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Record Breaker
Kate Pallardy at mile 1.5 on her way to winning the Woodstock Memorial Day 10K Road Race May 28. Photo courtesy of Jimi Gothreau.

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Adam Bulewich

Female wins
10k race
WOODSTOCK — For the first time in the history of the Woodstock Memorial Day 10k Road Race, the winner was a woman and she smoked the other racers by more than 2 minutes and broke the women’s course record.
More than 160 participants took part in the 38th running of the Woodstock Memorial Day 10K Road Race. While most runners hailed from Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island; Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia were also represented.  
The overall winner was Kate Pallardy of New York (she summers on Bungee Lake in West Woodstock). She made the race look easy, coming in more than 2 minutes ahead of the nearest runners with a time of 36:06. Next across the line was Adam Bulewich of Windsor with a time of 38:14. Matthew Rich of Woodstock finished second for the men in 38:30, and John Fitzgibbons of Worcester was close behind with a time of 38:50.
Rounding out the Women’s Division was Melissa Stellato of Windsor with a time of 38:42 and Linda Spooner of Sturbridge with a time of 40:51.
Woodstock Recreation Director Crystal Adams said $1,000 of race proceeds would  be donated to the Woodstock Fuel Assistance Fund. This fund helps Woodstock residents in need heat their homes during the winter. 

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