Former Falcon Brian Dumm Places Fifth at Marine Corps Marathon
Nov. 1, 2010
WASHINGTON D.C. - Former Air Force distance runner and current Academy instructor Capt Brian Dumm (Class of 2005) placed fifth at the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday, Oct. 31, in Washington D.C. Clocking a time of 2:29:54 in the 26-mile race, Dumm placed fifth among over 13,200 male runners and fourth among nearly 5,900 military competitors.
The winner of the Air Force Marathon in September, Dumm ran at a pace of 5:43. The Marine Corps Marathon began at Arlington National Cemetery and continued by Key Bridge (5 Mile Mark), Georgetown (9 Mile), the Jefferson Memorial (15 Mile), the World War II Memorial, Korean War Memorial and Lincoln Memorial (16 Mile), the Washington Monument (18 Mile), the U.S. Capitol (19 Mile), and the Pentagon (24 Mile), before concluding at the Marine Corps Memorial.
Dumm's time was fifth overall, fourth among military members and second among runners representing the United States Air Force.
A three-year letterwinner in cross country and a four-year letterwinner in track and field, Dumm was named the Most Valuable Runner for the 2004 cross country team.