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For the second year in a row Saturday, the fastest finisher of the 5K race that serves as an advancer for Sunday’s Long Island Marathon was a boy in his early teens building up his stamina to run a full marathon.

Anthony Diaz, 14, of Farmingdale, finished with a time of 17 minutes 51 seconds, which he said was about a half minute quicker than last year.

“I like the competitiveness of it, when I’m almost dying out, because that means I’m pushing to my limit and all the training is worth it,” he said after finishing.

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