/7/2016 12:41:52 PM

Over 1,000 runners took part in the first Women's Right To Run 5K &19K in Seneca Falls Saturday.   We'll have the results when they are available.

Seneca Falls was the site of the first Women’s Rights Convention in 1848 and is known as the Birthplace of Women’s Rights.

The course is picturesque and relatively flat. Both races  go through the New York Chiropractic College and by the Elizabeth Cady Stanton house. They finished at the future home of The National Women’s Hall of Fame, the Seneca Knitting Mill.

The event is a fundraiser for the renovation and will become The Center for Great Women.


Team 261 Fearless. Kathrine Switzer(white jacket) was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1967. 261 was her race number.  All Photos by Greg Cotterill, Finger Lakes News Radio.

K101.7's Tiffany Collinsworth meets Kathrine Switzer before starting the 19K.

5K winner- Adam Schone of Ithaca

2nd place 5K-Hunter Brignall of Seneca Falls

First 5K female (7th overall)-Catherine Porter of Seneca Falls

Joyce Brady of Seneca Falls meets Kathrine.

Volunteers wearing pink shirts helped out across the entire race routes.  Generations Bank President Menzo Case (r) cheering for the runners at the finish.


Susan Souhan of Seneca Falls helped hand out 19K medals.

19K Winner-Eric Gauthier of Succasunna, N.J.

Heather May of Geneva is the first woman to finish the 19K and was second overall.

Tiffany makes her way towards the finish.

She made it!, the 104th runner.


5K Overall Results

5K Age Group Results

19K Overall Results

19K Age Group Results




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