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Sanford Fargo Marathon half-marathon men's and women's top 25 finishers

Spencer Ruebke of Ada, Minn., a former Minnesota State Moorhead runner, was the top men's finisher

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Runners in the half-marathon at the Sanford Fargo Marathon pass in front of the Fargo Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, in downtown Fargo. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

FARGO — Saturday marked the running of the 2021 Sanford Fargo Marathon.

Spencer Ruebke of Ada, Minn., a former Minnesota State Moorhead runner, was the top men's finisher in the half-marathon on Saturday. Denver's Megan Smith led the women's finishers.

Find the top 25 mens' and women's half-marathon finishers below. For full results, visit raceday.enmotive.com/#/events/sanford-health-fargo-marathon-17th-annual/results .

Top 25 half-marathon men’s results

1. Spencer Ruebke, Ada, Minn., 1:10.32

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2. Brian Wells, Rochester, Minn., 1:18.55

3. Thomas Stromme, Fargo, 1:21.13

4. Steven Hammer, Fargo, 1:22.14

5. Steven Monk, Bismarck, 1:23.24

6. Dillon Waldera, Sioux Falls, S.D., 1:23.38

7. Brandon Lee, West Fargo, 1:23.58

8. Seth Huseby, Minneapolis, 1:24.40

9. Jeremy Kuhn, St. Michael, Minn., 1:24.40

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10. Peter Mnastrom, 1:25.07

11. Jacob Berg, Minot, N.D., 1:25.22

12. Michael Allen, White Bear Lake, Minn., 1:25.49

13. Brian Storhaug, Alexandria, Minn., 1:26.02

14. Peter Randall, Austin, Texas, 1:26.04

15. Andrew Lachowitzer, Park Rapids, Minn., 1:26.22

16. Derek Johnson, Fargo, 1:26.29

17. Jake Greenstein, West Fargo, 1:26.46

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18. Michael Toy, Fargo, 1:27.01

19. Jeremy Latsko, Bexley, Ohio, 1:27.27

20. Michael Orth, Fargo, 1:27.58

21. He Huang, Grand Forks, 1:28.13

22. Tyler Groth, Fargo, 1:28.55

23. Stephen Black, Prior Lake, Minn., 1:29.17

24. Jack Powers, Sisseton, S.D., 1:29.59

25. Michael Waldera, Sioux Falls, S.D., 1:30.04

Top 25 half-marathon women’s results

1. Megan Smith, Denver, 1:17.46

2. Valeria Curtis, Minot, N.D., 1:20.58

3. Katie Rusch, St. Cloud, Minn., 1:24.10

4. Tara McDonald, Bismarck, 1:24.22

5. Josie Danz, Fargo, 1:24.35

6. Heidi Greenwood, Fargo, 1:25.37

7. Amy Will, Warren, Minn., 1:26.30

8. Brittney Kingsley, Fargo, 1:27.45

9. Danielle Syvrud, Fargo, 1:28.11

10. Katie Johnson, West Fargo, 1:29.54

11. Macy Gress, Dickinson, N.D., 1:33.23

12. Elena Danielson, Fago, 1:34.11

13. Molly Host, North Mankato, Minn., 1:34.24

14. Roxanne Lorenz, Benson, Minn., 1:35.24

15. Samantha Restemayer, Fargo, 1:35.44

16. Debra Jacques, Appleton, Wis., 1:36.58

17. Carol Winter, Uniontown, Mo., 1:36.58

18. Jennie Berg, Farmington, Minn., 1:37.07

19. Whitney Angelini, Allison Park, Pa., 1:37.23

20. Heidi Merriman, Beresford, S.D., 1:37.31

21. Dexi Maxa, Bigfork, Minn., 1:37.38

22. Chelsey Gloude, Warren, Minn., 1:37.59

23. Barb Murphy, Grand Forks, 1:38.16

24. Kacee Miller, Bismarck, 1:38.28

25. Katy Bonnstetter, Castle Pines, Colo., 1:39.30

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