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Chris Corbett 5K brings out hundreds of runners to Waterbury Saturday

April 6, 2019 | Republican American

Hundreds of racers and walkers came out on Saturday morning to raise money for area students during the annual Chris Corbett 5K.

The event, entering its fourth year, brought together police from around the state, firefighters, business leaders, students and supporters of all ages who ran a hilly course that took them through the city’s Town Plot neighborhood, as well as the streets near Holy Cross High School.

The following racers placed in the Top 10 during the race:

Name Age Total time

1 Andy Shea 30 M Watertown CT 18:02

2 Mario Longo 47 M Cheshire CT 18:21

3 Tim Fahey M Doyleston PA 18:25

4 Adam Pepin 18 M Waterbury CT 18:26

5 Fujie Lan 18 M Watertown CT 18:33

6 Jesse Breidenbuch 15 M Woodbury CT 18:43

7 Evan Oemcke 24 M Southbury CT 19:07

8 Ryan Oemcke 13 M Southbury CT 19:12

9 Aidan Knappe 15 M Waterbury CT 19:19

10 Lee Stover 54 M Narragansett RI 19:34

More race results are available at www.greystoneracing.net

Corbett’s family, friends and fellow officers wanted to memorialize him, as well as his love of running and passion for the city’s schools. Corbett had been a student at the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts and was a track captain at Holy Cross High School. Race organizers, including his family and police, established the 5K and the Christopher D. Corbett Memorial Fund to honor him.

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