IS ALL SMILES FINISHING AS FIRST WOMAN
AT THE BALTIMORE MARATHON.
KAREN MITCHELL PHOTO
Runners Revel in Baltimore
BY CLAY SHAW
BALTIMORE, MD--Patrick Hearn of Hampton, VA, and a native
of nearby Sykesville MD took over the lead at Mile 16 and went
on to win the Baltimore Marathon, held October 15, in 2:26:18.
Dan Swain of Parkville MD was second in 2:31:17. In third
it was Michael Wardian of Arlington VA in 2:31:45. Wardian was
the top Masters. Dave Berdan, the defending champ, finished
despite severe hip pain over the final 10 miles, in fifth place
Caitlyn Tateishi of Washington, DC, who grew up in Hawaii,
was the women's champion in 2:55:42. Silvia Baage
of Rockville, MD was second in 3:05:27. Janet Becker of
Rockford, MI was third and top Masters in 3:05:56. 2354
finished the marathon.
Dustin Whitlow of Alexandria, VA won in 1:13:29. Daniel
Martin of Arlington, VA was second in 1:15:11, Jesse Henderson
of Taneytown, MD was third in 1:17:05.
Brenda Hodge of York, PA, a 45-year-old Masters runner, came
from behind in the final miles to become the women's champion
in 1:26:54. Cody Mezebish of Westminster, MD was second
in 1:28:10. Hannah Peterson of Fairfax, VA was third in
1:28:18. The half capped at 11,000 runners.
Zack Kaminski of Baltimore, MD won in 16:10. Gabriel
Rodriguez of Seven Valleys, PA was second in 16:14. Graham Strzelecki
of Catonsville, MD was third in 16:44. Maryna Novik
of Vikedal, Norway was the women's
champ in 17:38. Caroline Bauer of Columbia MD was second
in 18:00 and Jen Ecker of Baltimore was third in 18:21.