Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Nasty 9 run results

Out Corral Creek


Nasty 9 trail run leader Tom Liby (right) sets the pace in Saturday’s Corral Creek race. Photo by Roland Lane

     Superb single track, stellar view and challenging running terrain greeted 21 footracers out Corral Creek east of Sun Valley for the Nasty 9 Trail run, second event in the three-race Wood River Trail Run Points Series in September.

     Repeating their Harriman Trail Run victories achieved Sept. 7 were series leaders Tom Liby of Boise (1.06:00) and Angenie McCleary of Ketchum (1.21:40). Next in the series: The Baldy Hill Climb on Sept. 27.

     Saturday’s Nasty 9 times in hours, minutes and seconds:

WOMEN

PLACE, NAME, AGE.................. TIME

1—Angenie McCleary............ 1.21:40

2—Amber Mullen...................................... 1.23:09

3—Julie Cord............................................... 1.29:43

4—Tizz Miller............................................. 1.30:49

5—Julie Carney........................................... 1.32:15

6—Amy Baxter............................................ 1.49:19

7—Sarah Dugas......................................... 1.50:24

8—Kelley Kreiger...................................... 1.52:15

9—Margot Griffith.................................... 1.56:46

10—Colleen Kersgard.............................. 2.01:41

11—Bena Larkey......................................... 2.21:40

MEN

PLACE, NAME, AGE.................. TIME

1—Tom Liby.......................... 1.06:00

2—Kevin Tuck............................................. 1.10:25

3—Hannes Achhorner............................... 1.15:41

4—John Kurtz.............................................. 1.19:56

5—Paul Vanderheiden............................ 1.20:54

6—Jonathon Golden................................. 1.23:10

7—Eric Hall................................................. 1.43:03

8—Scott Kelly.............................................. 1.46:11

9—Wolfgang Kuhn...................................... 1.51:05

10—Jason Kutsurelis............................. 2.01:40




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