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Olympian sets record in Flying Pig 10K

Hall crosses the finish line. Photo courtesy of Game Day Communications. Hall crosses the finish line. Photo courtesy of Game Day Communications.
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Olympian Ryan Hall headlined the Saturday events at the 2014 Flying Pig Marathon by breaking the record in the Toyota 10K with a time of 30:32.

The American record holder in the half marathon, Hall, 31, from Big Bear Lake, California, led a field of 4,142. Finishing second in the Toyota 10K was Blake Meyer, 19, of Cincinnati (34:04) and third was Paul Odipo, 39, of Nairobi, Kenya (34:23).

In the women's 6.2 mile race, Taryn Surtees, 24 of Cincinnati won with a time of 38:58. In second place was Kaylee Rice, 15 of Liberty Township, OH (39:02) and third was Lauren Dullea, 33 of Cincinnati (39:49).

Total participants in the Toyota 10K were 4,142.

In the Tri-State Running Company 5K, 5,800 participants finished with Brett Frondorf, 20 of Cincinnati winning in a time of 17:57. Odipo finished in second (17:31) followed by Matt Motsinger, 34, (17:32).

Becky Clark, 27, won the women's race in 17:57, some 13 hours after defending her title in Friday's Little Kings Mile that she won in 5:06. Karen Berndt, 30, finished second (19:22) while Melanie Pliskin came in third (19:36).

Tomorrow at 6:30 a.m., the Flying Pig Marathon, Border Energy Half Marathon and 4-person relays go off from Mehring Way at Elm Street.

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