Alaska Heart Run champions

April 27, 2013 

Alaska Heart Run
Past champions
(5-K event began in 1985)

 

Year MenWomen
2013 Alfred Kangogo 14:53Hallidie Wilt 18:03
2012 David Kiplagat 14:54 Monica Ross 17:32
2011 Micah Chelimo 15:04 Ruth Keino 16:58
2010 Jake Parisien 15:19 Kristi Waythomas 18:08
2009 Michael Wisniewski 15:25 Kristi Waythomas 18:25
2008 No race
2007 David Kiplagat 15:33 Kikkan Randall 17:59
2006 Jerry Ross 15:13 Najeeby Quinn 17:46
2005 Jerry Ross 15:09 Najeeby Quinn 17:30
2004 Jerry Ross 15:05 Najeeby Quinn 17:21
2003 Will Kimball 15:24 Chris Clark 17:52
2002 Sean Rivers 15:18 Stacy Edwards 18:51
2001 Gordon Birdsall 15:51 Chris Clark 17:15
2000 Marcus Dunbar 15:16 Chris Clark 16:57
1999 John Clark 15:37 Chris Clark 17:31
1998 Marcus Dunbar 15:13 Kristi Waythomas 17:43
1997 Marcus Dunbar 15:13 Kristi Waythomas 18:04
1996 Marcus Dunbar 14:47 Kristi Klinnert 17:27
1995 Marcus Dunbar 14:39 Nicola Ratcliffe 17:38
1994 Marcus Dunbar 14:59 Jenny Eschbacher 18:13
1993 Marcus Dunbar 14:45 Nicola Ratcliffe 17:24
1992 Joe Alward 15:06 Suzanne Ray 17:19
1991 Marcus Dunbar 14:56 Suzanne Ray 17:36
1990 Marcus Dunbar 14:59 Tamaris Dortch 18:22
1989 Marcus Dunbar 15:08 Marylynn Barnwell 17:50
1988 Vern Campbell 15:01 Suzanne Ray 17:54
1987 Vern Campbell 15:05 Sarah Kramer 18:21
1986 Kris Mueller 15:24 Suzanne Ray 18:13
1985 Greg Tibbetts 15:33 Kim Dryden 17:08

 

Race records

Men -- Marcus Dunbar, 14:39, 1995

Women -- Chris Clark, 16:57, 2000

 

Sub-15:00 performances

1995 Marcus Dunbar 14:39
1993 Marcus Dunbar 14:45
1996 Marcus Dunbar 14:47
2013 Alfred Kangogo 14:52.48
2013 Jake Moe (2nd place) 14:52.86
1995 Don Clary (2nd place) 14:53
1993 Joe Alward (2nd place) 14:54
2012 David Kiplagat 14:54
1991 Marcus Dunbar 14:56.1
2012 Jake Moe 14:57
1994 Marcus Dunbar 14:59
1990 Marcus Dunbar 14:59.34
1990 Joe Alward (2nd place) 14:59.84
(Not all reported times include tenths of seconds)


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