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Undeterred, E-W junior runs marathon, with support from teammates

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 217

Last updated 6/4/2020 at 1:46pm

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Matthew Lacambra finishes his marathon, with teammate Nathan Smith pacing him for the last six miles.

Matthew Lacambra, a dedicated cross-country and track-and-field runner at Edmonds-Woodway High School, along with his teammates, were disappointed about the cancellation of their track-and-field seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

So what did Lacambra do?

The junior decided to run 26.2 miles, his first marathon, on the Burke-Gilman trail March 23, finishing in three hours and five minutes.

He had an incredible outpouring of support from his Edmonds-Woodway cross-country teammates and close friends – Logan Bury, Nathan Smith and Alphonse Menano – along with a several members of the girls team, including Sophie and Ellie Gard.

These students, who say they are like family, been through a lot together, good times and tough.

We salute them.

 

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