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Redlarczyk Top Female Finisher

North Little Rock's Tim Richard Wins Hogeye Marathon

Posted: April 15, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Runners leave the starting line to begin the 37th annual Hogeye Marathon on Sunday in downtown Fayetteville.

Two years ago, Tiffany Redlarczyk finished the Hogeye Marathon while lying on a stretcher as paramedics pushed her the last 100 meters of the race.

Hogeye Marathon

Top 20

Name Hometown Time

Tim Richard North Little Rock 2:38:05.33

Brian Hurley Fayetteville 2:51:22.88

Brian Sieczkowski Maumelle 3:10:56.35

Tiffany Redlarczyk Fayetteville 3:12:13.87

Christopher Berry Russellville 3:17:44.81

Jason Barker De Queen 3:21:29.7

James Moore Springdale 3:23:52.51

Caleb Ault Maumelle 3:24:39.69

Chris Ho North Little Rock 3:28:19.40

Paul Maness Springfield, Mo. 3:29:46.57

Jeffery Zern Little Rock 3:30:28.54

Stefanie Tierney Albuquerque, N.M. 3:31:33.62

Andre Gies Fayetteville 3:32:06.66

Chris Lyle Bentonville 3:34:01.17

Ken McWilliams Pea Ridge 3:34:10.87

Pat Bradley Kingwood, Texas 3:34:24.19

Brian Gawni Fayetteville 3:35:31.38

Shannon McFarland Rogers 3:36:48.77

Barry Selph Benton 3:37:13.39

Jay Hansen Greenwood 3:37:16.90

Hogeye 5K

Top 10

Name Hometown Time

Taylor Monts Unknown 16:45.46

Brett Schauwecker Lenexa, Kan. 18:13.60

Daniel Becker Bentonville 20:13.25

Zuhair Al Salim Fayetteville 20:23.57

Logan Bishop Batesville 20:24.86

Quinn Robertson Springdale 20:39.32

Dan Bedor Siloam Springs 21:26.33

Alison Walker-Wilson Fayetteville 21:33.17

Carson Haller Fayetteville 22:02.48

Sungjae Jung Fayetteville 22:17.50

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