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Newfoundlander Kate Bazeley ran a time of two hours, 39 minutes and 55 seconds to break her own provincial marathon record at the Houston Marathon in Texas on Sunday.
Bazeley finished 17th in a large and strong field of female runners. Meanwhile, Newfoundland’s Colin Fewer was top men’s masters runner (40-plus) in the half marathon in Houston. Fewer had a time of 1:07:09.
Both Bazeley and Fewer are multiple winners of the annual Tely 10 road race, with Bazeley recording the fastest female time in the race’s history, while Fewer has won a record 10 men’s Tely titles.