Former 2012 winner Collin Fehr beat a field of nearly 1,000 with a time of 2:37:05 to win the Missoula Marathon in Montana.
In 2010, the race was named best overall marathon in the U.S. by Runner’s World for its scenic views, welcoming atmosphere and attention to detail.
Repeat runner-up Jason Delaney, who holds two of the top five times in the event’s history (2013 and 2014) came in at 2:38:16.
Delaney won it in 2013, with a time of 2:26:10.
Jacob Naegeli, the only other runner to clear two hours and 40 minutes, finished in 2:39:29.
In the women’s race, Trisha Drobeck broke her own record of 2:49:32, which she set in 2012, with a time of 2:46:52.
Bryanna Petrie finished in 2:55:31, good for second place and the third best time ever in the women’s event.
Coming in third with a time of 2:59:25, Liv Brumfield was the only other woman to finish under three hours.
Seth Garbett finished with the second best time ever (1:08:06), beating a field of more than 3,000 participants to take first.
Michael Kettler who had to settle for second, finished with the third best time in the event’s history, crossing in 1:08:59.
Third-place finisher Daniel Jackson’s time of 1:09:14 rounded out the event’s top five times all-time.
In the women’s event, Heather Lieberg placed first, finishing ahead of more than 2200 women with a time of 1:15:54, beating her own record of 1:15:55 from last year by a second.
Runner-up Allison Morgan made it close, coming in 10 seconds later at 1:16:04, good for the third best time in the event’s history.
2013 marathon winner, Elizabeth Paddock who took second in the full portion a year ago, placed third in this year’s half with a time of 1:23:41.