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Aspen Elementary School fifth grader Thomas Chadwick had the top finish in the men’s 5K race Saturday in the Ruby K’s Yum Run.
The Yum Run, an annual fundraising event for LA Cares, started and ended in downtown Los Alamos. The event consisted of a 5K and 10K cross-country event, as well as a 1K fun run/walk. This year marked the seventh annual running.
Chadwick, 11, finished with an age-adjusted time of 18 minutes, 41 seconds, scoring a decisive win over runner-up Sevngheon Kim, who finished in 20:30.
Chip Cooper won the men’s 10K race with his time of 44:35. On the women’s side, Miranda Barraza had a 20:12 to win the women’s 5K race, while Erica Baron’s 45:46 was the best age-adjusted time in the women’s 10K.
Here are the results from the 2011 Yum Run. Runners are from Los Alamos unless otherwise indicated.
1. Thomas Chadwick, 18:41; 2. Sevngheon Kim, 20:30; 3. Michael Warren, 21:03; 4. Brandon Bao, 21:35; 5. Christopher Buntain, 21:54; 6. Marcel Hesch, Albuquerque, 22:28; 7. Jeremiah Taylor, 22:58; 8. Benjamin Katko, 24:02; 9. Isaiah Lang, 24:21; 10. Allen Thomas, 24:48;
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