Results posted for Mouth to Mouth race

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, June 21, 2015 11:44pm
  • Sports

The second annual Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride was held Sunday, with 58 runners, fat bikers and horseback riders racing 10 miles from the mouth of the Kasilof River to the mouth of the Kenai River.

The run is sponsored by Cook Inletkeeper, Tsalteshi Trails, Kenai Watershed Forum, Kenaitze Indian Tribe and the Kenai Peninsula Chapter Trout Umlimited. The event celebrates wild, healthy rivers; salmon and people in the Cook Inlet region.

The results follow:

Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride

Women’s Fat Bike — 1. Catriona Reynolds, 46 minutes, 58 seconds; 2. Jennifer Tabor, 49:12; 3. Dana Cochran, 57:26; 4. Sheila Best, 1:00:05; 5. Karen Bowlin, 1:10:35; 6. Laura Hufford, 1:12:31; 7. Mindee Morning, 1:21:03; 8. Sandi Crawford, 1:25:26; 9. Jeanette McKendry, 1:25:26; 10. Carel Nagata, 1:29:28; 11. Jen Showalter, 1:32:38; 12. Penny Vadla, 1:50:21; 13. Christie Stinnet, 1:55:08; 14. Teagen Kobylarz, 1:55:09; 15. Olivia Kobylarz, 1:55:09; 16. Madison Orth, 2:07:10; 17. Rachel Zettl, 2:10:27; 18. Simone Watts, 2:15:24; 19. Jo Watts, 2:15:46; 20. Rhonda Orth, too fast; 21. Heather Beauparlant too fast.

Men’s Fat Bike — 1. Nathan Kincaid, 42:39; 2. Shane Bowlin, 43:26; 3. Rob Carson, 44:03; 4. Will Morrow, 48:26; 5. Carl Kinkaid, 51:38; 6. Jim Bennett, 1:00:20; 7. Dylan Hogue, 1:11:28; 8. Doug Hogue, 1:11:29; 9. James Showalte, 1:27:40; 10. Mike Zupancic, 1:29:24; 11. Landen Showalter, 1:32:23; 12. Bruce Vadla, 1:50:21; 13. Tom Kobylarz, 1:55:08; 14. Shane Bowlin, 2:29:36; 15. Wally Hufford, 2:42:45* sweep; 16. Luc Beauparlant, too fast; 17. Ian Beauparlant, too fast

Women’s Run — 1. Cynthia Fudzinski, 1:20:16; 2. Megan Youngren, 1:28:07; 3. Nissa Fowler, 1:30:31; 4. Morgan Aldridge, 1:30:50; 5. Diane Duncan, 1:43:00; 6. Tasha Skolnick, 1:52:36; 7. Jessica Jule, 2:10:10; 8. Bridget Lyons, 2:33:35; 9. Lila Johnson, 2:33:35; 10. Heather Rasch, 2:42:57; 11. Laura McIndoe, 2:44:02.

Men’s Run — 1. Levi Savage, 1:12:34; 2. Kent Peterson, 1:14:39; 3. Ryan Peterson, 1:22:09; 4. Scott Huff, 1:22:57; 5. Bill Withrow, 1:25:21; 6. Jeremy Kupferschmid, 1:30:14; 7. Paul Morin, 1:35:54.

Racehorse — 1. Mary Green, 2:35; 2. Terry Davis, 2:35.

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