FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The 2018 Midnight Sun Run had a successful time over the weekend with 3,113 competitors taking on the 10K course under the hot sun.
And one school had two runners finish in the top 3 for the female division.
The West Valley Wolfpack saw Kendall Kramer and Faith Widman take 2 of the top 3 spots, with Kramer claiming first in the female division.
Kramer did so behind a fantastic finish, beating the course in 38 minutes and 12 seconds, conquering the jewel of the summer by 40 seconds over second place.
Kramer who is about to enter her junior year with the Wolfpack has been a dominating figure in the athletic world.
Kramer has been on a tear through multiple platforms, through cross country, skiing events, and running club north competitions.
And Kramer now can claim the Midnight Sun Run title in her impressive resume.
And with her family's history in her blood, she can only look to her roots and why it carries her.
"Well, I know that my mom is the race director for this and my dad's really well a couple of times so I was thinking like it's just kind of in me, just do this, it was really cool, and I'm sure she likes it now." said Kramer.
Kramer now prepares for her junior season at West Valley, with her career trajectory sky-rocketing.
And who knows where she'll end up in a few years running for a college team.