Salmon Cycle Series #2 results posted

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, July 19, 2014 11:42pm
  • Sports

John-Mark Pothast and Leah Kiviat were the winners at the Salmon Cycle Series #2, held Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails.

Pothast was the first finisher in the race, finishing the 10-kilometer course in 21 minutes, 7 seconds. Tony Eskelin was right behind at 21:17, while Jordan Theisen was third at 21:21.

Kiviat led the women by crossing the line at 22:46, while Jennifer Tabor was next at 27:16 and Laura Mohorcich was third at 27:59.

The Salmon Cycle Series continues Thursday at 6 p.m. Races are $5 each, or free for Tsalteshi Trails Association members. There is no online registration. Just pay before the race.

Salmon Cycle Series #2

1. John-Mark Pothast, 21 minutes, 7 seconds; 2. Tony Eskelin, 21:17; 3. Jordan Theisen, 21:21; 4. Ian Horton, 21:48; 5. Jake Meyer, 22:20; 6. Leah Kiviat, 22:46; 7. Colton Diehl, 22:48; 8. Will Morrow, 23:53; 9. Peter DiCarlo, 24:03; 10. Derek Schramm, 24:13; 11. Rob Carson, 25:00; 12. Jackson Meyer, 25:23; 13. Ryan Nelson, 26:03; 14. John Mohorcich, 26:46; 15. John Tabor, 27:15; 16. Jennifer Tabor, 27:16; 17. Cole Nelson, 27:58; 18. Laura Mohorcich, 27:59; 19. Sheryl Nelson, 28:21; 20. Jack Maryott, 28:48; 21. Paul Knight, 29:17; 22. Levi Michael, 29:22; 23. Tony Oliver, 32:18; 24. Tucker Mueller, 36:43; 25. Marcus Mueller, 36:44; 26. Kaitlin Vadla, 36:46; 27. Landen Showalter, 42:30; 28. Jen Showalter, 42:31; DNF, Hannah Pothast; DNF, Kyle Pierce.

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