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Air Force pilot, Alamosa runner capture Bolder Boulder citizens races

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Thousands of runners took to the streets for the 37th annual Bolder Boulder on Monday, May 25, 2015.

BOULDER, Colo. — A U.S. Air Force pilot and a runner from Alamosa won the citizens races at the Bolder Boulder on Monday morning.

Ben Payne, 33, of Colorado Springs and Brittni Hutton of Boulder Running Company who trains in Alamosa won the 10,000-meter races.

Thousands of runners took to the streets of Boulder for the 37th annual race on a crisp, sunny morning.

Payne is an Arvada native who raced for Faith Christian Academy in high school and finished din 30 minutes, 40.3 seconds.

Hutton finished in 34 minutes, 31.39 seconds.

The professional races were scheduled to be held later Monday morning.

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