Jul 28, 2014
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Course Record Broken at Dirty Sock Run 10K

Overall winner Greg Cantwell of Port Jefferson finished his run by breaking the course record.

Course Record Broken at Dirty Sock Run 10K Course Record Broken at Dirty Sock Run 10K

The , presented by the Babylon Rotary Club, through the winding trails near Southard's Pond, came home with more than just donations and a good and healthy cause – a record fell for the seven-year old race.

Greg Cantwell, 24, of Port Jefferson, set a new course record for the charitable race by running a blazing 33:12, 19 seconds quicker than any other racer and 15 seconds quicker than the previous record holder.

The previous record for the Dirty Sock Run 10K was 33:27, set by Franklin Diaz, of Farmingdale, in 2008.

On the women's side, Dix Hills resident Stefanie Braun, 21, took home the Female Overall Winner award, coming in at 14th overall at a 38:14 time.

The race also handed out awards to Babylon Town residents, including Deer Park's Ryan Zillmann, 23, who came in third place overall with a time of 34:21. Babylon Village's Tom Eickelberg, 23, was right behind him at 34:33. The women's Babylon winner was Jessica Petermann, 33, of Amityville, who finished 39th overall at 42:25.

Over 590 people took part in the race on Sunday morning. Make sure to check out more results from the race and individual award winners from the event.

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