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Results from Ontario’s newest marathon

Jason Faber and Sarah Donaldson were the winners of the inaugral Georgina Marathon

Ontario’s newest marathon took place Sunday in Georgina, Ont., and it was Toronto’s Jason Faber and Sarah Donaldson who were the winners of the inaugural event. It was a cool, windy day in Georgina, but on a flat, fast course, many runners were still able to sneak in under their Boston Marathon qualifying times.

A birds-eye view of Lake Drive, which runs alongside Lake Simcoe

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The marathon

Faber was the first runner to complete the two 21-kilometre loop course, breaking the tape in 2:30:28. Orillia’s Brent Poulson finished a few minutes behind him in 2:33:52, followed by Chris van de Water to round out the podium in 2:36:12.


Donaldson was the first woman across the line in 2:57:54, good for 19th overall. Kim Brown ran 2:59:57 to place second (24th overall), followed closely by Tanya Porcellato from Guelph in 3:00:13.

The half-marathon

Adam Flecker won the half-marathon in 1:16:05, followed by Shawn McFarlane of Lakeshore in second 1:17:50. Third place went to Michelle Krezonoski, who was also the first place woman in 1:19:58. Kingston’s Brant Stachel was the third-place male in 1:20:14.


Kim Krezonoski finished behind her sister in 1:20:29, followed by Laurel Buchanon in third in 1:24:32.

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Wheelchair results

Brett Babcock of Kingston won the wheelchair half-marathon division in 1:31:50, and Brampton’s Isaiah Christophe won the men’s wheelchair division for the marathon in 2:16:32.

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