Results 2016: New Course Record at the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon

10 Oct 2016 16:22
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Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon

Having the fastest personal best time of professional field over 26.2 miles (2:08:00 at the Tiberias Marathon, in 2013),Dominic Ondoro was expected to win the race. And he did ! He brilliantly crossed the line with a time of 02:08:51, securing the win for the second year in a row and establishing a new course record! The previous record (2:10:05) was established by Phil Coppess in 1985). He was followed by Elisha Barno who finished with a time of 02:10:21. Finishing third was Rodgers Gesabwa (02:15:24).

For the women, Jane Kibii claimed victory with a time of 02:30:01 . Sarah Kiptoo earned runner-up honors with a time of 02:32:18. Serkalem Abrha got the third place in 02:34:58.

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Twin Cities 10K

Keeghan Hurley took top spot in 00:33:22. Michael Hartnett earned runner-up honors with a time of 00:34:30. Finishing third was Matthew Jergenson (00:34:44).

In the women’s race, it was Laura Docherty who took the top spot in 00:39:23 . Molly Kayfes earned runner-up honors with a time of 00:42:14. While Jenny Wilcox came in third at 00:42:41

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Medtronic TC 10 Mile

Paul Escher finished first in 00:52:36. Nick Ross secured second in this year’s race with a time of 00:53:27. Rounding out the top three was Ryan Peterson with a time of 00:53:32.

In the ladies race, Maureen Lybarger finished first in 01:00:20 . She bested Taylor Berg who crossed the finish line 4 seconds behind her. The third place went to Nikki Paradis with a time of 01:00:28

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Twin Cities 5K

Hamza Ali took top honors by finishing the race in 00:14:47. He finished 10 seconds ahead of Owen Hoeft. Jack Manderscheid got the third place in 00:15:01.

In the ladies race, Melissa Agnew took top spot in 00:17:24 . She finished one minute 48 seconds ahead of Erin Toner. Finishing third was Evelyn Frenz (00:19:35).

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