Fryer wins Longest Day 10K

Courtesy photo: Checking his time en route to a first-place finish in the Longest Day 10K on Saturday is Tim Fryer, 40, of Hendricks, Minnesota. His winning time was 36 minutes, 40 seconds.

BROOKINGS – For the third year in a row, Tim Fryer and Trevor Hinderaker finished 1-2 in the Longest Day 10K at Fishback Soccer Complex.

Fryer, 40, of Hendricks, Minnesota, ran the 6.2-mile course in 36 minutes, 40 seconds – by far the fastest of his three victories.

Hinderaker, 22, of Astoria, also improved upon his time, finishing in 38:05.

The women’s division was won by Lisa Kolda, 41, of Sioux Falls. She finished seventh overall with a time of 46:15.

Saturday’s race was held at 8 a.m., a switch from past years, when it was held in the evening, usually at the close of a hot, humid day. 

The Prairie Striders event attracted 29 individual runners plus four relay teams.

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