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Woodbury Runners Finish Grandma's Marathon

Dozens of Woodbury residents completed Grandma's Marathon on Saturday, June 16.

Runners flocked to Duluth on Saturday to participate in the 36th annual Grandma's Marathon.

Berhanu Girma, 25, was the fastest male finisher with a time of 2:12:24. Everlyne Lagat, 31, finished first for the women with a time of 2:33:13.

Here's how everyone from Woodbury did:

Matthew Cavanaugh, 32, 2:56:35

Pratik Pranay, 28, 3:11:39

Bill Sevold, 46, 3:11:52

Bill Langhout, 54, 3:17:36

Daniel Elchert, 23, 3:22:23

Craig Moss, 38, 3:29:50

James Evans, 51, 3:33:35

Megan Hoyer, 28, 3:41:11

Leslie Paine, 36, 3:44:12

Nathan Fritsch, 31, 3:47:43

Mikki Rothbauer, 33, 3:49:15

Samuel Daniewicz, 18, 3:53:04

Larry Thompson, 61, 3:57:18

Nicole Krenner, 39, 3:57:42

Doug Franzwa, 33, 3:59:07

Mike Umphress, 47, 3:59:37

Kurt Frederick, 46, 4:02:55

Julie Mocadlo, 28, 4:04:57

Fabio Loria, 39, 4:09:26

Stacy Bengtson, 29, 4:11:34

Ryan Flynn, 28, 4:12:28

Therese Kuvaas, 34, 4:13:14

Chris Pierson, 40, 4:16:13

Nathan Brown, 26, 4:18:18

Katsuyuki Yamamoto, 55, 4:18:21

Chad Hasenohrl, 42, 4:22:09

Scott Nelson, 50, 4:24:24

John Zilles, 50, 4:27:54

Carey Montez, 35, 4:28:00

Amy Mortensen, 40, 4:28:32

Robert Jacobs, 41, 4:29:50

Shannon Donnelly, 34, 4:31:14

Charles Eller, 40, 4:33:09

Scott Hoyer, 27, 4:33:55

Amy Bolduan, 46, 4:36:25

Lynn Dussik, 44, 4:41:50

Troy Knowlton, 42, 4:48:32

Rommel Nuque, 38, 4:49:37

Jody Steele, 47, 4:52:18

Patrick Collins, 39, 4:54:23

Kelly Hudick, 33, 4:57:32

David Grimmelman, 48, 4:58:04

Debbie Lilly, 40, 4:58:22

Melissa Beer, 31, 4:58:52

Timothy Floyd, 46, 4:59:57

Geoff Goodwin, 38, 5:03:48

Diann Lee, 51, 5:09:40

Amy Goossen, 37, 5:11:45

Srinivasa Garlapati, 41, 5:21:55

Joseph Bieza, 56, 5:27:48

Jen Anderson, 43, 5:30:31

Paul Anderson, 43, 5:30:32

Terri Hathaway, 44, 5:39:40

Jennifer George, 43, 5:43:23

Sheila Brown, 47, 5:49:49

Richard Gunelson, 64, 5:52:37

Joann Quick, 41, 6:16:37

Jacquelyn Costabilo, 36, 6:17:50

Jennifer Haines, 30, 6:33:07

 

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