The Capital City Marathon's all-time leader in victories, Jesse Stevick, extended his record Sunday, once again taking home the title.
For the ninth time, the marathon runner won the race in Olympia, Washington, per Meg Wochnick of the Olympian. Wochnick has more on his excellent performance:
Stevick also improved his time from last year, when he finished in two hours, 35 minutes and 47 seconds. With the exception of 2010, he's now won every Capital City Marathon since 2006.
On the women's side, Linda Huyck took home the title, per Wochnick:
Indeed, Huyck qualified for the 2000 U.S. Olympic marathon trials, though a series of injuries derailed her in the 2000s and she took time off from competing in marathons.
Full results from the 2015 Capital City Marathon have not yet been released by RaceCenter.com, though they are expected to be up shortly.
Still, folks familiar with the event didn't need to see any results to know that Stevick likely added to his title tally. There are two constants at the Capital City Marathon: a Stevick victory and a beautiful course for the runners to enjoy during the grueling challenge of the marathon.
Once again in 2015, history repeated itself.