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SPOKANE, Wash. - Nearly 60,000 runners took to the streets of Spokane Sunday afternoon for the biggest race of the year! KHQ has your complete Bloomsday 2011 coverage with videos, pictures, and you can even watch yourself cross the finish line!

Initial Results:

Men's Open:

  1.  Simon Ndirangu        Kenya      33:58
  2.  Allan Kiprono            Kenya      33:59
  3.  Belete Assefa           Ethiopia    34:09
  4. MacDonard Ondara   Kenya      34:39
  5. Stephen Muange       Kenya      34:45

Men's Top American:

  1. Josh Moen              Minneapolis    35:21

Men's Top Washington

  1. Joe Gray                 Newcastle, WA 36:25
  2. Uli Steidl                 Seattle, WA      37:27
  3. Steven Crane         Olympia, WA     37:28
  4. Kyle King                Cheney, WA      37:29

Women's Open:

  1. Misker Mekonnin      Ethiopia     40:25
  2. Wude Ayalew           Ethiopia     40:26
  3. Tingea Jelliah           Kenya        40:28
  4. Buzunesh Deba        Ethiopia     40:29
  5. Shewarge Amare     Ethiopia     40:31

Women's Top American:

  1. Amy Hastings           Mammoth Lakes, CA    40:54

Women's Top Washington

  1. Claudia Copeland     Olympia, WA         43:07
  2. Rose Wetzel             Seattle, WA           44:07
  3. Janet Collar              Spokane, WA        44:15
  4. Ruth Perkins             Puyallup, WA        44:16

Men's Wheelchair Open

  1. Aaron Gordian          Mexico City, MX     28:03
  2. Saul Mendoza           Wimberley, TX       29:07
  3. Jordan Bird               Tucson, AZ             30:50
  4. Aaron Pike                Champaign, IL       30:51
  5. Craig Blanchette       Battle Ground, WA 30:52
  6. Scott Parson             San Jose, CA          30:53
  7. Ryan Chalmers         Champaign, IL        31:46
  8. Laurens Molina         San Jose, CA          34:20
  9. Travis Dodson          Champaign, IL        35:35
  10. Raphael Nkegbe       Sunyani, AH           36:00

Women's Wheelchair Open

  1. Amanda McGrory       Savoy, IL             35:24
  2. Shirley Reilly             Tucson, AZ           35:35
  3. Susannah Scaroni      Tekoa, WA           38:33
  4. Ajar Busonga Mohammed   Kumasi, WA 38:36
  5. Anjali Forber-Pratt    Champaign, IL      41:33
  6. Anita Fordjour           Kumasi, WA          50:28
  7. Sandi Rush                Fallbrook, CA         51:04



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