FORT SMITH, Arkansas — Craig Adams of Bentonville, AR, won Sunday’s Fort Smith Marathon in 2:53:07. Katie Kramer-Ochoa of Broken Arrow, OK, was female winner in 3:20:32.
Second was Daniel Ray of Morristown, NJ, in 3:0:24, followed by Ian Campbell of Moore, OK, in 3:08:57 and Ryan Wrigley of Birmingham, AL, in 3:12:58.
RALEIGH, NC — Omar Wiggan, 37, and Erin Taylor, 34, both of Raleigh, won the North Carolina RRCA 5K State Championship at the Run for the Roses on Sunday. Wiggan finished in 16:52. Taylor won the women’s title in 18:20.
Second and third male finishers were Andrew Palumbo, 27, in 17:06, and Aaron Hale, 39, in 17:33, both from Raleigh.
FAYETTEVILLE, NC -- Fort Bragg and Fayetteville, NC will host the fourth annual All-American Marathon and “Mike to Mike Half Marathon on March 26. Alongside these two races, the All-American Family 5K will also be offered. Each course has been certified by the USA Track and Field Association and the marathon portion is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.
SARASOTA, FL — Ross McGraw of New York was the winner of the Sarasota Music Half Marathon on Feb. 5, racing home in 1:18:58. Christopher Brennan of Reading, PA, was second in 1:22:32, followed by Ben LeBoutillier (1:23:03) and Taylor Henninges (1:23:20) of Sarasota..
TALLAHASSEE, FLa — Bryan Morseman of Bath, NY, was overall winner Feb. 5 of the Tallahassee Maraton, finishing in 2:27:12. Tamara Kozulina of Clermont was the female winner in 3:09:25.
TYBEE ISLAND, GA — The annual Critz Tybee Run Fest wrapped up Saturday, Feb. 4 with slight wind paired with sunshine and temperatures in the mid 50’s providing good race conditions. Nearly 2000 participants took part in the five-race event, including the North Beach Bar and Grill 5K, the Wet Willie’s 10K, the Chu’s Half Marathon, the Lighthouse Pizza 2.8 Mile Beach Run, and Basil’s 1 Mile Fun Run, along with the Byrd’s Famous Cookies Kiddie Run for the smallest participants.
DAYTON BEACH, FL — Ryan Carroll of Portsmouth, VA, was overall winner Sunday, Feb. 5, of the Daytona Beach Half Marathon in 1:12:40.2. Second was Matt Graves of Daytona Beach in 1:14:35.3, followed by Jesse Cookson of Lakeland in 1:17:34.9. Male masters winner was Tommy Ramirez of Saint Cloud in 1:20:58.7.
CELEBRATION, FL — Estuary Novales of Guatemala and Jenn Walton of Wesley Chapel, FL, were winners of the Celebration Marathon on Sunday, Jan. 29. Novales, 35, finishing in 2:40:59 and Walton, 30, topping the women in 2:56:44.