Scores & Stats

2013 Kansas City Marathon results

Updated: 2013-10-24T04:11:25Z

Kansas City Marathon

Oct. 19, in Kansas City

MEN’S MARATHON

Top overall: 1. Geoffrey Kiprotich, 2:24:56; 2. Richard Chelimo, 2:25:21; 3. Richard Kessio, 2:26:29; 4. Zane Grabau, 2:31:38; 5. Jason McCullough, 2:31:54.

Masters winner: 1. Ken Moran, 2:45:28.

Wheelchair winner: 1. Rene’ Peterson, 4:25:34.

Relay winner: 1. Team Burns & McDonald, 2:43:41.

Co-ed relay winner: 1. Team Nothin to it, 3:04:46.

Age group winners

17-under: Isaac Rogers, 3:19:20. 18-24: Aaron Viets, 2:32:11. 25-29: Zane Grabau, 2:31:38. 30-34: Richard Chelimo, 2:25:21. 35-39: Geoffrey Kiprotich, 2:24:56. 40-44: Ken Moran, 2:44:29. 45-49: Bill Somers, 2:58:07. 50-54: Sam Scruggs, 3:12:25. 55-59: Jimmy Stanziola, 3:06:47. 60-64: John Garrison, 3:39:59. 65-69: Larry Beckham, 4:14:27. 70-74: Bill Perry, 4:46:19. 75-79: Herbert Brown, 5:34:42. 80-over: Louis Joline, 7:00:46.

WOMEN’S MARATHON

Top overall: 1. Cheri Madsen, 2:26:18; 2. Julie Thornton, 3:01:41; 3. Nicole Jarvis, 3:02:09; 4. Jamie Vest, 3:07:53; 5. Kerri Nelson, 3:12:53.

Masters winner: 1. Jennifer Belmore, 3:29.01.

Wheelchair winner: 1. Cheri Madsen, 2:26:18.

Relay winner: 1. Team Purple Pack A, 2:53.27.

Age group winners

17-under: Emily Morgan, 4:04:39. 18-24: Kerri Nelson, 3:12:53. 25-29: Jamie Vest, 3:07:53. 30-34: Julie Thornton, 3:01:41. 35-39: Nicole Jarvis, 3:02:09. 40-44: Jennifer Belmore, 3:29:01. 45-49: Sophia Shi, 3:33:41. 50-54: Karen Hyde, 3:34:19. 55-59: Pam Perica, 3:46:18. 60-64: Susan Elliott, 4:49:44. 70-74: Jeanne Hendrickson, 5:02:26. 75-79: None. 80-over: None.

MEN’S HALF MARATHON

Top overall: 1. Geofrey Terer, 1:07:47; 2. Laban Kibon, 1:08:25; 3. Dalton Moberly, 1:08:40; 4. Alex Hendee, 1:11:16; 5. Eric Johannigmeier, 1:12:26.

Age group winners

17-under: Steven Heath, 1:41:29. 18-24: Dalton Moberly, 1:08:40. 25-29: Bradley Reach, 1:14:28. 30-34: Laban Kibon, 1:08:25. 35-39: Geofrey Terer, 1:07:47. 40-44: Corey Burton, 1:20:06. 45-49: Adam Guzman, 1:22:33. 50-54: Pat Merrigan, 1:21:59. 55-59: Dan Schleicher, 1:27:31. 60-64: Don Turner, 1:33:54. 65-69: Doug Brown, 1:52:10. 70-75: Lawrence Callaway, 1:59:11. 76-79: Joe Bessenbacher, 1:57:59. 80-over: Walter Brainerd, 3:33:30.

WOMEN’S HALF MARATHON

Top overall: 1. Hayley Sutter, 1:20:34; 2. Christy Nielsen, 1:22:05; 3. Kara Baker, 1:23:35; 4. Amy Schmitz, 1:27:43; 5. Katie Frick, 1:28:23.

Age group winners

17-under: Alexandra Marko, 1:52:38. 18-24: Hayley Sutter, 1:20:34. 25-29: Sybil Orman, 1:28:56. 30-34: Amy Schmitz, 1:27:43. 35-39: Christy Nielsen, 1:22:05. 40-44: Karla Baum, 1:36:02. 45-49: Cindy Cameron, 1:30:09. 50-54: Kelly Dippold, 1:39:28. 55-59: Janet Harsh, 1:53:09. 60-64: Marita Worthington, 1:49:49. 70-75: Carol Smith, 2:40:35. 76-79: Ann Nelson, 2:47:44. 80-over: Mary Otte, 3:37:39.

MEN’S 5K

Top overall: 1. Matt Goetz, 17:11; 2. George Gomez, 17:20; 3. Jeramey Jordan, 17:29; 4. Nasser Ali, 18:38; 5. Daniel Serna, 18:42.

Age group winners

17-under: David Taylor, Jr., 20:55. 18-24: Jared Patterson, 19:50. 25-29: Matt Goetz, 17:11. 30-34: Tim Hodges, 19:48. 35-39: Nasser Ali, 18:38. 40-44: Pete Koenig, 19:47. 45-49: George Gomez, 17:20. 50-54: Kent Friend, 20:25. 55-59: Chuck Rodewald, 21:34. 60-64: Bruce Gilbert, 21:53. 65-69: Mike Fisher, 23:43. 70-74: John Osgood, 28:08. 75-79: Alan Poisner, 36:08. 80-over: Wayne Gilmore, 36:44.

WOMEN’S 5K

Top overall: 1. Denise Padilla, 17:20; 2. Charity Fluharty, 20:05; 3. Julie McCowen, 20:53; 4. Jenny Johnson, 21:05; 5. Lexi Bellem, 21:10.

Age group winners

17-under: Alison Helget, 26:31. 18-24: Jenny Johnson, 21:05. 25-29: Charity Fluharty, 20:05. 30-34: Jessica Claas, 22:49. 35-39: Andrea Wolf, 23:04. 40-44: Denise Padilla, 17:20. 45-49: Dina Myers, 23:31. 50-54: Vickie Steuben, 23:26. 55-59: Donetta Kirkman, 22:51. 60-64: Michaelene Voss, 29:57. 65-69: Janet Alexander, 32:12. 70-74: Judy Denesia, 52:29. 75-79: Shirley Murdock, 35:30. 80-over: Oleda Cooper, 57:44.

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