Midsummer Runners Race in Rain

    Athletes begin the Midsummer Run at False Outer Point on Wednesday. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Roughly 20 athletes battled the rain along North Douglas Highway in the annual Midsummer Run on Wednesday at False Outer Point.

      Steve Ricci, 41, was the top male and overall 10K winner in a time of 43 minutes and 16 seconds and Maria Bulychova, 31, the top female in 50:26.

      The one-mile race finishers were Elias Mason, 7, in 8:33; Heather Parker, 36, in 9:39; Aurora Mason, 4, 12:26; Ashley Mason, 35, 12:32; and Linda Kruger, 71, 14:02.

      The 10K race finishers were Steve Ricci, 41, 43:16; Jim Ustasiewski, 58, 43:54; Quinn Tracy, 42, 46:38; Maria Bulychova, 31, 50:26, Guy Crockroft, 62, 53:35; Jeremy Hsieh, 39, 56:52; T.J. Mason, 37, 59:25; Finn Peterson, seven months, 1:01:32; April Rezendes, 37, 1:01:32; Jennifer Watson, 49, 1:01:54; John Eldridge, 71, 1:03:05; Jeff Gnass, 75, 1:04:25; Erin Wallace, 21, 1:09:35; and Christy Wallace, 50, 1:09:36.

     

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