Mallory Anderson, 23, attended Columbia University where she ran cross country and track and field. On the track, she specialized in the 3000m steeplechase, scoring in multiple Ivy League Championships and competing in NCAA Regional Championships. Mallory was a three-time NCAA Academic All-American. At Columbia she also earned a B.A. in Political Science with a concentration in Business Management.
After graduating in 2013, Mallory decided to focus on longer-distance road races. In 2013, she raced her first half-marathon, winning the Staten Island Half in 1:22:51. She went on to run the Brooklyn Half Marathon in a personal best of 1:21:36. Mallory lives in Manhattan and works in marketing consulting. When she's not working or running, Mallory enjoys biking and reading (usually historical fiction).
- Steeplechase: 10:22
- Half-Marathon: 1:21:36
Esther Erb Atkins
Esther Erb Atkins is an American long-distance and marathon runner. Esther is the 2014 US Marathon Champion. She competed in the marathon at the 2015 World Championships in Beijing, China.
3 x In Top 8 at Major Marathon
|2 Mile||10:09.34||Boston, MA||March 1st, 2015|
|5000m||16:26.70||Fullerton, CA||March 14th, 2015|
|10,000m||33:42.51||Palo Alto, CA||April 3rd, 2015|
|5K Road||16:32||Frankfort, KY||July 4th, 2015|
|4 Mile Road||22:17||New York, NY||December 31st, 2010|
|8K Road||26:38||Richmond, VA||November 11th, 2015|
|10K Road||34:14||Richmond, VA||March 29th, 2014|
|15K Road||52:32||Jacksonville, FL||March 11th, 2017|
|10 Mile Road||55:28||Philadelphia, PA||May 6th, 2012|
|20K Road||1:11:54||New Haven, CT||September 2nd, 2013|
|Half Marathon||1:13:46||Jacksonville, FL||January 1st, 2016|
|25K Road||1:28:39||Grand Rapids, MI||May 15th, 2016|
|Marathon||2:33:15||Boston, MA||April 21st, 2014|
Samantha Bower was born and raised in Greensburg, PA where she attended Greensburg Salem High School. She graduated from Bucknell University in 2012 with a B.A in English. At Bucknell, Samantha competed in cross country and track, setting personal bests of 10:34 in the 3000 and 11:11 in the 3k steeple. Post-collegiately, Samantha set her personal road bests of 1:21:30 in the half marathon, 2:48:30 in the marathon, and her track best with a 62.00 in the 400m. Of her notable accomplishments, Samantha won the 2012 Brooklyn Marathon, where she broke the previous record, as well as the 2017 3k Steeple at the USATF Club Nationals. Samantha currently lives in Manhattan and teaches at Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts.
Alex Cadicamo, 26, graduated from Yale University in 2010 with a BA in Economics and Political Science. At Yale she earned All-Academic honors from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and won the Yale University John Cleary Michael Stanley Class of '54 women's cross country award.
Alex resumed competitive running in 2013 joining the NYAC and setting personal road bests in the 5k, 10k, 20k, half marathon, and marathon. She most recently won the 2014 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge. Alex ran 2:51:33 at the New York City Marathon in her debut marathon, placing 26th among all women and winning the Borough award for the fastest Manhattan resident. She was part of the winning NYAC NYC Marathon team, which had the third best performance in NYC Marathon history.
Alex resides in New York City and works at Goldman Sachs in Investor Relations.
- 1500 meters: 4:31.61
- 3000 meters: 9:33.12
- 5000 meters: 16:41.48
- 5k: 17:40
- 10k: 35:32
- 1/2 marathon: 1:17:39
- Marathon: 2:51:33
Jeanna Composti graduated from the University of Virginia in 2003 with a BA in Economics. At Virginia, she earned All-ACC honors as a freshman by placing 3rd in the 800m in 2:10.69 at the Indoor ACC Championships.
After a seven-year hiatus from running, Jeanna returned to the sport in the summer of 2008 upon graduating from Cornell Law School. Leaving her middle-distance roots behind her, Jeanna gradually moved up to the half marathon and marathon distances. In her first marathon (Philadelphia Marathon), she placed 13th in a time of 2:50:41. She bettered that time at the Chicago Marathon the following fall with a time of 2:47:26, placing 25th and then a 23rd place finish at the 2014 Chicago Marathon with an Olympic Trials qualifying time of 2:42:34.
Jeanna is currently living in Manhattan and is Vice President, Assistant General Counsel in the Government Investigations & Regulatory Enforcement group at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Half-Marathon: 1:18:13
- Marathon: 2:42:34
Marisa Cummings graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2014 with a degree in Economics and a minor in Environmental Studies. She ran Cross Country and Track & Field during her 4 years at school and was a member of Princeton's 2011 Outdoor Track Ivy League Championship team.
After graduating, Marisa transitioned to road racing. She debuted for the club in the half-marathon at the 2014 Grete's Gallop, finishing in 2nd place in a time of 1:18:39 - the second-fastest time at Grete's Gallop in club history.
Marisa currently resides in New York City and works at Deutsche Bank.
- 5k: 17:08
- 10k: 36:12
- Half-Marathon: 1:18:39
Sarah Cummings graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2011 with an AB in Economics. During her time at Princeton she was an All-American at 10,000 meters, won four individual Ivy League titles on the track and served as Cross Country captain for the 2010-2011 season.
After college Sarah made the transition to the roads, winning the 2011 NYRR Grete's Gallop Half Marathon. At the 2011 USATF Club Cross Country Championships she finished 29th (third NYAC), helping the team to a third place finish overall.
In 2012, Sarah took third place at the Broad Street 10 mile race finishing in a time of 56:53. She took seventh in her marathon debut at the 2012 Philadelphia Marathon with a time of 2:43:03 (2:42.57 gun time). Sarah was named the 2012 NYRR Runner of the Year in the 20-24 age category.
In 2013, Sarah ran a personal best of 1:15.17 at the NYC Half Marathon (24th overall, sixth American) and followed that up two weeks later with a second place finish and 10k road personal best of 34:43 at the NYRR Scotland Run. After a two year hiatus Sarah returned to the track, winning the New Balance Boston Twilight Meet 10,000 meters in a time of 34:08.
Sarah currently resides in New York City and works full-time at Goldman Sachs.
- Mile (i): 4:51.64
- 3000m (i): 9:24.86
- 5000m: 16:14.84
- 10,000m: 33:55.91
- 10k: 34:43
- 10 miles: 56:53
- ½ marathon: 1:15:17
- Marathon 2:42:57
Ellen Dougherty, 23, is a Long Island, New York native and Villanova University graduate. At Villanova, she was a perennial scorer in the Big East Championships, consistently provided solid relay legs, and qualified for the NCAA Division I Championships twice as an individual at 1500m.
Ellen is a high school track and cross country coach in the Greater Philadelphia area and is training under Marcus O'Sullivan.
- 800m: 2:07.82
- 1000m (i): 2:49.14
- 1500m: 4:18.66
Roberta Groner is an American long-distance and marathon runner. Roberta recently finished 6th in the marathon at the 2019 Outdoor Track & Field World Championships in Doha, Qatar while competing for Team USA. Roberta finished second at the 2017 US Marathon Championships in a time of 2:30.38. A full-time nurse and single mother of three, Roberta is an inspiration to all of her teammates. Roberta has already qualified for the US Olympic Marathon Trials in 2020, and she has already achieved the world standard in that event. Roberta’s story is one of progressive success – she ran a 2:50:48 at the 2015 Boston Marathon, a 2:45:30 at the 2015 New York City Marathon, 2:31:01 in finishing 12th in the 2018 NYC Marathon and a personal best of 2:29:06 in placing fifth at the Rotterdam Marathon in April 2019.
Jane Maxwell attended the University of Virginia, where she was the 2003 10,000 meter ACC champion. Jane finished 11th at the NCAAs in the same year, with a best time of 33:55.98, qualifying her for the 2003 USA track and field championships.
After graduating, Jane continued her running in Los Angeles with the Cal Coast Track Club, where she posted a best time in the marathon of 2:58:23, finishing third at the 2006 OC Marathon.
She currently works full time for GMAC Financial Services.
- 1500 meters: 4:35
- 3000 meters: 9:43.01
- 5000 meters: 16:28.08
- 10,000 meters: 33:55.98
- 10 kilometers: 35:41
- 1/2 Marathon: 1:18:46
- Marathon: 2:58:2
Kerin Hempel, née Maganzini, is a graduate of Princeton University. After nearly 20 years of focusing on soccer, Kerin began competing in road races in New York after college. While in Boston attending business school, Kerin was part of the 1st place team in the 2006 Boston Marathon, where she ran 2:59:37. After returning to New York, she captured her first NYRR win at the 2008 WABC Father's Day Fight Against Prostate Cancer 5-miler. She followed up this performance with at 40th place finish (21st American) at the 2008 ING New York City Marathon, running a new personal best of 2:54:05. Kerin works at NYRR, has two kids and just ran her marathon PR at the 2012 Philadelphia Marathon.
- Marathon: 2:52:38
Lesley Higgins was a two-time NCAA DI track All-American at the University of Colorado. While running for CU, Lesley was the first American, second overall, in the mile at the 2001 NCAA DI indoor track and field championships, running a personal best of 4:42.36. In 2000, she was a scoring member of the NCAA DI cross country national championship team, and also finished eighth in the 3000 meters at the NCAA DI outdoor track and field championships. In 1999, she was the Big XII champion in the 1000 meters indoors, and selected as the Big XII newcomer of the year. She was also the Big XII champion in the 3000 meter steeplechase in 2002, and was a 2002 USA track and field championships qualifier in the 3000 meter steeplechase.
Lesley resumed competitive running in 2007, competing in the 2007 USA championships in the 3000m steeplechase. On June 7, 2008, she achieved the Olympic Trials A standard with a personal best of 9:58.63 at the Saturn Midwest Distance Solution. She finished 13th in the final of the 3000m steeplechase at the 2008 Olympic Trials. In 2011, ten years after her runner-up finish at the NCAAs, Lesley finally ran a new personal best in the mile of 4:40.56 at the Boston Indoor Grand Prix.
Lesley works as a political consultant in New York and Colorado.
- 800 meters: 2:11.42
- 1000 meters (i): 2:49.70
- 1500 meters (i): 4:20.72
- mile (i): 4:40.56
- 3000 meters: 9:24.32
- 3000m steeplechase: 9:58.63
- 5000 meters: 16:39.98
- 5k: 16:27.56
- 4 miles: 21:54
- ½ Marathon: 1:18:06
- Marathon: 2:49:12
Megan Hogan was a basketball player turned runner her sophomore year at Mount Ida College. She transferred to The George Washington University in 2008 and during her running career was a two-time D1 XC All American, finishing 8th in the 2010 D1 XC Championships, two-time Atlantic 10 Champion, two-time Atlantic 10 XC runner of the year and Atlantic 10 Student Athlete of the year. In 2010 Megan graduated Magna Cum Laude from The George Washington University and decided to run for Team USA Minnesota for a short time before returning to Saratoga Springs, NY to work as an Interior Designer. Megan now lives and works in New York City as an interior designer for Tobin Parnes Design.
- Half Marathon: 1:12:12, Hartford Half Marathon, 2014
- 10 miles: 55:28, DH Jones 10 miler, 2014
- 15,000 meters: 49:57, US 15k Championships, 2011
- 10,000 meters (track): 32:34, Stanford, 2010
- 10,000 meters (road): 33:40, Holyoke 10k, 2014
- 5,000 meters (track): 15:29, Mount Sac Relays, 2011
- 5,000 meters (road): 15:37, Westfield 5k, 2014
Heidi Martin Hullinger
Heidi Martin Hullinger, 30, is a graduate of Duke University, where she competed in track and cross country and had a best finish of 14th in the 10,000m at the 2004 NCAA outdoor track championships.
Following graduation, she continued competing in Houston Texas while in medical school, completing her first half-marathon. She then moved up to New York to complete her orthopaedic residency, and joined the NYAC team in 2008. While in the middle of her residency, she continued to improve on her half-marathon time, running a personal best 1:18:19 in the 2011 New York Half Marathon to finish 25th overall. She also garnered a nomination for the NYRR Runner of the Year awards for the 2011 year. Her plan to race a marathon during her chief year was not to be as Hurricane Sandy canceled the 2012 NYC Marathon, but she looks forward to training for another marathon in the near future as she finishes up her medical training.
She is currently in Houston for a year to complete a year of orthopaedic spine training, following which she plans to return to the NYC area to practice. Despite being "long-distance," she is competing for NYAC during this year.
- 5,000 meters: 16:49
- 10,000 meters: 34:29
- 10k: 36:13
- ½ Marathon: 1:20:47
Allie Kieffer is an American distance runner who qualified for and competed for the NYAC at the 2017 Outdoor National Track & Field Championships. Allie placed fifth at the 2017 NYC Marathon (2nd American) and set an NYAC NYC Marathon Club Record with a time of 2:29:39
|10,000m||32:09.89||Portland, OR||June 10th, 2017|
|10K Road||34:09||Cleveland, OH||May 21st, 2017|
|15K Road||50:49||Phoenix, AZ||March 11th, 2012|
|10 Mile Road||54:20||St. Paul, MN||October 1st, 2017|
|20K Road||1:08:20||New Haven, CT||September 4th, 2017|
|Half Marathon||1:10:40||Doha, Qatar||January 12th, 2018|
|25K Road||1:26:29||Grand Rapids, MI||May 12th, 2012|
|Marathon||2:29:39||New York, NY||November 5th, 2017|
Reilly Kiernan, 25, graduated summa cum laude/phi beta kappa from Princeton University in 2010 with a major in Sociology and minors in Urban Studies and American Studies. At Princeton, she was the co-captain of the cross country team (along with current NYAC teammate Liz Costello). She was a scoring member of the team that holds the Ivy League record for most dominant performance in the League Championship, which also placed 5th at NCAA nationals. She was a two time Ivy League champion on the track and the recipient of the Nancy Kramer Award (highest honor for a track athlete at Princeton) and the Princeton athletic department's Art Lane Award (for "selfless contribution to sport and society").
Since graduation, Reilly has competed in both cross country and road racing, proudly wearing the "winged foot". Reilly qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials in the marathon. Other notable results include 14th place at the 2010 USATF 20K National Championship (1:11:56), 5th place at the 2010 USATF Club Cross Country Championship (20:06 for 6K), and 17th place at the NYC Half Marathon in 2011 (1:13:44). She has enjoyed success in local NYRR races, with seven NYRR wins under her belt and has been nominated for the NYRR Runner of the Year award. She is also a member of the Brooks ID program.
Reilly is currently living in Manhattan and is a Consultant at the Bridgespan Group, doing strategy and management consulting for leading nonprofit and philanthropy clients.
- 1500: 4:36
- 3000: 9:24
- 5000: 16:10
- 5K: 16:32
- 10K: 34:14
- 20K: 1:11:56
- 1/2 Marathon: 1:13:44
Maria Lauretani, 40, graduated from Lehigh University and went on to complete her graduate degree at The University of Pennsylvania. Relatively new to the sport, a marathon lottery entrance in 2008 sparked her interest in competing at the local level and she quickly discovered her talent soon after. She has since won two NYRR Runner of the Year awards and has been nominated five consecutive years.
Upon joining the women's team in 2012, Maria has steadily improved and set several personal bests at various distances. Now, as a Master's runner, she hopes to continue to compete and improve in this new age division.
Maria is currently living in Pelham Manor, NY and starting this fall, she will head the Run Smart Kids Program in Westchester County where she hopes to inspire and encourage young runners, including her own two children.
- Half Marathon: 1:21:18
- Marathon: 2:52:56
Caroline LeFrak, née Bierbaum, 29, grew up in Manhattan and spent five years at the Groton School in Massachusetts. She began her collegiate career at Duke, but quickly transfered to Columbia University where she graduated in 2006 as the most decorated cross-country athlete in the school's history. Caroline exited her college career with five All-American awards, including three runner-up finishes at the NCAA championships in 2005: the 5,000 meters indoors, 10,000 meters outdoor and cross country. She also left with a third place finish in cross country in 2004, and was the recipient of the 2005 Honda award for cross country, the equivalent of winning the Heisman trophy for football. Caroline was a two-time Ivy League individual cross country champion and has held Ivy League records in cross country, the indoor 5,000 meters, the outdoor 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters.
In early 2010, Caroline set out for and achieved the USA Olympic Trials women's marathon standard, running a marathon time of 2:44:33. She bettered her personal best at the 2012 Olympic Trials with a time of 2:38:14.
Caroline completed her law degree from Yeshiva University‘s Cardozo Law School in New York City in 2009 and promptly passed the New York City Bar exam. She currently owns her own company, Empire Athletics Management, which represents runners world-wide. She has one son and a second on the way.
- 5,000 meters: 15:52
- 10,000 meters: 32:44.51
- 1/2 Marathon: 1:15:38
- Marathon: 2:38:14
Julia Mallon, née Stamps, first made a name for herself while in high school in Santa Rosa, CA, where she was a Footlocker national champion and three-time California state champion in cross country. On the track, Julia won the CIF titles in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters, was a four-time Golden West national champion, and was the USATF junior national champion for 3000 meters for four straight years. Julia began racing internationally in high school, winning the Junior Pan Am Games 3000 meters in 1995, and competing on six USA track & field world teams in all.
Julia went on to run for Stanford University, where she was a six-time NCAA DI cross country and track All-American, finishing fourth at the 1997 NCAA cross country championships as a freshman, sixth as a sophomore and 14th as a junior.
Since moving to New York and shifting her focus to longer races, Julia has run a marathon best of 2:46:17. She competed in the 2004 Olympic Marathon Trials.
- 1500 meters: 4:21.41
- 3000 meters: 9:16.47
- 5000 meters: 16:29.07
- 1/2 marathon: 1:19:20
- marathon: 2:46:17
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Emily Mareb, 29, graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Business and Spanish. While at UNH Emily was a Cross Country and Track Team Captain and won the 2006 New England 10k championships. Emily attended Boston college for her MBA where she also competed for the cross country and track teams.
Emily competed for New Balance Boston after business school before moving to New York City. Emily transitioned to the roads in Central Park and was the 2011 Corporate Challenge winner. In 2012 she won the Gridiron Classic and Queens 10k. In 2014 she achieved a personal best in the New York Half Marathon (1:16:17), won the Boston Buildup Series, and completed her first marathon at Boston (2:52).
Emily lives in the West Village and is part of the buying team for Cashmere and Dylan Gray at the Bloomingdale's Central offices.
- 5k: 17:15
- 4M: 22:44
- 10k: 35:31
- 15k: 57:00
- 20k: 1:15:15
- 25k: 1:35:54
- 1/2 Marathon: 1:16:17
- Marathon Debut: 2:52
Arianne Field, 25, is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she was the team captain. Arianne had a best finish of 11th in the 3000 meter steeplechase at the NCAA championships in 2006, and ran a personal best of 10:14.53 at the NCAA championships in 2007. Arianne has already gained valuable post-collegiate experience by competing in the 3000 meter steeplechase at the USA national championships in June 2007. She is currently working full time for JPMorgan Chase.
In 2008, Arianne had both the Olympic trials qualifying standard in the 3,000 meter steeplechase, and ran her marathon debut of 2:51:49 at the ING NYC Marathon.
- 800 meters (indoor): 2:14.91
- mile (indoor): 4:50.86
- 1500 meters: 4:41.57
- 3000 meter steeplechase: 10:14.53
- 1/2 marathon: 1:20:35
- Marathon: 2:51:49
Caitlin Phillips graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2005 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. A team captain for both XC and track teams, she earned All SEC honors seven times, was SEC champion in the 5000 meters and an individual qualifier to the XC National Championships.
Following a move to New York City to complete her studies, Caitlin joined the NYAC team in 2010 and transitioned to road racing. In 2013 she was awarded NYRR Runner of the Year for the 30-34 age group. Recent notable results include a 14th place finish at the Philadelphia Rock and Roll half in 2012, 32nd place at the Chicago Marathon in 2013 and a 5th place finish at the Brooklyn Half in 2014.
Caitlin currently resides in Manhattan and is a producer and casting director for advertising agency AR New York.
- Mile: 4:45.40 ind
- 3000: 9:26.52 ind
- 5000: 16:28.9 ind
- Half Marathon: 1:17:14
- Marathon: 2:49:45
Cate Robbie was a New Jersey high school stand-out, with a best finish of seventh place finish at the 1998 high school cross country Footlocker championships, and a two-mile high school state record on the track, running a time of 10:27.20. In her senior year of high school, she anchored Middletown South to the distance medley title at the National Scholastic championship, a team on which she was joined by her twin sister, Maggie.
Cate went on to be an NCAA DI cross country All-American at Boston College, with a best finish of 34th at the national championships in 2000. She was the Big East cross country individual champion in 2001, setting a 6k course record at Van Cortlandt Park of 20:04.
Cate was 55th overall, the 25th American female, at the 2004 ING NYC Marathon, with a personal best of 3:07:18. She finished 24th at the 2009 USATF XC championships.
Cate has her Teacher's License from the University of Colorado at Denver and is working on her MA. She is married to men's team member Jason Robbie and they now have three children: a daughter, Elle; son, Hunter; and youngest daughter Lila.
- 3000 meters: 9:35
- 6 kilometers: 20:04
- Marathon: 3:07:18
Kirsty Smith graduated summa cum laude from Villanova University in 2005 with a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics. During her time at Villanova she was a 4 time NCAA All-Academic recipient, 4 time Big East Top Scholar, 2 time XC All-Mid Atlantic, and captain of the women's cross country team in 2004.
Since graduating from Villanova, Kirsty represented Canada at the World XC Championships and NACAC XC Championships. From 2006-2008, Kirsty competed for Canada in ITU Olympic Distance Triathlons.
In 2012, Kirsty Graduated from Columbia University with a Master's in Mathematics of Finance. Kirsty resides in New York City and works full time at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
- 5k: 16:27
- 10k: 34:11
- Half-Marathon: 1:16:38
Maggie Guiney Tursi was a two-time NCAA DI cross country All-American at Boston College and was the team captain for both the 2001 and 2002 seasons. The highlights of Maggie's career at Boston College include a 13th place finish in 2000 and a 10th place finish in 2001 at the NCAA DI cross country championships. She finished her college running career with a fifth year at the University of Wisconsin, while earning her MBA. She is currently a Vice President at Tenantwise.
In 2013, 9 months after giving birth, Maggie was the eighth female finisher at the Walt Disney World Marathon. In 2012, she competed in nine of the 11 races on the NYRR team points competition schedule despite giving birth in April of that year. In 2011, she won the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge and placed fourth female at the NJ Marathon. In 2010, she was the second American female at the London Marathon. In 2009, Maggie qualified for Team USA with her 14th place finish at the USA Cross Country Championships, and competed in the Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) Championships. In 2008, she was the 24th American female at the 2008 ING New York City Marathon. In 2007, she was the leading point scorer for the team, having scored in nine of the 11 races on the NYRR team points competition schedule.
- 1600 meters: 4:41 (relay split)
- Mile: 4:47.4
- 3000 meters: 9:30.38
- 5000 meters: 16:21
- 5k: 16:58
- 4 Miles: 22:08
- 5 Miles: 28:07
- ½ Marathon: 1:18:23
- Marathon: 2:54:28
Elisabeth (Lisa) Uible
Elisabeth (Lisa) Uible, 29, graduated from University of Michigan in 2008 with a BS in Mathematics and a Masters in Accounting. At Michigan she was a member of the Track and Cross Country teams.
After a few years hiatus she returned to competitive running with her first race with the NYAC in March of 2012. Lisa is currently living in Manhattan and is a software engineer.
- 5k: 17:55
- 4 miles: 23:08
- 10k: 36:30
- 1/2 marathon: 1:19:06
Caroline Williams, 22, recently graduated from Columbia University in 2014 with a BA in Psychology. At Columbia, Caroline was captain of the Women's Cross Country and Track teams and was a multi-Eastern Regional qualifier in the 5k and the 10k, as well as a top scorer for the team at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
She looks to continue her running career post collegiately with the NYAC both on the road and the track. She debuted for the Club at the 2014 Oakley Mini 10k, running a time of 36:06 and placing 26th overall and 5th for NYAC, contributing to the team's fastest average time ever at this event.
Caroline currently resides in New York and works full-time for Deloitte's Human Capital Consulting practice.
- 3k: 9:22.73
- 5k: 16:14.20
- 10k: 34:30.45
- 10k: 36:06