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Hall of Fame

Each year, the Mountain Goat Racing Committee singles out a few key

individuals who have made a lasting impact on the Mountain Goat Run. 


As a 'Thank you' for their work, each member has been

immortalized on our Mountain Goat Statue in Onondaga Park.


 Scroll down to read more about these amazing people!

 

2020 Nominees

 
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Tony Martin and the Strathmore Neighborhood

Tony Martin along with the Strathmore Neighborhood exemplify the volunteer spirit that makes the Mountain Goat Run an iconic Syracuse event each year.

2019 Nominees

 
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Maegan Krifchin

Maegan continues to hold the coveted title of women's Mountain Goat Run course record holder, set in 2012 with a time of 55:59.  Maegan ran the Mountain Goat Run four consecutive years (2011-2014) and won the race every year.

2018 Nominees

 
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David Beach

"Always there" is the best way to describe David Beach's relationship with the Mountain Goat Run. Race director, finish line coordinator, packet pickup volunteer, or any other job you needed done, Dave was your man.

2017 Nominees

 
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Michelle LaFleur

Michelle LaFleur hails from the Onondaga Country town of Memphis and had a stellar career as a student-athlete at Cortland State with coach Jack Daniels. 
As a professional runner, Michelle qualified for the Olympic Marathon Trials in 2000, 2004 and 2008, 
and is a 3-time Mountain Goat Champion (1996, 2000, 2005).