Minnetonka had 71 runners among the 8,852 who finished the 26.2-mile 2013 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon on Sunday.
- See above for the full results for Minnetonka runners in the marathon.
Time Snell was fastest among Minnetonka men. The 35-year-old’s time of 2:37:54 was 70th overall, 62nd out of the 4,920 men in the race and fifth among the 708 runners in the men’s 35-39 division.
Saida Lesov was the first Minnetonka woman to cross the finish line. The 39-year-old’s time of 3:35:45 was 1,446th overall, 337th out of the 3,929 women in the race and 74th among the 671 runners in the women’s 35-39 division.
Ralph Douglass, at 58, was the oldest Minnetonka runner to finish. His time of 5:48:06 was 8,670th overall. He was 4,854th among men in the race and 293rd in the men’s 55-59 division.
Arizona resident Nick Arciniaga won the 2013 Twin Cities Marathon men’s race with a time of 2:13:11, according to a StarTribune.com report. Former Minnesota resident Annie Bersagel won the woman’s title with a time of 2:30:52.
The race began near the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis and finished at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul.
Full Minnetonka results are in the spreadsheet above. Some users with mobile browsers may not be able to see the table. Click here if that’s the case for you.