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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Photo: Bauers in front at Langlauf

Brad Bauer of Seattle, middle, bides his time behind James Rucker of Whitefish, Mont., in the first few minutes of the 35th annnual Spokane Langlauf 10-kilometer cross-country ski race at Mount Spokane State Park. Bauer, 39, soon broke away to win the 10-kilometer classic event in 26:19, four minutes ahead of second-place Rucker and the field of 244 racers. Deb Bauer of Spokane led the women in 32:20, beating runner-up Grace Ford of Spokane.  See results on page B4 and a photo gallery from the race online at www.spokesman.com/ blogs/outdoors. (Rich Landers)
Brad Bauer of Seattle, middle, bides his time behind James Rucker of Whitefish, Mont., in the first few minutes of the 35th annnual Spokane Langlauf 10-kilometer cross-country ski race at Mount Spokane State Park. Bauer, 39, soon broke away to win the 10-kilometer classic event in 26:19, four minutes ahead of second-place Rucker and the field of 244 racers. Deb Bauer of Spokane led the women in 32:20, beating runner-up Grace Ford of Spokane.  See results on page B4 and a photo gallery from the race online at www.spokesman.com/ blogs/outdoors. (Rich Landers)
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