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Schneidewind and Treder Win in Deluge at Kettle Moraine

 
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Eagle, Wisconsin, June 6. Darin Schneidewind and Julie Treder survived a torrential downpour to win at the Kettle Moraine 100. Treder passed Jennifer Eichelberger late in the race for the victory after Eichelberger had led for most of the race. After a cloudy but dry start, heavy rain began falling in mid-afternoon and decimated the field of 155 runners. Only 51 survived to finish within the 30-hour time limit. More than 3.5 inches of rain was recorded at nearby Whitewater. Conditions mimicked the 2008 race, where heavy rain also marred the event.

Men
1. Darin Schneidewind, 40, Lyndon, KS, 19:54:48
2. Brad Bishop, 24, Kansas City, MO, 20:38:12
3. Nolan Ming, 34, Yorkville, IL, 20:51:37
4. Andy Emerson, 41, Columbia, MO, 21:21:22
5. Paul Schoenlaub, 50, St. Joseph, MO, 21:26:32

Women
1. Julie Treder, 34, St Francis, WI, 25:40:28
2. Jennifer Eichelberger, 39, Carbondale, IL, 25:51:02
3. Cynthia Carlson, 40, Madison, WI, 26:31:09
4. Alicia Hudelson, 25, Duluth, MN, 27:24:10
5. Deb Vomhof, 48, Watertown, WI, 27:41:34