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Posted on: February 7, 2011
2011 Run For The Whales Results
Over 700 people participated in the Run For The Whales, held on Saturday, February 5, as the first event of the Maui Whale Festival. Congratulations to all those who participated, finished and made the day great!
- Jon McGonagle won the men's half marathon in a time of 1 hour, 13 minutes, 06 seconds.
- Lindsey Wilbur won the women’s half marathon in a time of 1 hour, 27 minutes, 19 seconds.
- Jeremy Cabral won the men's 5K who finished in 17 minutes, 51 seconds.
Dakota Grossman won the women’s 5K who finished in 19 minutes, 15 seconds.
"This run this year was fantastic," said Merrill Kaufman, education director at Pacific Whale Foundation. "I want to extend a big congratulations to all the runners who participated in the run. Great job!"
For full race results visit www.pseresults.com.
To read more about the Maui Whale Festival, please visit www.mauiwhalefestival.org.