More than 1,400 runners participated Sunday in the 33rd annual Gazette Stockade-athon. Posted on November 9, 2008.
Dan Kelly, of Cohoes, left, his son Jack, 2, and Jack's grandmother, Peggy Paone, run together in the Stockadeathon Kids' Run.
Cameron Dylong, 11, left, is congratulated by his mother Karen of Glenville after his finish in the Stockadeathon Kids' Run.
A.J. Barboza, 3, of Schenectady, left, and his mother, Takeisha, play with toys A.J. received after running in the Stockadeathon Kids' Run.
Emily Lange, 14, of Schenectady warms up before the Stockadeathon.
Mark Clemens of Delanson relaxes on a rock wall before the start of the Stockadeathon.
Competitors in the Stockade-athon 15K race take off from the starting line on Sunday.
Emory Mort, left, of Ghent, and Andy Allstadt of Albany run side-by-side along Nott Street during the Stockadeathon Sunday. Mort won the race, while Allstadt, the 2007 champion, finished second.
Kristi Fragnoli of Latham awaits the arrival of friend Karin Shamlian at the Stockadeathon finish line.
Emory Mort of Ghent crosses the finish line as the overall winner of the Stockadeathon.
Kaitlin O'Sullivan of Syracuse crosses the finish line as the women's winner of the Stockadeathon.
Emily Bryans, left, chats with Beth Stalker after Bryans' third-place finish in the Stockadeathon.
Pavla O'Rourke of Long Island stretches out after finishing the Stockadeathon.
Bill Rodgers removes the race chip from his shoe after finishing the Stockade-athon.
John Mueller of Schenectady gives his wife, Ellen, a congratulatory kiss after they completed the Stockadeathon.
Karin Shamlian, left, gets a big hug from friend and fellow Stockadeathon runner Anne Haertel at the finish line.