Weather can’t slow John May Mile in Greenport: Photos

05/12/2018 1:44 PM |

Peconic Landing hosted its annual John May Mile under grey skies in Greenport Saturday.

The annual event raised more than $20,000 for the Greenport Fire Department this year. Honored at the event was Southold Police Chief Martin Flatley, who was given the Older Americans Champion Award.

Chase Junell, 22, of Harper, Texas won the 5K race in 16:29.6. The top female finisher was Greenport’s own Claudine McShea, who finished in 26:49.

Sponsors of the annual event include Times Review Media Group, American Tent, Andy’s Restaurant of Greenport, Cook Maran & Associates, McBurnie Tent, East End Cardiology, ProCare, and The Family of John and Elinor May.

See the complete race results at itsyourrace.com.

Top Caption: The start of the 2018 John May Mile at Peconic Landing Saturday. (Credit: Bill Landon photos)

Claudine McShea of Greenport was the first female finisher, breaking the tape in 26:49.

Claudine McShea of Greenport was the first female finisher, breaking the tape in 26:49.

Chase Junell, 22 of Harper, Texas was the overall winner of the 5K race, finishing in 16:29.6.

Chase Junell, 22 of Harper, Texas was the overall winner of the 5K race, finishing in 16:29.6.

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