Andrew Biglow rounds the last corner of the 10K at 10,000 Feet on Sunday. Biglow finished first in the 10K portion of the race.

Photo by Luke Graham

Andrew Biglow rounds the last corner of the 10K at 10,000 Feet on Sunday. Biglow finished first in the 10K portion of the race.

Young runners battle it out at Running Series' 10K at 10,000 Feet


— At least for the time being, Tabor Scholl will hold house bragging rights over her brother Tyler.

Tabor, 12, out-sprinted Tyler, 8, during the 5-kilometer portion of Sunday's 10K at 10,000 Feet. The event, part of the Steamboat Springs Running Series, featured 5-kilometer and 10-kilometer races.

In the 5K event, the Scholl siblings ran with each other until the last 50 yards. That's when Tabor nudged ahead of her brother for first place with a time of 18 minutes, 39 seconds.

"It feels very excellent," Tabor said. "Tyler usually gets the bragging rights."

Tyler, however, wasn't too upset.

He got a side cramp during the final stretch and said sprinting isn't really his specialty.

"She's a way faster sprinter than me," said Tyler, who finished first in the 5K on the men's side with a time of 18:46. "I'm more of a long-distance runner. She can beat me at anything below a mile. I'm going to work really hard. I'm going to try to win the next race."

Ken Rogers (20:16) finished second in the men's 5K race, and Garrett Edwards (21:15) was third. On the women's side, Lisa Adams (23:10) finished second, and Hannah Williams (24:14) was third.

On a picture-perfect day for running, more than 100 racers turned out for the 25th anniversary of the race. Both races followed the same route from the Dumont Lake campground up double- and singletrack trails. The 5K course headed toward the iconic Rabbit Ears rock formation. Once runners hit the midway point, they turned around.

In the 10K race, a pair of Front Range runners took the top spots.

On the women's side, Littleton resident Lindsay Krause won with a time of 51:02. Fellow Littleton resident Andrew Biglow won the men's division in a time of 46:00.

Krause and Biglow came up to Steamboat together for the weekend. Krause - whose husband is competing in the Steamboat Springs Stage Race - said she treated the event as a training tool for the Aspen Golden Leaf Half Marathon.

"It was just for a good workout," she said. "I do some trail running, and I'm on the Salomon Trail Running Team. I thought this would be a good training run."

Jenna Gruben was second in the women's 10K, finishing in 52:14, while Anne Mudgett was third in 57:19.

On the men's side, Ryan O'Laughlin was second in 46:06, and Erik Ramstad was third in 48:12.

The Running Series continues Saturday with the Emerald Mountain Trail Run.


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