Air Force Marathon makes 20 run


Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.


Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.


Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.


Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.


Winners:

- Men’s full marathon: Zebulon Hanley, San Antonio - 2:47:04

- Women’s full marathon: Rachel Harley, Birmingham, Alabama - 2:58:34

- Men’s full marathon, handcranked wheelchair division: David Berling, Avondale, Arizona - 1:14:27

- Women’s full marathon, handcranked wheelchair division: Holly Koester, Walton Hills, Ohio - 2:12:21

- Men’s half-marathon: Sean O’Hollearn, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia - 1:14:37

- Women’s half-marathon: Emily Shertzer, Jonestown, Pennsylvania - 1:22:40

- Men’s 10K: Steve Chu, Colorado Springs, Colorado - 35:37

- Women’s 10K: Courtney Stroble, Yellow Springs - 42:45

- Men’s 5K: Steve Chu, Colorado Springs - 15:55

— Women’s 5K: Anne Pennington, Kleine Brogel Air Base, Belgium — 21:06

Don Tate | Greene County News

Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News

Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News

Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News

Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_maraedit18-Copy.jpgDon Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_maraedit20-Copy.jpgDon Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_maraedit9-Copy.jpgDon Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Don Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_maraedit8-Copy-Copy.jpgDon Tate | Greene County News Thousands of runners from across the nation and at least 14 countries participated in the 20th Annual Air Force Marathon over the weekend.

Winners:

– Men’s full marathon: Zebulon Hanley, San Antonio – 2:47:04

– Women’s full marathon: Rachel Harley, Birmingham, Alabama – 2:58:34

– Men’s full marathon, handcranked wheelchair division: David Berling, Avondale, Arizona – 1:14:27

– Women’s full marathon, handcranked wheelchair division: Holly Koester, Walton Hills, Ohio – 2:12:21

– Men’s half-marathon: Sean O’Hollearn, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia – 1:14:37

– Women’s half-marathon: Emily Shertzer, Jonestown, Pennsylvania – 1:22:40

– Men’s 10K: Steve Chu, Colorado Springs, Colorado – 35:37

– Women’s 10K: Courtney Stroble, Yellow Springs – 42:45

– Men’s 5K: Steve Chu, Colorado Springs – 15:55

— Women’s 5K: Anne Pennington, Kleine Brogel Air Base, Belgium — 21:06

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