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Scaroni Shatters World Record, Pike Sets New Course Record in Grandma's Wheelchair Division

Chelsie Brown
Updated: June 22, 2019 06:42 PM

Susannah Scaroni and Aaron Pike both set new course records in the Grandma's Marathon Wheelchair Division. Scaroni, 28, of Illinois, won the women’s wheelchair division for the second consecutive year setting a new event record with a time of 1:30:43. With her time, nine-time Grandma’s Marathon Champion set a new Paralympic World Record. Her training partner Tatyana McFadden, 30, of Maryland, came in second place at 1:31:30.

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Pike earned his third consecutive victory with a time of 1:20:59 in the men’s wheelchair division setting a new event record. The 33-year-old from Illinois beat Patrick Monahan, 33, of Ireland, who finished in 1:22:23.

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Chelsie Brown

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