Records & Results

Holding the crown as northern Minnesota’s oldest road race, the Park Point 5-Miler & 2-Mile Walk starts and finishes near the Park Point Pavilion in Duluth.

A picturesque course sandwiched between the open water of Lake Superior and the Duluth Harbor, this event offers a perfect mid-summer option for runners and walkers alike.

Below are the all-time Park Point 5-Miler race records and winners from each year. NOTE: Some early records are incomplete and our staff is working to retrieve those dating back to 1972.


MEN’S ALL-TIME RECORD HOLDER — steve hoag, 1975 (24:15)

Women’s All-Time Record Holder — jenNIFER houck, 2010 (27:50)


Men’s Winners

2021 – Milton Rotich (25:20)

2020 – Cameron Stocke (27:20)

2019 – Nick Nygaard (26:29)

2018 – Nick Nygaard (25:49)

2017 – Daniel Docherty (24:24)

2016 – Scott Behling (26:14)

2015 – Nick Nygaard (26:34)

2014 – Scott Behling (25:46)

2013 – Alec Olson (25:47)

2012 – Joe Moore (25:05)

2011 – Eric Hartmark (24:53)

2010 – Eric Hartmark (25:16)

2009 – Jeremy Polson (24:42)

2008 – Jeremy Polson (25:45)

2007 – Eric Hartmark (25:17)

2006 – Greg Hexum (25:42)

2005 – Jeremy Polson (25:22)

2004 – Jeremy Polson (24:54)

2003 – Jeremy Polson (24:28)

2002 – Patrick Russell (24:23)

2001 – Jason Massman (25:24)

2000 – Jason Massman (25:03)

1999 – James Mullenix (25:25)

1998 – Dan Carlson (25:27)

1997 – James Mullenix (25:51)

1996 – Nicholas Matack (26:20)

1995 – Dave House (25:04)

1994 – Tim Stratioti (25:45)

1993 – Tim Stratioti (25:39)

1992 – Dave Avenson (25:09)

1991 – Tim Stratioti (25:11)

1990 – Dave Avenson (25:18)

1989 – Bill Kreznoski (25:37)

1988 – Gene Niemi (26:14)

1987 – Jarrow Wahman (25:26)

1986 – John Wodny (25:07)

1985 – Lee Kantonen (25:08)

1984 – Jarrow Wahman (25:14)

1983 – Ron Wolfe (25:04)

1982 – Randy Shelerud (25:27)

1981 – Dan Conway (25:06)

1980 – Scott Gidding (25:43)

1979 – Dave Wicker (25:49)

1978 – Al Zetterlund (24:33)

1977 – N/A

1976 – Chuck Barrows (24:37)

1975 – Steve Hoag (24:15)

1974 – Scott Sundquist (24:53)

1973 – Tom Konczak (N/A)

1972 – Scott Sundquist (24:52)

Women’s Winners

2021 – Julia Nielsen (31:15)

2020 – Melissa Gacek (31:01)

2019 – Clare Kazmierczak (34:04)

2018 – Kim Krezonoski (30:34)

2017 – McKenzie Holt (31:29)

2016 – McKenzie Holt (31:27)

2015 – Monica Stockhecke (29:05)

2014 – Amanda Boman (30:10)

2013 – Katie McGee (32:08)

2012 – Katie Koski (29:47)

2011 – Serena Sullivan (31:14)

2010 – Jennifer Houck (27:50)

2009 – Jennifer Houck (28:30)

2008 – Jennifer Houck (29:11)

2007 – Deb Gromley (31:19)

2006 – Marlo McGaver (30:07)

2005 – Bree Ray (30:35)

2004 – Katie Koski (29:16)

2003 – Jeanne Fleck (31:45)

2002 – Krista Anderson (33:05)

2001 – Sonya Anderson (30:46)

2000 – Katie Koski (29:00)

1999 – Krista Anderson (32:34)

1998 – Kari Beasley (30:04)

1997 – Kari Beasley (28:36)

1996 – Amy Hill (32:19)

1995 – Katie McGee (29:14)

1994 – Katie McGee (28:55)

1993 – Jill Anderson (29:32)

1992 – Patrice Allen (30:25)

1991 – Kari Beasley (29:12)

1990 – Kari Beasley (30:29)

1989 – Robin Tedlund (31:50)

1988 – Patricia Hageman (30:44)

1987 – Christine Hardman (29:48)

1986 – N/A

1985 – Jayne Dusich (31:12)

1984 – Sharon Ollenburger (31:11)

1983 – Julie Wicker (31:22)

1982 – Anne Brtek (32:56)

1981 – Kim Vinje (30:10)

1980 – N/A

1979 – Evelyn McLean (N/A)

1978 – Peggy Saracini (32:48)

1977 – N/A

1976 – Pat Smith (41:04)

1975 – N/A

1974 – N/A

1973 – N/A

1972 – N/A