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Hopkins Residents Run Strong at Twin Cities Marathon

In all, 27 local residents finished the race.

Two Hopkins runners cracked the top 10 of their divisions in Sunday’s 2012 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.

Joanna Masloski placed fifth out of 575 runners in the women’s 35 to 39 age group with a time of 3:01:16. That time—a pace of 6:56 per mile—made her the fastest Hopkins runner, 32nd among all women and 273rd overall.

Leonard Coequyt placed sixth out of 59 runners in the men’s 65 to 69 age group with a time of 3:47:58—an 8:43 per mile pace that made him 2,320th overall.

In all, 27 Hopkins residents finished the race.

Sunday’s race saw 8,781 people total finish—5,094 men and 3687 women. The average finishing time was 4:16:41.

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Hopkins Twin Cities Marathon Finishers

Name Time Overall Place Division Place
JOANNA MASLOSKI 3:01:16 273 5 ERIC STEVENSON 3:12:50 531 93 LYDIA NOVOTNY 3:15:22 610 30 NOAH SANDLER 3:18:57 711 59 JENNIFER BUNNER 3:28:47 1,136 31 JONATHAN BIERMANN 3:28:52 1,140 226 JONATHAN PARKER 3:42:28 1,940 177 KRISTEN KELLER 3:44:43 2,096 174 MICHAEL TATE 3:46:20 2,192 378 LEONARD COEQUYT 3:47:58 2,320 6 RONNI HAMILTON 3:48:20 2,343 211 AMANDA GOODMAN 3:52:00 2,598 89 NATALIE WORKMAN 3:53:29 2,708 259 JOHNNY TROW 3:56:30 2,995 42 MICHAEL GUSTAFSON 3:58:58 3,255 385 LINNEA BURMAN 4:01:16 3,456 161 CHAD MOLLER 4:06:53 3,844 451 BREEANNA CHEZICK 4:07:42 3,917 406 MELANIE NELSON 4:19:22 4,763 218 ALLISON SEABURG 4:20:35 4,853 58 CLAIRE KANGAS 4:29:47 5,592 624 JOHN LAMBETH 4:37:22 6,076 643 JOY AHO 4:39:20 6,183 349 GABE NOVOTNY 4:41:11 6,301 647 JAMES HAUGEN 4:44:01 6,464 667 REBECCA SHLAFER NEALY 5:27:21 8,167 636 CHRISTOPHER GEHRKE 5:37:14 8,420 820

SOURCE: 2012 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon

 

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Norman Teigen October 09, 2012 at 09:16 AM
Congratulations to all runners. It is quite an accomplishment for each of you.

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