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Frank Maier Marathon record falls

Gress sets new woman's mark, Miller almost topples men's time

Posted: July 26, 2014 - 11:18pm
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Juneau's Jennifer Thorsteinson drives encouragement signs into the roadside before participating in the Douglas Island Half Marathon on Saturday.  KLAS STOLPE | JUNEAU EMPIRE
KLAS STOLPE | JUNEAU EMPIRE
Juneau's Jennifer Thorsteinson drives encouragement signs into the roadside before participating in the Douglas Island Half Marathon on Saturday.

Juneau’s Shannon Gress, 29, set a new Women’s Open record and capital city running neighbor Shawn Miller, 34, nearly chased down his Men’s Open record as cloudy skies created ideal conditions for Saturday’s Frank Maier Marathon.

“That was a really fun race,” Gress said. “The conditions ended up being pretty nice, actually. I was prepared for pouring rain and heavy wind but instead had a nice drizzle to keep me at a good temperature.”

Gress, running her eighth marathon, obliterated the women’s record and set a personal best time of two hours, 51 minutes and 33 seconds. The time eclipses the former women’s record set by Garrette McIntire in 2009 at 3:12:23.

Gress finished second overall and at one point her husband Tyler joined her on the course to check her pace.

“There was great support out there from all the other runners and fans,” Gress said. “One of the most important things about a marathon is you have to enjoy the training, because there is a lot of training that goes into such a comparatively short race itself. It is important to put in some miles and, most importantly, to not take it too seriously and go out there and have fun.”

Miller, a 1998 JDHS graduate running in his ninth marathon, has battled a string of injuries including a torn hamstring, a broken hip, and major hip surgery unrelated to his running career, yet he ran a two-hour, 40-minute and 35-second race, finishing first overall and just behind his own course record. He set that in 2003 at 2:31:30.

“I feel a sense of elation right now,” Miller said. “My last six years have been a nightmare. The support I have had from friends, family, physical therapists, doctors … and a special thanks to my orthopedic surgeon. This effort is all a tribute to them. Two weeks ago I strained my hamstring, two days ago I came down with a moderate head cold. I figured I would throw the dice and see what happens. I think one thing that helped was knowing that we had such an incredible group of volunteers out on the course. It made a worthwhile event. I tip my hat to the race director and volunteers.”

Miller’s goal was to break his Portland Marathon time of 2:43:33.

“I managed to do that,” Miller said. “Considering the less-than-optimal training, I am pleased with everything. It was a great group of runners out on the course.”

A slight wind on the return portion made the race difficult, but the course’s rolling hills are ideal for fast times, even if one does not wear running shoes.

John Gissberg, 71, first ran the Frank Maier in 1978 and has run it several times with his old buddy, and race namesake, Frank. On Saturday he was shoeless.

“Frank was a good friend of mine,” Gissberg said. “I run it barefoot now because I have a bad knee.”

Gissberg was born in Juneau in 1943, graduated from JDHS in 1961 and moved to Seattle in 1996 after early retirement from the state. Gissberg returned to visit daughter Christina Leamer and grandson Karson, then added marathon No. 170 to his resumé.

“I run for fitness and fun,” Gissberg said.

Deneen Waddell, 52, drove to Alaska from New Berlin, Wisconsin, kids in tow. She has a charity on Facebook called Running For Orphans.

“We are having a great time up here,” Waddell said. “This is marathon number 43.”

Mary Victoria McDonald has run on locations across continents, including Antarctica, Nunivak Island, and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

“Marathons are excuses to travel,” McDonald said, “even though I am almost always last. But I am glad to be here. It is a nice little race with spectacular scenery. The great thing about running is the way you feel afterward, the sense of accomplishment, of doing something that 95 percent of the population doesn’t do. I consider this spending my health insurance money on travel.”

James Scheer, 72 of Vancouver, Washington, was participating in marathon 363. He was walking due to a defibrillation issue about two weeks ago.

“I can’t run,” Scheer said. “All I can do is walk, for now, until I get more tests. I just tried a marathon in 1979 and was hooked. I used to be fast.”

Juneau’s Henry Dehling, 28, is a mixed martial arts fighter for Team Counterstrike and ran for a high school in Chadron, Nebraska a few years back.

“This helps me stay in shape,” Dehling said. “I love to run.”

Philadelphia’s John Holland, 49, was running marathon No. 70 on Saturday in his 49th state.

“I do Wyoming in a couple of weeks to make my 50th state,” Holland said. “I love running because of biomechanics and enjoying the beautiful earth. We are competitive males and females, but we can compete with our own selves.”

The 26-year city trash truck driver will be retiring this year and can concentrate on more running.

“It is not just a job,” Holland said. “It is an adventure.”

Just past the seven-mile mark of the marathon, Jennifer Thorsteinson, 32, was busy driving signs into the roadside.

The signs bore names and encouragements for various runners.

“Everyone needs some encouragement,” Thorsteinson said. “I have a lot of friends running today. This is a long run. If I were running the marathon, I would love it if someone had signs for me with my name on them. So this is something I can do for my friends.”

Soon after the race, Thorsteinson joined Saturday’s Douglas Island Half-Marathon with sister Beth Loesch, 30, from Petersburg.

Martha Kelly, 39, from Mundelein, Illinois, runs because she loves it.

“I came up here on vacation and figured I might as well look if there were a run up here,” Kelly said. “I got lucky, this one was up here.”

Kelly was running her 16th marathon and is starting to pursue them in all 50 states.

“Running is so relaxing,” Kelly said. “I get to think, read in my mind, pray… you get all those crazy thoughts out.”

Juneau’s John Kern, 60, was running his 13th consecutive Frank Maier and is up to 37 marathons in 25 states.

“This is my lucky 13,” Kern said. “I am a member of the 50 States Marathon Club. New York was my last one, and my tradition is that I always wear the shirt from my previous marathon for the current one, because it reminds me that I can do it. I run for all the great people you meet, and it really keeps me in shape.”

Once a marathon runner completes 10 marathons he is allowed to join the 50 States Club, is given a finishing certificate to complete as states fall by the roadside, then gets a nice trophy when all are accomplished.

The online club even has a support group. The founder, Steve Boone, 65, of Humble, Texas, has graced the Juneau pavement.

Al Cumming, 69 from Austin, Texas, was running marathon No. 97.

“This is my second time around completing all 50 states,” Cumming said. “The reason I like running so much is that I get to eat as much as I want, which I would do anyway.”

Cumming said he is encouraging his wife, a nurse who works three shifts, to add a fourth shift so he can retire from the State Bar of Texas Attorneys Association and concentrate on running.

George Southgate, 67, from Calhoun, Georgia, is working through his second round of 50 states.

“This is my 49th state,” Southgate said. “I have one more. I came back to this one; I have two in Alaska, because it is great and beautiful. All that is left is Oregon, next week. I did Salt Lake City on Thursday, which was state No. 35 on the second time around. I am trying to finish two times. Running is great. You meet people, you learn about places you would never go to, and you enjoy visiting with folks. It is a great education.”

Operating the last volunteer aid station were Juneau resident runners Tiffany Davis and Kurt Hopewell.

“It is nice to see them coming up the hill and they are happy when they make the turn to go back,” Hopewell said. “They know they are halfway through. It is a good time.”

Hopewell has run the Maier numerous times and the Boston Marathon.

“He is a marathoner,” Davis said. “I am just a halfer.”

Douglas Half-Marathon

The top male runner in Saturday’s Douglas Island Half-Marathon was Juneau’s Michael Mrkvicka, 26, who finished in one hour, 20 minutes and 55 seconds. Hilary Young was the top female half marathon runner in 1:28:10.

Nearly 300 runners participated in the various races.

“I enjoy seeing the people enjoying themselves at the race,” Frank Maier race director Brian Bezenek said. “What has kept us going is that we see runners year after year coming back to do the race. That is a blast to see them and reconnect with them.”

The success of the race depends on many things.

“Lots of help,” Bezenek said. “And an understanding co-director. We keep in mind what worked in the previous years and then make the tweaks and changes that you think will make everything better the following year. Every year we have managed the race we have changed something slightly that we think improves it.”

This year the start and finish lines were moved to the same location and a longer finishing chute was added.

“We may run out of medals,” Frank Maier’s widow Judith said as the magical noon cutoff hour approached.

Judith has always been at the finish. First it was to cheer on her husband. Now it is cheering on those who come to run in his honor and for the love of running.

“If we do I have plenty of hugs,” Judith said.

Larry Macon, 69, from San Antonio, Texas, has run more marathons than most people have taken walks. He holds the Guinness World Record for most marathons in a single year, totaling 255 in 2013, which boosted his overall number to well past 1,240.

On Saturday, he was one of the last to cross the finish line.

“This is a wonderful marathon,” Macon said. “Juneau puts on a wonderful show. My final advice is that the idea is just to do it, don’t worry about how fast you are, don’t even wear a watch … just get out there and do it and have a lot of fun.”

FRANK MAIER MARATHON RESULTS

(Place, Name, Age, Sex, Time, Hometown or local):

1. Shawn Miller, 34, M, 2:40:35,

2. Shannon Gress, 29, F, 2:51:33,

3. Greg Frank, 28, M, 2:58:32,

4. Steven Leonhardt, 26, M, 3:00:13, Downingtown, PA

5. Matthew Kern, 27, M, 3:18:30,

6. Erik Wortman, 30, M, 3:19:04, Whittier, AK

7. Matt Catterson, 32, M, 3:35:02,

8. Mansour Alzaharna, 53, M, 3:38:00,

9. Rich Sjoroos, 44, M, 3:41:48,

10. Nicolas Wright, 17, M, 3:42:08,

11. Eric Dahl, 23, M, 3:42:19,

12. Keith Levy, 57, M, 3:43:25,

13. Henry Dehling, 28, M, 3:43:34,

14. Claire Lucas, 40, F, 3:44:25, Calgary, AB, Canada

15. Jada Kahl, 31, F, 3:47:12,

16. Jason Boyle, 37, M, 3:52:54,

17. John Holland, 49, M, 3:54:06, Philadelphia, PA

18. Nathan Narvm, 27, M, 3:54:50,

19. Glen Anderson, 47, M, 3:55:21, Kents Store, VA

20. Martha Kelly, 39, F, 3:55:49, Mundelein, IL

21. Alex Newton, 28, M, 3:56:30,

22. Carl Reese, 52, M, 3:57:07,

23. Pamela Wauters, 56, F, 3:57:18, The Woodlands, TX

24. Greg Bledsoe, 46, M, 3:58:18,

25. John Kern, 60, M, 3:59:23,

26. Gregory Stopher, 38, M, 4:00:12,

27. Aprille Oxenford, 31, F, 4:01:11, Thomaston, GA

28. Leslie Mueca, 31, F, 4:04:52,

29. Sandy Cumming, 57, F, 4:05:18, Austin, TX

30. Elisha Thibodeau, 23, F, 4:08:37,

31. David Gress, 66, M, 4:08:49,

32. Isaiah Campos, 40, M, 4:13:28,

33. Christine Woll, 29, F, 4:17:54,

34. Mindy Shaw, 33, F, 4:19:50,

35. MaryAnn Love, 32, F, 4:19:50,

36. Bruno St-Pierre, 45, M, 4:25:04, Brossard, QC

37. Becky McIntyre, 46, F, 4:26:15, Wrangell, AK

38. Lorene Jacobsen - Cramer, 55, F, 4:27:41, Kearney, NE

39. Mariah Secrest-Comer, 30, F, 4:29:05, Phoenix, AZ

40. Josh Garnick, 38, M, 4:29:40,

41. Sarah Matula, 31, F, 4:31:14,

42. Amy Williams, 32, F, 4:36:38,

43. Bert Lammli, 66, M, 4:38:10, Stanton, NE

44. Alanna Lawson, 29, F, 4:38:42, SKAGWAY, AK

45. Tamara Bledsoe, 43, F, 4:39:19,

46. Darla Orbistondo, 51, F, 4:39:44,

47. Becky Bohrer, 36, F, 4:40:16,

48. Trevor Chandler, 27, M, 4:48:54, Portland, OR

49. Vincent Ma, 44, M, 4:52:53, San Jose, CA

50. Laura Karnowski, 30, F, 4:55:34,

51. Sheena Gauthier, 29, F, 4:55:35,

52. George Southgate, 67, M, 4:56:27, Calhoun, GA

53. Al Cumming, 69, M, 4:59:10, Austin, TX

54. Jim Collins, 60, M, 5:30:31, Sarasota, FL

55. Judy Ramsey, 60, F, 5:55:55, Conyers, GA

56. Vickie McDonald, 0, F, 5:59:48,

57. Antonio Huerta, 41, M, 6:04:34, Jersey City, NJ

58. Steve Boone, 65, M, 6:08:42, Humble, TX

59. Deneen Waddell, 52, F, 6:26:24, New Berlin, WI

60. Cheri Linwood, 38, F, 6:28:12, Austin, TX

61. Jeffrey Linwood, 35, M, 6:28:12, Austin, TX

62. James Scheer, 72, M, 6:29:38, Vancouver, WA

63. John Gissberg, 71, M, 6:38:52,

64. Laurence Macon, 69, M, 6:49:44, San Antonio, TX

65. David Rikke, 62, M, 6:49:45, Indianapolis, IN

66. Lee Fitzpatrick, 70, M, 7:04:46, Fairfax Station, VA

DOUGLAS ISLAND HALF MARATHON RESULTS

(Place, Name, Age, Sex, Time, Hometown or local):

1. Michael Mrkvicka, 26, M, 1:20:55,

2. Tyler Hoos, 25, M, 1:23:45, Fraser, CO

3. Hilary Young, 30, F, 1:28:10,

4, Kevin Crowley, 24, M, 1:28:46,

5. John Nagel, 53, M, 1:31:01,

6. Paul Hackenbueller, 31, M, 1:33:40,

7. Brian Laurent, 36, M, 1:34:29,

8. Joe Patz, 26, M, 1:34:32, Houston, TX

9. Richard Lam, 28, M, 1:34:42,

10. Jim Ustasiewski, 50, M, 1:36:13,

11. Cassidy Capps, 24, M, 1:37:30, Fruitland, ID

12. Justin Dorn, 31, M, 1:37:44,

13. Tim Mayo, 48, M, 1:38:54, Charleston , WV

14. Dan Robinson, 47, M, 1:40:17,

15. Katie Jones, 19, F, 1:40:32, Fort Scott, KS

16. Antonella Porcu, 41, F, 1:40:39, Sassari, Sassari

17. Scott Christian, 52, M, 1:41:07, Portland, OR

18. Craig Farrington, 61, M, 1:41:16,

19. Noah Machakos, 16, M, 1:42:05,

20. Janell Hafner, 38, F, 1:42:23,

21. Jeff Machako, 43, M, 1:42:29,

22. Karen Hock, 25, F, 1:43:00,

23. Kean Nuttall, 35, M, 1:43:00,

24. Brian Johnson, 21, M, 1:43:11, Monroe, LA

25. Jordan Cottingham, 26, F, 1:43:17,

26. James Beedle, 61, M, 1:44:20,

27. Steven Schmitz, 53, M, 1:44:42,

28. Jordon Watson, 37, M, 1:45:04,

29. Jenny Mayo, 43, F, 1:46:29, Charleston, WV

30. Terwiliger Paige, 40, M, 1:46:44,

31. Kristen Brandner, 27, F, 1:46:54,

32. Stephanie Harvey, 26, F, 1:47:21,

33. Leslie Hill, 32, F, 1:47:50, Bellingham, WA

34. Greg Patz, 63, M, 1:48:16,

35. Megan Costello, 32, F, 1:48:34,

36. Glen Fairchild, 37, M, 1:48:34,

37. Daniel Fagundes, 49, M, 1:48:36, Dixon, CA

38. William McGoey, 44, M, 1:49:01,

39. Paul Desloover, 66, M, 1:49:04,

40. Curtis Hamstra, 39, M, 1:49:10, Colorado Springs, CO

41. Samantha Wilson, 32, F, 1:49:18,

42. Rick Thomas, 52, M, 1:49:38, Anchorage, AK

43. Melissa Allen, 24, F, 1:49:44, Asheville, NC

44. Cori Schleich, 21, F, 1:50:36, Anchorage, AK

45. Gregory Busch, 49, M, 1:50:52,

46. Julia Mesdag, 31, F, 1:50:54,

47. Colleen Jardell, 45, F, 1:51:33,

48. Brian Vander Naald, 34, M, 1:52:03,

49. Mike McKrill, 69, M, 1:52:06,

50. Phillip Mitchell, 61, M, 1:52:20,

51. Jennifer Watson, 41, F, 1:52:43,

52. Shannon Hasty, 44, F, 1:52:47,

53. Courtney Russ, 32, F, 1:53:36, Boise, ID

54. Edy Rodewald, 58, F, 1:54:36,

55. Dan Edwards, 39, M, 1:55:15,

56. Maureen O’campos, 44, F, 1:55:25, Quincy, MA

57. Robin Gilcrist, 52, F, 1:55:47,

58. Randy Peterson, 28, M, 1:55:50,

59. Glenn Haight, 45, M, 1:56:32,

60. Yvonne Hill, 37, F, 1:56:41, Douglas, AK

61. Cathy Tide, 40, F, 1:56:46,

62. Paul Shapiro, 43, M, 1:56:47,

63. John Rakos, 40, M, 1:56:52,

64. Amy Carroll, 47, F, 1:56:54,

65. Claire Imamura, 30, F, 1:57:02,

66. Kevin Myers, 47, M, 1:57:15, Portland, OR

67. Ryan Wilson, 33, M, 1:57:33,

68. Tracey Laricchia, 35, F, 1:58:12, Irvine, CA

69. Bridget Weiss, 51, F, 1:58:16,

70. Todd Poage, 50, M, 1:58:34, Tok, AK

71. Carl Brodersen, 29, M, 1:58:41,

72. Kim Rivera, 54, F, 1:58:49,

73. Kristin McTague, 42, F, 1:59:06,

74. Lesley Kalbrener, 26, F, 1:59:09,

75. Jeff Gnass, 67, M, 1:59:38,

76. Christina Patz, 26, F, 2:00:32, Houston, TX

77. Kym Mauseth, 49, F, 2:00:35,

78. Lindsey Bray, 32, F, 2:00:43,

79. Ian Niecko, 36, M, 2:01:51,

80. Emily Harvey, 30, F, 2:02:20,

81. Naomi Moore, 31, F, 2:02:20,

82. Guy Crockroft, 54, M, 2:02:38,

83. Catherine Peinam, 42, F, 2:02:46,

84. Bethany Wilkes, 40, F, 2:03:32,

85. Deanna Huff, 41, F, 2:03:39,

86. Avery Grossardt, 25, M, 2:04:06,

87. Andrea Smith, 28, F, 2:04:25, Tucson, AZ

88. Joel Nudelman, 54, M, 2:04:51,

89. Bruce Wansfall, 62, M, 2:05:00,

90. Eric Lingle, 31, M, 2:06:04,

91. Janice Caulfield, 57, F, 2:06:05,

92. Erin Smith, 49, F, 2:06:06,

93. Lisa Imamura, 26, F, 2:06:06,

94. Sarah Niecko, 33, F, 2:06:20,

95. Deborah Rudis, 61, F, 2:06:29,

96, Julia Mesdag, 31, F, 2:09:08,

97. Karissa Jackson, 20, F, 2:09:25,

98. Sandee Holst, 46, F, 2:09:28,

99. Jodi Meyer, 36, F, 2:09:28,

100. Maia Wolf, 23, F, 2:10:19,

101. Jason Kovac, 41, M, 2:10:25, Boise, ID

102. Rhonda Befort, 42, F, 2:11:02, Shawnee, KS

103. Renee Gayhart, 45, F, 2:11:28,

104. Deb Etheridge, 47, F, 2:11:28,

105. Jennifer Thorsteinson, 32, F, 2:11:34,

106. Beth Loesch, 30, F, 2:11:34, Petersburg, AK

107. Courtney Wendel, 26, F, 2:13:30,

108. Sonja Campos, 37, F, 2:13:41,

109. Tim Steffen, 26, M, 2:13:48,

110. Amanda Sesko, 31, F, 2:14:15,

111. Jo-ann Kennedy, 56, F, 2:14:21, Balgonie, SK

112. Angelique Lee, 39, F, 2:15:11,

113. Roland Mueca, 30, M, 2:15:22,

114. Douglas Gray, 48, M, 2:17:21,

115. Dianna Roberts, 46, F, 2:17:57,

116. Christine Browning, 56, F, 2:18:29, Gobles, MI

117. William Richards, 30, M, 2:19:27, Tucson, AZ

118. Edward Jewell, 41, M, 2:19:42, Tempe, AZ

119. Ashley Mason, 27, F, 2:22:07,

120. Linda Slaght, 55, F, 2:22:18, Petersburg, AK

121. Alli Rosen, 28, F, 2:23:15,

122. Max Rosen, 26, M, 2:23:15,

123. Bill Barker, 48, M, 2:23:23, Frankfort, KY

124. Jenna Verelius, 29, F, 2:23:31, Tucson, AZ

125. Shaun Streyle, 33, M, 2:23:58, Copper Center, AK

126. Monica Burke, 43, F, 2:24:41,

127. Christopher Burke, 45, M, 2:24:41,

128. Heather Parker, 28, F, 2:26:39,

129. Susan Cable, 49, F, 2:27:17,

130. Laura Campos, 40, F, 2:27:20,

131. Kayla Wisner, 24, F, 2:27:24,

132. Margaret Cowan, 61, F, 2:28:37, Barrow, AK

133. Elizabeth Smith, 32, F, 2:28:40,

134. Kristen Wells, 34, M, 2:30:02,

135. Kayla Miller, 24, F, 2:30:14,

136. Danielle Lillard, 33, F, 2:30:52,

137. Meredith Wallis, 35, F, 2:32:22,

138. Lacey Sanders, 31, F, 2:33:36,

139. Molly Hillis, 41, F, 2:34:45,

140. Stephanie Shore, 24, F, 2:35:00, Langhorne, PA

141. Maria Offer, 53, F, 2:35:10,

142. Joan Rieselbach, 53, F, 2:35:37,

143. Meridith Boman, 34, F, 2:36:31,

144. Kerstin Kimlinger McAdoo, 0, F, 2:36:57,

145. Micaela Fowler, 28, F, 2:37:06,

146. Callahan Croteau, 10, M, 2:37:27,

147. Lauren Looper, 31, F, 2:37:58, Skagway, AK

148. Georgia Briscoe, 67, F, 2:38:29, Lafayette, CO

149. Tiffany McCann, 28, F, 2:40:00, Cambridge, MA

150. Allison Gillum, 30, F, 2:40:00,

151. Tristan Berkey, 33, F, 2:40:25,

152. Rebecc Farrell, 50, F, 2:40:25,

153. Kate Walters, 30, F, 2:40:39,

154. Ella Sowell , 9, F, 2:41:15,

155. Diane Carter, 52, F, 2:41:31, Calhoun, GA

156. Debbi Johnston, 53, F, 2:41:32, Fairmount, GA

157. Margaret Buck, 29, F, 2:43:45,

158. Rachel Trapp , 29, F, 2:44:26,

159. Margie Ann Starr Lawrence, 58, F, 2:46:51, Plano, TX

160. Karen Maher, 59, F, 2:47:15,

161. Deborah Lammli, 60, F, 2:49:09, Stanton, NE

162. Joanna Spotts, 37, F, 2:51:55,

163. Heather Shaw, 21, F, 2:53:19, Anchorage, AK

164. Thomas Jagger, 59, M, 2:58:08, Denver, CO

165. Andrea Mueca, 33, F, 2:59:01,

166. Justine Bishop, 47, F, 3:01:47,

167. Linda Jagger, 61, F, 3:09:18, Denver, CO

168. Lauren Tibjash, 27, F, 3:11:23, Lyndhurst, OH

169. Elizabeth Hogan, 27, F, 3:11:26, Lakewood, OH

170. Kelly Harris, 34, F, 3:12:54, Baltimore, MD

171. Sarah Dolan, 35, F, 3:19:41,

172. Carrie Miggins, 47, F, 3:30:37, Tucson, AZ

173. Scott Lawrence, 57, M, 3:33:04, Plano, TX

174. Galen Jobe, 12, M, 3:40:59, Anchorage, AK

175. Linda Kruger, 63, F, 3:41:35,

176. Jane Gnass, 57, F, 3:41:35, Anchorage, AK

177. Paula Boone, 48, F, 3:52:53, Humble, TX

JACKSON FRACTION DECI RESULTS

(Place, Name, Age, Sex, Time, Hometown or local):

1. Matthew Johns, 0, M, 0:08:24,

2. Annelise Vandiver, 0, F, 0:09:50,

3. Johnny Vandiver, 0, M, 0:10:28,

4. Madison Grush, 0, F, 0:11:11, Lynnwood, WA

5. Abigail Bootom, 0, F, 0:11:15,

6. Daren Bootom, 0, M, 0:11:20,

7. Megan Grush, 0, F, 0:12:14, Lynnwood, WA

8. Tamala Bootom, 0, F, 0:12:21,

9. Elizabeth McIntyre, 10, F, 0:12:32, Wrangell, AK

10. Daniel McIntyre, 10, M, 0:14:38, Wrangell, AK

11. Lydia Boman, 6, F, 0:14:51,

12. Andrew Boman, 36, M, 0:14:51,

13. Lori Vandiver, 0, F, 0:15:05,

14. Mary Johns, 0, F, 0:15:05,

15. Lindee McIntyre, 7, F, 0:16:15, Wrangell, AK

16. Elliana McIntyre, 5, F, 0:17:01, Wrangell, AK

17. Paul McIntyre, 49, M, 0:17:02, Wrangell, AK

18. Jeff Vandiver, 0, M, 0:20:39,

19. Tanya Grush, 0, F, 0:20:40, Lynnwood, WA

20. Ed Johns, 0, M, 0:20:41,

21. Connor Norman, 15, M, 0:20:46,

22. Michael Fleischhauer, 67, M, 0:21:02,

23. Ashley Armstrong, 35, F, 0:22:53,

24. Brent Kennedy, 60, M, 0:22:53, Balgonie, SK, Canada

25. Jayme Johns, 0, M, 0:24:09,

26. Michael Fleischhauer, 67, M, 0:25:08,

27. Amelia Stopher, 10, F, 0:26:37,

28. Michael Fleischhauer, 67, M, 0:27:27,

29. Amelia Walker, 6, F, 0:29:56,

30. Ike Puustinen, 7, M, 0:30:19,

31. Shawna Puustinen, 34, F, 0:30:20,

32. Otis Godfrey, 66, M, 0:31:37, Golden Valley, MN

33. Oliver Stopher, 7, M, 0:33:10,

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