Rebecca Stockdale-Woolley, 68, of Chaplin Conn., ran the race 16 times between 1998 and 2018, regularly dominating the competition in her age group. She set the record for the 45-49-year age group in 1998 and again in 1999 (1:23:54), and for ages 50-54 in 2001, 55-59 in 2006, and 60-64 in 2011 and 2012. She holds the record for the 65-69-year age group, which she set in 2016 at 1:40:29 and then broke in 2018 with her time of 1:40:26. She also holds the single-age records for ages 55, 64, 66, and 67. Of the 16 times she raced, she placed first in her age group 13 times, finishing second twice to three-time Mt. Washington champion and Hall of Fame member Jacqueline Gareau (2000, 2005) and once to Gareau’s fellow Canadian and top age group runner Louise Voghel (2015).