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2006 BolderBOULDER

Sara Slattery (#2), 24, of Lafayette, Co. grits out the last couple hundred of feet to the finish line to win the Women's International Team Race at the 2006 Celestial Seasonings BolderBOULDER 10k on Memorial Day May 29, 2006 in Boulder, Co. Slattery was a two-time Individual and two-time Team NCAA title winner while running at the University of Colorado. The event is the 2nd largest running race in the USA and the 6th largest in the world. The race attracts up to 50,000 runners, walkers, and wheelchair racers, and draws professional racing teams from all over the world to compete for the largest non-marathon prize purse in road racing..(MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ Names taken off official start lists

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Sara Slattery (#2), 24, of Lafayette, Co. grits out the last couple hundred of feet to the finish line to win the Women's International Team Race at the 2006 Celestial Seasonings BolderBOULDER 10k on Memorial Day May 29, 2006 in Boulder, Co. Slattery was a two-time Individual and two-time Team NCAA title winner while running at the University of Colorado. The event is the 2nd largest running race in the USA and the 6th largest in the world. The race attracts up to 50,000 runners, walkers, and wheelchair racers, and draws professional racing teams from all over the world to compete for the largest non-marathon prize purse in road racing..(MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ Names taken off official start lists