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  • Gaspee Days 5K 2018: Results, Photos

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Runners start off for the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Runners start off for the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Former Mayor Scott Avedisian helped kick off the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Former Mayor Scott Avedisian helped kick off the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    CRANSTON, R.I. — The 53nd annual Gaspee Days 5K enjoyed weather in the high 70s, as  members of the 1,582-strong field sported smiles and determined expressions as they crossed the finish line at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet to the cheers of friends and announcers.

    The number of runners was 95 more than last year.

    Finishing first and second in the men’s division respectively were Brian Doyle, 25, of Davidson, NC with a time of 14:45 and Amos Sang, 29, of Chicopee, MA,  with a time of 14:53

    Glarius Rop, 33, of Agawam, MA was third with at time of 14:59. Last year, Sang and Rop were first and second, respectively.

    First place in the women’s open went to Rachel Schilkowsky, 26, of Providence, with a time of 17:59.5. Second place went to Salome Kosgei, 37, of High Falls, NY, with a time of 17:49:9.

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    Runners were welcomed by an enthusiastic crowd as they rounded the final corner headed toward Rhodes on the Pawtuxet for the final few hundred yards on Rhodes Place as the Gaspee Days Parade geared up down the road on Narragansett Parkway, scheduled for 10 a.m., but running closer to 10:30 a.m.

     For complete times, consult the full Gaspee Day 5K race results at Iresultslive.com.
    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Brian Doyle of Davidson, NC wins the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Brian Doyle of Davidson, NC wins the men’s division at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Rachel Schilkowsky, 26, of Providence, won the women's division at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Rachel Schilkowsky, 26, of Providence, won the women’s division at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Amos Sang of Chicopee, MA came in second in the men's division at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Amos Sang of Chicopee, MA came in second in the men’s division at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Glarius Rop of Agawam, MA comes in third at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Glarius Rop of Agawam, MA comes in third at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From left, Dankia Wayss, 20, of Warwick, Joe Demenezes, 61, of Warwick and Marge Bellisle, 62, of Warren near the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From left, Dankia Wayss, 20, of Warwick, Joe Demenezes, 61, of Warwick and Marge Bellisle, 62, of Warren near the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From left, Jeff Clare, 47, of Cranston, and Ana Caliri, 16, far right, of East Greenwich, near the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From left, Jeff Clare, 47, of Cranston, and Ana Caliri, 16, far right, of East Greenwich, near the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Matthew Cuddy, 33, of Warwick, nears the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] Matthew Cuddy, 33, of Warwick, nears the finish line at the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From center, left, Darcy Morgan, 48, of Sterling, CT, Laurie Chapman, 45, of Cranston, RI and Michael Mirandou, 44, of East Greenwich, RI at the start of the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

    [CREDIT:Rob Borkowski] From center, left, Darcy Morgan, 48, of Sterling, CT, Laurie Chapman, 45, of Cranston, RI and Michael Mirandou, 44, of East Greenwich, RI at the start of the Gaspee Days 5K Saturday, June 10, 2018.

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