U.S. Olympic marathoner Ed Eyestone outkicked Mark Curp by 6 seconds to win the men's division of the 12th annual 10-mile Crim Road Race in 46 minutes, 22 seconds on Saturday. Eyestone, 25, of Orem, ran shoulder-to-shoulder with Curp until the final 400 yards, when he sprinted to victory.

"It was a real dogfight between Mark and me," said Eyestone, who won the race in 1986. "When I hit the bricks (on the final stretch), I surged at the right time to go past him."