Alana Hadley, 17, broke the course record (set last year by 4-time Olympian Colleen De Reuck.) Hadley's winning time of 2:38:34, beat her own personal best three minutes. She led three other women to Olympic Trials Qualifiers, making that the most number of Olympic Trials Qualifiers in our women's marathon history. Hadley's time is the second fastest USA marathon mark of all time in the 16-17 age category. Alana has partnered with Autism Society of Indiana and will donate a portion of her prize purse.
A world record by Hailey Danisewicz (Chicago, IL) for female above-knee amputees in 4:25:28
A single age world record (currently undergoing verification process) by 92 year old Mike Fremont (Cincinnati, OH) in the half marathon with a time of 3:19:30
A thrilling come from behind victory for Michael Eaton (Louisville, KY) in the men's marathon, winning in 2:19:49
A new course record in the women's half marathon by Alisha Williams (Colorado Springs, CO) in 1:12:39 - in another field of four Olympic trials qualifiers.
Two men qualified for the Olympic Trials from the half marathon as well, which was won by Tom Anderson (Indianapolis, IN) in 1:04:27.