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Including Multi-Sports Events, Ultra Running, and Racewalking February 2017
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On the Cover: Todd Parsons (#761) and Katie Maehlmann (617) lead a pace team, including Edward Lomicka (#600), John Emanuelson (#1157), and David Lane (#1180) at the Rocket City Marathon on Dec. 10 in Huntsville, AL. See story page 16. Photo by FinisherPix
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Features Olympic Medalist Emma Coburn to Run Birmingham Wine 10K . . .4 Rocket City Marathon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Grand Prix Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Columns Women’s Running, Carolyn Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 This Running Life, Teri Saylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Running Psychology, Richard Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Inspired Daily, Rae Ann Darling Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Distance Memories, Scott Ludwig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Down the Road, Cedric Jaggers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 After the Run, Mary Marcia Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Running Through the Bluegrass, Tracy Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 The Athlete’s Kitchen, Nancy Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Learning from the Young Guns, Ryan Warrenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Race Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 39th Annual Running Journal Grand 45-49 Prix Schedule August 26 November 20 December 10 January 7 January 29 March 4 March 12 May 29
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Grand Prix rules Grand Prix points will only be awarded to runners residing in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida,Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC, at the time of the competition. Double Grand Prix points will be awarded at the Rocket City Marathon in Huntsville, AL. In each half marathon, 25 bonus points will be awarded to each runner scoring in that race. Awards will be presented to the top 3 overall male and female finishers, top 3 male and female masters, grand masters, senior grandmasters, and veterans. Points will be awarded in each race as follows: -- Top 20 males and females overall. -- Top 8 male and female masters (40-49), grand masters (50-59) senior grand masters (60-69), and veterans (70-over)
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Two Bits Of Advice For 2017 This month I have decided to address two different issues. The first is for my female runners and is something we should always be aware of despite our apparent fitness. The second is a reminder to treat yourself regularly. None of us are immune to having a heart attack and women may experience symptoms not generally associated with a heart attack. Being cognizant of these symptoms could save your life. Although women may experience extreme chest pain during a heart attack, not all women who have a heart attack get this intense feeling. Some experience only mild chest pain or an uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, or fullness in their chest. Others might not have chest pain at all. In fact, many women may experience the following signals instead of (or in addition to) chest pain: 1. Shortness of breath 2. Breaking out in a cold sweat 3. Nausea, indigestion, or vomiting 4. Dizziness or feeling faint 5. Headache 6. Pain or discomfort in the upper body - such as in one or both arms, the neck, stomach, back, or jaw Women are slightly more likely than men to experience these atypical symptoms during a heart attack, especially nausea or vomiting, back or jaw pain, and shortness of breath. African-American women tend to report having these heart attack signs more often than both Caucasian women and men. If you or someone you love experiences these symptoms, call 911 immediately. Do not hesitate. EMT's are trained to begin lifesaving treatment immediately. Receiving treatment for a heart attack within one hour can greatly increase the chances for survival and a full recovery. Unfortunately running does not totally protect us from heart problems, so always be aware and do not shrug off unusual symptoms. On a lighter note, hundreds of years ago, Europeans thought chocolate could strengthen the heart. It appears that there is some truth to this belief. Chocolate does more than taste good. It also contains nutrients called flavonoids that have many heart healthy benefits. Flavonoids also are found in apples, onions, tea, and red wine. Chocolate may improve heart health in a variety of ways. Flavonoids found in cocoa may lessen the blood's ability to form dangerous clots, which can lead to
By Carolyn Mather, RN, PhD.
heart attacks. In addition, chocolate contains plenty of minerals, such as copper, potassium, and magnesium. These three minerals are important for a healthy heart and blood vessels. One of the fats in chocolate is oleic acid, which is found in olive oil. This monounsaturated fat has been shown to boost heart health. If this sweet news tempts you to have some chocolate, here are a few suggestions on how to enjoy this treat, bite for bite: • Enjoy chocolate on an empty stomach. That's when it tastes best. I tried this and it is amazing. • Do not keep chocolate in the refrigerator or freezer. It's tastiest when it's at a temperature of between 66 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit. • But you must remember, the key is moderation. Despite its cardiovascular benefits, chocolate is loaded with calories. Try satisfying yourself with a few pieces or a mini chocolate bar. • Choose dark chocolate, which typically contains more flavonoids and minerals than milk chocolate. The main point of this entire article is to promote your awareness. It is additionally of great importance to reward yourself with a few nice chocolate treats. Life is too short to not do what is best for you. Here's to a new year filled with health and happiness and lots of good runs!! Carolyn Mather,R.N.,PhD. lives and runs in north Georgia and is a member of the Atlanta Track Club Elite. She can be reached at email@example.com.
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This Running Life Sublime to Ridiculous: Setting Records Part of Fun For the last two summers, troupes of fashionable Raleigh, NC runners have jogged, high-stepped, shuffled and done whatever it took under blazing summer skies to break the Guinness World Record for the most runners to complete a 1K run wearing flip flops. National Flip Flop Day, held on the third Friday in June, provides the perfect backdrop for the popular event, which has broken the world record two years in a row, in 2015 and 2016. It is sponsored by the popular Nog Run Club in Raleigh. Sadly, last year, a feisty group in Spain nudged the Nog Club's 809-runner world record off of the leader board, when a gang of 845 swimsuit-clad runners took to the beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria on September 25. Sore toes notwithstanding, attempting a short run in a pair of thongs is heaps of fun and makes you feel like a kid again. Setting or even breaking a Guinness World Record is a blast. The next North Carolina attempt to reclaim the flip flop record will be on June 10 in Cary. Virginia Beach, VA got in on the action last Christmas, hosting the Surf n Santa 5miler, which broke the Guinness World Record for the largest Santa Run in the world when 5,025 runners dressed in Santa suits turned out for the event. The sports world is full of records just
99 age group.
By Teri Saylor
waiting to be broken, and during the last Olympic year, I sat, all agog in front of my TV, absorbing thrill after thrill watching new athletes shatter old records. But great athletic record-setting isn't limited to Olympians, so to keep my excitement going all year long, I spent some time doing research to ferret out Olympic running records and other amazing feats by everyday athletes of all ages. Here are some records set in 2016. April: At the golden age of 100, Ida Keeling of New York City thrilled race fans by becoming the oldest runner ever to compete in the 100-meter dash at the Penn Relays on April 30. She set a world record by finishing in 1:17.53, adding this accomplishment to the 60-meter record at 29.86 she holds among runners in the 95-
August: During the Summer Olympic Games in Rio, Wayde van NieKerk of South Africa ran 400 meters in 43.03 seconds to claim both the world and Olympic records. Almaz Ayana of Kenya broke the women's 10K world and Olympic records, finishing in 29:17.45. While Gwen Jorgensen's Olympic triathlon win in 1:56.16 wasn't a recordbreaker, it did mark the first time an American has won the women's triathlon since it became a Summer Olympic sport in 2000. September: Karl “Speedgoat” Meltzer celebrated his new Appalachian Trail record, (beating Scott Jurek's previous record), when he hiked the entire trail, starting in Maine on August 3 and finishing in Georgia on September 18, after covering 2,190 miles over 14 states in 45 days, 22 hours and 38 minutes. Pete Kostelnick, 29, broke the record for a 3,067-mile trans-continental run, starting at the San Francisco City Hall on September 12 and finishing at the New York City Hall 42 days, 6 hours and 30 minutes later on October 24. October: On October 21-22, 77-year-old Doyle Carpenter of Thorn Hill, Tenn., ran 149 miles in 48 hours to win the Endless Mile Ultramarathon in Alabaster, Ala., becoming the oldest man to win a 48-hour race. Ed Whitlock, 85, of Milton, Ontario, set a new world record for marathon running in the 85-89 age group when he finished the Toronto Waterfront Marathon in 3:56.32 on October 17. Earlier in the year, Whitlock set a half-marathon world record when he crossed the Waterloo, Ontario Half Marathon in 1:50.47. In 2003, at the age of 72, he was the first person over 70 to run a marathon in less than three hours, finishing the Toronto Waterfront Marathon in 2:59.10.
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Last summer, 809 runners showed up in Cary, N.C. to break the record for the world's largest flip flop run. The run was sponsored by the Nog Run Club of Raleigh. A team in Spain challenged the record and beat it by less than 40 runners. The Nog Club is roaring back in 2017 with another flip flop run scheduled June 10. Photo by Nog Run Club
November: In New York City last November, Ghirmay Ghebreslassie, 20, of Eritrea, became the youngest-ever winner of the New York City Marathon, and his 2:07:51 finish was the fifth fastest winning time in the 46-year history of the marathon.
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Running Psychology It's the Process When you go to a race, the event becomes a means by which to produce some type of product, i.e. performance, from a great deal of process, i.e. training. Since racing may represent some product, many runners experience internal pressure to make the product come out really well, i.e. run fast, set a PR etc. However, selfawareness of this pressure to perform and produce a really good product may actually serve to reduce the quality of the product. By focusing too much on the outcome, or product, you can actually view it as a concentration issue. To produce any product there must be a process to get you to the product and if you forget the process and think too much about the product, the process will break down and a poor product may be produced. It's like baking a cake; get in a hurry to get the cake done and don't follow the recipe and you risk coming out with a fallen, dry, bad tasting cake. Too much focus on just getting to the outcome without sticking to the process can lead to problems in many aspects of life. And so it is with running. In many cases runners will have problems staying with the process when things don't go exactly as they have planned, either in training or in racing. If training isn't going well or you feel bad in a race you should probably remind yourself to be patient and relax. In other words, just stay with the process. But instead, you may tell yourself that things are not going well, what you're doing is not working and you're going to perform poorly. In the course of training such thinking can lead to abandoning training programs, inappropriate changes in training and even overtraining or training cessation. By exhibiting self-doubt in the process you may actually be showing signs of low levels of confidence. When confidence is low and thoughts turn towards doubt and feelings of failure a spiral begins to form in which frustration and distractions feed upon previous frustrations and distractions. It is during these times that you must move away from thinking about the product and focus on the process. To put it in running terms, it means to forget about how you think you will finish and think about running in the present or what is going on at the present moment. As well-known psychology and motivational writer Louise Hay said, “the point of power is always the present moment. The future cannot be controlled and the past cannot be erased”. Thinking about the outcome of a race
By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.
during training can sometimes be a positive in terms of motivation. When a runner exhibits self-talk like: “if I train hard that PR is mine” or “by doing these long runs I'll be able to run fast enough to qualify for Boston,” motivation is enhanced by the vision of success. Almost every runner needs this vision to get them through difficult training periods. The key though is to be sure to stick with your training plan. However, once competition begins focusing on the outcome can actually become a negative distraction. When you begin to think about just how important a race is or what can be won or lost at the end of the race, then concentration and physical problems may present themselves and interfere with actual run-
www.running.net ning performance. In other words, you may begin to focus too much on the result and not the process of getting the result. When you begin to think about a race and interpret it as being really important or you begin to focus too much on the result while actually running the race, performance may suffer. Anxiety can result, and you begin to tighten up, both physically and mentally. Many times performance suffers and you perform below your expectations, even though you were well prepared. Many people refer to this phenomenon as choking. In reality, choking is really a concentration problem where an athlete focuses too much on the product and not the process. They get all tied up thinking about the ramifications of the outcome To run your best, it's very important to be able to recognize during a race when you're placing too much importance on the outcome and too much pressure on yourself. So instead of thinking about the outcome of your race, try working to develop thoughts about the process. For example, think about an aspect of your form, like keeping your arms relaxed, maintaining good posture and running form, or keeping a smooth rhythm with your stride. These types of thoughts are called process cues because they have to do with the actual performance of running and not the outcome of the race. Process cues can help you better focus in the present and become a more mindful runner, both in training and competition. When focusing on process cues and not
the outcome you will find process thinking will become a dominant habit and, as a result, the outcome of the race will take care of itself. Through focusing on the process, the running product can actually be improved. With the improved performance comes enhanced confidence and a desire to set challenging goals in your running. A long term goal, such as finishing a marathon or running a new personal best, can be considered an outcome, but short term goals should be what will drive the process of how you will reach your long term goal. So your daily and weekly running goals actually form a process for achieving your long term goal. There is no question that to reach any major goal some process must be involved. In reality the process would be your training plan. On the other hand, focusing only on the outcome without having thought about the process will probably result in disappointment and frustration. Work to become more process oriented and the race results will simply fall into place. When race day rolls around your process will allow you to achieve your desired running product! So always remember that process leads to product. Richard Ferguson is Chair of the Physical Education, Wellness, and Sport Science Department of Averett University and is an AASP Certified SportPsycology Consultant. He may be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Olympic Medalist Emma Coburn to Run Birmingham Wine 10K BIRMINGHAM, Alabama The National Center for Sports Safety announced that Rio Olympic bronze medalist Emma Coburn will be running in the Birmingham Wine 10K on March 11. Coburn will be running in the race pacing a group of race participants. She will also attend the post-race party festivities to meet race participants and distribute awards. In Rio, Coburn became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in the 3,000-
meter steeplechase, earning a bronze medal with a new American record of 9:07.63. Coburn is passionate about helping young athletes and inspiring runners to work hard and do their best. Her continuous work through youth sports camps around the world is a natural fit for the National Center for Sports Safety (NCSS), which promotes safety on and off the playing field for all youth sports. “We are excited to have Emma in Birmingham and to have her at the 2017 Wine 10K,” said
NCSS Executive Director Joseph Longoria. “We contacted Emma just weeks after the Rio Olympics while in Zurich, where she was conducting a running camp for local youth runners. Her interest in our mission and the Wine 10K was immediate.” Coburn said she is "always inspired by kids who love sports and are active. I look forward to visiting Birmingham and supporting youth sports safety through the work and mission of NCSS and running in the Wine10K.” After attending high school at Crested Butte Community School in Colorado, Coburn attended the University of Colorado, where she would become an NCAA champion in the 3000-meter steeplechase. In 2012, following her collegiate career, Coburn qualified for the 2012 Olympic Team and finished ninth at the Olympic games in London. She currently holds the fastest time ever recorded by an American woman in the 3000meter steeplechase with her Rio bronze medal time of 9:07.63. “The running community will be very excited for this opportunity,” Longoria said. “We hope everyone will come out and give a big Magic City welcome to a great Olympian and a great person.” To run with Emma Coburn, go to www.wine10K.com to register.
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Inspired Daily It is Possible to Literally Be Inspired Daily? I am very fortunate to have been part of the Brooks Inspire Daily (I.D.) Program since 2010. Each year I eagerly look forward to the renewal process and receiving that acceptance email. The mission of the Brooks I.D. Program is to inspire people to run and be active. Through coaching adults and high school runners, my own running and racing, writing, and working as a Fit Expert at Fleet Feet Sports, I have taken that mission to heart. Each day I try to inspire others and help them achieve their goals. But what I have found is that I am the one who is inspired by all the lives that touch mine through running. When I am having a rough day, I simply look at the people in my life for that uplifting inspiration. The high school runners I coach in both cross country and track are a constant source of inspiration as I watch them set goals, work towards them, celebrate the success of achieving those goals, and also learn from the failures. I see their joy when they break through barriers they never thought they could such as running 8 or 10 miles for the first time in their lives or completing their first half marathon. I currently have two girls and one boy training for their first half marathons dur-
By Rae Ann Darling Reed
ing their break between cross country and track seasons. This goal race is helping keep them on track with their training during what is normally a very unstructred time for them. Their motivation and excitement levels are high as they log their miles and learn how to drink on the run and practice mid-race nutrition. The two girls who are training for the Sarasota Music Half Marathon, Raquel and Alison, are the two fastest girls on our team. This is the first time since I began coaching at Manatee High back in 2003 that I have had two girls who are now faster than I am. They are both knocking on our 5K school record and have run under 20:00 more times than any other girl in the history of our school. They both just missed going to State (we are in a very tough Region) so my
Raquel Lespasio and Alison Ecker - Fastest Girls in Manatee County
husband and I took them to the USATF Junior Olympics XC Regional Meet in Tallahassee where they both qualified for Nationals. They opted to skip Nationals, take their post cross country season break, and focus on getting their miles in for the half marathon, which is also their base training for the upcoming track and field season. They received the Bill O'Brien Outstanding Manatee County Runner CoAward, earned their varsity letters - third year for Raque,l who is a junior, and fourth year for Alison, who is a senior and team captain, plus MVP (Raquel) and Coach's Award (Alison). Then Raquel was selected by the Bradenton Herald as the Top All Area Cross Country Athlete. Inspiration overflows this season! I share their success with the other members of the team and hope to inspire the younger runners who are just starting out by letting them know that both Alison and Raquel started out exactly where they are. In high school is when the love of running develops and I hope to show them all sides - competitive to recreational - so that they continue to run long into their adult lives. And then I run into some of my former runners and I hear how they have continued to run. Some have enjoyed half marathons, some have completed their first marathons, one ran New York Marathon without telling anyone until after she completed it, another has qualified for and will run her first Boston Marathon in 2017 (I am excited to be there for that!), one in particular is winning local races left and right, others work in run specialty, and a few are now coaching high school cross country and track (just can't stop smiling about this one!). It is so rewarding, so inspiring to see these amazing young women, who are now adults, passing the torch, sharing their love of running with family, friends, co-workers, and the high school runners they now coach. Inspired Daily! Rae Ann Darling Reed runs, coaches, and writes in Florida. She is an RRCA and USATF Level 2 certified running coach and part of the Brooks Inspire Daily program. Rae Ann is a Fit Expert at Fleet Feet Sports Sarasota and coaches cross country and track at Manatee High School. Follow the RunnerGirl's adventures on twitter @runnergirl or facebook.com/runnergirl
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Distance Memories 62* … The Streak Will End This Year I can see by the look on your face you’re confused by the title of this story. Baseball aficionados may be thinking it’s a reference to me hitting 62 home runs in a 154-game season of major league baseball; you know, similar to how Roger Maris’ home run total in 1961 is frequently notated (61*). If that’s the case you would be sadly mistaken. Following is a summary of my entire baseball career. See for yourself: I played organized baseball for one season. It was the summer of 1966, the longest summer of my life. I was 11 years old and played right field for the Douglasville (Rhode Island) Wolves. Each game consisted of me standing in right field for four or five minutes, then sitting on the bench for four or five minutes for seven innings and two or three times a game grabbing a bat and standing at home plate trying not to get hit by a 55mile per hour pitch thrown by another 11year old with absolutely no business whatsoever throwing a baseball in my general vicinity. As you might infer, I never hit 62 home runs in a season. But I have run 62 miles. Many times, actually. And NOT ONCE did I have to dodge a baseball coming at me at 55 miles per hour. A beer bottle thrown at my head by a driver obviously under the influence maybe, but never have I had to dodge a fastball while out for a run. Enough about my baseball career; let me get back to the title and explain what it means. For all 38 calendar years (1979 – 2016) I have completed during my consecutivedays running streak I have averaged at least as many miles per week as the age I reached during that year. But that streak will end in 2017. I’m certain of it. 2016 was difficult, to say the least. A heart attack on July 20 put a serious dent in my mileage. Somehow I managed to put in enough time on the asphalt the last four months of the year to finish with an average of 62 miles a week for 2016. I turned 62 on December 10. By December 31 I was so tired that I didn’t do what I normally do on the first day of a new year: Run lots of miles (I stopped at 8). So to suggest that I can average 63 miles a week—9 miles a day— in 2017 seems a bit far-fetched. I verified my running logs to doublecheck my statement of having averaged at least as many miles per week as my age in any given calendar year. I even asked
By Scott Ludwig
Ernst and Young to count behind me (they refused; they didn’t actually ‘refuse’ but rather quoted a price to do it that was way out of my ballpark—HEY LOOK A BASEBALL REFERENCE!). But after double-checking here’s a few interesting things I ran (HEY LOOK A RUNNING/NUMBER PUN!) across: 1980 – My lowest weekly mileage ever (34), the result of a knee injury that was so painful I submitted to a cortisone shot that was even more painful than the knee injury itself. I ran one hour after the injection after the doctor instructed me to not run for a couple of days. It was one of the worst decisions of my running career (getting the injection, not running after I was told not to). 1985 – The only other time I averaged 63 miles a week in a year. I turned 31 that year. To put that into perspective that was over 50% of my life ago. 1986 – I averaged 73 miles a week for the year. I ran my marathon PR in January of 1987. When I’m asked how many miles someone training for a marathon should run, I always tell them 73. Now you know why. (Footnote: I was 32 years old when I ran my marathon PR, which according to legend is the ‘prime age’ of a marathoner. Maybe legend has it right.) 1994 – I averaged 89 miles a week for the year. It was the year I started running with Valerie Howard and Al Barker. This kind of mileage would continue for almost two decades. They are both to blame (Don’t let them tell you anything different). 1998 – I averaged 104 miles a week for the year, my most ever. I ended the year with a win at the Tallahassee Ultra Distance Classic 50K in one of the best races I’ve ever run. I’m convinced even now I could have continued the pace I ran that day (7:14 per mile) for another 19 miles and won the 50-mile version of the race that day. I turned 44 that year so my weekly mileage ‘exceeded’ my age by 60, my all-time high.
www.running.net 2006 – I averaged 92 miles a week for the year. But that’s not why I mention it; rather because for the last 13 years (1994 through 2006) I averaged 91 miles a week—or 13 miles (a half marathon) per day. 2015 – I turned 61 that year. It will turn out to be the last year I averaged 70 miles a week, or 10 miles a day. Interestingly enough, I calculated my daily average for the duration of my running career and translated it into a weekly average of 73. However, I doubt my marathon PR is in any sort of jeopardy. Scott Ludwig is president and founder of Darkside Running Club (.com). He lives in the Atlanta area and is the author of 11 books – 7 about running – and is working on others. Scott’s book “Running to Extremes: The Legendary Athletes of Ultra Running” is now available. It features stories on Ray Zahab, Dean Karnazes, Larry Macon, Mark Covert, Ed Ettinghausen, Mike Morton, Tim Twietmeyer, Ann Trason and seven other amazing athletes of long distance running. You can find it on Amazon and most major booksellers. The book is inspired by, and dedicated to, the enduring memory and legacy of Ted Corbitt. Scott can be reached at email@example.com. He also has a blog at ScottLudwigRunsand Writes.blogspot.com where his books are available – or at any major online bookstore.
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Down the Road Time To Plan Your New Running Year Now that you are a month into the New Year, have you made your running plan for 2017? If not it's time to think about what, where and why you are going to do the running and racing you will do this year. Running becomes such a part of a runner's life that it is easy to get into a routine, and if it works okay, we stop thinking about what we are doing and just keep on keeping on. But sometimes, in fact maybe most times, it may pay to think about what we are doing and plan ahead. Okay, you can insert your own joke about Einstein's quote about doing the same thing and expecting a different result, but there is truth to it. We can get stale if we never change. Let's talk about runners who never run a race. That's okay, but it was Dr. George Sheehan who said that racing is the lovemaking i.e. the most exciting part of running. So if you have never run a race, maybe you should try one. If you decide not to you might still consider adding some racing style to your running. What does that mean? Here are some suggestions: (1) Try adding a different course. If you always run the same route, try a different one. With GPS watches or apps it is easy to run the distance you want to go without hav-
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ing to premeasure the course. If you always head up Main Street as I used to do to start a run, why not change it and run down Main Street? (Of course it pays to know that the direction you might go is a safe area to run. Then you have an alternate when you just don't feel like running the same route. (2) Find a cross country route you can get to and run on. Running on dirt path and trails is quite different from always running on roads. (3) Run with a group. Of course it helps if they like to run the same pace, but even if they don't sometimes it is a good change of pace (no pun intended). What about runners who run races? Check the races you've run the past couple of years. Do you always run the same races every year?
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runlikeadiva.com Kathy and I ran a lot of the same races every year back when we were running 30 races per year. We had a few we tried never to miss - the Cooper River Bridge Run 10K in Charleston (I ran it 35 years in a row until a car accident ended my running), the Rice Run 5K in Walterboro, Peachtree 10K in Atlanta, and the Flowertown 10K or 5K now called the Shamrock Shuffle in Summerville. So you can see another thing to do. If you really like a race stick with it. But make sure you have a mix of large and small races. If you've never run a mega-race like the Cooper River Bridge Run or Peachtree you have missed a really special experience. But like any mega-race you have to plan ahead, register ahead and get accommodations. But the experience is worth it. I could tell you tales about things that happened when I ran the New York City Marathon or the Marine Corps marathon. If you run a mega-race, even just once, you will never forget it, and probably never regret it. Another thing to do is to tie a race in with a special event. When the River Run 15K in Jacksonville happened to fall on the same weekend the King Tut exhibition was in that town, we got tickets ahead of time, saw King Tut one day and ran the race the next. So look at races in towns where you have wanted to run, but could never justify the trouble - and may you can tie it in with something special in that town and make it a doubly special event weekend. So pick your large race - I can tell you the two largest races in South Carolina in 2016 were the Cooper River Bridge Run 10K with 26,843 finishers and the Turkey Day 5K, also
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in Charleston with 6,814 finishers. I recommend both of them. There were two dozen races just in South Carolina with over 1,000 finishers in 2016. You might have had as many in your state to choose from. Try a big race, and maybe add a new small race to your repertoire. Since I keep up with all the races in SC (551 is the total for 2016 as of the deadline for this article). There were a dozen races in SC with 10 or fewer finishers. The smallest 5K was the HLN Reggae 5K in Charleston with three finishers, and the smallest 10K was the Run Walk N Roll 10K in Swansea with five finishers. I can tell you from personal experience; it feels very different to be running against a small field. It will spread out and there is a chance you might not see another runner after the first mile. While in a large mega race you will have a crowd around you the entire distance. Both experiences are worth having. So if you always do the same thing, isn't it time? Right. The time is now to try something different. Shake up your route, shake up your speed - throw some really fast running into your usually slow pace, or if you always run fast, mix some slower paced but longer runs into your training. It's time to plan your year. Hope these ideas will help keep you running down the road for many years to come. Cedric Jaggers was elected to the South Carolina Road Runners Hall of Fame in 1992. He is the author of Charlestonâ€™s Cooper River Bridge Run. He lives and runs in Rock Hill, SC. He may be reached via email at JaggersRun@comporium.net
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THIS RUNNING LIFE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 On the other end of the spectrum at the same New York City Marathon, it took 11 hours and 29 minutes, but 96year-old runner Jonathan Mendes wouldn't stop until he crossed the finish line, at 8:14 p.m. in becoming the oldest person to finish that storied marathon more than 8 hours after winner Ghebreslassie broke the winner's ribbon. The New York City Marathon itself broke a record in 2016, with 51,388 finishers, the most ever, proving that even the largest marathon in the world can keep on growing. Over in Ironman land, Lionel Sanders, 28, of Ontario Canada set a new World Ironman record with a fast marathon split of 2:42:31. His complete winning time at Ironman Arizona November 20 was 7:44.29. The previous record, set in 2011 by Marino Vanhoenacker of Austria was 7:45:58. December: Chaz Davis made his marathon debut at the California International Marathon on December 9, finishing with a time of 2:31:48. He's been blind since he was a high school freshman His grand finish set a new American marathon record for visually impaired runners. Mere mortals break records, too. Records like this may leave you both inspired and defeated. How can mere mortals hope to achieve such riches of achievement? The website www.recordsetter.com may hold the key to your own personal glory. Established by Dan Rollman in 2004, this website invites regular people to invent their own world records. Originally called “Player Book of Records,” it was re-branded as “RecordSetter” in 2011. Over the years, records have been set for feats like “the most blueberries that fit inside a belly button” and “the fastest rendition of 'The Devil Went down to Georgia' on an accordion.” Along the way, talented and imaginative individuals have set athletic records, too. On July 10, 2016, young Noa Ohlund, 6, of Norrbotten, Sweden, ran 11 laps around a tree in 30 seconds, setting a junior record for such a feat. Denny Richardson of Sierra Vista, Ariz. holds the record for running 50 yards in 11.16 seconds while carrying his toddler-aged sister upside down on his back, set October 8, 2013. On December 26, 2012, a snowy day in Vestal, N.Y., Dan Myers set a record when he ran a 40-yard dash in 8 seconds while carrying a 57-pound nutcracker holiday decoration. The nutcracker was as tall as Myers.
On September 11, 2012, Clint Poore of Albany, Ky. earned the world record for running the longest distance while carrying a Saint Bernard when he carried his dog, Ezekiel, 150 feet. The next day, he set a speed record for running 50 feet while carrying Ezekiel in 5.62 seconds. He ran with the dog in his arms. In 2014, he earned the title of “Strongest Man in Kentucky” by the American Strong Man League. Two men hold records for running on land while wearing diving flippers. Sean Sonic ran 100 yards backwards in San Diego on July 22, 2011 and Brian Pankey ran 100 yards frontwards on grass in 25 seconds while wearing large flippers. Danny “Fritz” Aquino of San Diego, Calif., set the record for running 800 meters in 2:19.27 while wearing a banana costume on May 8, 2012. On March 6, 2012, Pete Moyer of Hillsboro, Ill. broke a record when he ran 100 meters, barefoot while hula hooping, in 24.40 seconds. On November 20, 2013, Kerry Speckman set a record when she ran a 15k race in 2:37.51 while twirling a baton during the Gate River Run in Jacksonville, Fla. Lisa Wright channeled Alice in Wonderland and set a record for running the fastest marathon while dressed as the Queen of Hearts playing card. She finished the London Marathon in 4:59.41 on Sept. 12, 2012. Jake Hirschowitz of New York City holds a record for running marathons while juggling three balls. At 71, he's the oldest runner to perform such a feat. On May 13, 2015, he notably finished Oregon's Newport Marathon in 4:34:03, coming in second in his age group and setting a record for completing the fastest marathon while juggling. Matt Rishel, of Beloit, Wis. set a record on September 27, 2011 for the longest time running in circles with his forehead on a baseball bat. With the business end of an upright bat sitting on the floor, Rishel bent over in a 90-degree angle, placed his head on the end of the handle and used both hands to hold the bat up. He held that position while running circles around the bat for almost 30 minutes. On April 19, 2012 in Amarillo, Texas, KissFM's Tommy The Hacker set a record for running while wearing high heels and a dress when he completed a 100 yard dash in 22 seconds. Sgt. First Class Augusto “Tito” Pineiro became the fastest man to run 100 miles while wearing a gas mask when he covered that distance in 37.5 hours during the Knock on Wood -100 race in Greenville, SC on May 20, 2016.
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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS more results at running.net
ALABAMA Holiday Half Marathon Mullet Point, AL – 12/10
Male, Overall – Justin Leach 1:15:41, Brandon Rouse 1:22:45, Cody Parker 1:23:24. Masters – Alastair Stevenson 1:28:44. Grandmasters – Victor Birch 1:33:12. Senior Grandmasters – Mark Everest 1:40:39. Wheelchair – Art Cronenberg 1:30:46. Wheelchair (hand cranked) – Mike Downs 1:19:01. 10-14 – Lance Paquette 1:39:29. 15-19 – Ian May 1:42:23, Wieu Kuot 1:44:23, Tucker Chandler 2:04:11. 25-29 – Adam Spence 1:48:13, Matthew Peterson 1:58:14, Sam Miller 1:59:00. 30-34 – James Reynolds 1:31:58, Nicholas Carroll 1:45:20, Brandon Trippe 2:00:03. 35-39 – Steve Harris 1:31:34, Kenny Pfeiffer 1:31:38, Forrest Catlett 1:43:48. 40-44 – Steven Odom 1:32:48, William Mentzer 1:34:37, Wayne Pierce 1:35:20. 45-49 – Jimmy House 1:32:39, James Sasser 1:34:55, Patrick Baggett 1:37:46. 50-54 – Donald Sherrell 1:40:20, Thomas Rich 1:47:06, Timothy Otzenberger 2:02:36. 55-59 – Allen Johnson 1:39:14, Roger Cole 1:43:37, Mike Traum 1:49:14. 60-64 – Paul Bergman 1:44:49, Marty Demouy 1:46:03, Steven Plakas 1:47:43. 65-69 – Bill Brady 1:51:28, Doug Linebarger 2:08:10, JC Large 2:28:05. 70-74 – David Jeffrey 1:41:03, Ron Mitchel 2:04:44, Bill McGough 2:34:59. 75-79 – Aladar Bencsath 2:21:19, Will Wright 2:33:56, John McCall 2:48:33. Racewalker – Eddie Holmes 2:29:21. Female, Overall – Kristy Maxwell 1:34:24, Jessica Jones 1:34:40, Hannah Dow 1:36:06. Masters – Lajuan Black 1:41:29. Grandmasters – Maureen Van Devender 1:53:57. Senior Grandmasters – Cay Welsh 2:53:27. 10-14 – Peyton Salvaggio 2:17:49. 15-19 – Nicole Luther 1:43:16, Caroline Hart 2:02:54, Willa Green 2:02:55. 25-29 – Cara Hemmer 1:51:55, Elizabeth Bynum 1:59:15, Brittany Estes 2:23:22. 30-34 – Lauren Jackson 1:38:47, Lauren Lemon 1:41:31, Jessica Cowart 1:45:19. 35-39 – Ashley Andrews 1:48:02, Arlen Remy 1:51:23, Chantel Huddleston 1:52:01. 4044 – Stacy Porter 1:49:21, Shanna Maderia 1:54:11, Shelly Bassett 1:59:48. 45-49 – Kristie Steinberger 1:5207, Stephanie Gillis 2:04:48, Margaret Patrick 2:06:26. 50-54 – Gloria Dodds 2:00:57, Shannon Kenny 2:01:57, Diana Curd 2:02:32. 55-59 – Suanne White-Spunner 2:04:17, Pamela Norman 2:08:22, Freda Rambo 2:11:06. –Will Wright
ARKANSAS CASA Half Marathon Pine Bluff, AR – 12/10
Male, Top 25 – 1-Daniel Kirwa 1:15:36, 2-Brian Sieczkowski 1:16:19, 3-Brian Sites 1:20:13, 4-Ron Mitchell 1:20:31, 5-Bill Simpson 1:21:34, 6-Mark Ferguson 1:22:17, 7-Gideon Drake 1:26:35, 8-Joey Gieringer 1:27:48, 9-Daniel Arnold 1:28:24, 10Stephen Perryman 1:28:36, 11-Greg Walker 1:29:10, 12-Ken Riley 1:29:16, 13-Edward Hill 1:29:43, 14-Colin Hall 1:30:22, 15-Alan Krenzelok 1:30:36, 16-Jason Herring 1:30:57, 17Jonah Tanui 1:31:22, 18-Ricky Martinez 1:34:46, 19-Bryon Murders 1:35:12, 20-Mark Lacey 1:35:24, 21-Josh Whisenhunt 1:37:00, 22-Logan Starkey 1:37:14, 23-Kim Howard 1:37:37, 24-Dj Walker 1:38:01, 25-Zach Lewis 1:38:26. Female, Top 25 – 1-Tia Stone 1:25:31, 2-Carli Langley 1:27:45, 3-Jen Found 1:28:51, 4-Sarah Olney 1:32:49, 5-Jenny Massanelli 1:33:06, 6-Emily Harbour 1:34:25, 7-Kelli Harris 1:34:51, 8-Natalie Ragsdale 1:38:04, 9-Amy Cole 1:40:42, 10Lennon Bates 1:41:09, 11-Lynn O’Neal 1:41:30, 12-Nicole Hobbs 1:44:53, 13-Liz Webb 1:45:34, 14-Christine Ferguson 1:46:35, 15-Wanda King 1:47:48, 16-Rachel Hendrix 1:48:57, 17-Melissa Ruffin 1:52:29, 18-Tara Caudle 1:53:11, 19-Charity Ashworth 1:53:42, 20-D’Lisa Haas 1:53:53, 21-Pam McGill 1:54:15, 22-Belinda Pack 1:54:17, 23-Missy Collins 1:56:19, 24-Dana Gracy 1:56:19, 25-Ginea Qualls 1:56:54. – Ken McSpadden
Jacob Wells 3 Bridges Marathon Little Rock, AR – 12/17
Male, Top 25 – 1-Tyler Pake 2:58:13, 2-Lance Lowrey 3:25:41, 3-Craig Forrest 3:25:50, 4-Marc Gill 3:26:24, 5-Raj Hathiramani 3:27:17, 6-Manjunath Srinivasaiah 3:27:42, 7Dougin Walker 3:30:13, 8-James Romag 3:33:54, 9-Ed Hernandez 3:35:04, 10-Mark Bailey 3:37:20, 11-Joseph Laurendi 3:38:24, 12-Nathan Venable 3:38:30, 13-Nathan Lizkowski 3:39:59, 14-Jay Silvanima 3:44:49, 15-Scott Claycomb 3:49:26, 16-Gene Bowden 3:51:07, 17-Nate Smith 3:53:19, 18-Danny Baker 3:53:36, 19-Desi Tuey 3:53:48, 20Jason Lamb 3:54:17, 21-Trent Blackley 3:56:41, 22-Vance Taylor 3:57:09, 23-Daniel Malik 3:58:29, 24-Jay Jennings 3:59:19, 25-Quang Le 4:00:13. Female, Top 25 – 1-Tia Stone 3:08:33, 2-Erika Setzler 3:13:20, 3-Christina Marin 3:28:39, 4-Diane Woodruff 3:29:07, 5-Joanne MacKin 3:35:05, 6-Michelle Greer 3:37:06, 7-Amanda Potts 3:44:46, 8-Cristina Satterfield-Gibbons 3:45:47, 9-Nancy Stedman 3:45:59, 10-Laree Etter 3:51:44, 11-Carmen Dowdy 3:54:07, 12-Jackie Stone 3:57:20, 13-Alyssa Frisby 4:02:17, 14-Natosha Crisco 4:02:49, 15-Trish Hogan 4:04:03, 16-Mary Brewbaker 4:05:03, 17-Sara Pilgrim 4:07:10, 18-Amy Heinz 4:07:48, 19-Wanda King 4:12:58, 20-Amy Houston 4:13:13, 21Dawn Hammel 4:19:06, 22-Brandi Moody 4:19:09, 23-Deidre Luker 4:20:30, 24-Saori Bainum 4:20:53, 25-Michele Purifoy 4:23:08. –Ken McSpadden
FLORIDA Jingle Run 5K Lakewood Ranch, FL – 10/22
Male, Overall – Cal Davidson-Turner 15:41. Masters – Shanon Winkelman 17:32. Grandmasters – Sammy Mapes 17:59. Senior Grandmasters – Frank Davis 22:21. Veteran Grandmasters – Chuck Berster 34:16. 9-under – Michael Wagner 19:40, Dylan Johnson 20:38, Jaxon Lemus 20:43. 10-14 – Owen Catlett 18:17, Jonathan Leatt 18:57, Cole Firlie 19:05. 15-19 – Colton Heath 16:04, Josh Cramer 16:53, Brice Easton 17:11. 20-24 – Christopher Cantillo
18:06, Matthew McFall 18:27, Clarence Facer 19:43. 25-29 – Marcus Dilallo 17:27, Andrew Dilallo 17:28, Clint Davis 18:19. 30-34 – Arthur Richardson 17:01, Jeffrey Tousignant 18:36, Gregg McLeod 18:40. 35-39 – Adam Jaco 19:56, Brian Patterson 21:27, Ryan Travis 22:10. 40-44 – Erik Hash 17:39, Mark Leatt 19:28, Cyril Sabardu 19:51. 45-49 – Jeremiah Ryan 18:20, Jeff Toylor 18:38, Scott Dunlap 20:17. 50-54 – Ivar Adolfsson 19:23, George Chamberlain 20:15, Frederick Atzrodt 20:19. 55-59 – Robert Hammons 19:14, Bruce Wildgrube 19:58, Matt McMillan 21:40. 60-64 – Philip Sutcliffe 23:05, Carl McAllister 23:48, Dieter Flick 26:23. 65-69 – Robert Stephens 25:06, Daniel Najjar 27:40, Gary Romesser 28:38. 70-74 – Ed Wolfe 34:03, Robert Baer 34:48, Norman Bonneau 34:54. 75-79 – Chuck Van Duzee 32:22, Donald Herring 37:39, William Welch 41:40. 80-over – Bob Ranta 41:00. Female, Overall – Laura Bowerman 17:22. Masters – Danielle Pfeil 20:35. Grandmasters – Suzanne Hoffman 22:20. Senior Grandmasters – Linda Puzzo 22:58. Veteran Grandmasters – Esther Van Duzee 36:55. 9-under – Savannah Adams 22:37, Isabella Juliano 24:08, Lacey Richards 27:05. 10-14 – Alyssa Hendrix 18:18, Keleigh Scallon 19:01, Ava Klein 20:05. 15-19 – Elizabeth Voronina 19:51, Kaeleigh Morehouse 21:22, Alison Ecker 21:41. 20-24 – Mattie Webb 17:53, Allison Decker 19:14, Lauren Csubak 19:31. 25-29 – Kristin Hessinger 18:39, Kathleen Ochipa 22:18, Ina Piatajeva 22:38. 30-34 – Holly McGonigle 18:40, Gabrielle Russo 19:47, Kelli Jaco 21:28. 35-39 – Kimblerly Zabran 18:40, Katie Waters 19:51, Kara Bonneau 20:30. 40-44 – Cynthia Chamberlain 20:59, Sally Libonati 21:44, Cordie Hentges 22:25. 45-49 – Fernanda Scalera 21:01, Deanna Skelcy 22:51, Karen Trunzo 23:35. 50-54 – Anita Wooten 20:06, Susan McMillan 22:25, Jane Duncan 23:34. 55-59 – Regina Morris 23:27, Deb Robinson 23:43, Kim Gorman 24:13. 60-64 – Mary Quinn 23:29, Terry Yarian 24:23, Joanne Bagby 26:10. 65-69 – Sonia Sutcliffe 33:33, Pauline Katz 36:09, Cheryl Hess 36:22. 70-74 – Bettye Smith 35:06, Ginger Herring 35:46, Deborah Burnham 37:37. 75-79 – Carol Westerman 41:05, Eloise Benedict 48:20, Ann Waters 51:02.
Panama Beach Marathon/Half Marathon/5K Panama City Beach, FL – 12/3
Male, Marathon: Overall – Andy Unsicker 2:48:00. Masters – Stephen Beaupre 3:07:07. Grandmasters – Philip Hodge 3:28:55. Wheelchair – Justin Malaise 1:53:30. Female, Marathon: Overall – Lea Ann Renner 3:20:56. Masters – Kay Evans 3:29:02. Grandmasters – Sue Cottrill 4:05:17. Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Mike Ricks 1:18:59. Masters – Jason Reneau 1:21:05. Grandmasters – Thomas Dever 1:22:10. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Rachael Brewer 1;17:29. Masters – Alexandra Minga 1:40:16. Grandmasters – Karen Borrego 1:48:34. Male, 5K: Overall – Michael Niezgoda 17:55. Masters – David Shearon 18:27. Grandmasters – Dan Station 20:11. Female, 5K: Overall – Anna Sutton 25:04. Masters – Jennifer Lloyd 25:36. Grandmasters – Laurie Bartlett 29:16. For full results: https://runsignup.com/race/results/?raceId=26784#resultSetId -52074
OUC Orlando Half Marathon Orlando, FL – 12/3
Male, Overall – JJ Webber 1:04:56, Ty McCormack 1:07:26, Fredison Costa 1:09:41, Brady Holmer 1:10:36, Yuki Kato 1:11:51. Masters – William Vanos 1:14:19. 14-18 – Thomas Scartz 1:23:22, John Hinkle 1:23:27, Nicholas Beauregard 1:25:45. 19-24 – Daniel Marin 1:15:51, Ram Khalmuratov 1:18:32, Cesar Sandoval 1:18:57. 25-29 – Sam Dreilinger 1:18:51, Andrew Vossler 1:21:07, Brandon Kempton 1:25:14. 30-34 – Edwin Schlichter 1:13:35, Njoroge Maina 1:17:16, Tom Bruno 1:21:33. 35-39 – Trey Vernon 1:18:17, Elvis Alvarez Carnero 1:19:51, Joseph Dreher 1:20:12. 40-44 – Junichi Ichimura 1:29:55, Brian Hearn 1:30:02, Mike Fennessy 1:30:17. 45-49 – Todd Lytle 1:23:36, Daniel McCarthy 1:23:45, Kenyon Congdon 1:23:49. 50-54 – Robert Fischer 1:29:24, Mark Hulbert 1:29:44, Michael Rosenblum 1:31:10. 5559 – Bruce Geise 1:30:48, Brian Forgue 1:34:23, Steve Wheeler 1:35:18. 60-64 – George Mason 1:34:07, Matt Mahoney 1:35:49, Dale Leach 1:37:03. 65-69 – Neal Ater 1:37:08, Aaron Guerra 1:54:25, Pedro Fernandez 1:55:20. 70-74 – Koose Rademaker 1:49:38, Walt Herscher 1:53:12, Charles Oberwetter 2:01:28. 75-79 – William Quiett 2:58:03. 80-over – Jack Gallagher 3:07:46. Female, Overall – Cynthia Jerop 1:17:08, Srah Sellers 1:18:03, Ashley Paulson 1:20:30, Natasha Yaremczuk 1:21:39, Erica Weitz 1:23:47. Masters – Heather Schulz 1:24:42. 14-18 – MacKenzie Czurak 1:35:08, Julia Marauez 1:44:25, Brennan Cain 1:44:51. 19-24 – Krista Roehlig 1:29:18, Maxine Durepos 1:40:56, Allie Hughes 1:46:20. 25-29 – Anja Drew 1:31:38, Lydia Hochstein 1:31:48, Jess Vossler 1:35:47. 30-34 – Sara Trane 1:23:457, Allison Palmer 1:31:52, Michelle Hoffert 1:37:15. 35-39 – Jennifer O’Brien 1:36:19, Jessica Kennedy 1:36:45, Laurette Balinsky 1:37:37. 40-44 – Michelle Nunez 1:27:46, Kelly Arribas 1:29:02, Julie Kenney 1:31:58. 45-49 – Vancessa Gosselink-Va 1:27:06, Terri Rejumbal 1:27:58, Kazuko Hirota 1:35:23. 50-54 – Susan Meier 1:41:31, Karen Blamick 1:44:48, Ingrid Darling 1:45:02. 55-59 – Barabara Gubbins 1:30:55, Patti Spence 1:40:53, Darla Bennett 1:40:56. 60-64 – Linda Musante 1:49:31, Kitty Musante 1:50:58, Theresa Makowski 1:54:06. 65-69 – Joan Nelson 2:00:41, Mary Bivin 2:11:35, Gail Hardy 2:16:19. 70-74 – Rose Reeves 2:22:44, Linda Mathers 2:37:31, Marilynne Denison 2:42:21. 75-79 – Joyce Hodges-Hite 3:08:25. –Robert Carver
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Running Journal • February, 2017
After the Run Setting Records Running 100 Miles A racing pulse, panting breath, and sweat-beaded skin likely accompanied your last 5k, 10k, or half marathon race finish. Optimistically, a sense of pride also washed over you as you sprinted toward the finish line tape. Yet, what if your traveled distance had exceeded three, six, 13, or even 26 miles? What if you had run morning to noon, noon to night, and overnight into the next day before approaching your finish line? How would you feel if you ran miles and miles of grassy trail and dirt road to claim a 100-mile ultramarathon victory? “I felt relieved that it was finally over. It felt like it took me forever. That's why I tried to run the last lap a little faster. I was also really hungry and couldn't wait to take a shower,” 40-year old Phil Brown, winner of the 2016 Saint Sebastian 100 said. Brown had run four 8-hour ultramarathons, a 100k, a 50-miler, a 46-miler, and 68 miles of the 100-mile Pinhoti 100, all in 2016, before deciding to try the inaugural Saint Sebastian 100-mile ultramarathon in Florida. “I missed the 68-mile cutoff by a minute or two,” Brown said about the Heflin, Alabama Pinhoti 100, which takes runners over rocks, through creeks, and over the highest point in Alabama while running more than 80 miles of single track across the ridge lines of the Talladega National Forest. Not being permitted to finish that 100mile trek the first week of November may have incited his interest in testing the terrain of the Saint Sebastian 100-miler just three weeks later, but Brown insists that he was influenced more by the reasonable entry fee, close proximity to home, and timely occurrence on a long four-day weekend. The race along the Saint Sebastian Preserve Trail began the morning after Thanksgiving. Brown said that his training was very limited in the weeks immediately leading to the event. “I was recovering from the first week in November. I did get a couple back-toback long (10 to 15-mile) runs on the weekends,” he said. On race morning however, he felt prepared. Brown tackled the first 10-mile lap with a bit of fuel in his feet. “It was still cool out, so I wanted to get in some miles and run fast while I could,” he said. He ran his first lap in 1:30:52, earning him the event's 'Fastest Lap' award - an
stand and treat ultra-distance runners. As feet might have felt. Now weeks after the part of the research, Brown's blood pres- run, the memory of a 100-mile foot tour sure was taken periodically throughout his feels pretty good - so good in fact, Brown run. A pain threshold test was also admin- is already preparing for his next. By istered before and after the 100-mile run, and the results seemed to conclude that Mary Marcia is a runner, fitness profesMary Marcia Brown 100-mile endurance runners have a sional, and Race Director of the TICK greater pain threshold post-run than they TOCK ULTRA MARATHON & TEAM RELAY in both Florida and North exhibit pre-run. Somehow, winning the 100-mile ultra- Carolina. Reach her at marymarciamarathon and setting the course record in email@example.com or by visiting www.tick26:01:53, helped ease any pain that tockultra.vpweb.com or www.ncticktockulanimal skull (found along the course) cus- Brown's muscles, joints, chaffed skin, or tra.vpweb.com. tom inked by nationally renowned tattoo artist, Robbie Rippoll of Spike TV's Ink Master show. However, as daylight waned, Brown's laps began to slow and his fatigue continued to grow. His strides morphed to “sleep running” as he recalled seeing dog tails wagging in the sandy trail and imaginary boxes of Chinese food, road-blocking his path. “That's when I knew I needed a nap,” Brown said. “I took two 10-minute naps. They were life savers.” He stretched out on an aid station cot for one nap, and took the second in his car, which was positioned near the course's first aid station. “That was the only time I looked at my watch during the run. I set my alarm to make sure I was up and running again in 10 minutes,” he remembered. Brown did not set a time goal, or any other goals for the journey, except to finish. Even as unassuming as that intention may have been, it was not realized without working through unexpectedly encountered challenges during his miles. Oranges, chicken broth, baby food, and an Oreo cookie helped combat his hunger, and the power naps helped with his fatigue, but Brown never expected to veer from the loop course that (at the beginning of the race) was well marked. “I got lost. Some hikers moved the trail marking flags and I ran an extra mile,” Brown said. Once the Race Directors were notified, that issue was quickly resolved. Brown appreciated that the Race Directors were both experienced runners. He was also grateful for the helpful volunteers who exuded a genuine interest in the race and the participating athletes. Several of the athletes, including Brown, voluntarily participated in ultramarathon medical research during the event that was sponsored by Indian River State College. The research is intended to help medical professionals better under- Phil Brown during his Saint Sebastian 100-mile Win Photo by Chris Thompson
Running Journal • February, 2017
Running Through the Bluegrass Terrific Year in 2016, Listened to the Coach I surprised myself a few times during 2016 — both in terms of race times but even more so in the amount of work I was willing to put in. I ran 16 miles on the treadmill, I never missed a speed session — I never missed a run, period. Other than an off day when I strained my calf in the spring, the only days I took off were planned recovery days. With just a couple of exceptions, I didn’t shuffle runs around or otherwise procrastinate. In terms of racing, I set new personal bests NINE times in seven different distances including the half-marathon twice and full marathon twice. And I not only broke 3 hours, I was 3 seconds shy of breaking it by 3 minutes. Honestly, coming into this year, I thought it might take another year before
By Tracy Green
I got under 3. Instead, I took 13 minutes of my time from Indy 2015 to Indy 2016. Those big jumps don’t come often, so as fun as it would be to lob another 13 off next year, I know that’s not going to happen. I ran a total of 2,808 miles in 2016,
4892 - Coach Matt Ebersole and I after the Carmel Marathon in April (where his athletes placed 1st and 3rd in the men's marathon and 1st and 4th in the women's marathon).
averaging 7.26 miles per run. I ran 13 races and won three of them — but I also ran more competitive races this year, so I am also very pleased with 4th and 9th overall female at my marathons and 5th female at both half marathons So, what did I do differently that made it such a great year of racing? I hired a coach. I’ll give myself plenty of credit for doing the work — but I can’t understate the impact working with Matt Ebersole, of Personal Best Training, had. First, I actually did speed work. Twice a week, pretty much every week this year (except post-marathon, I get a couple weeks off!). We built my mileage up to levels I haven’t seen since 2009, and did it in smarter and more effective ways than I did back then. I did a gajillion long runs — 7 runs of 2022 leading up to Indy — but typically with a down weekend in-between. That alone made marathon training so much more bearable. But the nuts and bolts of the training plan are replicable, and in the grand scheme of things, it’s the same principles you’ll see in most plans. Instead, Matt helped me rethink my approach to training, to racing, to running in general. Training isn’t something you do in freestanding chunks. Each training cycle builds on the next — and just as important is what you’re doing between those cycles. I don’t even see those cycles as the 12 or 16 week blocks like I used to — it’s just a continual process. I don’t “start” training, I’m just always training. And before you think that sounds like a surefire way to burn out, it’s not like that, either. I think it’s actually better. There’s a different type of pressure when you’ve been bumming around a bit and then you go, “Okay, on Monday I start training and I’ll do all these runs listed for the next 12 weeks.” Coach updates my plan every three weeks, and that’s more how I view it. Just a three week block to tackle at a time, not 12 or 16 — like how you eat an elephant. I’ve also reached a point where I run pretty much every day. I don’t think of it as a streak, and I have no qualms about taking off days when needed. But if you keep your recovery days as true recovery, you don’t need as many days off. Coach told me, “If you run every day, you never question if you’re running.” He’s right. I wake up, and I know I’m running that day. Things that worked:
• Making friends with the treadmill. It eliminates excuses and can be a helpful training tool. • Hammer Nutrition products and advice from expert staff. • Regular massage every 3 weeks and dry needling when needed. • More stretching and strength training, and not being able to skip on it because I’m the instructor! • Meal prepping and eating more vegetables by eating vegetarian until dinner during the week. Things that didn’t: • My Garmin at Indy, and optical HR in general. • Working a high-stress, weird hours job not really close to home, gym or running friends (so I changed jobs in April). 2016 Goals: • Do what my coach tells me — every bit of it, even the hard stuff. Check: Typically he tells me to back off before I would tell myself. • Set a new PR in the marathon/break 3:10 (basically the same goal). Check: Under 3:10 both times, new PRs both times … and man, that 2:57 still feels awfully good. • Run at least 2,260 miles (10% increase over 2015) Check: 2,808 final tally. 124% of goal • Earn my Pilates instructor certification Check: I’ve been teaching since midFebruary! As many as 5 classes a week but holding steady at 2 for now. 2017 Goals: • Do what Coach says — every bit of it, especially the hard stuff. This stays a goal because it worked pretty darn well this year. • Race not just for time but for place. Race for position and fast times will follow (via coach). • Run 3,000 miles (7% increase). • Find practical strategies to improve form and make them happen. Wishing each of you a wonderful 2017. Looking forward to another year of sharing my stories with you! Tracy Green is a runner and writer living in Louisville, KY, where she lives wih her husband, Chris. She is a Hammer Nutrition sponsored athlete and certified Pilates instructor. Find her at @TGRunFit on Twitter and Instagram, Facebook.com/TGRunFit, or TGRunFit.com.
Running Journal • February, 2017
The Athlete’s Kitchen Nutrition News from the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics
EAT WELL, RUN WELL
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The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) is the nation’s largest group of registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs). This year, over 12,000 RDNs convened in Boston (Oct 15-18, 2017) to learn the latest food & nutrition news. Here’s a taste of some of topics that were discussed and might be of interest to hungry runners. Weight management • If you want to lose weight, should you count calories? While learning about calories can be helpful, an alternative and equally effective weight loss method can be to choose primarily wholesome foods. Research subjects who curbed their intake of processed food, refined grains, and foods with added sugar simultaneously reduced their intake of calories. They lost the same amount of weight as the calorie-counting dieters. • A survey of ~1,600 college students suggests those with higher stress reported having fewer healthy behaviors than their less-stressed peers. The five healthy lifestyle behaviors they measured included: eating a healthy diet, not smoking or binge drinking, having a healthy BMI, and being physically active. In general, the females had more healthy behaviors than the males unless they were stressed. Thank goodness running is an excellent way to relieve stress! Sports diets • Many parents offer their budding athletes nutrient-poor recovery snacks after, let’s say, a youth fun run or a T-ball game. Is it counterproductive to encourage kids to exercise for fun and fitness, and then enable them to eat for bad health? Offering sports snacks that are both yummy and healthy gives a consistent message. Apple and peanut butter? Yogurt and granola? Grapes and cheese? • Some soldiers, like some runners, are more fit than others. Results from an Army Physical Fitness Test indicated that soldiers with the highest fitness test scores made healthier food choices than those who got lower scores. The fittest soldiers consumed more fiber and whole grains, and fewer fatty foods and refined grains. The top performers reported their food choices helped them feel energized all day (50% vs. 32% of the soldiers with lower fitness scores), be sharp mentally (45 vs. 35%), have improved response to stress (40% vs. 29%) and sustain fewer injuries (37% vs. 21%). They reported that good nutrition played a role in their ability to perform well. Tip: If you want to improve your diet and your running performance, consider consulting with a sports nutritionist who is an RDN. The referral network at www.SCANdpg.org can help you find a local nutrition expert. Eating disorders and athletes • What predisposes some women to developing an eating disorder? In a survey of women with eating disorders (12 athletes, 17 non-athletes), predisposing factors shared by 75% of the women included: low self worth, poor body image, and issues with peers. Additional predisposing factors included depression and anxiety. Among the athletes, getting injured triggered disordered eating behaviors. Tip: If you are an injured runner who has big fears about “getting fat” because you are doing less exercise, you’ll benefit from seeking guidance from a sports nutritionist (www.SCANdpg.org). • Perfectionism is a trait that contributes to high levels of achievement, but it can also lead to the pursuit of a perfect but biologically unrealistic body type. Among dancers, many of whom are perfectionists, eating disorders are prevalent. (Same goes for runners!) A survey of 245 dancers from one collegiate dance program and four professional dance
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companies suggests both collegiate and professional dancers scored similarly on tests that diagnose eating disorders. Dancers with eating disorders reported more anger, depression and physical discomfort. If only they had gotten help in college (or earlier), they might have been able to enjoy a better quality of life as a professional. Tip: This same advice applies to all athletes - runners included - who struggle with food, weight and body image. The sooner you get help, the quicker you’ll be able to recover. And yes, you can eat well and still remain lean. Food marketing • Food packaging has a big impact on food purchases. A survey of 6-year old kids indicates packaging influenced their food choices 9 of 12 times. Fifty-eight percent of parents reported they purchased what their child wanted. Yikes, healthy foods need better packaging! * Color-coded food cues are often used to guide healthy food selection. Researchers taught college students about foods that are Go (green), Slow (yellow) or Whoa (red). They placed signs on snack vending machines and created a food marketing campaign via Intranet, email, and posters. Two months after the campaign ended, food purchasing records indicated the students chose better quality snacks. Marketing healthy foods has benefits. We just need more healthy eating campaigns… • As part of a marketing research study, Dunkin Donuts employees asked the customers who ordered a latte, “Would you like to make that a lite latte?” With this nutrition nudge, sales for lite lattes increased from 19% to 52% during the 10–day experiment. In the 20 days afterwards (with no prompting), sales of lite lattes dropped by only 1%. If this choice were to be maintained on a daily basis, the consumer could save 60 calories per drink, for a total of 4,550 calories per year. This would potentially eliminate the yearly pound or two of weight gain experiences by most Americans. Small changes can make a big difference! • Does adding calorie information to a menu alter food choices? Yes, if you pay attention to the information. Students who were instructed to make meals from food photos created lower calorie meals when the photos included calorie information. There’s hope that calorie info in restaurant chains will help curb weight gain. • If you have ever wished that ice cream could comes in healthy-enhancing flavors, stay tuned. Raspberry-beet ice cream might be on the horizon!
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Running Journal â€˘ February, 2017
Learning from the Young Guns Warming Up for Faster Performances One of the things I've always enjoyed about running, and admittedly it's not unique to running, is that there are no short cuts to success. There is no magic pill you can take, there's no gold pass to the front of the line; it's not something you can practice for a few days and expect to succeed. Success is largely dependent on putting in the miles week in and week out. However, if you have never done a proper warm-up, performing one before your next race may be the closest thing to a magic pill for your performance. You may have always thought warming up is for the people winning the race, but it is essential to maximizing your performance on race day. Take a normal run for example: the reason you tend to feel better once you get a couple of miles into your run is because when you start your muscles are stiff, their range of motion is limited, and your body isn't acclimated to a higher heart rate and effort level. If you tend to feel better at mile 3 than mile 1 of your daily runs there is no reason to think race day should be any different. Gradually warming the muscles up and introducing a higher level of effort through the warm-up process will prevent that heartin-your-throat feeling in the first mile of
By Ryan Warrenburg, ZAP Fitness
your races. A warm-up allows you to be more comfortable early in the race and that translates to feeling better later in the race and having more in your legs for the finish. A proper warm-up varies slightly depending on whether you're running a 5K or a half marathon, but the structure remains the same. (Disclaimer: you do not need to warm-up before the marathon, 26.2 miles is plenty of running.) Arrive to the race early so you can start your warm-up 40-45 minutes before the start. The warm-up run for a 5K or 10K should be 20-25 minutes, and for a half marathon it should be 10-20 minutes. The warm-up should start out very slowly; the goal is to gradually warm and loosen the
muscles by getting the blood moving and the body used to the increase in effort. Those first few minutes should be a crawl and then as you move into the middle of the warm-up gradually increase the pace to your normal every day training pace. Over the final 4-5 minutes of the warm-up increase the pace a little faster, not hard running, but finishing 20-30 seconds a mile faster than your every day easy pace. This last part sounds like it may tire you out for the race, but if you've ever done interval workouts you're probably used to feeling better on the second or third interval than on the first. This is because most people aren't properly warmed up for the first one, and it's important that you're ready for the first one on race day because it is essentially one long interval. If you aren't warmed up well for a 5 you may spend the entire race getting warmed up. You should plan to finish your warm-up run about 20 minutes before the start of the race. The next part of the warm-up process is light, active stretching. It's important to avoid extensive static stretching immediately prior to racing. Static stretching takes a little bounce out of your legs and can leave them feeling a bit deadened, but active stretching increases the range of motion in your legs without stealing that pop. An example of active stretching is a leg swing where you stand and swing one leg back and forth in front of you and behind you, starting lightly and increasing the range of the arc as you loosen it up. Increasing the range of motion in your legs prior to racing is important to be able to fully open your stride when running faster. Perform 10 minutes of active stretching and use this time to make a last minute run to the restroom if you need it. The final step in the warm-up process is
pre-race strides. The strides should be 20 to 30 seconds in length, and you should run 48 of them prior to racing. Start the first few seconds of these easily and then progress forward with the final 5-10 seconds are at or a touch quicker than 5K pace. The purpose is to get the legs used to the quicker speed as well as to introduce a little lactic acid to the muscles so the body can better tolerate it during the race. Take enough rest to fully catch your breath between the strides and finish them about 5 minutes before the start so you are fully recovered for the race. Then get to the start line, take a few deep breaths, and enjoy the race! If you're running a big race and need to be in the corral well in advance of the start, you should still do a warm-up even if it means starting a little earlier and standing around a little longer. You can do strides on the way to the corral and active stretching once you're there. Some warm-up is always better than none, even if you have to modify it a bit. In those situations, try to start the first mile a touch slower and use it as an extension of the warm-up. If the weather is hot, trim the warm-up run down to 10-15 minutes in order to keep your core temperature from getting too high. Wearing a wet t-shirt that has been soaked in ice water for your warmup is an excellent way to get your legs warm without overheating your core temperature. There aren't many quick fixes in the sport of distance running, but a proper warm-up is one that can have a tremendously positive impact on your race performance. ZAP Fitness is a Reebok Sponsored nonprofit facility which supports post collegiate distance runners in Blowing Rock, NC. ZAP puts on adult running camps during the summer and is available for retreats all year. The facility has a state of the art weight room, exercise science lab for testing and a 24 bed lodge. Coaches at the facility include 2-time Olympic Trials Qualifier Zika Rea, 2007 USATF National XC Champion Ryan Warrenburg as well as head coach Pete Rea. For more information go to www.zapfitness.com or call 828-295-6198. You can reach Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS RUNNING LIFE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 Riley McLincha of Clio, Mich. ran the fastest one-mile distance in 8:44.22 while dribbling three basketballs on August 3, 2012. Andre Ortolf of Augsberg, Germany set the record for the fast 100-meter run while wearing clogs. He completed the distance in 16.27 seconds on January 21, 2016. On Feb 15, 2014, Manila, Philippines hosted the largest charity run/walk with 175,509 participants to raise money for victims of Typhoon Yolanda. I don't know about you, but I'm inspired to break a few records in 2017. Here's one fellow who is already ahead of the curve:
On Jan. 4, Robert Marchand, a Frenchborn cyclist who lived in Canada for parts of his adult life, set a new world cycling record for men aged 105 and older for distance covered in one hour. Marchand, who has set numerous other records since turning 100, covered 22.547K in 60 minutes at Le VĂŠlodrome National de Saint-Quentinen-Yvelines near Paris.
Teri Saylor, who runs, but freely admits she is not a running addict, lives in Raleigh, N.C. Reach her at email@example.com
Running Journal â€¢ February, 2017
Running Journal • February, 2017
SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8 Tallahassee Ultradistance Classic 50 mile/50K Tallahassee, FL – 12/10
50 miles: Order of Finish – 1-Gary Gellin 5:52:57, 2-Mark Tombrink 6:49:34, 3-Sheryl Rose 7:28:20, 4-Kimberly Gates 7:58:52 5-Gary Griffin 8:39:38, 6-Harold Allen 8:54:55, 7-Eric Mason 8:58:44, 8-Trevor Sununu 9:16:12, 9-Chris Weissler 9:47:44. 50K: Order of Finish – 1-Dan Nix 3:50:17, 2-Paul Guyas 4:06:10, 3-Eddie Hensley 4:18:32, 4-Emma Spencer 4:39:55, 5Jill Wofsey 5:24:15, 6-Mark Foster 5:25:19, 7-George Lockhard 5:25:20, 8-Bud Fennema 5:33:52, 9-Heather Fuselier 5:41:37, 10-Matt Minno 5:45:07, 11-Bill Hillison 5:45:07, 12-Kelly Garland 5:49:24, 13-Wayne McComb 5:52:55, 14-Keith Kettrey 5:53:06, 15-Cody Magda 5:55:59, 16-Mary Scott 5:56:22, 17Ben Hall 5:56:33, 18-John Marc Tomlinson 5:56:47, 19-Lorna Castellanos 6:01:01, 20-Robert Wigen 6:09:58, 21-Nate Hannah 6:20:12, 22-Richard Westbrook 6:29:43, 23-George Maxwell 6:30:51, 24-Kathleen Wheeler 6:31:17, 25-Chris Vanlandingham 6:38:44. 26-Mark Fuller 6:38:49, 27-Shenoa Creer 6:40:50, 28-Ithel Jones 6:44:44, 29-Addison Hendricks 6:55:29, 30-Vicki Sue Merry 7:07:29, 31-Keith Berry 7:1120, 32-Donald Vanoteghem 7:13:34, 33-Carlos Zapata 7:17:10, 34-Robyn Griffin 7:20:16, 35-Tolar Griffin 7:20:16, 36-Charles White 7:24:57, 37-Jeff Picker 7:43:49, 38-Marsha White 7:48:46, 39-Carey Clarkson 8:15:50, 40-Sherry Howell 8:21:17, 41-Mellody Hughes 8:36:32.
more results at running.net Prior 1:39:19. 30-34 – Jamie Chantlos 1:29:42, Lindsay Drake 1:46:16, Jessica Sapienza 1:46:21. 35-39 – Lori Skipper 1:34:59, Natalie Piszek 1:36:59, Caitlin Constantine 1:38:30. 40-44 – Wendy Tocha 1:40:59, Christine Valdes 1:44:17, Heather Bilotta 1:45:42. 45-49 – Kath Frailing 1:38:23, Laura Cole 1:39:10, Brenda George 1:41:11. 50-54 – Beth WonickerCook 1:53:04, Ann Hunsader 1:55:04, Suzanne Zsiga 1:56:42. 55-59 – Kaaron Benson 1:53:51, Julide Burak 2:04:18, Carol Greening 2:04:30. 60-64 – Lee Ankrum 1:59:50, Clare Kelley 2:00:03, Karen Alexeev 2:05:24. 65-69 – Maria Vigil-Kennedy 2:21:13, Lan Repinski 2:23:49, Valerie Sestir 2:32:03. 70-74 – Ginger Herring 2:54:53.
Anthony Douaihy was the winner of the Holiday Halfathon.
Boudreaux 2:46:49. 75-79 – Joe Pelley 2:02:27, Richard Vance 4:10:35. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – 1-Stephanie Dinius 1:13:41, 2-Esther Atkins 1:13:46, 3-Laurie Knowles 1:13:48, 4Keely Maguire 1:13:49, 5-Dylan Hassett 1:14:09, 6-Olivia Mickle 1:14:15, 7-Erin Osment 1:14:18, 8-Tera Moody 1:14:19, 9Ashley Brasovan 1:14:30, 10-Brianne Nelson 1:14:34. Masters – Molly Watke 1:17:29, Kim Pawelek Brantly 1:26:42, Tracy Dutra 1:29:52. 14-19 – Jenny Taylor 1:42:13, Taylor McArthur 1:53:02, Abigail Perkins 1:55:15. 20-24 – Nicole DiMercurio 1:14:37, Bethany Sachtleben 1:15:37, Joanna Thomson 1:16:23. 25-29 – Karen Roa 1:14:35, Bridget Lyons 1:14:49, Rosie Edwards 1:16:32. 30-34 – Sara Slattery 1:15:07, Elizabeth Herndon 1:15:24, Jessica Odorcic 1:16:05. 35-39 – Wendy Thomas 1:14:52, Zoila Gomez 1:15:27, Ruth Perkins 1:18:34. 40-44 – Melissa Hersh 1:30:58, Helen Olafsdottir 1:32:40, Michele Anthony 1:33:47. 45-49 – Karen Stellhorn 1:31:42, Barbara Gowdy 1:35:40, Elisabeth English 1:41:23 50-54 – Dana Black 1:42:05, Laura Stepp 1:42:27, Lisa Thomas 1:43:34. 55-59 – Denise Dailey 1:45:51, Terri Rose 1:46:44, Amy Cords 1:54:40. 60-64 – Leslie Hague 1:45:05, Stephanie Griffith 1:51:34, Dawn Montooth 1:53:07. 65-69 – Molly Gray 2:09:49, Theresa Coomes 2:13:17, Marsha Carter 2:46:30. 70-74 – Arlene Olson 3:16:48. 75-79 – Esther Van Duzee 2:48:48.
GEORGIA Carpet Capital 10 miler Dalton, GA – 12/10
Florida Holiday Halfathon Half Marathon Madeira Beach, FL – 12/11 There were 825 runners and walkers who jingled all the way to the finish line at the 15th Annual Holiday Halfathon & Relay. The point-to-point course, which is fast, flat, scenic at 10–25 feet above sea level, has become an annual holiday tradition for many locals and running clubs.
Male, Overall – Anthony Douaihy 1:14:11. Michael MacDonald 1:15:02, Sean Gallagher 1:17:59. Masters – Mike Galvin 1:20:01, Mike Gilmore 1:30:29, Larr y Smart 1:31:37. Grandmasters – Larry Cerling 1:33:15, Albert Wieringa 1:34:37, Todd Engle 1:37:47. 14-under – Owen Lagrande 1:43:53, Noah Nero 2:25:07, Ethan Abrenica 3:29:44. 15-19 – Christian Kondor 1:20:32, Dustin Fletcher 1:33:11, Alex Quesada 1:33:22. 20-24 – Chris Yanichko 1:19:34, Antonio Romero 1:34:25, Patrick Dwyer 1:39:04. 25-29 – Matthew Altimari 1:24:00, David Dunkel 1:24:38, Kellen Leja 1:34:21. 30-34 – Michael O’Rourke 1:28:05, Vincent Tenaglia 1:28:22, Jonathan Domico 1:33:59. 35-39 – Lee Stephens 1:18:07, Quint Noordstar 1:24:48, Robert Pulsifer 1:25:55. 40-44 – Ray Jerauld 1:31:45, Gregory Cowles 1:40:09, Ethan Lerman 1:40:54. 45-49 – Bill Cottrell 1:31:57, Anthony Harwood 1:32:19, Mark Palamar 1:32:30. 50-54 – Aaron Richardson 1:39:01, Owen Deckinga 1:39:23, Michael Hubbard 1:40:19. 55-59 – David Longacre 1:39:14, Joseph Gibbons 1:39:33, Mark Lane 1:41:48. 60-64 – Michael Birnbaum 1:41:51, Tom Schuster 1:53:41, Danny Smith 2:00:49. 65-69 – Joe Link 1:52:34, Richard Guyer 1:58:14, Steven Grudis 1:58:51. 70-74 – Tom Rademacher 2:11:09, John Walsh 2:11:48, Lary Robinson 2:19:51. 75-over – Jack Keefe 3:35:22. Female, Overall – Becky Howarth 1:23:16, Kristen Tenaglia 1:24:50, Christina Noordstar 1:28:45. Masters – Terri Rejimbal 1:31:45, Laurin Farrior 1:33:23, Donna Silver 1:33:43. Grandmasters – Beth Bryan 1:43:38, Patricia Junqueira 1:44:30, Lisa Gomborone 1:50:50. 14-under – Briar-Rose Honeywell –Sykes 1:48:36, Rona Angelina Marzban 1:58:18, Trinty Costello 2:24:01. 15-19 – Hannah McAuliffe 1:35:28, Emma Grantges 1:38:07, Meghan Gregoire 1:52:39. 20-24 – Hailey Krzyston 1:36:37, Katlyn Eble 1:38:50, Alicia Ferraro 1:58:14. 25-29 – Hilary Weinberg 1:31:35, Jessic Bachiochi 1:34:32, Danielle
Becky Howarth led the females at the Holiday Halfathon.
Jacksonville Marathon/Half Marathon Jacksonville, FL – 12/18
Male, Marathon: Overall – Nick Filippazzo 2:23:33, Ryan Sloan 2:38:42, Justin Jacobs 2:41:33. Masters – Chuck Engle 2:54:03. 14-19 – Grant Werthman 3:30:11, Jake Hollingsworth 4:14:35, Aryan Sheth 4:22:20. 20-24 – Zach Eagle 2:47:22, Christian Yeatts 3:01:48, Nick Bussian 3:05:37. 25-29 – Cody Pontius 2:45:50, Philip Pasch 2:47:09, Marcus DiLallo 2:50:22. 30-34 – Corey Peyerk 2:46:41, Kevin Stone 2:56:01, Andrew Clarke 2:58:33. 35-39 – Kristopher Shold 2:45:13, Drew Rabun 2:45:26, Jacob Kaemmer 2:46:06. 40-44 – Kethanda Som 3:01:24, Patrick Gallagher 3:01:53, Neil Chandler 3:03:33. 4549 – Samir Krivokapa 2:55:47, Peter Laskowski 3:07:16, Carlos Graham 3:08:44. 50-54 – Robert Fischer 3:15:38, John Dodd 3:23:13, Tom Youth 3:24:58. 55-59 – Jean-Louis Beaudonet 3:06:25, Steve Johnson 3:32:55, Douglas McRainey 3:37:47. 60-64 – Chuck Chapman 3:37:02, Charlie Jones 3:48:08, James McCan 3:51:20. 65-69 – Vincent Cafferty 3:46:50, Steven Norbeck 3:56:35, Doug Degenhardt 4:10:24. 70-74 – Robert Walker 4:16:24, Edward Green 4:48:25, Gary Ruff 5:01:27. 75-79 – John Ouweleen 3:32:58, Chuck Van Duzee 5:20:34, Michael Dunn 5:50:16. Female, Marathon: Overall – Anne Elise Creamer 2:57:43, Jacki Wachtel 2:58:07, Regina Sooey 3:16:47. Masters – Bonnie Barr 3:20:52. 14-19 – Sarah Anderson 4:16:05, Paige Ward 4:48:42, Taylor Miller 6:12:41. 20-24 – Hannah Montague 3:30:53, Jamie Schramm 3:46:54, Kristie Yang 4:26:27. 25-29 – Jessica Munday 3:47:16, Jenniffer Johnson 4:16:04, Victoria HeberLace 4:21:16. 30-34 – Simone Angela Winkler 3:30:05, Meredith DeFrnco 3:31:40, Melissa Jones 3:34:48. 35-39 – Stefani Sodl 3:27:23, Jennifer Smith 3:32:04, Whitney Cherner 3:37:54. 4044 – Gretchen Loyd 3:31:40, Debbie Basham 3:32:50, Julie Huyett 3:36:47. 45-49 – Debbie Scheel 3:34:04, Kim Olson 3:47:58, Angela Bartlett 3:48:18. 50-54 – Rosa Haslip 3:33:35, Jeanett Carifi 3:54:27, Rebecca Cosgrove 3:55:56. 55-59 – Kathy Gagnier 3:37:11, Julie Sands 3:40:51, Gail Norman 3:45:06. 60-64 – Ami Yanni 3:40:09, Clare Kelley 4:12:26, Karen Wilson 4:18:36. Male, Half Marathon: Overall – 1-Jonathan Grey 1:02:47, 2-Fernand Cabada 1:03:25, 3-Chris Derrick 1:03:41, 4-Sean Quigley 1:03:45, 5-Stephen Furst 1:04:24, 6-Makorobondo Salukombo 1:04:25, 7-Jacob Sienko 1:04:26, 8-Arya Bahreini 1:04:26, 9-Mark Leininger 1:04:26, 10-Andrew Weaver 1:04:27. Masters – Kevin Castile 1:04:33, Jim Fullarton 1:22:08, Gerrit van den Bos 1:22:10. 10-under – Tyler Dahlman 2:45:16. 11-13 – Kendall Boyd 2:16:37, Bruce Deadman 2:20:41, Adam Manzengruber 2:50:13. 14-19 – Aidan Amstutz 1:24:02, Richard Bortzfield 1:31:45, Benjamin Ahn 1:40:53. 20-24 – Sean Davidson 1:04:34, Ryan Miller 1:4:35, Sean Gildea 1:06:28. 25-29 – Andrew Weaver 1:04:27, Nick Holmes 1:04:28, Patrick Reagan 1:04:29. 30-34 – Robert Cheseret 1:05:49, Austin Richmond 1:06:14, Christopher Sloane 1:06:50. 35-39 – Anthony Famiglietti 1:06:20, Nate Jenkins 1:06:52, Ruben Chirinos 1:18:07. 40-44 – Jamie Marchio 1:22:25, Scott Miller 1:25:28, Rick Oblak 1:26:09. 45-49 – Jason Lewis 1:22:28, Scott Tremaine 1:24:06, Chris Guldbakke 1:24:25. 50-54 – Hal Gilreath 1:28:39, Robert McCoy 1:30:36, Danny Barrett 1:32:20. 55-59 – David Farraday 1:30:27, Johnny Sansalone 1:33:27, Joe Gonzalez 1:39:29. 60-64 – Danny West 1:34:08, Juann Carlos Mejia 1:36:22, Jorge Fernandez 1:42:01. 65-69 – Gary Romesser 1:27:40, Alan Poer 1:34:42, Fred Stewart 1:53:46. 7074 – Emory Moody 2:06:56, Frank Frazier 2:19:51, Walter
hear race legends speak about “then and now”. The third year of the Jeff Galloway Race Weekend saw sunny weather with cooler temperatures, which provided ideal race conditions. New and added partners/sponsors delighted runners and walkers at the finish line with “refuel options” ranging from muffins by Sweet Tomatoes in Atlanta, Cheese from CABOT, Coffee by Blue Donkey Coffee, warm oatmeal by Savannah Oatmeal Company; Refuel drinks came from Muscle Milk, Suja Juice and Accelerate, in addition to water provided by Crystal. The organizers and all sponsoring partners went out of their way to make participants and spectators alike feel welcome by providing a fun and positive athletic environment. https://jeffgalloway131.com/sponsors Hundreds of volunteers supported the runners each day of the event to make locals and out of towners, who came from east and west coast locations and nearly all 50 states, welcome in the festive holiday atmosphere of the race events. The Jeff Galloway Race Weekend presented the opportunity for a large variety of runners, from young children to mature adults, to participate and be part of running legends and 1972 Olympian Jeff Galloway's signature hometown event in Atlanta. The beautiful course highlights some of Atlanta's most historical landmarks. Runners start in Midtown Atlanta, traveling parallel to the M.L.K. historical site, and wind through the Freedom Parkway Trail by the Carter Center. The 13.1-mile route is one of the only in town races that incorporates the Beltline's Eastside Trail into the course. The focus of the race is the finish at Piedmont Park. Results of all races, including prior years, can be found at: https://jeffgalloway131.com/race-history/
Male, Overall – Caleb Morgan 1:02:19. Masters – Hilario Mendez 1:08:03. Grandmasters – Zoltan Szabo 1:11:15. Senior Grandmasters – Tom Joiner 1:14:37. 19-under – Noah Morales 1:09:11, Nate Dunlap 1:13:13, Lane Hollis 1:16:13. 20-24 – Enrique Ruiz 1:12:50. 25-29 – Aurelio Jacobo 1:12:41, Eric Amodor 1:24:19, Sebastian Tomas 1:27:02. 30-34 – Welsey Wortman 1:21:29, Michael Hullender 1:23:44, Rudy Beaty 1:29:31. 35-39 – Kyle Kristin 1:11:46, Rusty Lee 1:18:49, Kevin Ellis 1:24:16. 40-44 – Nathan Camara 1:14:19, Charles Westrip 1:30:44, Thomas Turner 1:56:49. 4549 – Bernardo Lopez 1:12:50, Carl Jordan 1:15:41, Rob Lowe 1:25:06. 50-54 – Jeff White 1:12:53, David Moghani 1:13:37, John Selman 1:24:08. 55-59 – Steve Ingham 1:23:53, Tom Kelly 1:25:49, Tim Fortune 1:35:17. 60-64 – David Beltz 1:20:21, Terry Patterson 1:22:25, Joe Davis 1:39:35. 65-69 – Gary Hosmer 1:28:24, Tim Effler 1:36:58, Steve Bennett 1:37:09. 7074 – Bruce Labudde 1:32:45, Dan Gould 1:33:33, Wes Breeding 2:09:37. Female, Overall – Audrey Smith 1:06:46. Masters – Kristen Mullett 1:15:45. Grandmasters – Susan Breeding 1:21:22. Senior Grandmasters – Cathy Gracey 1:41:08. 19-under – Elizabeth Westrip 1:28:22, Sydney Selman 2:13:13, Abby Glass 2:14:28. 20-24 – McKenzie Carlisi 1:41:26. 25-29 – Yasmin Martinez 1:23:52, Caitlin Reeck 1:26:41, Patricia Cu Cuyuch 1:31:39. 30-34 – Nikki Wortman 1:36:24, Kristen Krnjic 1:37:28, Miranda Jordan 1:59:02. 40-44 – Janis Kelman 1:16:32, Audra Bullock 1:39:24, Lorilyn Hicks 1:44:23. 45-49 – Amie Gabriel 1:26:27, Robyn Ward 1:28:37, Susie Crisler 1:28:39. 50-54 – Lisa Hughey 1:32:29, Donna Henry 1:35:58, Pam Keeter 1:37:56. 55-59 – Cynthia Byrer 2:13:02, Debby McRae 2:20:49, Dayanne Baucom 2:34:52. 60-64 – Jacqueline Childers 1:54:26, Gail Mahan 2:01:45. 65-69 – Clee Williams 1:52:51, Kathy Givens 2:22:40. 70-74 – Sue Anne Brown 1:56:35, Bonnie Wassin 2:34:51.
Sleigh Bells on the Square 5K Marietta, GA – 12/10
Male, Overall – David Savic 16:22. Masters – Dan Clark 20:15. 10-under – Benjamin Homansky 23:49, Parker Gurley 24:11, Jack Janci 25:31. 11-14 – Michael Brosnock 19:24, Davis Williams 20:51, James May 21:39. 15-19 – Caleb Johnson 19:23, Nick Potts 20:44, Ben Gordon 21:38. 20-24 – Stephen Sola 23:55, Christopher Griffin 24:07, Daniel Brake 26:00. 25-29 – Craig Hince 21:27, David Williamson 26:33, Brian Callaghan 26:50. 30-34 – Keith Mazonkey 21:57, Kurt Forbes 22:33, Ramses Rivas 23:48. 35-39 – Richard Knight 20:08, Adam Johnson 21:46, Jon Koleski 22:03. 40-44 – Stephen Arsenault 22:35, Mike Donohue 23:15, Joshua Weeks 23:26. 45-49 – David McCullough 21:41, Michael Baker 22:31, Ron Speir 22:37. 50-54 – Christopher MacDonald 24:38, Oliver Black 25:06, Mark Adams 25:29. 55-59 – James Mathews 24:03, Ronnie Baker 24:04, Gregory Leontovich 24:17. 60-64 – Barry May 28:06, Raleigh Hawes 29:39, Bob Wolfe 31:09. 65-69 – Bill Bauman 26:53, Vince Smith 30:04, Everett Dessert 34:17. 70-over – David Marotte 31:49, John Wallace 33:00, Larry Wartes 40:13. Female, Overall – Sara Morrison 20:05. Masters – Jadene Burgess 22:32. 10-under – Catherine Chandler 27:32, Emaly Fought 27:53, Avery Graham 29:27. 11-14 – McKenna Trapheagen 20:26, Betsy Gordon 21:40, Ainsley Cole 23:35. 15-19 – Samantha Murray 23:01, Amanda Lambert 23:43, Ella Nelson 23:48. 20-24 – Vanessa Felso 23:49, Kali Mitchell 23:58, Cashe Harris 25:29. 25-29 – Lauren Zauche 23:48, Brittany Blumenthal 25:30, Colleen Callaghan 26:49. 30-34 – Whitney Swanson 22:03, Brittany Kelland 23:14, Shannon Moore 26:57. 35-39 – Kate Henderson 24:12, Heather Hoersch 24:17, Tricia Laux 25:54. 40-44 – Christy Barton 24:51, Janet McGovern 25:34, Amy Cole 27:09. 45-49 – Cecily Abernathy 25:26, Gina Shumpert 27:09, Jennifer King 27:44. 50-54 – Carolyn Polakowski 25:58, Kelly Hardison 28:19, Emily Adams 29:27. 55-59 – Mary Hayden 24:28, Kat Richardson 26:59, Ruth Henderson 28:27. 60-64 – Linda Pieri 29:29, Patrice Pollock 33:45, Cindy Burnham 36:18. 65-69 – Linda Wartes 34:46, Brenda McKelvey 35:29, Judith Humphries 39:57. 70-over – Judy Barnett 30:06, Velma Radloff 45:16, Phyllis Kandul 57:29.
Graves, Hays Winners of Galloway 13.1 at Race Weekend
ATLANTA - Nick Graves was overall winner of the half marathon on Dec. 11 at the Jeff Galloway Race Weekend, finishing in 1:19:18. Adam Newton was second in 1:20:17, followed by Brian Post in 1:21:08. Top female was Shannon Hays in 1:38:36. Susan Thomas was second in 1:38:50, and Glenda Adams third in 1:39:39. Complete results of all races: https://runsignup.com/Race/Results/?raceId=6135#resultS etId-53370 The third annual Jeff Galloway Race Weekend had close to 3000 participants taking part in the stellar 13.1 Jeff Galloway Half Marathon, Barb's 5K, and the Kids Fun Run. A 2-day expo at the Westin Peachtree in downtown Atlanta and the Jeff Galloway speaker series drew participants and visitors to check out novelties from running gear providers and
L-R, half marathoners Adam Newton, Nick Graves (winner), and Brian Post
LOUISIANA Ole Man River Half Marathon/5K Gretna, LA – 12/17
Male, Half marathon: Overall – Ian Carr 1:18:17, Matt Greco 1:29:04, Kyle Straub 1:32:02. Masters – Daric Bass 1:39:08. Grandmasters – Raynelle Lennix 1:49:33. Senior Grandmasters – Barry Creppel 1:53:14. Youth - Jackson Shelby 1:47:25. 16-19 – John Kling 1:32:09, Nicholas Lavalla 2:00:14. 20-24 – Brian Hartman 1:52:29, Breaux Tubbs 2:07:23. 25-29 – Frank Cousart 1:33:23, Brandon Ferrari 1:40:45. 30-34 – John Parso 1:33:29, David Chaix 1:36:28. 35-39 – Timothy Connolly 1:36:29, Nathan Gaudet 1:43:17. 40-44 – Nelson Rios 1:44:40, Marcus Manuel 1:46:48. 45-49 – Jody Ledet 1:39:28, Dewey Scandurro 1:42:20. 50-54 – Bryan Cichon 1:54:23, Steve Mauer 1:55:45. 55-59 – Ed Freytag 2:00:16, Will Hohenschutz 2:00:36. 60-64 – Kenneth Massett 1:58:01, Ken Larson 1:59:31. 65-69 – George Freeland 2:12:29, Hubert Herre 2:17:40. 70-74 – Horace Bynum 3:10:02. Racewalker – Steve Rojas 2:33:56. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Bree Strenkowski 1:32:30, Kristin Wenstrom 1:35:47, Meghann Lawson 1:36:05. Masters – Jaime Sauer 1:47:04. Grandmasters – Kathy Manizza 1:57:24, Senior Grandmasters – Candace Gibson 2:02:25. Youth – Syafina Mohammed 2:26:59. 16-19 – Anna Bilich 2:47:35, Maggie Prados 3:42:07. 20-24 – Hannah Sanford 1:43:17, Emma Erst 1:47:32. 25-29 – Laurenn Ybarzabal 1:42:35, Maggie Gustafson 1:59:22. 30-34 – Emily Cleland 1:39:16, Grace Thacker 1:40:58. 35-39 – Brandy Bower 1:47:35, Jill Marie Kenyon 1:49:27. 40-44 – Amy Kessler 1:48:07, Angela Blanchard 1:52:29. 45-49 – Amanda Carmon 1:53:21, Michelle Campisi 1:59:58. 50-54 – Marilyn Jenkins 1:58:51, Phyllis Bardot 2:08:21. 55-59 – Suzanne Calhoun 2:20:34, Rebecca Brown 2:29:14. 60-64 – Joan Album 2:15:20, Linda Conner 2:28:08. 65-69 – Carolyn Fink 3:00:10, Jeanne Durnestre 3:04:19. Racewalker – Suzanne Ward 3:12:32. Male, 5K: Overall – Christopher Wagner 18:44. Masters – Timothy Priest 21:09. Grandmasters – Alex Thomas 21:47. Senior Grandmasters – J. Roger Brown 23:05. Youth – Cooper Monzon 19:21. 15-under – Morgan Hebert 20:28, Timmy Peterman 23:03. 20-24 – Jahan Claes 24:46. 25-29 – Jared Landry 24:15, Thomas Maestri 26:23. 30-34 – Fred Hornberger 21:59, James Winfield 26:25. 35-39 – Kenny Davis 22:36, William Lowe 22:51. 40-44 – Tommy Guidroz 22:24, Trent Loyd 23:46. 45-49 – Chris Roper 21:58, Ryan Porche 24:57. 50-54 – Doug Arena 22:43, Edward McDonald 25:14. 55-59 – Jeffrey Vinzant 25:27, Paul Glahn 27:39. 60-64 – Hank Willie 24:52, Benny Collins 27:59. 65-69 – Patrick Clancy 25:59, Harry Schrieffer 27:08.
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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 70-74 – Juan Perez 24:41, Kenneth Wollfarth 31:16. 75-79 – Dick Longo 30:42, John Rincon 41:11. Racewalker – Gary Sells 38:03. Female, 5K: Overall – Nayeli Perea 21:59. Masters – Lori Gaston 24:40. Grandmasters – Lisa Bode 30:50. Senior Grandmasters – Germaine Carroll 31:24. Youth – Fiona Collins 23:50. 15-under – Elizabeth Bourg 26:30, Daisy Ohmes 27:59. 1619 – Claire Dinwiddie 34:08, Emma Bossier 34:58. 20-24 – Lizbeth Aguilar 22:37, Emma Ondik 25:31. 25-29 – Kim Navarette 23:27, Melissa Renaudin 28:08. 30-34 – Frances Finley 23:31, Claire Burke 29:47. 35-39 – Sarah Burton 28:13, Erika McDermott 29:20. 40-44 – Annie Chambers 24:48, Vanessa Ohmes 25:22. 45-49 – Kristy Phillipi 27:02, Melissa Mauer 30:08. 50-54 – Caren Singleton 32:15, Zonia Sierra 32:45. 55-59 – Peggy Gould 31:45, Vicki Saucier 33:43. 60-64 – Annemarie Clancy 51:49, Max Bourgeois 56:23. 65-69 – Marcia Finkelstein 34:40, Charlene Brazell 38:42. 70-74 – Diane Gee 51:03. Racewalker – Pat Driscoll 40:26.
MISSISSIPPI Battle on Buffet Beach Obstacle Course 5K Pascagoula, MS – 12/3
Male, Open: Overall – Curtis Wright 24:05. 14-17 – Logan Stone 26:49, Caden Hinman 35:05, Andrew Mills 44:44. 18-19 – Daniel Lawrence 59:33. 20-24 – Brian Huttner 29:00, Jordan Brown 30:33, Andy Monet 33:24. 25-29 – Chad McCreary 29:30, Trey Mohler 30:21, Jeffrey Harvison 32:55. 30-39 – James Shadrick 26:28, Eric Davis 26:31, Joey Kelly 28:14. 40-49 – Jeb Berry 27:39, Kevin Moore 30:43, Brian Fulton 32:07. 50-59 – Jerry Nobles 33:15, Matthew Piper 33:34, Joseph Huffman 34:10. 60-over – Jimmy Krebs 37:09, Jim Blevins 42:41, Peter Muncie 42:41. Female, Open: Overall – Cicely Wallis 32:56. 14-17 – Ashley Anchor 1:00:08. 20-24 – Jacquelyn Modist 41:29, Elena Warren 44:58, Emily Clark 52:38. 25-29 – Taylor Borries 35:38, Jennifer Costello 37:55, Carly Somerset 40:15. 30-39 – Gina Koepp 35:33, Misty Marshall 37:09, Brittany Powell 38:01. 40-49 – Karen Strickland 37:02, Darcie Crew 38:34, Tina Fritz 40:18. 50-59 – Susan Linn 38:05, Cindy Coon 39:01, Laura Lovelace 40:57. 60-over – Diane Hilsabeck 1:10:31. Male, Elite – 20-24 – Austin Twilley 37:38. 25-29 – Jim Lawrence 29:06. 30-39 – Gary Giffin 26:03, Karl Baldwin 26:52, Gene Spivey 27:16. 40-49 – Doug Snyder 25:17, Tarzan Treadway 27:06, Dwayne Legrand 40:22. 50-59 – Mickey Clanton 34:06, Billy Bob Brabston 35:31, David Gress 39:30. 60-over – Ben Moore 51:14. Female, Elite -18-19 – Jessica Walsh 58:50. 25-29 – Katherine Windham 37:46, Candace Clark 43:38, Becca Vanderford 44:10. 30-39 – Lilian Perez 35:14, Melissa Walsh 58:59, Bobbi Parker 1:13:19. 40-49 – Rachel Mercer 37:09, Tracey Binion 38:31, Jennifer Holland 38:43. 50-59 – Darlene Twilley 54:36, Laurie Farnell 55:33, San Hall 1:12:01.
NORTH CAROLINA Frosty 5K Kernersville, NC – 12/4
Male, Overall – Sean Zaidi 18:28, Corbin Lanowitz 18:38, Curtis Swisher 18:47. 14-under – Myles Payne 24:05, Brayden Cresimore 24:07, Andrew Lambert 30:57. 15-19 – Spencer Twiddy 23:40, Austin Britt 25:22, Arel Dagostino 28:51. 20-24 – Michael Sand 22:01. 25-29 – Rick Schaefer 23:17, Joshua Green 32:20, Zach Bodenheimer 33:25. 30-34 – Christopher Plum 23:07. 35-39 – Pradeep Khakural 27:23, Marshall Dillard 31:03. 40-44 – Sean Caviness 23:25, Juan Reyes-Rendon 26:08. 45-49 – Chris Elliott 22:20, Dale Gregory 23:58, Mark Twiddy 27:18. 50-54 – Paul Augustine 18:52, Richard Ellis 21:38, Robert Hodges 22:09. 5559 – Malcolm Macdougall 21:31, Ken Peterson 26:02, Rob Rogers 28:25. 60-64 – Feliz Lopez 22:50, Roger LaDue 34:45. Female, Overall – Allison Peters 20:24, Jennifer Siegenhaler 21:53, Zoila Lambert 23:28. 14-under – Victoria Gregory 23:38, Peapod Caviness 27:48, Hailey Lambert 35:58. 20-24 – Maddie Lamere 26:56. 25-29 – Jamie Brendle 26:25, Meagan Nelson 30:04, Kathryn Pennington 33:26. 30-34 – Kelly Hopkins 29:26, Julie Smith 34:07. 35-39 – Kelly Kellum 28:53. 40-44 – Stephanie Tickehoff 36:14. 45-49 – Elena Payne 31:11, Kelly Parsons 31:14, Sue Bubel 34:07. 50-54 – Carey Dagostino 37:01. 55-59 – Mary Gertz 32:46. 60-64 – Margaret LaDue 32:27.
Reindeer Dash for Cash 5K Greenville, NC – 12/4
Male, 10 miler: Overall – Justin Pfruender 54:32, Robert Youtz 58:34, Jose Solis 58:41. 15-under – Josh Barker 1:12:46, Jack Carlyle 1:16:43, Jackson Wilkie 1:24:31. 16-19 – Josh Laney 1:12:42, Matt Weaver 1:13:43. 20-24 – David Morrison 1:15:43, Wallace Exum 1:24:22, Will Gurin 1:30:27. 25-29 – Jacob Moskowitz 1:10:43, Michael Goldbsury 1:11:23, Taylor Ellis 1:21:38. 30-34 – D.J. Dore 58:50, Christopher Lang 1:12:30, Kevin Whyte 1:14:36. 3539 – Joseph Sutton 1:12:25, Tedrick Kelly 1:16:25, Matthew Noble 1:18:42. 40-44 – Dustin Canestorp 1:12:52, Greg McKinney 1:13:07, Michael Forrester 1:13:14. 45-49 – Jeremy Stevens 1:04:20, Charles Boulineau 1:10:05, Frank Fisher 1:20:22. 50-54 – Michael Lee 1:09:56, Bert Kelly 1:11:09, Tim MacKenzie 1:17:48. 55-59 – Joe Houmard 1:12:58, Michael Arnold 1:13:51, Lawrence Abalos 1:22:07. 60-64 – Mark Hambleton 1:23:21. 65-69 – Ted Bales 1:25:57, Michael Colombo 1:28:24, Poppy Taylor 1:36:15. 70-over – John Lennox 1:56:58, Robert Morrison 2:06:37. Female, 10 miler: Overall – Molly Nunn 1:01:23, Mandy Becker 1:06:36, Katie Houmard 1:06:41. 15-under – Areli Garcia 1:33:44. 16-19 – Bina Amin 1:31:33. 20-24 – Kelsey Weiss 1:20:19, Tina Oguejiofor 1:24:36, Mona Amin 1:26:54. 25-29 – Crystal Fischer 1:18:38, Carolyn Brennan 1:18:39, Sarah Ashley 1:22:36. 30-34 – Brooke Richardson 1:14:00, Kristen Capogrossi 1:17:03, Danielle Ulam 1:21:44. 3539 – Kristen Fowler 1:21:20, Allison Connelly 1:26:44, Kathleen McKinnon 1:28:08. 40-44 – Elizabeth Nelson 1:15:45, Sue Karnatz 1:19:40, Erika Price 1:23:27. 45-49 – Emma Holscher 1:32:54, Jeness Campbell 1:39:25, Maria Kirk 1:43:40. 50-54 –
more results at running.net Julia Black Bonner 1:27:58, Julie Warren 1:31:01, Lara Moore 1:35:10. 55-59 – Debbie Abalos 1:33:51, Jackie Rasmussen 1:39:54, Pamela Landers 1:42:02. 60-64 – Laurie Godwin 1:35:10. Male, 5K: Overall – Pete Gibson 18:24, Henry Forrester 18:30, Gary Franks 18:53. 10-under – Will Malpass 22:59, Jack D’Alonzo 23:11, David Gien 26:57. 11-15 - Phillip Williamson 20:41, William Gray 22:13, Jackson Kirk 23:17. 16-19 – Chase Zabriskie 24:34, Laith Hamed 26:32. 20-24 – Dillon Britt 20:50, John Byrne 22:26, Breone Crooms 26:36. 25-29 – Zachary Schneider 20:06, Jordan Ellis 22:14, Brett Marcoux 22:37. 30-34 – Dana Lynch 20:34, James Fallon 23:40, Justin Little 23:59. 35-39 – Brad Wilkinson 19:08, Shawn Horton 19:53, Chris Novakoski 20:16. 40-44 – Kevin Youngs 22:37, Richard D’Alonzo 23:31, Bob May 23:33. 45-49 – William Gray 22:21, Chris Hasty 26:38, Kevin Gross 26:45. 50-54 – Stuart Oliphant 24:27, Eric Stedman 25:46, Albert Girmus 29:05. 55-59 – Ashley Bass 21:40, Martin Gibson 25:39, John Gardiner 27:57. 60-64 – James Clarke 23:02, Bill Cole 29:44, Terrence Flanagan 32:40. 65-69 – Eddie Buchanan 20:55. 70-over – Ronnie Davenport 30:39. Female, 5K: Overall – Barbara Bradford 19:30, Brie Berkowitz 20:27, Lauren Dicktel 20:35. 10-under – Isabella Dunn 30:50, Lorelai Miller 31:19, Diana Garcia 32:09. 11-15 – Madeline Obeirne 24:58, Madeline Smith 25:43, Catherine O’Brien 25:47. 16-19 – Meghan Bewick 23:29, Rachel Bewick 24:44, Kelsey Cole 30:09. 20-24 – Hanna Berghout 24:12, Taylor Holt 25:02, Allie Klavik 26:22. 25-29 – Erinn Latta 21:50, Laura Loveless 23:48, Stephanie Murad 23:52. 30-34 – Sarah Horn 21:41, Caitlin Rafter 23:26, Katy Fuson 23:34. 35-39 – Leanne Jones 24:47, Melita Nowlan 25:58, Elizabeth Zwart 27:42. 40-44 – Tiffany Delano 22:25, Kim Harris 29:39, Mary Moore 29:41. 45-49 – Jennifer Curtin 21:19, Liz Henderson 27:20, Lisa Tarantino 28:00. 50-54 – Cole Warren 27:03, Jan Fisher 28:18 Missi Foster 29:12. 55-59 – Tracy Cox 30:43, Christine Harker 31:29, Debbie Chapman 33:09. 60-64 – Gaye Irman 32:07, Cheryl Flanagan 32:38, Susan Tripp 34:13. 65-69 – Katie Rankin 43:19.
SOUTH CAROLINA Jingle Bell 5K Lugoff, SC – 12/3
Male, Overall – William Moran 18:25, Mario Alvarez 21:21, Dennis McAvoy 21:58. 10-under – Billy Robertson 26:10, Brody Peake 26:32, Joseph Harmon 26:50. 11-14 – JT Gardner 22:36, Daniel Gillespie 22:52, Patrick Koeppen 23:09. 15-19 – Zachary Koeppen 23:21. 20-24 – Hunter Smith 24:54. 25-29 – Joshua Raulerson 37:43. 30-34 – Alex Arredondo 24:21, Michael Shoff 36:56, Matt Spolski 38:05. 40-44 – William Nelson 30:41, Bill Cecil 38:35, Tony Pittman 39:14. 45-49 – Scott Ranges 24:12, Doug Koeppen 25:15, Jon Ramold 25:16. 50-54 – Charles Nichols 27:05, Kevin Flowers 27:22, Todd Barrett 46:43. 60-64 – David Graham 27:13, Bill Dulaney 44:40, Terry Volcke 48:32. 65-69 – Albert Anderson 23:49. 70-over – Arnold Floyd 25:46, Bob Rogers 43:06. Female, Overall – Heather Costello 20:48, Sharon Cole 23:27, Kara Clyburn 24:21. 10-under – Nathalie Boron 35:06, Lauren Boron 35:07, Makaylee Catoe 38:35. 11-14 – Olivia Robertson 27:06, Mary Evelyn Herndon 33:48. 15-19 – Ryanne Hall 42:08. 20-24 – Meagan Shaw 31:37, Austin Mechling 38:05, Brianna Alexander 46:49. 25-29 – Sara Mitchell 27:31, Mehrun Rahman 27:31, Megan Munn 29:58. 30-34 – Laura Holt 24:57, Kristin Connell 26:40, Amanda Cecil 28:02. 35-39 – Stephanie Greenway 27:28, Kate Peake 30:55, Shelly Soan 37:11. 40-44 – Nikki Campbell 26:15, Betsy Long 26:54, Marianne Esparza 28:00. 45-49 – Tana Simmons 28:20, April McKay 29:09, Shana Herndon 33:49. 50-54 – Lindy Cashion 27:27, Karen McAvoy 28:47, Lisa McClain 32:46. 55-59 – Lis Bleadale 39:46, Vicki Nelson 43:06, Patricia Dixon 1:01:28. 60-64 – Hazel McCallum 1:01:17, Genevieve Ybarra 1:01:42, Stella Cobbs 1:02:10. 65-69 – Patricia Volcke 48:09, Santosh Gulpta 1:02:12. 70-over – Carol Baird 1:01:19, Edna Johnson 1:02:13.
Sugar Creek Jingle Jog 5K Greer, SC – 12/10
Male, Overall – Harper Harris 17:22, Will Dolven 18:19, Eric Guth 18:20. Female, Overall – Anna Yang 20:04, Annika Bissinger 21:23, Bryce McKay 21:28. Top 50 finishers – 1-Harper Harris 17:22, 2-Will Dolven 18:19, 3-Eric Guth 18:20, 4-Titouan Faillard 18:40, 5-Michael Twigg 18:48, 6-Nicolas Monnier 19:01, 7-Ryan Berrios 19:19, 8Brice Dille 19:32, 9-Stephane Cocard 19:42, 10-Benton Reed 19:55, 11-Mark Walsh 20:00, 12-Anna Yang 20:04 13-Eloi Cocard 20:14, 14-Matthew Littrell 20:23, 15-Annika Bissinger 21:23, 16-Bryce McKay 21:28, 17-Danny Perrine 21:29, 18Scott Dolven 21:31, 19-Seth Snyder 21:3, 20-James Stathakis 21:32, 21-Adelaide Vergnolle 21:32, 22-Max Feild 21:34, 23Matthew Anderson 21:34, 24-Austin Hinrichsen 21:35, 25-Gray Buchanan 21:40. 26-Patrick Martin 21:42, 27-Bryn Bissinger 21:56, 28Hunter Hinrichsen 22:01, 29-Morgan Littrell 22:05, 30-Liana Snyder 22:09, 31-Elle Bissinger 22:09, 32-Brad Treas 22:21, 33-Trevor Norris 22:39, 34-Elizabeth Rogers 22:39, 35Katherine Rogers 22:39, 36-Lauren Kelly 22:42, 37-Adrien Gros 23:07, 38-Jake Demint 23:1, 39-Lillian Maple 23:16, 40-David Garrett 23:16, 41-Nicholas Caputo 23:20, 42-Michael Caputo 23:24, 43-Kimberly Morgan 23:34, 44-Eva Llogregat 23:36, 45Alan Bristol 23:49, 46-Kayla Harris 23:51, 47-Luke Adams 23:56, 48-Ford Chandgie 23:57, 49-Ian Whatley 24:15, 50-Emily Jacob 24:19.
TENNESSEE Santa Hustle Half Marathon/5K Sevierville, TN – 12/11
Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Jon Hager 1:16:33, Joshua Kistner 1:24:39, Daniel McDowell 1:30:22. 11-14 – Jackson Chartier 2:05:52, James Moore 2:20:27, Ty Young 2:47:20. 15-19 – Grant Hume 1:40:44, Ondra Zapletal 1:44:52, Dru Wyatt 2:00:59. 20-24 – Ryan Franklin 1:30:58, Steven Fortner 1:47:30 Jason Schackenberg 1:47:57. 25-29 – David Wagner 1:45:00, Macon Smith 1:51:11, Blake Johnson
1:54:18. 30-34 – Mathue Johnson 1:38:07, Joshua Durham 1:41:05, Jesse Oliver 1:47:12. 35-39 – Mike Niedzielski 1:40:07, Andrew De Nazareth 1:41:40, Kevin Goodman 1:53:19. 40-44 – Rob Ehret 1:33:27, Jonathan Marcum 1:36:01, Jason Epperson 1:39:11. 45-49 – Steve Ritchie 1:33:06, John Carter 1:42:28, Roy Smith 1:43:57. 50-54 – Ronald Manis 1:32:57, Tommy Kell 1:41:17, Ed Rusk 1:44:50. 55-59 – William Yoakum 1:42:31, Cecil Hyde 1:49:23, Howard Lee Scruggs 1:55:48. 6064 – Angel Rivera 1:45:53, Richard Barton 1:51:13, Del Brashares 1:51:22. 65-69 – Taylor Weatherbee 2:08:14. 70-over – Jay Creech 3:06:15. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Erin Fondren 1:33:04, Krissi Smith 1:36:57, Constance Dickey 1:39:39. 11-14 – Shelby Homan 1:58:00, Syrafina Mohammed 2:36:56, Hallie Smith 2:58:03. 15-19 – Carlee Salyers 1:49:19, Kristen Maggard 1:50:16, Colby Homan 1:55:38. 20-24 – Danielle Speelman 2:00:01, Haley Hatcher 2:06:50, Jordan Davis 2:09:00. 25-29 – Mahala McCall 1:46:55, Lindsey Devaughn 1:50:10, Laura Wagner 1:54:36. 30-34 – Amy Johnson 1:40:26, Jenny Walker 1:46:37, Erin Hedgecoth 1:47:38. 35-39 – Amber Carter 1:42:28, Jennifer Brigati 1:45:07, Stacey Hingson 1:51:05. 40-44 – Lisa Logan 1:40:33, Vicky McAdams 1:48:07, Crystal Barton 1:48:40. 45-49 – Sheri Kyle 1:56:11, Copa Alana 2:04:55, Julia Smith 2:10:25. 50-54 – Guinda Flippin 1:48:25, Karen Ritchie 1:53:03, M.E. Gray 1:54:45. 55-59 – Kathy Taylor 1:54:46, Cathy Hude 2:08:45, Renee Parsons 2:15:55. 60-64 – Kathi Wagner 2:06:29, Charlotte Swafford 2:52:04, Kathy Allen 3:04:42. 65-69 – Benita Auge 2:16:26, Donna Akers 2:48:14. 70-over – Barbara Bogart 3:19:28. Male, 5K: Overall – Connor Bihlmeyer 18:04, Garrett Napier 18:22, John Bowling 18:24. 10-under – Jackson Parish 23:05, Jonah Weber 24:38, Brayden Rohling 29:26 11-14 – Parker Cowden 22:25, Alex Ross 22:40, Coby Parish 23:07. 15-19 – Kellan Sabol 19:13, Noah Baker 19:15, Jack Beason 19:45. 20-24 – Garrison Burchell 22:19, Mike Nava 24:52, Cameron Sabol 26:59. 25-29 – David Dickens 25:12, Daniel Bowles 26:06, Eeik Jones 26:30. 30-34 – Ryan Funkhouser 24:58, Edward Jones 25:40, David Raubach 28:06. 35-39 – Robbie Howard 25:31, David Pyles 26:50, Ben Smith 27:06. 40-44 – Chris Collins 19:52, Will Labrenz 24:51, Tommy Coppenger 25:15. 45-49 – Andy Rines 21:20, Tony Roberts 22:27, Kenny Cole 23:16. 50-54 – Mark D’Alessandro 21:01, Steven Traynham 22:14, Sam Thomas 22:25. 55-59 – Harper Smith 23:57, James Owings 25:11, Eric Nussbaum 27:14. 60-64 – John Snelling 27:50, Danny Farlow 29:36, James Prentice 29:38. 65-69 – Craig Long 36:27, John Moore 49:03, John Gilbert 52:18. 70-over – Howard Hyates 32:52, Edward O’Brien 46:10, Dan Miller 48:00. Female, 5K: Overall – April Worley 20:18, Kourtni Traynham 22:49, Bridgett Prichard 23:56. 10-under – Ella Stevens 28:06, Molli Harrell 30:38, Elin Bryan 33:34. 11-14 – Elliana Weatherbie 24:30, Kayle Yates 24:48, Skylar Grayson 24:58. 15-19 – Madison Sides 24:01, McKenna Korody 25:51, Taylor Hardin 26:47. 20-24 – Kaitlin Hufff 27:58, Kaylee Meyers 28:32, Devin Davis 29:55. 25-29 – Tiffany Miles 26:22, Monica Rogers 26:36, Lindsey Walkup 27:49. 30-34 – Brandi Barrett 25:40, Cally Greenwa 26:27, Riki Beth Simpson-Craig 26:40. 35-39 – Gretchen Lawrence 25:52, Binnie Hatmaker 26:27, Amanda Hardwick 27:09. 40-44 – Angela Sellers 24:44, Denise Fair 25:26, Julie Zupancic 25:43. 45-49 – Christie McLain 27:11, Britta Rusk 28:28, Debbie Smith 28:41. 50-54 – Sharon White 25:38, Ria Langford 25:41, Gahyle Roulier 26:48. 55-59 – Tamra Smith 25:47, Connie McCormick 25:47, Mary Rosson 30:21. 60-64 – Sheila Stiles 28:44, Tina Crozier 32:30, Janet Ault 33:48. 65-69 – Zada Church 29:52, Elnora Thompson 33:57, Kathy Swartz 35:55. 70-over – Barbara O’Brien 37:40, Louise Moore 39:27, Delma Hendley 39:57.
Pioneer 5 miler Limestone, TN – 12/17
Male, Overall – Brinson Milhorn 28:36. Masters – Phil Roberts 29:58. Grandmasters – Terry Quillenn 34:24. Senior Grandmasters – Jeff Stracener 35:53. 15-under – Hank Lowe 32:50, Wyatt Groves 36:06, William Gibson 39:54. 16-19 – Connor White 32:47, Andrew Keys 36:02. 20-24 – Jared Clements 34:33, Chris Cantor 59:47. 25-29 – Brain Bomar 43:30. 30-34 – Joshua Gibson 31:49, Reuben Lay 53:36, Jeremy Hawlik 1:03:07. 35-39 – Andy Shelton 31:06, Warren Lewis 33:43, Shawn Becker 34:40. 40-44 – Justin Bretz 44:34. 45-49 – Will Runion 34:58, David Brownlee 36:08, Brian Lawhernn 36:34. 50-54 – Blake Williams 36:59, Lee Williams 40:09, Stan Stratton 42:56. 55-59 – Hal Leroy 34:53, Dale Riddle 35:51, James Zahn 36:55. 60-64 – James Brown 36:48, Lynn Burnett 37:14, David Hajdik 46:33. 65-69 – Jim Hess 38:43, Bill Dickerson 40:13, Joe Bainbridge 46:12.70-74 – Robert Hardin 44:34, Leeroy Hurst 46:16, Larry Nelson 46:16. 75-79 – Larry Acuff 1:01:49. 80-over – Stephen Khleif 1:13:27. Female, Overall – Meg Guy 34:08. Masters – Christ Groves 35:06. Grandmasters – Marie Palko 35:39. Senior Grandmasters – Patti Turpin 47:38. 15-under – Taylor Roy 37:07, Rachel Dulaney 39:49, Ashlynn Roy 39:51. 16-19 – Breanna Roy 35:44, Adrianna Wattenbarger 38:46. 20-24 – Amy Oreskovic 35:28, Ashley Hazlett 54:35. 2529 – Ellen Carnes 36:35, Eden Nygard 37:26, Tiffany Pruett 53:05. 30-34 – Jessica Remmert 36:48, Christina Lewis 43:14, Roanna Gibson 44:32. 35-39 – Lisa Hazett 38:37, Sarah Powell 48:16, Christy Perkins 50:08 .40-44 – Amy Bradley 38:56, Sophia Feick 44:16, Carrie Bretz 49:11. 45-49 – Michelle McLellan 36:48, Beth Lillycrop 45:47, Deanna Corley 48:50. 5054 – Janette Adams Erchinger 43:51, Melodye Zahn 1:12:32, Sandra Vance 1:24:20. 55-59 – Libby Overholt 38:45, Gisele Goldstein 38:49, Wendy Weidner 45:22. 65-69 – Cassandra Bainbridge 48:59, Marie Tedesco 49:27, Susanne Seiler 51:32. 70-74 – Lynda de Paulis 53:12, Barbara Bogart 1:09:05, Janet Lowe 1:25:08. 80-over – Ruth Ketron 1:09:30.
Higginbotham 24:04. 40-44 – Walrus Suiter 21:01, Kevin Goetz 22:10, Erik Wilson 25:53. 45-49 – Robert Kowalewski 22:46, Todd Lanning 25:50, Tony Abernathy 25:55. 50-54 – Cliff Carr 23:28, Paul Morris 24:07, David Craig 24:09. 55-59 – Bill Russell 23:09, Peter Coen 24:42, Dvid Milby 25:16. 60-64 – Kevin Topp 22:12, Darrell Cofsky 28:52, Dale Beardsley 35:29. 65-69 – Dale Abrahamson 22:09, Joe Day 23:33, Ysef Good 26:29. 70-over – Larry Arata 26:48, Randy Hawthorne 29:59, Larry Turner 30:51. Walker – Joseph Cronin 35:41, Brady Borchelt 37:39, Rick Webb 40:54. Female, Overall –Emily Honeycutt 21:40, Karen Sanzo22:13, Lydia Gyurina 22:13. Masters – Susan Hagel 22:34, Rubin Moon 22:58, Meseret Beshah 23:32. 8-under – Kaelynn Harris 35:10, Megan Way 36:41, Daphne Humphries 40:22. 9-11 - Isabella Speer 27:00, Megan Killian 27:45, Abigail Speth 31:22. 12-14 – Caroline Way 24:02, Elizabeth Leonard 25:22, Anna Gokcen 28:53. 15-19 – Sung Park 22:40, Natalie Ruffiux 25:56, Grace Abernathy 26:04. 2024 – Samantha Tate 24:46, Kara Hastings 28:58, Kathryn Grosshans 32:03. 25-29 – Amanda Lyreman 26:59, Jessica Keeler 31:45, Meredith Laverdure 34:34. 30-34 – Jaime Lawson 25:23, Sehila Scotti 26:32, Danielle Sims 27:14. 35-39 – Jaime Cox 26:17, Monica Smith 26:21, Sarah Andrews 26:41. 40-44 – Alisha Smith 27:39, Joye Cano 28:14, Shannon Simpson 28:59. 45-49 – Jennifer Cornette 24:10, Milda Donahoe 24:46, Shannon Simpson 28:59. 50-54 – Valor Foy Jones 24:53, Christine Schaffner 26:02, Maria Peters 26:34. 55-59 – G Deren 28:09, Patricia Wiedemann 30:05, Cathleen Rea 30:41. 60-64 – Helen Worthington 26:38, Shirley Stephens 29:11, Dottie Humphreys 30:06. 65-69 – Barbara Biasi 27:30, Patricia T5avis 27:59, Gail Lucado-Phelps 34:19. 70-over – Robin Jorlett 35:24. Walker – Laura Scott 37:52, Susan Sorlie 37:52, Sara Good 40:00.
Sentara New Year’s Day 5K Hampton, VA – 1/1
Male, Overall – Douglas Marshall 18:42, Brian Williamson 19:52, Carter Ficklen 20:09. 9-under – Ronan Ranellone-Mims 26:07, Joshua Guthinger 29:12, Austin Decker 52:32. 10-14 – DJ Guthinger 23:12, Noah Mertz 28:41, Dylan Currie 34:31. 15-18 – Auvier Mercer 28:18, Taylor Nowlin 40:34 19-24 – Joseph McDermott 21:10, Andrew McDonald 31:57, Austin Calhoon 40:10. 25-29 – Joseph Dirocco 22:58, Richard Smith 27:39, Jordon Calhoon 28:16. 30-34 – Joseph Flint 25:23, Christopher Iacobucci 26:45, Lawrence Battle 26:49. 35-39 – Edwynn Collins 26:18, Brian Decker 32:45, Robert Browning 33:14. 40-44 – Francisco Sanin 27:23, Derek Banks 31:14, Sean Jenkins 32:15. 45-49 – Matthew Hoffman 22:14, Tim Dean 23:33, Jeffrey Davis 26:50. 50-54 – William Palagyi 24:07, Eric Iacobucci 26:46, Chris Nida 28:01. 55-59 - Robert Anaya 21:34, John Olsen 22:36, Ed Rietscha 24:27. 60-64 – Bill Dancy 25:21, Wayne Williams 26:26, Skip Cole 27:49. 65-69 – Joseph Verdirame 25:01, Andrew Medvec 29:07, George Fenigsohn 30:25. 70-74 – Joseph Cronin 34:56, Grove Calvert 46:10. 75-79 – Charles Terrell 35:08, Ken Butler 40:54, E David Hodor 55:19. Female, Overall – Cortney Boyce 22:02, Jade Deschamps 23:50, Cheryl Lager 23:53. 10-14 – Ava Ranellone-Mims 32:14, Nicole Knight 35:58, Milan Brewington 35:58. 15-18 – Lauren Gravette 24:20, Erin Gravette 24:21, Megan Gravette 25:19. 19-24 – Elizabeth Lamarsh 30:52, Katherine Jacoby 31:55, Annabelle Hoffman 33:45. 25-29 – Meghan Olsen 27:02, Chelsea Waggoner 32:34, Sheila Schultz 32:59. 30-34 – Michaelyn Shepard 25:58, Amy Peters 28:44, Amanda Williamson 30:35. 35-39 – Christina Race 23:55, Christine Banks 24:10, Jennifer Anderson 26:37. 40-44 – Alisha Smith 27:56, Michele Olsen 29:26, Wendy Cohen 30:58. 45-49 – Mary Brown 24:37, Juoie Gravette 26:31, Maria Ramirez Gorton 26:36. 50-54 – Jami Callahan-Brill 25:29, Lynn Hopkins 26:59, Donna Saunders 28:29. 55-59 – Thea Ganoe 29:46, Janice Powers 32:22, Nora Olin 34:37. 60-64 – Sylvia Balmer 35:38, Jacqueline Shears 40:18, Barbara Senatore 45:51. 65-69 – Rena Bullard 32:52, Margaret Evans 46:44, Karen Nicoletti 53:05. 70-74 – Robin Jorlett 36:21, Cheryl Gresham 44:32. – Bruce Davis
WEST VIRGINIA Jingle Bell Run 5K Charleston, WV – 12/17
Male, Overall – Devon Stewart 19:54. 10-under – McKabe Allara 31:51, Brock Allara 36:40, Xander Allara 37:23. 11-14 – Hayden Kreitzer 22:39, Chase Casto 23:08, Reid Pennington 29:00. 15-18 – Brady Nicewarner 22:16, Jared Wheeler 24:58, Matthew Ayoob 31:12. 19-29 – Kalin Fisher 23:57, Corey Niles 26:49, Regan Patton 27:23. 3039 – Ramin Ehehadich 22:57, Jacob Glance 23:10, Jason Smith 23:41. 40-49 – Ian Custer 20:13, Robert Allara 24:15, Andrw Marton 25:52. 50-59 – Russell King 22:26, Nick Thompson 22:43, Andy Altman 23:12. 60-69 – John Owen 28:28, William Platt 32:43, Greg Kozera 32:50. Female, Overall – Aubrie Custer 22:30. 10-under – Shannen Adkins 35:08, McKenzie Hancock 40:56, Leilah Green 42:35. 11-14 – Baylee Adkins 24:17, Elizabeth Litton 25:09, Josie Kreitzer 25:47. 15-18 – Alexa Hawkins 24:40, Erin Hope 25:05, Katherine Weese 55:30. 19-29 – Holly Wilson 24:48, Rebecca Dudley 28:13, Haley Moore 29:17.30-39 – Hannah Pressley 27:20, Verena Mulins 30:04, Rhiannon Turley 33:33. 40-49 – Sandra Groce 27:21, Jennifer Minnich 28:30, Tiffany King 32:10. 50-59 – Melissa Gamponia 28:21, Anna Vanderlaar 29:16, Teresa Boone-Stark 31:00. 60-69 – Michelle Platt 32:42, Patti Campbell 33:42, Kate Owen 37:06.
VIRGINIA St. Kateri’s Run for Haiti 5K Tabb, VA – 12/3
Male, Overall – Preston Klekar 17:36, Jack Lovett 18:45, John Yesford 18:48. Masters – Craig Hymes 18:58, David Lockard 19:33, Don Borchelt 20:53. 8-under – Ronan Ranellone-Mims 26:23, Andrew Seguin 30:55, Sean Dixon 32:31. 9-11 – Seth Sadler 20:16, Spencer Roe 25:31, Joshua Way 26:26. 12-14 – Logan Jackson 18:53, DJ Guthinger 21:28, Mark Hayes 21:28. 15-19 – Jason Lee 21:09, Russell Smith 22:35, Patrick Donahoe 22:57.20-24 – Philip Fennell 18:50, Chris Shrader 20:19, Sam Portillo 22:47. 25-29 – Ryan Rhoades 25:40, Jake Terrell 28:57. 30-34 – David Edwards 21:11, Jonathan Nonnemacer 29:15, Chad Douglas 33:31. 35-39 – John Edwrds 21:13, John Griffin 24:01, Brett
“We Run The South”
Running Journal â€˘ February, 2017
Gaynor, Speegle Lead Field at 40th Anniversary Rocket City Marathon HUNTSVILLE, AL - The Rocket City Marathon celebrated its 40th anniversary on Dec. 10, with more than 1,000 runners competing on a cold, but clear morning. The marathon was part of the Running Journal Grand Prix and was the third race of the season. Double Grand Prix points were awarded for the marathon. Evan Gaynor, 28, of Perrysburg, OH, led the field, finishing in 2:28:51, more than five minutes ahead of the competition. Zack Jordan, 23, of Ball Ground, GA, was runner-up in 2:34:21. Michael Holland, 20, of Beech Mountain, NC, took the third spot (2:37:14), with Orinthal Striggles, 40, of Columbia, SC, fourth (2:41:43) and Joshua Rayman, 47, of Tampa, FL, fifth (2:43:03). On the women's side, Erica Speegle, 36, of Birmingham, AL, dominated the women's race with a 2:41:44 winning time, nearly 13 minutes ahead of the rest of the field. Speegle was winner of the November Magic City Half marathon in Birmingham, also part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Second place went to Shawanna White, 36, of Columbia, SC, finishing in 2:54:25. White is leading the Female Open Division of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Kate Nicewicz, 29, of Cookeville, TN, was third (2:57:53), with Christy Nielsen, 41, of Omaha, NE, fourth (3:00:37) and Evan Adams, 24, of Johnson City, TN, fifth (3:03:11). Orinthal Striggles, who finished fourth overall, was also the male masters winner in 2:41:43. Striggles is currently leading both the Open & Masters division of the Running Journal Erica Speegle Grand Prix. Joshua Rayman, who was fifth overall, was second in the masters race (2:43:03). Jonathan Corso, 47, of Decatur, GA, was third in 2:50:02. Christy Nielsen, third overall in the women's race, was the top master, running 3:00:37. Helen McKenzie, 42, of Fort Lauderdale, FL, was second in 3:23:49 and Meredith Smith, 45, of Ashland City, TN, third with 3:25:40. The course started in downtown Huntsville and featured many area attractions including the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and Huntsville Botanical Gardens. Various groups cheered the marathoners on throughout the course. Runners were treated to an indoor finish at the Von Braun Center Arena. The race is directed by Dink & Suzanne Taylor, owners of the Huntsville Fleet Feet, with help from the Huntsville Track Club. Male, Overall Evan Gaynor 2:28:51, Zack Jordan 2:34:21, Michael Holland 2:37:14, Orinthal Striggles 2:41:43, Joshua Rayman 2:43:03. Masters Orinthal Striggles 2:41:43 Joshua Rayman 2:43:03, Jonathan Corso 2:50:02. 19-under Javier Nishikawa 3:28:15, Kevin Obrien 3:49:50, Cody Bristol 4:00:58. 20-24 Matt Jenkins 2:43:30, Joseph Crook 2:53:24, Wesley Bates 3:03:17, Bryan Shrader 3:17:43, David Stout 3:18:13. 25-29 Adam Lazrus 2:50:10, Mark Fleming 2:54:01, Seth Kutikoff 2:57:13, James Barnard 3:02:40, Daniel Showers 3:07:48. 30-34 Andrew Hodges 2:47:52, Keil Anderson 2:49:38, Gary Krugger Evan Gaynor 2:56:07, Drew Randolph 2:56:32, Joseph Greer 3:02:29. 35-39 Robert Pritchett 2:51:57, Peter Volgyesi 2:57:51, Chris Heuisler 2:58:30, Mark Nabel 2:59:08, Jason Peters 3:06:31. 40-44 Josh Maple 2:52:28, Shane Vetter 2:57:08, Leslie Lam 3:10:01, Mike Briggs 3:10:27, Brandon Chambless 3:10:46. 45-49 Darryl Granger 3:08:20, Christopher Daubert 3:09:45, Jeff Offhaus 3:11:17, Bruce Evans 3:12:40, David Denar 3:14:56. 5054 William Flaherty 3:12:56, Jeff Matlock 3:13:30, Todd White 3:18:09, Darren Ezzo
3:18:40, Tony King 3:22:55. 55-59 George Dewitt 2:56:09, Michael Beeson 3:01:17, Larry Smith 3:07:22, William Rayens 3:29:49, Davy Kennamer 3:35:44. 60-64 Jeff Lee 3:42:43, Mike Willmering 3:46:00, Doug Knight 3:54:10. 65-69 - Dan Harvey 3:20:08 Wayne Heckler 3:38:08, John Howick 3:48:25. 70-74 Ben Oni 4:53:56, George Southgate 5:06:07, David Cravens 5:58:56. 75-over Ken Brewer 4:02:06, Al Klimaitis 5:09:24. Female, Overall Erica Speegle 2:41:44, Shawanna White 2:54:25, Kate Nicewicz 2:57:53, Christy Nielsen 3:00:37, Evan Adams 3:03:11. Masters Christy Nielsen 3:00:37, Helen McKenzie 3:23:49, Meredith Smith 3:25:40. 19-under Anuska Narayanan 4:29:32, Mandy Fields 4:42:34, Grace Brandon 5:04:14. 20-24 Shannon McCaul 3:27:52, Karlie Paull 3:32:01, Allison Ruzicka 3:32:41. 25-29 Krystal Cook 3:29:13, Liz Canty 3:31:31, Kelcy Brunner 3:32:23, Racine Guarini 3:34:07, Shelby Britt 3:35:17. 30-34 Ashlee Nelson 3:14:45, Mary White 3:22:58, Lauren Mitchell 3:28:23, Julia Mateskon 3:28:39, Anne Debardeleben 3:31:04. 3539 Cat Heidrich 3:04:31, Amy Doolittle 3:08:02, Toni Diegoli 3:12:58, Angie Clark 3:18:39, Andrea Klint 3:28:21. 40-44 Rachel Mesplay 3:29:21, Kristi Phillips 3:32:02, Chia-Chi Kuo 3:35:24, Tracy Watson 3:36:04, Dana Overton 3:37:05. 45-49 Teresa Fudge 3:36:30, Amy Stanec 3:38:44, Jennifer Hickey 3:40:31, Katie Owenby 3:47:12, Sarah Starling 3:48:24. 50-54 Denise Kaufman 3:29:43, Tracy Hixon 3:45:24, Michele Wilson 4:03:06, Janet Jordan 4:10:07, Betty Soller 4:17:40. 55-59 Renee Idone 3:32:52, Katharine Edmonds Joshua Rayman 3:39:31, Dena Demman 4:04:39, Susan Vogt 4:09:45, Suzanne Duvall 4:10:55. 6064 Ellen Brinkman 4:15:36, Cheri Pompeo 4:46:05, Cathy Henry 5:12:28. 65-69 Erin McGuire 5:18:28, Shirley Sirois 5:27:00. 70-74 Bonnie Partridge 5:59:22.
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Running Journal • February, 2017
Grand Prix 39 Standings Below are the standings following the first three races of the season, the Midnight Flight 10K, Magic City Half Marathon, and Rocket City Marathon. All half marathon races count for 25 bonus points and double points are awarded at the Rocket City Marathon. Point totals can also be found at:www.running.net. Male: Overall Orinthal Striggles (SC) 320 Zack Jordan (GA) 200 Michael Holland (NC) 180 Joshua Rayman (FL) 160 Matt Jenkins (TN) 150 Andrew Hodges (AL) 140 Keil Anderson (GA) 130 Raymond McCormack (FL) 125 Jonathan Corso (GA) 120 Richard Kimani (AL) 115 Mathew Dunn (AL) 110 Adam Lazrus (MD) 110 Jerome Wilroy (AL) 105 Ricky Flynn (SC) 100 Connor Wann (AL) 100 Joseph Crook (VA) 100 Gatlin Holland (AL) 95 Brett Morley (SC) 90 Michael Brown (AL) 90 Mark Fleming (AL) 90 Nils Reckemeier (SC) 85 Avery Ainsworth (AL) 85 Alex Supertramp (AL) 80 George Dewitt (AL) 80 Daniel Waldschmidt (SC) 75 Samuel Miller (AL) 75 Eddie Posey (SC) 70 Drew Randolph (TN) 70 Matt Hammersmith (SC) 65 John McCrackin (AL) 65 Fernando Gallardo (SC) 60 Josh Baker (AL) 60 Shane Vetter (FL) 60 Edwin Hughes (SC) 55 Aaron Ainsworth (AL) 55 Joe Terbeek (SC) 50 David Johannesmeyer (AL) 50 Peter Volgyesi (TN) 50 Max Desmars (SC) 45 Janek Wasserman (AL) 45 JJ Taylor (SC) 40 Timothy English (AL) 40 Michael Beeson (SC) 40 Kevin Mosteller (SC) 35 Jordan Yarbrough (AL) 35 Jordan Eison (GA) 30 Whit Sibley (AL) 30 Joseph Greer (TN) 30 Charles Timms (SC 25 Brad Clay (AL) 25 Byron Backer (SC) 20 James Barnard (TN) 20 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 15 15 Philip Beben (SC) 10 Brian Patterson (KY) 10 Jason Peters (TN) 10 JT Garand (SC) 5 Sammy Griffith (SC) 5 Male: Masters Orinthal Striggles (SC) 425 Joshua Rayman (FL) 170 Jonathan Corso (GA) 140 Brad Clay (AL) 110 Shane Vetter 110 Cary Morgan (AL) 95 Eddie Posey (SC) 85 Jeff Chalmers (GA) 80 Christopher Daubert (MD) 80 Jordan Eison (GA) 75 Fernando Gallardo (SC) 70 Eric Charette (AL) 65 Mike Briggs (TN) 60 Kevin Mosteller (SC) 55 Bryan Heaton (AL) 55 Danny Shaffield (AL) 45 Brandon Chambless (AL) 40 Christopher Luplow (SC) 30 Brian Audet (GA) 20 .Jonathan MacDonald (GA) 20 William Hughes (SC) 10 Male: Grandmasters George Dewitt (AL) 200 Michael Beeson (SC) 170
William Flaherty (TN) 140 Tom Selden (AL) 125 Ronald Childress (AL) 110 Jeff Matlock (TN) 110 Edwin Hughes (SC) 100 Scott Padgitt (AL) 95 Byron Backer (SC) 85 Mike Cooper (KY) 80 Todd White (AL) 80 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 70 Stan Blanton (AL) 65 Darren Ezzo (AL) 60 Rick Keizer (SC) 55 Noriyuki Hanashiro (AL) 55 Alan Christian (AL) 45 David Johns (GA) 40 Tim Horvath (AL) 40 Jim Poh (AL) 35 Jeff Segards (SC) 30 Charles Campbell (SC) 20 Robby Callahan (AL) 20 Watson McBride (SC) 10 Male: Sr. Grandmasters Wayne Heckler (AL) 200 Ted Rust (NC) 195 Jeff Lee (AL) 170 Mike Wilmering (TN) 140 James Shoaf (AL) 125 John Howick (TN 110 Joseph White (SC) 100 Alan Hargrave (AL) 95 Terry McElheny (AL) 80 John Ferguson (AL) 80 James Pruitte (SC) 70 Lawrence Orton (GA) 65 David Tosch (AL) 60 Booker Orsley (GA) 55 Mike Sloane (AL) 55 Ronald Shinn (AL) 45 Darrell Davis (SC) 40 Tony Alexander (AL) 40 William Davis (GA) 30 John Nordeen (SC) 20 Mark Richey (AL) 20 Gregg Welborn (GA) 10 Male: Veterans Ken Brewer (AL) 200 Ben Oni (AL) 170 George Southgate (GA) 140 George Burchfield (AL) 125 Al Klimaitis (AL) 110 Tommy Eison (SC) 100 Michael Kasha (SC) 85 David Cravens (KY) 80 Yuji Kishimoto (SC) 70 Dan Shoaf (SC) 55 Female: Overall Shawanna White (SC) 395 Erica Speegle (AL) 325 Cat Heidrich (AL) 245 Kate Nicewicz (TN) 170 Evan Adams (TN) 160 Amy Doolittle (KY) 140 Toni Diegoli (MD) 130 Angie Clark (TN) 120 Rachel Harley (AL) 110 Mary White (GA) 110 Whitley Waldrop (AL) 105 Micah Morgan (AL) 100 Helen McKenzie (FL) 100 Victoria Hammersmith (SC) 90 Libet Anderson (AL) 90 Meredith Smith (TN) 90 Joyce Miller (SC) 85 McKenna Coughlin (AL) 85 Sunday Davis (SC) 80 Stephanie Ridgway (AL) 80 Andrew Klint (TN) 80 Ansley Rutland (SC) 75 Hannah Cutshall (AL) 75 Jennifer Pryor (SC) 70 Megan Wasserman (AL) 70 Lauren Mitchell (AL) 70 Christine Kitzler (SC) 65
Kaci Hamilton (AL) 65 Katie Crosson (SC) 60 Elizabeth Kivus (AL) 60 Julia Mateskon (AL) 60 Heather Carew (SC) 55 Rebecca Hutchinson (AL) 55 Krys Kittredge (SC) 50 Rebecca Thompson (AL) 50 Krystal Cook (TN) 50 Alexis Hartman (SC) 45 Julie Carroll (AL) 45 Hope Rust (NC) 40 Jennifer Murray (AL) 40 Rachel Mesplay (KY) 40 Julie Mitchell (SC) 35 Shannon Kirchmer (AL) 35 Leigh Green (SC) 30 Kristin Beason (AL) 30 Lauren Howell (AL) 30 Denise Kaufman (FL) 30 Tammy Wright (SC) 25 Gail Audet (GA) 20 Anne Debardeleben (AL) 20 Ashley Stone (SC) 15 Kennedi Kimbrell (SC) 10 Karli Paull AL) 10 Kristi Phillips (TN) 10 Pamela Proner (SC) 5 Female: Masters Helen McKenzie (FL) 200 Meredith Smith (TN) 170 Rachel Mesplay (KY) 140 Kristin Beason (AL) 125 Jennifer Bohnenkamp (AL) 110 Kristi Phillips (TN) 110 Jennifer Pryor (SC) 100 Debi Secor (AL) 95 Christine Kitzler (SC) 85 Evelyn Moore (AL) 80 Chia-Chi Kuo (AL) 80 Leigh Green (SC) 70 Audrey Laird (AL) 65 Tracy Watson (TN) 60 Tammy Wright (SC) 55 Maria Axrad (AL) 55 Marianthe Grammas (AL) 45 Lynn Gregory (SC) 40 Teresa Fudge (GA) 40 Sheri Spencer (AL) 35 Amy Sanderson (SC) 30 Heidi Zinzow (SC) 20 Dana Overton (AL) 20 Kristina Mears (SC) 10 Female: Grandmasters Denise Kaufman (FL) 200 Renee Idone (FL) 170 Katherine Edmonds (AL) 140 Libet Anderson (AL) 125 Rebecca Hutchinson (AL) 110 Michele Wilson (AL) 110 Christine Prado (SC) 100 Terri Sullivan (AL) 95 Shirley Smith (SC) 85 Jamie Thomas (AL) 80 Janet Jordan (GA) 80 Miriam Strong (GA) 70 Jill Bagby (AL) 65 Suzanne Duvall (KY) 60 Virginia Suggs (SC) 55 Lisa Fuller (AL) 55 Charlotte Walker (AL) 45 Pam Garrison (SC) 40 Ambra Pozzi (TN) 40 Barbara Dunn (AL) 35 Elaine Sillivant (AL) 20 Female: Sr. Grandmasters Cathy Henry (AL) 200 Erin McGuire (TN) 170 Shirley Sirois (TN) 140 Cindy Duke (AL) 125 Terry Hooks (AL) 110 Teri Smith (AL) 95 Gail Lee (AL) 80 Jill Cole (SC) 65 Kay Gwinn (AL) 55 Amy Watson (AL) 45 Judy Garner (AL) 35 Female: Veterans Bonnie Partridge (MS) 200 Joan Thompson (AL) 125 Brenda Cooter (TN) 100 Betty Burrell (SC) 85
“We Run The South” Running Journal Race Calendar Race Directors: Submit your information anytime on our website - www.running.net or see form on page 23. Runners: Please verify information before traveling to a race. Abbreviations: RD = race day, RW = racewalk, FR = fun run, P/M = postmarked, W/C = wheelchair.
ALABAMA Feb. 4, Huntsville - Mardi Gras 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Huntsville - 2nd Annual ASPA Super 5K/10K Scholarship Run, 8am; $20/5K, $25/10K. Info: Ernest Harrell, POB 8241, Huntsville, AL 35808; email@example.com, Register at: https:// register.chronotrack.com/r/23613. Feb. 4, Mobile - Turtle Shuffle 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Mobile - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 2pm. Info: (513)5180528, email@example.com. Feb. 4, Northport - Roarin Run 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Pelham - Adam’s Heart Runs, 10 Mile, 10K & 5K; 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Wetumpka - Paint the Park for Jody 5K Color Fun Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Altoona - Duellator Sweetheart Obstacle Competition w/42 obstacles, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island - Battle of Mobile Bay 5K Run/Walk, 8:32am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223. Feb. 11, Harvest - The Hug-A-Cub 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Moulton - Black Warrior/Phillip Parker 50K, 50K Relay, 25K & 5 Mile Trail Runs; 8am. Info: Jay Baxter (256)3031948, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Spanish Fort Causeway - Gator Chase 5K, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11-12, Birmingham - Mercedes Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay (2/12), 7:03am; 5K, 8am (2/11). Info: (205)870-7771, email@example.com. Feb. 12, Huntsville - Winter Winds 2 & 4 Mile Road Races & Kids FR, 2pm. Info: Linda Edwards (256)679-1582, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Auburn University - Kappa Delta Shamrock 5K Run. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Birmingham - UAB 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Birmingham - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/ Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with obstacles; 2pm. Info: Great Amazing Race (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Gulf Shores - Sea Turtle 1/2 Marathon, 7:30am; Sweetheart 5K Run & 5K Walk, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: (251)747-7232, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Huntsville - Paper Chase 5K Race, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Mobile - Superhero Skedaddle 5K Run/Walk/Roll, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Montgomery - CCAP 5K, 8am. Info: (334)398-1594, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Smith Station - ARISE 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 9am; Bonus 10.16K (must run 5K to be eligible); CST all events. Info: Roger Keel (334)524-2884, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Montgomery - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/ Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with obstacles; 2pm. Info: Great Amazing Race (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Alexander City - Russell Forest Run, 10K 7:45am; 5K 7:55am. Info: Robert Gunn (256)397-1019, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Auburn - Love Your Heart Run & Crank Your Heart Ride, 10K Run 7:30am; 1 Mile Run 8am; Bike Rides: 3.5 Mile 9:45am; 11 Mile & 22 Mile 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Gadsden - Etowah Heroes 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Mobile - Joe Cain Classic 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile Run & Moon Pie Dash; 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. Feb. 26, Piedmont - Ladiga Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Tuscaloosa - Derby Dash 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Albertville - Race to Remember, 5K, 10K, 1 Mile FR. Info: Annah Grace Morgan (256)891-7724, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Andalusia - The Dixon Legend Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Trail Run; Half Marathon 7:45am; 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Joel Martin (334)222-7779, email@example.com. March 4, Birmingham - Alabama Parkinson’s Fighter Walk, 1 Mile 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Huntsville - Kappa Delta Shamrock 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Huntsville - NSBE 5K STEM Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Mobile - Colors of Cancer 5K Glow Run/Walk & FR, 6:30pm. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com.
March 4, Tuscaloosa - Tuscaloosa Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Huntsville - UAH Spring 8K Road Race, 2pm. Info: Ronnie Nelson (256)656-3989, email@example.com.
March 11, Birmingham - 2nd Annual Birmingham Wine 10K presented by Lemak Health, 8am; Meet and Run with Rio Olympics Bronze Medalist Emma Coburn. Info: Allison Stone/Race Director (205)383-5986, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.wine10k.com March 11, Birmingham - 27th Annual Perseverance 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Fun Run, 8:45am; Registration starts at 6:30am; Benefitting Kids Connection takes place on a flat, fast course through the residential areas of Homewood. Info: mdriggers@dawson church.org, https://runsignup.com/Race/AL/ Birmingham/DawsonPerseverance5K March 11, Mobile - Funky Monkey 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. March 11, Mobile - Let’s Get It 5K, 11am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Montgomery - Montgomery Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: email@example.com.
March 11, Mountain Brook - Village 2 Village 10K, 7:30am; $35 by 3/8, after $50. Info: Alex Morrow, 2709 Mamie L Foster, Birmingham, AL 35209; (205)492-3670, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.village2village10k.com March 11, Talladega - Redskin Run 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 12, Mobile - St. Patrick’s Leprechaun Chase 10K, 5K & 2 Mile Runs; 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Auburn - Auburn Running Festival, Half Marathon & 2-Person Relay 7:15am; 5K 7:30am; 10K 8am; FR 8:30am. Info: (334)332-0327, email@example.com. March 18, Fairhope - Spring Fever Chase 10K Run, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Mobile - O’Daly’s Green Dress Run 5K, 4pm. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. March 18, Mooresville - Rocket Run 10 Mile, 8am. Info: Valerie Connaughton (256)337-0417, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Muscle Shoals - Running The Shoals Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Birmingham - Rumpshaker 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org March 25, Decatur - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Huntsville - McKay Hollow Madness 25K/12K Trail Run, 7am. Info: Cary Long (256)694-5664, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Huntsville - Merrimack Hall 5K & Fun Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Madison - Mustang Mudder 5K w/obstacles, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Mobile - Azalea Trail Run, 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; Fun Run 9:30am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223, email@example.com. April 1, Prattville - Centerpoint Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 4, Huntsville - Double Helix 5K, 5:30pm. Info: Alex and Amanda Clark (256)603-5284, email@example.com. April 8, Anniston - The Donoho School 5K Color Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Birmingham - eCO CU Foundation Charity Trail Run 10K & 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Guntersville - Laranda Nichols Run for Hope 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Mobile - Get Your Rear In Gear 5K Run, 8am. Info: Bill Carroll (251)377-5406, email@example.com. April 8, Valley - Beulah Bobcat Run, 10.16K 8am; 5K 10am; 1 Mile 11am; CST for all events. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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April 9, Huntsville - Bridge Street Town Centre Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com.
April 22, Gadsden - Physicians Who Care 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 9am; $25 by 4/17. Info: Physicians Who Care, One Commerce Square, Gadsden, AL 35901; Lisa Dobbins (256)547-3124, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.physicianswho.care
Feb. 4, Amelia Island - The Ned Tyson Memorial Pirates on the Run 5K/10K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Jacksonville - Chariots of Fur Beach Run & Festival, 5K 10am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@ comcast.net. Feb. 4, Jacksonville - Fight For Air Climb, 8am. Info: Lauren Clark (904)520-7120, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Lakeland - Holloway Park Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: Holloway Park Foundation (813)625-1417, eventshollowaypark@ gmail.com. Feb. 4, Pensacola - Pensacola Double Bridge Run, 15K Race 7am; 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Jason Libbert (850)748-0197 (x110), email@example.com. Feb. 4, Safety Harbor - Best Damn Race, Half Marathon 7:15am; 10K 6:45am; 5K 9am; Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Viera - Super Hero 5K & 1 Miler, 7:30am. Info: Kerry Pappas & Kathy Heron (321)300-HERO, email@example.com. Feb. 4-5, Melbourne - Publix Florida Marathon, 6am & Half Marathon & Relay, 7am (on 2/5); 2/4: 8K, 7am, 5K, 8:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Feb. 5, Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 10:30am. Info: Kate Sark (386)785-6656, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 5, Lithia - Florida Challenge Trail Runs, Half Marathon 8am; 5K 8:30am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Feb. 5, Sarasota - Sarasota Music Half Marathon, 6:30am; Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (777 N. Tamiami Trail); 20+ bands, neighborhood cheer zones, lawn parties, cool bling and our own signature Rockin’ Beer Mile to bring you home with pride! Info: (201)888-8916, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sarasotahalf.com. Feb. 5, Tallahassee - Tallahassee Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Chattahoochee - Chattahoochee Smoochee 5K Race & 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: Pamela Medley (623)249-0076, (850)6632323, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Gilchrist County - Heartbreaker Adventure Race, Elite 10hr. 8am; Sport 4hr. 2pm; Family 1hr. 4pm. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Jacksonville - Swoop the Loop 5K, 9am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Jacksonville - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/ Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 1pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Melbourne - Brevard Zoo’s Komodo Krawl 3K, 7am. Info: 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Tallahassee - Run for the Cookies 5K Run/Walk, 9am; 1 Mile Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Jeanne O’Kon (850)264-4903, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Vero Beach - Cupcake 2 Mile, 8am. Info: Jim Van Veen (772)643-7010, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11-12, Ponte Vedra Beach - Donna Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am (2/12); Anniversary 10K, 8am (2/11); 5K & Family Fun Run, 10am (2/11). Info: (904)355-PINK (7465), email@example.com. Feb. 12, Boca Raton - emb(race) 5K, 7:05am; Family Mile Walk, 9am. Info: (561)297-4402, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Miami - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 2pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Copeland - Everglades Ultras, 50 Mile 6am; 50K 7:30am; 25K 9am. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, DeBary - DeBary Rotary River Run 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Melbourne - 5K Run/Walk for Autism Awareness, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Orange Park - 8K River Day, 8K & 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile FR 8am. Info: (904)731-1900, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Orlando - Quack Attack on Poverty 5K, 8am. Info: Kara Dhuse (407)361-4644, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Orlando - Orlando Extreme. Info: Epic Sports Mktg. (407)484-4423, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Pensacola - Breast Cancer 4 Miler, I Pink I Can Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb . 18, Pensacola - Run for the Cookies Trail Run, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 7am. Info: (850)873-3999, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Sarasota - Superhero 5K & 1K Fun Run, 8am. Info: Rebecca Ronan (214)507-1646, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Tallahassee/St. Marks - Flash 12K/6K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Priddy (850)508-1961, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Tallahassee - Young Actors Theatre Break-A-Leg 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Jennifer Koch (850)766-4734, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, DeLand - Hontoon Runabout 5K & 10K Trail Runs, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 19, Fort Lauderdale - Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, 6am; Komen’s Run for the Pink 6K, 6:30am; Kids Race, 11:45am; 5K (2/18), 7:30am. Info: Matthew Lorraine (561)8655379, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Melbourne - Eye of the Dragon 10K, 7am; Tail of the Lizard 2 Mile, 8:30am; Kids’ Runs, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 19, Naples - Paradise Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Reddick - Blueberry Horseshoe 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. Feb. 19, Tallahassee - Run for Your Life 5K, 9am. Info: MRU (850)644-0009, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Apopka - Real Florida 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. Feb. 25-26, Gainesville - Five Points of Life Race Weekend, Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon-Relay, 7am (2/26); 5K, 8am & Kids Marathon (1.2 miles) on 2/25. Info: Brite Whitaker, Five Points of Life Foundation Director (352)224-1728, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.fivepointsoflife.org.
May 29, Huntsville - Mercedes-Benz Cotton Row Run, 10K 7am; 9am 5K; 1 Mile FR 10am; Running Journal Grand Prix Event. Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063 (before 7pm), email@example.com, www.cottonrow.com. See Ad page 13.
ARKANSAS Feb. 4, Conway - Freezin For a Reason 10K/5K, 9am. Info: (501)450-0512, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Horatio - Never Give Up 5K, 9am. Info: (870)832-4763, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Lake Village AR to Greenville, MS- Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Fort Smith - Fort Smith Marathon, Half Marathon & Relays; 8am. Info: (479)650-6894, email@example.com. Feb. 14, Magnolia - Day Of The Undead Zombie 5K, 5pm. Info: (870)299-3812, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Texarkana - Run the Line Half Marathon & 2-Person Relay, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Benton - The Beat Goes On 5K, 9am. Info: Megan Caldwell (501)776-6746, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Van Buren - Run With the Knights 5K, 8:30am. Info: (479)208-1948, email@example.com. Feb. 26, Little Rock - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with obstacles; 2pm. Info: Great Amazing Race (513)518-0528, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4-5, Little Rock - Little Rock Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & Kids Race; 7am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Alma - Alma Dog Run 5K, 8am. Info: (479)414-1929, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Amity - Beer & Bagel Off Road 4 Mile, 10am. Info: (214)769-3508, email@example.com. March 11, Conway - Chase Race & Paws 2 Mile & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (501)514-4370, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Fort Smith - River Valley Endurance Half Marathon & 25K, 9am. Info: (479)675-2610. March 25, Clinton - Hunger Run 5K, 9am. Info: (843)214-0665, email@example.com. March 25, Conway - Miles for Multiple Sclerosis 5K, 9am. Info: (501)837-6043, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Fayetteville - Down and Dirty 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)616-3299, email@example.com. April 1, Fort Smith - Super Heroes for Autism 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)459-0645, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Litttle Rock - Capital City Classic 10K, 8am. Info: (501)231-3730, email@example.com. April 8, Hot Springs - I Love LK 5K, 9am. Info: (870)833-2332, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Little Rock - Downtown Dash 5K 10K & 1K, 8am. Info: (501)375-5557, email@example.com.
April 8, Springdale - Hogeye Marathon & Relays, Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:05am; $80/Marathon, $60/Half Marathon, $160/4Person Relay; $25/5K by 4/6. Info: Tabby Holmes, POB 8012, Fayetteville, AR 72703; firstname.lastname@example.org, http:// www.hogeyemarathon.com April 8, Van Buren - Run For A Vet 5K & 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (479)806-0444, email@example.com. April 15, Alexander - Avilla Christian Academy Easter 5K, 8am. Info: (501)920-7210, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Fayetteville - Soar With the Owls 5K, 1K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: (479)650-9053, email@example.com. April 22, Fayetteville - Root Rocket 5K, 8am. Info: (479)2003844, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Jacksonville - BV Memorial 5K + 1, 8am. Info: (501)8377055, email@example.com. April 22, Little Rock - Rocket 5K, 8am. Info: (501)664-4625, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Oark - Yale to Oark 10K & 2 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (479)292-3353, email@example.com. April 22, Vilonia - Fly Like an Eagle 5K, 8am. Info: (501)7439431, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Conway - Mary Jane Moix Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: (501)327-2255, email@example.com. April 29, El Dorado - BSA 5K, 8am. Info: (870)866-7855, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Fayetteville - Iron Pig Festival, 5K & FR, 8:45am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, email@example.com. April 29, Little Rock - Panther Prowl 5K, 8am. Info: (501)2474996, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Race Directors: Don’t forget to send us your race information for our race calendar. March 2017 issue deadline is Feb. 10. See Calendar form on page 22 or visit our website: www.running.net
www.running.net Feb. 25, LaBelle - Swamp Stomp 5K, 7:30am. Info: Tricia Boone (239)657-2306, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Marianna - Golson Go-Pher a Run 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Pensacola - Bay to Breakfast 8K Cross Country Challenge, 7:30am. Info: (832)444-7529, email@example.com. Feb. 25-26, Tampa - Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic Race Weekend, 2/25: 15K Wheelchair 6:40am, 15K 6:45am; 5K 9:15am; 2/26: Half Marathon 6am; 8K 9:15am. Info: Susan Harmeling (813)254-7866, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tampabayrun.com Feb. 25, Tallahassee - Trailblazer 5K Race, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 9:30am. Info: Travis & Karena Miler (850)509-9140, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Tallahassee - Get Outdoors Florida Family Day 5K Race & 1 Mile Critter Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Titusville - A. Max Brewer Bridge GLOW! 5K, 6pm. Info: Sheila Nelson - email@example.com. Feb. 26, Bryceville - Angry Tortoise 50K & 25K, 7am. Info: Charlie Sauter-Hunsberger (904)502-9407, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 2-5, Crystal River - Sea to Sea Florida’s 72Hr. Adventure Race. Info: email@example.com. March 4, High Springs - Race the Tortoise 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Jacksonville - Kilwins Ice Cream Run, 5K 7:30am. Info: Tina Morris (904)479-6699, email@example.com. March 4, Jacksonville - MOO-VE IT 5K, 10am; 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 4, Lakeland - Lakeland Regional Health Hollis Cancer Center 3rd Annual Promise Run, 10K 7am; 5K 8:35am; $34/5K, $47/10K 12/1-2/25; $40/5K, $50/10K 2/26-3/3; $45/5K, $55/10K on Race Day. Info: Lakeland Regional Health Foundation, 1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lakeland, FL 33805; Jodi Ridley (863)687-1024, email@example.com, www.promiserun.org March 4, Ocala - Strawberry Jam 5K, 7am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Orlando - Best Damn Race, Half Marathon 7:25am; 10K & 5K Challenge 7:05am; 10K 7:05am; 5K 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Panama City - Run for the Cookies 5K, 1 Mile Run/ Walk; 6:30am. Info: (850)873-3999, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Pensacola - Bayou Hills Run, 10K Run & 5K Run/Walk 7:30am; 1 Mile Kids Run 8:45am. Info: Nathan Green (850)3939232, email@example.com. March 4, St. George Island - Red Pepper Run 5K, 8am. Info: Susan Bassett (850)323-0092. March 4, Tallahassee - Shamrock Scurry 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Brooksville - Long Play Trail Race, 33 1/3 Mile, 6:30am; Half Marathon & 5 Mile, 7am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. March 5, DeBary - Swamp House Half Marathon & 5K, 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 5, Ft. Myers - Hooters Half Marathon, Individual & 2-Person Relay Team; 7am; $65 before 2/19, $75 2/20-3/4, $85 Race Day (Relay Team - Double Entry Fee); Medals for all finishers. Info: Ft. Myers Track Club, POB 60131, Ft. Myers, FL 33906-6131; www.hootershalfmarathon.com, Online registration at www.ftmyerstrackclub.com March 5, Seaside - Seaside School Half Marathon, 7am; 5K Run, 7:25am. Info: Alicia Butler (850)231-0396, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Stuart - Marathon Of The Treasure Coast, Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay & Non-Competitive Walking, 10K & 5K, 6:30am; Kids Race, 8am (on 3/4). Info: email@example.com. March 9, Melbourne - Florida Today Corporate 5K, 6:15pm. Info: Denise Piercy (321)751-8890, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 10, Viera - There’s No Place Like Home 5K Run/Walk, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Bartow - 2017 Polk Senior Games, 5K 8:30am. Info: Deena Wilbur (863)533-0055, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Haines City - Orange Blossom Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: Sommer Sports (352)394-1320, email@example.com.
March 11, Jacksonville - 40th Annual Gate River Run 15K & Florida Times Union 5K for Charity, 8:30am; Brooks Rehabilitation Challenge Mile, 10am; Junior River Run/ Free 1 Mile FR for Children, 11am; $45/15K, $30/5K 1/1-31; $50/15K, $35/5K 2/1-28; $55/ 15K, $35/5K 3/1-7, and at the Runner’s Expo if spots still available. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, events@1stplacesports. com, www.gateriverrun15k.com March 11, Melbourne - Brianna Marie Foundation 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 11, Sarasota - Life in the Son 5K/10K, 8am. Info: (941)9224434, FCsarasota@aol.com. March 12, Fort De Soto Park - Florida Beach Halfathon & 5K, 7:05am. Info: email@example.com, www.floridaroadraces.com. March 12, Ocala - Live Oak International 5K, 7:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 18, Big Pine Key - FAVOR’S 3rd Annual Run With Deer 5K Run/Walk, 8am; $20 (14-over), $25 on Race Day; $10 (13under), $15 on Race Day; Children under 5 Free (w/parent); Race T-shirt for early registration; Space is limited so sign up today! Info: FAVOR Florida Keys (305)731-6362, http://www.favorfloridakeys.org/run-withdeer. See Ad page 6. March 18, Davie - Great Amazing Race Miami Adventure Run/ Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 2pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, email@example.com. March 18, Jacksonville - Victory 5K To Stop Hunger Now, 5K 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Ocala - St. Paddy’s Day 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. March 18, Pensacola - Blue Angel Rock N Fly Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (301)788-9721, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 19, Marco Island - Marco Island Half Marathon Bridge Run & 5K, 7:30am; $60/Half by 3/17, $90 3/18 & Race Day; $40/5K by 3/17, $50 3/18 & Race Day. Info: Frederick Kramer, 950 N. Collier Blvd. #101, Marco Island, FL 34145; (239)394-3900, fkramer@marco islandlaw.com, www.marcoislandhalf marathon.com March 19, Tampa - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 3pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, email@example.com. March 19, Viera - Excalibur 10 Miler & Relay, 7:30am; Dragon Slayer 2 Miler, 7:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Melbourne - Downtown Melbourne 5K, 7:30am. Info: Frank Webbe (321)674-7457, email@example.com. March 25, Ormond Beach - Tomoka Marathon, 6am; Half Marathon, 6:30am; 5K, 7am. Info: (407)314-8583, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Tallahassee - Bobcat 5K & 1 Mile Family Traiil Run, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Tallahassee - Florida High 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 25, Temple Terrace - 36th Annual Driscolls Strawberry Classic Race, 5K, 10K, 15K Challenge (5K+10K); 10K 7:15am; 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile 9am; $30/5K, $30/10K, $50/ 15K Challenge; $10/1 Mile; Deadline 3/18. Info: Ron Tiller, POB 290372, Tampa, FL 33687; (813)843-3276, email@example.com, www.tampabayrunners.com March 26, Palm Bay - Treading for Bread 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, Thonotosassa - Trout Creek Trail Runs, 15K & 5K; 8:30am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. March 26, West Palm Beach - South Florida Runs Coconut 5K, 7:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 31, NW Bradenton - Robinson Preserve Twilight 5K & 10K, 6:30pm; $35/5K, $40/10K by 3/25; after 3/25 $40/5K, $45/10K. Info: Doug Schiller, POB 89, Ellenton, FL 34222; Doug Schiller (941)932-6147, email@example.com, www.fit2run.com April 1, Brooksville - Croom Fools Run, 50 Mile, 6am; 50K & 16 Mile, 7am. Info: (813)232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Fort Lauderdale - Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s Riverwalk Run, 5K, 5 Mile & Fun Run; 8am. Info: Junior League of Greater Fort Lauderdale (954)462-1350, email@example.com. April 1, Gainesville - Equal Access Clinic Network 5K Glow Run, 7pm. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Orlando - CFNL Wounded Warrior Lone Sailor 5K/10K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com.
April 1, Tallahassee - GWTC 42nd Annual Springtime 10K/5K, 8:10am; 1 Mile, 7:45am; Finishing medals will be provided for the first 1,000 finishers for the 10K only. Monetary awards of $150, $100 & $75 for the first 3 overall M/F 10K finishers & $75 for the first M/ F master & grandmaster 10K finishers. Info: Sean & Amanda Hudson firstname.lastname@example.org, http:// www.springtime10k.com
www.running.net April 1, Siesta Key Beach, Sarasota - Run for the Turtles 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 7:30am. Info: Samantha Byrd (941)388-4441 (x426), email@example.com. April 1, Vero Beach - Citrus Classic 5K, 7:30am. Info: Jim Van Veen (772)643-7010, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1-2, Milton - XTERRA Blackwater Triathlon, S-800 yd., Mtn Bike-12 mi., Trail Run-3.75 mi., 9am (4/1); Bear Lake Super Sprint Off-Road Triathlon, S-250yd., Mtn Bike-6 mi., Trail Run-1.5 mi., 3:15pm (4/1); 21K & 6.5K Trail Runs, 9am (4/2). Info: email@example.com. April 2, Jacksonville Landing - Run 13.1, Half Marathon & 5K; 7am. Info: www.1stsplacesports.com. April 8, Darien - Blessing of the Feet 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Panama City - Coach Post 10K & 5K, 7:30am. lnfo: Tricia Petty (850)7697448. April 8, Perry - Warrior Creek 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Sopchoppy - Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ 5K, 8am. Info: Susan Shearer (850)545-6678. April 8, Tallahassee - Southern Scholarship Foundation Education for Life 5K, 8am. Info: Amber Tynan (850)222-3833, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Tallahassee - Climb the Hill for Good Health FAMU 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Tallahassee - Verity Health 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: Michelle Kynoch (850)320-6158, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Pensacola - Justice Jog 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: (850)202-1010, email@example.com. April 22, Carrabelle - Tate’s Hell and Back 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: BeLinda Wharton (850)544-5410, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Crawfordville - TCC Wakulla Environmental Institute “Hops and Half Shells” 5K Trail Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Ranie Thompson (850)201-6064, email@example.com. April 22, Gainesville - Gator Clot Trot 5K & Fun Walk, 8am. Info: Caitlyn Beersdorf (407)629-0000, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Jensen Beach - Children’s Home Society of Florida Treasure Coast 5K Run/1K Walk, 7:30am. Info: Cathy Harrelson (772)344-4020 (ext. 224), email@example.com. April 22, St. Augustine - Shearwater 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Tallahassee - Ronald McDonald House Red Shoe Run, 5K & 10K 8:30am; 1 Mile 8am. Info: Wyatt Brooks (850)322-4362, email@example.com. April 22, Tallahassee - Earth Day Adventure Race, Elite 18hr. 4pm; Sport 4hr. 12pm; Family 1-2hr. 2pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 23, Clermont - Lake Minneola Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:40am. Info: (352)3941320, email@example.com. April 29, Pensacola - Fiesta of Five Flags 10K & 5K, 7:30am. Info: (832)444-7529, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Sanford - Melissa’s Race to Battle Brain Cancer 5K. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. April 29, Tallahassee - Nene Fest 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Jessica Kennett (850)241-3283, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 30, Cocoa Beach - U.S.A. Beach Running Championships, 10K & Half Marathon; 6am. Info: email@example.com.
GEORGIA Feb. 3-4, Tybee Island - Critz Tybee Run Fest 2017, 2/3: Kiddie Run 6pm; 5K Run 6:15pm; 2/4: 10K 7am; Half Marathon 8:30am; 2.8 Mile Beach Run 12pm; 1 Mile 1pm; $45/5K, $50/10K, $70/Half Marathon, $40/2.8 mi. beach run, $35/1 mi., $130/All 5 Events 1/8-2/1. Entry fees will increase after 2/1 (see website). Info: Emily Dover (912)629-7031, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.critztybeerun.com Feb. 4, Albany - Nun Run, 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile FR 8am. Info: St. Teresa’s School Front Office (229)436-0134, email@example.com. Feb. 4, Atlanta - Super Brawl 5K, 9am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Newnan - Run For Angels 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 5, Gainesville - (New Date) Jordan’s Run for Riverside 5K & 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: Claire Henry (404)512-0090, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Americus - Americus Kiwanis 5K Kold Run & Walk, 8am. Info: Charlene Pennymon (229)928-6487, Stephen Pinnell (229)938-1099. Feb. 11, Cumming - Sole Mate 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: North GA Running Co. (678)771-8270, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Dunwoody - With or Without You 5K, 8am; The Love Bug 1K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Athens - Frog Hop 5K, 2:30pm; Tadpole 1 Mile FR, 2pm. Info: Katie (706)613-3615 (x235). Feb. 18, Brunswick - Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation Bridge Run, 5K Run/Walk; 8am, 9am, 10am. Info: Bryan Thompson 1(800)537-5142 (x2786), email@example.com. Feb. 18, Douglas - Heart 2 Heart, 1 Mile Kid’s FR 7:30am; 5K & 10K 8am; 3 Mile Walk 8:05am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Winder - XTERRA Georgia “Thrill In The Hills”, Marathon & Half Marathon Trail Run; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 19, Columbus - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with tasks; 2pm. Info: (513)518-0528, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Alpharetta - AES Flying 5K, 7am; 1K, 8am. Info: Carole Back (706)6807223, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Athens - Barrow Boogie 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: Katy Brodrick (706)296-1677, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Bainbridge - Kiwanis River Run 5K & 10K, 9am. Info: Roy Oliver (229)5150175, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Powder Springs - Lost Mountain 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Kathleen Plumer - firstname.lastname@example.org or MCCS (770)590-1866. Feb. 25, Roswell - Wiphan Warthog Waddle 5K, 8:30am; 1K, 8am. Info: Dana Poole (678)367-5200, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Savannah - Race For Preservation, 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk; 8am. Info: (912)233-7787. Feb. 25, Thomasville - Run for Rover 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society (229)228-0613, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Watkinsville - Habitat Hustle 5K, 1:30pm; Fun Run, 1pm. Info: Carole Back (706)680-7223, email@example.com. Feb. 26, Augusta - Augusta University Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • February, 2017 March 3, Bethlehem - Bethlehem Knight Llight 5K, 6pm; Fun Run, 5pm. Info: Carole Black (706)680-7223, email@example.com. March 4, Albany - Snickers Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: (229)317-4760, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Atlanta - Dental Dash at Dawn 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Dudley - Faster Than A Pastor/Pass a Teacher Half Marathon, 8 Mile & 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Monroe - ICE 5K Run/Walk, 2pm. Info: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Warrenton - March Hare Affair 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk; 9am. Info: Cindy Rivers (706)465-9604, email@example.com, www.WarrenCountyGA.com. March 4, Watkinsville - OCMS Brave Run, 1 Mile FR 8am; 5K Race 8:30am. Info: Carole Back (706)680-7223, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Rome - Berry Half Marathon & 10K, 8am; 5K, 8:20am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Savannah - Craft Brew Races, 5K 12pm. Info: (401)856-9197, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Whigham - Whigham School Tribe Trot 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 12, Kennesaw - Chasing Moonlight/Racing Sunlight, the 5K in Paradise, 1am/ moonlight; 8am/sunlight. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Bainbridge - Bainbridge Half Marathon & Relay, 5K, 7am; Kids Marathon, 9am. Info: (229)416-7337, email@example.com. March 18, Jefferson - Clover Run Over 5K, 10am; 1 Mile FR, 9:30am. Info: Ali Merk (706)367-6344, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Lawrenceville - Gwinnett Life Run 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 19, Atlanta - Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Johns Creek - Lucky Leprechaun 5K, 8:30am; 1K, 8am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. March 26, Atlanta - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 3pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Athens - Chick-fil-A Connect Half Marathon, 21K, 5K & 1 Mile; 7am. Info: Connect Events (706)310-6053, email@example.com. April 1, Bonaire - Run 2 End Alzheimer’s at the Landings, 5K Run/walk 8am; 10.5K Run, 8:30am; Fun Run to follow. Info: John Rowlands (478)922-6556, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 2, Dunwoody - Daffodil Dash 5K, 9am; 1 Mile, 9:15am. Info: Andrea Videlefsky (855)665-4234, email@example.com. April 8, Savannah - Publix Savannah Women’s Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Tifton - Run for the Nurses Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: Becky Arnold (229)391-5024, email@example.com.
April 15, Atlanta (Piedmont Park) - Atlanta Children’s Shelter 5 To Thrive 5K & Bunny Run, 8am; $35 (Promo Code ACS Run) by 2/28, after $40. Info: Carmen Simmons, POB 54322, Atlanta, GA 30308; (404)892-3713 (x5433), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.acsatl.org
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April 22, Kennesaw - Glow It Up Blue 5K, 8:30pm; 1K, 8pm. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com.
April 22, Roswell - Run the River 5K/10K, 10K Run 7:30am; 5K Run 7:45am; 5K Walk 7:50am; 1 Mile Fun Run 7:55am; $30/10K, $25/5K Run & Walk, $15/Fun Run by 4/21. Info: Steve Buck, 89 Grove Way, Roswell, GA 30027; (404)408-8508, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runtheriver.org April 29, Thomasville - Rose City 10K Run, 8am; Rose City 1 Mile Run, 9:30am. Info: Rose City Run, Cyndee Keel (229)226-9878, email@example.com. April 30, Chatsworth - Tear Drop Half Marathon, 10K & 5K (all downhill); 7:30am. Info: Sean Pfister, POB 54101, Atlanta, GA 30308; (678)237-5434, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.teardrophalf.com.
KENTUCKY Feb. 5, Versailles - SOUPer Bowl Sunday Fore! Miler, 4 Mile; 2pm. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Lexington - Frigid 4 Miler & 1.5 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Louisville - Polar Bear Grand Prix - Snowman Shuffle 4 Mile, 9am. Info: (502)386-1502, email@example.com. Feb. 12, Highland Heights - Valentine’s 2 Mile Labor of Love Run, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Pine Ridge - Red River Gorge, Koomer Ridge Campground, 5 & 17 Miles; 6am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 21, Frankfort - Be My Strider 3K, 5:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Somerset - SJWC Snow Shoe Shuffle 5K Run/Walk, 10am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Hodgenville - Lincoln’s Birthday 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Lexington - Ernie’s Bacon Run 5K & Little Bacon Kids 1K, 9am. Info: (859)475-3232, email@example.com. March 11, Burnside - Shamrock Shuffle 5K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Grand Rivers - Land Between the Lakes Trail Runs, 23K, Marathon, 60K, 50 Miles & 10K; 6:30am. Info: Steve Durbin (270)556-1679, email@example.com. March 12, Lexington - Lafayette Band Pride of the Bluegrass 8 to 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Carole Howell (859)420-7845, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 17, Frankfort - Good Shepherd Run for the Gold 3K, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Lexington - The Perfect 10 Miler & 10K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Nancy - Edurus 10K Trail Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Owensboro - Color Blast 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Lexington - A Run for the Arts 5K, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Berea - CASA 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Bowling Green - Total Fitness Connection Run & Walk for Children, Half Marathon & Relay, 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Children’s Race; 8am/cst. Info: Nickie Jones (270)781-6714, email@example.com.
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March 25, Lexington - Kappa Delta Shamrock Shuffle 5K, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Lexington - Quarter Horse Marathon Relay, Solo & Teams; 9am. Info: (859)475-3232, email@example.com. March 25, Lexington - Blue Devil Dash 5K Run/Walk, 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Frankfort - Find The Fridge 8K Trail Run, 5pm. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Lexington - RunTheBluegrass Half Marathon & 7 Miler, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Lexington - Boot, Scoot, and Boogie 5K for UK Agricultural Education, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 15, Bowling Green - The Baker arboretum 5K Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Burnside - BETA Club Hippity Hop 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 15, Danville - Nitze’s Hippity Hoppity 3K Run/Walk, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Lexington - University of Kentucky Health & Wellness: LiveWell 5K Run/Walk, 10am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Georgetown - School House Champions 5K, 5:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Lexington - The Haiti Hustle 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Murray - Murray Half Marathon, Relay & 5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: (270)762-1800, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Richmond - Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Wilmore - Wesley Waddle 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 28, Lexington - RK-5K The Twilight Race at Rolex Kentucky, 6:30pm. Info: (859)475-3232, email@example.com. April 29, Burnside - Walk Run and Wag Your Tail 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, London - Laurel County Life Center 5K/Walk for Life, 8:30am. Info: Jara Burkhart (606)877-1717, email@example.com. April 29, Louisville - Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon & miniMarathon, 7:30am (wheelchair 7:25am). Info: (800)928-3378, firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOUISIANA Feb. 4, Lafayette - Cajun Road Runners Al Comeaux 10 Miler, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Minden - Minden Run for St. Jude, Half Marathon 7:30am; 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; FR 7:40am. Info: (318)470-8663, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 5, New Orleans - Humana Rock ‘N’ Roll New Orleans Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 10K, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. Feb. 11, Shreveport - King Cake Classic, 10K 8am; 5K 8:20am; 1/2 Mile FR 7:45am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Shreveport - Captain Shreve Gator Run, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Lafayette - Krewe de Mardi Gras 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Metairie - Mardi Gras 5K, 10am. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. Feb. 18, Youngsville - Little Lambs 5K Walk/Run, 8am; 1 Mile Kid’s Run (10-under), 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Haughton - Eastwood Baptist Church 5K, 8am. Info: Church Office (318)949-9433, email@example.com. Feb. 26, Lake Charles - Mardi Gras Madness 5K, 2:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 27, Lafayette - Lundi Gras Bar-A-Thon, 3 mi., 6 mi. & 8 mi.; 5pm. Info: Scott (337)781-9416, email@example.com. March 4-5, Franklinton - Q50 Races Extravanganza, 50 Miles, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Info: (504)390-8807, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, New Orleans - Reds on the 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: (504)312-8793. March 4, Shreveport - St. Joseph Catholic School Crawfish Crawl 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 7:45am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Shreveport/Bossier City - Shamrock Shuffle 5K, 8:15am; 1/2 Mile Kids FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, New Orleans - Uptown Classic 5K Run/Walk, 8:45am; 1/2 Mile Family FR/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Chuck George (504)4681488, email@example.com. March 11, Lake Charles - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Monroe - Camp Quality 5K Race & 5K Walk, 4pm; 1 Mile FR (12-under), 5pm. Info: email@example.com. March 11, New Orleans to Slidell - Louisiana Paradise Bridge Run, 13.1K (8.2 Miles), 2 Mile Run/Walk; 7:30am. Info: Chuck George (504)468-1488, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Shreveport - The Pie Run, 10K & 5K 8am 1/2 Mile Run 7:45am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Stonewall - North Desoto Griffin Run 5K, 8:45am; 1/ 2 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 12, Garyville - Frisco Fest Run 5K, 9am; 1 Mile Run, 8:30am; 25 & 40 Mile Bike Tour on 3/11. Info: Plantation Office (985)535-2341, email@example.com. March 12, Lafayette - Zydeco Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Ruston - Kappa Delta Shamrock 5K Road Race, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, New Orleans - Al Briede Gold Cup 3 Miles & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. March 26, Baton Rouge - Anna’s Grace Quarter Marathon, 8:15am; 1 Mile FR, 7:45am. Info: Monica Alley (225)931-1960, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, New Orleans - Best Damn Race, Half Marathon 7:30am; 5K 7:50am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Gonzales - Heart Hero Hustle 5K, 9am; 1 Mile, 10am. Info: Kelee King (225)768-2590, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 2, Punta Cana - Punta Cana Marathon, 5am; Half Marathon & 10K, 6am. Info: email@example.com.
April 8, New Orleans - Bursting with Speed 5K & 1/2 Mile, 8am. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. April 15, New Orleans - The Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic 10K, 8am. Info: (504)861-8686, firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARYLAND Feb. 19, Greenbelt - George Washington’s Birthday Marathon & Relay, 10am. Info: email@example.com. March 12, Baltimore - Under Armour Kelly St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5K, 1:15pm. Info: Kelly Dees (410)308-1870, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, Severna Park - B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Sparks Glencoe - Back On My Feet Oldfields Half Marathon & Relay, 8:30am. Info: (215)772-1080, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Cambridge - Dorchester YMCA King Crab Challenge & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K Run & Fun Walk, 9:30am. Info: Dorchester YMCA (410)221-0505. April 8, Cumberland - Queen City Marathon for Active Water, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Ridgely - Arbor Day Run, 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 9am. Info: Jenny Houghton (410)634-2847, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 9, Hancock - Western Maryland Rail Trail Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. April 15, Middletown - SMHS Makin’ Hay 10K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Manchester - River Valley Run Trail Half Marathon. Info: River Valley Ranch (443)712-1010, email@example.com. April 22, Silver Spring - Oral Cancer Foundation 5K Walk/Run in memory of Peter McGee Hoffman, 9am. Info: Peggy Hoffman (202)232-4389, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 23, Columbia - Columbia Half Marathon, 8:15am; 5K, 8:35am. Info: email@example.com. April 29, Ocean City - Ocean City Island 2 Island Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 30, St. Mary’s - St. Mary’s Historic Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com.
MISSISSIPPI Feb. 4, Tupelo - Tupelo Muddy 5K & 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: Mindy Austin (662)871-1964, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Hattiesburg - Mad Dash to Mardi Gras 5K Run, 2 Mile Walk & FR; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Lake Village AR to Greenville, MS - Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Ocean Springs - Valentine Day Bridge Run 8K & 1/2 Mile, 9am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Biloxi - Arbor Day 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: (228)3807037, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Jackson - Make A Difference One Step At A Time, 5K Run/Walk 8:30am; 1 Mile FR 9:30am. Info: (601)914-3220, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Madison - Nate Rogers Race For The Laces, 5K Run/ Walk, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Mary Ford (601)942-2094, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Bay St. Louis - Bay/Waveland 10 Mile & 5K Run, 9am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Jackson - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with obstacles; 2pm. Info: Great Amazing Race (513)518-0528, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Laurel - Mississippi Trail 50, 50 Mile & 50K 6am; 20K 8am. Info: Running Bear (601)425-7005 (d), (601)319-9602 (n), email@example.com. March 4, Pass Christian - Read, Write & Run 5K, 9am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Gulfport - Run for Relief 5K, 9am. Info: (228)3807037, email@example.com. March 25, Columbus to Jackson - Wyatt V. Courage Run: 150 Mile Relay Race, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Greenwood - Viking Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: Greenwood-Leflore Chamber of Commerce (662)453-4152, email@example.com. April 1, Hattiesburg - Rise & Shine Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: Susan Yarrow (601)261-3689, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Olive Branch - TWIGS Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:15am. Info: email@example.com. April 2, Houston - Altis Marathon & Half Marathon on Tanglefoot Trail, Marathon 7:30am; Half 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 8, Jackson - Race for the Cure, 10K 8:15am; 5K 8:30am; $35/5K, $40/10K by 4/2, after $40/5K, $45/10K. Info: Central Mississippi Steel Magnolias Affiliate of Susan G. Komen, 103 Fairmont Plaza, Pearl, MS 39208; Shannon McLaughlin (601)9323999, email@example.com, www.komencentralms.org April 22, Clarksdale - Juke Joint Festival, 8K Run, 8am; 5K Run/Walk, 8:10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Pass Christian - Gulf Coast Classic 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. April 22, Tishomingo - Swinging Bridge Trail Run, Half Marathon & 4 Miler; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
RUNNING JOURNAL MAKES A GREAT GIFT!
NORTH CAROLINA Feb. 4, Fontana Dam - Yeti or Not! 25K Trail Race in Dupont, 10am. Info: Ellen Stallings (828)674-6087, email@example.com, www.footrxasheville.com. Feb. 4, Charlotte - 49er Gold Rush 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: LaVella J Hall (704)687-0430, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Conover - LEE Loves Local 5K Love Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Goldsboro - Heart & Sole Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Ophir - Uwharrie Mountain Run, 40 Mile 7am; 20 Mile 8am; 8 Mile 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 5, Charlotte - OS1st Big Game 4 Miler, 9am; Kid’s 100yd. dash, 10:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Albemarle - Fellowship of the Idiot 19.7 Mile Run (no charge), 5:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Black Mountain - Valentine Run 5K, 10am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Chapel Hill - Alpha Phi Omega’s TABLE 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Charlotte - The Great Chocolate Race, 10 Mile or 5K; 7am. Info: (757)849-8566, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Charlotte - Frigid 5K Run & Plunge, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Clayton - I Heart 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Concord - Cupid Shuffle 5K Run/Walk, 12pm. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Danbury - Up the Creek 10 Mile Trail Race, 9:40am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Gastonia - Forestview Cupid’s Shuffle 5K, 10am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Greenville - Cupid’s Crawl 10K & 5K, 8:45am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Jacksonville - USAA Grand Prix Series - Xtreme 12K+ Endurance Challenge, 8am. Info: (910)451-0025, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Knightdale - Cupid Run, 5K Run/Walk 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Kure Beach - Polar Plunge 5K, 1:30pm. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 12, Cary - Sole Mates 5K & 10K, 3pm; Kids Sprint Run, 2:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Chapel Hill - Carolina Fever - Fight Cancer 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 12, Greensboro - Valentine Massacre Marathon Relay, 10am. Info: (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Raleigh - Run for the Roses, 5K 2pm; Kid’s Dash 3:15pm. Info: Elizabeth Werner (919)880-3147, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Denver - 8th Annual Valentine’s & Couples Div., 5K 9:30am; 1 Mile FR 10:15am. Info: Melvin Morrison (704)736-1860 (x25422), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sportoften.com/event/ 27468/valentine/’s-5k,-couples-&-fun-run Feb. 18, Oak Island - Run Oak Island, Marathon 6am; Half Marathon 7am; 5K Run/Walk 7:15am; 1 Mile Run/Walk 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Union Mills - Box Creek Wilderness 5K/10K Run/Walk, 10am. Info: Justin Conner (828)748-7956, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Wilmington - Race 13.1 Wilmington, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Black Mountain - The Black Mountain Marathon & Mount Mitchell Challenge 40 Mile; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Chapel Hill - Shamrock ‘N’ Run 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Ellerbe - Ellerbe Springs Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Gibsonville - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Half Marathon, 2:30pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Washington - Race for Epilepsy Half Marathon, 5K, Fun Run/Walk; 7am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Weaverville - North Buncombe Middle School Chilly Challenge 8K, 1 Mile FR; 10am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 26, Albemarle - Waffle House 10K Plus Run With 5K Option, 6:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Brevard - Oskar Blues Brewery 4 Mile, 11am (start at Oskar Blues Brewery). Info: Bill Baldwin (828)242-1123, email@example.com, www.pisgahrunning.com. March 4, Chapel Hill - Saint Paul Village Community Walk & 5K Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Chapel Hill - BlueBlood Rivalry RunFest, 5K RunWalk; 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Charlotte - BB&T Corporate Cup, Half Marathon 7:40am; 5K 8:15am. Info: Childress YMCA Sales & Service Center (704)716-6400, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Durham - Florence Forth Road Race, 10K & 5K; 8am. Info: Leslie McDow (919)964-0454, email@example.com. March 4, Fayetteville - American Warrior 5K Walk/Run, 9:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Fontana Dam - Fontandango 50 Mile, 50K, 10 Mile & 50K Relay; 8:30am. Info: Ellen Stallings (828)674-6087, email@example.com, www.footrxasheville.com. March 4, Maiden - Miles for Maiden 5K, 9am; FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Mocksville - Shamrock 5K & 10K Run, 8:15am/5K Run & Fun Walk; 9am/10K Run; Register Jan. 1-Feb. 27: 5K or 10K (Students 18-under) $20, both 5K & 10K $25; 5K or 10K (Adults) $25, both 5K & 10K $35; 5K Fun Walk (not timed, t-shirt included) $15; Feb. 28 thru Day of Race add $10 to above fees. Info: Church Office (336)751-2973, Director@ShamrockRunNC.com, www.ShamrockRunNC.com. March 4, Morehead City - Crystal Coast Half Marathon, 9am; 10K, 9:15am; & 5K, 9:30am. Info: Nikki Popovich (443)722-7423.
March 4, New Bern - Superhero Dash 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com; James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Raleigh - Mission Outreach Benefit 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 9:15am. Info: Malcolm Deans (252)289-7952, email@example.com. March 4, Raleigh - Umstead Trail Marathon, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11-12, Asheville - Asheville Marathon (3/12); Half Marathon (3/11); 7:30am. Info: idaph events (828)450-7514, email@example.com. March 11, Charlotte - Color Me Green 5K Trail Race, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Jacksonville - USAA Grand Prix Series - St. Paddy’s Engineer Challenge 5 Mile, 8am. Info: (910)451-0025, email@example.com.
March 11, Lenoir - Leprechaun Leap 5K & 10K, 9am; $25/5K, $35/10K by 3/3. Info: Zack Carter, 1031 Jim Barger Ct., Lenoir, NC 28645; (828)757-2196, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://runsignup.com/Race/NC/Lenoir/ LeprechaunLeapCouchto5kChallenge March 11, Greenville - Live Well Free 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. March 11, Lincolnton - iKnight Tech Drive 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Newport - Go for the Gold 5K, 9:30am; 1 Mile Kids FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Raleigh - American Cancer Society 5K, 8:30am. Info: Adrian Fleming (919)206-4693, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Raleigh - Sola Hot Mini 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jackelyn Vander Veer (410)353-9971, email@example.com. March 11, Whispering Pines - Shamrock ‘N’ Roll Road Race, 1 Mile FR 8:15am; 5K 9:15am; 10K 9:20am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 12, Cary - Running Over Cancer 5K, 2:30pm. Info: email@example.com. March 12, Greensboro - Northern Trails Marathon, Half Marathon & 10 Miler, 7am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 13, Locust - Spring Into Health 5K & Fun Run, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Beaufort - Purple Rubber Monkey Duck Fun Run, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Bostic - Bear Foot 5K & 1/2 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Charlotte - Shamrock 4 Miler, 8am; Kid’s Leprechaun Jog, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Mount Olive - The Outlaw Foundation 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Oxford - Granville Ambulance Chase 10K, 5K, 5K Fun Run, 1 Mile Family Walk & Kids Dash; 4pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Waynesville - Mountaineer 2 Miler, 10am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Williamston - Biggsanity 5K in partnership with Special Olympics, 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/Walk 8:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Cary - Allscripts Tobacco Road Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. March 19, Goldsboro - Color Outside the Lines 5K, 1 Mile FR; 1pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Chapel Hill - KE Caring Community 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Charlotte - The New South Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Charlotte - Great Amazing Race Adventure Run/Walk for Adults & Kids, 1.5 Mile with novelty stations; 3pm. Info: Greg Benton (513)518-0528, email@example.com. March 25, Clayton - Donate Life Hero Run, 5K & 10K 9am; 1 Mile 10am. Info: Melissa Blackmon (919)964-3562, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Conover - FootChase 5K, 8:30am; Fun Run, 8am. Info email@example.com. March 25, Emerald Isle - Emerald Isle Marathon, Half Marathon 5K. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Greensboro - Hamilton Lakes 10K & 5K, 3pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. March 25, Hudson - Hall Pass 5K, 9am. Info: Matt Ingram (828)396-2188, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Raleigh - Dog Day Fun Run, 5K 12 Noon; 2 Mile 12:10pm. Info: Kaitlyn Ferguson - email@example.com. March 25, Salisbury - Mt. Hope Church 5K Run for Missions, 9am; Fun Run, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Saxapahaw - Sun and Spud 5K, 9am; Kid’s Dash, 8:30am. Info: Justine Post (989)430-4315, email@example.com. March 25, Wilmington/Wrightsville Beach - Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 6:40am; Susan G. Komen 5K, 1 Mile FR, 4:30pm; 3/24: Eli’s 1 Mile FR, 6pm. Info: Tom Clifford (910)297-4973, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, Chapel Hill - Get Your Motor Running 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 26, Fort Bragg - Fort Bragg All American Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: (910)907-3616, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, Winterville - Bulldog Taste the Rainbow Color Run 5K, 3pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. April 1, Cary - Greater Raleigh Young Life 5K, 9am. Info: Hannah Williams (919)833-6576, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Clayton - Taking Strides Against Domestic Violence 5K Walk/Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Concord - The Puppy Rescue 5K, 10am; 1 Mile FR, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.running.net April 1, Denver - St. James Elementary School Royal Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Greenville - East Carolina University Army ROTC Patriot Mud Run 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Jacksonville - Semper Fi Fund Beat the Bridge 10K, 8:30am; 5K, 8:35am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Morganton - Run for the Paws 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1-2, Raleigh - Rock ‘n’ Roll Raleigh Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510, (800)3111255. April 1, Washington - Special Olympics Beaufort/Hyde Rabbit Race, 10K, 5K & FR; 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Winston-Salem - Camel City Race Fest Half Marathon & 5 Miler, 8:30am. Info: (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Apex - Apex Kiwanis 5K & Play 2017, Kid’s Dash 8:30am; Mile 8:45am; 5K 9:15am. Info: Lee Shanklin (919)5450125, email@example.com. April 8, Cary - Cary Road Race, 10K 8:30am; 5K 9:45am; Mile 10:30am. Info: Kirk Matthews (919)469-4363, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Charlotte - Charlotte RaceFest Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: Scott Dvorak (704)377-8786, email@example.com. April 8, Elkin - Habitat HAMMER 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Claire Sellars (336)526-2277, habitat@UYVhabitat.org. April 9, Greensboro - RunnerDude 10 Mile Challenge, 7am; 10K, 7:10am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Hollister - Haliwa-Saponi 5K, 8am. Info: Al Cooper (252)257-2594, email@example.com. April 16, Holly Springs - Too Slow for Boston Marathon, 6:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Chapel Hill - Tar Heel 10 Miler, 7:45am; 4 Mile Run, 7:15am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Davidson - Trot for the Troops 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Oak Island - Oak Island Lighthouse Half Marathon, 8am; 10K, 8:10am; 5K, 8:20am. Info: Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce (910)457-6964, email@example.com. April 22, Raleigh - Second Empire 5K Classic, 9:30am; 1 Mile, 9am; Kid’s Dash, 10:30am. Info: Jim Young (919)873-1207, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 23, Durham - Hill Mile, 1 Mile 1pm. Info: Anne Clark Hathaway (919)719-7557, email@example.com. April 23, Greensboro - Pig Pounders 5K, 4pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 26, Greensboro - Fire on the Track 5K, 5:30pm. Info: Trivium Racing (313)304-0903, email@example.com. April 29, Durham - Angels Among Us 5K, 8am. Info: Ellen Stainback (919)684-4784, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Greensboro - Owl’s Roost Rumble Trail Half Marathon & 3.5 Mile Trail Race, 8am. Info: (336)793-4311, email@example.com. April 29, Jacksonville - USAA Grand Prix Series - MARSOC Mudd, Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run, 8am. Info: (910)451-0025, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 30, Morrisville - Run for Nepal, 5K 8:30am. Info: Dipu (919)397-1897, email@example.com.
SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 4, Clinton - CrossFit864 1/2 Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Columbia - MGC Long Run, 15K & 15K Relay, 7:45am; 5K, 8:15am; Kids’ Fun Run, 8am; Cash Awards in 15K/5K events. Info: Powers Tanis (803)227-2286, email@example.com, www.mgclongrun.com. Feb. 4, Folly Beach - Save the Light Half Marathon & 5K, 8:30am. Info: Michael Desrosiers (843)670-5321, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Fort Mill - The Jeremy B. Blevins Oral Cancer Fund Race For The Cause 5K/10K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Greenville - Paris Mountain State Park Ground Hog 5K, 10am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Greenwood - The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Run Your Ice Off 5K & 8K Races, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 4, Ladys Island/Beaufort - Chilly Bean 5K & 10K, 10:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Greenville - Green Valley Road Race, 10 Mile & 8K; $20 by 1/23, $25 by 2/10, $30 on race day. All runners will receive a commemorative gift, and award categories are 5 deep, and are award socks. For more information and registration, please visit www.eventsignup.org. Feb. 11, Hilton Head Island - Publix Hilton Head Island Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, 8am; Marathon Awards - Cash & Publix Gift Cards; Finishers Medals to all Marathon & Half Marathon finishers. Info: Bear Foot Sports (843)757-8520, www.bearfootsports.com. Feb. 11, Sumter - Stupid Cupid 5K Run/Walk/Roll, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Columbia - Race for the Place 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feb. 25, Lexington - 17th Annual Lexington’s Race Against Hunger, 5K Fitness Run/Walk 8:15am; 10K Run 8:20am; 1 Mile Fun Run 8:25am; $30/10K, $15/5K & 1 Mile; after 2/9 $35/10K, $20/5K & 1 Mile; $40/10K, $25/5K & 1 Mile on 2/24-25. Info: Ray Renner (803)261-8240, email@example.com, www.lrah.org
Running Journal • February, 2017 Feb. 25, Mount Pleasant - Head for the Cure 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Charleston - 5K Run/Walk for Literacy, 9am. Info: Coakley Hilton (843)323-9367. March 4, Columbia - Run Hard Columbia Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 7:35am. Info: Crossover Athletics (803)414-9508, email@example.com. March 4, Mauldin - Peacock Strides for Babies 5K Run/Walk, 9am; 1 Mile Family FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Mountain Rest - Oconee State Park Cabin Fever 5K, 10am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, email@example.com.
March 4, Myrtle Beach - 20th Anniversary Myrtle Beach Marathon, Dasani Half Marathon & ABC15 Marathon Team Relay, 6:30am; Bojangles’ 5K, 7pm & Ripley’s Family FR, 5:30pm on Friday, 3/3. Info: www.mbmarathon.com March 4, Ravenel (Charleston County) - Where the Wild Things Run, 5K Run/Walk 8:30am. Info: Allison Foster (843)795-4386, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Rock Hill - Krispy Kreme - Run 4 Reading, 4 Mile; 8am. Info: (704)893-3800 (x103), email@example.com. March 4, Simpsonville - Fly With the Eagles 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, York - 4-H 4K Run 4-Health, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Greenville - Race the Helix-Upstate, 5K & 1 Mile Run/ Walk; 9am. Info: Greenwood Genetic Center Foundation (864)3881813. March 11, Mount Pleasant - Peyton’s Wild and Wacky Ultra, 50K, 50K 5 Per Relay, 50K 2 Per Relay & Phantom 50K, 7am; 5K 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Spartanburg - Pine Street School 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: email@example.com. March 12, Bluffton - Palmetto Bluff Half Marathon, 9am; 10K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 12, Darlington - Color Vibe 5K - Florence, 11am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Beaufort - Beaufort Twilight Run, Youth 1 Mile Run, 3:55pm; Kid’s 1/4 Mile FR, 4:15pm; Beaufort Challenge Leg 1, 5K Run & Fun Walk, 4:30pm; 10 Mile Run, Beaufort Challenge Leg 2, 8K Run, 5:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Edisto Beach - Edisto Beach 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: Edisto Chamber of Commerce (843)8693867, email@example.com. March 18, Greenville - St. Paddy’s Day Dash & Bash, 5K & Kids FR; 8am. Info: Morgan Fields (864)406-5522, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://stpaddysdashandbash.com. March 18, North Charleston - Bosch 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Melissa Driggers (843)729-7355. March 25, Anderson - Connector Run 10K, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Lauren Taylor (864)225-6800, email@example.com. March 25, Charleston - Match to Morrow 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Spartanburg - Earth Run, 5K Cross Country; 9am. Info: George Sykes (864)503-2833, email@example.com. March 25, Summerville - March for Meals Turtle Fun Run, 5K 8:30am. Info: Rachel Sheridan (843)696-0761, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Charleston - Cooper River Bridge Run, 10K 8am; Competitive Wheelchair. Info: email@example.com. April 1, Greenville - Zoom Through the Zoo 5K, 8:30am. Info: Amanda Osborne (864)627-4200. April 1, Greer - Greer Earth Day Running Festival, 10 Mile 7:30am; 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; Kids Run 9:15am. Info: Kerrie Sijon (864)423-1482. April 1, Liberty - Vance Bailey Memorial 5K, 9am. Info: Kristen Lopez (864)940-7330, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, North Myrtle Beach - The Humane Society of NMB “Run for the Shelter” 5K, 9am; 1 Mile Walk, 11am. Info: Sue Pantano (843)249-4948, email@example.com. April 1, Pickens - Table Rock State Park April Fool’s Day 5K, 10am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Columbia - Palmetto Half Marathon, 7am; 5K Run/Walk, 7:15am; Kids’ FR, 9am. Info: (8093)600-1800, email@example.com. April 8, Columbia - Day Break 10 Miler & 5K, 7:15am. Info: Jordan Lybrand (803)799-4786, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Travelers Rest - Can’t Catch Conner 5K, 8:30am. Info: Mike Foley (864)982-2686. April 8, Wellford - Hopes Runs Here 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Pam Benedict (864)542-7306, email@example.com. April 22, Johns Island - Mullet Haul Trail Run, 5K, 10K & 10K Relay; 8:30am. Info: (843)795-4386, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Aiken - Aiken Electric Cooperative Touchstone Energy RUN UNITED Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: Keyatta Priester (803)617-3982, email@example.com.
May 7, North Myrtle Beach - Divas Half Marathon & 5K in North Myrtle Beach, 7am; $95 11/16-1/31, $110 2/1-5/4; $125 at the Health & Fitness Boutique (only if capacity has not been reached); $50/5K by 1/31, $65 2/1-5/4, $80 at the Health & Fitness Boutique (only is capacity has not been reached); Save 15% With Code RJFEB17 valid through 2/28/17. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runlikeadiva.com. See Ad page 7.
TENNESSEE \Feb. 4, Lebanon - Cedars Frostbite Half Marathon, 11am. Info: Lynda dePaulis (615)889-1306, email@example.com. Feb. 4, Memphis - Mike Cody 4-Miler, 9am. Info: Robert Shankman (901)843-3950, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Strawberry Plains - Strawberry Plains Half Marathon & 10K, 9am. Info: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Bartlett - Valentine’s Day 10K & 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Elkton - Tick Ridge Trek 25K/10K Trail Races, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Jackson - Race on the Trace 5 Miles, 11am. Info: Danny Crossett (731)234-2745, email@example.com. Feb. 12, Knoxville - Dirty South Trail Half and Dirty Double Trail Marathon, 9am. Info: Ken Lonseth (865)851-4508, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Kingsport - War Party 10K, 11am. Info: Matthew Studholme (276)591-9242, email@example.com. Feb. 19, Bartlett - Winter Off-Road Series 8+K, 2pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Memphis - Frosty Civitan 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Surgoinsville - Surgoinsville 10 Miler, 8am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (o), (423)345-2335 (h), firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Memphis - Winter Off-Road Series 10K, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 26, Millington - Shelby Forest Loop Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Paint Rock - Whitestone 30K & Team Relay, 8am. Info: Larry Brede (865)621-0752, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4-5, Chattanooga - Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon & Relay, Half Marathon, 8am (3/5); 5K, 9am & Kids Fun Run, 11am (3/4). Info: email@example.com. March 4, Johnson City - Run For Your Buns 5K, 9am. Info: (423)946-0519, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Memphis - Love Well 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 4, Memphis - Nanette Quinn Gobbler 5K, 9am. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Nashville - Gupton Jeep Tom King Classic Half Marathon, 7:30am (wheehchair 7:25am); 5K Run/Walk, 7:45am. Info: Peter Pressman (615)293-8862, email@example.com, www.tomkingclassic.com. March 4, Pikeville - The Fall Creek Thaw 15K Run, 11am. Info: Roger Gall (931)841-3038, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Knoxville - Run With the Bearden Bull Dawgs 5K Race, Kids 400m Lil’ Pup Fun Run; 1pm. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Kingsport - Bays Mountain Marathon, 8am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), (423)345-2335 (h), firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Knoxville - Solid Rock 10K, 7:45am; 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR 8am. Info: Sara Bell (865)742-7404, email@example.com. March 11, Maynardville - Color Run to benefit Union County High School T&F 5K Race, 8:30am. Info: Aileen Beeler (865)9925232, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Sevierville - Warrior 10 Miler & 5K, 9am. Info: Frank Damante (865)387-6784, email@example.com.
March 12, Germantown - Germantown Half Marathon & Mayor’s Cup 5K, 7:30am; $5,800 Prize Purse Half Marathon, $400 Prize Purse 5K; Part of the Running Journal Grand Prix Series. Info: Start2Finish Event Management (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.germantownhalfmarathon.com See Ad page 12. March 12, Maynardville - Dark Hollow Wallow 11 or 5 Mile Trail Race, 2pm. Info: Bobby Glenn (865)548-7664, email@example.com. March 18, Chattanooga - Raccoon Mountain Marathon, Half Marathon, Double Half and Relay; 8:30am Marathon & Half; 12:30pm Afternoon Half Marathon. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Johnson City - Apothecary Dash 5K Run/Walk, 11am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, Knoxville - Lucky Kidney 6K Race, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 18, Memphis - Memphis Botanic Garden’s 11th Annual Daffodil Dash 3 Miler & Family Fun Run, 8am/Registration, 10am/ Race start; $20 thru 3/11, $25 3/12 thru race day; $10 Children 12-under. Info: Taylor Herndon (901)636-4115, taylor.herndon@ memphisbotanicgarden.com; Register online at racesonline.com March 18, Nashville - Music City Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: Faye Yates (615)415-3520, email@example.com. March 24-25, Chattanooga to Nashville - Ragnar Relay Tennessee, (200ish) Mile; Teams of 12 or 6. Info: (801)899-5024. March 25, Limestone - Joggin’ For the Noggin’ 5K Run/Walk, 10am. Info: Larry Kyte (423)483-8764, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Memphis - In His Steps 5K, 8am. Info: Jan Averwater (901)683-6887, email@example.com. April 1, Jackson - Andrew Jackson Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Johnson City - Deerslayer 2017, 5K OCR & 1M Kids OCR; 8am. Info: Frank Calderala (423)747-9918, email@example.com.
April 1, Lynchburg - Oak Barrel Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Memphis - Youth Villages 10 Miler, 8:15am; 5K, 9am. Info: (901)251-5000, email@example.com. April 1, Memphis - The Glo Run Memphis 5K, 6:30pm. Info: All Community Events (224)757-5425, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Nashville - Richland Creek Run, 5 Miles 8am. Info: Elizabeth Mobley (615)630-3681, email@example.com. April 2, Knoxville - Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, 7:30am; 5K, 7pm (on 4/1) & Kids 1 Mile Run, 6:30pm (on 4/1). Info: (865)684-4294, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Alcoa - Spring Sprint 5K Race, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Bristol, VA-TN - Bristol Half & Half Marathon, 2-Person Relay, 5K Walk; 7:55am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Johnson City - Garrett’s Hero Run - ETSU, 5K Run 11am; 1 Mile Fun Walk, 11:15am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Knoxville - Run for Autism 5K Race, 8am. Info: Beth Ritchie (865)719-0534. April 9, Greenback - Lakeshore Trail Trek, 16 Mile or 10K Trail Race; 9am. Info: Kathy Smith (865)806-5999, firstname.lastname@example.org; (865)548-4718. April 15, Church Hill - Laurel Run Ascent 11 Mile Trail Race, 11am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), (423)345-2335 (h), email@example.com. April 15, Knoxville - Resurrection Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: Chuck Blair (865)696-9333, firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 15, Memphis - SRVS Kids & Families Bunny Run, 8am/registration, 9am/start; $15/ Children 11-under, $20/MRTC members, $25/ non-MRTC members by 3/31; after $30/all registrants. Info: Cheryl McCaskill, SRVS, 3971 Knight Arnold Rd., Memphis, TN 38118; (901)312-6802, email@example.com, www.srvs.org April 15, Nashville (Metrocenter) - Moosic City Dairy Pure Dash 5K/10K/15K and Wunder Mighty Mile, 1 Mile 7am; 5K 7:30am; 10K & The Smitty 15K 8am; $35/5K, $40/10K, $45/ 15K, $20/1 Mile by 4/14; $40/5K, $45/10K, $50/15K, $20/1 Mile on Race Day. Info: Frank (Smitty) Schmidt, 166 Tara Lane, Goodlettsville, TN 37072; (615)851-2630, fjsa s s o c @ c o m c a s t . n e t , www.puritydairydash.com April 22, Johnson City - FRIENDS Buddy Run 5K & Family Walk with Special Needs Dash. Info: Misty Adams (865)898-7828, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 23, Pigeon Forge - Spring Fling 5K Run/Walk, 3pm. Info: Frank Damante (865)387-6784, email@example.com. April 29, Bristol - Power of Play 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Greeneville - Cherokee Challenge 5K Obstacle & Mud Run. Info: Long View Ranch (423)636-0032, email@example.com. April 29, Nashville - St. Jude Rock ‘N’ Roll Nashville Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:15am; 5K, 6:45am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255.
May 6, Wartrace - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/ Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org, https:// ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=41888
VIRGINIA Feb. 4, McLean - Langley 8K, 10am; 3K Fun Run, 10:05am. Info: James Scarborough (703)536-7764, email@example.com. Feb. 4, Reston - For The Love Of It 10K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Toano - Toano Icy 8K Run/Walk & Frosty 5K Run/Walk, 10am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9:30am. Info: Peggy Shiamone (757)8695567, email@example.com. Feb. 5, Fredericksburg - Sweethearts 4ever 4 Mile Run, 10am. Info: (540)310-4803, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 5, Newport News - GameDay 10K/5K, 10K 9am; 5K 9:15am; 1/2 Mile FR 8:30am. Info: Race Team (757)880-8843, email@example.com. Feb. 11, Virginia Beach - For The Cure 5K, 9am; Little Cure 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (757)409-1913, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Yorktown - Knights of Columbus Council 5480 10-Mile Run for the Heart, 9am. Info: John Edwards (757)876-8386, email@example.com. Feb. 12, Arlington - Love The Run Your’re With 5K, 9am. Info: (703)537-0630, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Fairfax - Run Your Heart Out 5K, 9am; 1K FR, 9:05am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Chesapeake - Tidewater Striders Distance Series, 20 Mile & 12 Mile; 9am. Info: Steve Shapiro (757)727-6246, Dan Edwards (757)495-3551, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Feb. 18, Gloucester - Gloucester County Educational Foundation Chesapeake Bank & Chesapeake Investment Group 8K Run/3K Walk, 9:30am. Info: Mike Jenkins (804)694-0640, email@example.com. Feb. 18, King George - Dahlgren Trail Half Marathon, 8am. Info: (540)310-4803, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Moneta - Winterfest 10 Miler & Snowball 5K, 10am & 10:15am. Info: Lauren Acker (540)721-9622, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Madison - Frostbite Fun 5K, 9am. Info: (540)718-6531, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Williamsburg - Sentara Colonial Half Marathon & 5K, 2K Walk 12:40pm; 5K Run 1pm; Half Marathon 1:10pm; Fun Run 1:50pm. Info: Raquel Babb (757)221-1599, email@example.com. March 4, Fort Eustis - Fort Eustis 10K, 9am. Info: Jake Richmond (757)878-6075, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Virginia Beach - Big Wish 7K, For a Wish 5K & Little Wish 1 Mile, 5K 8am; 7K 9:30am; 1 Mile 11am. Info: (757)409-1913, email@example.com. March 4, Williamsburg - Jamestown High School Swamp 5K Run/Walk, 9:30am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: Rick Platt (757)3451431, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Reston - Reston 10 Miler, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 11, Aldie - Spring Thaw Trail Series at Willowsford, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Mendota - Mendota 5K River Run, 9am; 1 Mile Fun Walk, 9:15am. Info: (276)591-1928 (before 8pm), email@example.com. March 11, Reston - Lucky Leprechaun 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Wintergreen - Bel Monte Endurance Run, 50 Mile,
April 1, Hampton - Joe & Sue Moore Memorial Scholarship 5K. Info: Danielle Hundley (757)873-6863, email@example.com. April 1, Norfolk - Kettle Krush 5K, 1K; 8am, 8:30am. Info: Race Team (757)880-8843, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Pulaski - “Color Me Cameron” 5K, 10am Opening Ceremony. Info: Terri Fitzwater Palmore - email@example.com. April 2, Virginia Beach - Surf’s Up 5K Run/Walk, 9am; Little Surfer 1 Miler, 8:30am. Info: (757)409-1913, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Bristol, VA-TN - Bristol Half & Half Marathon, 2-Person Relay, 5K Walk; 7:55am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Chesapeake - Dismal Swamp Stomp Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:15am; Children’s 1/2 Mile Cub Run, 11:30am. Info: (757)373-4174, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Langley - Langley Race Around the Base 10 Miler, 9am. Info: email@example.com. April 8, Williamsburg - Queens Lake Run, 5K Run/Walk 9am; 1 Mile FR 8:30am. Info: Paul Pelletier (757)253-0625, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 9, Fairfax - “Break A Sweat for a Homeless Pet” 5K Run/ Walk, 9am. Info: (703)913-0313, email@example.com. April 9, Lorton - Prison Break Dash .com, 10K, 5K & 1K; 9am. Info: Brian - firstname.lastname@example.org. April 9, Reston - Runners Marathon of Reston, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 15, Norfolk - Big Blue 5K, 10:30am; 1K, 10am. Info: (757)412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 15, Yorktown - Victory at Yorktown 10K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Michael Bennett (757)342-5338, email@example.com. April 22, Abingdon - Virginia Creeper 10 Miler. Info: Lisa Hazlett (423)306-1483, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22-23, Ashburn - Loudoun Half & 8K, 4/22: 8K, 8am; Fun Run, 8:05am; 4/23: Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Roanoke - Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & Family 1 Mile; 7:35am. Info: (540)3431550 (x110), firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Williamsburg - Run the D.O.G. Street Challenge 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 7am. Info: Jim Elder (757)253Your large, bold calendar listing will be in: 0277, email@example.com. One Month: $65. Two Months $110. April 23, Alexandria - Parkway Classic, 5K, 10 Miles & --Running Journal --Digital Running Journal Three Months $150. Three months or Kid Dash; 8am. Info: Pacers Alexandria (703)836-1463, --Racing South Newsletter --Featured Events Newsletter firstname.lastname@example.org. --Plus 24 hours a day in the Running.Net website calendar. more is an average of just $50 monthly. April 28, Abingdon - EMS Strong Called To Care 5K, 7:30pm. Info: email@example.com. Announce your date far in advance to protect your race date. You will get low-cost April 29, Duffield - Run The Tunnel 3.8 Mile Road/Trail, constant promotion in our monthly print edition, our digital edition, both of our 9am. Info: Frank Kibler (423)292-9980, firstname.lastname@example.org. monthly email newsletters, plus the Running.net website. April 29, Fairfax - Virginia German Shepherd Rescue’s Reach 55,000 runners for an average of $55 per month or less Charity Run/Walk, 5 Mile & 1 Mile; 7am. Info: (703)9270672, email@example.com. Option 1 - Super listings in BOLD, LARGE TYPE in Running Journal and our digital edition, bold 24 hours a day in your state April 29, Newport - VBJI Let Justice Roll 5K, 8am. Info: calendar section on Running.Net, bold in our Featured Events email newsletter, and our Racing South Newsletter links to your Joy Dudley (303)819-0499, firstname.lastname@example.org. bold listing in your state's calendar section on our website. We promote your race in five multimedia venues every month. April 29, South Riding - Glow South Riding 5K & 1 Mile, 7:30pm. Info: email@example.com. Option 2 (Limited to Running Journal Coverage Area) - Free basic listings in regular type. Add a live link to your race April 29-30, Sterling - The North Face Endurance website, $20 monthly. Challenge, 4/29: 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; DEADLINES: March issue 2/10; April issue 3/10; May issue is 4/10. Marathon Relay 10am; 4/30: Half Marathon & 10K 8am; 5K Option 1 8:15am; Kid’s Run 10am. Info: Jeff Ball (469)475-1317, firstname.lastname@example.org. Name of race: Race Date: April 29, York County - Tabb High School May Day 5K, 8am. Info: Susan Wiker (757)867-5306, Distances(s): Location (City/State): email@example.com. 50K & 25K; 7am. Info: (434)218-0402, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 12, Newport News - Newport News One City Marathon & Relay, 7am; 8K, 7:45am; 1.15 Mile, 10am. Info: Race Team (757)8808843, email@example.com. March 17, Abingdon - The Johnston Memorial Hospital Shamrock 4 Miler, 7pm; Leprechaun Walk, 7:05pm. Info: Susan Abel (276)2584560, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Gainesville - Spring Thaw Trail Series at Conway Robinson, 10K & 5K; 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 18-19, Virginia Beach - The Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Weekend, 3/18: 8K 7:45am; Leprechaun Dash 10:30am; 3/19: Half Marathon 7am; Marathon 8:30am. Info: (757)412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Abingdon - Virginia Creeper Marathon, 8am. Info: Frank Kibler (423)292-9980, email@example.com. March 25, Hampton - Get Your Rear In Gear 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Gainesville - Spring Thaw Trail Series at Early Mountain Vineyards, 10K & 5K; 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Jamestown - Jamestown Discovery Run 10K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 10:30am. Info: Ruben Brown (757)604-2130, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Martinsville - Martinsville Half Marathon, 5K & Relay; 8am. Info: Brad Kinkema (276)632-6427, email@example.com. March 25, Williamsburg - March of the Lions 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile FR; 10am. Info: Gina Troy (757)871-9130, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Abingdon - Restore Your Sole 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Jill Rust (423)968-2011, email@example.com. April 1, Charlottesville - Charlottesville Marathon, Marathon 4Person Relay, Half Marathon & 8K, 7am; Kids K, 9am. Info: Francesca Conte (434)218-0402, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Feb. 5, Washington, DC - First Down 5K & Combine, 8am. Info: (703)836-1463, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Washington, DC - Cloud Snapple Half Marathon, 9am. Info: (571)379-3616, email@example.com. March 5, Washington, DC - St. Pat’s Run, 5K 8:15am; 10K 9am; Double (run both 5K & 10K); Lil’ Leprechaun Leap 10:30am. Info: (703)836-1463, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Washington, DC - Rock ‘N’ Roll Washington DC Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. April 2, Washington, DC - Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run & 5K Run/Walk, 10 Mile 7:30am (Elite Women @ 7:20am); 5K Run/Walk 8:40am; 1K FR for Kids 5 to 12, 9:30am. Info: (301)320-3350, email@example.com, www.cherryblossom.org. April 16, Washington, DC - Locals for Locals 5K, 8am. Info: (202)599-1429, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Feb. 19, Vienna - Valentine’s Classic 5K - Winter Series, 2:30pm. Info: George Welch (304)482-7647, email@example.com. March 12, Parkersburg - March Hare 5K - Winter Series, 2:30pm. Info: George Welch (304)482-7647, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Eleanor - Haulin’ in the Holler 5K, 25K & 50K; 8:30am. Info: Gregg Yarborough (304)444-9939, email@example.com. April 8, Morgantown - Coopers Rock 50K & Half Marathon Trail Run, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRACK & FIELD Feb 10-11, Nashville, TN - Music City Challenge - Vanderbilt Indoor Track Complex. Info: email@example.com. April 7-8, Nashville, TN - Boston/Moon Relays, Ed Temple Track. Info: Asha Gibson (615)963-5890, firstname.lastname@example.org.
MULTI-SPORTS (Included in the Multi-sports calendar are single swimming and cycling events). Feb. 11, Kingsport, TN - Bay’s Mountain Duathlon, R-2.9 mi., B6.1 mi., R-2.8 mi.; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 12, Greensboro, NC - E3 InTriNSIC Tri Indoor Race Series #2, S-750 yd., B-15 mi., R-3 mi.; 2 Waves: 9am & 11am. Info: (336)543-8771, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Springfield, SC - Winter Challenge Off-Road Tri, TriRelay & Duathlon, 8am. Info: (765)481-6775, email@example.com. Feb. 19, Frankfort, KY - Bluegrass Winter Mountain Bike Challenge 8K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Gibsonville, NC - North Park Duathlon, R-1.6 mi., B10.5 mi., R-1.6 mi.; 10am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. Feb. 25, Auburn, AL - Love Your Heart Run & Crank Your Heart Ride, 10K Run 7:30am; 1 Mile Run 8am; Bike Rides: 3.5 Mile 9:45am; 11 Mile & 22 Mile 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 5, Greensboro, NC - E3 InTriNSIC Tri Indoor Race Series #3, S-1000 yd., B-20 mi., R-4 mi.; 2 Waves: 9am & 11am. Info: (336)543-8771, email@example.com. March 12, St. Marks, FL - St. Marks Duathlon, R-5K, B-20K, R2.5K; time TBA. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Malvern, AR - Malvern Duathlon, R-5K, B-20K, R2.5K; 9am. Info: Tony Jenkins (501)815-2383, email@example.com. March 25, Tallahassee, FL - Red Hills Triathlon, S-0.33mi., B19.3 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1-2, Milton, FL - XTERRA Blackwater Triathlon, S-800 yd., Mtn Bike-12 mi., Trail Run-3.75 mi., 9am (4/1); Bear Lake Super Sprint Off-Road Triathlon, S-250yd., Mtn Bike-6 mi., Trail Run-1.5 mi., 3:15pm (4/1); 21K & 6.5K Trail Runs, 9am (4/2). Info: email@example.com. April 1, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #2, R-5K, B-11 mi.; 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 2, St. Bernard, LA - Pelicanman Duathlon, R-2 mi., B-10 mi., R-2 mi.; 8:15am. Info: Janel (504)452-1276, email@example.com. April 2, Greensboro, NC - E3 InTriNSIC Tri Indoor Race Series #4, S-1500 yd., B-18 mi., R-5 mi.; 2 Waves: 9am & 11am. Info: (336)543-8771, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 9, Cocoa Beach, FL - Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Triathlon, S1/4 mi., B-12.5 mi., R-5K ; Sup N Run, Stand Up Paddle Board 3 mi., R-5K. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Bentonville, VA - Shenandoah AquaBlaze, 13 mi. of Paddling & 13 mi. of running or trekking; 10am. Info: (703)266-9995, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22-23, Bentonville, VA - Shenandoan Epic 24-Hour Adventure Racing, 100+ miles; 9am; Shendoah Strong 12-Hr. Adventure Race, 9:30am. Info: (703)266-9995, email@example.com.
MARATHON Feb. 4-5, Melbourne, FL - Publix Florida Marathon, 6am & Half Marathon & Relay, 7am (on 2/5); 2/4: 8K, 7am, 5K, 8:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Feb. 5, New Orleans, LA - Humana Rock ‘N’ Roll New Orleans Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 10K, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. Feb. 5, Tallahassee, FL - Tallahassee Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Lake Village AR to Greenville, MS - Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11-12, Birmingham, AL - Mercedes Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay (2/12), 7:03am; 5K, 8am (2/11). Info: (205)870-7771, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11-12, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Donna Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am (2/12); Anniversary 10K, 8am (2/11); 5K & Family Fun Run, 10am (2/11). Info: (904)355-PINK (7465), email@example.com. Feb. 11, Hilton Head Island, SC - Publix Hilton Head Island Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, 8am; Marathon Awards - Cash & Publix Gift Cards; Finishers Medals to all Marathon & Half Marathon finishers. Info: Bear Foot Sports (843)757-8520, www.bearfootsports.com. Feb. 12, Fort Smith, AR - Fort Smith Marathon, Half Marathon & Relays; 8am. Info: (479)650-6894, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 12, Knoxville, TN - Dirty South Trail Half and Dirty Double Trail Marathon, 9am. Info: Ken Lonseth (865)851-4508, email@example.com. Feb. 18, Winder, GA - XTERRA Georgia “Thrill In The Hills”, Marathon & Half Marathon Trail Run; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18, Oak Island, NC - Run Oak Island, Marathon 6am; Half Marathon 7am; 5K Run/Walk 7:15am; 1 Mile Run/Walk 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 19, Fort Lauderdale, FL - Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, 6am; Komen’s Run for the Pink 6K, 6:30am; Kids Race, 11:45am; 5K (2/18), 7:30am. Info: Matthew Lorraine (561)865-5379, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 19, Greenbelt, MD - George Washington’s Birthday
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www.running.net Marathon & Relay, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25-26, Gainesville, FL - Five Points of Life Race Weekend, Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon-Relay, 7am (2/26); 5K, 8am & Kids Marathon (1.2 miles) on 2/25. Info: Brite Whitaker, Five Points of Life Foundation Director (352)224-1728, email@example.com, www.fivepointsoflife.org. Feb. 26, Piedmont, AL - Ladiga Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Black Mountain, NC - The Black Mountain Marathon & Mount Mitchell Challenge 40 Mile; 7am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Ellerbe, NC - Ellerbe Springs Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Millington, TN - Shelby Forest Loop Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 4-5, Little Rock, AR - Little Rock Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & Kids Race; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Albany, GA - Snickers Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: (229)317-4760, email@example.com. March 4, Raleigh, NC - Umstead Trail Marathon, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Columbia, SC - Run Hard Columbia Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 7:35am. Info: Crossover Athletics (803)414-9508, email@example.com.
March 4, Myrtle Beach, SC - 20th Anniversary Myrtle Beach Marathon, Dasani Half Marathon & ABC15 Marathon Team Relay, 6:30am; Bojangles’ 5K, 7pm & Ripley’s Family FR, 5:30pm on Friday, 3/3. Info: www.mbmarathon.com March 4-5, Franklinton, LA - Q50 Races Extravanganza, 50 Miles, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Info: (504)390-8807, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4-5, Chattanooga, TN - Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon & Relay, Half Marathon, 8am (3/5); 5K, 9am & Kids Fun Run, 11am (3/4). Info: email@example.com. March 5, Stuart, FL - Marathon Of The Treasure Coast, Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay & Non-Competitive Walking, 10K & 5K, 6:30am; Kids Race, 8am (on 3/4). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Grand Rivers, KY - Land Between the Lakes Trail Runs, 23K, Marathon, 60K, 50 Miles & 10K; 6:30am. Info: Steve Durbin (270)556-1679, email@example.com. March 11-12, Asheville, NC - Asheville Marathon (3/12); Half Marathon (3/11); 7:30am. Info: idaph events (828)450-7514, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Kingsport, TN - Bays Mountain Marathon, 8am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), (423)345-2335 (h), email@example.com. March 11, Washington, DC - Rock ‘N’ Roll Washington DC Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. March 12, Lafayette, LA - Zydeco Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 12, Greensboro, NC - Northern Trails Marathon, Half Marathon & 10 Miler, 7am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. March 18, Muscle Shoals, AL - Running The Shoals Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Chattanooga, TN - Raccoon Mountain Marathon, Half Marathon, Double Half and Relay; 8:30am Marathon & Half; 12:30pm Afternoon Half Marathon. Info: email@example.com. March 18-19, Virginia Beach, VA - The Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Weekend, 3/18: 8K 7:45am; Leprechaun Dash 10:30am; 3/19: Half Marathon 7am; Marathon 8:30am. Info: (757)4121056, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Atlanta, GA - Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 19, Cary, NC - Allscripts Tobacco Road Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 19, Abingdon, VA - Virginia Creeper Marathon, 8am. Info: Frank Kibler (423)292-9980, email@example.com. March 25, Ormond Beach, FL - Tomoka Marathon, 6am; Half Marathon, 6:30am; 5K, 7am. Info: (407)314-8583, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Charlotte, NC - The New South Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Emerald Isle, NC - Emerald Isle Marathon, Half Marathon 5K. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Wilmington/Wrightsville Beach, NC - Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 6:40am; Susan G. Komen 5K, 1 Mile FR, 4:30pm; 3/24: Eli’s 1 Mile FR, 6pm. Info: Tom Clifford (910)297-4973, email@example.com. March 26, Severna Park, MD - B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 26, Fort Bragg, NC - Fort Bragg All American Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: (910)907-3616, email@example.com. April 1-2, Raleigh, NC - Rock ‘n’ Roll Raleigh Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510, (800)3111255. April 1, Jackson, TN - Andrew Jackson Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Charlottesville, VA - Charlottesville Marathon, Marathon 4-Person Relay, Half Marathon & 8K, 7am; Kids K, 9am. Info: Francesca Conte (434)218-0402, email@example.com. April 2, Punta Cana, LA - Punta Cana Marathon, 5am; Half Marathon & 10K, 6am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 2, Houston, MS - Altis Marathon & Half Marathon on Tanglefoot Trail, Marathon 7:30am; Half 8am. Info: email@example.com.
Running Journal • February, 2017 April 2, Knoxville, TN - Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, 7:30am; 5K, 7pm (on 4/1) & Kids 1 Mile Run, 6:30pm (on 4/1). Info: (865)684-4294, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Cumberland, MD - Queen City Marathon for Active Water, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 9, Hancock, MD - Western Maryland Rail Trail Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 9, Reston, VA - Runners Marathon of Reston, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 16, Holly Springs, NC - Too Slow for Boston Marathon, 6:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 22, Roanoke, VA - Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & Family 1 Mile; 7:35am. Info: (540)343-1550 (x110), email@example.com. April 29, Louisville, KY - Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon & miniMarathon, 7:30am (wheelchair 7:25am). Info: (800)928-3378, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Morehead, KY - Big Turtle 50 Miler & Marathon Trail Races, 7am. Info: email@example.com. April 29, Nashville, TN - St. Jude Rock ‘N’ Roll Nashville Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:15am; 5K, 6:45am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. April 29-30, Sterling, VA - The North Face Endurance Challenge, 4/29: 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; Marathon Relay 10am; 4/30: Half Marathon & 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; Kid’s Run 10am. Info: Jeff Ball (469)475-1317, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 2, Elkton, MD - Independence Series Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K - Day 2. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Todd, NC - New River Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7:45am; 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 6pm (on 5/5). Info: Ken Sevensky (336)8778888, info@NewRiverMarathon.com.
May 6, Wartrace, TN - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://ultrasignup.com/ register.aspx?did=41888 May 7, Carderock, MD - Potomac River Run Marathon, 8am. Info: Jay Jacob Wind (703)927-4833, email@example.com. May 21, Winston-Salem, NC - Indoor Insanity Marathon & Relay, 8am. Info: Mike Clark (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 28, Burlington, VT - People’s United Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay, 8am; Registration Opens Monday, October 10; Sports & Fitness Expo 2017 May 26-27. Info: email@example.com, www.runvcm.org. June 10, Williamson, KY - Hatfield-McCoy Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 8am. Info: Alexis Batausa (304)542-5311, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Ellerbe, NC - Bethel Hill Moonlight Boogie 50 Miles & Boogie Marathon, 6pm. Info: Doug Dawkins (910)206-2095, email@example.com.
ULTRAS Feb. 4, Ophir, NC - Uwharrie Mountain Run, 40 Mile 7am; 20 Mile 8am; 8 Mile 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 4, Spotsylvania, VA - “ICY-8” Hour Adventure Trail Run, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 11, Moulton, AL - Black Warrior/Phillip Parker 50K, 50K Relay, 25K & 5 Mile Trail Runs; 8am. Info: Jay Baxter (256)303-1948, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11-12, Florahome, FL - Iron Horse 100 Mile, 100K & 50 Mile Endurance Runs; 7am. Info: Chris Rodatz (904)655-6511, email@example.com. Feb. 11-12, Okeechobee, FL - Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail Lost 118 Mler, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 11, Appomattox, VA - Holiday Lake 50K++, 6:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 18, Copeland, FL - Everglades Ultras, 50 Mile 6am; 50K 7:30am; 25K 9am. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 18-19, Destin, FL - Destin Beach Ultra Runs, 2/18: 4pm 100+ Mile & 24 Hour; 2/19: 5am/50 Mile, 6am/50K, 7am/Relay. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 19, Inverness, FL - Whispering Pines 12 HR/6HR Run/Walk, 8am & 10am. Info: Terri Hayes (352)287-2411, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 25, Delta, AL - Mount Cheaha 50K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 25, Black Mountain, NC - The Black Mountain Marathon & Mount Mitchell Challenge 40 Mile; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 26, Bryceville, FL - Angry Tortoise 50K & 25K, 7am. Info: Charlie Sauter-Hunsberger (904)502-9407, email@example.com. March 4-5, Franklinton, LA - Q50 Races Extravanganza, 50 Miles, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K. Info: (504)390-8807, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 4, Laurel, MS - Mississippi Trail 50, 50 Mile & 50K 6am; 20K 8am. Info: Running Bear (601)425-7005 (d), (601)319-9602 (n), email@example.com. March 4, Fontana Dam, NC - Fontandango 50 Mile, 50K, 10 Mile & 50K Relay; 8:30am. Info: Ellen Stallings (828)674-6087, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.footrxasheville.com. March 5, Brooksville, FL - Long Play Trail Race, 33 1/3 Mile, 6:30am; Half Marathon & 5 Mile, 7am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. March 11, Grand Rivers, KY - Land Between the Lakes Trail Runs, 23K, Marathon, 60K, 50 Miles & 10K; 6:30am. Info: Steve Durbin (270)556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 11, Mount Pleasant, SC - Peyton’s Wild and Wacky Ultra, 50K, 50K 5 Per Relay, 50K 2 Per Relay & Phantom 50K, 7am; 5K 10am. Info: email@example.com.
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Publications ROAD RACE MANAGEMENT DIRECTORY: Over 500 pages of contacts for elite athletes, prize money races, race expos, suppliers, publications, retailers, event management companies and more - anyone who participates in or services the running industry is listed in this indispensable book. $139.00 includes postage and handling. Special elite athlete price is $89. Order from RRM, 4940 Hampden Ln., Ste. 212 (RJ), Bethesda, MD 20814 or at www.rrm.com. ✺✺✺ THE SIX SEASONS OF A RUNNER’S LIFE. By Walt Esser, 128 pgs. A must read for any runner who wants to continue to be competitive as one moves up to the next age group. Physiological changes are discussed and training tips are provided for runners who want to continue to run strong and stay healthy throughout their lives. To order your copy, send $14.95 (includes March 11, Wintergreen, VA - Bel Monte Endurance Run, 50 Mile, 50K & 25K; 7am. Info: (434)218-0402, email@example.com. March 18-19, Alexander City, AL - Lake Martin 100 Mile & 50 Mile Endurance Trail Races; 27 Mile Fun Run; 6:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 18, Reidsville, NC - Lost Runners 24 Hour Relay & Ultra, Individual & Team Relay; 7am. Info: email@example.com. March 18, McClellanville, SC - Palmetto Swamp Fox Adventure Race, 55-60 mi.; 7am. Info: Steve Morrone (803)292-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 25, Pelham, AL - Oak Mountain 50K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 25, Eleanor, WV - Haulin’ in the Holler 5K, 25K & 50K; 8:30am. Info: Gregg Yarborough (304)444-9939, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 1, Brooksville, FL - Croom Fools Run, 50 Mile, 6am; 50K & 16 Mile, 7am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. April 1, Williamsburg, VA - Singletrack Maniac 50K Trail Run, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 8, Clifton, VA - Bull Run Run 50 Mile, 6:30am. Info: brrRD@vhtrc.org. April 8, Morgantown, WV - Coopers Rock 50K & Half Marathon Trail Run, 7am. Info: email@example.com. April 22, Chapel Hill, NC - Jordan Lake 12-Hour Challenge, 12Hour Team & 6-Hour; 7am. Info: Erin Dawkins Suwattana (919)5426644 (x14), firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29, Morehead, KY - Big Turtle 50 Miler & Marathon Trail Races, 7am. Info: email@example.com. April 29, Triangle, VA - 24 Hour Adventure Trail Run, 7am; Solo/ Teams. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. April 29-30, Hampton, VA - Virginia 24 Hour Run for Cancer, 7am. Info: George Nelsen (757)874-4635, email@example.com. April 29-30, Sterling, VA - The North Face Endurance Challenge, 4/29: 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; Marathon Relay 10am; 4/30: Half Marathon & 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; Kid’s Run 10am. Info: Jeff (469)475-1317, endurancechallenge@ publicishawkeye.com.
May 6, Wartrace, TN - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org, https:// ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=41888.
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