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'Bowerman Track Club Dominates Michigan Pro Ekiden'




https://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?event_id=14153&do=news&news_id=629164

2nd Michigan Pro Ekiden

Utica, Michigan, 17 Nov., 2021
6 teams, 6 stages, 42.2 km

Top Individual Stage Results
First Stage (6.1 km, women) - Annie Frisbie (MDC) - 19:25 - CR*
Second Stage (5.0 km, men) - Thomas Ratcliffe (BTC) - 14:10 - CR*
Third Stage (5.0 km, women) - Vanessa Fraser (BTC) - 16:22
Fourth Stage (6.1 km, men) - Woody Kincaid (BTC) - 17:16 - CR*
Fifth Stage (10.0 km, women) - Elise Cranny (BTC) - 32:19 - CR*
Sixth Stage (10.0 km, men) - Grant Fisher (BTC) - 28:36 - CR*

Team Results
1. Bowerman Track Club - 2:08:24 - CR*
2. Hoka Northern Arizona Elite - 2:12:01
3. Hansons-Brooks Original Distance Project - 2:12:27
4. Roots Running Project - 2:13:01
5. Minnesota Distance Elite - 2:14:36
6. TEAM Boulder - 2:17:29


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Andrew Armiger said…
Nice to see this endure! Would be cool to see it also expand, perhaps adding amateur divisions.

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