The 25th Annual Santa Claus Half Marathon was Won by Dominant Rick Lader

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 25th annual Santa Claus Half Marathon took place this past Saturday, and boy where there plenty of storylines to latch on to.
You have Rick Lader, who has been one of the dominant runners this summer claiming titles left and right.
Lader claimed first blowing the competition away by 14 minutes, winning in 1 hour, 12 minutes and 53 seconds.
In second, it was Mitch Haynes.
And for the bronze, that went to Kenny Bartlett.
For the women's division, and according to their records, was one by a teenager for the first time ever.
Faith Widman, who is heading off to Oregon Tech this Fall, claimed the gold with a run of 1 hour, 30 minutes and 55 seconds in her first time ever running the race.
For the silver, that went to Erika Burr.
And third went to Anna Merrill.