Erik Attla won the 5-kilometer race and Wyatt Rutherford took the 10K honor Sunday in the annual Race Against Racism, which started and finished at the JP Jones Community Development Center.
Attla finished the short course in 24 minutes, 29 seconds. Putt Clark came in second in 25:02 and Kyle Van Hatten was third in 26:45.
Xavier Mikol placed fourth in 27:32 and Christopher Benshoof finished fifth in 27:56.
Rutherford completed the long course in 52:33 and Katherine Janoski was runner-up in 53:468.
Phoebe Rohrbacher placed third in 59:16 and David Scott came in fourth in 1 hour, 2 minutes and 16 seconds. Anna Rix rounded out the top five in 1:03:40.
The race conducted in honor of people, particularly minorities, who have made significant contributions in Fairbanks. Many sections of the courses went past buildings, structures or parks named for the people who were honored by the event.
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