Gate River Run Results

February 21, 2013

lowest price of cialis description cheap viagra nz online purchase viagra click generic cialis pharmacy online Recent results from Gate River Run for elite runners are published below. The Gate River Run (GRR), formerly known as the Jacksonville River Run, is an annual 15 kilometer road race in Jacksonville, Florida, USA, that attracts both competitive and recreational runners.The GATE River Run will once again serve as the USA 15K Championship with America’s top Olympic athletes competing for $85,000 in prize money.

Gate River Run 2016 Results

Mar **, 2016. Results awaited.

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Gate River Run 2015 Results

Mar 14, 2015. Benjamin True crossed the finish line first at 44:02 being the fastest man. Amy Hastings was first women to cross the finish line at 50:18


  1. Benjamin True 44:02
  2. Christo Landry 44:14
  3. Girma Mecheso 44:27
  4. Donn Cabral 44:47
  5. Ryan Vail 44:53

  1. Amy Hastings 50:18
  2. Laura Thweatt 50:50
  3. Neely Spence Gracey 50:50
  4. Juliet Bottorff 51:11
  5. Alexi Pappas 51:19

Gate River Run 2014 Results

Mar 15, 2014. Shalane Flanagan — a 32-year-old Olympic bronze medalist from Portland, Oregon — jumped to a huge lead early and ran solo the rest of the way to cross the finish line first at 47:00 – a new American women’s 15K record. At 43:04, defending Gate River Run champion Benjamin True was the fastest man.


  1. Benjamin True 43:04
  2. Christopher Derrick 43:15
  3. Tim Ritchie 43:24
  4. Christo Landry 43:58
  5. Matt Llano 44:02

  1. Shalane Flanagan 47:00
  2. Janet Bawcom 49:24
  3. Amy Van Alstine 49:49
  4. Alexi Pappas 50:06
  5. Lindsey Scherf 50:31

Results for all participants are available on the official Gate River Run results page (search by year). continued viagra price without insurance top rated viagra online viagra online seriг¶s order cialis from mexico

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Doyle Shaw March 15, 2014 at 10:43 pm

Today I ran the GRR for the first time in 17 years. I had to put my running on hold because of a knee injury. Just wanted to say that I loved it as much as ever before.


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