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Steel Rail half marathon runners run along the trail in Adams shortly after the start of the race.
Steel Rail Marathon winner Derek Grout of Valatie, NY crosses the finish line in Pittsfield with a winning time of 3:08:51.
Dusty Lopez finishes first in the half marathon
In sweltering heat, the Steel Rail Marathon, Half Marathon and 8K races took place on the Ashuwillticook Trail
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Mark Rabasco finishes second in the half marathon of the Steel Rail races, all of which ended in Pittsfield.
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