Results from the Aspen Town-N-Trail 10K race |

Results from the Aspen Town-N-Trail 10K race

The fourth annual running of the Aspen Town-N-Trail 10-kilometer race was held Saturday. The race started and ended at Koch Lumber Park, and took racers through the Marolt and Moore open spaces and back into town. The race was a fundraiser for the Colorado-Wyoming chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

The overall race winner was Mathew Hayne in 43 minutes, 51 seconds, followed by Kevin Hadfield and Andy Wooten. The women’s race was won by Jennifer Mendez in 49:12, good for 12th overall. Second was Emily Mathis and third Hallie French. A total of 88 runners completed the race, 53 women and 33 men.

Below are the top 15 finishers from the men’s and women’s races. For more on the race and for a complete list of finishers, visit


1. Mathew Hayne 43:51

2. Kevin Hadfield 43:51

3. Andy Wooten 45:38

4. Derek Pace 45:49

5. Jeff Hembury 46:10

6. Duncan Clauss 47:10

7. Stephen Miller 47:24

8. David Mills 47:57

9. Eric Westerman 48:08

10. Preston Stone 48:40

11. Matt Layne 48:41

12. Andy Poole 49:50

13. Ian Grines 50:27

14. Charles Lucavelli 54:15

15. Nick Redmond 54:15


1. Jennifer Mendez 49:12

2. Emily Mathis 49:34

3. Hallie French 52:17

4. Danielle Mills 54:31

5. Jessica Jacobi 55:54

6. Melanie Hmieloswski 55:57

7. Taylor Stafford 57:32

8. Meghan Holmes 57:37

9. Claudia Kirby 59:03

10. Kelly Helms 59:22

11. Julie Jenkins 59:41

12. Jenny Nelson 59:42

13. Erin Young 1:00:23

14. Alyssa Erdman 1:02:31

15. Kelsey Carder 1:02:31

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