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Finish lines: Faces of the Little Rock Marathon

By Jeff Krupsaw , Steve Rogers

This article was published March 6, 2017 at 2:07 a.m.

Joe Allbritton

HENRI COEME AND MILES COEME

Erin Chan Ding

Ryan Endres

Maria Fletcher

Juan Gonzalez

Michael Hipolito

Robert Kalescky

Angela Kasten

Lisa Keller

Ralph Peterson

Amanda Potts

Jarrod Quinlivan

Brian Roser

CHAD SILKER

Jana Sisson

Lynn Thompson

Becca Wade

Runners race from the start line at Capitol and Scott (left) to the middle of the Main Street Bridge despite a light rain.

Participants splash through puddles while heading east on President Clinton Avenue.

Susan Garrett cheers on a number of passers-by at mile marker 13 on West Markham Street.

Volunteers hand out water at a stand near mile marker 11 at Little Rock Central High School

Tia Stone (center), of Searcy, is met by her children after crossing the fi nish line to win the women’s division.

Several runners fight a stiff headwind and a steep slope along Cantrell Road during the fi nal few miles.

JOE ALLBRITTON, 44

HENRI COEME AND MILES COEME

Erin Chan Ding

Ryan Endres

Maria Fletcher

Juan Gonzalez

Michael Hipolito

Robert Kalescky

Angela Kasten

Lisa Keller

Ralph Peterson

Amanda Potts

Jarrod Quinlivan

Brian Roser

CHAD SILKER

Jana Sisson

Lynn Thompson

Becca Wade

Runners race from the start line at Capitol and Scott (left) to the middle of the Main Street Bridge despite a light rain.

Participants splash through puddles while heading east on President Clinton Avenue.

Susan Garrett cheers on a number of passers-by at mile marker 13 on West Markham Street.

Volunteers hand out water at a stand near mile marker 11 at Little Rock Central High School

Tia Stone (center), of Searcy, is met by her children after crossing the fi nish line to win the women’s division.

Several runners fight a stiff headwind and a steep slope along Cantrell Road during the fi nal few miles.

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