The Frank Maier Marathon/Douglas Island Half Marathon gets underway on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Darla Orbistondo)

Marathon draws 176 runners

  • By Juneau Empire
  • Monday, July 31, 2017 4:25pm
  • Sports


One hundred and seventy-six runners partook in the biggest running event of the season on Saturday: The Frank Maier Marathon/Douglas Island Half Marathon.

Here’s the list of the top 10 women and men finishers. The race at Savikko Park, which also featured a half marathon and the Jackson Fraction Deci, was put on by the Juneau Trail & Road Runners. For the full list of race results, see the JTRR website

Womens Open

1. Jodina Lam, 03:46:28, Issaquah,Washington

2. Andrea Amend, 03:52:23, South Beloit, Illinois

3. Tracy Morrison, 03:52:43, Juneau

4. Christie Bane, 03:56:52, Madison Heights, Michigan

5. Jean Watson, 04:03:11, Chandler, Arizona

6. Nina Schwinghammer, 04:10:49, Juneau

7. Jan Caulfield, 04:20:01, Juneau

8. (TIE) Patti Krebsbach, 04:23:48, Kent,Washington

8. (TIE) Lorinda Hagstrom, 04:23:48, Seattle,Washington

10. Suzanne Gleitz, 04:24:43, Issaquah,Washington

Mens Open

1. Joshua Musson, 02:48:40, Juneau

2. Shawn Miller, 02:49:18, Juneau

3. Jon Stearns, 03:09:56, Douglas

4. Josh Garnick, 03:28:41, Juneau

5. Brian Murphy, 03:33:35, Juneau

6. Greg Bledsoe, 03:36:27, Juneau

7. Tom Deakins, 03:36:50, Anchorage

8. John Krapek, 03:37:28, Juneau

9. Jeff Boman, 03:41:30, Juneau

10. George Brennock, 03:42:17, Loveland, Ohio

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