamptons Marathon, Half-Marathon, and 5K at the Southampton Intermediate School Saturday. 

The races were won, respectively, by Jake Gallagher, 36, of Larchmont, N.Y., in 2 hours, 43 minutes, and 45 seconds, Jordan Daniel, 28, of Westhampton Beach in 1:08:43, and Danny Cohen, 24, of Solon, Ohio, in 18:01. 

Rounding out the marathon’s top three were Kevin Collins, 37, of New York City, in 2:54:43, and Ryan Law, 27, also of New York City, in 2:55:08. The women’s winner, and 18th over all, was Emily Heine, 36, of Basking Ridge, N.J., in 3:23:06. Alyssa Bahel, who is 26 and lives in Water Mill, was the female runner-up in 3:26:45. 

Among other locals in the marathon were Martin Garcia, 55, and Chris Lorenzini, 39, both of Sag Harbor; Paddy Hogan, 54, of East Hampton; Robin Davies, 46, of Water Mill, and two East Hamptoners, Krista Sanderson, 35, and Nick Kraus, 52. 

Sergey Avramenko of Hampton Bays, a 38-year-old regular in road races here, was the half’s runner-up in 1:12:46, followed by Ryan Renken, 24, of New York City. His time was 1:15:53. The half’s women’s winner, and 11th over all, was another New Yorker, Corinne Fitzgerald, 31, in 1:22:47. 

Among the South Forkers in that race were David Reveman, 43, of East Hampton, who placed second in the male 40-44 age group in 1:25:07; Sara Pearson, 30, of East Hampton, who topped the female 30-34 division in 1:33:06; Nick Tulp, 26, of East Hampton, 50th in 1:36:02; Robert Magnotta, 57, of Amagansett, who was first in the male 55-59 category in 1:38:01; Jake Bloom, 23, of East Hampton, who placed 80th, and Anthony Daunt, 31, also of East Hampton, 85th. 

New Haven’s Anthony Russo, 24, was the 5K’s runner-up in 18:11, and Medford’s Stephanie Popovitch, 26, was the women’s winner in 18:20 and third over all. 

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