Bowman, Hinderberger Distance Juneau Marathon Field

    JJ Hinderberger finishes the Juneau Marathon on Saturday as the top female, and seventh overall, with a Boston Marathon qualifying time o 3:24:71. (Klas Stolpe/Kiny)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Fairbanks’ Will Bowman, 31, won the men’s open division of the Juneau Marathon on Saturday in a time of two hours 40 minutes and 41 seconds and Juneau’s JJ Hinderberger, 31, placed first for women and seventh overall in 3:24:41. Both times are age-group qualifiers for the Boston Marathon but the field ran for much more.

      “I feel like I have been washboarded here,” Bowman said at the finish. “I’ve run a couple miles… I’m a pretty consistent runner. I try to get out most days, six days a week… This is what I train for, this road race. This was the time I was aiming for. Yeah, this is my specialty. It’s a little wet. I’m not a big fan of rain, hence why I live in the interior of Alaska… Most of the race wasn’t bad at all. It was a light misting, which, honestly, might have helped me a bit, kept me cool. The course is very hilly. Do not let the description on the website fool you… Fortunately I drove the course yesterday, and I was prepared for it mentally…”

      Hinderberger, formerly known as JJ Lende, is a 2008 Haines graduate and Alaska state high school championship runner.

      “I wanted to go to Boston this year,” Hinderberger said. “I signed up for a marathon in October but they were opening up the registration for Boston in September so about three weeks ago I decided I should try this one and see if I can do it so I can go to Boston.”

      And now she can, after just six weeks of training and the birth of son Henry three months ago.

      “I don’t know what the hardest part is,” Hinderberger said. “I really like running, so…I mean, it gets hard but I have really great friends that I run with all the time. They help… when I hit the 20-mile mark I said to them, ‘Yay, my husband and my two kids are going to be there, I can’t wait to see them.’ It’s great.”

      Also joining Henry were two-year old sister Amilia, husband Brian, sister Eliza Dorn, and training partners Shannon Gress and Hillary Young. Gress and Young have the top two course times - Gress hit 2:51:33 in 2014 and Young 3:01:00 in 2016. Both paced Hinderberger at various times and to the finish.

      “Hillary and Shannon are, of course, veterans of this course,” Hinderberger said and noted (with mirth), “The goal was not to beat their times. They are the best. We run together every Saturday anyway so it was just like that, only a little harder…”

      Bowman said he runs for many reasons.

      “One, health. I like to stay healthy,” he said. “Two… it’s kind of an exercise in seeing if I’m capable of more than I think than I am, because I tend to way underestimate my abilities in a lot of things. So running is one of those things that I can just set a goal and just go for it and a lot of times I am able to do better than I think I am, which is really confidence building and encouraging… The other thing is, I have a foundational belief that God gave me this body and a lot of people don’t have that gift. So I run because I feel I have some level of obligation to do it and also do it to the best of my ability because there are people out there who don’t have that ability. I try to glorify God and Christ in that just because it is a way I can, and a lot of people don’t have that…”

      Bowman also said, “Don’t stress your times… I didn’t start running until I was 20. I didn’t run in high school or I didn’t run college. I just started jogging 30 minutes a day. I lost a lot of weight… I didn’t start training for marathons until I was 27… It  is never too late to start. Enjoy it. Get out and explore beautiful places… Just remember running is not about the times. It is about getting outside and enjoying the gifts that you have. There is just so much value in that.”

      Bowman’s wife, Lydia, 29, ran the half marathon, placing in 21st with 2:06:56, tying Juneau’s Kristie Balovich.

      “I tell her the same advice,” Will Bowman said. “Don’t stress the times. When you get out there enjoy it…”

      Xavier Lechleitner, 24, from Palmer, won the Juneau Half Marathon in 1:28:40.

      “It was fun,” Lechleitner said. “I love running in weather like this. You don’t get too hot. A buddy from college came from Portland so we ran together the first half of it and it was a gorgeous day for it.”

      His buddy slowed down as Lechleitner sped up.

      “He hasn’t been training as much as I have. We definitely have our college days behind us,” Lechleitner said. “For me it is just, like, being on my own. I love the individual runs. I love community but being on my own I can really connect with God and, just like, that’s where I find peace. So just having that solitude when I’m running is where it’s at for me…”

    Linda Griffin, 33, a nurse and guidance counselor from the Boston, Massachusetts, area, was the top female half marathoner with 1:36:75. She was adding Juneau to her race list and will follow that up with Chicago.

      “I’m trying to run a race in every state and this is number 27 right now,” Griffin said. “It’s beautiful. Really hilly though.”

      She said running is special because “the roads are always open and they are always free.”

      Griffin was supported by husband Mike Griffin, her father Gilbert Fortunato and mother Bernadine Fortunato.

      “It’s great,” she said. “They drive the course. They yell for me. They didn’t give me any water today, I’ll never forgive them for that (laughs)…”

      Gilbert Fortunato doesn’t know the exact number of races they have followed their daughter to. “But she has gone to many more races than we have. It’s a passion with her. She wanted to be in the Boston Marathon and she just kept running until she qualified and she finally did last year. She has now qualified for the marathon in Boston and the funny part is she is asthmatic and she still runs. She does an awesome job.”

      Mike Griffin, 35, a physician’s assistant and runner, has started a dozen races with her. He said he runs faster if he trains but supporting her means “everything. She is the best person that I know. And I just believe in her so much. And this is why I come out and support her for this. Travel all over the country to get a medal from every state.”

      He said their best running trip was in Italy, Ireland and London and they love “the peacefulness” of running.

      Juneau’s Elena Hesson, 39, and Glen Fairchild, 45, came across the finish line holding hands in a half-marathon time of 1:46:07.

      “That’s what we do,” Hesson said.

      “It was my way to break her,” Fairchild added. “To slow down. She was going too fast for me.”

      Hesson said, “This is our second half. He sets the pace for me so it is nice to just stick together.”

      They both said the best thing of the race was finishing it.

      Chuck Savage, 83, from Ocala, Florida, has run 446 marathons, including Juneau five previous times, and Jim Simpson, 80, from Huntington Beach, California, was running his 26th marathon in Alaska and 2,150th - second most in the United States. They ran together and finished in a tie with 7:55:47.

      “I’m doing this because I need this state to do the 50 states six times,” Savage said. “It’s a very nice course. Very nice weather. Really this is a dream course. You can’t get lost for one thing…”

      Savage said he has asked himself why he does so many marathons.

      “I just do,” he said. “I can’t quite explain it. I can’t really tell you why.”

      Simpson said, “I’m here today and then Chuck and I are going to run four more starting Tuesday here in Alaska, so that will make 30 for me here in Alaska…. It’s just what we do. I retired in 1985. I was 43. I never thought about what I was going to do when I retired so I started a little fitness program where I ran three miles three days a week, worked up to the marathon and I’ve been running ever since.”

      Larry Macon, 77, ranked first in America for the most marathons with over 2,300, was absent this race but will join the duo in Anchorage, as will Henry Rueden, 72, (over 1,700) who is ranked third in the U.S.

      Steve Hibbs, 50, from Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis, is the owner of Marathon Adventures. His business takes marathoners around the globe but on Saturday his family supported him along the course, the first three-quarters of the marathon by car. In the last miles and across the finish he ran with his son and daughter as he completed his attempt to finish his fourth circuit of running a marathon in all 50 states with a time of 3:14:10.

      “The first time I finished my son was just under two and my daughter was just under one and I was able to carry my son across the finish line,” Hibbs said. “When I finished for the second time they were almost five and almost four and they weren’t able to finish with me across the line… the third time I finished they were 10 and almost nine and we were in Hawaii and my son was sick and couldn’t finish with me but my daughter finished the last mile… Today I wanted them both to finish with me… they are faster than I am… it was great to have them finish with me…”

      Son Charlie Hibbs, 16, and daughter Abby Hibbs, 14, are top runners at Champlin Park High School in Champlin, Minnesota. Abby ran the half marathon in 1:49:12.

      “It was really awesome because I know how much he wanted to finish with us,” Abby Hibbs said. “It was just a really good experience for me… He is one of the biggest inspirations. He had us running since I was, like, two years old. So basically my whole running career started because of him.”

      Charlie Hibbs said, “I think he should have kicked more at the line (laughs), could have broken 3:13 or 3:14 at the end… the reason I got into running, the reason he kind of taught me to mentally push myself past normal barriers that others might not be able to and that has taken me a long way so far. And hopefully I have a lot more room to grow even more because of him.”

      Wife Kate Hibbs said, “He has run a lot. I think it is upwards of 280 marathons. He actually has a company, Marathon Adventures, where he takes people to international marathons. It’s his work as well and he loves it… He is actually on his fourth circuit of all 50 states, and he has run on all continents as well. This race will complete his fourth circuit of all 50 states so he is pretty excited.”

      At the finish line Suzanne Morris, 18th overall in the half marathon with 1:50:36, received a bouquet of flowers, a kiss from her significant other and a cheering section.

      “It was really fun,” Morris said. “This was my first half so it was fun to see them…”

    Morris said the best part of running is, “just freedom. It just feels good. Get that natural runner’s high and it feels really good. I love it.”

      For Wasilla’s Robin Lockwood, 28, time was not remotely important, except in catching a flight. She started the half marathon, her first, early to make the airport and hit 3:07:12 for 96th overall. She ran to inspire her students.

      “I teach math at Wasilla High School and I so often tell my students that they are not born not able to do math but it’s just a muscle we have to practice,” she said. “And I kept saying to them, ‘Look at me, I don’t look like I can run a marathon but if I practiced I could.’ And after saying that year after year it was like, ‘Why don’t I just show them that I can do this?’ Over the last year it started with just walking 45 minutes a day. I remember calling my mom after one mile that I could run, like in tears excited that I could really do it. I signed up for a virtual marathon in October, so just a pit stop along the way… I can show them you can really do anything if you put your mind to it.”

    Above - Minnesotans Abby Hibbs, left, and Charlie Hibbs, right, join father Steve Hibbs as he finishes the Juneau Marathon on Saturday. (Klas Stolpe/KINY) See slideshow at bottom of results.

    2022 Juneau Marathon and Half Marathon

    Women's Marathon Results

    1: F. JJ, Hinderberger, Juneau AK 03:24:41, 2: F. Suzanne, Sauerteig, Juneau AK 03:44:32, 3: F. Kay, Evans, Chocowinity NC 03:50:20, 4: F. Kseniia, Yarova, Juneau AK 03:54:26, 5: F. Jamie, Dildy, Dallas TX 04:03:10, 6: F. Chelsea, Unold, Minneapolis MN 04:09:47, 7: F. Sofia, Stitz, Juneau AK 04:14:44, 8: F. Mackenzie, Fisher, Anchorage AK 04:16:34, 9: F. Judy, Lewis, Riverside CA 04:24:54, 10: F. Jessica, Miller, Garland TX 04:29:23, 11: F. Paige, Eddy Spragg, Juneau AK 04:35:10, 12: F. Cindy, Schmitz, Palm Desert CA 04:43:39, 13: F. Krista, Stigall, Overland Park KS 04:45:07, 14: F. Justine, Wagner, Juneau AK 04:50:32, 15: F. Lisa, Avery, Mendota IL 05:00:41, 16-Tie: F. Erika, Bratschun, Littleton CO 05:06:52, & F. Lauren, Bratschun, Juneau AK 05:06:52, 18: F. Cathy, Alcock, Deerfield Beach FL 05:38:03, 19: F. Hannah, Metheny, Aurora CO 05:38:27, 20: F. Madonna, Letourneau, Deerfield Beach FL 05:44:41, 21: F. Stephanie, Letourneau, Overland Park KS 05:53:55, 22: F. Helen, Poitra-Chalmers, Anchorage AK 06:04:12, 23: F. Kelly, Wilmeth, Alexandria VA 06:28:18, 24: F. Margaret, Buck, Juneau AK 06:36:32, 25: F. Lacey, Sanders, Juneau AK 06:36:39.

    Men's Marathon Results

    1: M. William, Bowman, Fairbanks AK 02:40:41, 2: M. Daniel, Ray, Seattle WA 02:59:16, 3: M. Grant, Werthman, Juneau KS 03:02:51, 4: M. Steve, Hibbs, Brooklyn Park MN 03:14:10, 5: M. Toby, Linder, Dallas TX 03:21:07, 6: M. Theron, Tate, New Smyrna Beach FL 03:22:28, 7: M. Eliot, Ephraim, Chicago IL 03:34:04, 8: M. Geoff, Davis, Juneau AK 03:35:03, 9: M. David, Nemoto, Houston TX 03:55:11, 10: M. Eric, Antrim, Juneau AK 03:58:28, 11: M. Michael, Koeck, Innsbruck Tirol 04:09:55, 12: M. Brett, Ross, Yorba Linda CA 04:18:44, 13: M. Grady, Lawrence, Denver CO 04:18:45, 14: M. Franz, Felkl, Juneau AK 04:44:34, 15: M. Raphael, Buyo, Parlin NJ 04:46:02, 16: M. Bryan, Pulliam, Monroe GA 04:57:30, 17: M. Sripathi, Kethu, Richardson TX 05:18:45, 18: M. William, Metheny, Alexandria VA 05:38:27, 19: M. Max, D'Souza, Edmond OK 05:41:33, 20: M. Xiao, Tu, Germantown MD 05:55:04, 21: M. Bruce, Swanson, Portland Oregon OR 07:14:47, 22-Tie: M. Jim, Simpson, Huntington Beach CA  07:55:47, & M. Charles, Savage, Ocala FL 07:55:47.

    Overall Marathon Results

    1: M. William, Bowman, Fairbanks AK 02:40:41, 2: M. Daniel, Ray, Seattle WA 02:59:16, 3: M. Grant, Werthman, Juneau KS 03:02:51, 4: M. Steve, Hibbs, Brooklyn Park MN 03:14:10, 5: M. Toby, Linder, Dallas TX 03:21:07, 6: M. Theron, Tate, New Smyrna Beach FL 03:22:28, 7: F. JJ, Hinderberger, Juneau AK 03:24:41, 8: M. Eliot, Ephraim, Chicago IL 03:34:04, 9: M. Geoff, Davis, Juneau AK 03:35:03, 10: F. Suzanne, Sauerteig, Juneau AK 03:44:32, 11: F. Kay, Evans, Chocowinity NC 03:50:20, 12: F. Kseniia, Yarova, Juneau AK 03:54:26, 13: M. David, Nemoto, Houston TX 03:55:11, 14: M. Eric, Antrim, Juneau AK 03:58:28, 15: F. Jamie, Dildy, Dallas TX 04:03:10, 16: F. Chelsea, Unold, Minneapolis MN 04:09:47, 17: M. Michael, Koeck, Innsbruck Tirol 04:09:55, 18: F. Sofia, Stitz, Juneau AK 04:14:44, 19: F. Mackenzie, Fisher, Anchorage AK 04:16:34, 20: M. Brett, Ross, Yorba Linda CA 04:18:44, 21: M. Grady, Lawrence, Denver CO 04:18:45, 22: F. Judy, Lewis, Riverside CA 04:24:54, 23: F. Jessica, Miller, Garland TX 04:29:23, 24: F. Paige, Eddy Spragg, Juneau AK 04:35:10, 25: F. Cindy, Schmitz, Palm Desert CA 04:43:39, 26: M. Franz, Felkl, Juneau AK 04:44:34, 27: F. Krista, Stigall, Overland Park KS 04:45:07, 28: M. Raphael, Buyo, Parlin NJ 04:46:02, 29: F. Justine, Wagner, Juneau AK 04:50:32, 30: M. Bryan, Pulliam, Monroe GA 04:57:30, 31: F. Lisa, Avery, Mendota IL 05:00:41, 32-Tie: F. Erika, Bratschun, Littleton CO 05:06:52, & F. Lauren, Bratschun, Juneau AK 05:06:52, 34: M. Sripathi, Kethu, Richardson TX 05:18:45, 35: F. Cathy, Alcock, Deerfield Beach FL 05:38:03, 36-Tie: F. Hannah, Metheny, Aurora CO 05:38:27, & M. William, Metheny, Alexandria VA 05:38:27, 38: M. Max, D'Souza, Edmond OK 05:41:33, 39: F. Madonna, Letourneau, Deerfield Beach FL 05:44:41, 40: F. Stephanie, Letourneau, Overland Park KS 05:53:55, 41: M. Xiao, Tu, Germantown MD 05:55:04, 42: F. Helen, Poitra-Chalmers, Anchorage AK 06:04:12, 43: F. Kelly, Wilmeth, Alexandria VA 06:28:18, 44: F. Margaret, Buck, Juneau AK 06:36:32, 45: F. Lacey, Sanders, Juneau AK 06:36:39, 46: N. Jazz, Leaman, Anchorage AK 06:40:40, 47: M. Bruce, Swanson, Portland Oregon OR 07:14:47, 48-Tie: M. Jim, Simpson, Huntington Beach CA 07:55:47, & M. Charles, Savage, Ocala FL 07:55:47

    Women's Half Results

    1: F. Linda, Fortunato, Rochester MA 01:36:57, 2: F. Elena, Hesson, Juneau ak 01:46:07, 3: F. Jenna, Wiersma, Juneau AK 01:46:30, 4: F. Heather, Horsey, Wilmington DE 01:49:40, 5: F. Melanie, Tremblay, Brossard QC 01:49:42, 6: F. Suzanne, Morris, Juneau AK 01:50:36, 7: F. Christine, Woll, Juneau AK 01:52:51, 8: F. Cynthia, Freeman, Whitehorse YT 01:54:14, 9: F. Hailie, Christenson, Juneau AK 01:57:40, 10: F. Clarise, Larson, Douglas AK 01:59:43, 11: F. Kianna, Fleek-Dixson, Wilton Manors FL 01:59:44, 12: F. Jedonna, Adams, Dallas TX 02:01:13, 13: F. Lindsey, Tate, New Smyrna Beach FL 02:01:55, 14: F. Katie, Tarver, North Pole AK 02:02:44, 15: F. Barbara, Thurston, Juneau AK 02:02:52, 16: F. Jan, Caulfield, Juneau AK 02:04:52, 17: F. Olivia, Barrow, Juneau AK 02:05:47, 18: F. Rylee, Zylstra, Fairbanks AZ 02:06:06, 19: F. Deborah, Lee, Brooklyn NY 02:06:27, 20: F. Lynsey, Slavonic, Houston TX 02:06:45, 21-Tie: F. Kristie, Balovich, Juneau AK 02:06:56, & F. Lydia, Bowman, Fairbanks AK 02:06:56, 23: F. Colleen, Dimmitt, Juneau AK 02:08:59, 24: F. Karen, Kahler, Denver CO 02:09:30, 25: F. Stephanie, Sauve, Juneau AK 02:11:00, 26: F. Sasha, Beling, Edmond OK 02:11:38, 27: F. Samia, Savell, Juneau AK 02:12:06, 28: F. Alicia, Hayba, Fairbanks AK 02:13:14, 29: F. Kelsey, Duke, Juneau AK 02:13:19, 30: F. Anna, Sigel, Juneau AK 02:13:55, 31: F. Melissa, Anderson, Douglas AK 02:14:04, 32: F. Rachel, Smith, Juneau AK 02:15:36, 33: F. Ulaynie, Rando, Wasilla AK 02:16:07, 34: F. Ines, Nemoto, Houston TX 02:16:18, 35: F. Jaime, Watts, Juneau AK 02:16:44, 36: F. Jutta, Kck, Innsbruck None 02:16:53, 37: F. Monique, Legere, Lago Vista TX 02:20:09, 38: F. Barbara, Baysinger, Hoonah AK 02:21:46, 39: F. Megan, Hulson, Juneau AK 02:26:06, 40: F. Lucille, Fournier, Universal City TX 02:26:43, 41: F. Shannon, Mulcahy, Wappingers Falls NY 02:27:26, 42: F. Teresa, Linder, Dallas TX 02:27:42, 43: F. Ellie, Stigall, Overland Park KS 02:27:50, 44: F. Janet, Foote, Scottsdale AZ 02:31:54, 45: F. Sue, Heilbronner, Boulder CO 02:40:41, 46: F. Mary, Stutzman, Tallahassee FL 02:41:22, 47: F. Carianne, Carleo-Evangelist, New York NY 02:43:07, 48: F. Amy, Pulliam, Monroe GA 02:43:51, 49: F. Monica, Burke, Juneau AK 02:46:03, 50: F. Cassie, Clark, High Springs FL 02:46:51, 51: F. Heidi, Brodersen, Juneau AK 02:49:22, 52: F. Susie, Norvell, Douglas AK 02:51:42, 53: F. Kristina, Ramsey, Juneau AK 02:53:26, 54: F. Kelli Ann, Gyotoku, Rochester MN 02:57:30, 55: F. Judith, Merritt, Deerfield Beach FL 03:04:57, 56: F. Robin, Lockwood, Palmer AK 03:07:12, 57: F. Rina Lynn, Soriano, Juneau AK 03:09:34, 58: F. Candy, Adamek, Aurora CO 03:17:58, 59: F. Lori, Metheny, Alexandria VA 03:18:01, 60: F. Bettie, Wailes, Winter Park FL 03:23:15, 61: F. Kristine, Loveid, juneau AK 03:30:10.

    Men's Half Results

    1: M. Xavier, Lechleitner, Palmer AK 01:28:40, 2: M. Dennis, Billings, Meridian ID 01:29:49, 3: M. Richard, Stigall, Overland Park KS 01:39:52, 4: M. Matthew, Cozine, Portland OR 01:40:17, 5: M. David, Nemoto Jr., Olathe KS 01:42:59, 6: M. Jestoni, Feliciano, Juneau AK 01:43:12, 7: M. John, Spannuth, Silverdale WA 01:44:43, 8: M. Tony, Hayba, Fairbanks AK 01:44:56, 9: M. Jonathan, Dale, Juneau AK 01:45:15, 10: M. Glen, Fairchild, Juneau AK 01:46:07, 11: M. Sam, Fernandez, Juneau AK 01:49:12, 12: M. Elijah, Mead, Juneau AK 01:50:15, 13: M. Joshua, Wilson, Juneau AK 01:51:13, 14: M. Brian, Wilson, Juneau AK 01:51:45, 15: M. Jonathan, Helmus, Snohomish WA 01:51:57, 16: M. Chris, Bydlon, Juneau AK 01:55:24, 17: M. Mark, Majors, Daytona Beach FL 01:57:24, 18: M. Dave, Holland, Westminster CO 01:59:18, 19: M. Michael, Dixson, Wilton Manors FL 02:02:03, 20-Tie: M. Avery, Grossardt, Juneau AK 02:02:35, & M. Christoph, Richards, Juneau AK 02:02:35, 22: M. Guy, Crockroft, Juneau AK 02:03:29, 23: M. Frank, HINER, Manteo NC 02:03:58, 24: M. Randy, Peterson, Juneau AK 02:05:21, 25: M. Mike, Fea, JBER AK 02:05:35, 26: M. Jeremy, Hsieh, Juneau AK 02:05:58, 27: M. Ben, Thompson, Juneau AK 02:06:33, 28: M. Joe, Wright, Mount Laurel NJ 02:09:52, 29: M. Joel, Huerta, Juneau AK 02:10:18, 30: M. Nathan, Zipper, Franklin TN 02:14:18, 31: M. Nathan, Rando, Wasilla AK 02:16:07, 32: M. Kevin, Mccray, Brazoria TX 02:24:38, 33: M. Aaron, Marsh, Juneau AK 02:24:53, 34: M. Peter, Hulson, Juneau AK 02:26:09, 35: M. Michael, Sparks, Juneau AK 02:31:23, 36: M. Ken, Cavellier, South Lebanon OH 02:32:42, 37: M. John, Eldridge, Juneau AK 02:36:15, 38: M. Jeff, Stevens, Wittmann AZ 02:47:50, 39: M. Carl, Brodersen, Juneau AK 02:49:23, 40: M. Jamie, Wilmeth, Alexandria VA 03:00:19, 41: M. Craig, Thorsteinson, Auke Bay AK 03:17:05, 42: M. Kirk, Thorsteinson, Auke Bay AK 03:17:08.

    Overall Half Results

    1: M. Xavier, Lechleitner, Palmer AK 01:28:40, 2: M. Dennis, Billings, Meridian ID 01:29:49, 3: F. Linda, Fortunato, Rochester MA 01:36:57, 4: M. Richard, Stigall, Overland Park KS 01:39:52, 5: M. Matthew, Cozine, Portland OR 01:40:17, 6: M. David, Nemoto Jr., Olathe KS 01:42:59, 7: M. Jestoni, Feliciano, Juneau AK 01:43:12, 8: M. John, Spannuth, Silverdale WA 01:44:43, 9: M. Tony, Hayba, Fairbanks AK 01:44:56, 10: M. Jonathan, Dale, Juneau AK 01:45:15, 11-Tie: F. Elena, Hesson, Juneau ak 01:46:07, & M. Glen, Fairchild, Juneau AK 01:46:07, 13: F. Jenna, Wiersma, Juneau AK 01:46:30, 14: M. Sam, Fernandez, Juneau AK 01:49:12, 15: F. Heather, Horsey, Wilmington DE 01:49:40, 16: F. Melanie, Tremblay, Brossard QC 01:49:42, 17: M. Elijah, Mead, Juneau AK 01:50:15, 18: F. Suzanne, Morris, Juneau AK 01:50:36, 19: M. Joshua, Wilson, Juneau AK 01:51:13, 20: M. Brian, Wilson, Juneau AK 01:51:45, 21: M. Jonathan, Helmus, Snohomish WA 01:51:57, 22: F. Christine, Woll, Juneau AK 01:52:51, 23: F. Cynthia, Freeman, Whitehorse YT 01:54:14, 24: M. Chris, Bydlon, Juneau AK 01:55:24, 25: M. Mark, Majors, Daytona Beach FL 01:57:24, 26: F. Hailie, Christenson, Juneau AK 01:57:40, 27: M. Dave, Holland, Westminster CO 01:59:18, 28: F. Clarise, Larson, Douglas AK 01:59:43, 29: F. Kianna, Fleek-Dixson, Wilton Manors FL 01:59:44, 30: F. Jedonna, Adams, Dallas TX 02:01:13, 31: F. Lindsey, Tate, New Smyrna Beach FL 02:01:55, 32: M. Michael, Dixson, Wilton Manors FL 02:02:03, 33-Tie: M. Avery, Grossardt, Juneau AK 02:02:35, & M. Christoph, Richards, Juneau AK 02:02:35, 35: F. Katie, Tarver, North Pole AK 02:02:44, 36: F. Barbara, Thurston, Juneau AK 02:02:52, 37: M. Guy, Crockroft, Juneau AK 02:03:29, 38: M. Frank, Hiner, Manteo NC 02:03:58, 39: F. Jan, Caulfield, Juneau AK 02:04:52, 40: M. Randy, Peterson, Juneau AK 02:05:21, 41: M. Mike, Fea, JBER AK 02:05:35, 42: F. Olivia, Barrow, Juneau AK 02:05:47, 43: M. Jeremy, Hsieh, Juneau AK 02:05:58, 44: F. Rylee, Zylstra, Fairbanks AZ 02:06:06, 45: F. Deborah, Lee, Brooklyn NY 02:06:27, 46: M. Ben, Thompson, Juneau AK 02:06:33, 47: F. Lynsey, Slavonic, Houston TX 02:06:45, 48-Tie: F. Kristie, Balovich, Juneau AK 02:06:56, & F. Lydia, Bowman, Fairbanks AK 02:06:56, 50: F. Colleen, Dimmitt, Juneau AK 02:08:59, 51: F. Karen, Kahler, Denver CO 02:09:30, 52: M. Joe, Wright, Mount Laurel NJ 02:09:52, 53: M. Joel, Huerta, Juneau AK 02:10:18, 54: F. Stephanie, Sauve, Juneau AK 02:11:00, 55: F. Sasha, Beling, Edmond OK 02:11:38, 56: F. Samia, Savell, Juneau AK 02:12:06, 57: F. Alicia, Hayba, Fairbanks AK 02:13:14, 58: F. Kelsey, Duke, Juneau AK 02:13:19, 59: F. Anna, Sigel, Juneau AK 02:13:55, 60: F. Melissa, Anderson, Douglas AK 02:14:04, 61: M. Nathan, Zipper, Franklin TN 02:14:18, 62: F. Rachel, Smith, Juneau AK 02:15:36, 63-Tie: F. Ulaynie, Rando, Wasilla AK 02:16:07, & M. Nathan, Rando, Wasilla AK 02:16:07, 65: F. Ines, Nemoto, Houston TX 02:16:18, 66: F. Jaime, Watts, Juneau AK 02:16:44, 67: F. Jutta, Kck, Innsbruck None 02:16:53, 68: F. Monique, Legere, Lago Vista TX 02:20:09, 69: F. Barbara, Baysinger, Hoonah AK 02:21:46, 70: M. Kevin, Mccray, Brazoria TX 02:24:38, 71: M. Aaron, Marsh, Juneau AK 02:24:53, 72: F. Megan, Hulson, Juneau AK 02:26:06, 73: M. Peter, Hulson, Juneau AK 02:26:09, 74: F. Lucille, Fournier, Universal City TX 02:26:43, 75: F. Shannon, Mulcahy, Wappingers Falls NY 02:27:26, 76: F. Teresa, Linder, Dallas TX 02:27:42, 77: F. Ellie, Stigall, Overland Park KS 02:27:50, 78: M. Michael, Sparks, Juneau AK 02:31:23, 79: F. Janet, Foote, Scottsdale AZ 02:31:54, 80: M. Ken, Cavellier, South Lebanon OH 02:32:42, 81: M. John, Eldridge, Juneau AK 02:36:15, 82: F. Sue, Heilbronner, Boulder CO 02:40:41, 83: F. Mary, Stutzman, Tallahassee FL 02:41:22, 84: F. Carianne, Carleo-Evangelist, New York NY 02:43:07, 85: F. Amy, Pulliam, Monroe GA 02:43:51, 86: F. Monica, Burke, Juneau AK 02:46:03, 87: F. Cassie, Clark, High Springs FL 02:46:51, 88: M. Jeff, Stevens, Wittmann AZ 02:47:50, 89: F. Heidi, Brodersen, Juneau AK 02:49:22, 90: M. Carl, Brodersen, Juneau AK 02:49:23, 91: F. Susie, Norvell, Douglas AK 02:51:42, 92: F. Kristina, Ramsey, Juneau AK 02:53:26, 93: F. Kelli Ann, Gyotoku, Rochester MN 02:57:30, 94: M. Jamie, Wilmeth, Alexandria VA 03:00:19, 95: F. Judith, Merritt, Deerfield Beach FL 03:04:57, 96: F. Robin, Lockwood, Palmer AK 03:07:12, 97: F. Rina Lynn, Soriano, Juneau AK 03:09:34, 98: M. Craig, Thorsteinson, Auke Bay AK 03:17:05, 99: M. Kirk, Thorsteinson, Auke Bay AK 03:17:08, 100: F. Candy, Adamek, Aurora CO 03:17:58, 101: F. Lori, Metheny, Alexandria VA 03:18:01, 102: F. Bettie, Wailes, Winter Park FL 03:23:15, 103: F. Kristine, Loveid, Juneau AK 03:30:10.

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