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Vic's Reports

Vic Armijo is a veteran RAAM Journalist and covers the front of the race in Media 1
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The Seana Hogan Award is presented each year to the fastest solo female finisher. This year’s award went to women’s under 50 solo winner Nicole Reist. Who better to present it to her than Seana Hogan herself? Reist completed RAAM in 11 days, 14 hours and 25 minutes, averaging 11.02 mph.

RALPH “DIZZY” DISEVISCOURT: King of the Prairies and of the Mountains

Rookie of the Year — Given annually to the fastest solo racers, male or female, racing their first RAAM.

Rookie of the Year — Given annually to the fastest solo racers, male or female, racing their first RAAM.

At the third awards banquet on Monday, Nicole Reist was presented with the Queen of the Mountains prize. This prize is awarded each year to the solo female with the lowest cumulative time over three predetermined sections that feature considerable altitude gain.

Seana Hogan’s record-breaking crew at the finish on City Dock (just before they went out to get pancakes). “Their personalities are all so different and we all just clicked together. We had a blast! It was fun!”

They are, left to right: Jeff Hughes, Andre Richison, Audrey Thomaston, (Seana Hogan), Duane Ball, Daniel Fisser, Amit Samarth, Austin Enright, Pat Enright, Vivitt Walve and Tony Goodnight.

When 57 year old Seana Hogan rolled onto City Dock here in Annapolis at sunrise this morning, she achieved many things. By finishing this year’s 3,069 miles in a time of 12 days, 13 hours, 25 minutes,

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