Local racers compete in Susitna 100, Little Su 50 endurance races

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  • Wednesday, February 24, 2016 11:17pm
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Former Soldotna runner Aurora Agee finished sixth out of seven racers in the ultra-marathon Susitna 100. Agee finished Feb. 13 in a time of 19 hours, 9 minutes, 37 seconds, completing the 100 miles on skis, and besting her 2015 time of 28:30. Agee finished just under eight hours behind ski race winner Cole Talbot of Anchorage.

Kenai’s Heather Moon finished 30th out of 110 in the Little Su 50-kilometer bike race, finishing with a time of 2:50:01, behind race winner Jason Lamoreaux, who won with a time of 2:06:56.

Joseph Nyholm of Seward finished 73rd in the 50K with a time of 4:57:01, and Kenai’s M. Scott Moon finished 80th with a time of 5:42:45.

Homer’s Marc Romano finished 29th out of 77 bikers in the 100-miler bike portion, completing the distance with a time of 10:48:57, just under three hours behind winner Tim Berntson of Anchorage.

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