Kiplagat, Dalton top runners in Mountain View 5-K

sports@adn.comMay 11, 2013 

Former UAA standout David Kiplagat and Anna Dalton cruised to victory in the men's and women's divisions, respectively, Saturday morning in the Faster Than A Falcon 5-kilometer footrace in Mountain View.

Kiplagat covered the 3.1-mile course in 15 minutes, 46 seconds, for a comfortable victory over runner-up Ryan Beckett (18:09) and third-place finisher Brad Benter (18:35).

Dalton was clocked in 18:56, which put her nearly a minute ahead of runner-up Danielle Pratt (19:52). Marisa Jaso (20:35) edged Laura Carpenter by two seconds for third place.

The race drew nearly 650 finishers. Full results are available here.

Faster Than A Falcon 5-K
Saturday's results

Women's Top 25 -- 1) Anna Dalton 18:56; 2) Danielle Pratt 19:52; 3) Marisa Jaso 20:35; 4) Laura Carpenter 20:37; 5) Maia Dickinson 20:52; 6) Victoria Mayer 21:10; 7) Verena Gill 21:34; 8) Heidi Martinson 21:44; 9) Ashley Van Hemert 21:56; 10) Heidi Jensen 21:56; 11) Holly Barclay 21:57; 12) Kristen Maves 21:57; 13) Kathleen Roch, 22:07; 14) Sarah Fischer 22:16; 15) Tina Moronell 22:30; 16) Sophia McCallister 22:37; 17) Elizabeth Aarons 23:01; 18) Heidi Zimmer 23:19; 19) Jill Aho 23:24; 20) Mimi Allen 23:33; 21) Andrea Sands 23:45; 22) Kimberly Riggs 23:46; 23) Heidi Hehnlin 23:53; 24) Julie Michels 23:54; 25) Abigale Thompson 24:10.

Men's Top 25 -- 1) David Kiplagat 15:46; 2) Ryan Beckett 18:09; 3) Brad Benter 18:35; 4) Scott Clemetson 18:40; 5) Tim Berntson 18:48; 6) Ben Allen 19:00; 7) John Weaver 19:13; 8) Paul Clark 19:18; 9) William McFadden 19:48; 10) Stephen Peterson 19:55; 11) Declan Reid 19:59; 12) George Gates 20:15; 13) Clay Crossett 20:20; 14) Rick Granbois 20:36; 15) Jordan Baumgartner 20:54; 16) Steve Liddle 21:07; 17) Patrick Liddle 21:07; 18) Ryan Lawton 21:12; 19) Jared Braudis 21:21; 20) Aemon Wetmore 21:23; 21) Todd Stark 21:29; 22) Henry Arend 21:37; 23) Jake Daniel 21:42; 24) Terrence Kasper 21:44; 25) Camden Benter 21:45.

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