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  • On your mark, get set, Go!
  • Cancer survivors hand out medals
  • Scenic course through Howard County, MD
  • Fun for all ages
  • Awesome post race festival
  • Congratulations to the 2011 Winners!
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We did it!

Congratulations to all of our runners for successfully completing the 6th Annual Maryland Half Marathon and inaugural 5K! Thanks to all of you - our runners, fundraisers, sponsors, donors, volunteers, and the Maple Lawn community - the Maryland Half Marathon & 5K was a day to be remembered.


Congratulations to our Half Marathon and 5K Winners!


The top finisher in this year’s Maryland Half Marathon was Alex Paddison, 17, of Adamstown, MD., who ran the race in 1:21:13. Alex resides in Frederick County, which means that the race’s top prize, the Maryland Half Marathon County Cup, will be hosted by a county other than Baltimore County for only the second time in the history of the Maryland Half Marathon.  The first female runner across the finish line this year was Monica Federoff, 25, of Bethesda, MD., who ran the race in 1:34:27. 


Congratulations to the first ever winner of our 5K, Steve Schmitt, 25, of New Providence, PA, who completed the inaugural race in just 17:32. 


Congratulations as well to the first female runner to complete the 5K, Rachel Thomas, (who is just 11 years old!), from Perry Hall, MD, with a time of 21:41.


And as always, much thanks to all the Kids' Fun Run participants and their families. We hope you had fun!

Click here for all Runner Results and Overall Winners.  For your race photo, visit Chessie Photo's website.




LEFT: A Shout Out to our pace group leaders from Baltimore Pacemakers. Thank you all for coming out and participating and helping our runners cross the finish line!

BELOW: A special thanks to Dozer and his mom, Rosana Panza (center), for coming out and signing his new book - Dozer's Run, written by Debbie Levy (right) and illustrated by David Opie (left).




Thank You for Making Every Mile Matter!

Together, we were able to raise funds and support theUniversity of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center in an extraordinary way. AND it's not too late to help! You can still fundraise until May 31st so don’t forget to share your accomplishment with your family, friends and co-workers asking them to continue in their support. Even if you've already hit your fundraising goal, there's still time to reach the next level.

View all of our fundraising premiums here.


A special thanks to our Post Race Festival partners:

Athletes Serving Athletes

Dunkin' Donuts

Berkeley Research Group

It Works

Sleeping Bear Press & Dozer



University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center

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