Josh McDougal won the 2014 Stockade-athon 15K this morning in a time of 46:34.
Megan Hogan won the women's division with a time of 51:09.
Megan Hogan, a Saratoga Springs native, is a two-time All-American at George Washington University who finished sixth at the Freihofer’s Run for Women in just under 16 minutes.
McDougal in 2007 beat future Olympic silver medalist Galen Rupp for the NCAA cross country national championship while McDougal was running for tiny Liberty University.
With a new title sponsor — MVP — and the desire to make the course safer and easier to control, event organizers this year moved the start and finish from Central Park to the heart of downtown.