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Photos: Hamptons Marathon Has Successful 7th Run

Check out photos and results from Saturday's races.

...and they're off! Credit: Richard Lewin
...and they're off! Credit: Richard Lewin
Nearly 2,000 runners came out for the 7th annual Hamptons Marathon and Half-Marathon, which started in Springs, on Saturday.

Aaron Mendelsohn, a 39-year-old from New York City, broke the top time in the 26.2-mile race history with a time of 2:50:27, keeping a pace of 6:31. 

Deanna Culbreath, a 34-year-old New York woman, was the first woman to cross the finish line, coming in seventh overall, with a time of 3:09:00. 

For a full list of results, click here.

In the half-marathon, Ryan Hagen, a 22-year-old from Sag Harbor, finished 1:11:05, keeping a 5:26 pace. The first woman to finish was third-place winner overall, Delilah DiCrescenzo, a 30-year-old from New York, who finished in 1:15:04, breaking the female course record.

For a full list of results from the Half-Marathon, click here.

In the 5K, John Fisher, 22, of Middletown, Conn., won with a time of 18:49. Marissa Smith, 26, of New York, was the first female finisher in 19:09.

For a full list of results from the 5K, click here.

Girl Scouts from troops 711, 419, 515, 1768, and 859 offered some relief to runners at water stations.

The Hamptons Marathon and its related events raise money for Southampton Hospital, Project MOST, and the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center. It has donated over $220,000 to the hospital and Project MOST since its inception. 

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