Quinn repeats as Lost Lake champ

Anchorage Daily NewsAugust 25, 2012 

Najeeby Quinn won her second straight Lost Lake Run on Saturday, finishing the 15.75-mile trail run near Seward in 1 hour, 59 minutes, 29 seconds.

Eric Strabel won the men's race in 1:38:33.

Quinn was more than two minutes faster than women's runner up Briana Sullivan (2:01:41), and Strabel outpaced Matias Saari by 44 seconds.

More than 700 runners finished the race, which serves as a fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

2012 Lost Lake Run

Saturday near Seward, 15.75 miles

Top 25 Men -- 1) Eric Strabel, 1:38:33; 2) Matias Saari, 1:39:17; 3) Christian Thompson, 1:42:09; 4) Patrick Conway, 1:43:10; 5) Erik Johnson, 1:46:04; 6) Lee Bolling, 1:46:20; 7) Jerome Ross, 1:47:12; 8) Levi Younger, 1:48:06; 9) Mark Brady, 1:48:23; 10) Jeff Young, 1:51:09; 11) Warren Hancock, 1:51:41; 12) Ryan Cox, 1:52:24; 13) Andrew Stavich, 1:54:28; 14) Michael Bourdukofsky, 1:55:13; 15) Vin Robinson, 1:55:58; 16) Matthew Green, 1:56:07; 17) Luke Rosier, 1:56:24; 18) Bixler McClure, 1:56:26; 19) Mark Blanning, 1:56:30; 20) Dugan Greenwell, 1:57:14; 21) Brad Benter, 1:57:16; 22) Patrick Thompson, 1:58:36; 23) Brenton Knight, 2:00:45; 24) Lael Gordon, 2:01:58; 25) Christopher Payton, 2:02:03.

Top 25 Women -- 1) Najeeby Quinn, 1:59:29; 2) Briana Sullivan, 2:01:41; 3) Lauren Fritz, 2:02:36; 4) Colleen Bolling, 2:04:05; 5) Leslie Varys, 2:05:06; 6) Mandy Vincent-Lang, 2:10:05; 7) Kirsten Kolb, 2:11:24; 8) Jess Walsh, 2:12:00; 9) Adrienne Clingenpeel, 2:13:51; 10) Sarah Cresap, 2:15:14; 11) Emily Bolling, 2:16:38; 12) Jessica Vetsch, 2:17:24; 13) Laura Cruz, 2:18:28; 14) Sarah Fischer, 2:18:36; 15) Tara Craytor, 2:19:39; 16) Kyle Colburn, 2:20:19; 17) Sherry Lentfer, 2:21:33; 18) Rachel McCartan, 2:22:25; 19) Jacquelyn Minge, 2:22:25; 20) Rachael Posey, 2:23:32; 21) Josie Garton, 2:23:55; 22) Sarah Thomas, 2:24:41; 23) Talia Birch, 2:24:43; 24) Jean Miller, 2:25:27; 25) Lindi Lehnhausen, 2:25:47.

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