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Scott Dahlberg wins inaugural Pikes Peak High-Altitude Mile

The Boulder Running Company runners had a big day at the inaugural Pikes Peak High-Altitude Mile. BRC's Scott Dahlberg, who grew up in Peyton,covered the distance 4 minutes, 48 seconds on the summit of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak. Kenyan born Sammy Kiplagat was second in 4:49.71, while his countryman Leonard Korir finished third in 4:51.93. Dey Dey, winner of the Bristol Mile, was fourth, followed by Neil McDonagh of Manitou and Alex Nichols of Colorado Springs.

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