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Holy cow!! A top-10 finish at the USATF 50k Trail Championships!

Stephanie Ward ran incredible at the USATF 50k Trail Championships, finishing 9th overall and winning her age group! This is the first USATF Championship top-10 finish for the Dukes in several years!

Stephanie traveled to Bend, Oregon to compete against some of the best trail runners in the nation! Stephanie finished in 5 hours and 56 minutes.

Great job Stephanie!!

The Dukes race in Dallas, TX!

Reppin' the New Mexico Blue and Red!

Tony Clement and Sal Perdomo traveled to Dallas, TX to compete in the 2014 Tour Des Fleurs 10k. Race conditions were not ideal due to the high humidity that plagues Texas during the summer and early fall, but that didn't stop Tony Clement from taking the W! Tony beat some very fast competition to win the 10k in 31:28! Sal Perdomo finished 7th in 33:14, 2 spots out of a cash purse finish.


Two Lady Dukes Race at the Imogene Pass Run!

Stephanie Latimer and Lauren Patton traveled to southwestern Colorado to race the famous Imogene Pass Run, a 17.1 mile point to point mountain race starting in Ouray and finishing in Telluride, Colorado, passing over the Imogene Pass (13,114 ft).

The ladies braved the trecherous terrain, rocky underfoot, lush forests, leg cramps, and severe inclines, and still ran like champs! Stephanie finished as 45th overall female (7th in her age group) in a time 3:29:28. Lauren was 150th overall female (24th in her age group) in a time of 4:00:10.

Good job ladies! Maybe more Dukes will participate in the future!


The Dukes Race against UNM and Other NCAA Teams!

The Dukes raced at the Lobo Invite, hosted by UNM. Tony Clement lead the men, while Minori Hayakari had the fastest time for the women.
Tony Clement ran the 5k course in 15:43, good for 9th place, after running the first mile in a blazing 4:35 along with fellow teammate Sal Perdomo, who finished 22nd in 16:11. Right behind them was Myles Kloer, Phil Keller, and Stu Lisle, finishing 34th, 35th, and 36th in 16:48, 16:50, and 16:53, respectively. Rounding out the Dukes was Chris Valicka in 17:38 (45th place), Anthony Fleg in 17:50 (49th place), and Hunter Claypatch in 19:51 (54th place).
Minori Hayakari blazed the course in 18:31, good for 6th place in the Women's race!

Ashlee Smalley, Bekah Chow, and Aaron Padilla competed in the community race! Sorry, there are no results up at the moment.
You can find the collegiate results here.