Mindy Shaw nears the finish line at the University of Alaska Southeast during the annual Mud Puddle Race on Saturday, May 4, 2019. (Courtesy Photo | Susan Cable)

Mindy Shaw nears the finish line at the University of Alaska Southeast during the annual Mud Puddle Race on Saturday, May 4, 2019. (Courtesy Photo | Susan Cable)

Here’s the annual Mud Puddle Run results

It’s held in Glenn Frick’s honor.

  • Tuesday, May 7, 2019 9:20am
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Local runner John Bursell won the annual Mud Puddle Run on Saturday.

The 55-year-old’s time was 45 minutes and 47 second when he crossed the finish line at the University of Alaska Southeast. Jim Ustasiewski, 55, took second place with a time of 53 minutes and 6 seconds, and Gus Marx, 49, earned third with 54 minutes and 10 seconds.

For the mile run, 12-year-old Ida Meyer took first place, 12-year-old Ryan Thibodeau second, and 8-year-old Karter Barzee third.

The race was started by the late Glenn Frick and continues in his honor. It’s a Juneau Trail and Road Runners event.

Here’s the full results:

7.4 mile course:

1. John Bursell, 45:47

2. Leon Ulrich, 49:20

3. Jim Ustasiewski, 53:06

4. David Noon, 55:23

5. Raymond Howard, 57:31

6. Alli Rosen, 59:21

7. Brandon Shaw, 59:47

8. Tom Meyer, 1:00:44

9. Alida Bus, 1:01:03

10. Megan Gregory, 1:02:41

11. Eric Lingle, 1:02:41

12. Mindy Shaw, 1:03:56

13. Kitty Compton, 1:05:03

14. Jeremy Hsieh, 1:05:03

15. Claire Imamura, 1:06:14

16. Moises Paz Casrera, 1:06:28

17. John Kern, 1:07:06

18. Reed Stoops, 1:08:21

19. Danielle Dunivin, 1:09:27

20. Alyssa Hobbs, 1:09:28

21. Jamie Bursell, 1:11:42

22. Joann Rieselbach, 1:17:02

23. Joseph White-Alley, 1:31:09

Mile Run

1. Ida Meyer, 7:05

2. Ryan Thibodeau, 7:42

3. Karter Barzee, 8:01

4. Eva Meyer, 9:17

5. Ed Johns, 11:08

6. Kenneth Hoganson, 13:40

7. Jet Davis, 21:49

7. Dominic Davis, 21:49

8. Myron Davis, 21:53

8. Faith Davis, 21:53

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