Area athletes compete at Gold Nugget Triathlon

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, May 22, 2018 11:55pm
  • Sports

The Gold Nugget Triathlon was held Saturday in Anchorage, with 500-yard swim, 12-mile bike and 3.5-mile run. The victory went to Sheryl Mohwinkel-Fleming of Anchorage in 1 hour, 4 minutes, 7 seconds.

Tara Craytor of Seward led the Kenai Peninsula by finishing 86th in 1:18:33, while Sterling’s Morgan Aldridge was right behind in 87th at 1:18:35.

Also from the peninsula, Molly Copple of Kenai was 351st in 1:32:50, Bailey Epperheimer of Kenai was 371st in 1:33:20, Laura Peek of Homer was 420th in 1:34:51, Amber McGlasson of Kenai was 505th in 1:37:13, Heather Huff of Kenai was 533rd in 1:38:09, Rena Kornstad of Nikiski was 544th in 1:38:24, Sidney Epperheimer of Kenai was 551st in 1:38:37, Tamra Wear of Soldotna was 561st in 1:39:00, Jill Evoy of Kenai was 587th in 1:40:28, Julie Doepken of Seward was 589th in 1:40:30, Catie Coursen of Sterling was 598th in 1:40:56, Nadia Anders of Kenai was 599th in 1:40:57, Grace Morrow of Kenai was 612th in 1:41:20, Julie English of Kenai was 633rd in 1:42:07, Ryan Lundstrom of Kenai was 656th in 1:42:57, Sierra Hall of Soldotna was 694th in 1:44:37, Kristin Morrow of Kenai was 730th in 1:45:59, Crystal Fox of Kenai was 734th in 1:46:12, Jennifer Jackson of Soldotna was 754th in 1:47:08, Maria Cox of Nikiski was 796th in 1:48:41, Lori Wagoner of Kenai was 811th in 1:49:09, Amy Baxter of Soldotna was 817th in 1:49:14, Stacy Tronnier of Kenai was 852nd in 1:50:40, Katie Hollingsworth of Anchor Point was 875th in 1:51:48, Maryjane Hadaway of Soldotna was 880th in 1:52:12, Jessica Reed of Homer was 900th in 1:53:01, Alexis Rihl Kaferstein of Seward was 931st in 1:54:32, Sandra Stevens of Sterling was 949th in 1:55:25, Shannon Bird of Nikiski was 1,034th in 1:59:14, Darci Drury of Kenai was 1,044th in 1:59:49, Breta Brown of Soldotna was 1,050th in 2:00:30, Michelle McGlasson of Kenai was 1,053rd in 2:00:40, Jan Darch of Kenai was 1,068th in 2:02:13, Yvonne Oren of Kenai was 1,084th in 2:03:31, Tawni Eubank of Kenai was 1,100th in 2:04:38, Johna Beech of Kenai was 1,149th in 2:08:48, Margaret McGarry of Kasilof was 1,180th in 2:11:04, Melodie Epperheimer of Kenai was 1,200th in 2:13:11, Penny Furnish of Kenai was 1,216th in 2:15:04, Erin Knotek of Moose Pass was 1,281st in 2:24:41, Shannon Dosko of Kenai was 1,296th in 2:26:41, Kelly Hicks of Kenai was 1,321st in 2:32:09, Sharon Oyao of Kenai was 1,351st in 2:39:42 and Ashley Blatchford of Kenai was 1,411th in 4:41:47

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