Results posted for Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, June 25, 2016 1:28am
  • Sports

The third annual Mouth to Mouth Wild Run and Ride was held June 19. The race is 10 miles long, starting at the mouth of the Kasilof River and ending at the mouth of the Kenai River.

Cook Inletkeeper coordinates the race with the Tsalteshi Trails Association, the Kenai Watershed Forum, Kenai Peninsula Chapter of Trout Unlimited and Kenaitze Indian Tribe. Proceeds go to Inletkeeper’s work of ensuring clean water and healthy salmon in the Cook Inlet Watershed.

Donating snacks and prizes were Odie’s Cafe, Kenai River Brewing, Ole John’s Southern BBQ, Mountain Mama Designs, Where It’s At Mindful Food and Drink, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Beemun’s, Wilderness Way and River City Wellness.

The results follow:

Men’s Bike — 1. Nathan Kincaid, 43 minutes, 52 secods; 2. Matthew Neisinger, 44:58; 3. Mike Crawford, 45:10; 4. Martin Renner, 50:18; 5. Rob Carson, 52:12; 6. Dave Edwards-Smith, 52:22; 7. Ed Schmitt, 57:31; 8. Carl Kincaid, 57:36; 9. Bud Crawford, 59:46; 10. Adam Tugan, 1:01:30; 11. Sky Carver, 1:02:11; 12. Peter DiCarlo, 1:02:31; 13. John Tabor, 1:04:13; 14. Dylan Hogue, 1:10:30 (age 13, Young, Fast and Awesome Award); 15. Willy Dunne, 1:11:13; 16. Doug Hogue, 1:11:44; 17. Bruce Vadla, 1:15:32; 18. Troy Miller, 1:15:45; 19. Wally Hufford, 1:18:33; 20. Joel Todd, 1:32:53; 21. Landen Showalter (age 9, Young, Fast and Awesome Award), 1:33:48; 22. James Showalter, 1:33:49; 23. Ethan Hogue (age 11, Young, Fast and Awesome Award), 1:35:38; 24. Hollis Swan, 1:38:41; 25. Jaycob Goff, 1:48:36.

Women’s bike — 1. Jen Tabor, 56:48; 2. Catriona Reynolds, 58:24; 3. Deb Mosely, 1:02:53; 4. Amy George, 1:08:24; 5. Laura Hufford, 1:18:10; 6. Carmen Stephl (Silliest Salmon Costume Award), 1:19:29; 7. Dawn Magness, 1:22:40; 8. Frida Renner (age 9, Young, Fast and Awesome Award), 1:33:29; 9. Jennifer Showalter, 1:35:22; 10. Allie Cunningham, 1:38:41; 11. Amy Hogue, 1:39:05.

Men’s run — 1. Nick Bicandi, 1:09:59; 2. Kent Peterson, 1:18:37; 3. Sean Goff, 1:18:46; 4. Sean Goff, 1:23:08; 5. Joseph Kruse, 1:43:47; 6. Jesse Hostetter, 1:43:47; 7. Eric Blevens, 1:48:09; 8. Nicholas Tallman, 3:05:30.

Women’s run — 1. Brianna Steed, 1:24:09; 2. Emily Heale, 1:24:49; 3. Elizabeth Hardie, 1:25:00; 4. Paula Hansen, 1:42:09; 5. Sue Mauger, 1:55:13; 6. Chelsea Carter, 2:33:25.

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