Del Mar man wins age division, finishes fourth overall in La Jolla Half Marathon

By Karen Billing

Kevin Zimmer, 51, of Del Mar was fourth overall finisher in the La Jolla Half Marathon on April 27. With a time of 1:20:06, Zimmer placed first in the 50-54 men’s age group. Also placing first in her age group was 15-year-old Sophia Gamboa of Rancho Santa Fe, who won the 1-17 women’s division.

Other top local finishers included Robert Fanjas of Carmel Valley, who finished in second place in the 50-54 men’s age group and Solana Beach’s Maj Rundlett, who was third in the 45-49 female division.

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