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Stockade-athon started in Afghanistan, finishes in Central Park

Stockade-athon started in Afghanistan, finishes in Central Park

Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010
In a unique twist to the 35th annual Stockade-athon, which will start from Central Park at 9 a.m. today, race organizers will include Stockade-athon finish times from a sister site in Kabul, Afghanistan.
 
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Stockade-athon: Allstadt eyes second title, but faces speedy competition

Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010
The historic Gazette Stockade-athon, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, has a long list of multiple champions. There’s been a new face in both the men’s and women’s divisions in each of the last four years, though, and there’s a good chance that that trend will continue on Sunday.
 
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Stockade-athon: Race has become blend of tradition, talent, scenery

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
From humble beginnings, the Gazette Stockade-athon has grown into one of the most important dates on the road racing calendar in the Capital Region, attracting not only big fields, but also runners of distinction and national-caliber ability.
 

Stockade-athon: Year-by-year recap

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
A year-by-year recap of the Gazette Stockade-athon.
 
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A Seat in the Bleachers: The Stockade-athon comes to Kabul, Afghanistan

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
Cassie Ayott, an Air Force flight nurse advis­or stationed in Afghanistan, will be one of 300 people - servicemen and women and Afghanis - who will "compete" in the Gazette Stockade-athon and e-mail in their results to be mingled with those from Sunday's race.
 

Stockade-athon: Healthy Living Expo focuses on preventing problems

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
This year’s Stockade-athon Healthy Living Expo, to be held Saturday at Proctors’ Robb Alley in conjunction with the 35th annual Gazette Stockade-athon, will include a number of experts and services involved in some of the different aspects of physical fitness.
 
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Stockade-athon: Forum features top women's distance runners

Friday, Nov. 5, 2010
Women’s particip­ation in races like the Gazette Stockade-athon has grown considerably in the last three decades, and several top women's runners will be featured in a panel discussion Saturday as part of the Healthy Living Expos.
 
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Stockade-athon: Former champ Allstadt racking up titles

Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010
Former University at Albany star Andy Allstadt will be one of the top contenders for the 35th annual Gazette Stockade-athon on Sunday.
 
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Stockade-athon newcomer Burdick runs like a veteran (with video)

Monday, Nov. 9, 2009
Familiarity is overrated. Just ask Laurel Burdick.
 
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Degrazia, 58, hits her Stockade-athon goal

Monday, Nov. 9, 2009
Two weeks removed from winning her age group at the Lucerne Marathon in Switzerland, 58-year-old Martha Degrazia was still operating like clockwork on Sunday.
 
Hill take its toll, but Cabada perseveres to win Stockade-athon (with photo gallery, video, list of finishers)
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Hill take its toll, but Cabada perseveres to win Stockade-athon (with photo gallery, video, list of finishers)

Monday, Nov. 9, 2009
"The Climb" is the reason why Fer­nando Cabada Jr. worked much harder than he planned en route to winning the 34th annual Gazette Stockade-athon, which drew a record field of nearly 1,500 entrants on a clear, sunny Sunday.
 

Promising marathoner Cabada to run in Stockade-athon

Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009
Patience is perhaps the most important virtue Fernando Cabada Jr. needs to hold on to right now, because his short but spectacular running career has suffered fits and starts, too, and he’ll need some time to regain his footing as one of the most promising young marathoners in the U.S. With that objective in mind, he’ll run in the 34th annual Gazette Stockade-athon 15k on Sunday.
 
Mort handily wins Stockade-athon battle
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Mort handily wins Stockade-athon battle

Monday, Nov. 10, 2008
A year after just five seconds separated the men’s and women’s Gazette Stockade-athon winners from their respective runners-up, Emory Mort of Ghent and Kaitlin O’Sullivan of Syracuse each won by almost a minute on Sunday after dropping their closest rivals for good on the uphills after the halfway point.
 
Running couple met in Special Olympics
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Running couple met in Special Olympics

Monday, Nov. 10, 2008
It has become commonplace for the Gazette Stockade-athon to extend its reach beyond the Capital Region for runners, but it’s still interesting to see what kind of convoluted hopscotch can land athletes in Central Park each November.
 
O’Sullivan stretches her speed over 15k
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O’Sullivan stretches her speed over 15k

Monday, Nov. 10, 2008
Kaitlin O’Sullivan, a 23-year-old member of the Syracuse Chargers running club, sowed she has stamina as well as speed, pulling away from Chargers teammate Jennifer Adams of Gansevoort to win the women’s division of the 33rd annual Gazette Stockade-athon by 59 seconds Sunday at Central Park.
 
 

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