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Show Me a Winner
03/08/2011
Pancake Day winner Nicole Showengerdt and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Pancake Day Chairman Ken Thompson with Nicole Showengerdt, Rebecca Rees, Mikayla Knudsen, and Sam Brownback
Nicole Showengerdt Nicole Showengerdt

She was hardly even winded.  And with two cute little children at the finish line to greet her maybe we can understand why.  Twenty-eight year old mother of two Nicole Showengerdt won the 62nd annual International Pancake Day Race in a time of 1:03.41.  Olney's Nicky Stallis ran the English leg of the 415 yard "S" shaped curve in 1:12.  Showengerdt raced to a big lead on Kansas Avenue before the racers made their way to 5th Street.  She won by a wide margin running in between the snow flakes on a 28 degree day in Liberal.  Nicole says it was a thrill to win.  "It feels really good," the first time race winner said.  "I got a little tired at the end, but it was fun."  She says she worked hard for the race.  "I been training for two months now.  I've been doing a lot of weight lifting and cardio.  I've been training every single day."  

Rebecca Rees, a 23 year old student at BYU was second.  She ran the Olney race in 2008.  Mikayla Knudsen, a 21 year old SCCC/ATS student was third after taking second last year.  Liberal has won five straight and 12 of the past 13 races and leads the friendly competition 36-25-1. 

Other race results are as follows:


Men
s Pacer Race
1.     Sheldon White, 27

2.     John Vaught, 34

3.     Brent Evans, 37


Last Chance Race
1.     Deena Fuller

2.     Nancy Duncan

3.     Shirley Scott

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