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2015 Steamboat Marathon: By the numbers

Richard Powell celebrates his win Sunday in the Steamboat Marathon.
Joel Reichenberger

3 — Richard Powell won the men’s marathon with a particularly impressive time, 2:37:13. It was the third-fastest time since 2000, and 16 minutes faster than 2014’s champ. Time wise, it placed him right in with Jason Saitta, who won the race eight times between 2000 and 2009.

Men’s fastest times, since 2000

  1. Jason Saitta, 2009, 2:35:42
  2. Jason Saitta, 2008, 2:36:02
  3. Richard Powell, 2015, 2:37:13
  4. Jason Saitta, 2006, 2:37:49
  5. Jason Saitta, 2007, 2:38:08

8 — Women’s champ Heather Pietrykowski’s time of 3:13:19 was eighth best since 2000.



Women’s fastest times, since 2000

  1. Kelly Carlson, 2003, 3:01:51
  2. Noelle Green, 2009, 3:02:10
  3. Kelly Carlson, 2002, 3:02:41
  4. Amy Shelley, 2005, 3:07:06
  5. Amy Schneider, 2011, 3:10:09
  6. Callie Bradley, 2013, 3:10:35
  7. Callie Bradley, 2012, 3:13:14
  8. Heather Pietrykowski, 2015, 3:13:19

1,589 — There were 1,589 finishers at this year’s event, which continues a growth trend started last summer. There were 27 more marathon finishers than a year ago, 255 to 228, and 78 more 10K finishers, 445 to 367. Two fewer runners finished the half marathon, 886 to 888.



2015 — 1,589 finishers

2014 — 1,483

2013 — 1,370

2012 — 1,406

2011 — 1,661

2010 — 1,724

2009 — 1773

2008 — 1,657

2007 — 1,756

2006 — 1,638

2005 — 1,589

2004 — 1,619


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