Isaev, Mitchell take Celebrate Life! run

  • By Staff Report
  • Monday, August 8, 2016 11:35pm
  • Sports

Leonid Isaev and Michelle Mitchell won the Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk on Saturday at the Soldotna Bible Chapel.

Isaev finished the course in 18 minutes, 26 seconds, while Mitchell crossed the line in 19:40.

The event is annually free to the public and held the first Saturday in August.

The event had 161 participants, with 34 runners and 127 walkers. The event also included 50 volunteers, 20 sponsors and multiple in-kind contributors.

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Celebrate Life! 5K Run and Walk

Men’s 5K Run

1. Leonid Isaev, 18 minutes, 26 seconds; 2. Sean Verg-in, 18:44; 3. Carl Kincaid, 19:04; 4. Bill Wood, 19:13; 5. Tony Eskelin, 19:27; 6. Tom Burke, 19:32; 7. Sammy Anders, 25:44; 8. Cliff Cochran, 27:58; 9. Daniel Anders, 30:13; 10. Maximus Burke, 38:14; 11. Malachi Waggoner, 47:16.

Women’s 5K Run

1. Michelle Mitchell, 19 minutes, 40 seconds; 2. Melissa Linton, 25:54; 3. Grace Burke, 26:49; 4. Rachel Frederickson, 27:26; 5. Jessica Cochran, 27:46; 6. Steph McEachern, 27:53; 7. Cristy Millington, 27:54; 8. Gemma Burke, 28:40; 9. Robin Tugan, 29:10; 10. Lindsey Kaufman, 29:14; 11. Janae Grieb, 29:14; 12. Ariel Morse, 29:32; 13. Atlas Burke, 33:30; 14. Tatum Rozak, 35:42; 15. Eliza Anders, 36:23; 16. Nadia Anders, 36:25; 17. Eve Burke, 37:05; 18. Laura Burke, 38:15; 19. Lynnéa Hack, 41:23; 20. Jenny Hack, 41:47; 21. Kara Abel, 42:36; 22. Kaelyn Parrish, 42:48; 23. Amanda Waggoner, 47:17.

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