Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer raises $67,000 for cancer research
Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer 3-kilometer race results
1 Kim Fuller, Minturn: 19:38.9
2 Laura O’Connell, Evergreen: 20:07.1
3 Kelsey Robb, Wheat Ridge: 22:06.2
4 Jacqueline Vasquez, Castle Rock: 23:21.8
5 Jessica Halliday, Lone Tree: 26:50.1
6 Stephanie Sheldon, Denver: 27:46.3
7 Tarrah Teigland, Colorado Springs: 31:30.9
8 Jenny Bush, Arvada: 32:22.8
T9 Heather Skold, Colorado Springs: 40:26.7
T9 Tracy Titus, Colorado Springs: 40:26.7
11 Rebecca Jackson, Colorado Springs: 41:30.4
T12 Jenny Sec, Broomfield: 44:05.0
T12 Amanda Furner, Englewood: 44:05.0
1 Ihnken, Frisco: 18:39.3
2 Diane Groff, Longmont: 20:25.2
3 Sarah Engle, Longmont: 22:26.0
4 Kathy Skulski, Frisco: 24:20.8
5 Lynn Schardein, Wheat Ridge: 28:36.0
6 Susan Arrance, Silverthorne: 31:08.0
7 Tina Oberheide, Frisco: 31:11.8
1 Chris Douville, Arvada: 16:24.7
2 Leon Engle, Longmont: 17:58.7
3 Timothy Halliday, Lone Tree: 26:50.1
4 Aaron Varcasio, Arvada: 30:16.8
1 Mark Ayers, Colorado Springs: 18:21.6
2 Dean Holmstrom, Arvada: 18:31.5
3 Kevin Krayna, Longmont: 21:16.9
4 Rick Swain, Frisco: 31:44.6
More than 1,700 snowshoers on 107 teams hit the trails at the Frisco Nordic Center on Saturday, March 7, for the 2015 Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer, a walk/run that raised $67,000 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a national breast cancer research organization.
The event celebrated its 13th year in Frisco with a 3-kilometer walk, a 5K walk, a timed 3K race and a Li’l Romper Dash for children. The winners of the 3K race were Kim Fuller, of Minturn (ages 13-49), and Colleen Ihnken, of Frisco (ages 50-plus), on the women’s side and Chris Douville, of Arvada (ages 13-49), and Mark Ayers, of Colorado Springs (ages 50-plus), for the men.
The Summit County event is the only Romp to Stomp in Colorado, and one of only three others in North America — Vermont, Washington and Ontario. The Summit race has raised more than $1 million since it began. Visit tubbsromptostomp.com for more information.
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