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Hornok wins inaugural Utah Marathon

Published October 13, 2012 5:08 pm

Utah Marathon • There were 188 finishers in the inaugural event.
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Salt Lake City's Nathan Hornok won the inaugural Utah Marathon by more than 10 minutes Saturday.

The 34-year-old Hornok covered the 26.2 miles in 2 hours, 38 minutes, 52 seconds.

Steve Cuttitta of Heber was second in 2:49:52.

Sarah Labass of Simi Valley, Calif., was the first female finisher, crossing the line in 3:20:46, while Salt Lake City's Meredith Sinclair was second in 3:25:45.

There were 188 runners who completed the marathon, which started and ended in downtown Salt Lake City. —

Top 10 men

1. Natahon Hornok • 2:38:25

2. Steve Cuttitta • 2:49:52

3. Riley Cook • 2:51:35

4. Michael Horning • 2:58:37

5. Craig Ward • 3:07:15

6. Stephen Anderson • 3:07:54

7. Steven Nordstrom • 3:12:34

8. Travis McKellar • 3:15:08

9. Burke Bills • 3:17:10

10. Shanti Sheppard • 3:18:57

Top 10 women

1. Sarah Labass • 3:20:46

2. Meredith Sinclair • 3:25:45

3. Anastasia Beiting • 3:34:44

4. Melissa Soper • 3:36:36

5. Natasha Holmquist • 3:46:59

6. Nicole Caldwell • 3:48:03

7. Starr David • 3:49:35

8. Mattie Girl • 3:51:46

9. Alli Rust • 3:52:41

10. Shauna Peterson • 3:56:20

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