Male Overall Winners

Aaron Catlin 16:41
Peter Downing 17:13
Travis Turner 18:07

Female Overall Winners

Aubrie Russell 20.21
Julia Russell 20:55
Rachel Spirito 21:31

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Thanks to our photographers Rocio Gonzalez Zepp, Rivalyn Zweig and Roy McCarthy.

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