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Frisco’s Eric Broecker wins Breckenridge Road Half-Marathon; Dillon’s Borthwick wins 10K

Participants in the Breckenridge Marathon run on French Street on Saturday in Breckenridge.
Hugh Carey / hcarey@summitdaily.com

2018 Breck Road Marathon

Summit county finishers

Marathon

2. Andrew Dengate 03:42:24 Breckenridge

Half Marathon

1. Eric Broecker 01:20:09 Frisco

14. Jonathan Enns 01:45:32 Breckenridge

27. Doug Bugner 01:54:51 Breckenridge

32. Michelle Doza 01:58:25 Breckenridge

108. Katherine Tiffany 02:48:54 Breckenridge

10K

1. John Borthwick 41:40 Dillon

3. Steve DiSerio 44:33 Breckenridge

10. Mahlon Dysart 51:52 Silverthorne

15. Camilia DiSerio 54:28 Breckenridge

48. Madeline Mishkind 01:10:02 Frisco

Running across their home county, four Summit County locals earned top-3 spots at Saturday’s Breckenridge Road Marathon races.

In the 10-kilometer event, Dillon 54-year-old John Borthwick completed the course in 41 minutes and 40 seconds, 42 seconds ahead of second-place finisher Jonathan Risi, 49, of Highlands Ranch (42:22).

A little more than two minutes off that pace was third-place 10K finisher Steve DiSerio, 40, of Breckenridge, who ran to a time of 44:33.

In the half-marathon race, Frisco 43-year-old Eric Broecker crossed the finish line in 01:20:09, which was more than nine minutes ahead of second-place finisher Leah Rosenfeld, 30, of Flagstaff, Arizona (01:29:20).

And in the full marathon event, the top local finisher was Breckenridge’s 29-year-old Andrew Dengate. Dengate finished his 26.2-mile journey in 03:42:24, which was the top male time in the marathon, 55 seconds ahead of Fort Collins 33-year-old Billy McDonald (02:43:29).

Dengate won his marathon age division by more than 20 minutes. The overall winner of Saturday’s marathon was Littleton’s 28-year-old Nicole Marsh (03:26:46), who ran to a time nearly 40 minutes faster than any other female marathon competitor.

The full 26.25 mile-long marathon course required runners to ascend 1,609-feet of overall elevation gain, with a starting elevation of 10.479-feet and a maximum elevation of 10,489-feet. The half marathon covered 13.33 miles and gained 595 feet, while the 6.13-mile 10K climbed a total of 295 feet.

Next year’s Breck Road Marathon event is scheduled for Sept. 14.


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