A total of 765 runners competed on Sunday at the 38th Mid-Winter 10 Mile Classic. We had excellent conditions with light wind and temperatures in the low to mid 30s throughout the race.
Matt Rand of Portland was the first person across the line in 52:31, beating Sam Seekins of Hanover, New Hampshire by 56 seconds. Michael Gordon broke his own 2019 Masters course record by 17 seconds with a time of 53:44 to finish in third.
Gretchen Speed of Portland won the race with a time of 64:02, 55 seconds ahead of Pawling, New York’s Maddie Leopold who ran 64:57. Sally Dupere of Newtonville, Massachussetts was the first Masters runner and finished in third place overall with a time of 65 even.