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BolderBoulder 10k, and Other Colorado Racing Results – May 23-25, 2015

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BolderBoulder of course dominated the holiday weekend’s race schedules, but there were a handful of other results to share also.  Lots of BolderBoulder results and a handful of others highlighted below.

BolderBoulder

BolderBoulder 10k

Men

1 – Ben Payne (Colorado Springs) – 30:41
2 – Fernando Cabada (California) – 30:54
3 – Alex Monroe (Lyons) – 31:04
4 – Scott Dahlberg (Fort Collins) – 31:09
5 – Craig Curley (Arizona) – 31:09
6 – Riley Coates (Colorado Springs) – 31:15
7 – Derek Hawkins (Boulder) – 31:21
8 – Late Registrant – 31:30
9 – Tanner Fruit (Colorado Springs) – 31:30
10 – Josh Eberly (Gunnison) – 31:33
11 – Scott Wietecha (Tennessee) – 31:36
12 – Jeremy Drenckham (Colorado Springs) – 31:45
13 – Jonathan Aziz (Boulder) – 31:53
14 – Dillon Shije (New Mexico) – 31:53
15 – Robby Caseria (Littleton) – 32:05
16 – Late Registrant – 32:10
17 – Tyler Curtis (Golden) – 32:11
18 – Curtis Suver (Colorado Springs) – 32:15
19 – Alejandro Jimenez (Denver) – 32:15
20 – Christopher Guerrero (Boulder) – 32:20
21 – Jason Kearns (Centennial) – 32:20
22 – Paul Roberts (Boulder) – 32:22
23 – Joe Marchand (Louisville) – 32:29
24 – Tyler McCandless (Boulder) – 32:34
25 – Curtis Begley, Jr. (Boulder) – 32:35

International Challenge – Men

1 – Belete Assefa (Ethiopia) – 29:04
2 – Solomon Deksisa (Ethiopia) – 29:20
3 – Allan Kiprono (Kenya) – 29:33
4 – Bobby Curtis (USA) – 29:42
5 – Abdi Abdirahman (USA) – 29:50

8 – Jared Ward (USA) – 30.00
11 – Aaron Braun (USA) – 30:15
13 – Brian Schrader (USA) – 30:26
16 – Parker Stinson (USA) – 30:40
18 – Augustus Maiyo (USA) – 31:00
19 – Jeff Eggleston (USA) – 31:37
23 – Shawn Forrest (USA) – 32:26

1 – Ethopia – 13
2 – USA Red – 17
3 – Eritrea – 27

5 – USA White – 40
7 – USA Blue – 60

Women

Unfortunately the results don’t seem to allow a search or sort by gender at present.  Looking at the A wave results though –

1 – Brittni Hutton – 34:32
2 – Maor Tiyiouri – 35:50
3 – Maggie Callahan – 36:04
4 – Emma Keenan – 36:20
5 – Alexa Rogers – 36:41
6 – Nikola Denev – 36:44
7 – Melissa Dock – 36:53
8 – Kara Henry – 37:00
9 – Nuta Olaru – 37:01
10 – Kristen Arendt – 37:12
11 – Brooke Kish – 37:14
12 – Carol Smith – 37:02
13 – Melissa Cunningham – 37:20

International Challenge – Women

1 – Meskerem Assefa (Ethiopia) – 33:31
2 – Amane Gobena (Ethiopia) – 33:37
3 – Risper Gesabwa (Kenay) – 33:53
4 – Rei Ohara (Japan) – 34:04
5 – Makida Abdela (Ethiopia) – 34:23
6 – Mattie Suver (USA) – 34:25
7 – Neely Spence (USA) – 34:36
8 – Brianne Nelson (USA) – 34:45

11 – Alisha Williams (USA) – 35:08
12 – Renee Bailee (USA) – 35:12
17 – Kristen Zaitz (USA) – 36:05
18 – Amy Van Alstine (USA) – 36:23
19 – Addie Bracy (USA) – 37:02
21 – Lauren Johnson (USA) – 37:46

1 – Ethiopia – 8
2 – USA Red – 21
3 – Kenya – 30

5 – USA White – 40
7 – USA Blue – 58

The Denver Post reported on the citizen’s races here and the elite races here.

Other Races

Adrian Neal (BRC) won Michigan’s Bayshore Half Marathon in 1:21.

Former BolderBoulder citizen’s race winner Simon Cheprot was second at Canada’s Ottawa 10k in 27:57.

Nicole Camp (Hudson Elite) won Ohio’s Wooster Wellness 5k in 17:31.

Burro racing season got underway with an 8-mile run from Georgetown to Empire and back, in rain and snow. Hal Walter and Full Tilt Boogie edged myself and Yukon Jack for the win, both finishing in 67 minutes.

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