, Newburyport, MA


May 6, 2013

Hribar's spring forward

Newburyport female takes Spring Fever title


Hribar nearly achieved her goal of breaking three hours for the first time at the Boston Marathon April 15. She finished in 3:01.17, placing 152nd among all women.

Georgetown resident Sean McDonough, 30, took home the men’s title in 16:25. Groveland’s Gary Cuneo, 27, was second in 16:37. Newburyport’s Steve Dorsett, a 24-year-old who had the top local marathon time in 2:52.48, was third in 16:46.

On the women’s side, Newburyport’s Jana Schulson, 40, was second after Hribar in 19:42. Newburyport’s Kelly Bradbury, 46, was third in 20:12.

In total, 291 people finished the race Saturday afternoon. Proceeds from the race will benefit the Newburyport PTO.

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