Suffolk County Marathon brings hundreds of runners to the South Shore

Since the races inception in 2014, more than $1 million has gone to different organizations that help veterans in Suffolk.

News 12 Staff

Oct 22, 2023, 3:20 AM

Updated 245 days ago

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Hundreds of runners participated in the Suffolk County Marathon Sunday on the South Shore.
Since the races inception in 2014, more than $1 million has gone to different organizations that help veterans in Suffolk.
The full marathon, half marathon and 10K race began at 7:30 a.m. at the Babylon LIRR train station.
The course ran from Babylon Village through West Islip and to the Captree State Park. The runners then made their way back over the Robert Moses Bridge and crossed the finish line at Gardiners Park in Bay Shore.
Thomas Woolway finished the marathon in two hours, 44 minutes and 50 seconds.
“Very happy. I didn’t expect to win,” he said.
Lauren Parrinello came in first for the women’s run. Her time was two hours, 58 minutes and two seconds.


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