Kristina Randrup of Berkeley, Calif., and Keith Laverty of Bainbridge were the winners of the 2019 50K GOAT Run, held Saturday from Granny’s Cafe to the northwestern shore of Crescent Lake. Laverty also won the 2018 Rhody Run, the 2018 North Olympic Discovery Marathon and this year’s NODM 10K event. Their ceramic awards were made by Gay Hunter. (Peninsula Adventure Sports)

Kristina Randrup of Berkeley, Calif., and Keith Laverty of Bainbridge were the winners of the 2019 50K GOAT Run, held Saturday from Granny’s Cafe to the northwestern shore of Crescent Lake. Laverty also won the 2018 Rhody Run, the 2018 North Olympic Discovery Marathon and this year’s NODM 10K event. Their ceramic awards were made by Gay Hunter. (Peninsula Adventure Sports)

GOAT runners pound the trails

Locals shine while previous winners return to the Peninsula

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