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Local runners compete at Grandma's Marathon

5,952 runners completed the full marathon on Saturday, June 18.

Group of female athletes running during a track competition.
Group of female athletes running.
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DULUTH — These local runners completed their races in the Grandma’s Marathon Saturday, June 18.

  • Carol Lindroos, 58, Wadena, 5:45:24,
  • Jessica Vanhavermaet, 28, Wadena, 4:59:17
  • Luke Vanhavermaet, 29, Wadena, 4:15:01,
  • Jessica Borash, 38, Verndale, 4:45:18,
  • Josh Borash, 36, Verndale, 4:21:20

These local runners participated in the Garry Bjorklund half marathon at Grandma’s Marathon Saturday, June 18.

  • Gina Harrison, 28, Wadena, 1:56:37,
  • Allen Henle, 28, Wadena, 1:38:38,
  • Elizabeth Henle, 28, Wadena, 1:50:55,
  • Dan Huebsch, 36, Wadena, 1:54:38,
  • Jake Rosenthal, 35, Wadena, 2:06:50.
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