Cape Gazette

Free to Breathe 5K at Cape all about family support

By Dave Frederick | Aug 19, 2013
Photo by: Dave Frederick Runners round the bend to start the Free to Breathe 5K.

The Free To Breathe 5K starting at Cape Henlopen High School Aug. 11 attracted 182 runners and 16 walkers, many there to remember family members who have been lost to lung-related illnesses.

Ty Franks, 16, was the overall winner of the race in a time of 17:01 followed by Austin MacElrevey ,17, in 18:33 and Owen Walker, 13, in 18:33.

Chris Stanley, a masters runner of 44, broke up the teen domination, clocking a 19:32.

Elizabeth Martin, 29, from Austin, Texas, was the first woman in 20:25, followed by Melanie Rivers in 21:39.

Mardiny Ung, 46, won the women’s masters in 22.25.

Race winner Ty Franks approaches the finish chute. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Austin MacElrevey finishes second. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Owen Walker, 13, of Reston, Va., is the third runner across the line. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Chris Stanley is the masters winner. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Elizabeth Martin, 29, from Austin, Texas, runs 20:25 to win the women's race. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
Kim Geyer, 45, from Millersville, Pa., wins her age group. (Photo by: Dave Frederick )
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