Both the Daily Gazette and Times Union gave great coverage of the event. Clicking on the links in this article will take you to their excellent articles and numerous pictures. Soon our photo editor and chief photographer, Bill Meehan, will supplement them with hundreds of pictures taken by HMRRC club members from all over the course. Check back for updates!!
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by Christine Bishop
To poets, November is a dreary month full of gray days, but to runners it is a glorious month full of thrilling races with the Stockade-athon being preeminent. The Stockade-athon is one of the oldest 15K races in America, having started in 1976 with 80 runners! It is the last major distance race of the season and serious runners love it even though the 9.3-mile course can be brutal. This year’s race is highly anticipated because of a father-son dynamic, top-class entrants, and changes to the race itself. The 42nd MVP Health Care Stockade-athon organized by the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club (HMRRC) will be one for the books. For full article, click here