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Running Journal • December 2013
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CONTENTS On the Cover:
L-R: Meggan Middeke, MacKenzie Lussier and Jessica Cygan show their support for Boston at the Run Town USA Half marathon on Oct. 26 in Greenville, SC. See Spinx, page 33. Cover Photo by Julie Turner
Long Distance Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Race Calendar
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Features Grand Prix XXXVI Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Spinx Run Fest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Columns A penny here, a penny there = a party, Bruce Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 He Said, She Said, Mary Marcia Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Down the Road, Cedric Jaggers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Fidler on the Run, Lee Fidler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Running Fitness, Ellen Jaffe Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Myrtle Beach Marathon
Women’s Running, Carolyn Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Masters Running, Lena Hollmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Running Through the Age Groups, Mary Margaret McEachern . . . . . . . . .14
February 13 – 15, 2014
Learning from the Young Guns, Ryan Warrenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Unleash your inner beast along the beautiful coast of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This weekend of wild animal encounters, sandy beaches, thousands of restaurants and world class shopping is sure to make you roar! Join us in supporting the Rare Species Fund for international wildlife conservation.
For the Love of Running, Bryan Graydon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Register Early Our Events Sell Out Months in Advance
Natural State of Running, Nicholas Norfolk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Runner’s Expo Thursday & Friday, February 13-14, 2014
The Athlete’s Kitchen, Nancy Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 This Running Life, Teri Saylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Running Through the Bluegrass, Tracy Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Running Psychology, Richard Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
PNC 5K & Ripley's Aquarium Family Fun Run Friday, February 14, 2014
How To Contact Us Or Place An Order
Myrtle Beach Marathon - Dasani Half Marathon “New” Marathon Team Relay Saturday, February 15, 2014
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Vol. 30, No. 4 President/Publisher Bruce Morrison E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Publisher Emeritus Julie Morrison, 1954-2002 Vice President/Advertising John Cash Editor and General Manager Mary Lou Day E-mail: email@example.com Advertising Rep / Calendar Editor Shirley Woodward E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Production Manager Rebecca Garay-León Circulation Manager E-mail: email@example.com Administrative Assistant Becky Miller Technical Advisor Dawn Gibson Contributing editors: Mary Marcia Brown, Nancy Clark, JimDugger, Richard Ferguson, Lee Fidler, Bryan Graydon, Tracy Harris, Lena Hollmann, Cedric Jaggers, Ellen Jaffe Jones, Ray Krolewicz, Carolyn Mather, Mary Margaret McEachern, Nicholas Norfolk, Pete Rea, Teri Saylor. Correspondents: George Banker, Robert Carver, Chuck George, Karen Gordon, Winston Howell, Liz Lindsay, Jesse Lindsey, Diane Lyons, Rick Melanson, Jerry Schohl, Claude Sinclair, Leonard Vergunst, Jim Young, Jerry Yunker. Record keepers: Alabama/Mississippi/Tennessee/Kentucky - Buck Jones, 2920 Eastern Shore Dr., Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763. Arkansas - Randy Taylor, 14101 Longtree Drive, Little Rock, AR 72212. Florida - Jeff Wentworth, 314 NW 36 Dr., Gainesville, FL 32605. Georgia - Joyce Hodges-Hite, PO Box 717, Millen, GA 30442.Maryland - Tim O’Keefe, 7214 Limestone Lane, Middletown, MD 21769. North Carolina Neville Wood, 5309 Chamisal Pl., Raleigh, NC 27613. South Carolina Bill Marable, 5 Windchime Ct., Simpsonville, SC 29681. Virginia - Robert Platt, 1300 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 22202. Washington, DC George Banker, 7507 Overlook Ct., Oxon Hill MD 20745. West Virginia Carl Hatfield, 712 S. Chestnut St., Clarksburg, WV 26301. Chairman, Road Running Technical Council/USATF: Gene Newman, 920 N. Night Heron Dr., Green Valley, AZ 85614. V.P./East, Road Running Technical Council/USATF: Paul Hronjak, 4413 Pinehurst Dr., Wilson, NC 27896. Regional course certifiers: John DeHaye, 824 Annalau Ave., Huntsville, AL 35802 (AL). Don Potter, 440 Lower Ridge Rd., Conway, AR 72032 (AR). Doug Loeffler, 1399 W. Royal Palm Rd., Boca Raton, FL 33486 (FL). Woody Cornwell, 1724 Brighton Way, Dalton, GA 30721 (GA). Matthew Studholme, 452 Brookhill Drive, Abingdon, VA 24210 (KY, MS, TN, WV). John Ferguson, 3026 Sesbania, Austin, TX 78748-1912 (LA). John Sissala, 120 Evans St., Rockville, MD 20850 (MD). Paul Hronjak, 4413 Pinehurst Drive, Wilson, NC 27896 (NC). Brian N. Smith, 1827 Falling Creek Circle, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464- 7415 (SC). Robert Thurston, 13 Kennedy St. NE, Washington, DC 20011 (VA, DC). RRCA Southern Region Director: Lena Hollmann, 122 Hamilton Hedge Pl., Cary, NC 27519. E-mail: Southdir@rrca.org. RRCA Eastern Region Director: Mark Grandonico, 62 Back Cove Est., Portland, ME 04101. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. State RRCA reps: AL - Ron Macksoud. AR - David Meroney. DC - Paul Thompson. FL - Don Nelson (S. FL), Todd Nevlle (N. FL). GA Mark Ward. KY - Donna England. LA - Betsy Boudreaux. MD Phil Lang. MS - Bryan Lagg. NC - Elaine Bixby. SC - Tim Arthurs, TN Sherilyn Johnson. VA - Goody Tyler. WV - Tom Kramer. Contact information for State RRCA reps can be found at www.rrca.org/clubs. Contents of Running Journal are copyright 2013 by Carolina Runner Inc. No part of this publication, including artwork and advertising, may be reproduced without written permission of the publisher. Exception: Nonprofit running, bi/tri, walking club publications expressly granted reasonable usage of news and racing calendar information if credit is given to Running Journal. Running Journal (ISSN 0892-5038) is published monthly at a subscription rate of $19.95 yearly by Carolina Runner Inc., 200 South Main St., Greeneville,TN 37743. Second-class postage paid at Greeneville, TN. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Running Journal, P.O. Box 157, Greeneville,TN 37744.
Running Journal • December 2013
A penny here, a penny there = a party By BRUCE MORRISON, Publisher email@example.com You're on a training run and just passed a penny. Do you pick it up? Members of the Florida Striders do. Jenny Allen heads up a club program called “Jenny's Pennies.” Those little coins and any other money found by club runners go into the fund throughout the year. On Sunday, Oct. 13, a group of members gathered at 6:30 a.m. at Sun Tire in Orange Park for a run, followed by the 35th anniversary celebration at 8 a.m. provided by the fund, plus edibles brought by club runners.
save the money they found running and take their jar of pennies to the Marine Corps Marathon. A couple of hours after the marathon, 30 to 40 striders and friends would get together at the hotel to swap stories, rest, snack and celebrate the occasion by sipping champagne, thus the idea for a champagne fund.”
Some of the pennies found by club members.
Jenny Allen at the goodies table during the annual celebration.
Jenny Allen is pictured with husband, Richard (left), and club member Bobby Greene.
Over 30 years, members have turned in $2,926.26. Over the past year, members found $133.68. Those Sunday morning runs began in October 1978 and have continued every Sunday at the same location at 6:30 a.m. for all those years - more than 1800 consecutive Sunday mornings. In 1984, club members established the fund. Just $1.09 was found that first year, then $8.81 and $5.65 the next two years. In the fourth year, collections were $20.71, totaled $52.62 in 1995 and $126.19 in 1996. Over the next 17 years, the fund has averaged $145.34.
Jenny's first time looking for money resulted in 32 pennies in a steak house parking lot. “It was going to be easy to fill up my jar,” she thought. It wasn't that easy, though. “The amount of money I was finding didn't buy much champagne.” Club runners persisted. “Striders were running with their eyes glued to the ground, looking for those mangled, road-rashed pennies. Our pot began to grow and I became the treasurer. We were checking phone booths, newspaper racks, and drink machines. We were finding coins and folding money,” she said. Members have found money elsewhere, too. One turned in 13 cents found in Hawaii. A North Carolina member found money and sent checks for those amounts. A neighbor began leaving little envelopes with pennies on Jenny's doorstep. A car wash employee handed a jar of pennies total-
(Note to all runners who will now watch for those pennies - or have been collecting them: A penny dated before 1982 is made of 95% copper. The melt value is more than two cents. Newer pennies are made of zinc with a copper coating and have very little melt value. Excluding any silver coins that you may occasionally find in circulation, those pre-1982 copper cents are the only regularly circulating American coins with a melt value exceeding face value. A nickel is 75% copper and 25% nickel and is worth about fourand-a-half cents in melt value and has occasionally exceeded five cents in melt value. It is not legal, however, to melt the coins. There has been consideration to eliminating pennies. Canada eliminated minting the one cent coin this year. I save pre-1982 cents and all nickels in the belief they will grow in value. Bruce.) From the mailbox: Danny Seagle of Morganton, NC with his renewal to Running Journal: “Have been running 44 years - 44,000 miles - only 20 miles a week and 74 years old. Love your magazine as I started subscribing to Carolina Runner years ago. Thank you for all you do for the exciting sport of RUNNING.” (Running Journal started as Carolina Runner in 1984. Our first issue was put together on a kitchen table. Thanks to Danny and other veteran subscribers for continuing to run and subscribe.)
From email: Chuck Bartlett, running coach in the state of Washington and web guru for Running Journal, lived in South Carolina as a youngster. He wrote of this memory: “I went to Sullivan Island Elementary School. At recess we would split up into Members of the Florida Striders at the annual celebration at Sun Tire. teams, not for football or baseball … no, we had two teams, the North and the South. You In a 1995 column in the Striders' newslet- ing $5.51 to a club member. ter, Jenny told of the early beginning: “I “The game of finding money adds to the didn't want to be on the North. We would all began looking for money back in 1984. fun for us runners and walkers … and it stand with our teams across the playfield Actually, it was Marv and Cindy Mollnow gives us a great excuse for another party,” from each other and then charge and just beat the heck out of each other.” who planted the seed. All year they would Jenny said.
Running Journal • December 2013
2014 Semi-Annual Marathon & Long-Distance Directory JAN. 4 - Swamp Forest Trail Marathon, Half Marathon & 6.5 Mile Run, Tallahassee, FL. 8am. Contact: Bobby York 850-443-6795, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 4 - Sunshine State Races, Half Marathon & 5K, West Palm Beach, FL. 6:30am. Contact: 239-653-7881.
JAN. 4 - Red Nose Half Marathon, Columbus, GA. 8am. Contact: Reggie email@example.com.
JAN. 5 - River, Roots & Ruts Trail Run, Alva, FL. 8am/Half Marathon, 8:15am/5K. Contact: Steve Brookman RaceDirector@RRRTrail.com.
JAN. 5 - DeLeon Springs Half Marathon & 5K, DeLeon Springs, FL. 8am. Contact: John Boyle 386-736-0002, firstname.lastname@example.org
JAN. 5 - Larry Fuselier 25K & 10K, New Orleans, LA 8am. Contact: email@example.com.
JAN. 5 Herb Parsons Trail Marathon Collierville, TN Inaugural. 8am/Marathon, 8:30am/Half Marathon. Non-technical single track trail with plenty of roots but few rocks. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 7 1/2 hrs. Avg. temp. High 49/Low 31.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, events@altis endurance.com, www.altisendurance.com JAN. 5 - Run to Read Half Marathon, Fairmont, WV. 2pm. Contact: Jim Woolfitt 304-366-6055, 304-825-6311, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 11 - PRA Pensacola Beach Run Half Marathon, Pensacola Beach, FL. 7:30am/Half, 8am/10K & 5K. Contact: Jehan Clark email@example.com.
JAN. 11 - GWTC 30K & 15K, Tallahassee, FL. 8am. Contact: Jackie & Jerry McDaniel 850-591-0081, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 11 - Mississippi Blues Marathon & Half Marathon, Jackson, MS. 7am. Contact: John email@example.com.
JAN. 11 - Ocean Isle Bridge Run for Food Half Marathon & 5K Run/Walk, Ocean Isle Beach, NC. 9am. Contact: Betty McMahon 910-575-3664, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 11 - Resolution Half Marathon & 5K, Travelers Rest, SC. 9am. Contact: email@example.com.
JAN. 12 Servis1st Bank First Light Marathon presented by Mobile Sports Authority Mobile, AL 13th Annual. 7:30am/Marathon, Half & 5-Person Marathon Relay. 2pm/1.2 Mile Fun Run & LifeSouth Kid’s Marathon. Beautiful course is USATF certified 26.2-mile Boston qualifier course. The half marathon course is also USATF certified. Time Limit: 7 hr./16 min/mi. 2013 entrants: 2,025 total. Avg. temp. high 61º, Low 40º.
Contact: Martin O’Malley, L’Arche Mobile Foundation, 151 S. Ann St., Mobile, AL 36604, 251-438-2094, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.firstlightmarathon.com JAN. 17-19 - Louisiana Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, Baton Rouge, LA. 1/18: 8am/5K, Kids Marathon/9:30am. 1/19: 7am/Marathon & Half. Contact: email@example.com.
Start Your Long Distance Training Here If you're looking for a marathon or other long distance event to train for, our semi-annual Marathon and Long Distance Directory is your starting line. We've compiled a list of many of the great long distance events across the south as well as other races outside the region. These races take place in the first half of 2014, so you have plenty of time to pick an event and start planning. Whether you are looking for a race close to home or want to take a road trip, you are sure to find the perfect race in this directory. If you want to run a race with thousands of other runners, there are several to choose from, if crowds are not your thing, you'll find some smaller events also. There are flat and fast courses and those with rolling hills. Decide what is important to you and set your goals. Having a big race to train for will help keep you motivated through the cold days of winter. After you've chosen your race(s), be sure to get your entry in early as many races fill up fast. Now it's time to plan your training schedule and start imagining the big smile you will have when you cross the finish line! Remember to check our marathon and ultra-calendar throughout the year in the back of each issue as we will continue to update information. The state sections will list other long-distance races. We also do frequent updates on our Web site: www.running.net. JAN. 18 - AORTA Auburn Classic Half Marathon & 10K, Auburn, AL. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 18 - ZOOMA Florida Half Marathon, Amelia Island, FL. 8am/half; 8:30am/5K. Contact: 703-349-2230, email@example.com.
JAN. 18 Museum of Aviation Marathon & Half Marathon Warner Robins, GA 18th Annual. 8am/Marathon, 8:15am/Half Marathon, 8:30am/ 5K. Prize $ ($3,000). 13.1 & 5K flat tracks on Robin’s Air Force Base; USATF. Entry Limit: 1,500. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2013 entrants: 1,100. Avg. temp. 40º.
Contact: Robert Dubiel, Dir. of Marketing 478-926-6870, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.museumofaviation. org
Clearwater Running Festival: Marathon & Half Marathon January 19, 2014 • 7:05am Clearwater, FL Accompanying races: 5 Miler and 5K Fitness Walk. Course (USATF): Perhaps Florida's most scenic and challenging courses with multiple ascents over bridges with great views. Time Limit: 7 hours (marathon). 2013 entrants: 300-marathon, 750-half. Avg. temp.: 52º-72º. Contact: Chris Lauber, Race Director 6161 7th Avenue N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 email@example.com www.clearwaterrunning.com
JAN. 18 - Charleston Marathon & Half Marathon, Charleston, SC. 8am. 5K Contact: Liz Alford 843-300-7500, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key West Half Marathon
January 19, 2014 • 7am Key West, FL Prize: Caribbean vacation. Accompanying race: 5K Run. Course: Beautiful flat Key West course by the waterfront and landmarks, southernmost point, Hemingway's Home and the Key West Lighthouse. Certification Pending. Entry Limit: 3,500. Time Limit: 4hrs. 2013 entrants: 1,950. Avg. temp.: 70ºF. Contact: Barb Wright, P.O. Box 1681, Key West, FL 33041; 305-240-0727 email@example.com
JAN. 19 - Naples Daily News 1/2 Marathon, Naples, FL. 7am. Contact: Perry Silverman 678-777-5622, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 19 - Ocala Marathon & Half Marathon, Ocala, FL. 7am/Marathon, 7:15am/Half Marathon, 7:30am/5K. Contact: Chris Moling, RD 352-637-2475, email@example.com.
JAN. 25 - Long Beach Carnival Classic Half Marathon & 5K, Long Beach, MS. 8am. Contact: 228-239-8022, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 25 - Frostbite Half Marathon - Starkville, MS. 12pm. Contact: Elaine Schimpf 662-615-3194, email@example.com.
JAN. 26 - Town of Celebration Marathon & Half Marathon, Celebration, FL. 7am. Contact: Ken Zambito 321-436-9742, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JAN. 26 - Suncoast Half Marathon, Lakewood Ranch, FL. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
JAN. 26 - Florida Challenge Half Marathon, Tampa, FL. 8am/half, 8:30am/5K. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Callaway Gardens Marathon & Half Marathon January 26, 2014 • 8:00am Pine Mountain, GA Accompanying race: 5K, 7:50am. Course (USATF): All within the beautiful Callaway Gardens Resort. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2013 entrants: 486. Avg. temp.: 55º. Dave Johnson, 1930 Beaver Brook Ln., Marietta,GA 30062 770-565-5208 • email@example.com www.callawaygardens.com JAN. 31-FEB. 1 - Critz Tybee Run Fest Half Marathon, Tybee Island, GA. 1/31: 6pm/Kiddie Run, 6:15pm/5K. 2/1: 7am/10K, 8:30am/half marathon, 12pm/2.8 Mile Beach Run, 1pm/1 Mile. Contact: Robert Espinoza 912-355-3527, firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 1 - SACF Half Marathon & 5K, Dothan, AL. 8am . Contact: 334-446-0247, email@example.com.
FEB 1-2 - Melbourne Music Marathon Weekend, Melbourne, FL. 2/2: 6:30am/Marathon, 7:05am/Half, 10am/Handcycle. 2/1: 7am/ 8K, 8am/5K. Contact: 321-759-7200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 1 - Heart & Sole Half Marathon & 5K, Goldsboro, NC. 8am. Contact: email@example.com.
FEB. 2 - Miami Marathon & Half Marathon, Miami, FL. 6:15am/Marathon & Half marathon (Wheelchair 6:05am). 7:30am/Tropical 5K on 2/1. Contact: 305-278-8668, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tallahassee Marathon & Half Marathon
February 2, 2014 • 7:30am Tallahassee, FL
Prize Money: $11,000. Course (USATF):Out-and-back starting from the Florida State University utilizing the St. Marks Rail to Trail. Entry Limit: 800-Marathon, 800-Half. Time Limit: 6 hours-Marathon. 2013 entrants: 1,185. Avg temp.: Low 38ºF, High 63ºF. Contact: Jay Silvanima, 527 East Call St., Tallahassee, FL 32301; 850-264-0739 email@example.com www.tallahasseemarathon.com FEB. 2 - Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon & Half Marathon, New Orleans, LA. 7am. Contact: 858-450-6510, 800-311-1255.
Running Journal • December 2013
Contact: Central Florida Sports Commission 407-648-4900 (x11), firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 23 Shelby Forest Loop Marathon Millington, TN
FEB. 8, Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon, Greenville, MS.
FEB. 16 - Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, Lauderdale, FL.
Inaugural. 8am/Marathon, 8:30am/Half Marathon. Twelve loops of closed road at Meeman Shelby Forest State Park; USATF. Entry Limit: 100. Time Limit: 7 hrs. Avg. temp. High 56/Low 36.
FEB. 8 - Jack-n-Back Half Marathon, Hot Springs, AR. 9am. Contact: Dow Stough email@example.com.
8am. 1 Mile Community Run. Contact: Suzette Matthews firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 8 Hilton Head Island Marathon Half Marathon and 5K Hilton Head Island, SC 8:00am. $1000 in Publix gift cards. Scenic course running through two parks and over Broad Creek; USATF/pending. Entry Limit: 2,500. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2013 entrants: 1,200. Avg. temp. 64.
Contact: Bear Foot Sports, 20 Towne Dr., PMB #200, Bluffton, SC 29910, 843-757-8520, email@example.com, www.bearfootsports.com. FEB. 8 - Cedars Frostbite Half Marathon, Lebanon, TN. 11am/cst. Contact: Lynda de Paulis 615-390-6977, Lntdp@earthlink.net.
FEB. 8 - Strawberry Plains Half Marathon & 10K, Strawberry Plains, TN. 9am. Contact: Jill Bedford 865-207-0042, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buzz Marathon #14 February 15, 2014 San Miguel, CA
Start Times: 8:30am/Marathon & Half Marathon (6:30am walkers). 8:45am/5K, 9:30am/Kids Mile (under 12 yrs.). Course (USATF): Out-and-back course on paved road with dirt shoulders available; gentle rolling hills start at gym 620' rise to 997' at turnaround. Run at Camp Roberts. Entry Limit: 500. Time Limit: 6 hrs. (8 w/early start) 2013 entrants: 240. Avg. temp.: 55ºF. Contact: Eileen Rogers Lillian Larsen School, 1601 L Street San Miguel,CA 93451 805-467-3216 (x207) email@example.com www.buzzmarathon.org
FEB. 15 MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon & Dasani Half Marathon Myrtle Beach, SC 17th Annual. 2/14: 5:30pm/Fun Run, 7pm/5K. 2/15: 6:30am/ Marathon & Half Marathon. Flat, fast, loop, city streets; view of Atlantic Ocean; USATF. Half Marathon is part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Entry Limit: 3,000-marathon, 5,000-half, 1,5005K. Time Limit: Marathon-7 hrs., Half-4 hrs. Avg. temp. 61ºF.
Contact: Myrtle Beach Marathon, POB 8780, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578, 843-293-RACE (7223), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mbmarathon.com.
FEB. 15-16 Five Points of Life Race Weekend Gainesville, FL 9th Annual. 2/15: 8am/5K, 9:15am/Kids Marathon. 2/16: 7am/ Marathon, Marathon Relay & Half Marathon. Prize $ ($5,000). This Boston Marathon qualifier course takes you through the city of Gainesville and UF; USATF. Time Limit: 3.5 hrs. (half), 6 hrs. (full). 2013 entrants: 2,400. Avg. temp. 70 high, 46 low.
Contact: Brite Whitaker, 4039 Newberry Rd., Gainesville, FL 32607, 352-224-1728, email@example.com, www.fivepointsoflife.org. FEB. 16 - Mercedes Marathon & Half Marathon, Birmingham, AL. 2/15: 8am/5K, 10am/Childrens Run. 2/16: 7:03am/Marathon, Marathon Relay & Half marathon. Contact: 205-870-7771, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mercedesmarathon.com.
FEB. 16 - Run the Line Half Marathon & 2-person relay, Texarkana, AR. 8am (7:30am early start). Contact: J.R. Harrison 903-792-7186, email@example.com.
FEB. 16 - Daytona Beach Half Marathon, Daytona Beach, FL. 6am.
9th Annual. 6am Marathon & Half Marathon. 11am Kids FR (on 2/16); 7am/5K (on 2/15). Contact: Matthew Lorraine 561-504-2001, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.A1AMarathon.com.
FEB. 16 - Locomotive Half Marathon, Kennesaw, GA. 7:30am/Half, 8am/5K. Contact: Mark Vescio email@example.com.
FEB. 16 - George Washington Birthday Marathon & Relay, Greenbelt, MD. 10am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 23 - Love Rox Half Marathon & 10K, Richmond, VA. 10am/half, 10:30am/10K. Contact: Laurie Mehler email@example.com.
FEB. 23 - Sentara Colonial Half Marathon, Williamsburg, VA. 1pm/half; 1:10pm/5K. Contact: W&M firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 1-2, Little Rock Marathon & Half Marathon, Little Rock, AR.
Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic Race Weekend February 22-23, 2014 Tampa, FL Start: 2/22: 6:45am/15K, 9am & 9:30am/ 5K. 2/23: 6am/Half Marathon, 9am/8K. Course (USATF): Courses start in downtown Tampa; flat, fast & waterfront courses showcasing many of Tampa's most beautiful historic neighborhoods. There's a race distance for every fitness level...run or walk one or if you're up for a 'Challenge' take on the Michelob Ultra (15K, 5K, Half & 8K), Michelob Ultra Amber (15K, 5K & Half) or Michelob Ultra Lime Cactus Challenge (15K & 8K). Avg temp.: 68º. Contact: Susan Harmeling 813-254-7866 • email@example.com
www.tampabayrun.com FEB 22 - XTERRA Georgia Thrill in the Hills Marathon & Half Marathon Trail Run, Winder, GA. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 22 - Run for Hope Half Marathon, Oxford, MS. 8:30am/Half Marathon, 8:45am/5K. Contact: 901-274-2202, email@example.com.
FEB. 22, South Mountains Half Marathon, ConnellySprings, NC. 8am. Contact: Mike Cothran 864-907-1742, firstname.lastname@example.org.
FEB. 22 - Run for Ray Trail Run, Winnabow, NC. 8:30am/18 Mile & 9 Mile, 9am/3 Mile. Contact: email@example.com.
FEB. 22 - Scenic City Half Marathon, 5K & Charity Challenge, Chattanooga, TN. 8am/half, 8:15am/5K Run/Walk. Contact: Sherilyn Johnson www.sceniccityhalfmarathon.com
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.altisendurance.com.
FEB. 23 - Gulf Coast Half Marathon, Gulf Shores, AL.
3/2: 8am/Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K. 3/1: 8am/5K Run/ Walk, 10am/Little Rockers Kids Marathon. Contact: Geneva Hampton 501-371-4639, email@example.com.
MARCH 1-2 - Orange Blossom Half Marathon, Tavares, FL. 7am/half marathon (3/2); 7:30am/5K (3/1). Contact: Sommer Sports (352)394-1320.
MARCH 1 - Albany Marathon & Half Marathon, Albany, GA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 1 - Crystal Coast Half Marathon & 5K, Morehead City, NC. 8am. Contact: Butch Robertson email@example.com.
MARCH 2 - Swamp House Half Marathon & 5K, DeBary, FL. 7:15am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 2 - Hooters to Hooters Half Marathon & Relay. Ft. Myers, FL. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 2 Stanky Creek Marathon Bartlett, TN Inaugural. 8am/Marathon, 8:30am/Half Marathon. Four loops of non-technical single track trail with plenty of roots but few rocks. Entry Limit: 250. Time Limit: 7 1/2 hrs. Avg. temp. High 58/Low 38.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, events@ altisendurance.com, www.altisendurance.com MARCH 2 - Whitestone 30K, Paint Rock, TN. 8:30am. 3-Person Relay. Contact: Larry firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 8 - Tuscaloosa Half Marathon, Tuscaloosa, AL. 8am. Contact: Charles Tiller 205-469-2184, tuscaloosahalfmarathon@ gmail.com, www.tuscaloosahalfmarathon.com
MARCH 8 - Dances With Dirt Green Swamp, 50 Mile, 50K, Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K, Dade City, FL. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 8 - Q50 50 Miles, Marathon & Half Marathon Trail Run, Franklinton, LA. 6am/50 miles, 8am/26 & 13 miles. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
7am. Contact: Gulf Coast Event Group, Inc. 850-325-0131, email@example.com.
MARCH 8 - Land Between the Lakes Trail Runs, 23K, Marathon, 60K, 50 Miles & 10K, Grand Rivers, KY.
FEB. 23 - 26.2 with Donna: The National Marathon to Fight Breast Cancer - Jacksonville Beach, FL.
6:30am. Contact: Steve Durbin 270-556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.wkrc.org.
7:30am. Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay; 5K & Family FR. Contact: 904-355-7465, email@example.com.
FEB. 23 GRU Augusta Half Marathon & 10K Augusta, GA
MARCH 8-9 NC Half Marathon & Twilight 5K at Charlotte Motor Speedway Concord, NC
6th Annual. 8am. The GRU Augusta Half Marathon course gives runners a tour of Augusta’s historic downtown & Summerville areas while passing many Augusta landmarks, including the statue of our native son James Brown, the historic Partridge Inn, GRU and the world-famous Augusta National Golf Club; USATF. 2013 registered: 1,041-half, 456-10K. Avg. temp. 64º in February.
3rd Annual. 6:30pm/5K (on 3/8); 7:30am/Half Marathon (on 3/ 9). Begin at the Charlotte Motor Speedway start line, run through the Speedway toward the dirt track and run the drag strip too! Finish under the checkered flag in pit row and bask in your glory in Victory Lane! USATF. Entry Limit: 4,000. Time Limit: 3.5 hrs. (half). 2013 entrants: 2,000. Avg. temp. 53ºF start/65ºF finish.
Contact: Lauren Dallas, POB 1331, Augusta, GA 30903, 706-722-8326 (x241), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.augustahalf.org, www.augustasportscouncil.org
Contact: Continental Events & Sports Management, POB 56-1154, Miami, FL 33256-1154, 800-733-7089, email@example.com, www.nchalfmarathon.com
BB&T Corporate Cup Half Marathon & 5K March 8, 2014 Charlotte, NC Course: Race starts in Uptown and winds through Dilworth, Myers Park and South Park neighborhoods. 2013 entrants: 3,100. Contact: Brittany Durkin 500 E. Morehead St., Charlotte, NC 28202 704-716-6211 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ymcacharlotte.org
Gupton Jeep Tom King Half Marathon 20th Annual
March 8, 2014 • Nashville, TN Prize Money: $4,500. Start: 7:25am-Wheelchair 1/2 Marathon, 7:30am-1/2 Marathon, 7:45am-5K Run/ Walk, 8am-Healthy Nashville 3K Walk. Course (USATF): Relatively flat course begins at LP Field/Titans Stadium to Shelby Park and loop along Shelby Bottoms Greenway before exciting finish inside stadium on 50-yard line. Entry Limit: Half Marathon - 1,500. Time Limit: 4 hours. 2013 entrants: 1,500-half, 750-5K. Avg temp.: 53º. Contact: Peter Pressman Nashville Striders, 4035 Trail Ridge Dr., Franklin, TN 37067 615-293-8862 • email@example.com www.tomkingclassic.com MARCH 9 - Sheriff’s Youth Ranch Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Boys Ranch, FL. 7:45am Contact: Karla Carusone firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 15 - Centerpoint Half Marathon, Prattville, AL. 7am/half; 7:30am/5K; 10am/Kids Mile. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 15 - Instant Classic Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, Chesterfield, VA. 7:45am/half; 8am/marathon. Contact: Sole Warriors firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 15 - Rock N Roll USA Marathon & Half Marathon, Washington, DC. 7:30am/Marathon, Half & 2-Person Relay. Contact: 858-450-6510, 800-311-1255.
MARCH 16 - First Watch Sarasota Half Marathon & Relay, Sarasota, FL. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 16 - Asheville Marathon at Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 16 Allscripts Tobacco Road Marathon & BaySix Half Marathon Cary, NC 5th Annual. 7am. Prize $ ($18,000). Marathon course is 21 miles on American Tobacco Trail; Half marathon is 8 miles on American Tobacco Trail; USATF. Entry Limit: 2,500-half, 1,500-marathon. Time Limit: 7 hrs./marathon. 2013 entrants: 4,000. Avg. temp. 52ºF.
Contact: Kazem Yahyapour, 6100 Crescent Knoll Dr., Raleigh, NC 27614, 919-280-9737, email@example.com, www.tobaccoroadmarathon.com.
Running Journal • December 2013
MARCH 16 - Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon - Wrightsville Beach, NC. 6:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 16 Germantown Half Marathon Memphis, TN 16th Annual. 7:30am. Mayor’s Cup 5K. The Half Marathon course take you through the rolling hills of Germantown, one of Memphis’ finest neighborhoods; USATF. Half Marathon is part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Avg. temp. 50º.
Contact: 901-274-2202, email@example.com, http:// germantownhalfmarathon.racesonline.com/ MARCH 16 - Yuengling Shamrock Marathon - Virginia Beach, VA. 3/16: 7am/Half Marathon, 8:30am/Marathon. 3/15: 7:45am/8K Run, 10:30am/Leprechaun Dash. Contact: J&A Racing Inc. 757-412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Total Fitness Connection Run & Walk for Children
MARCH 23 Western Maryland Rail Trail Marathon Hancock, MD Inaugural. 8am/Marathon, 8:30am/Half Marathon. The race takes place on the paved and scenic Western Maryland Rail Trail. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 7 hrs. Avg. temp. High 55/Low 34.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, email@example.com, www.altisendurance.com
MARCH 23 Greenway Marathon Nashville, TN 4th Annual. 7:30am/cst. Out and back on Stones River, Two Rivers and Shelby Bottoms Greenway; USATF. 2013 entrants: 102. Avg. temp. 50F.
Contact: Tomas de Paulis, 205 Woodland Ct., Hermitage, TN 37076, 615-390-6977 Lntdp@earthlink.net, www.frostbiterc.org/Greenway_Marathon.html MARCH 29 - Blue Angel Rock N Fly Half Marathon & 5K, Pensacola, FL. 8am. Contact: Mike Kohler - firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 29 - Berry Half Marathon, Rome, GA.
March 22, 2014 • 8am Bowling Green, KY
8am/half marathon & 10K, 8:20am/5K, 10:30am/Kids Half (1 Mile FR). Contact: email@example.com.
Races: Mini-Marathon, 5K Run, 5K Fun Walk & 5K Pump-n-Run event. Course: The Mini-Marathon course is mostly flat, with some gently rolling hills; beautiful country setting with horse farms along the way.
MARCH 29 - Queen City Marathon for Active Water, Cumberland, MD.
Time Limit: 3 hrs. 2013 Entrants: 1,062. Avg. Temp: 50's. Contact: Sandra Pence, 1133 Adams St., Bowling Green, KY 42101 270-781-6714 firstname.lastname@example.org www.runwalkky.com MARCH 22 - Ellerbe Springs Marathon, Ellerbe, NC. 8am. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 22 - Andrew Jackson Marathon & Half Marathon, Jackson, TN. 42nd Annual. 7am/Marathon, 7:30am/Half Marathon, 8am/5K. Contact: 731-668-4000, www.andrewjacksonmarathon.com.
MARCH 22 - Martinsville Half Marathon, 5K & Relay, Martinsville, VA. 8am. Contact: Brad firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florida Beach Halfathon & 5K Race
8am. Contact: email@example.com.
MARCH 29 - Race for the Fallen Marathon & Relay, Bay St. Louis, MS. 7am. 5K. Contact: Helene Loiacano Johnson 228-342-6038.
MARCH 30 - Hogeye Marathon & Relays, Fayetteville, AR. 7:30am. Half Marathon, 4 Person Relays, 5K & Kids Marathon. Contact: Tabby Holmes 479-445-9251, firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARCH 30 - B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, Severna Park, MD. 7:30am. Contact: Christian Zazzali 703-932-3932, email@example.com.
MARCH 30 Tanglefoot Trail Marathon Houston, MS
7am. Contact: 479-464-7275, firstname.lastname@example.org.
APRIL 5 - Chick-fil-A Connect Half Marathon, Athens, GA. 7am. 21K, 5K & 1 Mile. Contact: Connect Events 706-310-6053, email@example.com.
APRIL 5 - Miller Lite Charlottesville Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, Charlottesville, VA. 6:30am. Contact: 434-218-0402, firstname.lastname@example.org.
APRIL 6 C&O Canal Towpath Marathon Washington, DC Inaugural. 7:30am/Marathon, 8am/Half Marathon. The race takes place on the flat crushed stone covered C&O Canal Towpath. The course is located entirely in the District of Columbia. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 7 hrs. Avg. temp. High 63/Low 44.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, email@example.com, www.altisendurance.com
APRIL 11-12 Palmetto Half Marathon Columbia, SC 5th Annual. 4/11: 6:30pm/Youth Half. 4/12: 7am/Half Marathon, 7:15am/5K, 9am/Kids’ Fun Run. Out and back course takes runners through Northeast Columbia including residential neighborhoods. USATF. Time Limit: 4 hrs. 2013 entrants. 1,500. Avg. temp. Low 53ºF, High 76ºF.
March 30 2014 • 7:30am Knoxville, TN
Course (USATF): Flat, fast scenic course at America's #1 Beach on a gorgeous barrier island with no hills, bridges or discernible inclines. Time Limit: 3.5 hours. 2013 entrants: 1,000. Avg. temp.: 58º-80º. Contact: Chris Lauber, Race Director 6161 7th Avenue N St. Petersburg, FL 33710 firstname.lastname@example.org www.floridabeachhalfathon.com
Relay, 5K & Kids Run. Course (USATF): Rolling hills through downtown Knoxville and surrounding neighborhoods. Spectacular finish at 50 yard line of Neyland Stadium. Entry Limit: 10,000. Time Limit: 7 hrs. 2013 entrants: 8,000. Avg. temp.: Low 45, High 63. Contact: Jason Altman, POB 53442, Knoxville, TN 37950; 865-684-4294 email@example.com www.knoxvillemarathon.com MARCH 30 - Runners Marathon of Reston, Reston, VA. 7:30am/marathon, 8am/half marathon. Contact: Pat Brown 703-966-9378, firstname.lastname@example.org.
APRIL 26 - Country Music Marathon & Half Marathon, Nashville, TN. 7am. Contact: Competitor Group 800-311-1255.
APRIL 26 - Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon & Half Marathon, Roanoke, VA. America’s Toughest Road Marathon. 7:35am/Marathon, Half, 5-Person Team Relay & Walking Half. 8am/Kids Marathon. Contact: Pete Eshleman 540-343-1550, pete@Roanoke.org, www.blueridgemarathon.com
APRIL 27 - Iron Girl Columbia Half Marathon & Coed 5K, Columbia, MD. 7am. Contact: Robert Vigarito 410-964-1246, email@example.com.
APRIL 27 Divas Half Marathon® & 5K in North Myrtle Beach North Myrtle Beach, SC 3rd Annual. 7am (tentative). Start on Ocean Blvd. heading South toward Atlantic Beach. Along the course you will encounter picturesque beachside communities, take a trip down millionaires row and experience gorgeous golf courses all while bringing you back to the finish on Ocean Blvd. Entry Limit: 4,500. Time Limit: 3.5 hrs. (half). 2013 entrants: 4,800. Avg. temp. 60ºF start/80ºF finish.
Contact: Continental Event & Sports Management, POB 56-1154, Miami, FL 33256-1154, 800-733-7089, firstname.lastname@example.org, ww.runlikeadiva.com.
APRIL 12 - Oak Island Lighthouse Half Marathon, Oak Island, NC.
MAY 4 - CareFirst Frederick Running Festival, Frederick, MD.
8am/Half, 8:10am/10K, 8:20am/5K. Contact: Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce 910-457-6964.
APRIL 13 Trap Pond Marathon Laurel, DE Inaugural. 7:30am/Marathon, 8am/Half Marathon. Flat and fast trail loops around Trap Pond. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 7 1/2 hrs. Avg. temp. High 64/Low 41.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, events@alti sendurance.com, www.altisendurance.com APRIL 13 - Gulf Coast Half Marathon, Pensacola Beach, FL. 7am.
APRIL 19 - Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon, miniMarathon & Relays, Louisville, KY.
7:30am. Contact: 479-970-4394, email@example.com.
MAY 4 - Potomac River Run Marathon, Carderock, MD.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, events@altis endurance.com, www.altisendurance.com
Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon
APRIL 26 - RussVegas Half Marathon, Russellville, AR.
Contact: Eggplant Events Production, POB 692, Blythewood, SC 29016, 803-600-1800, info@palmettohalf marathon.com, www.palmettohalfmarathon.com
Contact: Gulf Coast Event Group, Inc. 850-325-0131, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prize Money: $13,200. Accompanying races: Half Marathon,
7am/Marathon & Half. 5K & Kids FR. Contact: 404-832-0786, email@example.com.
APRIL 5 - Bentonville Running Festival Half Marathon & 5K, Bentonville, AR.
Inaugural. 7:30am/Marathon, 8am/Half Marathon. The race takes place on the paved, flat, and scenic Tanglefoot Rail Trail. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 7 hrs. Avg. temp. High 70/Low 46.
March 23, 2014 • 7:05am St. Petersburg, FL
MARCH 23 - Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon, Atlanta, GA.
7:30am. 7:25am/Wheelchair. Contact: 502-584-6383, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentoring Marathon Marathon Relay Team Half Marathon & 5K April 19, 2014 Johnson City, TN Start Time: 7am/Marathon, Marathon Relay Team, Half Marathon; 9am/5K. Course (USATF): Marathon course is mostly a scenic route that begins and ends at ETSU in Johnson City, TN; route will have runners visit the downtown streets of Tennessee's oldest town (Jonesborough) with a small section on some trails near Wetlands Waterpark. Course is relatively flat with a couple of hills but the total gain is 814 ft. Avg. temp.: 55. Contact: Karen Hubbs, The Goose Chase 3101 Browns Mill Rd., Ste. 6 Johnson City, TN 37604 423-946-0519 • email@example.com www.mentoringmarathon.com
7am early start, 8am Competitive Start. Contact: Jay Jacob Wind 703-927-4833, firstname.lastname@example.org.
7am/Half Marathon & Relay on 5/4. 5K on 5/3, 6pm & Kids FR, 5pm. Contact: 410-605-9381, email@example.com.
Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon
May 4, 2014 • Pittsburgh, PA Prize Money: $127,500. Times: 7am/Marathon, Marathon Relay & Half Marathon. 5K, Kid's Marathon & Pet Walk (on May 3). Course (USATF): The Pittsburgh Marathon course winds through wonderfully unique and historic neighborhoods of Pittsburgh. Entry Limit: 30,000. Time Limit: 6 hours. 2013 entrants: 30,000. Avg. temp.: mid 50's.
Contact: Kelsey Jackson 810 River Ave., Suite 120 Pittsburgh, PA 15212 • 412-586-7785 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.pittsburghmarathon.com MAY 4 Stanky Creek 25K Bartlett, TN
Inaugural. 7am. Three loops of non-technical single track trail with plenty of roots but few rocks. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 4 1/ 2 hrs. Avg. temp. High 79/Low 57.
Contact: Mike Samuelson, 9438 William Little Dr., Lakeland, TN 38002, 901-355-9820, email@example.com, www.altisendurance.com.
Don’t miss our next 2014 Semi-Annual Marathon & Long-Distance Directory (listing events July 2014 through Dec. 2014). To be included in our June 2014 issue.
Running Journal • December 2013
MAY 18 - NCRC Classic Half Marathon & 10K, Cary, NC. 7am. Contact: Charles Akers firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAY 18 - Marine Corps Historic Half, Fredericksburg, VA.7am. 10K & 5K. Contact: 800-Run-USMC, email@example.com.
KEYBANK Vermont City Marathon & Relay
JUNE 14 Marathon to Marathon Storm Lake, IA to Marathon, IA 19th Annual. 6am/Marathon & Relay, 7am/Half Marathon, 7:30am/5K Run/Walk. Flat, fast, and friendly; USATF. Time Limit: 7 hrs. Avg temp. 70. Contact: Lois Lind, POB 262, Marathon, IA 50565, 712-2892246, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.marathon2marathon.com.
JUNE 14 - The Varmint 1/2 Marathon, Burkes Garden, VA. 6:30am/13.1 Non-competitive walk, 8am/half marathon & 5K, 11am/1 Mile Dash (12-under). Contact: Charity McDaniel 276-979-8044, email@example.com.
May 25, 2014 • 8:00am Burlington, VT
JUNE 21 - Hotter than Hades Tribbett Half Marathon, Leland, MS.
Prize Money: $8,000. Course (USATF): Course is both fast and picturesque. You will run through the spectator filled streets of Burlington, VT, and along the shores of Lake Champlain. Entry Limit: 3,600. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2013 entrants: 3,600. Avg. temp.: 54˚ Start, 67˚ Finish.
Ultra Events “Take the Challenge in 2014”
Contact: Jessica Cover 1 Main Street, Suite 304 Burlington, VT 05401; 802-863-8412 firstname.lastname@example.org www.runvcm.org MAY 31 - Virginia Wine Country Half Marathon, Leesburg, VA. 7am. Contact: 707-933-1769, email@example.com.
MAY 31-JUNE 1 - Run for the Dream Half Marathon, Williamsburg, VA. 5/31: 7am/5K Run/Walk, 10am/Kids FR; 6/1: 7am/Half Marathon. Contact: 757-599-9472.
Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K June 1, 2014 • 7:30am Steamboat Springs, CO
Course (USATF): Run along the roaring Elk River through emerald green pastures with the snow-capped Rocky Mountains all around. Entry Limit: Full-500, Half-1,200, 10Kunlimited. Time Limit: 5.5 hours. 2013 entrants: Full-400, Half-1,000, 10K350. Avg temp.: 40º-75ºF. Contact: 970-879-0880 firstname.lastname@example.org www.steamboatmarathon.com JUNE 1 Deadwood Mickelson Trail Marathon Deadwood, SD 13th Annual. 8am. Half Marathon, 5-Person Marathon Relay, Fast 5K & Kids Races. 26.2 Miles of Black Hills Beauty! Course starts in the old mining town of Rochford & finishes in historic Deadwood, SD. USATF certified. Entry Limit: 3,000. Time Limit: 7 hrs. 2013 entrants: 3,000. Avg. temp. 55º.
Contact: Emily Wheeler, 8510 Kings Ct., Rapid City, SD 57702, 605-390-6137, info@deadwoodmickelsontrail marathon.com, www.deadwoodmickelsontrail marathon.com
Contact: 662-347-2920, email@example.com.
JAN. 4 - Croom Zoom 100K, 50K & 25K, Tampa, FL. 6am/100K & 50K, 7am/25K. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-282-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. JAN. 4 - Salem Lakeshore Frosty 50K Run & Relay, 25K, Winston-Salem, NC. 8am. Contact: email@example.com.
JAN. 4-5 The Pistol Ultra Run 100 Mile, 100K 50K & 50K Relay Alcoa, TN 2nd Annual. 8am (all distances on 1/4). Door prizes, awards. An urban ultra on a lit, paved greenway trail. Fast, looped course with minimal elevation change, great aid stations, and awesome volunteers! Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 30 hrs. (all distances). 2013 entrants: 73. Avg. temp. High 46F, Low 29F. Contact: Will Jorgensen, POB 6108, Maryville, TN 37802, 865-740-1717, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.pistolultra.com JAN. 4 - Harbison 50K, Columbia, SC. 7:30am. Contact: David Nance 803-221-4416, david@harbison 50k.com. JAN. 11 - Willis River 50K & 35K Trail Runs, Cumberland, VA. 8am. Contact: 804-378-6268. JAN. 18 - Tashka 50K & 25K Trail Run, Coker, AL. 7am. Also 4 Mile. Contact: Alison White 205-826-1658, email@example.com. FEB. 1 - Wolfson Children’s Challenge, Jacksonville, FL. 4am/55 Mile Ultra Marathon, 4:30am/55 Mile Ultra Relay. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. FEB. 1 - “ICY-8” Hour Adventure Trail Run, Lake Anna State Park, VA. 7:30am. Contact: email@example.com. FEB. 7-8 - Ragnar Relay Florida Keys, 200 Mile Relay, Miami to Key West, FL. 7am. Contact: Milo Williams 801-499-5024, firstname.lastname@example.org. FEB. 15 - Black Warrior - Phillip Parker Memorial Trail Runs, 50K, 25K, 5 Mile & 3-Person Relay, Moulton, AL. 8am. Contact: email@example.com. FEB. 15 - Iron Horse 100 Mile, 100K & 50 Mile Endurance Runs, Florahome, FL. 7am. Contact: Chris Rodatz 904-655-6511, firstname.lastname@example.org. FEB. 15 - Holiday Lake 50K++, Appomattox, VA. 6:30am. Contact: David Horton 434-582-2386 (w), 434-239-1324 (h), email@example.com.
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FEB. 15-16 Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail 118 Miler Okeechobee, FL
MARCH 22-23 Cross Florida Route 40 Romp 116 Mile Yankeetown FL
7th Annual. Relays as well as Solo runners. The Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail is the 118-mile trail around Lake Okeechobee that can be walked, hiked, mountain biked, roller bladed or horseback ridden. Most of the trail is on top of the 35foot high Herbert Hoover Dike. Its height allows for excellent views and vistas of the lake. The trail has a number of access points, can be used year around and provides excellent opportunities for bird watching, fishing and photography. Entry Limit: 100. Time Limit: 36 hrs. Avg. temp. 60s. Contact: G. Scott Maxwell, 1845 Charlesmont Dr., Apt. A, Indialantic, FL 32903, 321-243-0009, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.furtinc.com
Inaugural. Starts in Yankeetown, FL and finishes in Ormond Beach, FL. Start by dipping your toes in the Gulf and finish by dipping them in the Atlantic Ocean. In between pass through old Florida and the Ocala National Forest as you run on all 97.1 miles of State Road 40. Entry Limit: 100. Time Limit: 36 hrs. Avg. temp. high 60s. Contact: G. Scott Maxwell, 1845 Charlesmont Dr., Apt. A, Indialantic, FL 32903, 321-243-0009, email@example.com, www.furtinc.com
FEB. 15-17 - Destin 50 Beach Ultra, Destin, FL. 2/16: 8am/5K. 2/17: 5am/50 Mile, 6am/50K, 7am/Relay. Contact: Zane Holscher, Race Dir. - firstname.lastname@example.org. FEB. 22 - Mount Cheaha 50K, Delta, AL. 7:30am. Contact: email@example.com.
FEB. 22 Everglades Ultras Everglades City, FL 3rd Annual. 6am. 50 Mile, 50K & 25K Trail Races. Trail race through swampland, grassland prairie and wooded areas of the Florida Everglades. Entry Limit: 300. Time Limit: 14:30 hrs. 2013 entrants: 175. Avg. temp. 72º. Contact: Bob Becker, POB 2065, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33303, 954-439-2800, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.evergladesultras.com MARCH 1 - Carl Touchstone Memorial Mississippi Trail 50, Laurel, MS. 6am/50 Mile & 50K, 8am/20K. Contact: Dennis Bisnette 601-425-7005 (d), 601-477-2610 (n), email@example.com. MARCH 8 - Dances With Dirt Green Swamp, 50 Mile, 50K, Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K, Dade City, FL. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. MARCH 8 - Land Between the Lakes Trail Runs, 23K, Marathon, 60K, 50 Miles & 10K, Grand Rivers, KY. 6:30am. Contact: Steve Durbin 270-556-1679, email@example.com. MARCH 8 - Q50 50 Miles, Marathon & Half Marathon Trail Run, Franklinton, LA. 6am/50 miles, 8am/26 & 13 miles. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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MARCH 29 - Croom Trail 50 Mile, 50K & 16 Mile Fools Run, Brooksville, FL. 6am/50 Mile, 7am/50K & 16 Mile. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-282-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. APRIL 12 - Bull Run Run 50-Miler, Clifton, VA. 6:30am. Contact: email@example.com. APRIL 26 - Ouachita Trail 50, 50 Mile & 50K, Little Rock, AR. 6am. Contact: Chrissy Ferguson 501-803-9411, OT50@runarkansas.com. APRIL 19 - Bel Monte Endurance Run, 50 Mile, 50K & 25K, Wintergreen, VA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
APRIL 26-27 Virginia 24 Hour Run for Cancer Hampton, VA 11th Annual. 7am. Repeat laps of a flat, dirt 3.75 mile series of Nature Park trails. Walkers Welcome. Plaques to all who do 50, 75 or 100 miles. Entry Limit: 200. Time Limit: 24 hrs. 2013 entrants: 200. Avg. temp. 60-65. Contact: George Nelsen, 407 Belton Place, Newport News, VA 23608, 757-874-4635, email@example.com, www.va24hourrunforcancer.com. MAY 3-4 - 24-HR Adventure Trail Run, Triangle, VA. 7am. Solo or Teams. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAY 17 Keys 100 UltraMarathon Key West, FL 7th Annual. 6am. 100 Mile & 50 Mile Individual Races; 100 Mile Six-Runner Team Relay. Race across the islands of the Florida Keys—Key Largo (or Marathon) to Key West.Time Limit: 32 hrs. 2013 entrants: 880. Avg. temp. 82º. Contact: Bob Becker, POB 2065, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33303, 954-439-2800, email@example.com, www.keys100.com. MAY 17-18 - Massanutten Mountain 100-Mile Trail Run, Front Royal, VA. 4am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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www.running.net after I started back I had a stress fracture in my hip and wondered if I would be able to run again. I went out and helped out at some Mangum Track Club events and loved just supporting the others and being a part of our special club. Lucky for me I healed and have had my best year running ever. When I was injured, I decided that if for whatever reason someday I would not be able to run anymore, I would still volunteer and help others in the running community any way I can. As good as the running is, the people we come in contact with are even better. Just be a part.” Lee Watson, 60, Hamlet, NC “Get involved with one or two ways -volunteering or putting a run together. I just ran the Chicago Marathon and saw the wheelchairs gather at the start. There must be something that [you] can put together at a run to allow this.” George Wannop, Broadway, NC “Volunteering is the best way to become familiar with the sport of running and ultra-running, in particular. It's also probably the best way, once one's running days are finished (God forbid that should ever happen), to go out. Give a little, take a little, then give it back again.” Kevin Spradlin, Rockingham, NC “Well, I suspect, judging from our events, some enjoy the sport by volunteering for race events. Mangum Track Club events have some of the best volunteers around -- seems to be a grass roots effort. I think some of these repeat volunteers enjoy the events and fellowship of being involved in our events.” Steven Jacobson, Raleigh, NC “I had a knee replacement in July, haven't run since it became too painful well over a year ago. I still work the data
He Said, She Said Enjoying Running when you can’t run “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” You've heard it before, probably recited it, and may have even tried to believe it. Sadly however, life experience has likely taught you that the sentiment is not always true. Words can hurt -- even without intent, even without being spoken, and even when the words are not directed personally towards you.
By Mary Marcia Brown
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The October issue of Running Journal was a recent reminder of how seemingly supportive running articles, race results, and running news can actually be daggers to the running spirit of eternal runners in heart whose bodies may have decided not to follow. After reading that former subscribers had conveyed to Publisher Bruce Morrison that reading about running “hurt” when they are no longer able to run, I immediately wanted to give them words that would offer hope instead of hurt. I wanted them to continue to experience the joy of running, even if their laces have been replaced by slippers and their miles have morphed into reluctant smiles. This month I reached out to fellow runners to ask, “"How can someone enjoy the sport of running when he/she can no longer physically run?" He (Male Runners) Said… “People who no longer run can still enjoy the sport by volunteering at events or by organizing and directing events. Who better to work aid stations or organize an event than a former runner? Crossing the finish line yourself is quite
an achievement but when you help others cross the finish line it's so rewarding.” Chris Young, Hope Mills, NC “Become a race director, because someone who has run understands how important it is to do things right.” L.C. Moore, Keeling, VA
“As I have grown older and seen my own ability to run decline, as well as other runners my age, I have noticed that it is not so much the ability to run as it is the ability to keep moving. When we can no longer run fast, we run slow; and when we can no longer run slow, we walk; and when we can no longer walk, we still strive to keep moving. Movement equates to life and is our lifestyle. We may seek other means to keep moving by biking, by wheelchair, or whatever is available to us. but the ultimate goal is to always maintain our lifestyle through movement and we do not give this up ever without a fight.” Bill Finley, Asheville, NC “The organized sport of running that we know wouldn't exist without the army of fantastic volunteers that make it run. Without the physical ability to run, there are many opportunities to stay active and vital within the running community through volunteerism.” Jay Curwen, Asheville, NC “Take photos of runners as they run past. Coach, direct a race, or sell running kicks.” Phil Brown, Lakeland, FL “Immerse yourself in helping others grow and enjoy what you once did. It will not be long before you find the thrill and enjoyment you once felt!” Donald Dees, Aberdeen, NC “I had a knee injury that kept me from being able to run on a regular basis for 11 years. It finally healed and I started back a little over 2 years ago. About 6 months CONTINUED ON PAGE 9
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Down the Road A Comeback Race You will face it someday. Running a race for the first time after an accident, injury, or illness. It is a comeback race, and you will wonder if you are going to hurt yourself by doing it. What is your recovery race story going to be? Here is mine; my first race since the car wreck five months ago as I write this. A week before the race: My longest run since the accident, and my fastest. It was encouraging. It was a four-mile run, the first two miles at a 10-minute pace, the lasts two just under it. There was a time when I would have scoffed at a pace 'that slow' but not now. I decide I can run the Be Great 8K race the next Saturday. The race did something every race should do. They got their new course (it is the second running of the race) USATF certified and sent out the certification map via e-mail to the race entrants. My wife Kathy and I decided to drive the race course and it was a great course. It started and went through the Winthrop University campus, up a back road to and around and behind Glencairn Gardens, on through gently rolling old neighborhoods and back through the campus to finish where the race started. The course had some honestly gently rolling hills, but no long killer hills like some races describe as gently rolling. Race day September 21: Got there about an hour early to get a good parking place. It wasn't deadly hot for the 8 a.m. start, but it was about five or six degrees warmer than it had been all week, overcast and a bit more humid. Oh well, at least the rain held off until after noon -long after the race was over. We lined up for the start and it didn't look like a fast field. Edward, who lives less than half a mile from us, was right beside me and when I asked him what he wanted to run he said a 7:30 pace. I told him I was hoping to run 20 minutes slower than my PR which I had run back in 1984, the day Bruce Morrison asked me to start writing for this magazine. So I was hoping to run a 49:04 or just under 10minute pace. I realized I was lined up too close to the front and started to move back but the starting gun was fired when had I gotten back only a few steps, there was no warning nor countdown. You guessed it. I started out too fast. Less than a tenth of a mile and I was gasping for air and there were only about 10 runners ahead of me, so I slowed down. The first mile mark came up at 8:24
By Cedric Jaggers
which was way too fast after the 10 and 11 minute per mile pace I'd been doing in all my running. We went through the Winthrop campus and I was running right behind a Winthrop alum who was telling his 'spouse/wife/girlfriend?' what all the buildings were: “That's the library where I spent so much time studying” etc. It was fun to listen in. We went down the back road and then by the beautiful Glencairn Gardens. There was a much needed (by me) water table at the two-mile mark. Then lots of folks started passing me as I slowed down and at the three-mile mark, my body really started reminding me that I'd only been running three miles, three or four days a week the past couple of months, and that four slow miles was the longest run in the months since the accident. I gritted my teeth and tried to stay with the next runner who passed me. I couldn't stay with her. Then the next guy came by, hung with him a while, but he dropped me too. I was really glad they had another water station at the four-mile mark and I saw that I'd run a 10:04 mile, but did a double take when my watch showed the total time was 36:36. My mind was in that confused state you sometimes get when you are exhausted from starting and running too fast for the shape you are in during a race. I tried to do the math and see what I would need to run to make my goal of 49:04. I figured I could slow down even to an 11-minute pace and still make it. Okay, you see it; 36 plus 11 is not 49, but I was dazed enough to worry about it and think it was. Kathy can tell you I'm not good at math, and maybe now you'll believe her. Then another guy passed me. It was probably the best thing that could have happened. We were going back into the campus and had to run the same big loop back through and then to the finish line. I picked up the pace and hung with him for
a while, but couldn't stay with him, but he had kept me from continuing to slow down. Finally the finish line came up. I could see it and I tried to push hard all the way up the slight downhill to cross the line in 44:39 (8:59 pace). I was ecstatic. I was really pleased when I found out I had placed in my age group, something I hadn't done in the first Be Great 8k. When you come back it is such a joy to do better than you expected . It gives you hope and increases your expectations for the future. I could have let it go during the later parts of the race and still gotten my original goal, but I didn't. Will you? It is a hard thing when you are undertrained (compared to what you used to do) but sometimes sheer will power and pride can help you power through. Comeback races are tough. You don't know what is going to happen. This time at least, things worked out for me. Or so I thought Aftermath. October 31. I've been to the doctor. I've taken the anti-inflammatory pills. Here I sit with an aching foot. Seems I pulled a tendon (maybe by running further and faster than I was trained for?). That's another lesson to remember about comeback races. You can try to go too far in your comeback race -- I would probably have been okay for a 5K instead of an 8K. You can run too fast -- I might have been okay with a slower steady pace (as Kathy had recommended) than I ran in the race. But who knows? Lessons are easier to see and talk about after the damage is done. Now I get to slowly try to come back and get ready for yet another comeback race. Be careful when your comeback race comes. Maybe we'll see each other at the starting line and you'll be smarter in your comeback race than I was in mine. Cedric Jaggers was elected to the South Carolina Road Runners Hall of Fame in 1992. He is the author of Charleston's Cooper River Bridge Run. He lives and runs in Rock Hill, SC. He may be reached via e-mail at JaggersRun@comporium.net.
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“I ran the 2009 Run To Victory Half Marathon and remember seeing a young man running who had lost most of the use of his legs. He competed by using forearm crutches and seemed to be enjoying the experience. He was a hell of an inspiration that's for sure!” Terry Wilmoth, Kernersville, NC “Become a volunteer for your local high school's track/XC teams, join your local running club and volunteer in any way [you can].” Anthony Boerio, Greensburg, Pennsylvania “Every running event that occurs cannot occur without the help and time of volunteers. Whether you are a water pusher, course monitor, finish line [helper], or results tabulator, working a race or other running event is fun and rewarding. In doing so, you can remain a part of the running community that has been such a big part of your life for the time you spent running.” Robert Hill, Winston Salem, NC She (Female Runners) Said… “Pick a charity that [you] really support and cheer on a runner who supports [your] cause! Make a difference and support that difference you are making in someone's life.” Margo Miller Kummer , Winston-Salem, NC “Be a volunteer at racing events. They are always looking for people to hand out water, high five the runners, even throw paint at color runs. Plus you usually always get cool swag and free shirts!” Victoria Worley, Nathalie, VA “Be a mentor for the beginning 5k program and work with the walkers. Be a cheerleader for local events and support Special Olympic athletes!” Kathylyn Tibbetts Barnhill (parent of a Special Olympics athlete), Winston Salem, NC “Volunteer at local races.” Carolyn Sater Kanoy, Winston Salem, NC “Get involved in training programs and mentor those beginner runners. Try to coordinate, support and volunteer in local races. While I was pregnant and recovering and couldn't run, I got my fix for running by coaching a few friends. It was rewarding and gave me a fuzzy feeling.” Diana Parks-Solano, Sophia, NC “It doesn't leave your blood just because the body is not able. How many people watching football on Saturdays and Sundays have ever actually played? It doesn't decrease their enjoyment.” Jennifer Ennis, Raleigh, NC
base locally, and work mailing and the newsletter for an Olympic development club on the west coast. Someone has to do the background work, often the team won't be at a meet without someone driving the van. I used to be on the team, now I drive the van. Keith Stone, Winston Salem, NC CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
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Fidler on the Run Fall Running Safety When my children were younger and I drove them to soccer practice, they regularly had to hear me identify members of the Darwin Club as we drove toward the fields. Mostly we would see cyclists without helmets, but occasionally we would see runners who were club members. In the 19th century, Charles Darwin proposed his theory of natural selection, which is still debated today. The strong, fast, and smart animals survive over the ages; the weak, slow, and dumb creatures perish. The Darwin Club is my invention (or maybe I borrowed it from someone else). Members are selected by me and rarely know they have been inducted. I pick people who exhibit behaviors that put them at risk. Because we are moving into the seasons with fewer hours of daylight, I hope to keep you out of the Darwin Club with the following suggestions: Wear reflective gear: When running in the dark, wear a reflective vest. A blinking light may be better. The next best item is a white shirt; colored clothing often functions as an invisibility cloak. Most mornings I am driving to work between 5 and 6 a.m. I am surprised by how many runners choose dark clothing and no reflective gear. I have almost hit several runners and I am watching for them. Would a driver who does not run be as alert? Know when the sidewalk is not your friend: In the dark, is the sidewalk the best chance for survival? In most cases, it is because the sidewalk removes you from the traffic. However, if your section of town has sidewalks that are broken or buckled, you may be safer in the street. Often, when you trip, you are on the ground before you can react. In my own experience, I've had one instance where I landed on my chin and another where I touched down on my shoulder. Leave the headphones at home. Running with headphones puts you at risk in several ways. When passing another runner, I usually shout, “On your left (or right).” Frequently, people cannot hear me and are quite startled when I slip by. These people would be easy marks if I had evil intent. Moreover, there is always the remote possibility you may need to dodge a car. A couple of years ago, a runner was running with earbuds and was struck and killed … by a crashing airplane. Run facing traffic … except when you shouldn't: In most cases you should run facing traffic. This positioning gives you a chance to move. If I do not see you run-
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ning in your charcoal-colored outfit, at least you can swerve to the curb when I drive past. But as I learned when I lived in Boone, NC, there are some exceptions to the rule. Sometimes running around switchbacks on those mountain roads we were safer running with traffic. If we were coming around a hairpin turn, running with traffic we could just jump off the road. Facing traffic, we could not only be hidden from vehicles, but we would find a rock wall obscuring the turn. Be alert, and use circumstances to determine when you need to run with traffic. To sum up: This fall and winter, wear reflective gear when running in the dark, open your ears, run on the sidewalk if it is plane and face traffic. Do not be inducted into the Darwin Club - save that honor for the guy riding his bike with no helmet, tethered to two dogs and plugged into his music Lee Fidler runs and coaches in Stone Mountain, GA, and can be reached at email@example.com
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Vegan Health â€“ and Chocolate Milk? When I wrote "Eat Vegan on $4 a Day," I stated in a chapter, "It is more important to have someone who loves and respects you then a clone at the dinner table.â€? As I began speaking around the US and Canada, I mentioned this in my talks. Once, I just asked randomly, â€œSo, how many of you live in a mixed marriage, where one of you is veg and the other is not?â€? Lots of nodding, eye-rolling and looks of frustration. I was surprised at how many people raised their hands. They began asking, â€œHow do you cope? How do you do it?â€? Sometimes it was almost the entire audience. I thought if that many people were dealing with this, it might make a good topic for a second book. It seemed like this struck such a nerve. It is, thanks in part to the popularity of people like former President Bill Clinton spreading the word about how a vegan diet can reverse heart disease and other conditions like diabetes, obesity and other preventable diseases of affluence. As a result, we have many new people at the vegan table. The rush to eating vegan is also due to the popularity of cooking classes. I'm still waiting for a vegan cooking instructor to replace Paula Deene. Even though that hasn't happened yet, cooking classes around the country are teaching people what their doctors have not: Food is powerful medicine. Before my books came out I was a trained cooking instructor for the national nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and their Cancer Project classes. Classes can be done anywhere from 1 to 8 in the series. The instructor cooks and demonstrates recipes from a cooking instruction manual. Then they get to taste samples so people really know what delicious, easy and also very cheap vegan food tastes like. I would see incredible results. The best success was a woman who lost 120 pounds in 8 months never counting a calorie and loving the food, while staving off multiple myeloma, one of the more fatal forms of bone cancer. The local newspaper did her story with before and after photos. Like her, most people have gone vegan while already in a relationship. That relationship can be with a significant other, our family or our friends. Most people
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A Running Birthday Celebration By the time you are reading this article I should be done with step one of my birthday celebration. The end of November yours truly hits the "magic" age of social security and Medicare. I will celebrate my 65th birthday and I thought that 65 is one of those milestone birthdays that deserves a truly unique celebration. I know the day is being celebrated with a catered "surprise party" being orchestrated by my Daddy's wife in beautiful Daytona Beach Shores, FL. But to celebrate my running and continued good health, I decided an appropriate celebration should last the entire year. Thus I decided to run a marathon a month to commemorate the occasion. Not one to hesitate I am running the Space Coast marathon two days after my birthday. I ran it last year in late November and fortunately for me it moved to December this year. It is the oldest marathon in Florida as this is the 42nd annual. Over the years the promoters have created quite an event (it sold out in July). The course follows the breathtaking Indian River and it is flat with only a couple of bumps. I watched dolphins frolicking last year as I ran. The Expo is at the Kennedy Space Center and all of the aid stations are space themed. The BIG BANG Series honors the NASA's Shuttle Program with an awesome space shuttle medal for each shuttle's inaugural flight (2013 - Columbia; 2014 - Challenger; 2015 - Discovery; 2016- Endeavour; 2017- Atlantis). Believe me these are huge medals and besides the tech shirt you get a beach towel instead of the mylar blanket at the finish and a food bonanza second to none. It seems the appropriate way to launch my adventure! In planning out my year I realized that this was going to be a pricey endeavor. I attempted with no luck to find a sponsor. So I took expenses into account and am fortunate to be a member of the Darkside Running Club. Members are provided three free marathons a year and this definitely helped the budget as I only have to overnight in Peachtree City to get my New Years Day (January), Memorial Day (May) and Labor Day (September) marathons. My eternal thanks go to Scott Ludwig and the Darksiders for this bene-
By Carolyn Mather, RN, PhD.
fit!! February will find me back in my old stomping grounds where I truly began my running life at Florida State University for the 40th annual Tallahassee Marathon. Nancy Stedman and Jay Silvanima direct an incredible event that utilizes the rail trail for a flat and calming course that also takes in the huge sports complex at FSU. Their aid stations are second to none and their volunteers have every thing any runner could want. The pottery awards are very special. The finish on the Mike Long track reminds me of many workouts there. March will take me back to Albany, GA, for the Snickers Marathon. This is another well-run event that boasts being a "top 10 Boston Marathon qualifier." The course winds through scenic Albany and is fairly flat. I debated for months on my April marathon. After arguing with myself I will return to another familiar area to run the 118th Boston Marathon. I go to Boston every year to cover the race for Running Journal but after the events of last year I convinced myself to run with 36,000 participants to honor those fallen last year at the finish line. As I have become more age challenged I find I like my marathons smaller and not the crazy crowds of the big city marathons. But this one is special for so many reasons so I will run Boston this year to show we are not intimidated as runners and are always Boston Strong. If you follow my column at all you know that June could never be anything but Grandmas Marathon in Duluth, MN. This will be my 20th year to return to Duluth to what is without a doubt my very favorite marathon. The marathon weekend is a very special tradition and this 38th year will see a new executive
www.running.net director and new race director. I will go early to work on the hospitality committee for a week but I plan to get a little more rest than in the past so I am not so tired at the start after working all week. July will take me to a very hilly venue but a spectacularly scenic marathon as I take on the Wipro San Francisco Marathon. The city is our favorite so I figured Steve should get some fun out of my adventure. The course goes over the Golden Gate Bridge and back through varied areas of the city. It will be a gorgeous tour. I have yet to confirm but am leaning towards the Leading Ladies Marathon in South Dakota for my August marathon. It is an all ladies marathon through Spearfish Canyon which is a trip through the mystical Black Hills. I have always wanted to do this one with guys in tuxedos handing out chocolates at an aid station. If the budget cooperates this should be the August fun. Again I have not committed to October but I am seriously considering the Twin Cities marathon which is the national masters championship. I have gone the last few years and have helped out in hospitality. My only concern is the size of the race but I suspect this is a serious contender for October. November is a toss up right now. I could run the New York City Marathon but it really is too big for me and I have done it. If Rock and Roll Savannah is not the weekend of New York I am thinking that is a real possibility as is the Soldier Marathon in Columbus, GA. But I may actually return to where my adventure started as Space Coast may be back in November. I have a bit of time to decide on the August, October, and November marathons but I expect to firm them up soon. If any of my readers have suggestions for August, October, and November, send them my way. I am always open to good recommendations. I hope to figure out how to blog so I can keep anyone interested in my journey apprised of my progress. Please wish me a safe journey free of injury. As runners it is always so much fun to discover new ways to do things and stay motivated. As the New Year approaches take some time to make some awesome plans for your running future. Have a very happy holiday season.
“I've been running for over three decades and I spent 15 of those years running past a nursing home that was around the corner from my home. On sunny days, the residents would sit out front and many of them would wave at me and smile as I passed by. I often thought about how I would feel when my legs would no longer carry me. It would break my heart but I know that I would be a wonderful cheerleader. I would probably beg my family to take me to local events so that I could cheer loudly from the sides.” Cherie Titus McCafferty , Anderson Creek, NC “Volunteer. As a runner you know better than anyone what it takes to finish a race. Being the leader of the volunteers would be a great way to give back to the sport that you loved. Having just finished a half marathon on a hilly course, there was one volunteer at the top of a hill cheering all of us on. He started encouraging us while we were at the bottom and continued until we reached the top!” Lisa K. Radak Rosche, Halifax, VA “I fully enjoy the sport of running by walking (fast) the races. I have volunteered, but as long as I am upright I will be out there proving I can move. Being a part of the Mangum Track Club community helps me enjoy life in general.” Irene Russell, 67 Southern Pines, NC So, as we enter the season of giving, consider giving your time, knowledge, expertise, support or simple presence to the sport that helped you move miles and allowed you to make merry memories. There are still memories to be made and experiences to be shared. Whether you are a runner, a walker, a roller, a race director, a coach, a cheerleader, or a spectator, spend your time being an integral part of the miles being traveled. Offer others the gifts that yesterday's miles gave to you. Giving is receiving, and when it comes to gifts…the more the merrier!
Carolyn Mather, R.N., PhD. lives and runs in north Georgia and is a member of the adidas elite team of the Atlanta Track Club Competitive Team. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Mary Marcia Brown is a Writer, Runner, Race Director, Certified Personal Trainer and Founder of Bib Stickers. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting www.bibstickers.com
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Masters Running Running for Health or Performance - or Both! Do you consider yourself an athlete? Or are you training, and maybe racing, mostly to stay fit? For some of us masters runners, including myself, this question may be hard to answer. I was definitely an athlete in my younger years, but today I like to think of myself as a hybrid, a little of each in other words. I still race, and prepare for my races by doing long runs and intervals, the proportion of each depending on the distance of my goal race. While racing I give my best, and I usually have my sights on placing in my age group. But I also teach fitness classes, take Zumba and yoga classes when I can, and work with weights to strengthen my legs and tone my upper body. During at least some of these workouts my primary purpose is NOT to improve race performance. Instead, it might be to encourage my students to get fit (teaching classes), to look good in a sleeveless shirt (upper body toning), to have fun (Zumba), or to relax (yoga). I used to think that the two parts of me, the athlete and the fitness enthusiast, blended very well together. But after attending a sports nutrition lecture during a recent fitness conference, I realized there is a significant difference between being an athlete and being a fitness exerciser. We need to both eat and train differently if we aspire to be athletes, compared to if we work out mainly to stay healthy, to lose weight, or to tone muscles. I am not going to get into the eating part in detail here, since Running Journal already has an expert nutritional columnist, Nancy Clark. She has the qualifications and credentials to give you detailed nutritional advice, while I do not. Instead I want to focus on what might define someone as an athlete (in this case, a competitive runner), versus a runner who primarily aspires to stay fit or lose weight. The main difference between athletes and fitness enthusiasts lie in what motivates us, i.e. why we train. And therefore also in how we train. Athletes train for performance. For runners, this could be to improve our personal best in the 5K, to qualify for the Boston Marathon, or to win our age group in the next race. We fine tune our training to reach these performance goals. It means doing very long runs (to get that Boston qualifier), or sessions where we concentrate on speedwork. Sometimes these sessions might replace general fitness training, such as going to the gym and lifting weights, especially if we have limited time to work out. Also, competitive runners tend to run every day, or almost every day, while fitness runners often run just a couple of days
By Lena Hollmann RRCA Southern Director
per week. With a more rigorous training schedule, it is also important for competitive runners to adhere to nutritional guidelines (which I will not go into in detail here), and to get enough rest between workouts so that muscle damage can be repaired. Fitness enthusiasts are motivated by different factors, and have different reasons why they exercise. It may be to lose weight, or to maintain their health and feel better. If you belong to this category you may have picked running as part of your exercise regimen, but you are likely to do other activities also, for example lifting weights, cycling or golf. Maybe you run a race every once in a while, but then mostly for health or social reasons, and not to improve your time or take home hardware. Some of you may know right away whether you are competitive or fitness runners. But if you feel like you are “on the fence,” ask yourself a few questions: First and foremost, what motivates you to run? Is it to be faster and get ahead of the competition, or is it to feel better, be among friends, and lose a few pounds? Second, how often do you run? Is it almost every day, or just a few times a week? In the latter case, are you doing other forms of exercise on the remaining days? And if you run on most days, does it feel like a major setback if you miss a run or two, and therefore won't log as many miles for the week? Finally, do you have specific running goals, or are your goals primarily weight loss or other health related parameters (such as lowering blood pressure)? If running is your primary exercise, if you run almost every day, and if your goals center around getting faster, then you are definitely an athlete, regardless of your age. Even if you are no longer able to place as high as you used to in the overall division at road races, you are still an athlete as long as your goals and training are performance oriented. All of us will find it increasingly difficult to place in the races as we get older. There may be fewer young people pursuing our sport today compared
to a few decades ago, but there will still be several young speedsters at most races! However when we no longer have the ability to take home an overall award or to run as fast as we used to, our focus on the competitive aspect of running will sometimes decrease as well. We may become tempted to replace some runs with other sports or activities that we were forced to put on the back burner during our prime running days. I definitely belong in this latter category. I was very competitive when I was younger and did not participate in other sports since that would take time away from my running. But then time started to take its toll and I was no longer able to run as fast or as much as I used to. I stayed competitive in the masters category for a few years, but after several years of hard and specific training I became ready to try new things. I started lifting weights more, added yoga, and eventually also Zumba! My focus shifted more towards fitness in general, and I even became a certified personal trainer and a group fitness instructor. But I also continued to stay dedicated to what was and still is my first love, running. So, can I still call myself an athlete? Or have I become a fitness enthusiast instead? I would like to think of myself as an athlete, since I still compete. Also, much of my training focus is on performance. I still run intervals (although on the road and not on the track), and I prepare myself for half marathons by doing long runs, lasting two
hours or more. But my training is not as rigorous as it once was, and as I mentioned above, I now participate in a couple of fitness activities in addition to running. Also, I am not as focused on the races as I once were, and (with the exception of one mile races!) not as nervous as I used to be either. Instead I go with the flow and am happy if I run well but not devastated if I don't. These days I show up at the races at least as much to see my running buddies and stay involved in the sport, as I do to run well and take home hardware. Maybe there isn't such a clear distinction between athletes (i.e. competitive runners) and fitness runners after all! Elite runners are definitely athletes of course, i.e. very performance oriented. And on the other side of the spectrum there are runners who go out just a couple of days a week to stay fit and healthy and never enter a race. Most of us masters and age group runners will probably fall somewhere in between. Some of us are more competitive than others, but we all fit in somewhere on the continuum between being purely performance oriented and purely fitness oriented. The lesson to be learned from the above is to know the reason why we run, and adjust our goals and training thereafter. This will reinforce our choices regarding when and how much we run. It will also help us cope with any sacrifices we may have made in order to fit running into our schedule. Above all, it will help us stay motivated, have fun, and enjoy the journey. And this is what running is all about! Lena Hollmann is a certified personal trainer with American Council on Exercise (ACE), and also the Southern Region Director for RRCA. She lives and runs in Cary, NC, and can be reached at email@example.com.
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Running Journal • December 2013
Running Through the Age Groups
the finish line and secure their medals. They have made lasting memories, and will no doubt be making more. I know I will. Happy Running!
Gotta Love That Bling! One of the most rewarding things I believe runners can experience in longer races these days is the special “bling” that so often awaits them when they finish. Usually this means you have to race a distance of a half marathon or longer, although I'm seeing special finishers' medals now being handed out in 15K's, the occasional 10K, and even one 5K I like to run in Myrtle Beach. I've seen all aspects of racing become more sophisticated over the past 30 years. Timing systems have progressed from the old fashioned popsicle stick method (which I sometimes miss), to the reusable timing chip that must be returned at the finish, to the ever popular and effective D-Tag and B-Tag type systems. T-shirts have progressed from old fashioned cotton, to long-sleeved cotton, and now to technical shirts. Race divisions have progressed from top three overall and top three in ten-year age groups, to five-year age groups, masters, grandmasters, youngest, oldest, middle of the pack and other categories. It didn't used to be the case that simply finishing a race would earn you a medal and the bragging rights associated with it. You had to place in the top three, either overall or in your age group. I recall back in my much faster days, I was virtually assured one of these awards at any given race. Now, that is not necessarily the case; I am not as fast as I once was, races are better attended and the depth of quality in running, especially -- it seems -- in the 40-44 age group, has increased exponentially. That makes runners like me, who have a hard time making the top three in some of the longer, larger races, really appreciate finisher medals. In fact, even the smallest examples of this bling far outclass the medals I used to receive. One of our local race directors recently sent out a survey to runners requesting their preference: Would we rather have a finisher medal or something “useful” at next year's half marathon? To me, it was a no-brainer: I would much rather have the medal, and that seemed to be the general consensus among runners responding to the survey. I prefer something that will be a lasting achievement, and that will years down the road serve up good memories of races past. Things like t-shirts, socks, gym bags and gift certificates
By Mary Margaret McEachern
either wear out, are lost, get spent or simply go away. Not so with finisher medals. They keep their lustre forever and are easy to display without taking up too much room. In fact, I still have the very first medal I ever won in a race - it was for a one-miler when I was only 11. Some of my favorites include from the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon which takes place in October of each year. I enjoy running the 5K race on Saturday and the half marathon race on Sunday. This nets two finisher medals and usually an age group award in the 5K. The finisher medals for the half are large, six-inch long surfboards. The race has a contest each year allowing the more artistic runners (I am certainly not one of them) to compete for the design of the finisher medals. First place designs the half marathon medal, second place gets the 5K medal. The ones this year were particularly gorgeous, and it is a neat way to get the runners involved in the races at a different level. I love the way some race directors have gotten creative with finisher medals. Many of them double as bottle openers (although I would never use them for fear of damaging them), and one in particular I thought was adorable consisted of a beer mug that doubled as a bottle opener … for an Oktoberfest race! Another consists of a beautiful rendition of the Battleship North Carolina with a moving tribute to fallen warriors on the back. Then there's the gigantic Divas Half Marathon finisher medal complete with pink ribbon. Then there's the one for the Key West Half Marathon in Florida. Probably my most cherished finisher medal, however, is one for which I didn't even run. It is the finisher medal earned by a cherished college friend and runnerbuddy when she ran her first and only marathon. She died tragically at a very young age not long after she ran the race.
Her aggrieved husband, in one of the most thoughtful gestures anyone has ever shown me, sent me her medal as a gift and eternal reminder. Every time I look at this medal, it brings back wonderful memories of my friend and the many runs and races we did together. I believe finisher medals have had the very positive effect of encouraging runners to train for, enter and finish races they might never have otherwise attempted. In this manner, they have helped races and the sport itself -- and the health benefits accompanying it -- grow. As I write this, I am only a week away from my first marathon in over fifteen years, the OBX Marathon in the beautiful North Carolina Outer Banks. I know this race won't be my fastest, and I'll be darned lucky to break four hours, but I am looking forward to the finisher medal featuring the historic Hatteras Lighthouse! Just knowing that medal is waiting will likely get me through that last punishing 10K. One of my favorite aspects of races these days is hanging around the finish line afterward and seeing the unmitigated joy in the faces of runners as they cross
Mary Margaret McEachern lives and runs in Wilmington, NC. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. She has a website at dillowlawyers.com
Mary Margaret displaying some finishing bling from half marathons and one for a marathon run by a dear friend.
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Learning from the Young Guns Running Posture and Foot Strike Should I be a mid foot striker? A forefoot striker? Should I have a forward lean? Why do I get passed on downhills? That's what I look like when I run?! So many questions with so many different answers. There is a lot of information out there on how you should run and it can be overwhelming to sort through with all the books, articles, and branded techniques in endless supply. Makes you want to forget about all of it and just cancel your internet service doesn't it? Take a deep breath and let's break down the basics of proper running form. I'm sure many of you can spot your running partners off in the distance just by their form. Everyone is put together a little differently, and everyone has a unique running style. And that's okay. In fact, it's perfectly natural, and understanding that is an important step to knowing how to improve your form while accepting yourself as a runner. I want to go over two key components to help you run more efficiently and give clarity to the complicated and contradictory subject of running mechanics. Let's start where the rubber meets the road with one of the hottest topics in the running community -- foot strike. What type of foot strike should I have is one of the most common questions I hear from people. Forget about that for a second and let's reframe the way we think about this issue. I'm not concerned with what part of your foot you contact the ground with. I'm concerned with where your foot contacts the ground as it relates to the rest of your body. This is the real question you need to ask yourself, and once we get that sorted out the foot strike issue becomes irrelevant. The two are certainly related, and to a degree they can be different methods of addressing the same problem, but I prefer to treat the problem rather than the symptom. If the problem is over striding then a symptom may be how your foot contacts the ground. You want your feet landing under your center of gravity; essentially your feet should land directly underneath your hips. It is possible to have a heel strike and still do this, so let's stay focused on the problem. If your feet are landing out in front of you, your body is in a braking motion until your hips move over the top of your foot. This
By Ryan Warrenburg, ZAP Fitness
is inefficient. It slows you down and increases the stress on your body. We want your hips to be over the top of your foot on contact. This will also increase your number of foot strikes per minute (you're looking for a total number close to 180), improving efficiency. Okay, so feet underneath the hips, got it. What if I'm running uphill or downhill? Interestingly enough, the terrain shouldn't affect the way your feet strike the ground. Hills will change the way you position your body, but not your feet. If you remember back to October I discussed hill training and mentioned how to use uphill running to improve your ability to run with your feet underneath your hips. It's very hard to over stride uphill, but it's very easy to over stride downhill. Even downhill you want to think about your feet striking the ground underneath your hips, and this will require a conscious effort as its
counter to most people's instincts. Doing so makes you a more efficient runner and reduces the high impact of downhill running, especially the quad beating downhills that can ruin a marathon. The key to effective downhill foot strike is your body position. You want to think about leaning with the hill so you are putting your body at a perpendicular angle to the ground. If you're leaning back and hammering on the breaks you're increasing the load on your lower back and slowing yourself down. If you need to slow down, take shorter steps, but avoid leaning back and over striding. Running uphill isn't much different. You want to focus on leaning into the hill from the ankles up making sure you are remaining upright in your torso. Remember, you're not leaning from the waist into the hill, but from the ankles. Leaning over at the waist will restrict the diaphragm and inhibit your ability to utilize the entire lung for respiration, the very thing that will be stressed the most running uphill. Increasing respiration while restricting the diaphragm is not a good combination, so be sure to stay tall up top. To understand proper running posture we need to address two things. The first is similar to hill running in that you want an upright torso, from your hips
through your spine and head. You want to keep your spine in a neutral position with minimal lower back curve. A key cue here is to think about keeping the spine as long as you can. This will keep you tall with your eyes up without over accentuating the curvature in the lower back. Secondly, to find your proper position try standing barefoot on the ground. You want to feel your weight evenly disbursed throughout the foot. If you feel more weight on your heels then drop your sternum forward a hair until you feel even disbursement throughout the foot. This is your proper running posture. These tips take practice and having someone video you will help to understand your foot placement and running posture. I know that thought is horrifying, but I promise you'll survive and be better for it. Focus on these two simple things and take a break from sifting through all the endless information on running technique. ZAP Fitness is a Reebok Sponsored non-profit 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 2time Olympic Trials Qualifier Zika Rea, 2007 USATF National Cross-Country 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.
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Running Journal • December 2013
For the Love of Running
The Full Story of a Half I write this column as a proud coach and proud member of my local running community. Lakeland runners have often asked for a half marathon in our fair city and their wishes were finally granted with the Red Ribbon Half Marathon on Nov. 9. The weather was great and the course was tough but the 733 finishers all seemed to really enjoy the event and having it on the streets of our hometown. The race was put on by Inneract Alliance, an organization that provides substance abuse prevention to a three-county region in Florida, as a fundraising event along with their annual Red Ribbon Run for elementary school students. There were a lot of logistical issues that had to be worked out to make the race even come about. “The most difficult part of planning the race was establishing a course that both the city and the police department would agree to,” said Race Director Marc Zimmerman. “Our first few courses were shot down because of certain roads that could not be shut down to traffic for that period of time.” Once the course was finally finalized, the next step was securing enough officers and volunteers for the many intersections and side streets along the course to ensure the safety of the runners. The community came together with volunteers from local churches, Florida Southern College and other local organizations to make sure the course was properly manned.
www.running.net would most likely come from a pack consisting of local runners Scott Mackley, Cole Bataille, Justin Perkins or Jesse Cookson. John Robida from Tampa came over for the race and threw his hat into the ring as well. Just as we all thought, these five runners went
Once the leaders turned onto the long flat section of Lakeland Highlands Road, it seemed Bataille's plan had worked and he and Mackley broke away from the others. They were both running very relaxed at the 8-mile point of the race, so much so that Mackley
By Bryan Graydon President, Lakeland Runners Club
Spectators on the course were spread out and clumped at certain viewing spots and were boisterous in their support of the runners. Many residents along the course sat in chairs on their driveways cheering on the runners, one still in her robe and bedroom slippers. The event was a huge success and feedback was almost overwhelmingly positive. “The only negative things we heard were about the hills on the course,” said Zimmerman. “Most everyone I spoke with loved the race and were thrilled Lakeland finally has a half marathon.” The Race Up Front I can no longer run, but I still get the same thrill from seeing the runners I coach meet or surpass their goals and this was a day filled with just such thrills. For full disclosure, I coach Scott Mackley and Cole Bataille and knew both we were ready for this race. We all knew going into the race that the winner
L to R. Cole Bataille (2nd overall), Eddie Nesmith (Masters winner) and Scott Mackley (overall winner).
to the front and the lead pack was formed. They ran together through the first mile in 5:51 before Bataille threw in a surge as they climbed the first hill of the race. As they got back to flat ground on Lake Hollingsworth, the pack reformed and continued together towards the rolling hills of Cleveland Heights Blvd. Cookson started to fall off from the group as they started to climb the hilly section with Bataille once again testing his competitors with another surge to the front. The front four strung out into a line this time until they reached a downhill section and reformed the pack.
took time to tell me a joke as I rode my bike along beside them. As the two leaders turned off the long straight stretch, Mackley began to put some distance between himself and Bataille. This is the part of a race where Mackley can turn off the pain receptors in his brain and gut it out when most people would want to slow down or stop. As Mackley pulled away, Bataille maintained his pace and continued to strengthen his hold on second place over Robida. The top three stayed in that order with Mackley, after only a month of solid training, winning in 1:17:16, Bataille finishing in 2nd in a new half marathon PR of 1:18:44 and Robida finishing strong in 3rd in 1:19:14. Another runner I coach, Eddie Nesmith, also had an outstanding race and finished 6th overall and won the Masters title in 1:23:55. Nesmith is a rock steady runner who can settle into a pace and click off mile after mile. He ran a smart race, not going out too hard and it paid off as he passed several runners in the late miles as the late hills took their toll. It was great to see this race on the streets of Lakeland, great to see the community support it and see my PR Runners do so well. Bryan Graydon is an RRCA Certified Running Coach and also president of the Lakeland Runners Club. He lives and runs in Lakeland, FL, and can be reached at email@example.com.
Running Journal • December 2013
Meb Keflezighi and the New York Marathon By Roy Stevenson
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Whenever the world’s elite marathoners toe the start line alongside popular U.S. runner Meb Keflezighi, they know they’re in for an honest race. In fact, the Skechers Performance sponsored Keflizighi brings new meaning to the word ‘consistent’, with a remarkably homogenous series of marathon times. Consider Meb’s seasons best times since he took up the 26-miler in 2002: 2:12:35 (2002); 2:10:03 (2003); 2:09:53 (2004); 2:09:56 (2005); 2:09:56 (2006); 2:15:09 (2007); 2:09:29 (2009); 2:09:15 (2010); 2:09:13 (2011); 2:09:08 (2012). There are Kenyans who’d give up their racing flats for this staggering string of times! Some distance runners are known for their fast times and their inability to win or place in the “big show”, but Meb proves you can do both and do them well. His performances—starting with Athens Olympic Silver and NYC runner-up in 2004— and followed by none-too-shabby 3rd (NYC, 2005); 3rd (Boston, 2006); 1st (NYC & US Champs, 2009); 5th (Boston, 2010) and 6th (NYC, 2010); 6th (NYC, (2011); 1st (Olympic Trials, 2012) and 4th (London Olympic Games, 2012) indicate that Meb is always a force to be reckoned with. Not bad performances for one of a family of eleven children, who emigrated to the USA from Eritrea to escape war and pursue an education. Now living in San Diego, California, Meb has returned to his hometown but still plans on going back to Mammoth, California for altitude training. Meb continues to cruise through workouts that would cripple most young runners and looks to continue to "Run To Win" to his last race....whenever that may be. Skechers Performance Division signed another endorsement contract in 2012 with Meb. Relatively new to the running shoe market, Skechers Performance is pri-
marily known for their innovative and unusual curved sole that encourages mid-foot strike, versus the standard heel strike. Meb’s NYC victory in 2009 made him the first American to win in 27 years (he was sworn in as a US Citizen in 1998) and now that he has a taste for winning the NYC marathon, he’s eager to repeat his victory. With 2012 Olympic Champion and 2013 World Champion, Ugandan Stephen Kiprotich, committed to running this year’s NYC Marathon, plus super-stars like Boston and NYC record holder Geoffrey Mutai, Chicago runner-up Wesley Korir, and American Ryan Hall, Meb’s going to have to work hard to outpace these guys. But Meb’s solid 4th in last year’s London Olympic marathon indicates he’s still a player. One consistent rule about marathons is that anything can go wrong at any time, even to the favorites. How many times have we seen the pre-race favorite leading by minutes, only to come unglued in the final 1-2 miles, and pull up lame, or be remorselessly passed by a stream of others? If someone is having a bad day, Meb’ll be there, shadowing, watching, and waiting to pounce, with his usual finesse. Meb’s unerring consistency is why he’s still a contender for placing at this years NYC event, and if he pulls out that “big one” that lurks deep inside every marathoner—and all of his spark plugs are firing—he has as much chance of winning as any of the top five seeds. In the last two years, Meb has trained for 6 of the worlds most competitive marathons, when most runners of his caliber average 2 per year. If these miles have not set Meb back, we should expect similar results from Meb in this year's NYC Marathon.
Running Journal • December 2013
The Athlete’s Kitchen Getting Older, Day by Day Like it or not, every one of us is getting older, day by day. As a runner, you might wonder how aging impacts performance -and what you can do to retain youthful fitness. The following information is gathered from a workshop (www.sportsnutritionworkshop.com) presented by Dr. William Evans, an exercise physiologist and expert on aging, muscles, and protein. The following information can help you chart a healthy course into your future. • The average person loses about one percent of their fitness per year. Aerobic capacity goes down, particularly after age 60. Staying active helps maintain a slighter higher ability to uptake oxygen than a non-athlete, but the rate of loss is the same. • Muscle is an active tissue (as compared to body fat). The more muscle you have, the more calories you can eat without getting fat. Yet, muscle loss creates a subtle change in metabolism that can contribute to weight gain with aging. • We lose muscle as we age, starting as young as age 20, with a steady decline year after year. To treat this age-related loss of muscle, you need to lift weights or do other forms of resistance exercise. Yet, even strong athletes still lose some muscle with aging. • With aging, the average person loses more fast-twitch muscle fibers (used in sprinting) than slow-twitch fibers (used for endurance). This loss starts early in life and explains why elite sprinters peak in the early 20s. In comparison, elite distance runners maintain their slow-twitch muscle fibers until age 40ish. But even top athletes notice they slow down after age 40, at which time the nerves that connect to muscles start to die off, resulting in a loss of both slow- and fast-twitch fibers. Athletes can lose about 20 percent of their muscle fibers between ages 40 and 70. • With age, we not only lose muscle but also tend to gain fat. It's easy to eat more even though we need less. The cause of weight gain is not due to a “slow metabolism.” Metabolic rate remains constant, but daily activity easily declines. A study with obese people suggests they sat three hours more per day than their lean peers; this saved them about 350 calories a day. • Body fat secretes adipokines (hormones) that have negative effects on mus-
By Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D.
cle strength and contributes to increased inflammation, particularly after ages 60 to 70. Inflammation leads to heart disease and diabetes. Hence, fatness can be a powerful predictor of disability in people ages 50 to 75. Stay lean! • When young people gain weight, about one-third of the weight gained is lean muscle. When older people, in particular older women, gain weight, it's all fat. When older people lose weight (due to illness or a low-calorie diet), half of the weight lost is muscle. Hence, yoyo dieters who gain fat and lose muscle are on a downward spiral. Being fat but fit is preferable to going on and off diets. • Muscle loss is the key reason why older people become frail and end up in nursing homes. When they stop exercising, they experience a steep drop in strength. The good news is they can do something about frailty: lift weights! In only12 weeks, 60- to 70-year-old men regained the fitness they had lost over 15 years. • To maintain (but not gain) strength, a person can lift weights just one day a week. Lifting weights does not stress the heart nor increase blood pressure. Aerobic exercise actually causes a greater increase in blood pressure because it uses more muscles and more oxygen, which means the heart has to pump more blood than with strength training. • Even 90-year-olds in a nursing home can triple their strength in 10 weeks. That means they can walk faster, get to the toilet by themselves, be less depressed, and stay in the independent living part of elder-care housing. Tell your parents and grandparents to start a weight lifting program so they can stay out of the nursing home! • How much weight should people lift to build muscle? Three sets; the first two sets should have 8 reps; the final set is to
exhaustion. If you can lift a weight 12 times in the final set, you need to lift heavier weights the next time. Because muscle damage stimulates muscles growth, you want to spend more time lowering the weight than lifting it. • Most strength gains occur in the first three months of starting a lifting program, due to early neuro-muscular changes. The nervous system learns how to recruit muscles more efficiently and this stimulates more muscle cells. o Strength training helps prevent bone loss. In a year-long study with postmenopausal women, all of the women who lifted weights improved their bone health. Those who did not lift weights lost ~2% bone density in one year. Exercise is better than osteoporosis drugs -- plus, you'll get stronger! • By lifting weights and building muscle, older people should be able to eat more calories (which boosts their intake of health-promoting protein, vitamins, minerals). Yet, adding exercise does not always entitle a person to eat more calories. In a study with 62-year-old people who walked briskly for one hour a day (five days/week) for three months, their daily energy expenditure remained stable - despite the brisk walking. How could that be? They became more sedentary the rest of the day; they napped more and slept longer. They compensated for having exercised… • About 25- to 33-percent of people older than 65 years are eating too little protein. This results in loss of muscle and bone -- and leads to expensive medical problems. The goal is to eat at least 0.55 grams of protein per pound of body weight each day to maintain and build muscle. For a 140-pound person, this equates to about 75 grams of protein, or 25 grams per meal (for example, Breakfast: 3 eggs; Lunch: 1 can tuna; Dinner: 4 oz. chicken). The Bottom Line: Stay young by staying active and by lifting weights or doing some type of resistance exercise to strengthen both muscles and bones. And remember the words of gerontologist Water Bortz: “No one really lives long enough to die of old age. We die from accidents and most of all, from disuse.” Use it or lose it! Nancy Clark, MS, RD CSSD (Board Certified Specialist in Sport Dietetics) counsels active people in her private practice in Newton, MA (617-795-1875). For more information, call for appointment or read the new 5th edition of her Sports Nutrition Guidebook (or her food guides for marathoners and cyclists). They are available at www.nancyclarkrd.com. Also see www.sportsnutritionworkshop.com for online CEUs
Running Journal • December 2013
This Running Life
Volunteers: Marathon Dream Team I remember a dark morning and pouring rain in chilly November, when I hauled myself out of my warm, dry, comfortable bed and headed off to volunteer at the City of Oaks Marathon in Raleigh. For more than eight hours, I worked in an aid station for thousands of freezing, waterlogged runners as they sloshed down the street. It was miserable -- the kind of extreme weather that serves as a bookmark for other races when you are obsessing over running conditions. Anyone who ran in that race or volunteered knows exactly what I am talking about. But days like that are the very ones that make you feel good about volunteering for races, no matter how cold, wet and miserable you are. In my own cold morning races and hot afternoon outings, I have never failed to get an energy infusion from armies of smiling volunteers at water stops, aid stations and the finish line. I know how important volunteers are for the success of any event. They are the unsung heroes, the worker bees, and the cheerleaders. Fortunately, the weather has been great for subsequent City of Oaks Marathons. The 2013 edition could not have been more perfect for the nearly 5,000 runners who sprinted, jogged, galloped, walked, and limped across a finish line under a gorgeous, cloudless blue sky in Raleigh. While the running numbers were impressive for this traditionally small race, the volume of volunteers, at 750, was record-breaking. Race director Ron Wahula could not have been more pleased. “The work of the volunteers is my biggest reward,” he said, three days after the race. Wahula approaches his race with a zest for customer service. “My goal is for every touch point in the race to be a positive one,” he said. From the pre-race expo to the starting horn, throughout the entire race until the final runner has labored across the finish line, Wahula obsesses over every detail. His post-race party included everything he could think of to make it memorable: a live band, a beer garden, and food galore, including pizza, doughnuts, bread, fruit and warm chicken soup. There is at least one race on virtually every weekend in Greater Raleigh, starting with resolution runs on Jan. 1 and ending with midnight runs on December 31. The racing community loves to give back, for they know how it feels to be on the receiving end of a cool drink of water on a hot day, or a Mylar blanket after a chilly
By Teri Saylor
finish. Race volunteers staff expos, hand out running bibs and tee shirts. They stay up all night setting up the water stops, starting line, finish line, traffic cones, post-race parties, and announcer's stand.
struggling. They stick around until the very last participant crosses the finish line, even if it is long after the race officially ends. Days later, Wahula was planning to publish an ad in the local newspaper that listed every single volunteer. “For some of these young kids, this will be the first time they've ever had their name in the newspaper,” Wahula said. Wahula's goal is to develop the gold standard for volunteer management. In the old days, volunteers were recruited through email and organized on a spreadsheet. Today, technology has streamlined the process, from sign-up to race-day. Volunteers can use the same sign-up system as the runners. Volunteers came from
Finish line fairies Debra Pasquale (left) and Cara Greening dressed up to greet finishers and present medals at the City of Oaks Marathon and Half Marathon on November 3 in Raleigh.
Tammy Stewart, hauling pizza, makes sure hungry runners are fed during the City of Oaks Marathon finish line party.
“It is all about timing, timing, timing.” Carolyn Quarterman has spent the last three years helping recruit volunteers for races supported by the North Carolina Roadrunners Club. “Some people are always willing hand happy to help,” she said. And high school kids are plentiful and eager. “It's easy to recruit volunteers when you're recruiting from high schools, but volunteers have to be 21 to work as course monitors, so there's always some last minute urgency finding course monitors,” she said. Quarterman also organizes a “Put Hunger on the Run” fundraiser for the local food bank on behalf of the Raleigh Galloway running group. She's in her eighth year and it doesn't get any easier. “We have reached our goal every year, but asking people to give money is even harder than finding volunteers to work as course monitors,” she said. In the final hours of the final day of fundraising, she was less than $100 from reaching the $2,620 goal (the amount is based on marathon miles). We give and we volunteer for many reasons. We volunteer because it is fun. We volunteer so we can be part of the excitement. We volunteer to show off our towns. And we volunteer because we know how much we appreciate a cup of cool water and an encouraging word when we are laboring toward the finish line. For Wahula, it goes deeper than that. “For one thing, volunteers make my job easier,” he says. “And there is also a possibility they'll come back next year and run the race. One of our volunteers last year enjoyed it so much, he came back this year and ran the 10K. Next year he's planning to run the half marathon.” And that's a race director's dream.
They mix up sports drinks, hand out local community colleges, high schools, water for hours, and clean discarded cups and the community at large. There were 10 off the streets. Volunteer course monitors water stops staffed with plenty of volunteers and stand in the 100 course For story and results of the City of Oaks middle of monitors. the roadMarathon and companion half marathon Volunteers w a y s , and 10K, please go to our website at received directing goodie bags http://Running.Net runners and tee and drivers. They monitor the beer tents and hand shirts. Wahula's biggest challenge was out medals and water at the finish line. logistics: getting the right materials to the Teri Saylor writes, runs, and volunteers in They cheer for the winners; prop up the right place at the right time. “This was a Raleigh, N.C. Contact her at injured; and encourage those who are giant organizational challenge,” he said. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Running Through the Bluegrass Monumental Marathon a â€œMust Doâ€? Like many marathoners, I like to vary which races I run, using them as an excuse for a mini-vacation twice a year. This year I went up to Indianapolis, Indiana for the sixth-annual Monumental Marathon. This fairly new race had about 13,000 people in the full and half this year and it is a not-for-profit race benefiting Indianapolis Public Schools. Many of the participants are, in fact, teachers and staff. Being a public school employee myself, I was inspired by that. Plus, I'm always happier to pay an entry fee that goes to a good cause. First, major kudos to the race organizers for a seamless registration and expo process. The expo was in the massive Indiana Convention Center, but there was ample signage to get us in the right place. Packet pickup was quick and easy, although I personally hate having to walk through the expo first -- but I guess that's the point! The shirts this year were a nice technical fabric, gender-specific cut, although a little busy for my taste. Lots of screen printing makes the shirt stiff and often itchy, so I don't see this one being worn often. (Besides the badge of honor they represent, there's a reason people wear their Boston shirts so often: they fit well and they're comfortable.) We stayed in a La Quinta Inn about a mile from the race start - a perfect distance for warming up for the race. Hotel staffers were incredibly helpful, providing a map with restaurants and a $5 per ride taxi to anywhere downtown. We walked a few blocks to Lorenzo's Ristorante for dinner, a small Italian joint that was predictably full of runners. The arrabiata and ravioli were both good choices. Race morning was easy with an 8 a.m. start and didn't leave the hotel until about 7:30. Dropped my bag at bag check which, unfortunately, was on the other side of the main bank of port-o-johns. This would be my only issue with the starting line area. There could've been port-o-johns along the way where people were coming from their hotels instead of sandwiching them altogether. And, weaving through the toilet lines to get to bag check was a bit of a pain. Bag check, though, was impressively organized. Each bag was hung up in order and workers were friendly and quick. Volunteers with huge signs saying â€œASK MEâ€? made things easy, and I was in position in the corral with no problems. Race weather was as close to perfect as
By Tracy Harris
you can get. All week there had been threats of rain, heavy winds and/or cold temperatures. Instead, we got a low of 38, high around 50, winds from the west at 7 mph. Since it's a north-south course, we had a light crosswind for most of the race. The first few miles of the course were tough -- a lot of tight 90-degree turns with everyone still packed in together. If the race directors could find ways to straighten that out a bit, it would alleviate a lot of early congestion. I skipped the first three water stops because it was too complicated to turn the corner, get around all the runners and get a drink. Just before mile 3, you go past the Soldiers' And Sailors' Monument in downtown Indianapolis, built in 1888 and just 21 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty. It sits in the middle of a circle, and the spectators flanking the sides and up on the monument steps make you feel like you're in a much bigger race. The half-marathon splits off pretty early - just past the 7 mile mark -- and the marathoners stay along the river heading north until about the halfway marker. The Butler University campus and students are a nice distraction around mile 17, followed by a park and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. At 21, we turned east, picking up a slight tailwind for two miles -- no complaints! Just past mile 23, the half and full marathons meet back up. In some races, this becomes a disaster, but the IMM organizers had cones to keep half marathoners in one lane and full marathoners in the other. It did get tight at times -- you could only run two or three across in each lane, so passing other runners was a squeeze. Spectators were ample and loud in the last couple of miles, although there was a 90-degree turn to get to the finish. Again, a tight squeeze, and you couldn't really see the finish until you were practically on top of it. At the finish, they gave out traditional medals (pretty cool, there's a spinning piece
in the middle) and heat sheets, along with toboggans -- knit hats, or whatever people call them in other places. That hat went directly on my head, since the finish was in the shade and 50 degrees isn't quite warm enough to be that sweaty. Finish line food was pretty typical, although they did have chocolate milk and another treat I thought was ideal -- bagel bites. Essentially, they were bagel holes, the perfect size. Picking up my gear check bag was easy; the walk back to the hotel involved a brief stop to sit and put on warm clothes. Race results were posted immediately, too. Indy has a great downtown, so for lunch we walked to the RAM Restaurant and Brewery for burgers and beers. Again, a restaurant full of runners. We're creatures of habit, I suppose. The beer was delicious we had some pumpkin ales and doubleIPAs. That evening we caught a Pacers game -a lot of fun, but try to avoid seats in the balcony section. Getting up and down those stairs wasn't the highlight of my day. Adobo
Grill was a fun dinner place, and we wrapped up the evening with a trip to the historical St. Elmo's Steakhouse. The restaurant opened in 1902 and remains in its current location. The restaurant is famous for its shrimp cocktail and also has a prohibition-era themed lounge upstairs. I believe a good race is evidenced by the attention to detail, and this race shines. They offered pace groups starting at the 3hour mark, and even had them for elites trying to crack Olympic Trials times. (The oldest and youngest women's Olympic Trials marathon qualifiers were run there that day by Colleen DeReuck (age 49) and Alana Hadley (age 16).) Instructions were provided for spectators who wanted to bike or drive to see multiple race locations. And, post-race showers were available at a nearby YMCA. All told, this is definitely a race I'd do again. It's a little later in the year - Nov. 1 next year - and Indy is a cool city. The race organizers have definitely made this one a must-do. Tracy Harris is a runner and writer in Louisville, KY. She keeps coming back to the marathon, although some days she's not sure why. A proud member of the Derby City Athletic Club, she races under the DCAC banner and helps train its national title-winning youth cross-country team.
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Running Journal • December 2013
Natural State of Running
Ultras, 10K, high school cross country highlights Arkansas Traveller 100
By Nicholas Norfolk
Brock Hime won the Arkansas Traveller 100. He's shown with Christy Ferguson, race director.
On October 4-5, the Arkansas RRCA Ultra State Championship took place in the Ouachita National Forest. It featured a duel between Brock Hime and N. Wesley Hunt. Runners experienced changes in conditions that made the already difficult 100-mile race more challenging. The race started out with it being relatively hot and humid, especially for October. Then, the rain came and brought a serious drop in temperature. Of the 120 who started, 77 finished. Brock Hime's persistence and resilience paid off when he came away winning his first attempt at a 100-miler. He had previously won the Bartlett Park Ultras 50K in September and was poised to prove the naysayers wrong who questioned his inexperience. In the end, youth and first-time finishers ruled the top three spots. Hime (18:05:34), Hunt (18:06:42), and Chas Kabanuck (20:18:41) are all 30 and under. Oklahoman Shelley Egili (22:37:59) was the first female followed by Tammy Walther (23:55:00) and last year's winner Sarah Miller (25:02). Although Shelley has done many ultras, this was also her first 100-mile finish. The Arkansas Traveller 100 is directed by Chrissy Ferguson and she is dedicated to putting on a great race. If the government shutdown couldn't stop her, I'm pretty sure nothing will be able to prevent her pursuit of making it a race to always remember. I t's no wonder people return. In the 22 years of the race, there have been numerous who have finished five or more and nearly 20 have completed at least ten. Brian Kuhn finished his tenth in a row while 71-year-old Ian Maddieson finished his seventh to go along with his fifteen Western State finishes. Gearhead Endurance Challenge On the same weekend as the Arkansas Traveller 100, another ultra event was happening in northeastern Arkansas. It was a twist on what's typical for a timed ultra. Runners would run the 2.5 mile loop at Craighead Forest Park every 30 minutes. If someone fin-
race. This year was no different. It should be referred to as a PR fest because year after year many finish with their best times. With over 1,700 participants, it's easily the largest race in Conway. People come from all over the country to experience what one of the best half marathons in the region. The community rallies behind this race. Many supporters and spectators show up to cheer on participants. This is a great race for someone wanting to complete a first half marathon because of the atmosphere that surrounds it. For starters the beneficiary, Soaring Wings Ranch, is a phenomenal cause to support. If I had to describe Soaring Wings Half Marathon in one word, it would be quality. Each participant gets a quality experience from start to finish. The legacy Dustin and Rachel Speer created for the race continues to live on through the current race director, Marla Watson. It's a nice way to spend the end of October. Mark Ferguson (1:16:36) and Leah Thorvilson (1:18:50) were male and female overall winners. Breakaway 10K
Amanda and Ted Herget, organizers of the Gearhead Endurance Challenge.
ished before, they could relax. If they didn't make the cut-off, they'd wait until the start of the next loop. The overcast day would be good for participants, but the rain eventually had an effect and halted the race for an hour. After the hour was up, the runners started another loop, as if nothing happened. The first-time event had over 100 participants completing multiple distances. Jason Barker, Jeffery Foes, Ted Herget, and Cory McDaniel were the fantastic four who finished 60 miles. Sarah Gamble was the female winner running 42.5 miles. The Gearhead Endurance Challenge was the culmination of a 90-day training program, Project 90. There was no pressure to do any specified distance. The goal was whatever each person individually decided. No DNFs were possible. The organizers, Amanda and Ted Herget, look to make next year's event better. The format was something many hadn't seen and having vendors at the end of each loop gave the participants and spectators something to occupy themselves with during downtime or rest time. Soaring Wings Half Marathon I'm not sure how the race organizers manage to always have the perfect weather for this
(50:08) were the top three female finishers. High School Cross Country State Meet Often forgotten in running circles, is what the next generation is doing. They are training just as hard to make their dreams and goals come true. In the fall, there is cross country, which some of the same standouts can be seen in the spring during track season. The Cross Country State Meet was in a familiar place, Oaklawn Park. This was not a horse race although runners ran with thoroughbred speed and agility. I saw a dozen races, but the race that would have had you on the edge of your seat, had you been sitting down, was in 7A. It was the fastest and closest race all day. Defending State Champion, Jacob Shiohira, representing Bentonville High School, faced off against Brendan Taylor of Little Rock Catholic High School. The cool temperature and the overcast were in everyone's favor. The 5K race started out like every other race that day. The initial sprint to gain position left Shiohira and Taylor leading the pack, which would remain unchanged until the end. Each tested the other with surges throughout the race, but neither made a big move until Taylor unleashed a kick that Shiohira couldn't recover from. It reminded me of stories I've heard and read about when Roger Bannister outkicked John Landy in Vancouver to win the Miracle Mile. As Taylor sprinted to the finish and into the record books, spectators knew they had witnessed something momentous. Both Taylor (15:14.7) and Shiohira (15:18.0) broke Aaron Hamilton's 2007 course record of 15:30.1. A year ago Taylor clocked a 16:18.6 at the same meet. I look forward to seeing what's in the future for these two who pushed each other to the next level and an outstanding finish.
Jana Miller was female winner of the Breakaway 10K in Arkansas.
When a new race happens in Arkansas, more likely than not, it's a 5K. The next most popular distance would be half marathon, which is on par with the rest of the country. But many runners are looking for something in between either as a natural progression or for training purposes. Brian Jones, race director for the Breakaway 10K, saw the need as well. The race was held on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Harding Academy in Searcy. It was the last race in the Searcy Legacy Series. The series began this fall with the Wildcat Road Mile in August, followed by the Micah Rine 5K in October. The winner of the series was determined by those who completed all three races. Jordan Woodson (38:13), Samuel Elander (38:26), and Nathan Hall (42:40) were the top three male finishers. Jana Miller (46:15), Kathryn Riley (47:51), and Rebekah Brock
Brendan Taylor (left) and Jacob Shiohira race to the cross country finish line.
Nicholas Norfolk is president of the Little Rock Roadrunners Club. He frequently travels to races as a “running ambassador.” You can reach him at email@example.com.
Running Journal • December 2013
Running Psychology Restructuring Our Thoughts Often in our running lives we encounter challenging or disappointing events. A difficult training run, an injury, periods of low motivation, or a poor race performance all present challenges we must meet, and in some cases, lead us to feelings of disappointment when the challenges are not met to our preconceived standards. But is it really the actual event that leads to disappointment, or is it how we interpret the event? The famous psychologist Albert Ellis felt it's not the event, or as he called it, stimulus, that causes us emotional problems, it's the interpretation of the event that leads to a mental or emotional reaction. Ellis felt that each day it's not really the threats or danger of an event that gets us all nervous and full of anxiety, it's our perception about the event that leads to ineffective emotional responses. For example, spiders terrify some people. Are spiders really that dangerous? A very, very few people are harmed in any way by spiders. It's far more dangerous to be riding in an automobile than being near a spider, so where then does the fear of spiders come from? The fear comes from the things the arachnophobic believes about spiders, not what spiders really do to them. Many times our negative responses in running are not really due to our running, they're due to our belief system. So to change our negative reactions we need to change what we believe. Is it really the end of the world when you don't run well? No. Have you let down all of mankind when you have a poor race? No. If you miss one workout does it mean you're totally lazy? No. All of us sometimes make running into the most important thing on the earth, but is it rational to think that way? Probably not. Sure, running is important to all of us, but should running really cause us to feel sick with anxiety before a race, like a worthless human after a race, or to act like a tyrant around the house when running isn't going the way we would
By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.
like? Probably not. Hey, this running stuff is supposed to be fun, remember. We can enjoy our running more and probably run much better if we're not as hard on ourselves and are a little more rational in our thinking. What we really need to do is practice what is called cognitive restructuring, or in other words, change our belief system so we are more rational. Irrational thoughts serve to trigger emotional difficulties that often lead to lower performance and less fun. Probably the easiest way to restructure our thinking is to become aware of our self-talk. We all carry on inner dialogues with ourselves. This self-talk is usually positive or negative and can serve to increase confidence and satisfaction or drain confidence and lead to anxiety and emotional distress. Any negative thought that causes us to interpret something as a threat to our ego can trigger anxiety and emotional upheaval. For example, you're at a race and you begin to question your training for the event. You may say to yourself, “I hope I've done enough long runs, because if I haven't there is no way I'm going to be able tp keep up with Joe.” Such self-talk does nothing but sap confidence and cause anxiety. Too many of us use negative self-talk much of the time, yet are never really aware that we're doing it. Try to become tuned in to your self-talk and work to recognize situations when you often use negative self-talk. Before we can change
negative self-talk, we must become aware of it. Once we become aware of any negative and irrational self-statements, we should begin to work on replacing them with selfstatements that are positive and realistic. All self-talk should be directed at improving your self confidence and maintaining an optimal level of anxiety. So if some self-talk like, “I feel so nervous that I just wish this race would be done so I can go home,” creeps into consciousness, dispute and replace it. Say “STOP” to yourself and substitute a more positive self-statement like, “being nervous means I'm ready to run, so once the race gets started I'll feel really great.” Putting ourselves down with negative selfstatements like, “I just can't run hills, so why bother going to that race on that hilly course” or “a marathon is just too far and there is no way I could ever finish one,” serve only to decrease confidence and can actually keep us from trying new things. All of us could probably use a bit of countering negative self-talk from time to time. Maybe we should have some self-statements like, “I'm not really my best on hills and I don't like that, so I'm going to train more on hills and get better” or “A lot of people finish marathons, so I'm going to set some short term goals to increase my mileage over the next year and I'm going to finish a marathon myself.” We should never let our thinking become our adversary. Our thinking patterns
need to help us be positive, help us overcome difficult situations, and motivate us to be our best. Our self-talk really needs to bring our thinking back to the present moment so that we don't worry so much about the future or get caught up in reliving the past. Instead of seeing problems in every situation, see the possibilities when problems do occur. Out of every running challenge comes an opportunity for running success. We all need to ask ourselves the following questions as we work to improve our thinking and self-talk. Are our thoughts helpful or are they irrational and self-destructive? Do our thoughts help us reach our goals as runners? Do our thoughts increase emotional conflicts within ourselves or do our thoughts help us to feel good and feel the way we want to feel? Changing the way we view our running life can help us to reduce self-imposed pressure and be more adaptable when our training and racing doesn't go quite as planed. The more rational, flexible, and adaptable our thinking is the greater the likelihood is that our running performance will be better and we can grow as runners, and people as well! 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
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Male, 10K: Overall – Adam McPherson 39:24, Jacob Markris 39:53, Jeremy Conner 40:57. Masters – Markris 39:53. Grandmasters – Rick Frederick 50:48. Senior Grandmasters – Paul Baswell 44:44. 19-under – Jack Morris 52:02, Chaney Douglas 1:01:07. 20-29 – Conner 40:57, Andrew Butler 42:03, Micahel De Legge 44:37. 30-39 – McPherson 39:24, William Hurd 41:24, Brian Hutto 42:04. 40-49 – Bruce Barillas 41:48, Lane Gilbert 43:47, David Neaves 44:47. 50-59 – Alan Blackwell 51:46, Mike McCammon 54:05, Randy Fowler 55:36. 60-69 – Phil Eason 46:39, David Enbody 47:41, Larry Harper 56:41. 70-79 – Lee Echols 1:08:32, Bill Masterson 1:11:20. Female, 10K: Overall – Rebecca Bell 41:41, Kelly Koch 44:03, Karla MacGregor 47:58. Masters – Kelly Cleere 49:14. Grandmasters – Suzanne Terhune 54:49. Senior Grandmasters – June Stinson 55:26. 19-under – Margaret Lloy 52:04, Stephanie Bishop 1:09:22. 20-29 – Molly Miller 51:33, Jenny Kistner 53:35, Remato De Oli Veira 53:42. 30-39 – Koch 44:03, MacGregor 47:58, Angela Harmison 48:53. 40-49 – Michelle Chesteen 52:19, Chrissy Derrer 53:09, Denise Mayberry 57:03. 50-59 – Ellie Ellis 56:16, Meliss Foster 58:50, Lisa Rennegarbe 59:53. 60-69 – Carmon Booth 1:28:17. Male, 5K: Overall – Matt Palamara 21:32. Masters – Jason Lovvorrn 24:36. Grandmasters – Victor Ruiz 22:33. Senior Grandmasters – Gary Cleveland 24:50. 10-under – Hudson Blackmon 26:40, Cody Hall 26:42, Will Jennigs 29:29. 11-14 – Hampton Smith 21:46 Bryce Fuhrmann 22:49, Matthew Owens 24:45. 15-19 – Koda King 24:03, Adam Thompson 25:25, Mick Manum 26:38. 20-24 – Landon McWhirter 29:04, Jay Meitzler 31:19, Jonathan Hackelton 33:43. 25-29 – John Jett 22:46, Joseph Haynie 28:01. 30-34 – Keith Kramer 21:41, Randy Thompson 26:40, Nicholas Goldman 28:55. 35-39 – Matthew Pugh 22:49, Aaron Spann 24:23, Jimmy Criddle 24:57. 40-44 – Kelly Christopher 25:43, Jeffrey Paiz 26:43, Arthur Robertson 27:57. 45-49 – Rich Gatlin 25:38, Robbie Blackmon 25:52, Brett Pinero 25:57. 50-54 – Jackie Sims 25:02, Randy Lake 25:17, Roger Baird 25:18. 55-59 – Jim Barton 25:02, Phillip Young 25:51, Steve Griffin 26:56. 60-64 – Douglas Wood 28:36, Ronnie Higgins 31:19, Michael McGuckin 32:43. 6569 – Bob Teutsch 25:13, Donald Arceneaux 25:26, Barry Langley 27:07. 70-74 – Joey Gwyer 32:10, John Swicegood 43:00, Jim Hall 45:02. Female, 5K: Overall – Marcie Grisson 24:10. Masters – Terri Morris 27:03. Grandmasters – Cindy Lovelace 27:04. Senior Grandmasters – Sandra Wollangk 30:49. 10-under – Camryn Martin 32:29, Ellie Rockwell 36:52, Robyn Blackmon 40:08. 11-14 – Peighton Langston 24:18, Bailey Fuhrmann 24:39, Maggie Dowdy 25:57. 15-19 – Chera Pledger 25:40, Logan Hess 25:47, Sarah Methvin 27:24. 2024 – Jessica Reeves 27:37, Lindsey McWhirter 29:46, Lydia East 31:13. 25-29 – Nicole Griffin 25:23 Shelby St John 26:39, Julie Burnett-Armstrong 26:39. 30-34 – Kimberly Kelpe 26:31, Brook Davidson 27:02, Tracy Albrecht 29:47. 35-39 – Emilie Wetick 25:37, Danielle Doll 26:25, Elizabeth Doll 26:25. 40-44 – Jamel Robertson 27:58, April Chrissik 28:14, Lori Cox 28:19. 45-49 – Donna Monell 29:28, Ilse Holderby 29:49, Debbie Drake-Davis 32:18. 50-54 – Tricia Duncan 28:40, Barbara Low 30:48, Debi Nichols 31:16. 5559 – Kathy Terrell 29:45, Jean Keith 31:20, Susan Fechner 31:20. 60-64 – Kamie Hudson 34:07, Ann Dalgo 34:24, Lucille Willis 34:41. 65-69 – Gail Alsbrooks 42:44. 70-74 – Mary Anne Hall 45:03, Martha Reed 56:53, Marva Anderson 56:54.
The Sandi McCool Champions of Hope 10K/5K Dothan, AL – 10/19 Male, 10K: Overall – Adam Garrison 42:11. Masters – Mike Houston 44:46. Grandmasters – Bruce Peterman 49:27. 14-under – Michael Elliott 55:44. 15-19 – Jackson Dixon
46:59, Josh Stevens 48:21, Milan Branch 1:03:46. 20-24 – Tyler Stanley 45:57, Daniel Hershman 46:31. 25-29 – Matthew McClellan 47:28, John Graham 49:24, Martin Reyes 54:51. 30-34 – Thomas Rainer 44:58, Stewart Mitchell 45:07, Gregory Weishaar 46:05. 35-39 – Jon Dix 46:55, Jeremy Geiger 49:04, Jeff Elliott 55:43. 40-44 – Robb Cleveland 44:56, Johnnie Burnett 46:41, Chris Hargett 50:37. 45-49 – James Cantrell 45:15, Jeffrey Whitehurst 48:40, John McClung 50:16. 50-54 – Randy Jordan 50:58, Edward Gassman 52:46, Timothy Knudsen 58:42. 70-over – Carl Griffler 1:04:36. Female, 10K: Overall – Lisa Jo Williams 42:41. Masters – Nina Korges 51:54. Grandmasters – Nancy Hein 54:49. 14-under - Emma Grace Elliott 55:44, Amanda Gothard 1:12:55. 15-19 – Elizabeth Dixon 1:19:57. 20-24 – Heidi Chamula 48:06, Jessica Parker 52:47, Anna-Brooke Harrison 55:20. 25-29 – Ashley McInnis 52:06, Maggie Worsley 54:36, Katie Newton 54:59. 30-34 – Larissa Collier 49:28, Emily Smith 54:56, CJ Parrish 55:03. 35-39 – Bonnie Schellens 52:22, Kristen Burnett 56:00, Betsy Liddon 56:39. 40-44 – Kristina Bennett 52:48, Valerie Thompson 55:33, Tina Harrison 59:32. 45-49 – Lisa Hammitte 1:03:06, Robin Bailey 1:04:07. 50-54 – Gaby Gassman 1:02:16, Wilma Griggs 1:05:11. 55-59 – Candace Barnhart 55:58. Male, 5K: Overall – Julio Garcia 18:59. Masters – Danner Drake 22:18. Grandmasters – Joe Tew 22:51. Senior Grandmasters – Ferrell McDougald 25:36. 14-under – Dominic Fritz 23:40, Joshua Ward 23:48, Mathew Requijo 25:28. 15-19 – Landon Pilcher 20:15, Jeffery Fuller 21:47, Brantley Sloop 22:54. 20-24 – Elijah Fox 21:02, Peter Brooks 21:49, Paul Swanson 22:02. 25-29 – Landon Jones 20:47, Michael Brennan 21:26, Ben Loftin 21:53. 30-34 – Josh Page 22:03, Casey Anderson 23:04, Peter Pauley 23:05. 35-39 – Ashley Folkes 20:12, Richie Fernandez 21:33, Tim Pilcher 23:52. 40-44 – Dennis Stewart 23:49, Richie Anderson 24:11, John Hinkle 25:16. 45-49 – Jon Mueller 23:08, Mike Renaud 23:11, Ricky Chiston 24:09. 50-54 – Mike Marchman 23:01, Mark Smith 28:59, Christopher Enfinger 29:20. 55-59 – John Mc 23:30, Jimmy Sims 23:47, Donald Bowling 24:34. 60-64 – Stephen Register 28:05. 65-69 – Jerry Hicks 31:08, Joel Strickland 32:00. 70-over – Winston Howell 31:27, Tom West 34:30, Cliff Hardin 42:28. Female, 5K: Overall – Brooke Houppert 21:42. Masters – Dawn Cleveland 24:40. Grandmasters – Robin Cramer 29:35. Senior Grandmasters – Shirley Leach 32:45. 14-under – Julia Fritz 27:16, Monique Fritz 27:18, Noel Smith 27:25. 15-19 – Marissa Kirkland 28:59, Alexis Smith 29:31, Jessica Wheeler 29:40.20-24 – Haley Williams 22:04, Chandler Rogers 22:13, Callie Rogers 25:26. 25-29 – Lindsay Sport 22;49, Hannah Loftin 23:16, Abby Rogers 23:20. 30-34 – Erika Pemberton 23:14, Brandi Page 25:13, Tiffany Guckenberg 26:09. 35-39 – Regina Fritz 23:37, Risha Gatlin 24:49, Nike Aman 24:53. 40-44 – Carolyn Houston 24:55, Sandra Smith 25:44, April Steart 25:53. 45-49 – Lurlesia Roberson 25:30, Dana Whitehurst 26:35, Melissa Justice 26:37. 50-54 – Linda Weatherly 31:57, Pat Fuller 32:41, Cindy Trawick 35:05. 55-59 – Shirley Hicks 30:03, Louellen Marchman 30:59, Freida Swicord 32:51. 60-64 – Drenda Browning 35:05, Susan Hand 37:54, Gina Jones 39:10.
Saraland Harvest Festival 8K Saraland, AL – 10/19 Male, Overall – John Brigham 24:45, Mitchell Jones 27:09, Jack Bishop 30:53. Masters – Anders Carlestam 33:26. Grandmasters – Calvin Lewis 34:14. Senior Grandmasters – David Jeffrey 34:23. 9-under – Stone Smith 34:13. 10-14 – Andrew Sheets 38:33, Owen Martin 38:52, Aaron Sheets 39:00. 15-19 – Blake Verdin 33:04, White Brannon 36:44. 20-24 – Kyle Pung 38:37, Trey Waltman 39:30, Robby Greer 39:38. 25-29 – James Reynolds 33:20, Michael Van Der Pol 35:40, Phillip Hansel 38:57. 30-34 – Jacob White 36:24, Joshua Murphy 36:41, Festus Omorogieva 37:19. 35-39 – Romulo Ayaviri 36:58, Mike Hoppe 39:07, Clay Smith 39:49. 40-44 – Wayne Pierce 34:16, Paul Swann 34:29, Matthew Scott Dumas 34:32. 45-49 – Frank Conko 36:25, William Brown 38:44,
www.running.net Christopher Strayhorn 39:20. 50-54 – Alex Jimenez 37:30, Allen Johnston 37:35, Victor Birch 38:23. 55-59 – Paul Bergman 35:21, Guy Truett 35:59, Ben King 38:58. 60-64 – Paul Baswell 35:09, Bill Brady 37:59, Daniel O’Neill 42:22. 65-69 – Mike Martin 42:45, Bill McGough 46:32, Tommy Payne 52:41. 70-74 – Larry Holmes 44:08, Paul Helminger 53:52, Charles Cook 54:39. 75-over – Will Wright 48:22, Lee Echols 57:25. Racewalker – Charles Miller 50:00. Female, Overall – Rhonda Collings 34:24, Tammy Ford 37:06, Therese Hart 37:44. Masters – Suanne White-Spunner 40:05. Grandmasters –Melanie Moore 40:19. Senior Grandmasters – Sandy Steffens 48:18. 10-14 – Adelane Stroh 38:49, Maddison Booth 42:55 Sicily Hardy 53:16. 20-24 – Courtney Waltman 48;15, Kindrid West 49:52, Amanda Wenzinger 58:32. 25-29 – Kate Michini 47:08, Ashley Cuesta 47:29, Jennifer Givens 48:48. 30-34 – Rachel Cazalas 38:41, Ann Jackson 43:21, Melissa Montgomery 47:48. 35-39 – Karra Booth 43:22, Michelle Stanley 44:12, Khanh Bailey 44:45. 40-44 – Allyson Lamey 44:31, Tracy Patterson 45:46, Jarrell Leah 46:22. 45-49 – Maureen Van Devender 40:06, Kim Gartman 46:22, Nita Collins 47:38. 50-54 – Eva Burnett 41:34, Lynn Bolger 48:04, MistyPerry 59:52. 55-59 – Cindy McMilln 46:16, Cindy Longmire 49:55, Elise Coldsmith 50:41. 60-64 – Sandy Akers 1:02:02, Ann Harrison 1:11:43, Ruth Grubbs 1:11:45. 70-74 – Peggy Black 51:43. Racewalker – Barbara Sharp 59:37. – Will Wright
The Maple Leaf 5K Trussville, AL – 10/26 Male, Overall – Michael Niezgoda 17:03, Nathan Miysaki 18:25, Chris Shelton 20:23. Masters – David Hall 22:25. 9-under – Aidan Vrocher 26:51. 10-14 – Joshua Dykes 22:00, Drake Amick 24:23, Aaron Dykes 26:07. 15-19 – Jon Cohen 21:38, Bin Tran 22:52, Rik Ritch 30:47. 20-24 – Kyle Malone 20:28, Matthew Hayes 27:18. 25-29 – Michael Keith 21:25, Ben Nichols 23:06, Vaughn Banks 23:45. 30-34 – Beau Mosley 20:41, Brandon Kane 21:23, Patrick Isbell 23:56. 35-39 – Scott Eagle 21:43, David Byrd 23:18, Thomas Bardwell 23:50. 40-44 – Michael Dykes 23:11, William Kennedy 23:51 Lonnie West 23:57. 4549 – Patrick Hickerson 23:15, Michael Warren 24:55 Rob Ramsay 25:51. 50-54 – Josh Hannum 23:02, Tim Nichols 23:42, Clay Robinette 27:20. 55-59 – Craig Williamson 23:12, Steve Turner 26:25, Rodney Russell 29:05. 60-64 – Phillip Garrett 27:40, Terry White 28:43, Mike Adkins 33:43. 65-69 – Jerry Smith 28:01. 70-over – Joseph Harris 59:18. Female, Overall – Lori Goldweber 20:32, Mary Williamson 20:42, Olivia Bland 23:01. Masters – Stacy Kadle 24:47. 10-14 – Claire Payne 23:08, Emma Vrocher 23:16, Jodey Kyle 26:02. 15-19 – Olivia Calma 26:19, Audrey Bland 30:44. 20-24 – Anna Thomas 32:08, Dailey Champion 34:55, Macie Champion 35:44. 25-29 – Alicia Williamson 25:55, Missy Fonte 27:58, Kathy Rizzo 30:50. 30-34 – Lacy Isbell 25:52, Abbie Copus 26:31, Pam Williams 27:38. 35-39 – Ashley Warren 25:14, Kari Bartlett 26:52, Amy Green 32:04. 40-44 – Karen Beard 26:49, Buffy Bland 31:14, Molly Bentley 32:47. 45-49 – Kelly Underwood 28:00, Charlotte Malone 29:30, Susan Sellers 30:18. 50-54 – Gena Meadows 27:09, Amy Trautwein 27:59, Darla Slevin 31:15. 55-59 – Becky Aydelette 43:41, Beth Laughlin 47:53. 60-64 – Coleen McNelly 34:06.
Dog River Ghost Chase 5K Mobile, AL – 10/26 Male, Overall – Samson Kipchirchir 17:15, Joshua Mather 17:57, Mike Sheets 18:07. Masters – George Rusyniak 20:02. Grandmasters – Paul Baswell 21:33. Senior Grandmasters – Bill Brady 23:52. 9-under – Stone Smith 20:39, Logan Norris 25:23, Alex Ferguson 26:48. 10-14 – Nicholas Gelineau 21:58, Alex Schimmer 22:44, Owen Martin 22:54. 15-19 – Gary Ott 22:40, Brannon White 23:28, Kyle Phillips 34:16. 20-24 – Sterling Williams 25:58, Corey Tillman 26:11, Aniebeit Udoh 27:29. 25-29 – Gabriel Humphrey 19:02, Seth McGual 21:55, Cory McGee 22:22. 30-34 – Karl Kleinschrodt 19:52, Ian Brady 20:30, Jacob White 21:29. 35-39 – Gregory Yeager 19:43, Daniel Nichols 24:03, Theodore Lee 30:58. 40-44 – Matt Singleton 24:05, Chris Fowler 24:46, Jeremy Summerlin 27:34. 45-49 – William Brown 22:49, Takeshi Kamei 24:11, Paul Gelineau 24:54. 50-54 – James Dyer 22:47, David
Holder 23:08, Drawbridge Boogieman 23:34. 55-59 – Jimmy Hansel 25:29, Norman Bolger 30:21, Jimmy White 39:39. 6064 – Doug Craig 32:55, Michael Eubanks 33:02, John Thompson 40:38. 65-69 – Bill McGough 28:03, Phillip Fields 28:36, Gary Reynolds 35:27. 70-74 – Larry Holmes 26:45, Kent Welsh 27:37, Larry Christenson 30:52. 75-over – Will Wright 31:04, Lee Echols 33:23. Female, Overall – Mary Finn 18:44, Carrie Tucker 19:45, Jessie Stone 19:50. Masters – Andra Bruce 21:50. Grandmasters – Suanne White-Spunner 24:27. Senior Grandmasters – Marian Loftin 26:26. 9-under – Alexis Debruin 33:58, Evelyn Heath 43:35, Jaylynn Johnston 51:51. 10-14 – Isabel Valenzuela 20:43, Adelane Stroh 22:01, Palmer Waechter 25:18. 15-19 – Victoria Tew 33:56, Carrie Mae Bentley 37:00. 20-24 – Myrthe Molenveld 23:01, April Moore 26:33, Meghan McGee 29:16. 25-29 – Jennifer Harris 21:57, Emily Hofius 25:25, Lakendra Wiley 26:14. 30-34 – Rachel Cazalas 23:05, Lisa Blount 23:31, Mary Meares 24:40. 35-39 – Melissa Auld 25:23, Tonya Primeaux 26:30, Ashley Mayhew 31:47. 40-44 – Rhonda Collings 22:12, Tammy Ford 22:32, Leah Jarrell 27:38. 45-49 – Maureen Van Devender 24:05, Lynn Dekle 26:28, Camilla Wayne 27:05. 50-54 – Laura Lovelace 27:09, Lynn Bolger 28:46, Pamela Guy 31:31. 55-59 – Susan Rhodes 30:06, Sara Walsh 35;08, Beverly Early 36:25. 60-64 – Sandy Steffens 29:37, Cay Welsh 30:08, Renee Thompson 40:40. 65-69 – Linda Grund 32:45, Mona Denton 34:49. 7074 – Mary Goguen 45:57. – Will Wright
Senior Bowl Charity Run 10K/5K Mobile, AL – 11/2 Male, 10K: Overall – John Brigham 30:28, Alan Ash 32:02, Derrick Rodgers 32:34. Masters – Leonard Vergunst 36:58, Michael Sheets 37:08, Jim Kinder 37:13. Grandmasters – Brad Davis 38:44, Jeff Hathorn 41:47, Calvin Lewis 42:11. 9-under – Stone Smith 41:45, Alex Scott 53:29, Thomas Strasavich 1:06:53. 10-14 – Ryan Varnado 47:42, Benjamin Falkos 51:47, Krista Ericksen 54:12. 15-19 – Kyle Warner 46:29, Ryan Mixon 53:57, Raymond Horace 57:05. 20-24 – Andrew Ryan 38:46, Joshua Mather 39:14, John Scimeca 45:47. 25-29 – Anthony Hamre 36:34, Adam Bernot 37:35, James Reynolds 40:19. 30-34 – Samson Kipchirchir 33:29, Kenny Pfeiffer 36:44, Keith Bell 39:15. 35-39 – Mitchell Jones 33:40, Jack Bishop 37:56, Jason Mayfield 39:18. 4044 – Brad Roberts 38:57, Chris Lawson 39:22, Pat James 39:56. 45-49 – Bryan Johnson 41:31, John Kavanagh 44:00, Kelly Sessoms 44:13. 50-54 – Ben Stimpson 42:32, Steven Brown 45:34, Mike Traum 45:51. 55-59 – Paul Bergman 42:59, Guy Truett 44:59, Craig Ferguson 45:46. 60-64 – Paul Baswell 44:29, Greg Sweeney 49:53, Dennis Moffett 50:57. 65-69 – Lance Jorgensen 48:58, Mike Martin 51:46, Glenn Archer 52:49. 70-74 – David Jeffrey 43:02, Neil Hall 52:07, Larry Holmes 56:04. 75-over – Will Wright 1:02:03, Hugh Long 1:02:15, Huey McDaniel 1:08:04. Female, 10K: Overall – Leanna Guinn 39:07, Samantha Gardner 39:57, Carrie Tucker 40:37. Masters – Amy Huff 42:15, Patricia Ericksen 43:46, Barbara Kerby 43:58. Grandmasters – Janie Mothershed 46:51, Victoria Stimpson 47:29, Paige Tucker 49:01. 10-14 – Victoria Blanshan 53:10, Annie Strasavich 55:00, Catherine Crump 55:57. 15-19 – Elaine Barreras 50:17, Victoria Falkos 51:47, Krista Ericksen 54:12. 20-24 – Lauren Leidel 50:50, Kindrid West 54:50, Mae Stimpson 54:59. 2529 – Amy Floyd 44:24, Lyndsey Bosko-Dunbar 48:08, Mary Emily Davidson 48:32. 30-34 – Amber Forbes 45:05, Suzanne Sweetser 46:11, Rachel Cazalas 47:08. 35-39 – Aryn Wiseman 44:14, Stacey Pearce 46:10, Jennifer Coleman 47:23. 40-44 – Andra Bruce 44:11, Rhonda Collings 45:09, Tammy Ford 45:21. 45-49 – Maureen Van Devender 49:21, Donna Moore 50:56, Mimi Moryn 52:56. 50-54 – Cindy Norris 49:27, Corinna Luce 50:29, Jean Powers 51:07. 55-59 – Suanne White-Spunner 49:27, Debbie Renfroe 52:19, Shaw-Fin Bertagnolli 55:15. 60-64 – Susann Pierce 52:34, Sandy Steffens 1:00:18, Emma Tulao 1:08:40. 65-69 – Flo Sanderson 1:06:38, Ginger Hoit 1:09:49, Mona Denton 1:11:02. 70-74 – Carol Cowan 1:00:38, Peggy Black 1:04:16, Miriam Tucker 1:15:25.75-over – Luise Mitchell 1:14:28.
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Male, 5K: Overall – Keith Clark 17:40, Alex Guillory 17:47, Landon Delozier 18:07. Masters – Tony Palazzo 19:08, George Rusyniak 19:16, Mike O’Brien 20:09. Grandmasters – Ron Renfore 20:23, Douglas Meduna 21:13, Paul Carter 22:40. 9-under – Landon Vayda 24:17, Charlie Garrison 25:15, Connor Ferguson 26:48. 10-14 – John Paul Williams 18:43, Reed Akey 19:38, Ethan Steed 19:51. 15-19 – Anthony Hall 18:38, Connor Akey 19:00, Charles Rapier 19:54. 20-24 – Michael McCaskill 19:37, Cameron Everson 19:43, Sam Tanner 20:18. 25-29 – Gabriel Humphrey 18:34, Daniel Givens 19:30, Erik Winfree 19:45. 30-34 – Matt Williford 22:32, Blair Doten 22:55, Peter Hughes 23:24. 35-39 – Mark Owens 19:43, Brad Sadler 19:56, Jonathan Dick 20:28. 40-44 – Scott McDonald 23:07, Rogers Tagg 24:25, Juan Ortega 25:36. 45-49 – Donald Sherrell 20:22, John Finley 21:29, Robert Pager 22:57. 50-54 – Tracey Wall 24:54, Russell Craft 24:54, John Ardis 25:21. 55-59 – Brent Cumbest 25:42, Rick Hardcastle 26:26, Dewayne Holley 26:53. 60-64 – James Hilderbrandt 23:00, Doug Kirby 24:26, William Thames 25:34. 65-69 – Barry Langley 26:48, David Murchison 27:11, Linnie Rux 41:59. 70-74 – Larry Christensen 28:51, Cary Adams 28:55, Bill Gardner 29:01. 75-over – Phil Bohan 32:53, Thomas McPherson 34:50, George Freeman 34:56. Female, 5K: Overall – Paul Piazza 20:55, Isabel Valenzuela 21:02,Kelsey Kunstadt 21:36. Masters – Kristen Kain 26:01, Tammy Patrick 26:20, Anne Guinn 26:25. Grandmasters – Sandra Mallette 26:27, Susan Jones 26:35, Nancy Elstner 27:34. 9-under – Kathleen Andrews 28:09, Kayleigh Freeman 28:20, Maryfrances Mattingly 28:34. 10-14 – Palmer Waechter 23:32, Glynn Case 24:25, Alyssa Steed 25:24. 1519 – Anthony Hall 18:38, Connor Akey 19:00, Charles Rapier 19:54. 20-24 – Myrthe Molenveld 21:50, Mackenzie Wren 21:54, Elizabeth Flood 22:27. 25-29 – Lakendra Wiley 22:37, Ireley Hanne 25:37, Quinn Kennedy 25:55. 30-34 – Bobbi Buffington 23:26, Julie Padgett 23:34, Toni Pearce 23:50. 3539 –Karla Macgregor 22:00, Laura Morse 22:45, Natasha Westeman 24:19. 40-44 – Marilyn Hurl 26:28, Kellie Mitchell 27:01, Susie McDonald 27:19. 45-49 – Regina Finnegan 27:45, Libby Thompson 28:47, Julie Eubanks 29:20. 50-54 – Mary Rose 28:30, Patti Kunstadt 29:33, Veronica O’Brien 30:21. 55-59 – Deborah Hilderbrandt 27:37, Cindy Leonard 29:08, Kathy Rogers 31:07. 60-64 – Lucille Willis 31:22, Anne Wall 33:09, Louanne O’Neill 34:45. 65-69 – Cecilia Walker 32:21, Mary Ann Tuohy 40:30, Linnie Rux 41:59. 7074 – Carolyn Davis 41:33, Mary Goguen 42:07, Jerilyn Ingram 42:24. 75-over - Sharon McPherron 35:19, Betty Baker 42:41.
Arkansas Marathon/10K Booneville, AR – 10/5
Male, marathon: Order of finish – 1-Michael Nissen 3:47:31, 2-Jacob Wells 3:53:31, 3-Kim Howard 3:56:06, 4Matt Bishop 4:16:03, 5-Chris Adams 4:24:35, 6-Caleb Marcinkovich 4:28:51, 7-Joseph Bearss 4:33:36, 8-Lane Andrews 4:38:11, 9-Stephen Lin 4:45:37, 10-Jeff McCollough 4:53:25, 11-Michael Rodriguez 4:58:57, 12Bryon Moss 5:34:48, 13Paul Nelson 5:36:41. Female, marathon: Order of finish - 1-Lisa Luyet 4:29:27, 2-Kathryn Ivy 5:29:06,3-Nancy Stuparich 5:37:53, 4-Carol Earles 5:37:59. Order of finish, 10K: 1-Shelby Gordon 45:57, 2-Leah Lloyd 50:17, 3-Lauren Lloyd 52:41, 4-Amber Droemer 56:31, 5-Amanda Franklin 57:27, 6-Autumn Hunt 57:27, 7-Dusty Droemer 58:53, 8-Hallie Davis 59:12, 9-Craig Taylor 1:00:46, 10-Tracee McKenna 1:08:10, 11-Tara Bishop 1:08:30, 12Tasha Williams 1:09:13, 13-Jaynie Cannon 1:30:59, 14– David Samuel Robert Lloyd 1:41:28.
Operation Christmas Child 10K/5K El Dorado, AR – 10/12 Male, 10K: Overall – Charlie Louden 42:55. 20-29 – Derek Roscoe 46:19, Dave Snyder 46:59, Alex Marquardt 48:27.30-39 – Michael Wylie 46:27, Mark Wilson 48:19, Terry Beasley 51:08. 40-49 – Keith Pridgen 43:23,
Chris McCook 51:07, Mike Dobbins 52:37. 50-59 – George Roscoe 50:31, William Bates 54:21, Mark Harmon 54:58. 60-over – Robert Reynolds 52:18, Cecil Earp 1:33:32. Female, 10K: Overall – Sara Claycomb 45:31. 20-29 – Sun Shaw-Rose 47:20, Amy Hough 52:37, Stacey Gorman 1:20:30. 30-39 – Neelie Dobbins 47:41, Camille McCandlish 51:12, Karla Goodwin 56:29. 40-49 – Tienna Claycomb 53:48, Leanne Barnett 1:08:39, Lisa Beaver 1:11:41. 50-59 – Suzy Seeber 51:12, Kathy Loper 56:44 Lanita Stinnett 1:27:36. 60-over – Paula Reynolds 57:24. Male, 5K: Overall – Caleb Thomey 20:41. 12-under – Carson Ricker 24:22, Ethan McCuiston 34:39, Adam Smith 34:41. 13-19 – John Farris 20:45, Tyler Brantley 22:43, Travis Gilmer 23:20. 20-29 – Josh Zylks 33:01, Tyler Cheatham 41:46. 30-39 – Scott Hailey 30:53, Chad Mosby 31:58. 40-49 – Jerry Sadler 25:12, John Ayres 27:25, Paul Garris 29:07. 50-59 – Wilfer Henderson 25:55, Scott Nipper 26:13, Wayne Love 29:02. Female, 5K: Overall – Leslie Collins 23:55. 12-under – Kendall Ricker 37:05, Maile Williams 40:56, Katelyn Hayden 47:38. 13-19 – Megan McCall 33:07, Julianne Spencer 35:41, Ashley Story 47:08. 20-29 – Sarah Roscoe 26:33, Amber Ragan 32:00, Caitlin McCloy 32:12. 30-39 – Tina Hailey 26:35, Angie Beckett 29:26, Amanda Waggoner 31:56. 40-49 – Ellen Lowe 25:23, Laurie Sadler 32:07, Sarah Ricker 37:09. 50-59 – Sandra Dixon 30:23, Mary Cranford 35:02, Jadi Franks 35:02.
Cossatot River Half Marathon Trail Run Wickes, AR – 10/19 Male, Top 25 – 1-Johnny Mosso 1:51:43, 2-Rafal Olan 1:57:17, 3-Kendal Repass 1:59:57, 4-James Green 2:09:23, 5-Craig Wurtz 2;09:58, 6-Jim Warren 2:10:26, 7-Greg Eason 2:13:29, 8-Robert Misener 2:16:19, 9-Joe Bellomo 2:17:29, 10-Aaron Emberton 2:18:09, 11-Micah Goodwin 2:18:17, 12Rob Cole 2:20:10, 13-Jeff Baillie 2:22:09, 14-Jeff Borgsmiller 2:25:11, 15-Erik Smith 2:27:18, 16-Brian Russell 2:28:52, 17-Jeff Thostenson 2:29:17, 18-Stephen Hollowell 2:29:46, 19-John Kelly 2:29:56, 20-James McManners 2:38:16, 21Anton Janik 2:41:33, 22-Bryan Pinnell 2:42:52, 23-Jason Bliss 2:55:54, 24-Jerry Oilver 2:56:00, 25-Tom Singleton 2:56:00. Female, Top 25 – 1-Tracie Akerhielm 1:52:55, 2-Karen Call 2:27:01, 3-Laura Dromgoole 2:28:01, 4-Kelly Farrell 2:28:55, 5-Carla Branch 2:36:10, 6-Faith McDaniel 2:39:15, 7-Laura Pinnell 2:42:55, 8-Sarena Crowe 2:47:38, 9-Nia Lo 2:51:39, 10-Joan Rendon 2:52:16, 11-Jeanne Puelma 2:54:58, 12-Ashley O’Neil 2:56:00, 13-Dawn Horn 2:56:00, 14-Donna Bohra 2:56:38, 15-Shari Dillard 2:56:53, 16-Betty Sobeski 2:56:54, 17-Debbie Rigsby 2:57:13, 18-Linda Wood 2:57:16, 19-Cheyenne Vanhoose 2:57:37, 20-Ashley Ederington 3:01:06, 21-Melissa Lewis 3:07:28, 22-Misty Howard 3;07:32, 23-Brenda Bonner 3:10:32, 24-Annashia – David Samuel Shera 3:11:20, 25-Sarah Stanley 3:12:15.
Soaring Wings Half Marathon Conway, AR– 10/26 Male, Overall – Mark Ferguson 1:16:36, John Pankey 1:16:45, Jonah Tanui 1:19:40. Masters – Karl Lenser 1:20:34, Pat Reed 1:23:25, Paul Turner 1:24:50. Grandmasters – Stan Ferguson 1:28:28. Senior– Ron Webb 1:35:04. 19-under – Denver Druey 1:39:24, Joshua Hart 1:51:37, Cade Griffith 1:52:31. 20-24 – Quinn Robertson 1:23:49, Storm Beeler 1:29:07, Sam Elander 1:29:46. 25-29 – Jeffrey Zern 1:24:45, Caleb Ault 1:27:05, Jordan Bennett 1:30:23. 30-34 – Ryan Lawrence 1:20:27, Phil Davison 1:24:50, Alberto Basilio 1:26:13. 35-39 – Chris Ho 1:26:36, Jamie Cates 1:28:38, Greg Jacuzzi 1:30:18. 40-44 – Don Edge 1:32:56, Derek Gillette 1:34:17, Jacob Wells 1:35:22. 45-49 – James Mann 1:31:06, Brenden Bishop 1:33:27, Alan Freeland 1:34:03. 50-54 – Joseph Nichols 1:34:15, Billy Shelton 1:36:39, Kim Howrd 1:36:54. 55-59 – Robert Bloom 1:33:18, Don Still 1:35:35, Hank McLaughlin 1:37:17. 60-64 – Richard Hester 1:46:14, Danny Williams 1:48:56, Bob Sanders 1:53:35. 65-69 – Jerry Hester 1:49:22, Allen White 1:51:20, Don Brown 1:52:48. 70-74 – Dennis Schultz 2:12:29, Rusty Hinges 2:19:27, Daniel Belanger 2:27:32. 80-over – Jack Mayberry 3:08:15. Female, Overall – Leah Thorvilson 1:18:50, Heather
Mainord 1:28:49, Kelli Harris 1:33:43. Masters – Tammy Walther 1:38:45, Deborah Baker 1:39:54, Ruth McDonough 1:41:56. Grandmasters – Kathleen Rea 1:44:52. Senior – Debbie Hill 1:53:30. 19-under – Sara Claycomb 1:37:51, Shelby Gordon 1:38:49, Emma Buckner 1:54:35. 20-24 – Courtney Efurd 1:41:59, Emily Noble 1:42;57, Caroline Nester 1:46:40. 25-29 – Nicole Hobbs 1:38:39, Jessica Sanders 1:40:06, Jessica Cummings 1:40:13. 30-34 – Natalie Ragsdale 1:34:17, Shannon Milam 1:35:31, Jenny Wilkes 1:38:50. 35-39 – Whitney Hall 1:35:58, Amanda Potts 1:37:05, Johnna Goodman 1:37:17. 40-44 – Mary Ruth Marotte 1:44:01, Tiffany Winborn1:44:13, Christine Ferguson 1:47:33. 45-49 – Jan Alderson 1:44:25, Jeanne Puelma 1:48:27, Cindy Stage 1:48:33. 50-54 – Jamie Merriman 1:48:01, Belinda Pack 1:51:43, Gayle Routt 1:55:58. 55-59 – Betsy Tucker 1:47:24, Karen Hayes 1:54:23, Deborah Sanders 1:56:43. 60-64 – Marsha Pool 1:57:58, Angie Orellano-Fisher 1:58:56, Cathy Potter 2:10:09. 65-69 – Dona Montgomery 2:19:49, Robbie Vann 2:21:56, Linda Dale 2:29:48. 70-74 – Hannah Ashworth 2:18:22, Argie Davis 2:29:04, Susan Cormier 2:52:35. 75-79 – Caline Coop 3:05:08. – David Samuel
9-under – Sophie Bartak 28:59, Natasha Galo 40:30, Isabella Johnson 40:35.10-14 – Nicole Matysik 24:06, Mackenzie Barrios 27:04, Jenna Domenech 29:37.20-29 – Kelly Maatta 24:01, Erica Dillig 29:39, Krystal Waldner 31:08.30-39 – Noelle Rivas 24:25, Jessica Craney 26:36, Dara Font 32:15.40-49 – Katie Leigh 26:35, Tracy Brilz 26:55, Raquel Robbins 29:51. 50-59 – Greer Cornell 29:10, Karen Hladik 32:56, Luanne Doughtry 37:59. 60-69 – Beverly Howley 27:14, Pat Kersey 29:54. Walker – Katheryn Kilroy – Don Nelson 36:15.
Miracle Mile 15K Orlando, FL – 9/21
Male, Overall – Jeremy Criscione 50:20, William Vanos 50:22, Joshua Prevatt 51:16. Masters – Eddie Nesmith 59:00. 14-18 – Mark Newman 1:00:28 Tyler Skidelsky 1:06:18, Anderson Bobo 1:06:18. 19-24 – Vincent Hahr 56:33, Carlos Soto 1:03:22, Sean Snyder 1:03:30. 25-29 – Samuel Morris 54:27, Jose Torres 55:42, Mark Chandler 57:12. 30-34 – Pedro Meraz 56:52, Trent Fuchs 59:38, Tommie Kendall 1:00:26. 35-39 – Luis Pou 57:57, Rick Brown 1:00:49, Franklin Grinstead 1:02:25. 40-44 – Joe Flaherty 1:03:27, Juan Pereira 1:05:48, William Hicks 1:06:01. 45-49 – Daniel McCarthy 59:18, Mike Conti 1:00:01, Chuong Vu 1:03:22. 5054 – Michael Jungen 59:18, Ricardo Fonseca 1:02:27, Roque Nunez 1:04:29. 55-59 – Dan Stojic 1:05:31, Dennis Sullivan 1:10:51, Brad Damiani 1:15:08. 60-64 – John Martellucci 1:06:16, Vincent Cafferty 1:09:56, Howard Abell 1:14:32. 6569 – Albert Wieringa 1:03:47, Alan Kossow 1:17:59, Paul Gardner 1:23:07. 70-74 – Matthew Hall 1:32:23, Bob Holliday 1:36:40, Elpidio Linjustiniano 1:38:47. 75-79 – Franco Muci 1:26:54, Jack Gallagher 2:14:05, Frank French 2:28:33. Female, Overall – Sara Petrick 57:24, Erica Weitz 58:21, Heather Schulz 1:00:00. Masters – Maite Moscoso 1:03:38. 14-18 – Amanda Slattery 1:10:34, Marieke Carter 1:50:19, Micaela Clapp 1:55:08. 19-24 – Stefanie Shimansky 1:08:04, Ashlee Curran 1:10:22, Lisa Brubaker 1:16:37. 25-29 – Meghan Snyder 1:03:26, Lauren Chandler 1:06:50, Danielle Elliott 1:07:09. 30-34 – Charisse Winter 1:03:42, Jessica Mills 1:05:45, Jennifer O’Brien 1:08:44. 35-39 – Michelle Nunez 1:02:27, Jessica Kennedy 1:05:11, Jessica Keltner 1:06:35. 40-44 – Hulya Atli 1:06:01, Angie Ave 1:06:51, Cathy Rash 1:07:27. 45-49 – Madeleine Vergauwen 1:12:43, Kim Nurton 1:12:59, Angela Chang 1:15:10. 50-54 – Laura Yeager 1:12:50, Melissa Corp 1:15:15, Lynda Koerber 1:18:31. 5559 – Kathy Gagnier 1:10:07, Maria Anderson 1:11:09, Darla Bennett 1:12:31. 60-64 – Louise Fakess 1:37:16, Terry Barnes 1:38:40, Susie OConnell 1:38:36. 65-69 – Rose Reeves 1:40:11, Candace Niznik 1:46:19, Ruth Gorman 1:58:11. 70-74 – Sandra Hults 1:59:52, Barbara Troy 2:10:34, – Robert Carver Barbara Miller 2:21:04.
Poinciana 5K Key West, FL – 10/19 Male, Overall – Jon Korhonen 17:04. Masters – Edward Clarke 19:08. 9-under – Sean Croitoru 23:00 William Sobek 25:58, Billy Kight 29:26. 10-14 – Owen Allen 19:14, Jack Shvero 22:25, Finn Sanders 33:26. 15-19 – Melson Maxime 20:21. 20-29 – Francisco Ramirez 19:06, James Pipoly 21:33, Derek Wallis 25:51. 30-39 – Agustin Puac 19:16, Bart Smith 21:52, Dylan Stafford 24:18. 40-49 – Robert Franco 26:30, Deni Herbaut 28:51, Chris Johnson 34:46. 50-59 – James Mill 23:16, Charles Mench 25:44, Ralph Weyant 25:48. 60-69 – Michael Hobbs 38:28. 70-over – Terry Doughtry 38:01, Edward Whittingslow 43:14. Walker – Frank Kirwin 40:22. Female, Overall – Beth Korhonen 20:51. Masters – Leslie Johnson 24:30.
Jon Korhonen won Poinciana 5K in 17:04. Vineyard 5K Big Pine Key, FL – 10/27 Male, Overall – Jeremy Lyon 20:04. Masters – Barry Chiagouvis 22:20. 10-14 – Scout Graft 22:30, Matthew Pinkley 24:39, Stryder Graft 25:20. 15-19 – Jack Hill 23:56, Collin Marrs 24:02, Cole Jackson 30:09. 20-29 – Joshua Hill 30:02. 30-39 – Jeremy Harris 25:18. 40-49 – Joe Shiver 27:33, Mike Doyle 58:24. 50-59 – Joe Stutz 25:07, Steve Lawes 26:47. 60-69 – Richard Breese 28:02. 70-over – Richard Giefer 47:18. Female, Overall – Helena Bursa 20:35. Masters – Susan Burns 26:58. 9-under – Lindsay Clausen 32:52. 10-14 – Elizabeth Kyle 28:12, Julianna Doyle 32:50, Hanna Antonides 44:57. 15-19 – Kayla Carmona 34:27, Mecaya Underwood 35:15. 20-29 – Meredith Caldwell 37:04, Amanda Caldwell 37:06. 30-39 – Tina Wingard 24:45, Jennine Shiver 25:33, Rachel Thieman 28:34. 40-49 – Lisa Graft 27:08, Pamela Smith 27:43, Lisa – Don Nelson York 27:50. 60-69 – Patria McGee 44:18.
Zonta ABC 5K Key West, FL – 11/2 Male, Overall – Owen Allen 19:20. Masters – Edward Clarke 19:31. 9-under – Sean Croitoru 22:03, Bailee Utt 29:53, David Tzadok 30:11. 10-14 – Jack Shvero 21:15, Neil Kennedy 22:34, Jacob Valek 24:11. 20-29 – Tom Bellingham 19:29, Matthew Baldwin 22:00, Joshua Vansant 22:12. 30-39 – Marc Kennedy 20:13, Bart Smith 21:53, William Elkins 22:36. 40-49 – Mick Derouin 22:08, Felix Torres 22:12, Chris Van Horne 23:46. 50-59 – Lazaro Ledesma 23:43, Paul Brent 24:07, Robert Lee 25:39. 60-69 – Steve Hamilton 23:29, Michael Pace 26:51, Andy Forberg 27:22. 70-over – Jack Lamay 35:47, Terry Doughtry 38:14, Denny Howley 46:38. Walker – Jim Gerbracht 39:18. Female, Overall – Emily Matsio 20:39. Masters – Leslie Johnson 24:24. 9-under – Isabella Johnson 36:49. 10-14 – Nicole Matysik 22:34, Brooke Booker 35:49, Jesse Brady 43:11. 15-19 – Symone Sanchez 52:35. 20-29 –Kelly Maatta 23:12, Jessica Sheffield 23:59, Brooke Joensen 28:10. 30-39 – Meghan Van Horne 22:23, Betsy Bland 22:41, Stephanie Southgate 24:11. 40-49 – Lori Richard 26:34, Elizabeth Kennedy 26:36, Annette Wiggin 26:40. 50-59 – Janine Seibert 27:19, Martha
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Maguire 28:43, Marsha Deere 29:51. 60-69 – Beverly Howley 27:54, Jackie Kellner 29:29, Linda Sterling 37:44. 70-over Patricia Lenny 40:55. Walker – Kilroy Kathy 35:51. – Don Nelson
Emily Matsio won women's race in 20:39. Palmer College Paint the Towne 5K Daytona Beach, FL – 11/3 Male, Overall – Tyler Simmons 18:34. Masters –Gareth Hurfurt 19:17. Grandmasters – David O’Leary 18:49. Senior Grandmasters – Scott Piccola 21:50. 11-14 – Ayden Craig 25:10. 15-19 – Jared Johnsen 27:37, Zachariah Davis 29:53. 20-24 – Ibrahim Al-shib 25:48, Salem Yaqoob 35:21. 25-29 – Paul Patton 24:46, Joel Spencer 28:49, Andrew Pedalino 45:40. 30-34 – Josh Tomlinson 19:43, Mike Ratcliff 19:51, Corey McMeeking 20:50. 40-44 – Jayson Ness 20:24, Robbie Kerns 25:02, Monty Mountcastle 25:22. 45-49 – Bob Darrow 23:29, Todd Stoner 23:39, Steven Lager 28:50. 50-54 – Dennis Craig 20:28, Dave Pentak 20:59, David Buss 23:00. 55-59 – Lloyd Koser 23:40, Glen Hendrickson 24:55, Howard Vann 26:02. 60-64 – Bob Hamlin 22:45, Peyton Quarles 27:40, John Kuna 29:14. 65-69 – Marcos Cabrera 23:15, Peter Weishaar 23:16, Bob Bachorik 24:15. 70-74 – Hugh Wilson 25:27, Joe Bellamy 28:56, Ruben Perez 31:31. 75-79 – Horace Brannon 36:47. 80-over – John Toner 37:09, Arthur Lirot 52:08. Female, Overall – Taylor Hibel 21:07. Masters – Julie Dedea 21:10. Grandmasters – Pamela Hanson-Peterson 22:35. Senior Grandmasters – Daisy Gartner 25:27. 11-14 – Delaney Booth 36:08. 15-19 – Meg Geren 22:26, Rachel Grossmann 26:24. 20-24 – Lindsay Fitzpatrick 27:29, Bowen Kaitlyn 30:29, Amber Whittamore 42:12. 25-29 – Christina Cassidy 26:17, Katie Perkins 28:05, Satra Ahmadzadeh 29:01. 30-34 – Joanne Parker 24:12, Tricia Pendergast 26:32, Robyn Lawther 33:14. 35-39 – Merrill Dytkowski 29:50, Stephanie Metsker 30:22, Suzanne Eichler 31:05. 40-44 – April Darrow 21:38, Michelle Pendergast 25:52, Kim Walsh 26:01. 45-49 – Sheila Sullivan 21:55, Tracey Lager 24:40, Leslye Grossmann 27:04. 50-54 – Lauren Lloyd 24:01, Patty Fennell 25:56, Tracey Elsebough 26:14. 55-59 – Jill Quarles 29:10, Beverly Matthews 29:22, Kathy Norris 31:15. 60-64 – Susan Gummey 25:33, Jeanie Burgess 27:14, Amy Sandler 28:20. 65-69 – Cler Hudgins 27:56, Adeline Todd 38:26. 70-74 – Peggy Large 40:22, Sandra Kangas 51:25. 80-over – Lois Loesch 35:53.
Halloween Half Marathon/5K Atlanta, GA – 10/27
Male, Half marathon: Overall –Sean Blanton 1:20:57, Daniel Seo 1:23:35, Nick Feamseer 1:25:28. Masters – Edmund Marques 1:34:55. 19-under – Josh Patterson 1:49:46, Peter Zonneville
2:15:41, Chad Kupec 2:16:45. 20-24 – David Patch 1:53:35, Mitchel Black 2:06:04. 25-29 – Kenneth Mills 1:32:48, Brian Constantino 2:00:36, Mac Hill 2:06:26. 30-34 – David Amoson 1:40:00, Rob Brandeberry 1:45:34, Josh Callahan 1:47:00. 35-39 – David May 1:39:29, Kevin Hall 1:48:40, John Long 1:49:10. 40-44 – Bill Ward 1:37:29, John Cunningham 1:47:56, Mark Morgenstein 1:48:50. 45-49 – Jeff Abernathy 1:45:29, Joseph Cobucci 1:47:03, Mickey Taylor 1:50:59. 50-54 – Christopher Schiller 1:37:14, Scott Cousino 1:49:06, Michael Raven 1:51:39. 55-59 – Christopher Wilson 1:39:27, Charles Rainbow 2:10:17, Michael Weathers 2:18:17. 65-69 – David Reed 2:24:35, Grant Canfield 3:22:13. 70-over – Jeff Sewell 2:16:15. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Darbi Boddy 1:37:09, Lynn Oxley 1:38:16, Laurie Radziewicz 1:40:16. Masters – Carrie Dix 1:49:00. 19-under – Allison Toussaint 3:00:55, Meghan Cotner 3:09:22. 20-24 – Rebecca Hudson 1:49:42, Monica Howard 1:53:35, Stephanie Paredes 1:56:04. 25-29 – Kate Brun 1:44:03, Emily Manne-Nicholas 1:52:05, Lindsey Hedlund 1:52:22. 30-34 – Jessie Folk 1:42:42, Brooke McKillop 1:43:33, Julie Economos 1:44:56. 35-39 – Kristi Rogers 1:42:28, Stacy Paine 1:48:51, Katie Marino 1:49:54. 40-44 – Brandy Claussen 1:50:48, Karen Smith 1:54:16, Leigh Ann Mienert 1:56:31. 45-49 – Lisa Eisele 1:53:02, Kristin Aziz 1:55:04, Elizabeth Wilbanks 2:06:46. 50-54 – Colleen Thornburgh 2:00:17, Shelly Bufton 2:01:41, Laura Mather 2:08:43., 55-59 – Cynthia Wilson 2:00:51, Jayne Nickell 2:24;08. 60-64 – Tess Caldwell 2:28:41. Male, 5K: Overall – Mike Patterson 19:06, Hunter Akridge 20:24, Tadan Cobb 20:30. Masters – John Gallagher 22:16. 10-under – Lucas Bekele 21:09, Eeshwar Potluri 22:31, Grady O’Neal 23:18. 11-14 – Surya Rangaswamy 20:35, Evan Shadoff 21:14, Corbin Surio 22:09. 15-19 – Justin Marshall 30:43, Harlee Chappelear 37:57, D.J. Chavez 43:52. 20-24 – Alexander Sifuentes 28:33, Benjamin Ruiz-Guzman 33:44, Bobby Petrillo 39:31.25-29 – Travis Long 28:46, Timothy Ziburg 36:01, Marcos Gonzales 36:46. 30-34 – Jonathan Breunig 27:20, Tim Taylor 30:56, Matthew Robertson 33:52. 35-39 – Michael Studier 24:52, Hideki Coulter 27:56, John Ballon 30:21. 40-44 – Jason Bocko 22:53, Jason Kasemeier 24:09, Jon Harris 27:07. 45-49 – Steve Perkins 22:49, Rangaswamy Rajamanickam 24:55, Michael Keeling 26:51. 50-54 – Terry Teague 35:23, Joseph Navin 38:01, Ralph Petrillo 42:42. 55-59 – Ron Phares 26:44, Danny Duncan 39:11. 70-over – John Mitchell 31:37. Female, 5K: Overall – Caroline Patterson 20:01, Katya Bessiere 20:16, Tatyana Blair 21:37. Masters – Lara Leuder 25:41. 10-under – Siena Brennan 23:13, Brigitte Lueder 25:19, Cora Stepp 25:30. 11-14 – Brianna O’Neal 21:43, Libby Bocko 22:44, Kylee Howlin 22:56. 15-19 – Christiana 33:51, Taylor McKenzie 39:34, Alix Huettl 40:06. 20-24 – Lauren Tye 28:32, Lizbeth Montano-Tamayo 29:03, Britney Broscher 33:05. 25-29 – Almana Reyes 27:46, Amanda Simmons 28:46, Meredith Larson 29:26. 30-34 – Amy Mullen 25:42, Kathryn Daunais 26:45, Suzanne Springfield 27:44. 35-39 – Susan Hawkins 27:41, Nina Holder 27:47, Bonnie Padgett 28:04. 40-44 – Jeannine Tornese 28:49, Jennifer Gregory 28:50, Michelle Allen 28:51. 45-49 – Staci DeMilt 25:59, Tammy Puhalovich 27:18, Paula Jamieson 27:37. 50-54 – Cheryl Phares 26:44, Martha Wright 28:01, Therese Batson 29:26. 55-59 – Karen Larsen 36:12, Gail Wygladalski 39:34, Barb Giordano 1:11:50. 60-64 – Ida Horne 45:43, Debbie Stevens 56:54. 65-69 – Nancy Mitchell 33:07.
Callaway Gardens Twilight 10K Pine Mountain, GA – 11/2 Male, Overall – Taylor Christiansen 38:07. 14-under – Charles Jackson 1:11:14. 15-19 – Tommy Dormingy 45:58, Brandon Butts 49:42, Jacob Whitehead 54:50. 20-24 – Christiansen 38:07, Doug Nesvik 52:17, Graham Nixon 1:05:15. 25-29 – Henry Hutcheson 43:27, Anthony White 49:53, Adam Monthie 57:27. 30-34 – Michael Ramer 38:16, James Brierley 43:04, Jason Sanchez 45:40. 35-39 – Luis Santiago 47:58, William Hunley 48:40, Doug Rangnow 50:21. 40-44 – Cuong Rhodes 43:40, Mark Lee 47:36, William Fricks 48:11. 45-49 – Rob Kindrick 41:54, David Johnson 47:18, William Lawless 50:38. 50-54 – Erica Heberling 45:01, Jeffrey Vinzant 47:08, Tracy Van Norman
www.running.net 47:29. 55-59 – Gregory Foster 45:04, Rick Hayes 50:43, Greg Hartley 51:02. 60-64 – Roger Keel 47:56, Milton Brown 51:22, Timothy Turco 59:21. 65-69 – Tom Johnson 55:02, Ken Livingston 1:06:14, Ron Landen 1:10:47. 70-over – Fred Dyer 1:03:55, Bill Allen 1:30:34. Female, Overall – Pam Carr 44:35. 14-under – Allie Nelson 48:04, Sarah Brewer 56:25, Lily Poling 1:31:36. 15-19 – Karisa Nelson 47:57, Katie Nelson 48:01, Mary Vansant 50:23. 20-24 – Macy Cook 48:44, Amanda La Rocco 53:37, Sarah Baxter 57:24. 25-29 – Mary Baxter 47:17, Brittan Bell 50:25, Caroline Morris 53:44. 3034 – Morgan Brown 45:51, Laura Gray 49:33, Kelli Zirkle 56:15. 35-39 – Carr 44:35, Stephanie Latham 45:15, Sara Reece 54:28. 40-44 – Mary Deane Davis 50:36, Elisabeth Hailes 52:59, Carrie Adams 54:00. 45-49 –Martha Akin 53:11, Holly Wilson 56:19, Sheila Cantrell 56:38. 50-54 – Pamela Bips 47:01, Susan Foy 56:43, Barb Gaby 1:01:49. 5559 – Julia Baxter 49:45, Beverly Long 51:40, Kim Young 56:07. 60-64 – Barbara Nasworthy 1:07:59, Karen Jones 1:17:46, Beverly Andrews 1:22:45. 65-69 – Kathy Givens 1:08:06, Linda Kennedy 1:30:41. 75-over – Ethel Livingston 1:13:39, Barbara Kemp 1:14:21, Beverly Harding 1:41:57.
Strong Legs Run 10K Atlanta, GA – 11/2 Male, Overall – Tyler Tomy 35:42, Mike Gerber 36:12, Martin Bett 37:41. Masters –Edward Walton 43:51. 13-under – Alek Jastrzebski 1:00:05, Jeremy Sanders 1:02:49, Eric Fuqua 1:57:04. 14-19 – Benjamin Eady 49:44, Mark Morrow 50:28, Nicholas Holyoak 1:47:20. 20-24 – Matthew Madden 45:02, Sean Purcell 45:41, Clayton Stout 46:13. 25-29 – Greg Potthast 38:00, Brett Kube 40:37, Michael Goldsmith 42:51. 30-34 – Griffin Jones 39:29, Douglas Doblar 41:57, Jon Hoey 44:10. 35-39 – Brett Lesley 40:03, Alec Lesley 40:03, Bryan Pitts 42:47. 40-44 – Jason Drew 44:32, Robert Smith 46:09, Scott Stafford 48:14. 45-49 – Jim Schwab 44:58, Jeff Norris 46:44, Anthony Ladd 47:35. 50-54 – Glenn James 43:56, Gary Giles 44:10, Dough Sheaffer 46:15. 55-59 – Scott Lambert 47:06, Jeremy Wren 48:25, John Dalton 50:50. 60-64 –Allan Olexa 47:57, Alphonse Davis 50:38, Don Pratt 51:33. 65-over – Michael Williams 51:19, Mick Workman 56;03, Bill Heikkila 56:16. Female, Overall – Regan Russo 41:08, Alison Cloutier 45:43, Julia Reisman 46:13. Masters – Pamela Nienhiser 47:17. 13-under – Samantha Hoyer 59:06, Laura Hudson 59:06, Lauren Mendivil 2:27:17. 14-19 – Blakely Smith 55:35, Ashley Canup 1:07:46, Sofia Rivera 1:10:37.20-24 – Amy Elder 48:00, Katherine Grabowski 48:31, Kelsey Sprewell 50:39. 25-29 – Andrea Jester 47:05, Laura Gollin 49:58, Mandi Young 50:21. 30-34 – Emily Alderman 47:42, Jaime Raymond 48:41, Sarah Frey 48:44. 35-39 – Alyssa Withee 46:30, Janelle Briggs 47:01, Kelly Gilfillan 48:38. 40-44 – Nicole Postlewaite 51:46, Deidra White 52:14, Rosi Coronado 53:15. 45-49 – Fran Mitchell 51:39, Kimberly Seitz 52:36, Fiona Zwald 52:39. 50-54 – Kim Elder 48:23, Kitty Swain 51:55, Patti Hungate 53:24. 55-59 – Gail Richman 54:52, Pamela Pratt 58:05, Katherine Garrett 1:09:22. 60-64 – Irina Fiaksel 53:55, Linda Pieri 55:23, Kathy Wueste 57:00. 65over – Lou Norton 1:19:24, Loretta Vail 1:32:13, Linda Ross 1:41:56.
Atlanta Undy 5000 5K Marietta, GA – 11/2 Male, Overall – Ibraheem Grant 18:45. 13-under – Jack Caiaccio 33:55, Riley Goniwicha 34:44, Raj Shroff 35:00. 14-19 – Jared Guidry 18:48, Logan Sorenson 19:27, Andrew Davis 22:44. 20-29 –Jason Kimball 21:49, Brendan Walsh 23:35, Adam Kirn 24:56. 30-39 – Mike Sinagra 19:41, Jeff Mikan 22:28, Colby Jones 22:51. 40-49 – Marc Downs 20:03, Ronnie Webb 24:20, J. Morris 25:10. 5059 – Stephen Cohen 22:36, Gary Vogin 23:39, Martin Quirk 35:44. 60-69 – Robert Boassy 25:36, Tom Sherman 26:40, Ed Morris 28:23. Female, Overall – Julie Wood 20:45. 13-under – Anya Shroff 34:55, Erin Caiaccio 38:53, Erin Powell 40:02. 20-29 – Sally Mentzer 23:53, Kaitlyn McMahan 23:53, Colleen Quirk 25:47. 30-39 – Heather Terry 23:50, Jennifer Hamilton 23:52, Blair Rackett 24:30. 40-49 – Patty Cohen 21:56, Dawn Gagliardi 24:22, Kristen Mikan 25:40. 50-59 – Connie Robertson 22:32, Elizabeth Boassy 25:38, Janet Quirk 26:19. 60-69 – Barbara Tittle 32:47, Barbara Quirk 40:14, Debra Price 44:28. 70-over – Eileen Thompson
Jazz Half Marathon/5K New Orleans, LA – 10/12
Male, Half marathon: Overall – Ian Carr 1:13:26, Patrick Gavin 1:15:37, Zachary Schuler 1:16:09. Masters – Michael Iverson 1:18:56. Grandmasters – Mark Koch 1:24:45. Seniors – Ken Mire 1:38:30. 19-under – Joseph MacGown 1:26:21, Federico MacHado 1:45:39, Gregory Suhor 1:49:45. 20-24 – Casey Keiser 1:19:22, Bryan McManus 1:22:50, Patrick Madore 1:30:06 25-29 – Michael Giles 1:28:12, Will Wherritt 1:30:38, Justin Gilberti 1:30:52. 30-34 – Adam Mayes 1:18:48, Cory Bourg 1:21:19, Jacob Todd 1:26:24. 35-39 – Jonathan McCall 1:23:04, Michael Schmidt 1:25:46, Chris Fowler 1:26:05. 4044 – John Chandlerr 1:32:15, David Dilaura 1:32:56, Brad Roberts 1:33:16. 45-49 – Joe MacGown 1:34:24, Anthony Mason 1:37:33, Bradley Weisz 1:38:28. 50-54 – Ken McKinnon 1:33:53, Brian Rowan 1:34:29, Wallace Robertson 1:41:10. 55-59 – Jeff Thomas 1:41:08, Al Guevara 1:42:42, James Parker 1:44:34. 60-64 – Ted Holder 1:56:50, Scott Lebensburger 1:58:22, Jeff Gohd 1:58:29. 65-69 – Robert Sonnier 1:47:25, Jim Warner 1:51:11, Patrick Clancy 2:02:20. 70-over – Norman Lieberman 2:24:07, Bruce Worley 2:54:05. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Sarah Powell 1:19:08, Meggan Franks 1:26:29, Kayla Tibaldo 1:27:26. Masters – Jennifer Palermo 1:34:15. Grandmasters – Margo Braud 1:48:27. Seniors – Robin Daning 1:55:34. 19-under – Caroline Wixom 1:58:38, Virginia Bryan 2:11:11, Laura Lewing 2:13:24. 20-24 – Lauren Ybarzabal 1:41:23, Daphne Tice 1:42:40, Lora Monier 1:44:48. 25-29 – Katherine Telfeyan 1:28:54, Charlotte Werhan 1:30:15, Elizabeth Skipper 1:34:44. 30-34 – Jean Cassandra 1:34:42, Christina Hubbell 1:35:12, Kim Prestenbach 1:37:34. 35-39 – Vanessa Dorr 1:30:40, Michele MacKenzie 1:31:32, Celeste Dolan 1:33:39. 40-44 – Caroline Smith 1:40:54, Janell Kalifey 1:49:22, Monique Hodson 1:50:15. 45-49 – Laura Ebeier 1:49:21, Caryn Honig 1:51:07, Shwane Betterbeel 1:59:45. 50-54 – Ann Van Lamsweerde 1:55:15, Lou Sears 1:56:55, Dawn Nolte 1:57:45. 55-59 – Holly Stamper 2:04:54, Marlene Sonnier 2:08:45, Wanda Whitney 2:11:19. 60-64 – Joan Album 2:11:53, Lisa Williamson 2:14:04, Roseanne Leedikes 2:18:06. 65-69 – Charlene Hinrichs 2:21:42, Hally McCrea 2:59:53, Michele Warner 3:07:20. Male, 5K: Top 25 – 1-Will Kirkikis 17:54, 2-William Call 20:22, 3-Justin Blanchard 21:05, 4-Trevor Atwood 21:29, 5Jai Daigle 21:45, 6-Doug Arena 22:31, 7-Jeff Wunder 22:49, 8-David Bertrand 22:59, 9-David Lapene 23:15, 10-Joseph Norman 24:18, 11-Buddy Howlett 24:24.2, 12-Chad Brown 24:24.9, 13-Alex Kelly 24:25, 14-Rob Carrick 25:50, 15Dominique Meekers 25:21, 16-Glenn Fitzner 25:24, 17Stewart Gray 25:37, 18-Keith Robichaux 25:39, 19-Jason Britt 25:53, 20-Buddy Boe 26:06, 21-Will Brown 26:29, 22Eric Barker 26:29, 23-Walt Bond 26:40, 24-Chris Hornberger 26:52, 25-Henry Englehardt 27:01. Female: 5K: Top 25 – 1-Katherine McWilliams 21:33, 2Dawn Casselberry 24:59, 3-Kweilyn Murphy 25:26, 4-Lauren Hanut 26:37, 5-Jennifer Cecil 26:45, 6-Michele Hollatz 27:27, 7-Randi Rousseau 27:35 8-Kate Aitken 27:56, 9-Diane Gravelle 28:02, 10-Niki Landry 28:59, 11-Chuck Kernion 26:49, 12-Hannah Guidry 29:08, 13-Leah Bahr 29:09, 14Becky Howlett 29:09, 15-Randi Adams 29:12, 16-Virlie Kastes 29:24, 17-Sara McCall 29:32, 18-Susan Rice 29:49, 19-Kristine Quinio 30:13, 20-Allison Horowtiz 30:40.1, 21Melissa Adams 30:40.3, 22-Stasi Bermard 30:48, 23-Sarah Richardson 30:53, 24-Melissa Cummings 30:59, 25-Lorrie Erario 31:04.
NORTH CAROLINA .The Knob 2-miler Boone, NC – 10/11
Male, Overall – Peyton Hoyal 15:22. 19-under – Will Vandenberg 17:28, Zach Cole 19:54, Bill Bisignani 22:17, Cole Horine 22:48, Benjamin Richard 23:16. 20-29 – Hoyal 15:22, Cameron Chappell 20:11, Cory Batts 21:28, John Hollander 21:35, Matt Campbell 21:44. 30-39 – Caleb Masland 16:03, Jonathan Wells 20:12, James Balcomb
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20:13, David Bowers 23:27, Patrick Howard 23:40. 40-49 – Jack Brown 20:53, Chris Squires 21:10, Chris Cutler 23:25, Johnny Vanderford 23:47, Jin Woo Jun 24:30. 50-59 – Terry Anderson 21:07, Jack Chambers 22:32, Stephen Spell 24:01, Anthony Palombo 24:23 Thomas Mueller 25:20. 60-69 – Kinney Baughman 24:49, Stephen Benson 29:23, Greg McGrath 31:38, Phil Stuart 34:18. 70-over – Dick Hearn 50:29. Female, Overall – Jacqueline Parsons 21:43. 19-under – Anna Ambrose 28:25, Valerie Henderson 28:48, Millicent Bean 30:08, Natalie Bouchard 32:44. 20-29 – Parsons 21:43, Jessica Smith 25:00, Amber Troutman 25:52, Hannah Sizemore 29:48, Kaylen Alford 31:02. 30-39 – Holly Klein 27:24, Melanie Johnstone 27:27, Robin Shealy 27:56, Brandi Brinegar 28:12, Kasey Kerley 28:30. 40-49 – Donna Jones 25:57, Donna Vanderford 29:25, Dawn Jensen 32:58, Carol Cook 35:26, Lisa Palermo 43:38. 50-59 – Michelle Johnson 24:45, Eri Ohashi 25:12, Julie Palombo 27:55, Tamara Bailey 29:20, Odette Pinske 43:40. 70-over – Joan Hearn 1:10:02.
Triangle Run for Autism 5K Raleigh, NC – 10/12 Male, Overall – Paul Springer 16:07, Omar Wiggan 16:13, Brett Howell 16:14. Masters – Ashley Bass 17:57, Jamie Barnes 18:11, Brian Lankford 18:23. 12-under - Adam Kanning 22:26, William Clemente 23:05, Matthew Roy 24:41. 13-19 – Alex Roy 17:55, Camden Carmichael 18:42, Jacob Seate 19:36. 20-24 – Nick Kisley 17:00, Set West 18:35, Addison English 18:39. 25-29 – Joseph Wood 18:54, Lemontrel Leary 19:21, Kalama Kabongo 19:27. 30-34 – Franz Klein 16:43, Dave Mead 1826, Mathew Brown 19:55. 35-39 – Ronnie Mitchell 19:10, Robbie Howell 19:14, Scott Hinds 19:17. 40-44 – Bill Anckner 19:39, Chad Lewis 20:27, John Soemer 21:21. 45-49 – Russell Florack 19:34, Andrew Scribner 19:52, Fred Hathaway 20:45. 50-54 – Jeff Crume 19:29, Rodney Gilmore 19:41, William Brown 19:46. 55-59 – John Evans 19:31, Elhaj Tayouga 20:37, Tim Beck 21:47. 60-64 – Gary Moss 19:48, Michael Martino 21:19, Geoff Bolton 23:04. 65-69 – Chip Dodd 22:41, William Wagner 23:33, Larry Costello 25:21. 70-74 – John Mitchell 23:31, Bo McDonald 32:09, David Dusenbury 34:25. 75-79 – Bob Dayoan 33:08. Female, Overall – Kari Johnson 18:44, Jackie Brooks 19:22, Michele Howell 19:42. Masters – Lynn Senior 23:20, Cheri Pederson 23:24, Dalila Dragnic-Cindric 24:35. 12-under – Ava Whitlark 21:44, Julia Priu 22:17, Katharine Priu 22:19. 13-19 – Kay Merry 22:37, Murphy Credle 23:13, Ellie White 24:18. 20-24 – Anne Wood 22:25, Christina Kellogg 24:26, Christina Pittman 26:35. 25-29 – Kelly Jones 22:49, Rebecca Skrobacki 23:44, Sarah Wyche 24:57. 30-34 – Kristy Smith 21:12, Jessica Amsbary 22:26, Anna Sledge 23:03. 35-39 – Jennifer Bennett 23:48, Jennifer Stuart 24:17, Rachel Fischer 25:00. 40-44 – Michele Rivera 24:46, Michelle Dreese 25:26, Barbara Ressler 26:08. 45-49 – Kathy McDowell 25:36, Laurie Edgerton 25:47, Cheryl Westbrook 26:28. 50-54 – Nell Ban 26:18, Anne Axberg 28:09, Nazaly Miller 29:53. 55-59 – Donna Evans 25:00, Leigh Wilson 25:39, Mary Moss 25:43. 60-64 – Kaye Holder 27:42, Susan Nealen 29:18, Pam Fishel 30:20. 65-69 – Carol Pastore 26:29, Sandra Wilson 45:08, Nancy Johnson 48:23. 70-74 – Barbara Latta 30:16, Barbara Kennedy 36:57, Helen Bonds 46:58.
Ales for Rail Trails 5K Durham, NC – 10/13 Male, Overall – Barton Bechard 18:07. 29-under – Alex Bibby 19:41, Conrad Stern-Ascher 19:57, Nic Phillips 19:59, Robert Hicks 21:10, George Linney 21:23. 30-50 – Jim Clabuesch 18:48, Anthony Corriveau 19:01, Adrien Cooper 19;21, Scott O’Brien 19:37, Ian Edwards 19:40. 51-over – Rich Danberg 18:53, Craig Gilbert 22:55, Patrick Pang 23:00, Bruce Pitner 26:35, Roberto Morales 26:41. Female, Overall – Marissa Ryan 17:08. 29-under – Maria Harper 20:05, Meghan O’Hara 20:55, Halley Bogart 21:18, Morgan Medders 22:11, Rachel Booker
23:33. 30-50 – Amanda LoPiccolo 17:54, Caren Mangarelli 19:51, Shannon Johnstone 21:31, Megan Sullivan 22:34, Jackie Gibson 22:55. 51-over – Fatma Albayrak 29:28, Rhonda Klevansky 29:54, Susie Gilbert 30:12, Neslisah Taner 30:25, Beth Plank 31:58.
Greensboro Marathon/Half Marathon/5K Greensboro, NC – 10/26 Male, Marathon: Overall – Bryan Morseman 2:30:30, Aaron Linz 2:46:37, Shannon Scott 2:49:08. 19-under – Cole Krajeski 4:11:01. 20-24 – Zachary Russell 3:11:04, Derrick Calamos 3:46:20, Robert Wesley 3:46:56. 25-29 – Chad Mitchell 2:59:58, Bradley Pinker 3:00:35, James Sullivan 3:04:31. 30-34 – Aaron Sanders 3:06:31, Jerry Moize 3:19:18, Paul Benjamin 3:27:58. 35-39 – Miguel Perez 2:53:04, Orinthal Striggles 2:58:56, Stephen Cowie 3:17:43. 40-44 – George Bene 2:54:45, Leon Lafreniere 3:12:55, Greg Thompson 3:16:33. 45-49 – Michael Stevenson 3:21:35, Bob Severs 3:23:37, Fil Faria 3:34:09. 50-54 – Richard Brodeur 3:20:33, Chris Torggler 3:23:00, John Tate 3:29:45. 55-59 – Igal Ben-Gal 3:38:56, Blair Holl 3:46:26, George Duval 3:58:39. 60-64 – Gary Parks 3:46:25, Tom Weber 4:25:07, Don Smythe 5:03:47. 65-69 – Frederick Beck 5:04:23, John Morris 5:22:23. 70-over – Richard Maggio 5:55:21. Female, Marathon: Overall – Ginny Cronley 2:51:07, Iman Wilkerson 3:12:34, Danielle Andolina 3:20:22. 19-under – Daniela Benitez 3:58:46, Haley Ghelfi 4:14:37, Hayden Taylor 5:03:46. 20-24 – Carolynn Brooks 3:35:18, Dana Bergstrom 3:51:41, Kristina Lusk 4:13:51. 25-29 – Elizabeth Spangler 3:28:48, Summer Ricketts 3:42:19, Kelsey Humphrey 3:49:33. 30-34 – Georgia Brotherton 3:34:03, Jennifer Parks 3:48:36, Sarah Dunning 4:01:15. 35-39 – Jeriann Severson 3:37:44, Michael Stys 3:40:20, Amber Goetz—Bouchard 3:44:06. 40-44 – Dena Harris 3:36:57, Suzanne McAuliffe 3:38:45, Michelle Walker 3:41:17. 45-49 – Karen McClintick 3:37:45, Cindy Kearns-Barbour 3:49:18, Julie Deklavon 4:37:28. 50-54 – Phyllis Pulling 3:47:12, Kimberly Poland 3:57:14, Robin Stebbins 4:28:29. 55-59 – Susan Smith 4:17:11, Ophelia Moore 4:31:22, Linda Pinnell 5:05:09. 65-69 – Kathleen Gorman 6:24:06. Male, Half marathon: Overall – Tibor Vegh 1:12:00, Stevven Anderson 1:15:19, Tegan Magsam 1:27:21. 19-under – Austin Duerfeldt 1:27:50, Noah Zaiser 1:45:19, Sean Nowlin 1:59:04. 20-24 – Grant De Roo 1:28:13, Jordan Humphrey 1:29:45, Eric Palin 1:42:30. 25-29 –Jason Jones 1:41:50, Tyler Beck 1:44:40, Lance Billy 1:44:35. 30-34 – Nathan Battle 1:31:28, Scott Pifer 1:36:54, Chris Zimmer 1:37:09. 35-39 – Tom Christopher 1:28:27, Zachary Beckner 1:32:55, Todd Warren 1:42:50. 40-44 – Miguel Rivera 1:45:50, Ceasar Vazquez 1:45:50, Kevin Nowlin 1:48:26. 45-49 – Ames Chamberlin 1:43:48, John Strain 1:47:35, Bill Watson 1:48:30. 50-54 – Donald Miller 1:28:34, R.I. Bynum 1:36:47, Tom Norton 1:44:39. 55-59 – Wiley Sykes 1:49:57, Joseph Rubacky 1:53:11, Wes Koonts 1:53:59. 60-64 – Edward Abraham 1:51:33, George Tapper 1:53:32, Phil McNeill 1:59:38. 65-69 – Walter Harvey 2:30:13, Steve Loflin 2:32:38. 70-over – Joseph Murphy 3:15:24. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Kristina Vegh 1:20:53, Dalena 1:23:59, Kari Johnson 1:28:32. 19-under – Hailey Rizza 1:42:52, Bella Murray 1:59:05, Anna Gabrielli 2:08:52. 20-24 – Emily Tryon 1:35:07, Krista Kjorlaug 1:36:29, Kelsey Cline 1:44:24. 25-29 – Heather Winslow 1:37:35, Anna Bridges 1:40:31, Carrie Robbins 1:41:08. 30-34 – Alicia Rider 1:35:53, Katie Winther 1:38:14, Jaime Troxler 1:44:24. 35-39 – Louisa Raisbeck 1:45:30, Marisa Winfield 1:50:43, Kristin Twitchell 1:50:43. 40-44 – Syliva Ortiz 1:43:48, Andrea Polina 1:45:40, Jennifer Klein 1:49:04. 45-49 – Rosa Mckenzie-Alonso 1:45:57, Diana Rizza 1:52:16, Jane Putnam 1:54:26. 50-54 – Susan Norton 1:57:04, Peggy Hewitt 1:59:59, Lizabeth Peter 2:04:53. 55-59 – Diana Hoxie 1:52:39, Joanna Delman 2:23:53, Teresa Groff 2:26:07. 60-64 – Janet McCall 2:42:04, Bobbie Smythe 2:51:48, Gerry Johnson 4:04:01. Male, 5K: Overall – John Teeter 16:52, Owen States 17:51, Aaron Kidd 18:54. 19-under – Andrew Ramsey 18:59, Sasha Varlamov 20:17, Mrshall Williams 21:30. 20-24 – Lamar White 22:38, Greg Simecek 23:29. 25-29 – Adam Ziebell 24:36, Thurl Beilay 37:20. 30-34 – Michael McDougle 24:47, Gary
Osterhout 27:32, James Urbas 54:01. 35-39 – Brian Sexton 29:10, Lee Templeton 31:11, Robert Parrish 34:54. 40-44 – Chris Kendrick 27:52, Kurt Hicks 28:59, Lance Allega 30:25. 45-49 – Jerry Carson 39:37. 50-54 – Mark Cheek 47:30. 5559 – Mike Shields 21:53. 65-69 – Russell Smith 20:24. Female, 5K: Overall – Kate Maxwell 19:27, Amanda Castillo 24:05, Rebecca Sawyer 24:15. 19-under – Emily Esterwood 25:24, Kaylee Vanderhoef 27:16, Myungah Han 27:36. 20-24 – Alexandra Pappas 28:06, Judith Colt 28:09, Kysten Vanderhoef Sorenson 28:43. 25-29 – Lexi Lackey 28:28, Erin Christmas 30:45, Anne Kome 31:05. 30-34 – Kendra Amernick 28:16, Kendra Debari 31:06, Crystale Gorny 31:51. 35-39 – Julie Dallaire 37:20, Allison McKamey 41:58, Amylynn Albright 48:20. 4549 – Beverly Vanderhoef 36:18. 50-54 – Linda Schumacher 35:04. 55-59 – Karen Collins 30:54, Beatriz Ortiz 31:14. 6064 – Sue Hagan 39:42.
Jack O’ Lantern Jaunt 5K Concord, NC – 10/26 Male, Overall – Robert Longstreet 18:15. Masters – Huey Inman 20:15. Grandmasters – Michael Thayer 21:04. 8-under – Daniel Tierney 29:12. 9-10 – Connor Merriman 22:33, Bryce Anderson 24:03, Daniel Sbardella 24:56. 11-12 – Grayson Selvey 26:11, Ian Mitchell 27:22, Jackson Hardister 29:14. 13-14 – Matthew Thayer 20:35, Jackson Bosley 21:45, Blake Bosley 22:31. 15-19 – Robert Sevin 20;47. 20-24 – Parth Mehta 25:03, Gavin Schoenleber 29:39. 25-29 – David Parisi 21:33, Garrett Ray 23:05, Eric Smallwood 23:44. 30-34 – Scott Harkey 21:56, Christopher Mann 26:57, John Beasley 29:30. 35-39 – Michael Braswell 24:08, Michael Adams 25:13, Thomas Homchik 25:41. 40-44 – Brian Landis 22:07, Patrick McPhail 24:26, Bryan Kiker 24:45. 45-49 – Richard Ellis 22:05, Jose Aguayo 22:58, Rob Sevin 24:52. 50-54 – Dan Hochberg 21:11, Jeff Linson 22:23, David Parisi 22:25. 55-59 – Michal Smith 25:55. 6064 – Robert Paratore 28:27, John Singler 32:11. 65-69 – Steve Austin 26:40. Female, Overall – Sydney Bowman 21:20. Masters – Dianne Allen 24:13. Grandmasters – Toni Cruz 24:35. 8-under – Leticia Villa-Vernandez 29:37, Kendall Rienbeck 32:49, Allyssa Johnson 35:06. 9-10 – Lauren Richards 21:34, Carley Keller 27:22, Neha Balakrkham 29:41. 11-12 – Meredith Sheridan 25:24, Kaelin Homchik 25:42, Chloe Robinson 36:24. 13-14 – Caroline Inman 22:15. 15-19 – Beida Benitez 23:29, Lexie Petty 24:57, Camille Martin 26:14. 25-29 – Olivia Smallwood 30:55, Kari Stranberg 38:31, Amanda Slater 43:07. 30-34 – Amanda Beasley 32:04, Jessica Carlson 34:55, Holly Pore 36:20. 35-39 – Jamie Engel 24:23, Sara Breggamann 27:38, Elaine Terzidis 28:01. 40-44 – Michele Hoheiser 25:07, Amy Newton 28:46, Julie Stegall 31:31. 45-49 – Karen Bowman 26:00, Lori Roughton 26:25, Susan Livengood 27:25. 50-54 – Trish Rogers 39:53, Karen Rupp-Irbamslo 44:40, Lisa Jenkins 47:40. 55-59 – Sue Levin 31:00, Tammie Smith 38:22, Shirley White 44:15. 6064 – Jacquelyn Helms 32:27, Barbara Walls 48:33. 75-over – Margaret Hagerty 56:31.
Bridge 2 Bridge Half Marathon/12K/5K Georgetown, SC – 10/12
Male, Half marathon: Overall – Tom Clifford 1:13:43, Lance Kinsey 1:25:28, John Hynes 1:28:20. 19-under – Jake Baugher 1:59:02. 20-24 – Benjamin Justus 1:37:44, Kevin Torres 1:38:24, Kendall Gibson 1:42:43. 25-29 – Jason Dority 1:40:01, Joshua Rabon 1:41:08, Steve Kornahrens 1:42:09.30-34 – Trevor Douglas 1:44:01, Sean Welsh 1:54:35, Marco Johanning 1:54:38. 3539 – Adam Rose 1:28:51, John Dupont 1:46:35, Jason Digs 1:53:59. 40-44 – Josh Hejl 1:46:18, Samuel Hubbard 1:46:42, Fred Heppding1:51:26. 45-49 – Jeff Sanders 1:30:13, Chris Fischer 1:42:12, William Bushnell 1:44:07. 5054 – Robert Vittetoe 1:38:43, Jeffrey Nixon 1:39:38, Scott Gibson 1:47:05. 55-59 – Mark Houde 1:31:12, Tim Clark 1:55:54, Pierre Coz 2:00:09. 60-64 – Michael Bujschem 1:50:15, Patrick Edmundson 1:58:10, H. Thomas 2:13:41. 65-69 – Michael Curran 2:13:38.29, Tom Welling 2:13:38.70, Danny McBee 2:44:18. Female, Half marathon Overall – Katie Gane 1:24:51, Ashley Evens 1:30:19, Leanne Johnson 1:30:37. 19-under – Kateland Todd 2:06:14. 20-24 – Amy Meredith 1:36:15, Chelsea 1:50:06, Emily Mills 2:00:11. 25-29 – Anna
Brittain 1:55:29, Gina Koch 1:56:42, Samentha Carpenter 2:00:11. 30-34 – Erin Hogston 1:31:52, Jessica Workman 1:40:27, Danielle Bauer 1:45:15. 35-39 – Caroline Friesen 1:37:58, Hanni Berger 1:39:36, Marcia Patience 1:52:39. 4044 – Tracey Couse 1:42:42, Pamela Martin 2:00:07, Tricia Maloney 2:08:49. 45-49 – Aixa Mari-Rodriuez 2:01:43, Stephanie Davis 2:04:58, Nora Paminteri 2:08:01. 50-54 – Tracy Meyers 1:59:07, Grace Kelley 2:00:19, Janey Mitchell 2:06:50. 55-59 – Mary Paige Murray 2:18:24, Cheryl Edwards 2:28:59, Kathy Elliott 2:30:42. 60-64 – Gwen Fowler 2:17:35, Jackie Dingle 2:41:02. Male, 12K: Overall – Marc Embler 45:52, Tyler Cross 46:36, Nathan Batt 48:26. 19-under – Joe Sherman 1:04:23. 20-24 – Daniel Baker 51:45. 25-29 – Polycarpe Bilindiru 1:04:52. 30-34 – Lee Moore 48:44, Andy Cauble 1:02:01. 35-39 – Desmond Young 51:51, Daniel Brass 54:01. 40-44 – Mark Neill 55:57, Lowell Inman 1:04:25. 45-49 – Mike Frederick 1:14:32, Bruce Fick 1:23:21. 50-54 – Bryan Meyers 53:05, Kent Lohr 1:02:27. 5559 – Dan Roder 54:58, Tony Goins 1:17:21, Mark Biewer 1:18:56. 65-69 – Donald Terrill 1:16:52. 70-over – Joseph Myers 1:57:55. Female, 12K: Overall – Andrea Rose 52:00, Ruth Marie Embler 52:25, Becky Dougherty 57:29. 20-24 – Chelsea Leroux 1:14:10, Kaelyn Hiler 1:16:05. 25-29 – Larsyn Runion 1:08:52, Karen Pucino 1:13:07. 30-34 – Amie Hulet 1:07:21, Pamela Colvard 1:09:39. 35-39 – Trish Lord 1:06:12, Wendy Mercado 1:12:59. 40-44 – Stacey Psikula 1:29:54, Rhonda Webb 1:48:51. 45-49 – Greer Inman 1:06:43, Rene Pulley 1:11:52. 50-54 – Nancy Roder 1:08:05, Michelle Richardson 1:09:25. 55-59 – Jennifer Blalock 1:39:07, Karen Bittner 1:43:07. 60-64 – Christine Bean 1:27:59. 65-69 – Cathy Sivertsen 1:32:49. Male, 5K: Overall – Ward Daniels 20:32, Ryan Quinn 21:02, John Schmale 21:14. 19-under – Myles Starnes 21:18, Will Bellune 22:36. 2024 – Richard Blume 28:33, Jesse Burbage 1:02:44. 25-29 – Jonathan Miller 27:10, Timothy Phipps 31:07. 30-34 – Andrew Deholl 24:18, Thomas Monroe 29:13. 35-39 – Keven Jones 21:37, Bryce Garbrecht 24:15. 40-44 – Chris Hapeshis 22:10, Peter Stevens 25:25. 45-49 – Earl Robbins 22:41, Joseph Pitman 32;09. 50-54 – Brad Hafey 24:52, Butch Porter 28:33. 55-59 – Jerry Amos 25:18, Bruce Winship 26:57. 60-64 – Jim Jamieson 29:34, Jim Carroll 33:05. 6569 – Cal Ferguson 36:10, Carl Sivertsen 56:03. 70-over – Don Smith 42:29. Female, 5K: Overall – Mary Jordan 21:48, Lauraloo Quinn 22:30, Kelsea Hemeon 23:58. 19-under – Emerson Pate 25:26, Carrie Gilleland 28:40. 20-24 – Abby Davis 25:09, Danette Miller 27:22. 25-29 – Mary Myers 24:12, Colleen Trusdale 30:48. 30-34 – Erin Clow 27:46, Karen Burlingame 31:27. 35-39 – Ashley Robbins 25:28, Jennifer Owens 27:58. 40-44 – Dawn White 24:06, Veronique Stevens 26:12. 45-49 – Michele Gardner 29:03, Gayle Williams 29:08. 50-54 – Patrici Maccariella 30:57, Sarah Mims 31:04. 55-59 – Joan Carroll 36:14, Carol Jayroe 39:20. 60-64 – Deborah Boettcher 37:33, Jeanie Dailey 37:37. 65-69 – Patti Ferguson 37:54, Janis Harvey 54:15.
Ray Tanner Home Run 12K/5K Columbia, SC – 10/12 Male, 12K: Overall – Eric Ashton 38:18, Tim Jeffreys 38:47, Jonathan Eggert 40:49. Masters – Larry Jourdain 47:21. Grandmasters – Paul Laymon 49:42. 10-under – Benjamin Sparaco 1:30:50. 14-16 – Keimani Williams 1:03:02, Dalton Lambert 1:21:29. 17-19 – Guy McCarter 42:53, James McGaha 52:26, Parker Moore 57:09. 20-24 – Rick Southard 47:27, Adam King 49:39, Thomas Fisher 51:49. 25-29 – Matt Henderson 44:31, Matthew Pollard 48:26, John Riggs 49:23. 30-34 – Justin Bishop 42:32, Ryan Plexico 44:06, Frank Clark 45:38. 35-39 – Phil Midden 47:14, Robert Yerer 47:22, Scott Flicker 47:45. 40-44 – Brent Shealy 48:54, Kenny Culbertson 49:17, Bob Mathews 49:17. 45-49 – Brad Marlow 48:45, Dale Looper 49:45, Ed Aufuldish 52:34. 50-54 – Jay Hammond 51:55, Phil Togneri 54:55, Scott Collard 55:43. 55-59 – Larry Bates 55:32, John Ramage 57:42, Larry Christy 59:08. 60-64 – Bob Auman 54:55, Mike Compton 57:22, Bill Iskrzak 1:00:22. 65-69 – Jan Hardwick 54:28, Peter Mugglestone 1:11:40, Charles
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Palmieri 1:12:43. 70-74 – John Sneed 58:38. 75-over – Henry Holt 1:08:25, Bill Blask 1:31:01, Jesse Smarr 1:39:17. Female, 12K: Overall – Ashlee Sears 50:18, Devon Shirley 50:33, Rian Landers-Ramos 50:33. Masters – Birgit Spann 51:07. Grandmasters – Susan Dewitt 55:49. 14-16 – Sydney Daniels 1:10:16. 17-19 – Sarah Scully 53:13, Carissia Sharts 1:08:15, Elizabeth McKenzie 1:19:02. 20-24 – Lauryn Schubiger 58:34, Valori Hurley 58:34, Reagan Kiser 1:03:06. 25-29 – Jennifer Lybrand 54:39, Kortni Koutrakos 56:24, Katheryn Morse 58:12. 30-34 – Erin Swanson 55:48, Kathryn Ryan 59:09, Meghan Thompson 1:01:06. 35-39 – Linn Hall 51:01, Kelly Miller 51:22, Olivia Whitley 55:23. 40-44 – Jennifer Conrick 54:53, Edie Goldsmith 58:23, Renee Perks 58:33. 45-49 – Sharon Cole 52:35, Tina Paulsen 56:20, Michele Reagan 1:00:02. 50-54 – Lisa King 1:02:28, Terrie Reames 1:02:58, Sharon Jansky 1:03:10. 55-59 – Carol Wallace 1:02:14, Sue Porter 1:10:49, Marie Queen 1:12:35. 60-64 – Becky Morgan 1:15:00, Laura Griese 1:19:26, Karon Kramer 1:20:33. 65-69 – Marie Bridges 1:12:51, Laura Thompson 1:22:18, Sheryl Bingham 1:29:02. Male, 5K: Overall – Michael Rusnaczyk 16:07, Greg Lowing 16:28, Daniel Novak 16:40. Masters – Eric Allers 18:38. Grandmasters – Jim Cannon 19:45. 10-under – Garrison Budic 21:36, Cooper Revels 22:58, Brady Ward 24:51. 11-13 – Bennett Egan 19:26, Palmer Dayhuff 20:20, Dyllan Gorrin 22:37. 14-16 – Shashwat Ravi 18:57, Tyler Leonard 20:44, Brandon Sellers 21:36. 17-19 – Evan Mikula 19:11, Isaac Elizondo 19:16, Zac Miller 20:19. 20-24 – Terrence Carmichael 19:59, Tucker Barrett 20:52, Austin McCullough 21:14. 25-29 – Travis Moran 18:55, Brandon Vauhn 22:08, Chris Oden 23:05. 30-34 – Shaun Halford 22:40, Andrew Seidenberg 24:27, Joseph Cerniglia 24:39. 35-39 – Collin Webster 19:44, Arnold Hardy 22:00, Jonathan Moore 22:54. 40-44 – Brian Clyburn 19:51, Clayton Storey 20:34, Jeff Curran 21:11. 45-49 – Joel Watts 22:10, Joe Don Ross 23:42, Kevin Bair 24:58. 50-54 – Monty Metts 21:39, Jonathan King 23:36, Keith Byrom 23:38. 55-59 – David Boucher 23:46, Ernest Williams 29:04, Mike Matthews 29:57. 60-64 – Barry Schneiderman 23:52, John Bowen 25:45, Pete Poore 27:08. 65-69 – Ron Hagell 27:44, Robert Frank 34:13, Harry Goldberg 34:23. 70-74 – Rocky Soderberg 27:02, Doug Jones 30:00, John Calore 30:16. 75over – Will Yarborough 36:52, Otto Jansky 41:36. Female, 5K: Overall – Kathryn Cavanaugh 18:31, Heather Costello 19:14, Sarah Allers 20:21. Masters – Tracy Tisdale 26:22. Grandmasters – Jenny Vaughn 26:40. 10-under – Jenna Stroupe 30:44, Laci Dubose 30:47, Madison Metts 30:48. 11-13 – Emely Adame-Ramirez 22:19, Ashley Maddock 22:39, Marco Michel 24:56. 14-16 – Olivia Brown 23:42, Mary Emma Dayhuff 24:16, Kaya Magan 24:54. 17-19 – Carolina Gasser 22:05, Lindsey Smith 22:34, Sellers Williamson 24:14. 20-24 – Caitlin Sullivan 24:34, Madison Stewart 25:54, Victoria Rentschler 26:31. 25-29 – Eunice Nettles 24:54, Jessica Baril 26:14, Courtney Ray 26:18. 3034 – Lori Latham 22:56, Anna Calhoun 26:57, Ronda Sanders 27:57. 35-39 – Jennifer Hill 25:30, Jennifer Liester 25:43, Brie McGrievy 25:45. 40-44 – Renee Prince 27:01, Caroline Keen 28:00, Melissa Bennett 31:02. 45-49 – Tammy Miles 28:26, Tonnya Kohn 29:12, Cheryl Vaught 29:44. 50-54 – Janet Kay 28:04, Marcia Stokes 30:02, Cindy Grant 30:30. 55-59 – Lynne Davis 32:37, MarthaEline 33:15, Dolly Rodgers 35:33. 60-64 – Debra Geddings 31:21, Sandra Owen 34:23, Mary Pelkey 34:39. 65-69 – Nancee Sneed 34:31, Catherine Peel 37:10, Mary Augustine 38:14. – Strictly Running
Hilton Head Bridge Run 10K/5K Hilton Head, SC – 10/19 Male, 10K: Overall – Cisco Ferre 34:54, John Tolerton 36:30, Jeff Ford 36:52. Masters – Chip Collins 38:05, Mark White 38:07, David Lewis 38:42. Grandmasters – Duffie Stone 42:57. 14-19 – Phillip Evans 37:04, Chase Sanders 39:31, Weston Sanders 40:03. 20-24 – Tim Price 37:15, David
Chesworth 42:21, Alex Santa 44:32. 25-29 – Michael Withrow 39:29, Chris Melling 42:39, Andy McMillen 46:16. 30-34 – Gon Trimbe 47:28, Noam Hellman 48:27, Israel Mora 49:32. 35-39 – Kevin Purvis 45:26, Ben Stimart 48:18, William Reid 57:59. 40-44 – Bryan Law 45:47, Jorge Rodriguez 49:35, James Blankenship 56:31. 45-49 – Alfred Olivetti 42:44, Glenn Lankowski 43:11, Gregg Fulton 54:35. 50-54 – Garth Swift 43:56, Michael Methvin 51:25, Steven Starling 53:40. 55-59 – Jonathan Levy 47:29, David Lieberman 47:57, David Luce 48:11. 60-64 – Don Weller 48:36, William Dusch 48:48, Jeff Weber 49:49. 65-69 – Fred Corpuz 46:37, Robert Long 51:16, Toney Mathews 58:05. 75over – Hector Esquivel 1:19:52. Female, 10K: Overall – Caitlin Judd 37:41, Terri-Marie Mahoney 41:01, Krista Dunton 43:52. Masters – Mylinda OQuinn 46:11, Amie Lankowski 48:27, Lori Holland 50:10. Grandmasters – Jamee Cochary 52:08. 13-under – Marycarter Buck 57:59. 14-19 – Ruth Eklund 1:01:15. 20-24 – Tabina Chuk 49:56, Chelsea Mouton 51:38, Lindsey Pearson 53:08. 25-29 – Lindsay Pemberton 46:51, Rachel Pemberton 49:51, Megan Romeo 54:37. 30-34 – Melissa Johnson 51:07, Karen Lacombe 55:11, Laura Wuller 55:37. 35-39 – Susan Batten 48:16, Alicia Weaver 57:49, Melanie Toomey 58:03. 40-44 – Dianne Mejeroni 52:00, Erin Fedorko 52:31, Jennifer Bonomini 53:45. 45-49 – Mimi Pearson 52:25, Maryanne Laskowitz 56:19, Wendy Methvin 57:37. 50-54 – Stacey Shea 52:53, Calogera Becker 57:50, Julie Bell 1:11:23. 55-59 – AnneLawless 53:37, Karen Holland 1:00:16, Norma Viera 1:04:24. 60-64 – Peggy Law 59:25, Casey Vanderveer 1:05:26, Bev Wood 1:05:59. 65-69 – Rosemary Cilento 1:02:33, Jann Denoncourt 1:06:11. 7074 – Elaine Dowden 1:11:05, Barbara Osler 1:24:25. Male, 5K: Overall – Irv Batten 17:36, Wesley Long 18:30, Ben Gilman 18:39. 13-under – Sam Gilman 19:09, Ryan Moosbrugger 21:44, Aidan Sanz 22:10. 14-19 – Jackson Henz 19:51, Jackson Richard 21:19, Jack Dextraze 22:31. 20-24 – Morgan Bass 22:30, Charlie Chaney 24:07, Antwan Smalls 24:27. 25-29 – Danny Nash 23:02, Tony Lucio 25:23, Kirk Prinsen 41:40. 3034 – Brian Hames 22:04, Chris Spargur 22:08, Ryan Walsh 36:35. 35-39 – Josh Sturgis 25:18, Jimmy Schneider 15:37, Brad Schmitz 41:16. 40-44 – Daniel Neudoza 19:00, Paul Bullard 22:22, David Kerns 24:45. 45-49 – Dennis Monts 24:02, Mike Wright 27:34, Robert Fedorko 30:02. 50-54 – Ken Sausedo 25:15, Robert Anderson 26:23, Al Moosebrugger 29:15. 55-59 – And Tedesco 19:10, Don Daurora 23:40, Murray Oberacker 26:04. 60-64 – Thomas Ruck 34:35, Robert Pearson 34:38, Rick Ulrich 45:14. 65over – Bob Juchno 26:29, David Crowell 31:10, Bill Escher 31:40. Female, 5K: Overall – Sarah Looke 21:00, Maren Czura 22:15, Courtney 23:12. 13-under – Olivia Light 24:43, Caitlin Heidel 28:01, Steffi Martin 35:20. 14-19 – Grace Orie 26:22, Foster Willey 26:22, Caroline Thee 34:48. 20-24 – Kate McCullion 28:27, Michelle Borkey 35:00, Nicole Carlisle 40:43. 25-29 – Danielle Sumner 25:58, Michelle Smith 26:54, Kate Boardman 28:26. 30-34 – Lindsey Spargur 26:39, Rebecca Ford 28:02, Kristin Johnson 31:35. 35-39 – Rosa Villalba 25:30, Herkamal 27:14, Lynn Nguyen 27:37. 40-44 – Jennifer Huskino 28:20, Tonya Rider 29:02, Stephanie 31:38. 45-49 – Theresa Lister 29:27, Francine Tobin 29:55, Melanie French 30:23. 50-54 – Denise Daurora 25:42, Teresa Mitchell 26:37, Maureen Berrigan 29:11. 55-59 – Jill Staples 31:35, Lauren Schepp 32:36, Marianne Benetta 32:42. 60-64 – Sarah Coffin 29:16, Phyllis Merchen 29:33, Loretta Savidge 30:36. 65-over – Lucy Young 36:53, Lynn Sheppard 43:21, Helen Wohlfarth 48:52.
Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon, Coastal 5K Myrtle Beach, SC – 10/21 Male, Half marathon: Overall – Donald Hodgins 1:14:29, Chris Capps 1:14:51, Benjamin Godfrey 1:15:02. 14-under – Kaleb Davis 1:34:50, Kameron Batten 1:44:23, Nathaniel Foltz 1:53:57. 15-19 – Peter Mitchell 1:17:46, Spencer Waters 1:32:27, Jonathan Nichols 1:33:07. 20-24 – Jacob Wade 1:17:41, Cory Tretsky 1:25:38, Gage Hicks 1:27:00. 25-29 – Luke Boling 1:15:57, Todd Hunt 1:24:26, Arthur Miller 1:25:14. 30-34 – Patrick Armeen 1:21:13, James Uden 1:29:07, Max Griffith 1:32:31. 35-39 – Robert Carroca 1:18:20, Diego Sosa 1:22:19, John Hynes 1:22:21.
www.running.net 40-44 – Robert Dinterman 1:18:14, Michael Welker 1:27:31, Scott Brewer 1:29:34. 45-49 – Dan Hatton 1:23:37, Chris Kitzler 1:28:01, Jeff Sanders 1:28:27. 50-54 – Dwayne Carter 1:27:45, James Drummond 1:27:52, Stephan Dobson 1:29:50. 55-59 – Jimmy Arnold 1:29:13, Perry Guy 1:42:35, Carroll Fitzgerald 1:42:56. 60-64 – Richard Hefner 1:34:24, Manuel Lopez 1:47:30, Steve Bortnyk 1:48:46. 65-69 – Randy Mendat 1:36:38, Earl Jackson 1:41:51, Anthony Southerland 1:49:25. 70-74 – Richie Landsman 1:55:25, Gerald Kemman 1:58:07, Jim Sibley 2:04:02. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Zola Pieterse 1:21:15, Jacqueline Parsons 1:25:46, Jessica Alley 1:26:41. 14-under – Makenzy Mandeville 2:24:53, Janneke Morin 3:02:33. 15-19 – Danielle Clardy 1:53:32, Kristen Smith 1:55:19, Heather Jones 1:55:58. 20-24 – Samantha Woloszyn 1:35:24, Anna Wayne 1:39:31, Sarah Brown 1:39:51. 25-29 – Ashley Akins 1:33:00, Lauren Hutson 1:38:09, Amy Bailey 1:41:11. 30-34 – Leanne Johnson 1:28:35, Carrie Thomas 1:36:29, Olivia Appling 1:37:05. 3539 – Suzanne Tulsey 1:27:32, Alice Kassens 1:31:36, Kelly Lowman 1:33:21. 40-44 – Maureen Thomas 1:33:19, April Snow 1:36:57, Wendy Hart 1:44:20. 45-49 – Deb Ryan 1:21:15, Deb Ryan 1:29:01, Lucinda Hughes 1:41:45. 50-54 – Kathleen Russo 1:39:35, Vaunette Coache 1:41:56, Gail Davis 1:45:34. 55-59 – Anna Bouzyk 1:53:55, Connie David 1:56:18, Charlene Riley 1:56:37. 60-64 – Carolyn Kanoy 1:57:34, Ivy Harris 2:00:25, Mary Blanchet 2:03:33. 65-69 – Jane Serues 1:51:15, Peggy Hansen 1:56:10, Kathy Labuda 2:30:01. 70-74 – Janice Hicks 2;09:26, Ginny Ries 3:02:18, Shirley 3:21:47. Male, 5K: Top 25 finishers – 1-Matt Shock 16:00, 2-Todd Hunt 18:31, 3-Daniel Brooks 18:34, 4-Vincent Avitabile 18:38, 5-Lucas Pipkin 18:46, 6-Samuel Lanning 18:58, 7Michael Hannan 19:02, 8-James Drummond 19:20, 9-Drew Sharpe 19:37, 10-Jimmy Arnold 19:42, 11-Howard Tilford 19:51, 12-Daniel Brass 20:36, 13-Mark Comer 20:47, 14Ryan Woloszyn 20:52, 15-David King 21:00, 16-Shawn Okane 21:06, 17-Rob Malone 21:20, 18-Brian Povish 21:29, 19-Ricky Davis 21;35, 20-David Hancock 21:39, 21-Ken Bowling 21:49, 22-Cole Horton 21:49, 23-Steve Isley 21:54, 24-Ralph Sullenberger 21:59, 25-Deckster Barlowe 22:01. Female, 5K: Top 25 finishers – 1-Michelle Ziegler 18:18, 2-Tunde Mullins 21:40, 3-Madison Tilford 22:03, 4-Becky Dougherty 22:13, 5-Anna-Banks Turberville 22:22, 6-Heather Jones 22:25, 7-Tracey DeForest 22:31, 8-Grace Medei 22:51, 9-Tonya Gilley 22:58, 10-Mary Margaret McEachern 23:09, 11-Betsy Green 23:49, 12-Sue Gordon 23:52, 13-Alexandra Wilding 24:03, 14-Sara Blose 24:14, 15-Miranda Sharpe 24:22, 16-Brooke Robinson 24:28, 17-Michele Turberville 24:30, 18-Stefanie Hubble 24:32, 19-Pamela Leith 24:35, 20Jessica McKay 24:37, 21-Abbigale McKay 24:43, 22-Dianne Day 24:45, 23-Karisa Tilford 24:57, 24-Amy Solares 25:00, 25-Wanda Mathis 25:02.
Safe in the City 5K Columbia, SC – 10/25 Male, Overall – Tim Jeffreys 15:33. 10-under – Brady Ward 24:14, Tyler Hilbert 24:44. 14-16 – Daniel Branham 24:09, Ethan Coulter 25:28, Dalton Lambert 31:30. 17-19 – Jeremy Bates 24:16. 20-24 – Alexander Musgrove 23:11, Tripp Bartlett 23:22, Gregory Lune 23:29. 25-29 – Travis Morgan 18:12, Thurman Trapp 19:00, Richard Vriesinga 19:16. 30-34 – Justin Bishop 15:56, Jason Dimery 17:53, Sean Rayford 19:35. 35-39 – Drew Williams 18:18, Code Brown 19:20, Tyler McGaha 20:00. 4044 – Eric Allers 18:05, W. Royall 20:30, Art Lambert 22:35. 45-49 – Mark Wilke 19:58, Shaggy Hodukavich 21:59, Eliere Tolan 22:52. 50-54 – Howie Phan 19:08, Billy Tisdale 19:26, Phillip Payne 19:32. 55-59 – Geary McAlister 19:44, Lorand Battern 21:47, Jim Manning 24:59. 60-64 – Mike Compton 21:42, Alex Ponomarev 26:18, Jeff Pace 40:24. 65-69 – John Hancock 29:47, David Gdovin 47:11. 70-over – Arnold Floyd 23;20, Rocky Soderberg 28:02, Henry Hold 28:42. Female, Overall – Heather Hunt 17:38. 11-13 – Jocelyn Dubois 33:39, Brooke Ward 33:59. 14-16 – Zoey Johnson 49:37. 17-19 – Hannah Duncan 31:44, Faith Campbell 43:52. 20-24 – Anna Battiata 18:21, Sydney Frontz 20:31, Samantha Yeomen 25:27. 25-29 – Caroline Peyton 18:38, Jennifer Lybrand 20:54, Kaitlyn Marshall 24:07. 30-34 – Kathryn Cavanaugh 18:30, Cymbeline Wilke 20:37, Sheila Subbarao 26:09. 35-39 – Linn Hall 19:57, Jennifer Hill 24:27, Carrie Copenhafer 27:43. 40-44 – Shannon Iriel 19:24, Meme Spurgeon 24:00, Tracy Tisdale 26:14. 45-49 – Nancy Martin 30:33, Laurie Williams 30:38, Mary Duncan 30:50. 50-54 –
Sarah Allers 20:28, Susan Rogers 21:52, Lisa King 24:03. 55-59 –Valerie Selby 35:04, Sandra Manning 36:20, Chena Melvin 40:46. 60-64 – Brigitte Smith 33;46, Joette Gdovin – Strictly Running 47:11. 65-69 – Bertha Manning 54:14.
Zombie Run 5K Bluffton, SC – 10/26 Male, Overall – Dylan McMahan 19:16, Zachary Yates 19:25, Brad Eggiman 20:06. 12-under – John Peduzzi 23:41, Joseph Dicarlo 25:08, Kyle Martin 28:12. 13-20 – Cody Justice 20:23, Zac Gue 22:01, Josh Gue 22:32. 21-30 – Dominic Viola 21:50, Todd Fox 23:49, Daniel Miranda 28:41. 31-40 – Israel Hernandez 20:56, Jon Beard 21:37, Kevin Purvis 21:51. 41-50 – Richard Moran 25:18, Joseph McDonald 25:45, Mike Gump 27:22. 51-60 – David Green 23:51, Pete Knight 28:16, John Vallone 29:45. 61-over – David Crowell 29:19, John Dipaola 38:04, David Schlentner 48:10. Female, Overall – Elizabeth Beller 20:07, Amy Fryt 21:48, Thuy-Linh Tran 22:46. 12-under – Alora Orr 23:57, Shannah Stewart 25:03, Annelise Martin 30:08. 13-20 – Alaina Tanis 27:26, Ashlyn Houston 27:28, Quinn Bodie 28:37. 21-30 – Kristine Steiner 22:54, Marija Staznik 26:55, Shannah Thomas 27:00. 31-40 – Jennifer Stanger 24:13, Tennille Schefiff 24:40, Gabriela Cicha 26:31. 41-50 – Amy Knight 23:44, Lori Holland 24:25, Leslie Martin 29:26. 51-60 – Christine Falk 30:55, Joellen Sereno 38:01, Margie Alexander 38:04. 61-over – Terry Taylor 30:40, Elaine Dowden 34:27, Nan Cooney 48:11.
Run Like a Nut Half marathon, 10K, 5K Florence, SC – 11/2 Half Marathon, Top 50– 1-Steven Verlander 1:24:23, 2Gordon Sherard 1:27:50, 3-Justin Bullard 1:28:07, 4-Sean Kurdys 1:28:24, 5-Robbie McLendon 1:28:59, 6-John Wilson 1:29:06, 7-William Webster 1:29:14, 8-Bill Edwards 1:29:18, 9-Sarah Batt 1:29:53, 10-David Myer 1:30:24, 11-John Pazoan 1:30:37, 12-Phil Feisal 1:30:49,13-Brian Crisp 1:31:29, 14-Brian Warren 1:34:21, 15-Kelly Lookadoo 1:34:41, 16-Jonathan Player 1:34:41,17-Mike Zold 1:35:05, 18-Glenn Godfrey 1:35:08, 19-Amy Verlander 1:36:39, 20Mark Bailey 1:36:44, 21-Elliott Tait 1:37:04, 22-Robert Tilton 1:37:40,23-Todd Miller 1:37:54, 24-George Waldschmidt 1:38:33, 25-Corlee Stopa 1:38:35, 26-Grayson Hill 1:39:15, 27-Eric Danneker 1:39:22, 28-Scott Shelley 1:39:51.429Matt Haller 1:40:32, 30-Bryan Patterson 1:41:58, 31-Jeremy Fowler 1:42:00, 32-Darrell Andrews 1:43:17, 33-Britton Yarborough 1:43:36, 34-Edie Goldsmith 1:44:14, 35-Sergio Vazquez 1:44:43, 36-Amanda Sauer 1:44:51, 37-Cates Saleeby 1:44:52, 38-Ken Brown 1:44:52, 39-Daniel Casillo 1:46:32, 40-Zafar Shahbaz 1:48:49, 41-Amanda Casillo 1:49:00, 42-Michael Vause 1:49:50, 43-Barry Bishop 1:49:59, 44-Veronica Robertson 1:50:06, 45-Rosi Clanton 1:52:59,46-Molly Larkins 1:53:06, 47-Maureen OConnor 1:53:08, 48-Sonny Barnes 1:53:26,49-Rachel Purcell 1:54:15,50-Elizabeth Ficik 1:54:23. 10K, Top 25-1-David McCracken 38:30, 2-Jessica Dennison 40:12, 3-Mary Higgins 42:59, 4-Thomas Johnston 45:01, 5-Shane Norris 47:07, 6-Christin Snipes 47:1, 7Christina Kivi 47:40, 8-Ronnie Watts 48:34, 9-Alexandra Parker 48:38, 10-Julie Bullard 50:10, 11-Johnothon Green 50:31, 12-Winston Stewart 50:38.7, 13-Dana Wagner 52:58, 14-William Johnson 53:29, 15-Jonathan Hollifield 53:35, 16Rebecca Eubanks 53:40, 17-Erin Powers 53:41, 18-Rusty Ray 53:47, 19-Marty Honney 55:28, 20-Julie Falconer 59:25, 21-Richard Hinson 59:54, 22-Paula Hinson 1:00:14, 23Robert Knight 1:00:51, 24-Dan Massey 1:00:57, 25-Joshua Leviner 1:02:13.9. 5K, Top 50: 1-Mike Schrum 19:07, 2-Asa Van Dyne 20:05, 3-Gene Grimsley 20:30, 4-Brandon Fain 20:48, 5-Anna Todd 21:23, 6-Anne Green 21:45, 7-Gregory Belk 22:57, 8-Arnold Floyd 23:03, 9-Sheldon Shady 23:12, 10-Whitney Anderson 23:16, 11-Jon Emery 23:56, 12-Louis Venters 24:08, 13Kristofer Moore 24:10, 14-Ty Baumbaugh 24:23, 15-Terrell Burch 24:25, 16-Greg Welch 24:53, 17-Thomas Cherry Jr 24:56, 18-Lauren Dreitlein 25:03, 19-Shelby Matthews 25:08, 20-Bryan McKenzie 25:15, 21-Catie Kelley 25:28, 22Stacye Drose 25:40, 23-Chris Drose 25:43, 24-Jeff Hinson 25:44, 25-William Daniel 25:49, 26-Lonnie Bethea 26:01, 27Kevin Beasley 26:03, 28-Alexandra Flores 26:14, 29Nathaniel Schermerhorn 26:14, 30-Corey Huggard 26:14, 31-Stacy
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Baumbaugh 26:34, 32-Tony Rummage 27:00, 33-Ashley Reighard 27:08, 34-Becky Morris 27:13, 35-Curtis Bollinger 27:21, 36-Chad Ficik 27:55, 37-Ashley Wheeler 27:57, 38Colleen McCollough 27:57, 39-Scott Outlaw 28:01, 40Patrick Hatfield 28:02, 41-Jennifer Harze 28:22, 42-Osel Stewart 28:23, 43-Kevin Cherry 28:36, 44-Kirsten Coley 28:56, 45-Austin Faucette 29:22, 46-Tony Faucette 29:22, 47-Blake Warren 29:29, 48-Bruce Moore 29:46, 49-Amanda Smith 29:51,50-Jacqueline Wong 29:51.
Overmountain Men 15K Piney Flats, TN – 10/12
Male, Overall – Joshua Mermilliod 56:57, Dustin Greene 1:06:05, Nathan Fowler 1:08:00. Masters – Keith Cook 1:10:35. Grand masters – David Jones 1:15:16. 20-24 – Chris Harr 1:17:35, Matthew Hagy 1:20:27. 30-34 – Warren Lewis 1:08:57, Dj Swatzell 1:20:54, Joshua Hathaway 1:22:59. 35-39 – Shane Cassida 1:15:06, Dewey Whaley 1:19:14, Jason Bellamy 1:20:16. 40-44 – John Carter 1:11:05, Chris Sutherland 1:12:01, Brian Hurst 1:12:45. 4549 – Blake Williams 1:16:52, Eric Henley 1:17:36, Jim Sell 1:19:13. 50-54 – Ron Wyant 1:16:07, BarneyAnderson 1:16:15, Glenn Hidson 1:23:02. 55-59 – Bill Jones 1:17:12, Wendell Lowe 1:21:03, Keith Yelen 1:23:07. 60-64 – Michael Brannon 1:22:14, Joe Knight 1:25:36. 65-69 – Lee Roy Hurst 1:26:00. Sam Culbertson 1:37:10, Allen Rogers 1:40:55. 7074 – Tony Borghetti 1:23:15, Legrande Boyer 1:34:08. Female, Overall – Lisa Hazlett 1:10:17, Holly Street 1:11:53, Debi Secor 1:12:29. Masters – Michelle McLellan 1:15:38. Grand masters – Rachel Monderer 1:19:38. 20-24 – Kristy Dick 1:29:29, Dakotah Williams 1:38:51. 25-29 – Chelsea Stapleton 1:21:20, Julie Horne 1:24:23, Katie Reed 1:26:28. 30-34 – Jamie Mains 1:13:08. 35-39 – Jill Scott 1:21:16, Emily Helphinstine 1:35:45, Amber Keller 1:44:31. 40-44 – Liane Jennings 1:24:31, Suzanne Boothe 1:30:14. 45-49 – Varinka Williams 1:45:21. 55-59 – Marianne Brannon 1:25:16, Cathy Greear 1:34:50, Susan Rogers 1:35:39.60-64 – Katie Jo Yates 1:38:55.
Townsend 10K Townsend, TN – 10/12 Male, Overall – Brent Bueche 38:41, Todd Caldwell 39:19. Masters – David Marks 46:08. 12-15 – Justin Hanson 44:10, Trey Menard 44:12. 20-29 –Dustin Kirby 48:54. 30-39 – Nicholas Hankins 46:41, Michael Franklin 53:13, Allen Mason 54:45. 40-49 – Joe Bedford 47:31, Benn Hoffner 50:40, Doyle Flemming 50:51. 50-59 – Derrick Murray 46:23, Doug Singh 47:47, Mark MacDonald 50:00. 60-69 – Mike Forgrave 59:44, John Bates 59:53, William Kelch 1:17:47. Female, Overall – Jennifer Brigati 44:13, Haley Hatcher 44:38. Masters – Robin Miller 46:34. 12-15– Megan Monday 1:03:15. 16-19 – Katelyn Hanson 59:49. 20-29 – Elizabeth Aylor 49:04, Katie Saxe 58:52, Jaclyn Daugherty 59:21. 30-39 – Lauren Myers 55:35, Michelle Nuchols 57:34, Susan Newman 1:03:04. 40-49 – Elizabeth Silvey 52:03, Wendi Huett 52:21, Amy Farr 52:46. 50-59– Jennifer Singh 47:24, Jean Miller 1:12:14. – Jerry Schohl
Komen Tri-Cities Race for the Cure 5K Kingsport, TN – 10/20 Male, Overall – Aaron Wood 17:21. Masters – John Carter 20:47. Grandmasters – Scott Horton 18:43. 10-under – David Evans 21:45 Henry Brooks 23:38, Reichen Gibson 27:47. 11-15 – Ben Hazelwood 19:18, Garret Smith 19:59, Harrison Ihrig 21:16. 16-19 – Andrew Campbell 20:11, Hunter McCarty 21:35, Seth Walker 23:34. 20-24 – Jarek Kubenka 21:02, Cody Dvenport 21:16, Drew Davenport 24:57. 25-29 – Blaine Rice 21:52, Jamie Jackson 23:12, Jordan Blevins 23:51. 30-34 – David Sheets 20:00, Jonathan Glover 20:03, Nathan Fowler 20:08. 35-39 – Keith Nave 21:12, Jason Andes 21:16, Thomas McGraw 23:43. 40-44 – Fernando Garcia 21:08, Trevor Chow 22:02, Eric Calzadilla
22;08. 45-49 – Tim Bass 23:55, Scott Dietrch 24:37, Paul Codispoti 26:18. 50-54 – Trace Bratton 19:36, Randy Britton 24:16, Allen Jones 25:05. 55-59 – Thomas Benoit 19:39, Richard Krawiec 20:55, Bill Lepper 21:23. 60-64 – Butch Rhodes 31:49, Geoff Dougal 42:58. 65-69 – Lee Roy Hurts 26:17, Sam Culbertson 30:01, Terrell Estes 31:08. 70-over – Harvey Neeley 39:10, Lonnie Odom 40:38. Female, Overall – Harper Russell 20:16. Masters – Stephanie Topping 22:15. Grandmasters – Linda Rhodes 26:36. 10-under – Jenna Hutchins 22:18, Ellie Harmon 28:11, Claire Rountree 27:35. 11-15 – Lora Cardenas 23:06, Grace Bishop 23:19, Chelsea Ball 23:48. 16-19 – Kelly Light 22:33, Haylea Copas 23:25, Nicole Fyffe 25:46. 20-24 – Mollie Bellows 25:32 Lynnsey Lewis 25:44, Kendra Marshall 26:30.25-29 – Lindsey Harris 25:39, Jennifer Groth 25:53, Stacee Andes 26:35. 30-34 – Allyson Rutherford 24:47, Lindsay Stacy 25:34, Misty Seehorn 26:32. 35-39 – Jennifer Brockett 21:13, Lisa Hazlett 21:36, Laura Duffy 23:53. 40-44 – Laura Evans 23:59, Kristi Begley 23:59, Jilly Mayhew 25:18. 45-49 – Dorothy Keys 25:20, Regina Britton 25:36, Amy Marlow 26:37. 50-54 – Peggy Kaczorowski-Jones 26:59, Teresa Dunham 28:03, Lori Ray 28:42. 55-59 – Debbie Taylor 26:44, Terry Vickers 27:13, Elaine MacKenzie 28:05. 60-64 – Sharon Vandyke 30:14, Jennifer Henley 31:02, Susan Carwile 32:30. 65-69 – Carol Dixon 27:08, Barbara Knight 30:31, Becky Wallen 44:57. 70-over – Joyce Curtis 39:04.
Harvest Run 5K Martin, TN – 10/26 Male, Overall – Donivon Sawyer 18:59. 13-under – Nathan Sawyer 22:04, Dylan King 24:29, Jonathan Hill 33:57. 20-29 – Ben Watson 28:42, Josh Johnson 39:08. 30-39 – Jake Bynum 22:20, Josh Tyner 22:30, Dusty Gibson 23:18. 40-49 – Troy Shoemaker 21:12, Rob Baker 24:58, Steve Butler 28:09. 50-59 – J.R. Reynolds 23:31. 60-over – Keith Tucker 29:48. Female, Overall – Loral Winn 19:18. 13-under – Kelly Fieser 34:29. 14-16 – Emma Fieser 32:47, Michelle Fieser 33:01. 17-19 –Alli McClure 32:49, Hope Renfroe 33:48, Neeley Wade 34:24. 20-29 – Amy Glasgow 23:08, Chelsea Jones 26:39, Megan Watson 28:42. 30-39 – Sarah Anderson 25:11, Martha Stutts 25:22, Tina Pratt 25:46. 40-49 – Laura Fieser 27:53, Ginger Liles 34:13, Bendy White 41:04
Pilot CrossKnox 15K Knoxville, TN – 10/27 Male, Overall – Patrick Cheptoek 48:50, Darren Brown 48:52, Ethan Coffey 49:17. Masters – Keith Gemeinhart 56:33. Grandmasters – Kevin Fitzgerald 58:03. Senior Grandmasters –Steve Lowe 1:17:50. 15-19 – Patrick Schumacher 58:29, Robert Keller 1:10:54, Quillen Blalock 1:20:52. 20-24 – Gideon Wilson 56:50, Jake Rhyne 57:02, Jesse Johnson 1:00:41. 25-29 –David Worth 57:40, Dylan Allen 59:45, Ethan McClure 1:01:08. 30-34 – Jason Altman 53:45, Ron Wireman 57:01, Luke Servedio 59:18. 35-39 – Danny Kratzer 55:54, Jack Gager59:12, Jonathan Johnson 1:00:26. 40-44 – Lee Franklin 58:20, Brian Huskey 1:08:35, Jim Bishop 1:13:30. 45-49 – Larry Brede 1:00:54, Mark Hickey 1:01:31, Ray Wilson 1:01:40. 50-54 – Brent Bueche 59:04, James Cooper 1:07:39, Glenn Walter 1:07:54. 55-59 – Greg Johnson 59:48, Bob Nass 1:10:23, John Fox 1:10:57. 60-64 – Wayne Lambert 1:28:03, Norman Shaw 1:49:34, Doug Smith 1:58:56. 65-69 – Bruce Fox 1:22:13, Kenneth Sirois 1:27:41, John Smith 1:33;08. 70-74 – Royce Sayer 1:29:41, Donald Holt 1:38:18, Jerry Tipton 1:42:42. 75-79 – Bob Cunningham 1:24:52, Larry Acuff 1:36:16. Clydesdale – Matt Padgett 1:10:27. Female, Overall – Rebecca McDowell 1:00:19, Tracy Brooks 1:01:17, Gina Shouse 1:04:45. Masters – Marsha Morton 1:08:41. Grandmasters – Laura Gearhiser 1:09:54. Senior Grandmasters – Ginger Truesdel 1:26:48. 15-19 – Haley Hatcher 1:07:55, Bre Snow 1:15:12, Caitlyn Murray 1:32:18. 20-24 – Rachel Jackson 1:14:17, Nikki Vonderau 1:21:42, Danielle Large 1:24:31. 25-29 – Courtney Epps 1:19:51, Sarah Olesiuk 1:22:05, Veronica Card 1:22:56.
30-34 – Sarah Shanks 1:05:29, Meghan Stepnowski 1:15:34, Jessica Barber 1:17:10. 35-39 –Julia Conner 1:13:43, Sarah Harrison 1:14:39, Andrea Luton 1:18:44. 40-44 – Jennifer Spaulding 1:17:49, Reagan Greer 1:18:49, Michelle Midnight 1:19:09. 45-49 – Michelle Behling 1:23:29, Brynn Voy 1:23:42, Ines Gibson 1:25:01. 50-54 – Brenda Fleeman 1:24:02, Laurie Gregory 1:24:07, Teresa Lewis 1:26:43. 5559 – Becky Tener 1:17:23, Ellen Morar 1:19:16, Kris Corbitt 1:20:57. 60-64 – Cheri Kemp 1:38:52, Maureen Hafford 1:40:54, Janice Owenby 1:43:51. 65-69 – Shirley Sirois 1:43:00. 70-74 – Rebecca Holt 1:47:47. Athena – Bernadette – Jerry Schohl Kitzke 1:18:06.
Farragut Fall 5K Knoxville, TN – 11/2 Male, Overall – Jacob Houston 19:22, Craig Schwartz 20:37, Jeffrey Everett 20:43. Masters – Mark D’Alessandro 20:55. Grandmasters – Jeff Bock 22:05. 14-under – J C Allison 22:14, Noah Jesseph 24:38, Liam Allison 24:42. 15-19 – Jacob Gerken 21:03, Joey Gerken 25:48, Gavin St. Pierre 43:41. 20-29 – Kevin Bailey 28:27, Robert White 35:40, Christopher Stewart 43:23. 30-39 – John Schlatter 22:02, Adam Greene 24:10, Chilelu Kakanwa 24:27. 40-49 – Byron Maddox 22:27, Barrett Jesseph 22:43, Joseph Gerken 22;47. 50-59 – Ricky Caplan 22:24, Mark MacDonald 22:59, Rich Winterfield 24:37. 60-65 – Alan Gassel 26:28, Frank Letchworth 27:51, Chuck Dellinger 31:24. 66-70 – Bill Lane 27:12, Jerry Tipton 29:28, Bill Salter 36:17. 71-75 – Larry Acuff 30:21, Frank Jamison 31:32.7680 – Bill Woodrick 34:19, Roger Hollingsworth 36:58. 81-85 – Charles Kern 31:33. Female, Overall – Dira Hansen 20:25, Laura Gearhiser 21:54, Laura Finney 22:03. Masters – Chang-Hong Yu 24:28. Grandmasters – Rebecca Polite 25:56. 14-under –Makayla Gilder 26:02, Kristen Werner 29:47, Natsuki Kashimoto 33:25. 15-19 – Emilie McNat 41:43. 2029 – Magan Ferguson 26:28, Sandy Hamill 28:04, Mary Katherine Anderson 28:59. 30-39 – Becky Grindstaff 22:16, Andrea Gilder 22:20, Ai Ishii 24:40. 40-49 – Cheryl Lykens 28:11, Traci Ronald 33:59, Penny Ridenour 34:35. 50-59 – Eve Andriola 27:36, Connie Ellingson 29:56, Crystal Apon 31:10. 60-65 – Darlenia Anderson 45:50.
Smithfield Hog Jog 5K Smithfield, VA – 10/12
Male, Overall – Ryan Carroll 15:50, Victor Flemming 16:20, Todd Kessler 17:09. Masters – Glen Morris 18:12, Jeffrey Fitch 20:01, Greg Summerlin 20:45. 11-under – Bodhi Leenders 20:47, Taylor Price 22:43, Brendan Cox 23:35. 12-14 – Ryan Wright 18:43, David Logan 19:50, Issiah Hammerman 20:18. 15-19 – Ryan Balentine 17:44, Christopher Ivy 17:45, Jacob Clavel 18:24. 20-24 – Spencer Norman 18:22, Matthew Garcia 18:30, Zachary Hallman 26:12. 25-29 – Ariel Guevara 24:15, Matt Runals 25:07, Carter Jones 25:28. 30-34 – Michael Barnes 21:09, Chris Novakoski 21:36, Marcus Parker 22:49. 35-39 – Howie Hodapp 18:17, Marc Milner 20:00, Jesse Austin 20:44. 40-44 – Wayne Painter 21:54, Eric Emrick 23:15, Adam Wasserman 23:43. 45-49 – David Logan 21:06, Kevin Clauberg 21:24, Michael Murphy 22:59. 50-54 – Joe Garrity 21:10, Scott Packard 22:51, Thomas Sullivan 23:45. 55-59 – Tim Westfall 22:48, Ernest Murray 24:01, Joe Mattingly 24:35. 60-64 – Joseph Verdirame 23:33, Wally Kohl 26:01, Ted Leonard 29:09. 65-69 – Kenneth Mitchell 23:26, Bob Hines 30:18, James Parcella 30:45. 70-over – Doug Berry 26:33, Joseph Polinski 29:45, Scott Sumpter 41:04. Female, Overall – Jamilla Jordan 21:16, Amanda Sellers 22:06, Susan Hagel 22:27. Masters – Linda West 24:55, Linda Long 25:23, Jill Eddy 25:26. 11-under – Kaelyn Hooker 25:36, Charisa Morris 26:08, Lydia Jones 30:19. 12-14 – Kendall Stalls 23:09, Megan Balentine 24:11, Anne-Morgan Alligood 24:14. 15-19 – Sara Dimeler 23:41, Kelly Stronach 24:21, Rachel Sigrist 24:24. 20-24 – Katie Sullivan 23:45, Katelyn Herbaugh 27:38, Lindsey Accardi 28:25. 25-29 – Jennifer Riddick 25:36, Ashleigh Kennedy 27:26, Kristina Stewart 28:21. 30-34 – Kristin Harman 22:34, Carey Phillips 24:43, Jen Shear 25:08. 35-39 – Patricia Holland 23:17, Crystal Davenport 26:40, Catherine Ilich 26:43. 40-44 – Carrie Estes 26:25, Stephanie
Caggiano 27:21, Carrie Johnson 28:20. 45-49 – Sue Ivy 26:26, Yvette O’Reilly 26:51, Irene Morris 26:55. 50-54 – Laura Jo Sullivan 26:41, Jill Reiser 27:24, Kathy Scarberry 29:41. 55-59 – Thea Ganoe 25:54, Debra Kowalski 26:55, Kathy Wright 28:22. 60-64 – Brenda Mitchell 28:42, Lucy Hines 28:55, Dottie Humphreys 31:34. 65-69 – Barbara Biasi 27:18, Patricia Infantine 28:56, Barbara Stark 29:36. 70-over – Peggy Walsh 42:54, Myrtle West 49:05, Jeanne Crowe 56:18. – Bruce Davis
Boo-yah! 5K Portsmouth, VA – 10/19 Male, Overall – Chadwick Shroy 16:08. 20-29 – Brian Murphy 52:50. 30-39 – John Mai 30:58, Mark McMullen 46:19, Cameron Robinett 52:00. 50-59 – David Adelman 35:36, Dallas Marlow 43:03, Peter Crockin 54:46. 60-over – Norman Slagle 38:19, Peter Allen 43:06. Female, Overall – Trisha Jantzen 23:08. 19-under – Loundeis Evans 29:06, Britney Kane 54:32. 20-29 – Jenna Hoback 34:50, Bria Matchett 52:00, Shanna Murphy 52:50. 30-39 – Christine Mai 30:55, Laura Ragan 46:24, Sara Johnson 46:54. 40-49 – Tika Evans 41:39, Tracey Kane 54:32, Karen Chavis 56:01. 50-59 – Carol Ann Blair 36:09, Barbara Kersey 37:47, Joanne Woodsmall 41:40. 60over – Marina Liacouras 34:57, Mary Jensen 46:25, Coralie Fagan 53:47.
Yorktown Battlefield 10 mile/5K Yorktown, VA – 11/2 Male, 10 miles: Overall – Matthew Cypher 59:49, Douglas Marshall 1:00:23, Henry Gleisberg 1:03:20. Masters – Andrew Cutler 1:04:53. Wheelchair – Darrin Snyder 51:50. 15-19 – Isaac Wasserman 1:26:15. 20-24 – Jim Nicol 1:08:30, Joseph Matt 1:19:46, Alex Rega 1:36:07. 25-29 –Ryan Doupe 1:03:40, Chris Melling 1:07:34, Darryl Wilson 1:19:48. 30-34 – Zach Valentine 1:04:20, Christian Koscinski 1:10:14, Joel Jason 1:11:33. 35-39 – Tad Bennett 1:14:27, Joseph Samuel 1:19:11, Jonathan Croly 1:29:07. 40-44 – David Lockard 1:07:11, Alan Balch 1:07:45, David Anderson 1:11:16. 45-49 – Paul Pelletier 1:08:41, Rob Baxter 1:21;01, Kevin Conlin 1:23:48. 50-54 – Ken Alberg 1:08:31, Jim Miller 1:17:00, Scott Packard 1:19:36. 55-59 – Jim Thornton 1:09:34, Terry Imbery 1:13:24, Dave Ebert 1:13:35. 60-over – Rick Platt 1:10:54, Bruce Pully 1:14:17, Joe Day 1:15:51. Female, 10 miles: Overall – Renee High 1:01:31, Courtney Chapman 1:07:22, Heather Hudgins 1:13:03. Masters –Becky Bean 1:22:21. 20-24 – Angela Casanave 1:29:44, Kelci Skaggs 1:33:59, Kelly Halverson 1:38:31. 25-29 – Lauren Angelo 1:18:01, Louise Valentine 1:18:11, Caitlin Jason 1:39:42. 30-34 – Rebecca Walter 1:21:32, Rachel Swift 1:24:45, Jessica Small 1:29:26. 35-39 – Susan Samuel 1:22:41, Jaime Cox 1:30:44, Holly Cunningham 1:39:43. 40-44 – Laura Cordes 1:23:14, Yumiko Mizukaki 1:27:17, Stephanie Caggiano 1:31:57. 4549 – Jami Callahan-Brill 1:31:01, Carmen Wasserman 1:37:27, Cheryl Lager 1:41:43. 50-54 – Tammy Clarke 1:24:42, Patty Coogan 1:32:30, Elyse Devereux 1:44:47. 5559 – Thea Ganoe 1:29:10, Helen Worthington 1:30:49, Shirley Stephens 1:35:54. 75-over – Barbara Biasi 1:29:43, Patricia Travis 1:39:21, Janet Barker 1:42:23. Male, 5K: Overall – Max Weidman 17:04. Masters – Willaim Palagyi 21:56. 14-under – Paul Glass 21:52, Wyatt Scates 22:12. 15-19 – Ryan Ray 18:27, Ian Hartwell 31:27. 20-24 – Travis Kent 22:05, Christopher Godschalk 24:29. 25-29 – Ross Montfort 20:22, Andrew Cypher 21:34. 30-34 – Emily Gregosky 37:13, George Rhodes 37:20. 35-39 – James Whittenton 20:14, James Crocker 21:47. 40-44 – David Glass 23:02, Jim Cunningham 31:47. 45-49 – Joel Kornegay 23:12, Paul Olsen 25:00. 55-59 –Dan Wewetzer 23:16, David Lewis 26:14. 60over – William Sharer 25:03, Ed Oliphant 26:44. Female, 5K: Overall – Courtney Chapman 20:39. Masters – Allison Bianchi 25:31. 14-under – Macy Calder 26:23, Macey Stockdill 28:43. 20-24 – Nicole Langlois 28:52, Anita Avila 31;38. 25-29 –Heather Click 29:00, Christany Wilson 30:37. 35-39 – Carmen Ehret 28:27, Kristen Brown 28:31. 40-44 – Valerie Balch 25:36, Dione Edwards 29:21. 45-49 – Vanessa Nichol 26:30, Wendy Calder 27:16. 50-54 – Lisha Mullen 30:51, Marti Wilson 47:53. 55-over – Louise Sharer 25:36, Alison – Bruce Davis Lynch 50:23.
Running Journal â€˘ December 2013
Grand Prix XXXVI Standings
Standings following the first two races of the season, the Midnight Flight 10K, and Run Town USA Half marathon. Runners receive 10 bonus points for all half marathons and double points for the Rocket City Marathon. Complete standings are available on our website: www.running.net. Michael Kunkel (SC) 50 Male: Overall: Jon Herring (SC) 40 Jeff Dixon (SC) 135 Brian Rhodes (SC) 40 Ashley Liew (SC) 110 Robert Usherwood (SC) 30 Gilbert Kemboi (SC) 100 Philippe Giguere (SC) 100 Rich Larsen (NC) 30 Mitchell Thrasher (SC) 20 Robbie Fitzwater (SC) 95 Alan Scheff (SC) 20 Simion Chirchir (NC) 90 Charles Byrd (SC) 10 Michael Webster(SC) 90 Chass Armstrong (SC) 85 Male: Grandmasters Tim Stewart (SC) 165 Paul Prescott (SC) 85 Larry Brock (SC) 100 Tom Ford (SC) 80 George Meyer (SC) 95 Averett Tinsley (SC) 80 Edwin Hughes (SC) 85 Scott Autrey (SC) 75 David Sargent (SC) 80 Tim Stewart (SC) 75 Dennis Funk (SC) 70 Andrew King (SC) 70 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 70 Dallas Henry (GA) 65 Steve Devita (SC) 65 Travis Tarbet (SC) 65 Larry Bernard (SC) 60 Gregory Pfister (MD) 60 Nathan Farrar (SC) 40 Larry Brock (SC) 55 Wilson Twitty (SC) 30 Scott Flanagan (SC) 55 Norman Burdette (SC) 20 Juan Soto (GA) 50 Richard Coggins (SC) 20 George Meyer (SC) 50 Male: 50-54 Ryan Hanlon (SC) 45 Tim Stewart (SC) 180 Rameshon M (SC) 45 Larry Bernard (SC) 105 Edwin Hughes (SC) 40 Larry Brock (SC) 100 Justin Roman (SC) 40 George Meyer (SC) 95 Matt Henderson (SC) 35 Edwin Hughes (SC) 85 James Denneny (SC) 35 Steve Devita (SC) 80 Agustin Morales (SC) 30 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 55 Garrett Bounds (SC) 30 Nathan Farrar (SC) 50 Matt Pryor (SC) 25 Brad Batdorf (SC) 40 John Linker (NC) 25 Bob Clary (SC) 30 Dennis Funk (SC) 20 Bruce Cox (SC) 30 Donald Cone (SC) 20 Judd Bailey (SC) 20 Brian Clarity (WV) 15 Ian Whatley (SC) 20 Alvaro Velez (SC) 15 Wayne Smith (SC) 10 Travis Ellison (SC) 15 Male: 55-59 Chris Kitzler (SC) 10 David Sergent (SC) 110 Eric Taylor (GA) 5 Dennis Funk (SC) 100 Male: Masters Wayne Doerksen (SC) 95 Jeff Dixon (SC) 180 Wilson Twitty (SC) 85 Chris Kitzler (SC) 135 Philippe Giguere (SC) 110 Richard Coggins (SC) 80 Norman Burdette (SC) 70 Scott Autrey (SC) 100 Jim Fortner (SC) 65 Rameshon M (SC) 80 Danny Walker (SC) 55 Trey Brush (GA) 55 Robt Divella (SC) 50 Hugo Morales (SC) 50 Leo Smith (SC) 40 Chris Cowart (SC) 40 Steve Kelley (SC) 40 Bruce Monroe (SC) 40 Rodney Smith (SC) 30 Richard Smith (GA) 30 Tommy Barron (SC) 30 Brian Clyburn (SC) 30 Fernardo Gullaro (SC) 20 Booker Orsley (GA) 20 Christopher Ferland (SC) 20 John Farrell (SC) 20 Michael Hershman (SC) 10 Rich Hayes (GA) 10 Male: Sr. Grandmasters Male: 40-44 Bob Nelson (NC) 210 Jeff Dixon (SC) 180 Philippe Giguere (SC) 110 JC Kelly (TN) 150 Wes Wessely (GA) 105 Scott Autrey (SC) 100 Vince Herran (SC) 95 Hugo Morales (SC) 80 Bob Milan (NC) 85 Trey Brush (GA) 70 Christopher Ferland (SC) 65 John Northen (NC) 65 Darrell Davis (SC) 40 Fernardo Gallaro (SC) 55 Buddy Rabun (GA) 40 Brian Clyburn (SC) 50 Michael Hershman (SC) 40 James Pruitte (SC) 30 Carl Shepard (SC) 30 Brett Villiger (SC) 40 Christopher Luplow (SC) 30 Bob Crosby (GA) 20 Gene Ruck (SC) 20 Greg Keller (SC) 30 Walter Harvey (GA) 10 Zavone Bonney (SC) 20 Male: 60-64 Chris Dillard (SC) 20 Bob Nelson (NC) 210 Wesley Wallace (SC) 10 Vince Herran (SC) 95 Male: 45-49 Bob Milan (NC) 85 Chris Kitzler (SC) 195 John Northen (NC) 80 Rameshon M (SC) 110 James Pruitte (SC) 70 Chris Cowart (SC) 85 Buddy Rabun (GA) 65 Bruce Monroe (SC) 80 Thomas Walls (SC) 55 Richard Smith (GA) 70 Carl Shepard (NC) 50 Victor Malpica (SC) 65 Doug Booth (SC) 40 John McKiernan (SC) 55
Gene Ruck (SC) 40 David Oblinger (GA) 30 Mike Bolton (SC) 30 Michael Whitman (SC) 20 Andy Sansbury (SC) 20 Steve Timmerman (SC) 10 Male: 65-69 JC Kelly (TN) 210 Wes Wessely (GA) 180 Darrell Davis (SC) 120 John Johnsen (SC) 80 Barry Bishop (SC) 65 Bob Crosby (GA) 55 Walter Harvey (GA) 40 Jack Simmons (SC) 40 Jimmy Gambrell (SC) 30 Charlie Mattox (SC) 30 George Southgate (GA) 20 Bill Clinkscales (SC) 20 Ray Fulmer (SC) 10 Male: Veterans Guenter Full (SC) 180 Bill Beckwith (SC) 135 Gerry Carner (SC) 110 Arnold Floyd (SC) 100 Jack Munich (FL) 80 Jacob Cooter (GA) 50 Tom Henderson (SC) 40 Male: 70-74 Guenter Full (SC) 180 Gerry Carner (SC) 110 Arnold Floyd (SC) 100 Jack Munch (FL) 80 Tom Henderson (SC) 65 Male: 75-79 Bill Beckwith (SC) 110 Jacob Cooter (GA) 95 Female: Overall Karen Becker (SC) 170 Kristi Arledge (SC) 110 Braden Reid (SC) 105 Joan Tangwar (NC) 100 Dee Atkins (SC) 100 Leslie Boozer (SC) 95 Kimberly Ruck (SC) 90 Morgan Vangorder (SC) 90 Hilary Richards (SC) 80 Erika Shaughnessy (GA) 80 Dian Ford (SC) 75 Carey Huntley (NC) 75 Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 70 Dede Spain (GA) 65 Margie Marten (SC) 65 Brandi Pieplow (GA) 60 Natalie Ezelle (SC) 60 Jenn Stanton (SC) 55 Presley Parkes (NC) 55 Caroline Swiger (SC) 50 Millie Thomason (SC) 50 Shirley Smith (SC) 45 Megan Hartman (FL) 45 Kay Harrison (GA) 40 Liz Larson (SC) 40 Meagan Blakesly (SC) 35 Sarah Guerran (SC) 30 Alyssa Shearer (SC) 30 Emily Ross (SC) 25 Debbie Flynn (SC) 25 Janna Imes (SC) 20 Lucy Rummler (SC) 20 Lisa Godwin(SC) 15 Tracy Fabian (SC) 15 Sara Ryberg (SC) 15 Susan Nichols (GA) 10 Jinny Hanifan-Wayne (GA) 5 Barbara Schirle (SC) 5 Female: Masters Kristi Arledge (SC) 110 Dede Spain (GA) 100 Jane Seppala (SC) 95 Lisa Godwin (SC) 85 Julie Ross (SC) 80 Susan Nichols (GA) 70 Catherine Culler (SC) 65 Barbara Schirle (SC) 55 Dawn Coffin (SC) 50
www.running.net Laura Howell (SC) 40 Susan Lollis (SC) 40 Stacey Smith (SC) 30 Elizabeth Tally (SC) 30 Susan Lowcavage (SC) 20 Sonia Santana (SC) 20 Karla Cook (SC) 10 Female: 40-44 Kristi Arledge (SC) 110 Laura Howell (SC) 100 Julie Ross (SC) 95 Susan Lowcavage (SC) 85 Catherine Culler (SC) 80 Karla Cook (SC) 70 Dawn Coffin (SC) 65 Julie Powell (SC) 55 Elizabeth Tally (SC) 50 Sandy Melton (SC) 40 Sonia Santana (SC) 40 Karla Fernandez (SC) 30 Shelly David (SC) 30 Vicki Hunnicutt (GA) 20 Pamela Griffin (NC) 20 Chris Honeycutt (SC) 10 Female: 45-49 Jane Seppala (SC) 110 Dede Spain (GA) 100 Susan Lollis (SC) 95 Lisa Godwin (SC) 85 Kim Roose (SC) 80 Susan Nichols (GA) 70 Louise Laganiere (SC) 65 Barbara Schirle (SC) 55 Jennifer Tessitore (SC) 50 Stacey Smith (SC) 40 Andrea Beaver (SC) 40 Dina Davis (SC) 30 Tammy Wright (SC) 30 Valinda Mercer (SC) 20 Christine Lowe (SC) 20
Female: Grandmasters Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 110 Dian Ford (SC) 100 Debbie Flynn (SC) 95 Jann Stanton (SC) 85 Martha Chapman (SC) 80 Shirley Smith (SC) 70 Bobbi Siefert (NC) 65 Sherry Hall (SC) 55 Sandra Chrisler (SC) 50 Martina Abbing (SC) 40 Kimm Cason (SC) 40 Deborah Burrell (SC) 30 Alison Frazier (SC) 30 Cindi Earwood (SC) 20 Susan Johnson (SC) 20 Debra Sanders (SC) 10 Female: 50-54 Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 110 Jann Stanton (SC) 100 Martha Chapman (SC) 95 Shirley Smith (SC) 85 Bobbi Siefert (NC) 80 Sherry Hall (SC) 70 Sandra Chrisler (SC) 65 Martina Abbing (SC) 55 Kimm Cason (SC) 50 Deborah Burrell (SC) 40 Alison Frazier (SC) 40 Von Waldon (SC) 30 Susan Johnsen (SC) 30 Leah Hunter (SC) 20 Deborah Gould (SC) 10 Female: 55-59 Debbie Flynn (SC) 110 Dian Ford (SC) 100 Susan Smith (SC) 95 Cindi Earwood (SC) 85 Hollis Lynch (SC) 80 Debra Sanders (SC) 70 Dana Boney (SC) 65
Susan Richardson (SC) 55 Elaine Elwood (SC) 50 Cheryl Russell (SC) 40 Gail Stairs (SC) 30 Debbie McDowell (SC) 20 Female: Sr. Grandmasters Margaret Wead (SC) 110 Kay Harrison (GA) 100 Brenda Cooter (GA) 95 Ann Viles (NC) 85 Kaye Gehr (SC) 80 Kathy Givens (GA) 70 Pam Lambert (NC) 65 Susan Peck (SC) 50 Margaret Eaves (SC) 40 Jill Marckese (SC) 30 Patti Mattice (SC) 20 Female: 60-64 Margaret Wead (SC) 110 Kay Harrison (GA) 100 Kaye Gehr (SC) 95 Kathy Givens (GA) 85 Pam Lambert (NC) 80 Margaret Eaves (SC) 65 Jill MacKese (SC) 50 Patti Mattice (SC) 40 Linda Ball (SC) 30 Valerie Boughner (SC) 20 Female: 65-69 Brenda Cooter (GA) 110 Ann Viles (NC) 100 Susan Peck (SC) 95 Female: Veterans Betty Burrell (SC) 180 Tina Jonker (SC) 110 Anne Brooks (SC) 95 Peggy Rogers (GA) 80 Female: 70-74 Betty Burrell (SC) 180 Tina Jonker (SC) 110 Anne Brooks (SC) 95 Peggy Rogers (GA) 65
Grand Prix XXXVI Schedule August 30 October 26 November 10 December 14 February 8 February 15 March 15 March 16 May 26
Midnight Flight 10K "Run Town USA" Half Marathon Pensacola Half Marathon Rocket City Marathon Winter Flight 8K Dasani Myrtle Beach Half Marathon Gate River Run 15K Germantown Half Marathon Cotton Row 10K
Anderson, SC Greenville, SC Pensacola, FL Huntsville, AL Salisbury, NC Myrtle Beach, SC Jacksonville, FL Germantown, TN Huntsville, AL
*Check www.running.net for updates to schedule 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.10 Bonus points will be awarded to runners scoring in all half-marathon events. Only the top 8 GP performances for any runner will be counted in the open and age group scoring of GP XXXVI.If a runner changes age groups, he or she may score in both age groups but points will stay in the age group for which the runner competes in at the time of the race. Following the Cotton Row Run on Memorial Day 2014, awards will be presented to the top 3 overall male and female finishers, top one male and female masters, grand masters, senior grand masters, and veterans and the top three finishers in each age category and those present will have photos taken for publication in Running Journal. Runners who win an award in the open, masters, grand masters, senior grand masters, or veterans are not eligible for age group awards. Runners must run at least two races to qualify for final awards. 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) -- Top 8 males and females in age groups 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-over.
Grand Prix Scoring System Place Top 20 overall Top 8 scoring
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Running Journal â€˘ December 2013
A Race for Everyone at Spinx Run Fest GREENVILLE, SC --It was a busy day of racing on October 26 as the Spinx Run Fest featured a full schedule of events: the Carolina Marathon, the Run Town USA Half Marathon, the Downtown 10K, and the Big Punkin 5K. The 10K race was new this year and the 5K race was moved to Saturday evening. The half marathon race was part of the Running Journal Grand Prix once again and was the second on this year's series. The marathon race started off the morning at 7:30 a.m. James Harper, 36, of Greenville led the field of 342 finishers in a time of 2:37:38. Daniel Moss, 32, of Simpsonville was second in 2:42:06 with Bryson Smith, 25, coming in third with 2:43:36. Greenville runners swept the top three in the women's marathon, with Catherine Adams, 22, leading the way in 3:03:11. Kelly Catalano, 23, followed in second (3:09:09) with Angela Hicks, 44, taking third (3:13:08). Joe Hammond, 51, of Travelers Rest, led the male masters in 2:59:04, while Julie Jacobs, 45, was the top female in 3:32:29. The male grandmasters race was led by John Bauer, 54, (3:06:37) of Hickory, NC, while Julie Recknor, 50, of Gainesville, GA, led the women in 3:47:36. The half marathon started 30 minutes after the marathon with Ashley Liew, 26, of Spartanburg leading the way in 1:15:41. Forty-four-year-old Philippe Giguere of Duncan was second in 1:19:08, with Robbie Fitzwater taking third in 1:24:32. It was a close race in the women's field, as forty-three-year-old Kristi Arledge of Greenville took the win 1:26:05, only 11 seconds ahead of Dee Atkins, 35, of Duncan. Leslie Boozer, 22, was third in 1:27:33. Jeff Dixon, 40, was the top male masters (1:25:37) while fifty-four-year-old Elizabeth Poupre of Greenville led the women in 1:32:50. The male grandmasters race was won by David Sargent, 57, of Sunset (1:40:04), with Martha Chapman, 52, of Spartanburg (1:51:37) leading the women. A total of 1,133 runners finished the half marathon. Fifteen minutes after the half marathoners took off, runners in the 10K began their race. Matt Shock, 31, of Greenville won this inaugural race easily with a 33:40 finish. Rick Kattouf, 42, was second in 39:17, with Darren Frederickson, 28, of Simpsonville, third with 40:17. Ginnie Freeman, 38, of Greenville led the women, running 39:21. Second place went to Heather McNeely, 39, of Greenville (43:37) with Ashley Neff, 31, of Davidson, NC, (45:50) third. Steve Roggins, 49, of Easley, took the win in the male masters 10K in 41:20, while Gina Latham, 48, of Greenville paced the women in 49:06. The grandmasters race went to Bob Clary, 52, (47:51) and Karen O'Brien, 54, of Hilliard, OH, (52:21). Later that day, the Big Punkin Haunted 5K began at 7 p.m. Fourteen-year-old John Ward of Greenville led the way in 16:36. Lacey Meadows, 27, of Greenville took the women's win, breaking the 20 minute mark by one second. Tim Thigpen, 56, of Reidville was the top master in 19:05 with Sally Gregoire, 47, of Greenville leading the women in 23:53. Paul Pochardt, 58, of Greenville led the grandmasters in 22:28 and Debbie Dorman, 51, of East Granby, CT, was the top female in 26:01.
Male, Marathon: Overall - James Harper 2:37:38, Daniel Mos 2:42:06, Bryson Smith 2:43:36. Masters- Joe Hammond 2:59:04, Phil Hargrove 3:02:43, Joe Bowman 3:02:53. Grandmasters - John Bauer 3:06:37, Scott Smith 3:14:10, James Smith 3:21:08. 15-19 - Jay Watson 4:32:21. 20-24-Joshua Benore 3:03:57, James Brooks 3:19:48, Cameron Stober 3:58:34. 2529 - Glenn Bollinger 3;08:33, Kyle Danner 3:09:55, Robert Clark 3:14:54. 30-34 -Todd Roberts 2:46:32, Drew Brannon 2:49:13, Dan Waldschmidt 2:51:30. 35-39- Richard Vest 3:00:36, Brian Hamby 3:03:52, Greg Morris 3:04:43. 40-44 Kouassi Occansey 3:21:01, Andy Casto-Waters 3:22:39, John Intile 3:23:49. 45-49-Doug Girvin 3:05:10, Chris Giordanelli 3:08:34, Jeff Petty 3:11:34. 50-54 -Mike Wilson 3:41:11, Leon Kim 3:44:13, Robert Moore 3:44:30. 55-59Eric Smith 3:26:26, David Lehtonen 3:33:22, Mac Park 3:34:30. 60-64- Bill Boney 3:36:18, Walter Zahler 3:54:15, Stacy Caudell 4:07:16. 65-69- Jerry Stokes 4:53:01, Thomas Brand 5:12:00. 70-74- Mirek Malinowski 5:29:44, Jim Simpson 5:33:43. 75-over- Chuck Van Duzee 5:49:17. Female, Marathon: Overall:-Catherine Adams 3:03:11, Kelly Cattano 3:09:09, Angela Hicks 3:13:08. Masters -Julie Jacobs 3:32:29, Melissa Coleman 3:42:43, Elizabeth Wingard 3:44:09. Grandmasters- Julie Recknor 3:47:36, Tracy Hill 3:54:42, Kimberly Sanders 3:55:08. 20-24- Kimmy Kopp 3:39:28, Amanda Chura 3:59:13, Gloria Watkins 4:35:31. 25-29- Lauren Leffler 3:19:27, Hilary Richards 3:20:32, Anna Gomes 3:38:00. 30-34- Kristy Young 3:21:01, Courtney Warren 3:46:25, Belinda Beaman 4:03;49. 35-39-Jennifer Pryor 3:31:14, Heather Smith 3:39:39, Tara Jordan 3:47:16.4 0-44- Andrea Meade 3:48:54, Meredith Sloan 3:51:53, Angela McCarthy 3:54:56. 45-49-Suzanne Marchesano 4:17:54, Cheryl Dwyer 4:29:27, Deanna Ray 4:50:57. 50-54- Shirley Smith 3:58:48, Annie Jenkins 4:08:11, Lisa Gibbs 4:15:44. 55-59- Jean Longley 4:14:14, Ovella Jessee 4:28:05, Beth Cromer 4:48:25. 60-64- Darlene Knight 4:16:48, Roseanne Moss 4:17;04, Fran Libasci 5:18:01. Male, Half marathon: Overall- Ashley Liew 1:15:41, Philippe Giguere 1:19:08, Robbie Fitzwater 1:24:32. Masters- Jeff Dixon 1:25:37, Tim Stewart 1:26:49, George Meyer 1:30:52. Grandmasters- David Sargent 1:40:04, Bob Nelston 1:40:47, Steve Devita 1:41:41. 14-under- Thomas Manning 1:39:02, Harrison MacDonald 1:50:16, Cartwright Ayres 2:40:46. 15-19 Nathan Smith 1:35:49, Johnston Ball 1:35:20, Will Brown 1:35:50. 20-24 -Gregory Pfister 1:29:38, James Denneny 1:31:20, Denny Huynh 1:34:14. 25-29- Averett Tinsley1:25:31, Garrett Bounds 1:31:44, Donald Cone 1:32:03. 30-34- Michael Webster 1:25:09, Travis Tarbet 1:28:27, Scott Flanagan 1:30:45. 35-39 - Paul Prescott 1:25:18, John Linker 1:31:44, Alvaro Velez 1:32:22. 40-44 -Hugo Morales 1:35:02, Brian Clyburn 1:35:54, Christopher Ferland 1:36:01. 45-49-Rameshone M 1:30:54, Chris Kitzler 1:33:03, Bruce Monroe 1:35:47. 50-54- Larry Bernard 1:41:52, Nathan Farrar 1:44:17, Brad Batdorf 1:47:09. 55-59 Wayne Doerksen 1:45:04, Richard Coggins 1:46:38, Andy Cattano 1:47:01. 60-64 - Vince Herran 1:43:19, John Northen 1:47:48, Buddy Rabun 1:53:52. 65-69- J.C. Kelley 1:45:19, Wes Wessely 1:52:47, John Johnson 2:00:42. 70-74 - Gerry Carner 1:49:51, Guenter Full 2:20:35, Jack Munch 2:47:46. 75-over- Bill Beckwith 2:48:38, Jacob Cooter 2:59:34. Female, Half marathon: Overall - Kristi Arledge 1:26:05, Dee Atkins 1:26:16, Leslie Boozer 1:27:33.
Runners take off at the start of the inaugural Downtown 10K. Photo by Julie Turner Masters- Elizabeth Poupore 1:32:50, Debbie Flynn 1:37:53, Marianne Aiken 1:39:04. Grandmasters- Martha Chapman 1:51:37, Bobbi Siefert 1:53:52, Sandra Chrisler 1:54:03. 14-under- Sarah Finleyson 2:32:06. 15-19- Lucy Rummler 1:40:16, Kelly Martin 1:51:24, Rebekah Clyborne 1:59:39. 20-24- Morgan Vangorder 1:27:45, Presley Parkes 1:33:32, Alyssa Shearer 1:37:18. 25-29 Carey Huntley 1:31:51, Liz Larson 1:34:48, Tracey Fabian 1:40:19. 30-34- Margie Marten 1:32:58, Natalie Ezelle 1:33:10, Braden Reid 1:36:30. 35-39 Julianne Viscardo 1:28:52, Karen Becker 1:31:25, Elizabeth Wells 1:31:26. 40-44- Julie Ross 1:46:35, Catherine Culler 1:48:04, Dawn Coffin 1:51:26. 45-49- Jane Seppala 1:39:06, Susan Lollis 1:53:17, Kim Roose 1:54:28. 50-54Kimm Cason 1:55;09, Alison Frazier 1:55:45, Susan Johnsen 1:55:56. 55-59 - Susan Smith 2:01:40, Hollis Lynch 2:05:37, Dana Boney 2:10:11. 60-64- Margaret Wead 2:14:01, Carol Vorst 2:15:38, Kaye Gehr 2:34:14. 65-69- Brenda Cooter 2:26:30, Susan Peck 2:38:04. 70-74-Tina Jonker 2:19:23, Anne Brooks 2:20:03, Betty Burrell 2:33:53. Male, 10K: Overall - Matt Shock 33:40, Rick Kattouf 39:17, Darren Frederickson 40:17. Masters - Steve Robbins 41:20, George Luke 44:35, Manuel Brito 46:07. Grandmasters - Bob Clary 47:51,Brad Smoak 48:13, Luis Pedraza 49:31. 15-19 - Joseph Calamia 50:48. 20-24 - David Malpica 47:57, Creighton Magoun 56:14, Allen Pennell 1:02:19. 25-29 Kurt Kimmons 40:39, Bryan Brooks 40:53, Alex Wilcox 43:04. 30-34 - Chris Markwell 40:26, Bryan Harmsen 45:39, Jake Axelson 51:00. 35-39 - Brian Talkington 42:09, Blake Camak 53:45, Matt McCauley 55:28. 40-44 -David Hoenicke 46:14, Darin Markford 46:24, Andrew Bruss 46:57. 45-49 -Mark Pfeiffer 47:00, Terry Wood 47:05, John Tomlinson 47:06. 5054 - Danny Lefitz 51:22, Jay Gibson 51:35, Paul Allen 52:20. 55-59 - Greg Bazemore 59:04, Bill Hughes 1;01:08, Dale Hunt 1:03:35. 60-64 - Randy Kimlin 59:11, William Forest 59:24, Michael Whitman 1:15:59. 65-69 - Don Moss 1:02:14. 70-74 - Richard Chivers 1:18:01. Female, 10K: Overall - Ginnie Freeman 39:21, Heather McNeely 43:37, Ashley Neff 45:50. Masters - Gina Latham 49:06, Traci Weisner 49:15, Jann Stanton 50:26. Grandmasters - Karen Oâ€™Brien 52:21, Dianne Day 58:24, Terri Aycock 1:00:15. 14-under - Elisabeth Madeline 59:03, Elise Maness 1:09:57, Ellis McLarty 1:10:22.15-19 - Natalie Scott 52:21, Kelly Humes 55:09, Allison Madeline 58:59. 20-24 - Jackie Tubb 49:53, Katie Burgan 51:16, Allie Simmons 54:27. 25-29 - Katie Sullivan 49:53, Lucy Kimmons 53:15, Kristin Dennis 53:32. 30-34 - Meg Caruso 52:01, Cheryl Hicks 52:51, Erin Watkins 54:02. 35-39 - Alana Nowicki 46:27, Jeanine Widman 48:13, Sarah Winslow 51:32. 40-44 - Jennifer Wood 51:16, Michelle Dillard 52:04, Kimberly Bagwell 56:55. 45-49 - Sherry Howard 51:45, Angie Austin 56:35, Lydia Brown 1:00:04. 50-54 - Nancy Pennell 1:02:19, Debbie Hassell 1:02:58, Robin Brannon 1:06:12. 55-59 - Stephanie Nichols 1:01:22, Kathy Tucker 1:07:11, Martha Junkins 1:08:44. 60-64 - Nancy Anderson 1:04:04, Kathleen Durava 1:10:33, Pam Ledbetter 1:13:03. Male, 5K: Overall - John Ward 16:36, Jonathan Smith 17:16, Craig Reese 17:31. Masters -Tim Thigpen 19:05, Wolfgang Dieminger 19:16, Michael Ward 21:09. Grandmasters - Paul Pochardt 22:28, Rich Kogue 22:38, Tom Wilson 23:29. 14-under - TJ Thigpen 18:57, Kyle Wilson 21:37, Brennan Ponce 21:38. 15-19 - Graham Poore 21:03, Quinn Wilson 21:32, Ivan Estrada 22:01. 20-24 - Mitchell Moore 20:47, Zac Crocker 23:50, Jared Crowetipton 32:07. 25-29 - Chas Bridwell 30:41, Wendell Bates 31:07, John Lamb 31:31. 30-34 - Gregory Lovejoy 19:54, Scott Kaylor 19:55, Peter Andersen 23:51. 35-39 - Brian Ameling 21:13, John Baus 22:13, Brian Young 23:44. 40-44 - Chris Semones 23:22, Eugene Unger 24;50, Chris Klepin 25:11. 45-49 - Joseph Bonarrigo 22:00, Damon Gregoire 23:33, Todd Taylor 24:50. 50-54 - John Clements 28:27, Randall Willis 29:53, Mike Tedstone 30:57. 55-59 - Wayne Mullen 24:24, Chris Junkins 25:22, Mark Freitag 26:09. 60-64 - Lee Hastie 23;41, Gregge Welborn 31:30, Joe Fahed 44:37. 65-69 - Mike Workman 30:42, Ed Wilkinson 33:24, Tom Eggleton 40:02. 70-74 - George Tambini 36:42, Jack Munich 48:47. 75-over - Sam Zanca 41:53. Female, 5K: Overall - Lacey Meadows 19:59, Amanda Ward 20:14, Holly Houston 20:14. Masters - Sally Gregoire 23:53, Susan Monroe 25:08, Leigh Green 25:45. Grandmasters - Debbie Dorman 26:01, Sallie Beth Todd 26:03, Lisette Dimitrew 27:01. 14-under - Mary Baus 21:22, Rebecca Ward 22:57, Joanna Fayonsky 22:57. 15-19 - Chloe Compton 22:58, Ashley Tisdale 23:56, Anna Gregoire 27:13. 20-24 - Emily McMahan 25:59, Jessica Todd 26:03, Samantha Gault 27:26. 25-29 - Lindsey Blackton 21:11, Francesca Stubbins 26:25, Amy Russ 26:25. 30-34 - Maggie Newburg 24:21, Melissa Kale 29:21, Danee Frederick 29:46. 35-39 - Ericka Richards 20:29, Sarah Kemp 25;07, Glenda Prickett 27:44. 40-44 - Laurie Herron 26:48, Samantha Wallace 28:13, Julie Harris 29:27. 45-49 - Janelle Ward 27:06, Christine Grogan 31:13, Angie Austin 32:03. 50-54 - Jacqueline Sullivan 29:32, Mimi Hunt 29:58, Beverly Crowetipton 32:18. 55-59 Barbara Blanton 33:30, Barbara Kramer 34:42, Dea Cox 35:13. 60-64 - Sally Baranski 32:12, Cynthia Hardwick 38:00, Mireya Freeman 56:34. 70-74 - Barbara Soucy 30:27, Joan Wilkinson 48:29, Ada Munich 48:46.
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Running Journal • December 2013
THE ONLY CALENDAR YOU NEED TO RUN THE SOUTH Race Directors: Use form on page 34 to send information on all upcoming races. Runners: Please verify information before traveling to a race. When requesting information, always enclose a SASE. Abbreviations: RD = race day, RW = racewalk, FR = fun run, P/M = postmarked, W/C = wheelchair.
ALABAMA Dec. 1, Mobile - Puzzle Piece Dash 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Kerrie Benson (251)610-4969, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 2, Huntsville - Galaxy of Lights 5K, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Athens - AHS JROTC Jingle Bell Jog 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Auburn - AORTA Toys for Tots 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 7:30am. Info: Monica Kennis (334)737-1835, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Decatur - Frosty Freeze 5K & Jingle Bell 1 Mile, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Montgomery - Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, 5K 8:31am; 1 Mile Walk 9:35am. Info: Lisa Hemphill (334)557-1577, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Semmes - Semmes’ Snowflake 5K Run/Walk & FR, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Huntsville - Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, 5K 2pm. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Bay Minette - Christmas Fest Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Martha Davidson (251)435-3910, martha.davidson@ infirmaryhealth.org. Dec. 14, Birmingham - Meadow Brook Runs, 5K 9am; 1 mi. FR 10am. Info: Bob Cosby (205)991-6054, JVPOA@juno.com. Dec. 14, Birmingham - Great Amazing Race Adults & Kids Adventure Race, 1 Mile Cross Obstacle Course Run for Team of 2, 2pm. Info: Flying Color Sports, (513)518-0528, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Ft. Rucker - Mistletoe 5K, 9am. Info: (334)255-2296. Dec. 14, Huntsville - Rocket City Marathon, 8am; Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063 (before 7pm), suzanne@ fleetfeethuntsville.com, www.runrocketcity.com Dec. 14, Mobile - Cougars Running Wild 5K Run/Walk, 3pm. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Point Clear - Holiday 1/2 Marathon & 8K, 8:30am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 15, Mobile - Great Amazing Race Adults & Kids Adventure Race, 1 Mile Cross Obstacle Course Run for Team of 2, 2pm. Info: Flying Color Sports, (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Bayou La Batre - Bells In the Bayou 4 Mile & FR/Walk, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Dothan - Wiregrass Habitrot 5K Elves on the Trail, 9am. Info: Amy Schutz (334)792-8453, email@example.com. Dec. 24, Montgomery - Herron Dermatology Christmas Eve Flashmob Marathon, Half Marathon 10K & 5K, 4am. Info: Hardy Sellers (334)356-7271, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Dothan - Last Gasp 5K Trail Run, 9am. Info: Larry Dykes (334)792-6021. Dec. 29, Irondale - Team Magic CX Irondale, Cross Country Style Run 8am; Cyclocross 10am. Info: Team Magic (205)2223564, email@example.com. Dec. 31, Killen - Millennium Run 5K & 1 Mile FR, 11:45pm. Info: Bobby Strickland (256)810-3365, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Homewood - Red Shoe Run, 10 Mile, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 7am. Info: Trish Portuese (205)933-8911, email@example.com. Jan. 11, Huntsville - XTERRA Alabama Monte Sano State Park 15K & 5K Trail Run. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Montgomery - The Extra Mile Race (5K + 1 Mile), 8:30am. Info: (334)310-0604, email@example.com. Jan. 12, Mobile - Servis1st Bank First Light Marathon & Half Marathon, 1.2 Mile FR & 5-Person Marathon Relay; 7:30am. Info: Martin E. O’Malley (251)438-2094, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, Auburn - AORTA Auburn Half Marathon & 10K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 18, Coker - Tashka 50K/25K Trail Run, 4 Mile; 7am. Info: Alison White (205)826-1658, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, Dothan - Hog Wild Run 15K & 5K, 2pm. Info: Larry Dykes (334)792-6021. Jan. 25, Opelika - Unforgettable Footsteps Mardi Gras Run/ Walk, 5K & 1 Mile Fun Walk; 8am. Info: (334)749-5264. Jan. 25, Orange Beach - Mardi Gras 5 Mile Bridge Run & Moonpie 1 Mile Beach Run; 8am. Info: Mike Pate (251)980-1045, info@HarleySports.com. Feb. 1, Dothan - SACF Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (334)4460247, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Florala - Cancer Freeze 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Johnson (850)951-5385, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Dauphin Island - Battle of Mobile Bay 5K, 9am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223, email@example.com. Feb. 16, Birmingham - Mercedes Marathon, Half Marathon & Marathon Relay, 7:03am; 5K on 2/15, 8am. Info: Jill Edwards (205)870-7771, www.mercedesmarathon.com Feb. 22, Alexander City - Russell Forest Run, 10K & 5K;
7:45am-TBD. Info: Robert Gunn (256)397-1019, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 23, Gulf Shores - Gulf Coast Half Marathon Series. Info: Gulf Coast Event Group, Inc. (850)325-0131, email@example.com.
March 8, Tuscaloosa - Tuscaloosa Half Marathon, 8am; $70 by 1/15; $80 1/16-3/5. Info: Charles Tiller (205)469-2184, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tuscaloosahalfmarathon.com March 22, Mobile - Azalea Trail Run, 10K 7:30am; 5K 8am; 2K 9am; $20/10K & 5K, $12/ 2K by 3/19, after $25/$18, $30/$20 on RD. Info: Azalea Trail Run, POB 6427, Mobile, AL 36660; Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com, www.pcpacers.org
ARKANSAS Dec. 7, Batesville - White River Christmas Half Marathon & Relay, 9am. Info: (870)793-2464, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Bentonville - Frosty 5K. Info: (479)464-7275, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Fayetteville - Jingle Bell Jog 5K & Reindeer Relays, 8am. Info: (479)530-8084, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Little Rock - Craig’s Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, 5K & 1 Mile; 11am. Info: Angela Harris (501)664-4591, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Mountain Home - ALI Jingle Bell 5K, 9am. Info: (870)5081009, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Ozark - Ozark Jingle Bell 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Russellville - Equestrian Zone Walk/Trot 5K, 9am. Info: (479)970-8351, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Springdale - Ugly Christmas Sweater 5K, 1pm. Info: (479)725-2213, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Star City - Five Dollar 5K, 10K & 25K; 10am. Info: (870)628-4714, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Benton - Speedy Santa 5K, 8:30am. Info: (501)7782271, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Camden - Electric Reindeer Dash 5K & 1K, 9am. Info: (870)866-2769, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Conway - Frozen Feet 5K, 8:30am. Info: Laura Harrell (501)472-4068, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Hot Springs - Hot Springs Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, 5K & 1 Mile; 9am. Info: Lauren Ross (501)664-7243, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Little Rock - The Bacon 5K, 8am. Info: (501)918-5321, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Little Rock - Light Up the Night 5K, 5pm. Info: (501)2313730, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Pine Bluff - CASA Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (870)540-4911, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Russellville - ’Tis the Season 10K, 9am. Info: (479)9704394, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Van Buren - Crawford County Optimist Club 5K & 1 Mile, 4pm. Info: (918)208-9237, email@example.com. Dec. 15, Fayetteville - Fayetteville Half Marathon. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Batesville - Rudolph Run 5K, 6pm. Info: (870)6122000. Dec. 21, Dardanelle - Mount Nebo Bench Trail 4 Mile, 9am. Info: (479)477-0909, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Fayetteville - Jingle Bell Jog 5K & Reindeer Relays, 8am. Info: (479)530-8084, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Conway - Racin’ New Year’s Eve 5K, 10am. Info: (501)329-8102, email@example.com. Dec. 28, North Little Rock - Three Bridges Marathon (3B26). Info: Run3B26@live.com. Jan. 1, Fayetteville - Fleet Feet New Years Day 10K & 4K, 10am. Info: (479)571-8786, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Van Buren - Race to the Stage 5K, 9am. Info: (479)9269570, email@example.com. Jan. 11, North Little Rock - MLK 5K, 8am. Info: (501)231-3730, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Wynne - Fit 4 Life 10K/25K, 8am. Info: (870)238-4610, email@example.com.
Jan. 18, Danville - No Name 5K, 10am. Info: (479)622-3207, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, Rogers - Tux on the Run 5K for NWA Mercy YMCA, 10am. Info: Ashton Caton (479)273-9622, ashtoncaton@ crowder.edu. Feb. 1, Conway - Freezin’ for a Reason 10K, 5K & 2K; 9am. Info: (501)472-7804, email@example.com. Feb. 8, Hackett - The Lovely Lap 5K, 9am. Info: (479)638-0015, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Hot Springs - Jack-n-Back Half Marathon, 9am. Info: Dow Stough (501)620-4520, email@example.com. Feb. 15, Alexander - Eagle Run 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (501)416-0224, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Hot Springs - Van Davis Memorial 5K, 9am. Info: (501)760-4240, email@example.com. Feb. 16, Texarkana - Run the Line Half Marathon, 2-person relay 6.55 mi.; 8am (7:30am early start). Info: J.R. Harrison (903)7927186, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Benton - The Beat Goes On 5K, 9am. Info: (800)9461790, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Horation - Never Give Up-Never Give In 5K, 9am. Info: (870)832-4763, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Little Rock - Bowen 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com.
FLORIDA Dec. 1, Cocoa - Space Coast Marathon, 6:30am; Half Marathon, 6am. Info: (321)751-8890, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 1, Davie - Great Amazing Race Adults & Kids Adventure Race, 1 Mile Cross Obstacle Course Run for Team of 2, 2pm. Info: Flying Color Sports, (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Dec. 1, Ponte Vedra Beach - Guana Back to Nature Trail Races, 50K Ultra & 50K Relay 8am; 12K 1pm. Info: Mark Ryan (50K Race Dir.) (904)338-3230, markryan@watsonrealty corp.com; Bob Fernee (12K Race Dir.) (904)743-3161, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 4, Boca Raton - Boca Raton Pal Holiday Mile, 7:15pm. Info: Runners Edge (561)361-1950, email@example.com. Dec. 5, Indialantic - Santa Suits On the Loose, 5K Run 6pm. Info: Trish Facciobene (321)288-5758, trishf@beachside therapy.com. Dec. 7, Boca Raton - Inspiration 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: (561)253-4929, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Crawfordsville - Reindeer 5K Run, 8:30am. Info: Susan Jones (850)566-7584, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Fort Lauderdale - CCA 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Fort Myers - City of Palms River Run, 10K & 2 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: Ft. Myers TC (239)332-IRUN. Dec. 7, Jacksonville - Festival of Lights 5K, 6pm; 1 Mile FR, 5:30pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. Dec. 7, Jacksonville - GREAT AMAZING RACE Adults & Kids Adventure Race, 1 Mile Cross Obstacle Course Run for Team of 2, 2pm. Info: (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Melbourne - Run For The Future 5K, 4:30pm. Info: Beth Rossman (321)751-8890, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, New Smyrna Beach - Ed Root Memorial 10K & 5K Run, 8am. Info: Kimla Shelton (386)424-2175, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Orlando - OUC Orlando Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:05am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Sarasota - Achieva Reindeer Trot 5K, 10K & Dog Walk; 8:30am. Info: Chelsey Wilson (727)431-7362, email@example.com. Dec. 7, St. Augustine - Gingerbread Man Dash, 5K 8:30am. Info: Sal Palmieri - firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Tallahassee - GWTC 10 Mile & 5 Mile Challenge, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Tallahassee - Jingle Bell Run, 6:15pm. Info: Jan Bubsey (850)891-3860, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec 7, Tampa - Pretty Muddy Women’s Mud Run, 5K 8am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 8, Bradenton - Scrooge 10K at Heritage Harbour, 8am. Info: Suncoast Striders (941)799-2058, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Daytona Beach - YMCA Corporate 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Mica Cyrus (386)405-9889, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Fernandina Beach - Reindeer Run & Games, Half Marathon & 5K 7am; Kids 1 Mile 10am; 1/2 Mile Run w/Santa 10:15am; 100yd. Dash 10:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Melbourne - Run For The Boat 5K, 8am. Info: David Carroll (321)223-6142, email@example.com. Dec. 8, West Palm Beach - Palm Beaches Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, 6am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Cape Canaveral - Reindeer Run/Walk, 5K Run/Walk, 8am; SCR Youth Series Fun Run, 9am; Info: (321)751-8890, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Jacksonville - Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk for Arthritis 5K, 6pm. Info: Wendy Smith (904)644-7317, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 14, Miami Beach - 2013 Live Ultimate RUN South Beach, half marathon (new), quarter marathon (6.55 miles), 5K run/walk, team challenge and ultimate kids dash. Nikki Beach Club, 1 Ocean Dr. “Runcation” weekend, Dec. 13-15. Info: http:// liveultimate.com/live-ultimate-south-beach Dec 14, Miami - Pretty Muddy Women’s Mud Run, 5K 8am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Orlando - Vanessa Welch Reindeer Run, 3 Mile 7:15am; Free Kid’s Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Palm Coast - Starlight Marathon & 5K, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, St. Augustine - Santa Suits On The Loose 5K Walk/Jog/ Run, 8am. Info: Mary Jacobs (904)669-1207, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 15, Boca Raton - It’s a Wonderful Life 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile Run/Walk; 7am. Info: Race Hotline (561)212-5982. Dec. 15, Palm Bay - Bayfront 5K9, 5K 8am. Info: (321)7254609, email@example.com. Dec. 20, Lakewood Ranch - The Jingle 5K Run/Walk, 7pm. Info: Doug Schiller (941)932-6147, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 21, Clearwater - 25th Annual Say No To Drugs Holiday Classic, 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am; $21 by 12/10, $28 Race Day. Info: Chris Alexander, POB 781, Clearwater, FL 33757; (727)434-3409, racedir@saynoto drugs.com, www.saynotodrugs.com Dec. 21, Cocoa - Cocoa YMCA Candy Cane 5K, 8am. Info: Jill Bond (321)433-7770, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Jacksonville - Holiday Pajama Run, 5K Run/Walk 9am. Info: (877)456-0220, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Jacksonville - The Last Gasp 3.1 Mile Cross Country Run, Free Kids Cross Country Run; 1:30pm. Info: Herb Taskett (904)372-0509. Dec. 21, Satellite Beach - Running Zone’s Jingle Bell 2 Miler, 5:45pm. Info: Denise Piercy (321)751-8890, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Tallahassee - Tannenbaum 6K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 24, Lake Helen - Holiday Stress Buster 5K & FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 28, Hawthorne - Winter Blast 6K Run & 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Okaloosa Island/Fort Walton Beach - Round the Bay Relay/Ultra Race, 36.8 Miles & 36.8 Mile Relay (6 man team). Info: Dennis Samac (850)678-6682, email@example.com. Dec. 28, West Palm Beach - South Florida Fair 5K Run/Walk, 7:45am. Info: (561)793-0333, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 29, Jacksonville - Jacksonville Bank Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, 7am; $30/5K, $45/Half, $70/Marathon 11/1-30; $35/ $50/$75 12/1-28; $40/$55/$80 on RD. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com, www.1stplacesports.com See Ad page 11. Dec. 29, Panama City Beach - The Biggest Loser Run/Walk, Half Marathon & 5K 8am; 1 Mile Kids FR 12pm. Info: Tim Brazel (815)464-1265, email@example.com. Dec. 31, Jacksonville - VYStar 5K Gator Bowl Run, 1pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. Jan. 4, Jacksonville - LA Fitness New Years 5K Run, 8:30am. Info: Sal Palmieri - firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Melbourne Beach - Symphony Sprint “Formal” 5K, 8am. Info: Enie Windle (321)693-3235, email@example.com. Jan. 4, Tallahassee - Swamp Forest Trail Marathon, Half Marathon & 6.5 Mile Run, 8am. Info: Bobby York (850)443-6795, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Tampa - Croom Zoom 100K & 50K, 6am; 25K, 7am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Jan. 4, West Palm Beach - Sunshine State Races, Half Marathon & 5K; 6:30am. Info: 239-635-7881.
Jan. 5, Alva - River, Roots & Ruts Trail Run, Half Marathon 8am; 5K 8:15am; $40/ Half, $18/5K by 12/1, after $45/Half, $20/5K. Info: Steve Brookman, Race Dir., 130 Rockaway Rd., Lebanon, NJ 08833; (908)236-2122, RaceDirector@RRR Trail.com, www.RRRTrail.com Jan. 5, DeLeon Springs - DeLeon Springs Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (386)736-0002, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, Orange Park - Resolution Run 10K & 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 10:30am. Info: Kellie Howard (904)333-9208, email@example.com. Jan. 11, Ormond Beach - Run To Stop Crime 10K & 5K, 7:30am. Info: Crime Stoppers of NE Florida, Inc. (386)212-6543, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, The Jacksonville Landing - 5K Healthy, Fit, and Smart Family Run, 5K 9am; 1 Mile FR 10am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. Jan. 11, Melbourne - Roll Back to the 70’s 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: David Ryan (321)258-7017, email@example.com. Jan. 11, Tallahassee - GWTC 30K & 15K, 8am. Info: Jerry and Jackie McDaniel (850)591-0081, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Tallahassee - Trailblazer 5K & 1 Mile Run for Literacy. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 12, Tampa - One Voice 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 12, Winter Park - Run to Decrease Silence and Increase Hope, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: Jessica Kotnour (407)2470659, email@example.com. Jan. 18, Amelia Island - ZOOMA Florida Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: (703)349-2230, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, New Smyrna Beach - Go Dog Go 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Lori Lee (954)536-1141, 6GDG2014@gmail.com. Jan. 18, Tallahassee - Dragon Dash 5K & 1 Mile, 9:30am. Info: Kate Taluga (850)386-6566, email@example.com. Jan. 18, Orlando - Dick Batchelor Run for the Children 5K, 7:15am; Kid’s FR, 8:30am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, Viera - Miles for Myles 5K Family Fun Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Tom & Kathy Freeberg (321)242-8945, email@example.com.
Running Journal • December 2013
Jan. 19, Clearwater - Clearwater Running Festival: Marathon, Halfathon, 5 Miler & 5K Fitness Walk; 7:05am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.clearwaterrunning.com Jan. 19, Enterprise - Cure PSP 5K & 15K Relay, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 19, Key West - Key West Half Marathon, 7am; 5K Run, 7:20am. Info: Barb Wright (305)240-0727, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.keywesthalfmarathon.com
Jan. 19, Naples - Naples Daily News Half Marathon, 7am; $40 by 12/1, $55 12/1-1/12; $75 1/13-1/18; $100 on RD. Info: Perry Silverman, POB 8636, Naples, FL 34102; (678)777-5622, Psilvrman@aol.com, www.napleshalfmarathon.net Jan. 19, Ocala - Ocala Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 7:15am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: Chris Moling (352)637-2475, email@example.com. Jan. 19, Viera - World of Beer Tap It and Run 5K, 9am. Info: Chuck Liska (321)795-9389, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, Merritt Island - Great Mom’s 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 25, Winter Park - Seasons 52 Park Ave. 5.2K, 7:30am; Healthy 100 Kids’ Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, St. Augustine - Matanzas 5000, 5K 9am; FR 10:15am. Info: Jay Floyd (904)945-6811, email@example.com. Jan. 26, Celebration - Town of Celebration Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Ken Zambito (321)436-9742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 26, Jacksonville - First Coast Parkinson’s 5K Run, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. Jan. 26, Lakewood Ranch - Suncoast Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 26, Tallahassee - Red Fox Trot 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 26, Tampa - Florida Challenge Half Marathon & 5K Trail Runs, Half 8am; 5K 8:30am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Jan. 26, Titusville - Scrub Jay 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; Sprint Duathlon: R-5K, B-12.4 Mile, R-5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Daytona Beach - Lourdes Academy “Go Make A Difference” 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Molly Clark (386)547-0163, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Jacksonville - Wolfson Children’s Challenge, 55-Mile Ultra Marathon 4am; 55-Mile Ultra Relay 4:30am; & 1 Mile FR 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1-2, Melbourne - Melbourne Music Marathon Weekend, 2/ 1: 8K 7am, 5K 8am; 2/2: Marathon 6:30am, Half 7:05am, Handcycle 10am. Info: (321)759-7200, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Winter Park - Florida Hospital Lady Track Shack 5K Run/ Walk (women only), 7:30am; Kid’s Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 2, Miami - Miami Marathon & Half Marathon, 6:15am (Wheelchair 6:05am); Tropical 5K on 2/1, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com.
Feb. 2, Tallahassee - 40th Tallahassee Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am; $65/ marathon, $45/half 9/1-11/30; $75/$55 12/1/ 13-2/1/14 (online registration closes at Midnight on 1/31/14); $90/$70 RD (if space available). Info: tallahasseemarathon@ gmail.com, www.TallahasseeMarathon.com See Ad page 25. Feb. 8, Jacksonville - Duck Dash 5K, 9am; Kids FR, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, St. Augustine - Character Counts! in St. Johns County Six Pillars 6K & 3K Run/Walk, 2pm. Info: Christina Langston (904)547-7504, email@example.com. Feb. 9, Jacksonville - Sweetheart 5K, 8:30am. Info: Sal Palmieri - firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Orange Park - 8K River Day 2014, 8K & 5K 8am; 1 Mile FR 9:30am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. Feb. 15, St. Marks (Tallahassee) - The Flash 12K & 6K Race, 8:30am. Info: Mark Priddy (850)668-4907, email@example.com. Feb. 15, Winter Park - Run Around the Pines 5K, 7:30am; Healthy 100 Kids’ Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15-16, Gainesville - Five Points of Life Race Weekend, Marathon, Half marathon, Relay, 5K; 7am. Info: Brite Whitaker (352)224-1728, email@example.com, http:// www.fivepointsoflife.com/race/five-points-of-life-race-weekend/ Feb. 16, Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach Half Marathon, 6am. Info: Central Florida Sports Commission (407)648-4900 (x11), firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 16, Fort Lauderdale - Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, 6am; 2/15: 5K 7am; 2/16: Kids FR, 11am. Info: Matthew Lorraine (561)504-2001, email@example.com, www.a1amarathon.com Feb. 16, Tampa - Flatwoods Ramble 10 Mile, 8am; 5K, 8:15am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Everglades City - Everglades Ultras, Trail Runs; 50 Mile 6am, 50K 7:30am, 25K 9am. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, email@example.com. Feb. 22-23, Tampa - Gasparilla Half Marathon, 6am (2/23); 8K Run, 9am (2/23); 2/22: 15K Wheelchair 6:40am, 15K Run 6:45am; 5K Run 9am; 5K Stroller Roll 9:50am; 5K Walk 10am. Info: (813)254-7866, www.tampabayrun.com
Feb. 23, Jacksonville Beach - 26.2 with Donna: The National Marathon to Fight Breast Cancer, Half Marathon, Relay, 5K & Family FR; 7:30am. Info: (904)355-7465, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 15, Jacksonville - Gate River Run, USA 15K Championship Run/Walk, 8:30am; Florida Times Union 5K for Charity Run/ Walk, 8:30am; Adidas Junior River Run (Free 1 Mile FR for Children), 11am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplace sports.com.www.gate-riverrun.com/
GEORGIA Dec. 7, Canton - Reindeer Run, 5K & 1 Miler, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Fayetteville - Woolsey Baptist 5K for Missions, 9am; FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Gainesville - Santa Sprint 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Bret Sexton (770)533-5840, email@example.com Dec. 7, Lafayette - Optimist Reindeer Run, 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Family FR/Walk, 8am. Info: AJaye Brown (423)401-8330, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec . 7, Manchester - Run, Run, Rudolph 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Family FR, 8am. Info: Regina Garrett email@example.com. Dec. 7, Monroe - Walton County Half Marathon, 9am. Info: David Dickinson (770)601-9809, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Oakwood - HO HO HUSTLE 5K, 4:30pm; 1 Mile FR, 4pm. Info: Nancy Peeples (706)968-5244, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Peachtree City - Jingle Bell Trail 5K, 9am; 1 Mile, 9:10am. Info: (770)-631-3250, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Royston - XTERRA Georgia “Victoria Bryant” 5K or 10K Trail Run. Info: (404)310-3628, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Winder - Holly Jolly Elf Trot, 5K Run 3pm. Info: Meredith Cameron (770)867-8808. Dec. 14, Atlanta - The Fast, Fun Phidippides 5K, 8am. Info: Ed Willliams (404)327-7738, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Bainbridge - Run Rudolph Run 5K & 1 Mile. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Dalton - Carpet Capital 10 Miler & 5K, 9am. Info: David Leatherman (706)275-5505, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Dawsonville - Reindeer Run 5K/10K & Rudolph Ride Duathlon, 8:30am. Info: (770)633-5511, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Gainesville - Holiday Hustle 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 14, Loganville - F.A.C.E.S. Jingle Jog for Autism 5K Run, 12:30pm; 1 Mile “Reindeer Dash”, 12 Noon; $20/5K, $17/1 Mile by 12/7; after $25. Info: Teresa Johnson, 200 Double Springs Church Rd., Monroe, GA 30656; (770)354-6064, georgiafaces@ aol.com, www.georgiafaces.info/, www.active.com Dec. 14, Thomasville - Red Nose Run, Half Marathon & 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: Shawna Griffin (229)224-7255, email@example.com. Dec. 15, Johns Creek - Five Star 5K/10K Championship, 2pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Atlanta - Atlanta Christmas 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Bishop - Will Chamberlin Memorial Santa Stroll 8K, 8:30am. Info: Carole Black (706)680-7223, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Dunwoody - Charity Benevolent Fund Winter Harvest Festival Benefit & 5K, 9am. Info: Larry Manuel (478)986-4908, email@example.com. Dec. 22, Bethlehem - Wiseman 5K Run/Walk, 4pm; FR/Walk, 3:30pm. Info: George Roberson (678)548-4879, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Macon - Charity Benevolent Fund Winter Harvest Festival Benefit & 5K, 9am. Info: Larry Manuel (478)986-4908, email@example.com. Jan. 1, Marietta - New Year’s Day 5K & 10K, 8:15am; 1 Mile Sprint, 8am. Info: (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Bainbridge - Kiwanis River Run 10K & 5K, 9am. Info: Paul Fryer (229)246-8560, email@example.com. Jan. 4, Columbus - Red Nose Half Marathon, 8am. Info: (706)5969308, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan. 10, Elberton - Elbert County Chamber of Commerce Twilight Stroll by the Granite Bowl, Fun Run 7pm; 5K 7:30pm; 10.1K, 8:30pm; $20/1 mi., $20/5K, $25/10.1K, $30/2 events, $40/3 events; after 12/28 add $5 for each event. Info: Elbert County Chamber of Commerce Office (706)283-5651, www.elbertga.com Jan. 11, Macon - Pilot Club Chase 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: (706)769-9256. Jan. 18, Cumming - Dirty Spokes “Charleston Park Frosted Foot” 6 Mile Trail Run. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 18, Warner Robins - Museum of Aviation Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:15am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: Robert Dubiel, Dir. of Marketing (478)-926-6870, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.museumofaviation.org
www.running.net Jan. 26, Pine Mountain - Callaway Gardens Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Dave Johnson (770)565-5208, email@example.com, www.callawaygardens.com
Jan. 31-Feb 1, Tybee Island - Critz Tybee Run Fest, 1/31: Kiddie Run 6pm; 5K Run 6:15pm; 2/1: 10K 7am; Half Marathon 8:30am; 2.8 Mile Beach Run 12pm; 1 Mile 1pm; $30/ 5K, $35/10K, $55/Half, $25/2.8 Mile, $20/1 Mile, $100/All 5 Events by 12/7; $35/$40/$60/ $30/$25/$120 12/8-1/27; $40/$45/$65/$35/$30/ $130 1/28-1/31. Info: Robert Espinoza (912)355-3527, robert@fleetfeetsavannah. com, www.critztybeerun.com Feb. 1, Americus - Americus Kiwanis 5K Kold Run & Walk, 8am. Info: Charlene Pennymon (229)928-6487, Stephen Pinnell (229)9381099. Feb. 1, Newnan - Run for Angels, 5K & 10K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Watkinsville - Dirty Spokes “Heritage Park” 7.5 or 2.8 Mile Trail Run. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 8, Powder Springs - Run for the Son, 5K & 10K 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:45am. Info: Lisa Quilis (770)590-0334 (209), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feb. 15, Norcross - Run to Love 5K, 9:30am; $30 by 2/11, $40 on RD; Add Code R2L14 for $10 off. Info: Ashley Johns, POB 922518, Norcross, GA 30010-2518, suth74@ hotmail.com, www.runtolove5k.com Feb. 16, Kennesaw - Locomotive Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Jefferson - Frosty Fun Run & 5K Trail Race, FR 10:30am; 5K 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Rome - Run with the Wolves 5K, 8:30am; 2 Mile Health Walk, 8:40am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Winder - XTERRA Georgia “Thrill in the Hills” Marathon & Half Marathon. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 23, Augusta - GRU Augusta Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: Lauren Dallas (706)722-8326 (x241), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept. 6, Peachtree City - Divas Half Marathon & 5K, $80/half by 3/15, $90 3/16-6/ 15, $100 6/16-9/2, $120/at Expo; $50/5K by 6/ 15, $65 6/16-9/2, $75/at Expo. Info: 1(800)7337089, email@example.com, www.runlikeadiva.com See Ad page 21.
KENTUCKY Dec. 5, Brandenburg - Jingle Bell Trot, 2.2 Mile, 6:30pm. Info: Aaron Greenwell (270)422-2227, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Berea - Jingle Bell Run 5K, 4pm. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Falls of Rough - Cannon 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Annette Martin (270)547-9863, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Manchester - Tiger B-Ball Jingle Bell Jog 4 Miler, 10am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Mt. Vernon - Jingle Bell 6K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Paintsville - Christmas on the Country Music Highway Half Marathon, 5K; 8am. Info: Anthony Skeans (606)791-2902, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Stanford - Jingle Bell Jog for Alzheimer’s 5K, 2:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Cadiz - Reindeer Run 5K, 5pm. Info: Toni Martinazzi (270)924-9895, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Corbin - Jingle Bell Jog 5K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Hartford - Together We Can Care Holiday Haul 5K Run/ Walk, 9am. Info: (270)274-7787, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Hyden - Winter Warm Up 10K & 5K, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Lexington - YMCA Reindeer Ramble 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Louisville - Reindeer Romp 4K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Somerset - Santa Shuffle 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 28, Lexington - St. Pete’s Pacers 5K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Bowling Green - Hangover Classic 5K & Relay, 12pm. Info: Erin Ballou (270)202-3395, email@example.com. Jan. 1, Brandenburg - MAC New Year’s Day Race, 5K & 10K; 10am. Info: Aaron Greenwell (270)422-2227, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Lexington - Resolution Run 5 Miler & 3K, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 4, Lancaster - Lady Lions Resolution Run 5K, 1pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, London - Run for the Hills Resolution 5K, 10am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 11, Louisville - Frostbite 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Williamsburg - Border Bowl 5K, 9am. Info: Robyn Blakely (606)521-1387, email@example.com.
Feb. 1, Louisville - Flight for Air Climb, 38 Floors; 8am. Info: Deena Kinkade Adams (502)363-2652, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Louisville - Snowman Shuffle 4 Miler, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 22, Bowling Green - Total Fitness Connection Run & Walk for Children, Mini Marathon, 5K Run, 5K Fun Walk & 5K Pumpn-Run; 8am. Info: Sandra Pence (270)781-6714, firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOUISIANA Dec. 7, Baton Rouge - Baton Rouge Beach Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Craig Watson (225)292-3800, (225)3243123, email@example.com. Dec. 7, New Orleans - Freedom Run 5K & 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (504)883-8225, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Baton Rouge - Woman’s Half Marathon & 10K Road Race, 7:05am; (225)K FR, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, New Orleans - Ole Man River Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: (504)304-2326, raceinfo@runNOTC.org, http:// theyatrace.com/node/33/registration/register. Dec. 14, New Orleans - Reindeer Run & Eggnog Jog, 1/2 Mile & 1 Mile; 8:30am. Info: (504)468-1488, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 15, Lutcher - Bonfire Festival 5K & Kids 1/2 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 21, Kenner - Louisiana Riverfront Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (504)468-1488, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, New Orleans - Great Amazing Race Adults & Kids Adventure Race, 1 Mile Cross Obstacle Course Run for Team of 2, 1pm. Info: Flying Color Sports, (513)518-0528, email@example.com. Dec. 29, Franklinton - Q50 2nd Edition Welcome the New Year, 5 & 10 Mile Trail Runs; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, New Orleans - Larry Fuselier Race, 25K & 1 Mile. Info: raceinfo@runNOTC.org. Jan. 12, New Orleans - Jackson Day Race, 9K. Info: raceinfo@runNOTC.org. Jan. 17-19, Baton Rouge - Louisiana Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am (on 1/19); 5K 8am & Kids Marathon 9:30am (on 1/18). Info: email@example.com. Feb. 2, New Orleans - Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon, Half Marathon & 2-Person Relay, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)4506510 or (800)311-1255.
MARYLAND Dec. 1, Edgewater - Cold Turkey 10K, 8:30am. Info: Donna Cogle (443)623-6628, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Annapolis - DeCesaris/Prout Cancer Foundation Jingle Bell 5K Run/3K Walk, Runners 9am, Walkers 9:05am; $25/individual by 11/23, after 11/23 $30, Race Day $35; $60/Family by 11/23, after 11/23 $65, Race Day $70. Info: Jeremey McDonald - Race Director, email@example.com, https:// endurancecui.active.com/event-reg/select-race?e=5114454. Dec. 7, Beltsville - St. Joseph Regional Catholic School 5K Race & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (240)568-3059, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Ellicott City - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K, 9:30am; Centennial Park. Info: Leslie Allen (443)738-9629, or Jillian Beam (443)7389621; email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mdjbr.kintera.org. Dec. 7, Rock Hall - Rock Hall Reindeer Stampede 5K Run/Walk, 10:30am. Info: Krista Batchelor (443)553-4869, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Solomons Island - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K. Info: Leslie Allen (443)738-9629, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mdjbr.kintera.org. Dec. 8, Annapolis - Anniversary Run 15K, 10am. Info: Stacie Oliver (301)996-5051, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Gaithersburg - Seneca Slopes 8K Cross Country Race, 9am. Info: MCRRC (301)525-7984, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Baltimore - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K, Du Burns ArenaBonvenga Field. Info: Jaclyn Riedel (443)738-9623, email@example.com, www.mdjbr.kintera.org. Dec. 14, Fort Meade - Reindeer 5K Run, 8am. Info: (301)6773867. Dec. 15, Rockville - Jingle Bell Jog 8K, 9am. Info: Brown firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 31, Hagerstown - Hawk Indoor Marathon 9am. Info: (540)398-7719, email@example.com. Feb. 8, Millersville - Valentine’s 5K, 10am. Info: Irene MyersThompson (410)360-0888, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 16, Greenbelt - George Washington Birthday Marathon & Relay, 10am Info: email@example.com.
MISSISSIPPI Dec. 6, Clinton - Clinton YMCA Ready, Set, Glow 5K Run, 6:30pm; 5K Walk, 6:35am. Info: Clinton YMCA (601)924-5812. Dec. 7, Long Beach - Jingle Bell 5K & 1 Mile Run, 9am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 10, Canton - Holiday Hustle 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Kelley Sweat (601)941-1840, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Grenada - Santa Claus Shuffle 5K Walk/Run & Kid’s FR, 10am. Info: Stacey Hardy (662)809-5475, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Madison - Southern AgCredit Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: (601)499-2850, katy.tillman@SouthernAgCredit.com. Dec. 14, Pontotoc - Rudolph Run, 10K Run, 5K Walk/Run & Relaxing Reindeer; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 21, Pass Christian - Pass to Bay Christmas 10K & 1 Mile Run, 9am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Woolmarket - Last Chance to Run 15K, 5K & 1 Mile Run; 9am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, email@example.com.
www.running.net Jan. 1, Hattiesburg - Steam Whistle 12K, 9am. Info: Becky Ryder (601)434-2619, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Jackson - Mississippi Blues Marathon & Half Marathon. Info: John Noblin (601)624-7882, email@example.com, www.msbluesmarathon.com. Jan. 18, Vicksburg - Chill in the Hills, 10K Run 8:30am; 5K Walk 8:35am; 1 Mile FR to follow. Info: Walter Frazier (601)636-5703, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan. 25, Long Beach - Long Beach Carnival Classic Half Marathon and 5K, 8am; $55 Half, $40 Half, military personnel only; $25 5K Adult, $15 5K (12-under), $80 5K Family (2 adults, 4 children max). Info: Linda M. Hamel, 101 Linda Jo Dr., Richland, MS 39218; (228)239-8022, lbcarnivalclassic@hotmail. com, www.facebook.com/lbcarnivalclassic Jan. 25, Madison - Maverick Stampede, 10K Run & 5K Run 8am; 5K Walk 8:05am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 25, Starkville - Frostbite Half Marathon, 12pm. Info: Elaine Schimpf (662)615-3194, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Greenville - Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon & 1 Mile Community Run; 8am. Info: Suzette Matthews (601)9371497, email@example.com. Feb. 8, Petal - Lighthouse Dash, 5K & 2 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: DeeDee Lowery (601)270-3434, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Oxford - Run for Hope Half Marathon, 8:30am; 5K, 8:45am. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com.
NORTH CAROLINA Dec. 7, Asheboro - Zoo City Young Life Winter Sprinter 5K, 9am. Info: Ashley Hart (336)629-7323, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Beaufort - NC Coastal Federation Pelican 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Belmont - Girls on the Run of Gaston County 5K, 8:30am. Info: Kathleen Boyce (704)862-5341, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Brevard - Brevard Reindeer Run, 5K 9am. Info: Wendy (828)885-7885, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Charlotte - ACC Championship Chase 5K, 8am. Info: Chris Raynor (704)688-8520, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Charlotte - Uncle Ebb’s Bah Humbug Buster Trail Race 7K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Mike Cothran (864)907-1742, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Charlotte - Wannabe Cancer Free 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: Paige Hauff (704)287-7859, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Charlotte - Run Run Rudolph 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Neal Boyd (704)503-0138, email@example.com, www.charlottesportstiming.com/run-run-rudolph/. Dec. 7, Clayton - C3 5K Run for Haiti, 5K 9:30am; Mile 9am. Info: Lee Chatham (919)934-3551, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Huntersville - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: Sean Gorman (919)235-2157, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Jacksonville - The Physical Therapy Clinic Merry Fitness 5K, 9am. Info: Krystal Warner (910)251-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 7, Mt. Ulla (near Salisbury) - Santa 5K Run/Walk for Charity, 9am; 1/2 Mile FR 9:45am; $20 5K before 11/28, $25 on RD; $10 1/2 mi. FR. Info: Richard Taylor (704)7989023, email@example.com, www.salisburyrowanrunners.org Dec. 7, Raleigh - Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 10am; 5K Competitive Run & 5K Recreational Run/Walk, 10:30am; Reindeer Dash for Kids (10-under), 11:15am. Info: Candy Fuller (919)250-0433, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Wake Forest - Get Fit NC 10K & 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Waxhaw - Ginger Snap 5K, 8am. Info: Heather Masterson (704)787-1909, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Winston-Salem - The Mistletoe Half Marathon, 8:15am; 5K, 8:25am; FR, 8am. Info: Aimee Williams (336)721-2100, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Greenville - Reindeer Dash for Cash 10 Miler & 5K, 1pm. Info: Dawn Cash-Salau (252)531-4241, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec 8, Kernersville - 3rd Annual Kernersville Foundation Frosty 5K, 2pm; $20 before 11/29, $25 after and race day. Info: Brian Stewart (336)399-8045, email@example.com; or www.onthemarksports.com Dec. 8, Raleigh - Raleigh Rocks the Greenway Half Marathon. Info: Butch Robertson (919)889-3438, butch.robertson@ earthlink.net. Dec. 14, Camp Lejeune - Santa Shuffle 5K, 8am. Info: (910)4501342, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Cary - Sports Endeavors Reindeer Romp 5K, 10am. Info: David Wood (919)924-7340, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Cary - Jolly Elf Trail Run 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am; Kid’s 200 Yard Dash, 10:15am. Info: Danielle Raneri (919)4686150, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Charlotte - Krueger Reindeer Romp 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Santa’s Express FR, 8:45am. Info: Kate Wheeler (704)7166927, email@example.com.
Running Journal • December 2013 Dec. 14, Charlotte - We Believe Santa 5K Trail Run, 12pm; Reindeer Relay, 1pm. Info: (704)391-3900, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Faison - FIG Reindeer Run, 5K 3pm. Info: Susan Mikitka (910)267-1217, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Greensboro - Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run/Walk, 1/2 Mile FR & 100 Yard Dash; 9am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)4713322, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Greenville - Run for a Reason 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Jamestown - Reindeer Romp, 5K Run/Walk 9am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8am. Info: (336)882-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Lincolnton - Frosty 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR to follow. Info: Jenny Drennen (704)716-4595, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Mt. Airy - Rosy Cheeks 5K, 9am. Info: Darren Lewis (336)786-8313, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, New Bern - Craven Smart Start Holiday Hustle, 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Ellie Toombs (252)6363198, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Oxford - Warrior 4 Mile, 9am; 2 Mile, 10am. Info: Chris Crowder (919)603-4974, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Pittsboro - Active Chatham 5K Reindeer Run, 8am. Info: Jennifer Park (919)545-8444, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Salisbury - Girls On The Run 5K, 9:15am; 1/4 Mile FR, 9am. Info: (704)280-6203, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Tryon - Race to the Head of the Class, 10K & 5K Run, 9am; 1K FR/Walk, 9:15am. Info: Lauraph@windstream.net. Dec. 14, Wilson - Jingle Bell Run 5K & 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Wilmington - William H. Craig Race for Life 5K, 8am. Info: Krystal Warner (910)251-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Wrightsville Beach - Wrightsville Beach Jingle Bell Run, 5K 9am. Info: Michelle Hackman (910)859-9501, email@example.com. Dec. 21, Ayden - Ayden Jingle All the Way 5K, 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec. 21, Kannapolis - Frostbite 5K, 10am; 1 Mile FR, 9am; $20 by 12/13, $25 by 12/20, $30 on RD; $12/1 mi. FR. Info: Renee Hogan, 101 YMCA Dr., Kannapolis, NC 28081; (704)939-9622, email@example.com, www.cannonymca.org Dec. 21, Mooresville - Mount Mourne VFD Elf 5K, 9am; FR, 8:45am. Info: Chris Goodrum (704)807-2900, www.mmvfd.com. Dec. 21, Southern Shores - Running of the Festivus 10K, 5K & Little Elf Jingle Jog, 8am. Info: (252)489-8239 (text), firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Charlotte - Belk Bowl 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 31, Cary - R.I.T.N.Y. 5K, 12 Midnight. Info: Tony Withers (919)469-3340, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Clemmons - Running of the Lights 5.5K Run/Walk, 12 Midnight, 1.75 Mile Walk, 11:45pm. Info: (336)471-3322, email@example.com. Jan. 1, Salem - First Day 5K Ranger Run, 5K 10am. Info: Jim Stanton (864)944-2639, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan, 4, Albemarle - Morrow Mountain Trail Race 15K, 9am. Info: Mike Cothran (864)907-1742, email@example.com. Jan. 4, Raleigh - Stubborn Warrior™: New Year 5K Run, 8am. Info: Jeffrey Liles (910)389-5948, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Wilmington - New Years Romp 10K, 5K & Resolution Mile. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 4, Winston-Salem - Salem Lakeshore Frosty Fifty, 50K Run & Relay, 25K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, Locust - New Year New You Resolution 5K Run/Walk, 2pm. Info: West Stanly Rotary Club (704)888-1051, email@example.com. Jan. 11, Greensboro - Lakeside Trail Race, 8 & 15 Mile, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Ocean Isle Beach - Ocean Isle Bridge Run for Food, Half Marathon & 5K Run or Walk; 9am. Info: Betty McMahon (910)575-3664, email@example.com. Jan. 12, Raleigh - Run for Young 5K Walk/Run, 2pm. Info: Martha Cox (919)834-6259, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, Rougemont - Little River Trail Runs, 10 Mile & 7K; 9am. Info: Layna Mosley (919)235-5097, email@example.com.
Jan. 25, Asheville - Hot Chocolate 10K, 8:45am; 1K Kids Hill Climb, 8:30am; Marshmallow Dash, 8:40am; 10K: $30 (18+), $20 (17-under), by 1/23; Kids Hill Climb (12under) & Marshmallow Dash (6-under): $10/ early, $12/race day; (Online Registration Only). Info: Tim Grotenhuis (828)301-3071, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.hotchocolate10k.com Feb. 1, Coats - Souper Bowl 5K, 2pm. Info: Jen Bart (910)8085646, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Danbury - Up the Creek, 10 Mile Trail Run; 9:30am. Info: Derek Cernak (336)413-8081, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Goldsboro - Heart & Sole Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 1, Spruce Pine - Winter Splash Trail Races, 8 Mile & 5K; 1pm. Info: Matt Hollifield (828)467-1812, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Black Mountain - Valentine 5K Run, 9:30am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: Black Mountain Parks & Rec. (828)669-2052, email@example.com.
Feb. 8, Camp Lejeune - X-Treme Endurance Challenge 10K - Semper Fit Grand Prix 2014 Series, 8am; $30 by 1/10, $40 by 1/ 24; $50 by 2/4; $55 on RD. Info: (910)4501342, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mccslejeune.com/grandprix See Ad page 10. Feb. 8, Salisbury - Salisbury Rowan Runners Winter Flight - 2014 RRCA 8K State Championship Event, 8K Run & 5K Walk 10am; Fun Run 9:30am. Info: David Freeze (704)310-6741, email@example.com, w w w . s p o r t o f t e n . c o m , www.salisburyrowanrunners.org See Ad page 23. Feb. 9, Raleigh - Run for the Roses 5K, 2pm; Kids FR, 3pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Charlotte - Fire 5K, 8:30am. Info: Paige Hauff (704)2877859, email@example.com. Feb. 15, Charlotte - Frigid 5K Run & Plunge, 8am. Info: (704)3913900, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Chapel Hill - Shamrock ‘N’ Run 5K, 9am. Info: Marian Bennett (704)995-0950, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Connelly-Springs - South Mountains Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Cothran (864)907-1742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Raleigh - Hope on Heels - American Cancer Society 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jennifer Wrigley (919)206-4693, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Weaverville - North Buncombe Chilly Challenge, 8K & 1 Mile FR; 10am. Info: (828)645-7944, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Winnabow - Run For Ray Trail Run, 18 Mile & 9 Mile, 8:30am; 3 Mile, 9am. Info: email@example.com. March 8, Charlotte - BB&T Corporate Cup Half Marathon & 5K. Info: Brittany Durkin (704)716-6211, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 8-9, Charlotte - NC Half Marathon & Twilight 5K Run, 3/8: 5K 6:30pm; 3/9: Half Marathon 7:30am; $25/5K by 1/15, $30 1/163/5, $45 at Expo; $75/Half 11/16-1/15, $85 1/ 16-3/5, $100 at Expo. Info: 1(800)733-7089, email@example.com, www.nchalfmarathon.com See Ad page 21. March 15, Camp Lejeune - St. Paddy’s Engineer Challenge 5 Mile - Semper Fit Grand Prix 2014 Series, 8am; $30 by 2/14, $40 by 2/ 28; $50 by 3/11; $55 on RD. Info: (910)4501342, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mccslejeune.com/grandprix See Ad page 10. March 16, Cary - Allscripts Tobacco Road Marathon & Bay Six Half Marathon, 7am; $85/Marathon, $75/Half 11/1-12/31; $95/$85 1/1-3/10; after 3/10 $105/$95. Info: (919)280-9737, email@example.com, www.tobaccoroadmarathon.com See Ad page 25.
April 26, Camp Lejeune - MARSOC Mud, Sweat & Tears 5 Mile Mud Run - Semper Fit Grand Prix 2014 Series, 8am; $30 by 3/28, $40 by 4/11; $50 by 4/22; $55 on RD. Info: (910)450-1342, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mccslejeune.com/grandprix. See Ad page 10.
SOUTH CAROLINA Dec. 7, Anderson - Anderson Area YMCA Reindeer Run, 5K Race 9am; 1 Mile 8am. Info: Race Hotline (864)716-6809. Dec. 7, Charleston - Reindeer Run 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Conway - RiverTown Reindeer Race, 5K 8am. Info: Angela Nicholas - firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Greenville - Heroes in Recovery 6K, 8am. Info: Stephne Hanscom (615)525-3659, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Greenville - Paris Mountain Road Race - Road Warrior Half Marathon, 8:30am; Flatlander 5K, 9am; Kids Run, 10:15am. Info: Mike Sullivan (864)616-5610, pmrrdirector@greenvilletrack club.com. Dec. 7, Greenville - Upstate Jingle Bell Run, 5K 1pm; 3 & 1 Mile Fun Run, 1:05pm. Info: Gerald Talley (704)705-1799, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Lugoff - Jingle Bell Run, 5K 8am; $25 by 12/3, after $30. Info: Fitness Zone, 814 Hwy. 1 South, Lugoff, SC 29078; George Gibson (803)438-3811, email@example.com, www.fitnesszonelugoff.com Dec. 7, Rock Hill - Piedmont Medical Center Reindeer Romp 5K, 9am. Info: Katie Price (803)329-6801, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 10, Fountain Inn - Fountain Inn 5K Rudolph Run, 5K 6:15pm. Info: Chris Barrineau (864)862-4675, email@example.com.
Dec. 14, Easley - Michael’s Pizzeria Christmas Cruise 5K, 10am. Info: Chad Weisner (864)430-7265, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Greer - Sugar Creek Fun Runs Jingle Bell Jog 5K Run/ Walk, 3pm. Info: Mary Lee Tierney (864)363-0570, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Kiawah Island - Kiawah Island Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Laurens - Laurens YMCA Reindeer Run, 5K 9am. Info: Brie Holmes (864)984-2626, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Lexington - Lexington Jingle Bell Run, 5K 9am. Info: Gerald Talley (704)705-1799, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Mt. Pleasant - Jingle Bell Run 5K, 9am. Info: Joyce Gilles (843)686-7399, email@example.com.
Dec. 21, Hilton Head Island - Hilton Head Jingle Jingle 5K, 9am; $30 thru 12/17, after $35. Info: Bear Foot Sports, 20 Towne Dr., PMB #200, Bluffton, SC 29910; (843)7578520, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bearfootsports.com Dec. 22, Greenville - Santa Run, 5 Mile 5:30pm. Info: email@example.com.
Dec. 28, Columbia - Cold Winter’s Day 5K Run/Walk, 10am; $25 w/T-shirt online, ($35 Mail-in) before 12/21; after 12/21 $30/online, $35/Mail-in; $5 less w/o shirt. Info: Strictly Running (803)799-IRUN (4786), www.strictlyrunning.com Dec. 31, Greenville - New Year’s Eve Champagne Run, 5K, 8:58pm; $55 before 12/1, $60 before 12/30. Info: Mike Caldwell, 111 Gascony Dr., Greenville, SC 29609, (503)329-6453, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nyechampagnerun.com. Jan. 11, Travelers Rest - Resolution Run, Half Marathon 9am; 5K 9:05am. Info: email@example.com. Jan. 18, Charleston - Charleston Marathon, Half-marathon, 5K, 8am. Info: Liz Alford (843)300-7500, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan. 25, North Myrtle Beach - 31st Annual Winter Run, 5K, 15K, 9am; 5K $20, 15K $25 by 1/23, after: 5K $25, 15K $30. Info: Jim Troxell (email@example.com) or Gregg Barnhill (firstname.lastname@example.org), 802 13th Ave. South, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582, (843)272-1717, www.grandstrandrunner.com Jan. 25, Sullivan’s Island - Charlie Post 15K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 1, Greenville - A Hero’s 5K Run, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Hilton Head Island - Hilton Head Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Bear Foot Sports (843)757-8520, email@example.com.
February 15, Myrtle Beach MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon, Dasani Half Marathon & “New” Marathon Team Relay, 6:30am; PNC 5K 7pm & Ripley’s Family FR 5:30pm on 2/14. Info: (843)293RACE (7223), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mbmarathon.com. See Ad page 2 March 8, North Myrtle Beach - BFF Pink Ribbon Run, 5K/10K 8:30am, Kids Fun Run & Tot Trot 10am; 5K $30, 10K $40, Kids Run/ Tot Trot $10 by 2/20, after 2/20 5K $35, 10K $45. Info: Dawn White, POB 4331, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29597, (919)601-7917, email@example.com, www.bffpinkribbonrun.com April 11-12, Columbia - Palmetto Half Marathon, 4/11: Youth Half 6:30pm; 4/12: Half Marathon 7am, 5K 7:15am. Info: Jaime Lomas (803)600-1800, firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 27, North Myrtle Beach - Divas Half Marathon & 5K, $90/Half 11/16-2/15, $100 2/ 16-4/23, $120/Expo; $50/5K by 2/15, $65 2/164/23, $75/Expo. Info: 1(800)733-7089, email@example.com. Info: www.runlikeadiva.com See Ad page 21.
TENNESSEE Nov. 30/Dec 1, Oak Ridge - Secret City Half Marathon Weekend, 11/30: 5K & 10K 7:30am; 12/1: Half Marathon 7:30am. Info: Frank Chmielewicz (865)804-7091, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 6, Dayton - Funky Monkey Night Race, 5K 7pm; 1 Mile FR, 6:30pm. Info: Cindy Horton (423)413-8745, email@example.com. Dec. 6, Livingston - Reindeer Stampede 5K, 7pm. Info: (931)3975680, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 6, Nashville - Rudolph’s Red Nose Run, 5K 5pm. Info: Jann Seymour (615)269-6835, email@example.com.
Running Journal • December 2013
Dec. 7, Cleveland - Jingle Bell Jog 5K, 1 Mile Walk & Run, 10am. Info: Jim Welch (423)380-8178, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Elizabethton - Reindeer Run/Walk 5K, 11am. Info: Robin McKamey (423)547-8015 (x1524), (423)957-0243. Dec. 7, Franklin - Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk for Arthritis, 9am. Info: Katie Pickens (615)806-8540, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Johnson City - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: Jessica Thomas (423)502-6910, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Johnson City - Bucky’s Jingle Bell 5K Run, 10am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Kingsport - XTERRA Rocky Top Trail Half Marathon & 10K Races, 9am. Info: (423)230-0002. Dec. 7, Knoxville - Candy Cane Classic 5K Race, 9am. Info: Tami Cox (865)632-2466. Dec. 7, Knoxville - Santa Shuffle-Youth Greenway Mile Series, 16-under; 9am. Info: Kevin Floyd (615)512-0088, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Manchester - Tim’s Ford Deer Trail 6 Miles, 11am. Info: Terri Jones (931)247-5450, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Memphis - St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend, Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay, 5K, Family Race/Kids Marathon; 7:15am. Info: Erin Martin (800)565-5112, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.stjudemarathon.org Dec. 7, Morristown - Friends of Hospice Holiday Hustle 5K Run/ Walk, 8:30am 5K Runners, 8:35am Walkers. Info: Holly Lefevers (423)312-3677. Dec. 7, Nashville - 12 South Winter Warmup, 6K & 12K 8am. Info: Katherine Williams (615)567-6671, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Ooltewah - East Hamilton Candy Cane Run, 5K 10am. Info: Michele Duggard (423)653-7653, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Knoxville - Leftover Run, 5K Race 1:30pm. Info: Andrea Collins (865)335-4292, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Maryville - Reindeer 5K Run, 2pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 12, Milan - Stuff the Sleigh 5K, 7pm. Info: Chris Nelson (731)414-8436, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Chattanooga - Lookout Mountain 50 Miler, 7:30am; 10K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Chattanooga - Black Creek Mountain 5K, 3pm; Jingle Bell 1 Mile FR, 4:15pm. Info: Megan Pankiw (423)822-2582, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Limestone - Pioneer 5 Mile Run, 11am. Info: Bob Townsend (423)257-6188 (h), (423)525-7335 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Memphis - Jingle Bell 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: Michelle Dooner (901)322-1517, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Nashville - Snowflake 5K Tacky Sweater Run, 9am. Info: Mary Margaret Brown (615)417-1353, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 15, Johnson City - 5K Reindeer Run & 5K Santa Stroll, 3pm (Note Date Change). Info: Kathie Battista (423)926-0700, email@example.com. Dec. 15, Sevierville - Santa Hustle 5K & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Stefan Lehtis (847)829-4536, events@adrenalinesports management.com, www.santahustle.com Dec. 21, Buchanan - Over the River 8 Miles, 11am. Info: Mike Bell (731)441-1468, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Johnson City - Freedom Run 5K & 1 Mile Dog Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 28, Memphis - Starry 4K Run/Walk, 5pm. Info: Natalie Wilson (901)767-7275, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 31, Chattanooga - The Karen Lawrence Run for St. Jude, 4.2 Mile 5:30pm; FR/Walk to follow. Info: Mike Lawrence (423)5802602, email@example.com. Jan. 1, Hendersonville - Newton Nissan Frostbite 10K, 9:30am; 5K, 9:45am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: Libby Boomer (615)826-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Knoxville - The Calhoun’s New Years Day 5K, 9am; 400 Meter Kids Dash, 8:30am. Info: Joni Edwards email@example.com. Jan. 1, Surgoinsville - New Year’s Wake-Up Run 5K, 9am; Mile, 10am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4182 (o), (423)345-2335 (h), firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Cleveland - Trail of Tears 7 Miles, 11am. Info: James Zahn (931)668-3437, email@example.com. Jan 4, Knoxville - Soles of the City Chiller Thriller 5K & 10K Race. Info: Ron Fuller (865)300-4373. Jan. 4, Knoxville - New Year’s Ramble-Youth Greenway Mile Series, 16-under; 9am. Info: Kevin Floyd (615)512-0088, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Millington - Hill & Dale 8 Mile Run, 11am. Info: Andrew Forsdick (901)842-5555, email@example.com. Jan. 4, Nashville - Nashville New Years Resolution Run, 5K Run/Walk 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, Collierville - Herb Parson Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, email@example.com. Jan. 5, Memphis - Winter Off-Road Series 3K, 2pm. Info: (901)277-8594, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Jackson - ONE Run 10K, 9am. Info: Meg Montgomery (731)225-6453, email@example.com. Jan. 11, Knoxville - Run for Their Lives 5K Race. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Norris Dam - Norris Dam Challenge 12K, 11am. Info: Carolina Johnson (865)406-0487, email@example.com. Jan. 18, Jackson - Race on the Trace 5 Miles, 11am. Info: David Montoya (731)668-2483, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, Memphis - Lisa Lassandrello 8K Remembrance Run, 7am. Info: Joy Maness (901)767-1377, email@example.com. Jan. 25, Nashville - Zoo Run Run, 5K 3pm. Info: Cindy Matthews (615)833-1534, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, New Johnsonville - Johnsonville Charge 5 Miles, 11am. Info: Angela Redden (931)296-9850, email@example.com. Jan. 26, Bartlett - Winter Off-Road Series 5K, 2pm. Info: (901)277-8594, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Bethel Springs - Race 2 Landing 6 Miles, 11am. Info: Michael D’Orio (731)607-5679, email@example.com.
Feb. 8, Lebanon - Cedars Frostbite Half Marathon, 11am. Info: Lynda de Paulis (615)390-6977, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Strawberry Plains - Strawberry Plains Half Marathon & 10K, 9am. Info: Jill Bedford (865)207-0042, email@example.com. Feb. 9, Bartlett - Winter Off-Road Series 8K, 2pm. Info: (901)2778594, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Kingsport - War Party 10K, 11am; 5K Walk, 10am. Info: Matthew Studholme (276)591-9242, email@example.com. Feb. 15, Nashville - Hot Chocolate 15K & 5K, 5K 7am; 15K 7:55am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 16, Memphis - Winter Off-Road Series 10K, 2pm. Info: (901)277-8594, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Chattanooga - Scenic City Half Marathon, 5K & Charity Challenge; Half Marathon 8am, 5K Run/Walk 8:15am. Info: Sherilyn Johnson (423)842-6265, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sceniccityhalfmarathon.com Feb. 22, Surgoinsville - Surgoinsville 10 Miler, 8:30am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4182 (o), (423)345-2335 (h), email@example.com. Feb. 23, Millington - Shelby Forest Loop Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 2, Bartlett - Stanky Creek Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, email@example.com.
March 8, Nashville - Gupton Jeep Tom King Classic, Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K Run 7:45am; Healthy Nashville 3K Walk 8am; $50/ half, $25/5K, $15/3K Walk by 12/31; $55/$30/ $20 1/1-31, $60/$35/$20 2/1-28, $70/$40/$20 3/ 1-7, $75/$45/$25 on RD. Info: Peter Pressman (615)293-8862, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tomkingclassic.com See Ad page 22. March 16, Germantown - Germantown Half Marathon & Mayor’s Cup 5K, 7:30am. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com, http:/ /germantownhalfmarathon.racesonline.com/ March 22, Jackson - Andrew Jackson Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K & Kids Marathon. Info: Julie McMahon (731)300-3426, www.andrewjacksonmarathon.com March 23, Nashville - Greenway Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Thomas de Paulis (615)390-6977, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 30, Knoxville - Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay, 5K & Kids FR. Info: Jason Altman (865)684-4294, email@example.com. April 19, Johnson City - Mentoring Marathon, Relay, & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Hubbs (423)946-0519, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 4, Bartlett - Stanky Creek 25K, 7am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, email@example.com.
VIRGINIA Dec. 1, Clifton - Fall Backyard Burn Trail Running Series Race 6, 5 & 10 Miles; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 1, Williamsburg - Busch Gardens Christmas Town Dash 8K, 8am. Info: (757)753-8492, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Arlington - Metro DC Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K, 8am; Pentagon Row. Info: Shaina Bonuccelli (202)787-5337, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mdjbr.kintera.org. Dec. 7, Bedford - Peaks of Otter Christmas Classic 5K, 8:30am. Info: (540)586-3483, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Centreville - Snowman Stampede: Light Up the Night 5K, 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Petersburg - Tri-Cities Road Runners Club Championship 7 Miler, 9am. Info: Donna Copley (804)748-6509, Larry Toler (804)8629292, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Powhatan - Powhatan Christmas Tree Trail 5K & 10K, 9am. Info: (804)598-5710 (x223), firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Richmond - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K, 8am. Info: Tanya Scott (804)665-9954, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Virginia Beach - Samuel Adams Surf N Santa 10 Miler & Frosty’s 5K, 8am; 1K, 7:30am. Info: (757)412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Winchester - Mystery Through History Race, Anywhere from 3-5 Miles, 9:30am. Info: Jamey Walters (540)660-2701, email@example.com. Dec. 7, York County - Run with the Son for Haiti 5K, 8:30am. Info: Judy Townsend (757)876-2417, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Yorktown - Falcon Frostbite 5K Run/Walk, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 8, Cumberland - Bear Creek 10 Mile Trail Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 8, Fredericksburg - VA Runner Blue Gray Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K Run, 7:45am. Info: (540)310-4803 email@example.com. Dec. 8, Reston - Reston Run with Santa 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Midlothian - CarMax Tacky Light Run, 6K 6pm. Info: Sports Backers (804)285-9495, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Charlottesville - Charlottesville Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis 5K, 8am. Info: (434)293-3367, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Fairfax Station - Celtic Christmas 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 14, Farmville - Farmville Jingle Bell Run 5K & 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Langley AFB - Langley Race Around the Base 10 Miler, 9am. Info: Kady Rohan (757)225-2066, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Petersburg - Petersburg YMCA 5K, 8am. Info: Liz Sawyer (804)733-9333, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Portsmouth - Santa Claus Shuffle 5K Race, 9am; 1 Mile
www.running.net FR/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Jeannie Martin (757)488-9161, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Roanoke - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K, 1 Mile Walk; 9am. Info: Tanya Scott (804)665-9954, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Williamsburg - Sentara Sleighbell 5K Run/Walk, 10am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9:30am. Info: Jim Elder (757)253-0277, email@example.com. Dec. 15, Spotsylvania - Spotsylvania Jingle Bell 5K, 9am. Info: Katy Waker Ahmed (571)277-1818, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 15, Richmond - Toys for Tots 5K, 1pm; Free Kids FR, 12:15pm. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 15, Richmond - Chanukah Run-A-Latke Family 5K & Children’s Mile, 2pm. Info: (804)784-9050. Dec. 21, Boyce - Jingle Bell 5K, 9:30am. Info: Duane Williamson (540)341-4977, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Washington - Jingle Bell 5K Run & Walk, 8:30am. Info: Lynn Kritter (540)219-2671, email@example.com. Dec. 31-Jan. 1, Spotsylvania/Stafford - Across the Years 10K (Combination of 2 5K’s), 12/31: The Village 5K 3:30pm; 1/1: Resolution 5K, 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Hampton - Sentara 5K, 11am. Info: Daniel Evans (757)766-2658, email@example.com. Jan. 1, Leesburg - REHAU Rotary Resolution 10K Race, 5K Race, 5K (untimed) FR/Walk; 10:30am. Info: (703)304-5440, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 1, Roanoke - Resolution Run 5K, 10am. Info: Stace Todd (540)343-4261 (x305), email@example.com, https:// www.raceit.com/Register/?event=23565. Jan. 1, Virginia Beach - New Year’s Day Total Fitness 5K, 8am. Info: (757)427-2990. Jan. 4, Millwood - Long Branch Staggered 4 Miler, 9:30am. Info: John Shelburne (540)336-9742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Virginia Beach - Tidewater Striders Distance Series, 10 Mile & 6 Mile; 9am. Info: Sharon Rodier (757)377-1269, email@example.com. Jan. 5, Manassas - Frozen 5K, 8:30am. Info: (571)428-6848, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Chesapeake - Mud in Your Eye Cross Country 3 Race Series (Race 1), 5K 9am. Info: Ann Hupp (757)373-4147, email@example.com. Jan. 18, Front Royal - Predicted Time Five-Miler, 9:30am. Info: Colleen Snyder (540)305-4944, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 18, Newport News - Menchville Winter Chill 5K, 8am. Info: Danny Garay (757)725-2100, email@example.com. Jan. 18, Virginia Beach - Mud in Your Eye Cross Country 3 Race Series (Race 2), 6K 9am. Info: Ann Hupp (757)373-4147, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, Elkton - The Freeze Your Snowballs Off 10K, 10am. Info: Jeff Campbell (540)289-683 email@example.com. Jan. 25, Virginia Beach - Tidewater Striders Distance Series, 15 Mile & 9 Mile; 9am. Info: Sharon Rodier (757)377-1269, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 25, Yorktown - Knights of Columbus Ten Mile Run for the Heart, 10am. Info: John Edwards (757)876-8386, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Grafton - Cold F-F-Feet 5K, 11am. Info: Amy Moore (757)867-1018, (757)813-6951 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Norfolk - Mud in Your Eye Cross Country 3 Race Series (Race 3), 8K 9am. Info: Ann Hupp (757)373-4147, email@example.com. Feb. 1, Strasburg - Stickman’s Tandems 5K, 9:30am. Info: Mark Stickley (540)336-2827, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Gloucester - Gloucester 8K. Info: Mike Jenkins (804)694-0640, email@example.com. Feb. 22, Arlington - Have a Heart for Hoffman-Boston Elementary School 5K, 9am. Info: (703)856-2006, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Virginia Beach - Tidewater Striders Distance Series, 20 Mile & 12 Mile; 9am. Info: Sharon Rodier (757)377-1269, email@example.com. Feb. 23, Richmond - Love Rox Half Marathon, 10am; 10K, 10:30am. Info: Laurie Mehler (804)303-4833, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 23, Williamsburg - Sentara Colonial Half Marathon 5K, 1pm. Info: W&M Special Events (757)221-1599, email@example.com. March 16, Virginia Beach - Yuengling Shamrock Marathon, 8:30am; Anthem Half Marathon, 7am; 3/15: 8K 7:45am & Leprechaun Dash 10:30am. Info: J&A Racing (757)412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.shamrockmarathon.com March 22, Martinsville - Martinsville Half Marathon, 5K & Relay; 8am. Info: email@example.com.
March 30, Reston - Runners Marathon of Reston, Marathon 7:30am; Half Marathon 8am; $85 by 12/1, after 12/1 $95. Info: Reston Runners, 2260 Gunsmith Sq., Reston VA 20191; Pat Brown (703)966-9378, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runnersmarathon.com April 26, Roanoke - America’s Toughest Road Marathon™, Blue Ridge Marathon, Half Marathon, 5-Person Team Relay, Walking Half, 7:35am; YMCA Kids Marathon, 8am. Info: Pete Eshelman (540)343-1550, email@example.com, www.blueridgemarathon.com
WASHINGTON, DC Dec. 8, Washington, DC - Jingle All the Way 8K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Washington, DC - The 12K’s of Christmas Holiday Race, 12K & 5K Walk/Run; 10:30am. Info: (240)472-9201, email@example.com. Dec. 18, Washington, DC - Tidal Basin 5K, 3K & 1500 Meter, 12 Noon. Info: (703)927-4833, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan. 22 (Wed.), Washington, DC - Nellie Gray 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. April 6, Washington, DC - Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run & 5K Run/Walk - Lottery for entries opens 10am on Monday, 12/2/13 thru Midnight, Friday, 12/13/13; 10 Mile 7:30am (Elite Women @ 7:20am); 5K Run/Walk 8:40am. Info: www.cherryblossom.org April 6, Washington, DC - C&O Canal Towpath Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)3559820, firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEST VIRGINIA Dec. 1, Morgantown - Snowflake Sprint 5K. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 7, Charleston - Jingle Bell Run/Walk 5K. Info: Shannon Holland (304)205-1510, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Parkersburg - YMCA Jingle Bell Run/Walk, 2 Mile FR 8am. Info: Ronnie Lott (304)485-5585, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Inwood - South Berkeley Christmas 5K, 2pm. Info: (304)839-2054, southberkeleychristmas5K@hotmail.com. Dec. 14, Fort Ashby - Frankfort Jingle Run 5K, 9am. Info: (304)460-0170, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 21, Williamstown - Ryan Jobes Memorial 5K. Info: Kevin McCleary (304)488-3286, email@example.com. Dec. 22, St. Marys - Mistletoe 5K Run/Walk. Info: Randy Nutter (304)684-7581, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, Fairmont - Run to Read Half Marathon, 2pm. Info: Jim Woolfitt (304)366-6055, (304)825-6311, email@example.com.
TRACK & FIELD Dec. 7, Murfreesboro, TN - M.T.S.U. Invite, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault, Shot Put, Weight Throw, 55m, 200m, 400m 800m, 3000m, 55m hurdles, 1600m relay. Info: Dean Hayes (615)898-2571, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 5, Nashville (TSU), TN - Ed Temple Classic, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Weight Throw, mile, 400, 800, 200, 1600m relay, Hurdles, 55, 3000. Info: Chandra Cheeseborough-Guice (615)963-5906, email@example.com. Jan. 17-18 - Johnson City, TN (ETSU) - Niswonger Foundation Track and Field Invitational, Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump, Pole Vault, Shot Put, Weight Throw, 60m, 200m 400m, 800m, 3000m, 5000m, 1 mile, Hurdles. Info: George Watts (423)4398478, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 17-18, Johnson City, TN (ETSU) - Knoxville Youth Athletics High School Indoor Classic, Triple Jump, Long Jump, High Jump, Pole Vault, Shot Put, Weight Throw, 60m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1 mile, 3000m, Hurdles, 1600m relay, 1/17 4pm, 1/18 12pm. Info: Marty Sonnefeldt (865)304-8381, TennRunner@aol.com. Feb. 1, Nashville (Vanderbilt Univ.), TN - Vanderbilt High School Indoor Invitational, 60, 200, 400, 800, Mile, High, Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Weight Throw, Running events 8am, field events 9:30am. Info: Marty Sonnenfeldt (865) 304-8381, email@example.com. Feb. 2, Nashville, TN - T.S.U. Invite, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Weight Throw, mile, 400, 800, 200, 1600m relay, Hurdles, 55, 3000. Info: Chandra CheeseboroughGuice (615)963-5906, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Murfreesboro, TN - Valentine Invite, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Weight Throw, 55m, 55m Hurdles, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1 mile, 3000m 1600m relay. Info: Dean Hayes (615)898-2571, email@example.com
MULTI-SPORTS (Included in the Multi-sports calendar are single swimming and cycling events). Dec. 8, Brooksville, FL - Dirtyhead Off-Road Duathlon, Xtreme: B-10 mi., R-11 mi., B-26 mi.; Middle: B-10 mi., R-7 mi., B-13 mi.; Sprint: B-10 mi., R-3.8 mi.; 7:30am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)2325200, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Dothan, AL - The Dirty Stroll-N-Roll Duathlon, R-3.4 Mile Trail Run, Mountain Bike-11.6 mi., R-1.7 Mile Trail Run; 9am. Info: Hubie Casey (334)803-2529, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Dawsonville, GA - Reindeer Run 5K/10K & Rudolph Ride Duathlon, 8:30am. Info: (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 29, Irondale, AL - Team Magic CX Irondale, Cross Country Style Run 8am; Cyclocross 10am. Info: Team Magic (205)2223564, email@example.com. Jan. 26, Titusville, FL - Scrub Jay 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; Sprint Duathlon: R-5K, B-12.4 Mile, R-5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARATHON Dec. 1, Cocoa, FL - Space Coast Marathon, 6:30am; Half Marathon, 6am. Info: (321)751-8890, email@example.com. Dec. 7, Baton Rouge, LA - Baton Rouge Beach Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Craig Watson (225)292-3800, (225)3243123, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7, Memphis, TN - St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend, Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay, 5K, Family Race/Kids Marathon; 7:15am. Info: Erin Martin (800)565-5112, email@example.com, www.stjudemarathon.org Dec. 8, West Palm Beach, FL - Palm Beaches Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, 6am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Huntsville, AL - Rocket City Marathon, 8am. CLOSED! Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063 (before 7pm), email@example.com, www.runrocketcity.com Dec. 14, Kiawah Island, SC - Kiawah Island Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 24, Montgomery, AL - Herron Dermatology Christmas Eve
www.running.net Flashmob Marathon, Half Marathon 10K & 5K, 4am. Info: Hardy Sellers (334)356-7271, email@example.com. Dec. 28, North Little Rock, AR - Three Bridges Marathon (3B26). Info: Run3B26@live.com.
Dec. 29, Jacksonville, FL - Jacksonville Bank Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, 7am; $30/5K, $45/Half, $70/Marathon 11/1-30; $35/ $50/$75 12/1-28; $40/$55/$80 on RD. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com, www.1stplacesports.com See Ad page 11. Dec. 31, Hagerstown, MD - Hawk Indoor Marathon 9am. Info: (540)398-7719, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Tallahassee, FL - Swamp Forest Trail Marathon, Half Marathon & 6.5 Mile Run, 8am. Info: Bobby York (850)443-6795, email@example.com. Jan. 5, Collierville, TN - Herb Parson Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 11, Jackson, MS - Mississippi Blues Marathon & Half Marathon. Info: John Noblin (601)624-7882, email@example.com, www.msbluesmarathon.com Jan. 12, Mobile, AL - Servis1st Bank First Light Marathon & Half Marathon, 1.2 Mile FR & 5-Person Marathon Relay; 7:30am. Info: Martin E. O’Malley (251)438-2094, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 17-19, Baton Rouge, LA - Louisiana Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am (on 1/19); 5K 8am & Kids Marathon 9:30am (on 1/ 18). Info: email@example.com. Jan. 19, Clearwater, FL - Clearwater Running Festival: Marathon, Halfathon, 5 Miler & 5K Fitness Walk; 7:05am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.clearwaterrunning.com Jan. 18, Warner Robins, GA - Museum of Aviation Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:15am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: Robert Dubiel, Dir. of Marketing (478)-926-6870, email@example.com, www.museumofaviation.org Jan. 18, Charleston, SC - Charleston Marathon, Half-marathon, 5K, 8am. Info: Liz Alford (843)300-7500, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 19, Ocala, FL - Ocala Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 7:15am; 5K, 7:30am. Info: Chris Moling (352)637-2475, email@example.com. Jan. 26, Celebration, FL - Town of Celebration Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Ken Zambito (321)436-9742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 26, Pine Mountain, GA - Callaway Gardens Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Dave Johnson (770)565-5208, email@example.com, www.callawaygardens.com Feb. 1-2, Melbourne, FL - Melbourne Music Marathon Weekend, 2/1: 8K 7am, 5K 8am; 2/2: Marathon 6:30am, Half 7:05am, Handcycle 10am. Info: (321)759-7200, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 2, Miami, FL - Miami Marathon & Half Marathon, 6:15am (Wheelchair 6:05am); Tropical 5K on 2/1, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com.
Feb. 2, Tallahassee, FL - 40th Tallahassee Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am; $65/ marathon, $45/half 9/1-11/30; $75/$55 12/1/ 13-2/1/14 (online registration closes at Midnight on 1/31/14); $90/$70 RD (if space available). Info: tallahasseemarathon@ gmail.com, www.TallahasseeMarathon.com See Ad page 25. Feb. 2, New Orleans, LA - Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon, Half Marathon & 2-Person Relay, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. Feb. 8, Greenville, MS - Mississippi River Marathon, Half Marathon & 1 Mile Community Run; 8am. Info: Suzette Matthews (601)937-1497, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 8, Hilton Head Island, SC - Hilton Head Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Bear Foot Sports (843)757-8520, email@example.com.
February 15, Myrtle Beach, SC MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon, Dasani Half Marathon & “New” Marathon Team Relay, 6:30am; PNC 5K 7pm & Ripley’s Family FR 5:30pm on 2/14. Info: (843)293RACE (7223), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mbmarathon.com See Ad page 2. Feb. 15-16, Gainesville, FL - Five Points of Life Race Weekend, Marathon, Half marathon, Relay, 5K; 7am. Info: Brite Whitaker (352)224-1728, email@example.com, http:// www.fivepointsoflife.com/race/five-points-of-life-race-weekend/ Feb. 16, Birmingham, AL - Mercedes Marathon, Half Marathon & Marathon Relay, 7:03am; 5K on 2/15, 8am. Info: Jill Edwards (205)870-7771, www.mercedesmarathon.com Feb. 16, Fort Lauderdale, FL - Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, 6am; 2/15: 5K 7am; 2/16: Kids FR, 11am. Info: Matthew Lorraine (561)504-2001, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.a1amarathon.com Feb. 16, Greenbelt, MD - George Washington Birthday Marathon & Relay, 10am Info: email@example.com. Feb. 22, Winder, GA - XTERRA Georgia “Thrill in the Hills” Marathon & Half Marathon. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 23, Jacksonville Beach, FL - 26.2 with Donna: The National Marathon to Fight Breast Cancer, Half Marathon, Relay,
Running Journal • December 2013 5K & Family FR; 7:30am. Info: (904)355-7465, email@example.com. Feb. 23, Millington, TN - Shelby Forest Loop Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 1-2, Little Rock, AR - Little Rock Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K 8am (3/2); 5K Run/Walk, 8am (3/1); Little Rockers Kids Marathon, 10am (3/1). Info: Geneva Hampton (501)371-4639, email@example.com. March 2, Bartlett, TN - Stanky Creek Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 8, 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 8, Franklinton, LA - Q50 50 Miles, 6am; Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. March 15, Chesterfield, VA - Instant Classic Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 7:45am. Info: Sole Warrior Sports (804)484-0699, email@example.com. March 15, Washington, DC - Rock N Roll USA Marathon & Half Marathon. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, ewood@ competitorgroup.com. March 16, Asheville, NC - Asheville Marathon at Biltmore Estate, 7am. Info: email@example.com. March 16, Cary, NC - Allscripts Tobacco Road Marathon & Bay Six Half Marathon, 7am; $85/Marathon, $75/Half 11/1-12/31; $95/$85 1/1-3/10; after 3/10 $105/$95. Info: (919)280-9737, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.tobaccoroadmarathon.com See Ad page 25. March 16, Wrightsville Beach, NC - Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 6:30am. Info: email@example.com. March 16, Virginia Beach, VA - Yuengling Shamrock Marathon, 8:30am; Anthem Half Marathon, 7am; 3/15: 8K 7:45am & Leprechaun Dash 10:30am. Info: J&A Racing (757)412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.shamrockmarathon.com March 22, Ellerbe, NC - Ellerbe Springs Marathon, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 22, Jackson, TN - Andrew Jackson Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K & Kids Marathon. Info: Julie McMahon (731)300-3426, www.andrewjacksonmarathon.com March 23, Atlanta, GA - Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K & Kids FR. Info: (404)832-0786, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 23, Hancock, MD - Western Maryland Rail Trail Marathon, 8am; Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, email@example.com. March 23, Nashville, TN - Greenway Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Thomas de Paulis (615)390-6977, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 29, Cumberland, MD - Queen City Marathon for Active Water, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 30, Severna Park, MD - B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Christian Zazzali (703)932-3932, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 30, Knoxville, TN - Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay, 5K & Kids FR. Info: Jason Altman (865)6844294, email@example.com. March 30, Houston, MS - Tanglefoot Trail Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 30, Abingdon, VA - Virginia Creeper Marathon, 8am. Info: Frank Kibler (423)292-9980, email@example.com.
March 30, Reston, VA - Runners Marathon of Reston, Marathon 7:30am; Half Marathon 8am; $85 by 12/1, after 12/1 $95. Info: Reston Runners, 2260 Gunsmith Sq., Reston VA 20191; Pat Brown (703)966-9378, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runnersmarathon.com April 5-6, St. Louis, MO - Go! St. Louis Marathon Weekend, 4/6: Marathon & Half Marathon 7am; 4/5: 5K Walk/Run 8am, Children’s Fun Runs, 10:45am. Info: Jeff Trammel (314)727-0800, www.gostlouis.org April 5, Charlottesville, VA - Charlottesville Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, 6:30am. Info: (434)218-0402, email@example.com. April 6, Washington, DC - C&O Canal Towpath Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, firstname.lastname@example.org. April 19, Johnson City, TN - Mentoring Marathon, Relay, & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Hubbs (423)946-0519, email@example.com. April 26, Roanoke, VA - America’s Toughest Road Marathon™, Blue Ridge Marathon, Half Marathon, 5-Person Team Relay, Walking Half, 7:35am; YMCA Kids Marathon, 8am. Info: Pete Eshelman (540)343-1550, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.blueridgemarathon.com
June 14, Storm Lake, IA to Marathon, IA Marathon to Marathon, Marathon & Relay 6am; Half Marathon 7am; 5K Run/Walk 7:30am. Info: (712)289-2246, email@example.com, www.marathon2marathon.com
ULTRAS Dec. 1, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Guana Back to Nature Trail Races, 50K Ultra & 50K Relay 8am; 12K 1pm. Info: Mark Ryan (50K Race Dir.) (904)338-3230, firstname.lastname@example.org; Bob Fernee (12K Race Dir.) (904)743-3161, email@example.com.
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Joint Ventures JOINT VENTURES sought by Running Journal. If you have a quality product, we'll consider a joint venture to build your sales and share profits. Dec. 7-8, Ville Platte, LA - Cajun Coyote 100 Mile & 100K, 6:15am; 20 Mile, 9am. Info: (225)610-7978, email@example.com. Dec. 8, Pine Mountain, GA - Pine Mountain 40 Mile Trail Run, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Wakulla Springs State Park, FL - Tallahassee Ultradistance Classic, 50K & 50 Mile, 7am. Info: Gary Griffin (850)228-1129, email@example.com. Dec. 14, Cordesville, SC - Last Chance 50K Trail Run & Relay, 7am. Info: Chad Haffa (843)478-1779, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 14, Chattanooga, TN - Lookout Mountain 50 Miler, 7:30am; 10K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Dec. 21, Virginia Beach, VA - Seashore Nature Trail 50K, 8:30am. Info: Staci Martin (757)839-7711, firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 28, Okaloosa Island/Fort Walton Beach, FL - Round the Bay Relay/Ultra Race, 36.8 Miles & 36.8 Mile Relay (6 man team). Info: Dennis Samac (850)678-6682, email@example.com. Dec. 31, Huntsville, AL - Recover From The Holidays 50K, 8am. Info: Christy & Tony Scott (256)508-1925, firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan. 4, Tampa, FL - Croom Zoom 100K & 50K, 6am; 25K, 7am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Jan. 4, Winston-Salem, NC - Salem Lakeshore Frosty Fifty, 50K Run & Relay, 25K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan. 4-5, Maryville, TN - The Pistol Ultra, 100 Mile, 100K & 50K & 50K Team Relay, 8am; $50/50K, $125/50K Relay, $70/100K, $90/100 mile by 11/30; $60/$150/$80/$100 12/ 1-1/1. Info: The Pistol Ultra Run, POB 6108, Maryville, TN 37802; Will Jorgensen (865)7401717, email@example.com, www.pistolultra.com. Jan. 18, Coker, AL - Tashka 50K/25K Trail Run, 4 Mile; 7am. Info: Alison White (205)826-1658, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 1, Jacksonville, FL - Wolfson Children’s Challenge, 55-Mile Ultra Marathon 4am; 55-Mile Ultra Relay 4:30am; & 1 Mile FR 10am. Info: email@example.com. Feb. 15-16, Okeechobee, FL - Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail 118 Miler, Solo & Relays. Info: G. Scott Maxwell (321)243-0009, firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 15, Lynchburg, VA - Holiday Lake 50K++, 6:30am. Info: Dr. David Horton (434)582-2386 (w), (434)239-1324 (h), email@example.com. Feb. 22, Mt. Ida, AR - Run LOViT 100K, 5am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feb. 22, Everglades City, FL - Everglades Ultras, Trail Runs; 50 Mile 6am, 50K 7:30am, 25K 9am; Trail Runs. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, email@example.com. March 2, Nobleton, FL - Long Play Races, 66 2/3 Mile, 33 1/3 Mile, Half Marathon & 5K; 7am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 8, Dade City, FL - Dances With Dirt Green Swamp, 50 Mile, 50K, Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K. Info: email@example.com. March 8, 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 8, Franklinton, LA - Q50 50 Miles, 6am; Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: email@example.com. March 15, Atlantic Beach, FL - Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon & Team Relay, 35 miles; 8:30am. Info: (904)373-8411, firstname.lastname@example.org. March 22-23, Yankeetown, FL to Ormond Beach, FL - Cross Florida Route 40 Romp, 7:30am. Info: G. Scott Maxwell (321)2430009, email@example.com. March 29, Brooksville, FL - Croom 50 Mile, 50K, 16 Mile Fools Run, 50 mi. 6am; 50K & 16 mi. 7am. Info: Jim Hartnett (813)2325200, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 17, Key West, FL - KEYS 100, 100 Mile & 100 Mile Relay, 6am; 50 Mile, 10am. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, email@example.com. May 17-18, Black Mountain, NC - Black Mountain Monster (Ind. & Teams), 5K 8:30am, 6 hr., 12 hr. & 24 hr. events, 10am; 12 hr. events, 10pm. Info: Shannon Rupert (814)648-0680, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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