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2010 Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon

Pikes Peak Marathon Results!
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Manitou Springs boys Matt Carpenter and Daryn Parker finish 1-2 in Pikes Peak Marathon. Matt's 11th win. Time 3:51:34. Parker clocked in at 3:52:57. Keri Nelson (Moab, left) wins women's race in 4:34:24.
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"America the Beautiful" at the marathon starting line.
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Start of the Pikes Peak Marathon.
Pikes Peak Marathon
Photo Gallery No. 1 Pikes Peak Marathon Photo Gallery No. 2 Pikes Peak Marathon finish-line Gallery
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Matt Carpenter makes the turn at the summit of Pikes Peak and heads home to his 11th marathon win.
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Keri Nelson places fourth in Ascent ... then wins the Marathon!
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Matt Carpenter post race interview.
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Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon age group and course records.



Runners make their way through the switchbacks - and ever-thining air - near the cirque.

Glenn Randall bolted away from the starting line of the 2010 Pikes Peak Ascent, cracking the golden rule of the race: Don’t go out too fast. His early pace Saturday morning was something better suited for a 5k, rather than a 13.2-mile run to the top of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak. The other top runners in the field couldn’t believe their eyes. “I thought it (Randall’s pace) was a joke, to be honest,” said Rickey Gates, who eventually finished third. “For him to do that, it was humbling for the entire field. I don’t think a single person who placed in the Top 10 expected him to be out there … insane.” Yeah, crazy like a fox. His plan worked perfectly, and 2 hours, 9 minutes and 28 seconds later, the guy who started too fast was the Pikes Peak Ascent Champion. Read more here...



Pikes Peak Ascent Overall Results
Pikes Peak Ascent Age Group Results
Summit Photo Gallery Here
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Ascent Start/Glenn Randall takes off
Women's winner Brandy Erholtz video
Men's winner Glenn Randall video
World Mountain Running Association Long Distance Challenge story by Nancy Hobbs, American Trail Running Association executive director
Video of Bart Yasso's amazing presentation at the Ascent and Marathon Expo.
75-year-old Vici DeHaan sets age-group record.

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