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Marathon winner sets record in St. Louis.

Marathon winner sets record in St. Louis

Chris Borsa, of Chesterfield, MO, outdistanced a field of more than 6,000 runners on March 16 to capture the 13th Annual Budweiser St. Patrick's Day Parade Run.

Borsa crossed the finish line in the five-mile race in 23 minutes, 27 seconds. Borsa was followed by Darryl Frerker, of Highland, IL, who finished second with a time of 23:46 seconds.

Anita Lutz, of Maplewood, MO, was the first female runner across the line, finishing at 28:40. The runner-up female finisher was Karen Rodgers, of St. Louis, who finished with a time of 30:02.

Proceeds from the Bud Run were used to help defray expenses associated with the St. Louis St. Patrick's Day parade.

PHOTO : MORE THAN 6,000 RUNNERS turned out to compete in the 13th Annual Budweiser St. Patrick's Day Run, held recently in St. Louis. Proceeds from the event went to offset costs incurred by the city's St. Patrick's Day parade.
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Title Annotation:Chris Borsa won in 13th Annual Budweiser St. Patrick's Day Parade Run
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Apr 1, 1991
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