Kyle Dodd and Kenyrik Alexis were the area’s fastest runners in the 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race, Atlanta’s popular Fourth of July foot race.
According to unofficial results posted Wednesday afternoon by the Atlanta Track Club, Dodd, 42, was the fastest among Loganville registrants, finishing 290th overall in a time of 38 minutes, 13 seconds.
Alexis, 45, was Grayson’s fastest, finishing 326th overall in a time of 38:34.
Kenyan Peter Kirui won the 10-kilometer race through Midtown Atlanta with a time of 27:37. Mamitu Chepkurui of Ethiopia was the women’s overall winner in 32:22.
More than 57,000 runners participated in the annual Fourth of July road race.
Other top local finishers
Men: Micah Boyett, 42, Loganville, 38:14; Steve Kuninsky, 34, Loganville, 41:06; John Heffner, 31, Grayson, 44:08; Steve Brown, 51, Loganville, 45:09; Connor Stepps, 15, Grayson, 45:42.
Women: Jenna Schier, 27, Loganville, 48:17; Julie Johnson, 45, Loganville, 49:25; Clarissa Davis, 40, Grayson, 51:38; Suzanne Vogt, 32, Loganville, 51:40; Lissette Mitchell, 46, Grayson, 54:37; Winsome Schoolcraft, 46, Grayson, 57:16
For more results, follow this link to a searchable database on the Atlanta Track Club website.
Note: Times are based on “chip times” and are unofficial. Hometowns listed are based on registration information from participants. If you know of an omission, please let us know in the comments section below.