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For the second year in a row, Becky Clark won the Little Kings Mile, Part of the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Friday evening.
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CINCINNATI -- For the second year in a row, Becky Clark won the Little Kings Mile, Part of the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Friday evening.
The Little Kings Mile, included in the Christian Moerlein Beer Series, runs from the Over-The-Rhine Brewery District to the riverfront.
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In the 2014 dash, 27-year-old Clark was the first of 1,271 participants to cross the finish line, at a time of 5:04, according to Betsy Ross, spokeswoman for the Flying Pig Marathon.
Behind Clark was 25-year-old Katie Lenahan, a Cincinnati native. Finishing third was 14-year-old Olivia Cannaughton, a freshman at Walnut Hills High School.
The first man across the finish line was 26-year-old Jacob Edwards, at 4:19. He was followed by 27-year-old Drake Sterling, and third place went to 25-year-old Derek Bischak, both of Indianapolis.
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