Nikiski Fun Run results

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, June 17, 2018 12:02am
  • Sports

Miles Jorgensen was fastest among a field of 19 runners Saturday at the Nikiski Fun Run.

Jorgensen won the 5-kilometer race in a time of 21 minutes, 32 seconds, beating runner-up Jared Wallace by over nine minutes.

Michelle Maguire was the fastest female, finishing in a time of 32:50 for fourth overall to beat women’s runner-up Rhi Wallace by 2:35.

Nikiski Fun Run


1. Miles Jorgensen, 21:32; 2. Jared Wallace, 30:50; 3. Wyatt Maguire, 32:45; 4. Michelle Maguire, 32:50; 5. Will Schwenke, 33:17; 6. Jacob Cox, 34:40; 7. Rhi Wallace, 35:25; 8. Maria Cox, 35:30; 9. Paul Adcock, 40:22; 10. Joey Nightingale, 40:44; 11. Marley Nightingale, 40:49; 12. Holden Warnke, 41:04; 13. Jeannie Nightingale, 41:05; 14. Stephanie Warnke, 41:06; 15. Stephanie Hubbard, 41:45; 16. Rose Pilatti, 45:37; 17. Barbara Dahl, 45:37; 18. Judy Shields, 48:35; 19. Darnell Crosby-Schneider, 48:37;

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