4th New Bedford Half-Marathon winner, Matt McDonald of Cambridge, Massachusetts with Mayor Mitchell. Jon Mitchell photo.

Cambridge man wins 2023 44th New Bedford Half-Marathon second year in a row

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Today thousands of runners once again participated in the Annual New Bedford Half Marathon, the City’s 44th.

The race wass hosted by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, a New Bedford-based fraternal organization, and the City of New Bedford. The course was a challenging one that included two major hills, while featuring waterfront views and hundreds of volunteers and cheering fans lining roadways downtown along the loop route, which started and ended on Pleasant Street near City Hall.

Congratulations to this year’s winner of the 44th New Bedford Half-Marathon, Matt McDonald of Cambridge, Massachusetts with a time of 1:04:12. He was also the winner of last year’s race making this back-to-back wins.

Congratulations are in order for the first female winner, Maegan Krifchin with a time of 1:12:43!

In total 1,296 people completed the Half Marathon. See the names and time of completion for all 1,296 people here.

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Top Ten Men Finishers

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Top Ten Women Finishers

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City of New Bedford photo.


City of New Bedford photo.


44th New Bedford Half-Marathon winner, Matt McDonald of Cambridge, Massachusetts with Mayor Mitchell. Jon Mitchell photo.

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And they’re off!

“A hearty welcome to the finish line!”

The first male runner has finished at an hour and 4 minutes! Gongratulations to Matt McDonald, for the second year in a row!

Here’s the first female winner! Congratulations Maegan Krifchin!

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