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Friday, April 29, 2016

John Humenik Kristin Jones Lead S.C.A.R. Challenge

S.C.A.R. at Canyon Lake - An Aerial Tour from Luke Pierzina on Vimeo.

John Humenik and Kristin Jones are in the overall lead after two stages of the 2016 S.C.A.R. Challenge in Arizona:

Day 1 + Day 2 Cumulative Time:
1 John Humenik 6:23:31.16
2 Jamie Proffitt 6:37:10.41
3 Stephen Rouch 6:41:30.85
4 Ernie Hoftyzer 7:00:04.77
5 Kristin Jones 7:08:14.94
6 Charlotte Brynn 7:19:01.95
7 Mark Spratt 7:19:23.79
8 Stefan Reinke 7:20:55.15
9 Charles Brown 7:32:54.53
10 Steven Minaglia 7:33:26.06
11 Genevieve Mackwood 7:52:11.50
12 Jamie Tout 7:53:17.51
13 Cynthia (Cindy) Werhane 7:55:25.79
14 Carolina Mora 7:57:15.63
15 Kathryn Farrell 8:15:24.72
16 Karyn Scherer 8:21:28.83
17 Brad Lundblad 8:26:31.91
18 Palaka Sauer 8:45:16.02
19 Asha Allen 8:48:06.85
20 Karen Charney 21 Katrina Price 8:58:27.30
22 Stephen Key 8:59:06.80
23 Amy Frick 9:06:03.37
24 Devon Clifford 9:07:25.92
25 Courtney Paulk 9:09:10.65
26 Finbarr Hedderman 9:53:24.39
27 Sue-Ellen Booher 10:01:30.35
28 Dave Van Mouwerik 10:02:47.97
29 Paula Yankauskas 10:27:45.96
30 Tiffany Mcqueen 10:45:36.77
31 Mo Siegel 10:54:05.26
32 Emma France 11:11:52.98
33 Sarah Tunnicliffe 11:25:42.56
34 Tom Linthicum 11:47:45.87
35 Stephanie Hopson 12:09:56.97
36 Stanley Leventhal 12:12:57.77

Stage 2, Canyon Lake Results:
1 John Humenik (41) 3:16:52.46
2 Jamie Proffitt (50) 3:26:09.28 +9:16.82
3 Stephen Rouch (35) 3:28:38.99 +11:46.53
4 Haley Gordon (23) 3:35:03.31 first woman
5 Ernie Hoftyzer (46) 3:35:04.66
6 Kristin Jones (26) 3:39:02.05 second woman
7 Mark Spratt (60) 3:41:21.40
8 Charlotte Brynn (50) 3:45:16.71 third woman
9 Charles Brown (40) 3:47:32.95
10 Stefan Reinke (57) 3:52:59.50
11 Steven Minaglia (43) 3:57:39.52
12 Mike Herrmann (48) 3:58:57.48
13 Genevieve Mackwood (56) 4:02:53.97 fourth woman
14 Cynthia (Cindy) Werhane (47) 4:03:33.02 fifth woman
15 Carolina Mora (38) 4:09:08.47 sixth woman
16 Jamie Tout (62) 4:11:39.44
17 Kathryn Farrell (43) 4:11:50.54 seventh woman
18 Karyn Scherer (41) 4:20:33.75 eighth woman
19 Brad Lundblad (47) 4:28:34.68
20 Asha Allen (45) 4:30:45.04 ninth woman
21 Palaka Sauer (52) 4:35:11.70 tenth woman
22 Karen Charney (47) 4:36:47.25
23 Katrina Price (42) 4:40:10.03
24 Stephen Key (48) 4:43:09.11
25 Amy Frick (49) 4:46:18.21
26 Devon Clifford (26) 4:47:00.41
27 Courtney Paulk (46) 4:54:22.90
28 Dave Van Mouwerik (58) 4:54:25.99
29 Finbarr Hedderman (30) 5:17:01.09
30 Sue-Ellen Booher (62) 5:24:31.68
31 Paula Yankauskas (61) 5:35:13.50
31 Tiffany Mcqueen (43) 5:35:13.50
33 Mo Siegel (64) 5:45:03.61
34 Emma France (47) 6:01:30.65
35 Sarah Tunnicliffe (41) 6:06:17.14
36 Tom Linthicum (58) 6:15:25.09
37 Stephanie Hopson (39) 6:33:53.19
38 Stanley Leventhal (54) 6:39:04.73
DNF Peter Lofquist (54)
DNF Emily Evans (39)

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