The winner of the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center Fun Run, Shawn Miller (center), poses for a picture with Georgi Dobrev (left), and Gus Marx (right) on Saturday outside the clinic on Hospital Drive. (Courtesy Photo | Madi Nolan)

The winner of the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center Fun Run, Shawn Miller (center), poses for a picture with Georgi Dobrev (left), and Gus Marx (right) on Saturday outside the clinic on Hospital Drive. (Courtesy Photo | Madi Nolan)

Gnass, Miller win Fun Run

Jeff Gnass and Shawn Miller won their respective races at the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center Fun Run on Saturday.

The 1-mile and 5-mile runs started from the Hospital Drive clinic and attracted just over 30 runners and walkers, almost a third of which were under the age of 10.

Gnass, 72, won the 1-mile in 8 minutes, 29 seconds. Brooks Pinney, 7, and Bridger Pinney, 5, came in second and third, respectively. In the 5-miler, Miller easily outpaced the remainder of the field, finishing in 33:03.

Juneau Family Health and Birth Center Fun Run

1-Mile Run

  1. Jeff Gnass, 8:29
  2. Brooks Pinney, 9:50
  3. Bridger Pinney,13:37
  4. Linda Kruger, 14:18
  5. Indiana & Dan Strong, 15:21
  6. Amy Pinney, 15:37
  7. Angie Nolan, 16:53
  8. James Dorn, 19:30
  9. Justin Dorn, 19:31
  10. Andrea Duncan, 21:34
  11. Kimberly Valverde, 21:45
  12. Jill Weitz, 22:07
  13. Reid Cummings, 24:29
  14. Finn Cummings, 24:32
  15. Abby Cummings, 24:36

5-Mile Run

  1. Shawn Miller, 33:03
  2. Georgi Dobrev, 41:12
  3. Gus Marx, 41:45
  4. Lennon Weller, 45:57
  5. Kristi Kraft, 47:13
  6. Ida Meyer, 47:34
  7. Dimitar Bratouanov, 48:09
  8. Jeremy Hsieh, 50:39
  9. Kym Mauseth, 52:01
  10. Alyssa Hobbs, 52:09
  11. Susan Cable, 54:39
  12. Thomas Meyer, 56:54
  13. Guy Crockroft, 57:34
  14. Eva Meyer, 57:56
  15. Jan Rutherdale, 1:07:26
  16. Kayla Svinicki, 1:10:11
  17. Carson Kautz, 1:10:05
  18. Ed Johns, 1:20:40

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