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Dukes Take on Summer 5k Road Races at Altitude!

Over the past few weeks, members of the Dukes Track Club have hit the local scene to take on various 5k road races! These summer races have allowed the Dukes to take advantage of the cool mornings and chase after some fast times. The Jim Thorpe Native American 5k National Championships and the Freedom Run 5k have both offered strong competition on a fast course! The Jim Thorpe 5k was held on June 25th at the Southwestern Indian Polytechnical Institute and the Freedom Run 5k was ran near Tingley Beach adjacent to the Rio Grande.

Jim Thorpe Native American 5k National Championships
Sal Perdomo - 15:34 - 2nd place
Brantley Lutz - 16:06 - 6th place
Justin Weins - 16:14 - 7th place
Phil Keller - 16:31 - 9th place
Zach Chenoweth - 17:23 - 14th place
Myles Kloer - 17:29 - 16th place
Jonathon Campbell - 18:34 - 21st place
Todd Hierlmaier - 18:44 - 23rd place
Mica Comstock - 19:46 - 32nd place

Dorota Gruca - 18:58 - 1st place (Women's Champion!)
Haley Butler-Moore - 22:05 - 52nd place
Lynette Padilla - 23:48 - 66th place
Rebecca Lilley - 23:55 - 68th place

Freedom Run 5k (Course was 3.19 miles long)
Will Anderson - 15:39 - 3rd place
Sal Perdomo - 15:44 - 4th place
Brantley Lutz - 16:33 - 8th place
Zach Chenoweth - 17:41 - 9th place
Jonathon Campbell - 18:56 - 12th place

Congrats to Justin Weins for winning the 4 Miles on the 4th and Cheryl Serena for running a PR at the Foot Traffic Flat Half and Full Marathon!

Brantley and Justin at the Jim Thorpe 5k!

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