Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Adams Gulch runners brave the elements

Snowy Saturday in Ketchum

June 9, 2012, the 35th edition of the 4.2-mile trail and pavement loop from the Presbyterian Church of the Big Wood in Ketchum, through Northwood, Beaver Springs and Adams Gulch to the finish at the church. Sponsored by The Elephant's Perch of Ketchum. On a cold and rainy and snowy morning, there were a total 39 brave runners (27 men, 12 women). Runners' place and age, and finishing times in minutes and seconds.


1—Taylor Sundali, 22 24:44

2—Mikey Sinnott, 27 24:54

3—Zach Burney, 20 25:39

4—Colin Rodgers, 31 26:45

5—James Paris, 19 26:57

6—Pedro Morales, 22 27:10

7—Danny Sundali, 20 27:41

8—Miles Fink-Debray, 24 28:13

9—Austin Cobb, 19 28:19

10—Evan Martell, 20 28:37

11—Alexis Gonzalez, 15 28:39

12—Chelsea Holmes, 25 29:17

13—Scotty Phelan, 21 29:55

14—Alexa Turzian, 23 31:01

15—Kyle Rafford, 44 32:37

16—Dave Keir, 43 32:59

17—Alfonso Andrade, 46 33:20

18—Jose Cruz, 31 33:40

19—Omar Bermeo, 30 33:46

20—Cuyler Swindley, 36 34:24

21—Jeff Ealey, 50 34:58

22—Will Raff, 58 35:03

23—Thomas Phelan, 23 35:34

24—Eduardo Cruz Flores, 39 35:35

25—Henry Raff, 12 36:08

26—Gadrie Edmunds, 36 36:36

27—Lily Fink-Debray, 22 37:27

28—Carrie Mahoney, 35 39:28

29—Landon Nurge, 12 39:43

30—Mike Hanson, 42 41:20

31—Brittney Snyder, 26 46:42

32—Tanya Greenwood, 21 47:01

33—Gabby Rafford, 41 48:46

33—Trini Pullen, 42 48:46

35—Heidi Husbands, 45 49:39

35—Steph Hansen, 44 49:39

37—Aly Swindley, 31 50:05

38—Shaw McCoubrey, 8 52:19

39—Leslie McCoubrey, 45 52:22


Runners showing time improvements compared to the 2011 Adams Gulch Run were Alfonso Andrade 6:38, Aly Swindley 5:41, Gadrie Edmunds 4:22, Dave Keir 1:52, Carrie Mahoney 1:48, Danny Sundali 1:35, Lily Fink-Debray 1:27 and Miles Fink-Debray 0:24. Will Raff was only 1 second behind his pace of 2011.

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