Marathon Man. Islander Dr. Frank Adipietro running in the Nov. 3 New York City Marathon.
When Islander Dr. Frank Adipietro heard the gun go off in Staten Island Sunday, Nov. 3, he set out along with more than 50,000 people for his 38th New York City marathon.
“I’ve been in every one but the Sandy race, every one since 1981,” Dr. Adipietro said about his extraordinary streak. In 2012, the race was cancelled as the city recovered in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. (more…)
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And they’re off! All for a good cause at Saturday’s Shelter Island 5K race.
Shelter Island High School cross country athletes took the top three spots for the men running Saturday’s 5K. Kal Lewis, 17, posted a 15:40.43 time to break the tape for the second consecutive year.
He was followed by Tyler Gulluscio, 16, who ran the course in 17:46.59 and Domingo Gil, 18, who posted a time of 18:15.2. (more…)
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Shelter Island is the perfect spot for distance runs, and not just for the physical beauty that runners race through, but for the spirit of those who turn out to cheer the athletes on their quest. (more…)
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Richie Surozenski is the Lions’ Citizen of the Year for 2019.
Richie Surozenski has been selected by the Shelter Island Lions Club as its 2019 Citizen of the Year. (more…)
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Phil Power accepts the Shelter Island Reporter’s Person of the Year award from Times Review’s Grant Parpan March 7 at Riverhead’s Polish Hall.
March 7 was a night to celebrate those who in the Times Review Media Group’s publication areas have gone above and beyond in giving back to their communities. (more…)