[FNCA History]

Past Dole 3 Miler Winners!


The Rev. Dr. George F. Dole Celebration Road Race, a.k.a The Dole 3 Miler, is held the middle Saturday of camp at 8:00 a.m. on the Mountain Division Rail Trail directly across Rte 302 from the FNCA.

On May 6, 1954, Roger Bannister became the first person to run a mile in under four minutes. Rev. Dr. George F. Dole, Fryeburg ME native and life-long FNCA member as well as core lecturer for at least 5 decades, also ran in that historic race, placing 5th with a time of 4:25. Sixty years later, in 2014, this new race was created to celebrate the life and achievements of Rev. Dole --- now in his 80s and still running today.


© Jon Cousins 2014

Rev. George F. Dole in the first annual
Dole 3 Miler wearing his original running
shorts from the original 1954 race.


Here's a complete list of all the past winners followed by their race time.


2021: Sean Clark  16:18

v2020: Jeff Lindy  17:23

2019: Adam Lane-Olsen  18:37

2018: John Allard  16:36

2017: Nathan Buck  16:20

2016: Jeff Lindy  16:37

2015: Nathan Buck  16:29

2014: Nathan Buck  16:15


[FNCA History]

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