Fort McMurray Marathon raises more than $38,000 for charities

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The largest Fort McMurray Marathon yet has raised more than $38,000 for 13 registered charities.

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More than 700 runners sold out most race events on the morning of Sept. 24. The event included a marathon, half-marathon, 10K, 5K, 3K and kids’ fun run. Since 2022, runners have been able to raise funds for participating charities through the Run for a Reason program.

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The first man to finish the marathon was Serhii Stepko, who finished with a time of 3:17:00. Alanna McMaster was the fastest woman to finish the marathon with a time of 3:39:55. McMaster also won the 2021 Fort McMurray Marathon.

Full results are online. This year’s winners include:

42.2K Marathon

Men

  1. Serhii Stepko
  2. Raf Rzedowski
  3. Adam Hussynec

 Women

  1. Alanna McMaster
  2. Tracey Manuel
  3. Jenna Power

21.1K Half-Marathon

Men

  1. Jordan McIver
  2. Brayden Kijewski
  3. Matt Yurkiw

Women

  1. Caitlyn Gould
  2. Sarah Bruce
  3. Candice Strickland

10K

Men

  1. Kail Sundholm
  2. Erich Fediuk
  3. Jacob Welsh

Women

  1. Ali Myers
  2. Raynita Venter
  3. Whitney Biegel

5K

Men

  1. Noah Brown
  2. Arthur Bennett
  3. Ben Deneve

Women

  1. Szilvia Papp
  2. Karla Alvarez
  3. Christina Tuinema

3K

Men

  1. Kyle Maki
  2. Jeremy Ledi
  3. Miles Macauley

Women

  1. Brandi Dorchak
  2. Cecelia Macauley
  3. Teeba Kourani
alanna mcmaster
Alanna McMaster wins the women’s portion of the Fort McMurray Marathon at MacDonald Island Park on September 24, 2023. Vincent McDermott/Fort McMurray Today/Postmedia Network
Serhii Stepko
Serhii Stepko wins the Fort McMurray Marathon at MacDonald Island Park on September 24, 2023. Vincent McDermott/Fort McMurray Today/Postmedia Network

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