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Fargo Marathon

Saturday May 18th, 2019
Fargo, North Dakota
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · Marathon Relay · 10K · 5K

The Fargo Marathon is a week full of events, The Fargo Marathon is bound to have something for everyone. From the Cyclothon, Furgo Dog Run, Largest Kid's Race, 5K Walk/Run, 10K, Half Marathon, Full Marathon and Relays, there is a distance for all! Start and Finish inside the Fargo Dome -

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Race Date: 05/19/2018 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:30:00 Grofrey Terer 41 Kenya
2nd Male 2:30:39 Adam Pangrac 30 Kenya
3rd Male 2:32:58 Zach Bruns 32 AUS
4th Male 2:39:43 Justin Waraniak 25 Canada
Female 2:39:22 Semehar Tesfaye 28 AUS
2nd Female 2:54:46 Valeria Curtis 31 Jamaica
3rd Female 3:08:44 Hiedi Johnson 45 Germany
4th Female 3:09:04 Morghen Philippi 23 AUS
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:30:00 Grofrey Terer 41 Kenya
M 50-59 2:51:40 Kevin Zanker 53 Burnsville, MN
M 60-69 3:31:57 Rod Loran 61 Kenya
M 70+ 4:15:05 Glenn Carson 71 Indianapoolis, IN
F 40-49 3:08:44 Hiedi Johnson 45 Germany
F 50-59 3:28:45 Jacqueline Kelly 57 Kenya
F 60-69 4:14:41 Susan Byrne 60 Las Vegas, NV
Fargo Marathon

David Tuwei of Kenya, won the men'sdivision with a time of 2 hours, 28 minutes, 23-seconds. Semehar Tesfaye of Fargo, won the women's division with a time of 2 hours, 38 minutes, nine seconds. Tesfaye won the women's division last year too. 

Jackie Adamson of Winnipeg won the women's half-marathon in a time of 1 hour, 22 minutes, 36 seconds. Paul Getembe of Kenya, won the men's half-marathon in a time of 1 hour, seven minutes and 59 seconds. 

Branden Scheel won the mens' 10k and Laura Januszewski won the women's 10k. Both are former NDSU track and cross country athletes.

In its 14th year, the 2018 Fargo Marathon course is going to be something special! Starting from inside the Fargodome, surrounded by 15,000 cheering fans and spectators, the marathoners will take off and first get into the quiet, tree-lined streets of north Fargo.

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