Ravenous Runners sweep titles

Breeze photo by Eric Benevides Cumberland’s Kim Chula-Maguire, left, Blythe Gould, center, and Tristan Viens-Roderick show off the plaques they received for sweeping the top three women’s places at Sunday afternoon’s 26th annual Officer Thomas Giunta Memorial 5K in Fall River, Mass. Chula-Maguire, who also finished fourth overall in a time of 20:13, also received a commemorative baseball bat, created by Fall River’s Axis Bats, for capturing the women’s title.

FALL RIVER, Mass. – Cumberland’s Kim Chula-Maguire was the women’s winner of the 26th annual Officer Thomas Giunta Memorial 5K on Sunday afternoon on Airport Road in Fall River, Mass., as she completed the 3.1-mile course in a time of 20:13.

Chula-Maguire, who is the founder of the Cumberland-based Ravenous Runners, also saw two members of her running club complete a sweep of the top three women’s finishers. While Chula-Maguire took fourth place overall out of 151 finishers, right behind her in fifth place was Cumberland’s Blythe Gould in a time of 22:11.

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