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Braje, Arbogast Win at Ice Age 50

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La Grange, Wisconsin, May 8. Two runners from the west coast were the winners at the 29th annual Ice Age 50. Todd Braje, from McKinleyville, California and Meghan Arbogast from Corvallis, Oregon took the honors. Seattle's Phil Kochik and Annette Bednosky took second place, significant as the top two male and female finishers qualified for the final automatic spots for June's Western States 100 as part of the Montrail Ultra Cup. Arbogast had already qualified for Western States as the result of her top ten finish last year. There were 219 finishers within the 12-hour time limit.

1. Todd Braje, 33, McKinleyville, CA, 6:20:38
2. Phil Kochick, 31, Seattle, WA, 6:25:55
3. Mark Lundblad, 41, Swannanoa, NC, 6:33:13
4. David Ruttum, 31, Pittsburgh, PA, 6:44:29
5. Steve Vesbach, 23, Mukwonago, WI, 6:59:52

1. Meghan Arbogast, 48, Corvallis, OR, 7:13:42
2. Annette Bednosky, 43, Jefferson, NC, 7:27:08
3. Christine Crawford, 40, Whitewater, WI, 7:41:06
4. Cassie Scallon, 28, Denver, CO, 8:01:25
5. Rachel Burke, 25, Inverness, IL, 8:43:56