Del Mar runner places second in half marathon

Anthony Albright, from Del Mar, and fellow Nelson Middle Years Program student Charlie Lynn recently competed in the Silver Strand Half Marathon. Lynne came in first and Albright second in their age division at 1:59:01 and 1:59:08, respectively. They ran at approximately nine minutes and six seconds per mile.

The half marathon benefits the Challenged Athletes Foundation. More than 2,600 people competed in this year’s race, which took place along the Silver Strand along Coronado and Imperial Beach.

Nelson Middle Years is part of the Children’s School in La Jolla and serves grades 6, 7 and 8.

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  4. Thousands make half marathon, 5K trek
  5. Triathlon Challenge has ‘bigger purpose’

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