Brett Winegar finishes first in Beat Brackett run

The wristband given to those runners who actually finished ahead of "George Brackett" in Saturday's race. (Photo by Larry Vogel)
The wristband given to those who  finished ahead of the runner assigned to represent George Brackett in Saturday’s race. (Photo by Larry Vogel)

Brett Winegar, running in the male age 30-39 category, came in first in the Beat Brackett 5K run Saturday, which drew 445 participants as part of the Edmonds Kind of Fourth of July festivities. Winegar finished the course with a time of 16:23.

Finishing second at 16:51 was Sam McCloughan in the male 13-19 age and third was Christopher Kratz, male 20-29, at 17:38.

The top female finisher was Olivia Meader Yetter, in the 13-19 age group, at 19:03.

You can see all race results here.

2 Replies to “Brett Winegar finishes first in Beat Brackett run”

  1. The race drew 565 registered participants, plus and additional 50 who ran without registering. Only 445 runners/walkers crossed the finish line before the timing stopped and the Children’s Parade began. Thank you to everyone who came out to run and walk.

    Proceeds from the run help to find the 4th of July festivities and other community events the Chamber produces.

    See you next year!


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