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35th Annual Great Falls Ice Breaker

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The 35th annual Great Falls Icebreaker took place today in Great Falls where over 4,00 people ran the race but it was one Black Eagle man who won two of the races.

Jim Walmsley of Black Eagle won the 5-mile and the 3-mile event. Heather Lieberg was the first female finisher for the 5-mile. Walmsley finished the 5-mile race in 25:14, while Lieberg finished in 28:45.

In the 3-mile run, Walmsley finished with a time of 14:59 and the first female finisher, Jessica Culver of Great Falls, finished in 19:55.
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