296 entries in Feb. 18 Lost Dutchman Marathon

At the 2018 Lost Dutchman Marathon. (Photo courtesy of city of Apache Junction)

 

There were 296 entries in the Feb. 18 Lost Dutchman Marathon, according to https://www.athlinks.com/event/3213/results/Event/627341/Course/963982/Results.

The top three winners by name, place overall, place by gender, division, pace and time were:

  • Anthony Kunkel, 25, of Durango, Colorado, 1, 1, 1, 6:14 minutes per mile, 02:42:58
  • Sam Johnson, 23, of Phoenix, Arizona, 2, 2, 1, 6:37 minutes per mile, 02:53:00
  • James Garner, 39, of Fishers, Indiana, 3, 3, 1, 6:46 minutes per mile, 02:57:02

Participants from Apache Junction and Gold Canyon, by name, place overall, place by gender, division, pace and time were:

  • Cecilia Castaneda, 47, of Apache Junction, 9, 3, 1, 7:42 minutes per mile, 03:21:25
  • Lazaro Castaneda, 49, of Apache Junction, 35, 28, 1, 8:35 minutes per mile, 03:44:29
  • Marc Jette, 45, of Apache Junction, 38, 30, 2, 8:38 minutes per mile, 03:46:05
  • Joseph Goodwin, 16, of Apache Junction, 87, 56, 3, 9:34 minutes per mile, 04:10:36
  • Lisa Schmidt, 47, of Apache Junction, 161, 64, 2, 10:55 minutes per mile, 04:45:42
  • Lynn Burke, 59, of Gold Canyon, 173, 70, 3, 11:11 minutes per mile, 04:52:46
  • Darchj Oborne, 73, of Apache Junction, 201, 117, 4, 11:35 minutes per mile, 05:03:29
  • Nancy MacKenzie, 44, of Apache Junction, 243, 105, 4, 12:56 minutes per mile, 05:38:29

“Runners boasted about the perfect weather, stunning views and wonderful volunteers throughout the course,” Melissa Hopkins, a Lost Dutchman Marathon volunteer, said in a press release. “The marathon is proud to share that numbers were up from last year and they hosted runners from 47 states and Washington DC, as well as six Canadian provinces, France, Netherlands, Austria, Ireland and Surrey GB,” she said.

Lost Dutchman Marathon extends its heartfelt thank you to the board, committee, sponsors and over 800 volunteers throughout the weekend events, according to the release. “Without them we wouldn’t be able to host such a well-organized event that keeps runners coming back year after year,” Board President Grady McEachern said in the release. Next year’s race will take place Feb. 19, 2019.

 

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