Peace Race 10K

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Peace Race 10K

on 23 October 2011.

Youngstown  October 23, 2011 - Morocco’s Abdelaziz Atmani (29:15) took the lead early and never looked back as he added another Ohio price money race to his resume as he won the 37th annual Peace Race 10K and the top prize of $1,000.  Peninsula’s Andy Morgan (29:38) finished second overall and captured the top USA men prize money of $600,  Canton’s Andrew Carnes (29:43) finished third and was awarded the top Ohio prize money of $500. Bellbrook’s Jason Ordway (29:54) finished fourth and was awarded the $350 for the second USA finisher. Stow’s Scott Mate (30:09) placed fifth and took home the $300 for the second Ohio male finisher.  Van Wert’s Craig Leon (30:27) finished sixth and was awarded $250 for the third USA male.   North Canton’s Luke Grau (30:56) placed seventh and won $150 for being the third Ohioan to finish while Craig Rupe (31:47) received the $100 fourth place Ohio money.

Ethiopia’s Mulu Seboka (33:13) edged Rochester, Michigan’s Molly Pritz (33:20) to win the top overall award. Madison’s Jessica Odorcic (34:37) finished third overall on her way to the top Ohio women money. Nicole Camp (35:01) finished a strong fourth.  Granville’s Anne Beechman (35:49), Dublin’s Melissa Converse (36:37), Burton’s Kelly Green (37:08) and  Peninsula’s Rochelle Morgan (38:02) round out the open prize money winners.

Russia’s Maxim Zobov (32:34) won the master top prize money award while Fairlawn’s Rob Porter (35:23) finished second.

Cortland’s grand master Michelle Rupe (41:30) outran Russia’s Iarisa Mikhaylova (42:11) for the women’s master gold.

Maple Heights’s Michael Boyar (36:48) and Pennsylvania’s Mariann Tullius (42:25) won grand master crowns.

New Waterford’s Giorgio Redolfi (41:02) and Pennsylvania’s Kathy Shoaf (56:16) took home top senior awards.

The runners enjoyed the fabulous fall scenery at the setting of the Peace Race’s course in Mill Creek Park.  The race awarded $8,000 in prize money with only one award going to each runner.

Ted Rupe serves as race director with a board of seventeen working every year to ensure the success of the event.

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