Alex Kurt June 05, 2012 TWEET COMMENTS 0

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Wisconsin’s Kettle Morraine and Ice Age races among country’s finest


Photo by Michelle Thom

On Saturday, June 2, Trey Robinson of Gurnee, Illinois, won the Kettle Morraine 100-Mile in Eagle, Wisconsin, crossing the line in 18:33:07, just under seven minutes ahead of runner-up (and master’s division winner) Josh Miller of Dubuque, Iowa (18:40:05). Rob Houghton of Murphys, California, was third overall (and first in the senior master’s division) in 19:03:18.

Fourth overall was women’s race winner Becky George of Baxter, Minnesota, who finished in 19:12:43, over two hours ahead of runner-up Alisha Damrow of Menasha, Wisconsin, who clocked a 21:14:15 and finished 12th overall. Emily Bello of Newport, Kentucky, finished third (16th overall) in 22:08:03.

In the 100K race, Green Bay’s Stuart Kolb won in 9:18:36. Kolb, who also won the senior master’s division, was over 29 minutes ahead of runner-up Joshua Wopata of Westfield, Indiana, who finished in 9:57:58. Henry Southgate of Madison, Wisconsin, was third in 10:07:24.

Local runner swept the women’s 100K. Cassie Kottke of Brillion, Wisconsin, won the race in 13:14:49, good for 19th overall. Janice Brearly of Wausau, Wisconsin, finished second (25th overall) in 13:46:34, just ahead of Kelcy Boettcher of Wales, Wisconsin, who was 26th overall in 13:53:38.

Complete results can be found here.


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