Greenamyre sees skating success

MIDDLEBURY — Lacey Greenamyre of Middlebury has achieved some great successes in speedskating this winter.
The Middlebury Union High School junior started her season practicing outdoors at The Oval in Lake Placid, N.Y., with the Ottawa Pacers for four days during Christmas break — back in December when the high temperatures didn’t reach zero degrees. Her first competition was at the Jack Shea Sprints longtrack speedskating meet Jan. 13-14 at Lake Placid Oval, where she placed 3rd with a personal best in the 500-meter race.
Greenamyre then skated the Irving Jaffee Individual race meet at Lake Placid on Jan. 27, where she moved up to 2nd in the 500 meter with another personal best; she also claimed 3rd in the 1,500M.
On Feb. 2-3, she was back at the Lake Placid Oval for the Empire State Winter Games Long Track speedskating competition, where Greenamyre capped her season with impressive results: 1st in the 500M, 1,000M, 1,500M and 3,000M, for a clean sweep of four gold medals. 

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