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Columns Louise a winner, Tensleys have done much, Bruce Morrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Learning from the Young Guns, Ryan Warrenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 He Said, She Said, Mary Marcia Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Running Through the Bluegrass, Tracy Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Running Psychology, Richard Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 The Athlete’s Kitchen, Nancy Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Fidler on the Run, Lee Fidler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Down the Road, Cedric Jaggers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Running Fitness, Ellen Jaffe Jones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Masters Running, Lena Hollmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 This Running Life, Teri Saylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Women’s Running, Carolyn Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

On the Cover: Philip Shaw & Kimberlie Meeker took wins at the Dasani Myrtle Beach Half Marathon on Feb. 15 in Myrtle Beach, SC, part of the MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon weekend. Photo courtesy of Stanton Media Group. See Page 30.

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Vol. 30, No. 8 President/Publisher Bruce Morrison E-mail: bruce.morrison@running.net Publisher Emeritus Julie Morrison, 1954-2002 Vice President/Advertising John Cash Editor and General Manager Mary Lou Day E-mail: marylou.day@running.net Advertising Rep / Calendar Editor Shirley Woodward E-mail: shirley.woodward@running.net Production Manager Rebecca Garay-León Circulation Manager E-mail: rj@running.net 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, Sonja Friend-Uhl, 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: eastdir@rrca.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.

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Louise a winner, Tinsleys have done much By BRUCE MORRISON, Publisher bruce.morrison@running.net The Road Runners Club of America has honored running volunteers for more than 40 years and a good many winners have been from the South and Southeast. Louis Tinsley of the Huntsville Track Club in Alabama has been named winner of the “Spirit of the RRCA” award. She and her husband, Harold, thus both become winners of the award, named in honor of Browning Ross, first president of the RRCA. Louise and Harold are also previous winners of the “Outstanding Volunteer of the Year” award, named in honor of Rod Steele, who was DC Road Runner Club president in 1974 until a plane crash took his life. Only two people have won both awards: Louise and Harold. When Louise goes to the stage to receive her honor in May, Harold, who served as RRCA president from 1984-86, will watch with pride as his partner, Louise, receives her award. Louise and Harold have long been dedicated to all of the good things contributed to running and their community by the Huntsville

Track Club, including being co-directors of the famed Huntsville Marathon for 20 years. In fact, Louise won the masters title in that race in 1979. Here's an amazing fact: Harold and Louise have published the club publication, HTC News, continuously since its first issue in 1974. That's 40 years and Louise has proof read each one. This is surely a record achievement. The 56th Annual RRCA Convention will be held May 1-4 in Spokane, Washington, and following is the list of other winners. RRCA Hall of Fame: Anne Audain, born in Auckland, New Zealand, became an American citizen in 1995. Olympic runner (silver medal 10K, 1986). During the 1980s, she won more American road races than any other runner. Ken Martin, two-time U.S. national marathon champion. He and his wife, Lisa Martin, were male and female champions at the 1985 Pittsburgh Marathon, becoming the fastest married couple ever in a marathon. Ken was second at NYC Marathon 1989.

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Building the Basics It's hard to believe it, but yes, summer is right around the corner. For many of us that means the summer racing season that you may feel under prepared for is looming. If you haven't managed to dust off the winter cobwebs yet, don't worry, you still have time to get in a proper buildup for your summer racing season. Whether your finish line is the Peachtree Road Race, your local summer track series, or a fall marathon, everyone should begin at the same starting line. Over the last several months I've discussed some specific training topics, but this month I want to get back to the basics of starting a training program, from the couch up. The same start line does not mean everyone begins with the same fitness or running background. It means the principles of the process should be the same for everyone, and your background and level of fitness will dictate how those principles apply. Let's start with a short history lesson that dates back to the 1950s in New Zealand, with a man named Arthur Lydiard. I could write a book on the legendary coach, but he's already done that several times far better than I could hope to, so I'll make my point brief. Lydiard forever transformed the way distance runners train. His focus on aerobic development, volume based training, and periodization revolutionized the sport. Lydiard took an 800m/1500m runner by the name of Peter Snell and turned him into a three-time Olympic champion. Part of his training regimen was logging 100-plus mile weeks, something unheard of at the time especially for a middle distance runner. Snell is just one example of many in a long list of Olympic medals won and world records set by Lydiard coached athletes. Lydiard popularized what we now commonly refer to as the base period. This is where we will focus our attention this month. The early stages of any buildup are always the hardest part. You know that part where every run seems hard, even if it's slow. Understanding the importance of building a base can help you see the light at the end of the tunnel and stay committed through the get off the couch stage. The base build-

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ing period should largely be made up of relaxed, conversation paced running. For the heart rate people out there, you should be looking at 80 percent or less of your max heart rate. There are several goals in the base building phase. Primarily, we are focused on improving our body's ability to transport oxygen to the working muscles, basic aerobic conditioning. Conversation paced running helps develop capillary beds, improve oxygen carrying capacity, and improve mechanical efficiency through repetition, much the same way spending time at the driving range improves your golf swing. A less well known benefit during the base period is the development of strength in the connective tissue and the musculature, where most running injuries take place. The development of strength in the connective tissue and musculature is the foundation that enables our bodies to handle the more intense work later on in training without getting injured. More often than not it is the intensity that gets people hurt, not the volume, because people are eager to skip the boring base phase and get straight to the fast stuff. I don't blame you, running fast is fun, but you can't race fast if you can't stay healthy. The belief that increasing volume inherently increases injury risk is one of the biggest running myths out there. My experience, and that of Arthur Lydiard, says the truth is typically the complete opposite. For most people, running more will actually reduce your risk of injury by strengthening muscles and connective tissue, improving your ability to handle race specific intensity. The caveats are not dramatically increasing your mileage, making sure you do the vast majority of your running at a pace you can hold a comfortable conversa-

tion, and not increasing volume and intensity at the same time. What's a dramatic increase? I like to break the year into two training segments. If you're attempting to increase your volume from one segment to the next, a good rule is to bump your average weekly volume by no more than 10 miles from one segment to the next. As much as I hate to admit this, the 10 percent rule is a good guide for increasing mileage from one week to the next, as long as you are running 20 miles a week or more - if you start at five miles a week and add 10 percent each week it will take six months to reach 20 miles a week. The 10 percent rule simply states you can safely add 10 percent more mileage from one week to the next. (Note: this is if you are reaching new mileage highs, if you're getting back to volume you've reached before you can do it much quicker.) During all phases of training, including the build-up, using a “2 weeks up/1 week down� format will keep you fresh and recovered week to week. Using this method, every two weeks of higher volume is paired with a week of lower volume. For example, the weekly mileage totals for a six-week training block might look like this: 20, 22, 24, 27, 30. The down week allows your body to properly recover and adapt to the two weeks of greater stress. Usually when runners decide to increase their mileage there is some catalyst that motivates them to do it. Unfortunately, the catalyst is usually a Rocky-in-the-Soviet-winter type of motivation that is paired with a spike in training intensity. Overloading your body with simultaneous volume and intensity increases is a recipe for breakdown, and I don't want to tell you I told you so, but I will. Increase one at a time and make sure when you're adding miles those miles are at an easy, conversational pace. You've still got time to be your best this summer, but remember there are no shortcuts to success in distance running. Even if you have to do some earlier races off just base work that's okay, many people surprise themselves how fast they run with just a little increase in volume.

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He Said, She Said Does Peter Really Prefer the Trail? One-hundred years ago this year, Peter Rabbit (a particularly peculiar fellow who was displeased with the simplicity of the plain name he had been given) decided to color his identity - not with the dye of Easter eggs, but with the delight of a new name. “Peter Cottontail,” he determined, was the designation that epitomized his importance more precisely. Though the name did not stick for Peter Rabbit, it was remembered for decades before becoming sung about in Gene Autry's “Here Comes Peter Cottontail.” In the holiday classic, the rabbit enjoyed “hopping down the bunny trail,” happy that “hippity, hoppity Easter [was] on it's way.” Now, as the Easter holiday is upon us, and as we are likely faced with choosing from races that send us running along paved or dirt-packed paths, I have to wonder….. “Does Peter really prefer the trail?” He (Jonathon Weisenfeld) Said… “Peter definitely prefers the trail over the road,” 38-year old runner Jonathon Weisenfeld said. “The trail offers so many sensory experiences; the fresh smell of leaves, dirt, moss, and fresh rain, the sounds of bird calls, deer snorts, and the occasional slither of a snake,” he said. The cyclist-turned-runner experiences sensations similar to the ones Peter is probably exposed to on the bunny trail during the miles he logs on the UNC Chapel Hill campus where he works and runs each week. “There are so many shortcuts and side trails to explore and you can piece them all together in different ways to keep it interesting. There is also a 20+ mile trail network about a mile from my office. It's a fantastic resource to clear your head and get out from under fluorescent lights during lunch,” Weisenfeld said. He believes that Peter Cottontail appreciates the reprieve the trails offer from his line of work as well. “With the stress and pressure of delivering all those Easter eggs, it helps him to get out and reconnect with nature. When he's on the trail, he has to pay attention to the rocks and roots so as not to trip and spill his basket. That keeps his attention focused on the present and not thinking about how many houses he has left or if he has enough eggs to distribute,” Weisenfeld presumed. In addition to using the trails to re-center after hours of work, Weisenfeld shares something else in common with Mr. Cottontail. On Easter, both of the trail-trotters plan to pace along one of nature's unpaved avenues - not yet clothed with the concrete of some courses or asphalt pavement of some paths.

By Mary Marcia Brown

“We visit my in-laws every Easter and I always bring my running shoes to be able to get out of the house for a bit. They live less than a mile from the trailhead of Nags Heads Woods in Kill Devil Hills, NC. It's a maritime forest covered in live oaks and shifting sand dunes. I enjoy being able to explore different terrains and stumbling on animals I don't see every day,” Weisenfeld said. Perhaps, if Weisenfeld's assessment is accurate and Peter really does prefer the trails to the road, he might just stumble across a basket-carrying Mr. Cottontail this Easter. That would certainly be a sight on a running route that we don't see every day. She (Mary Marcia Brown) Said… I happen to have a hunch that, despite the many depictions of Peter prancing around among the pines, pansies, furred and feathered friends at Easter, treading along a trail to deliver his abounding basket of delights, he may actually prefer the road. Naturally, this is only my personal theory, but a number of cultural cues support the speculation. In fact, a number of clues lead me to believe that the road-running rabbit may have even been spotted running these paved paths on a couple of occasions. I offer you a few considerations, and encourage you to draw a well thought out conclusion of your own….. I presume that Peter probably knows that the pavement is the fastest path between two points. He need not be concerned with occasional roots, rough terrain, and uneven ground slowing his travels. He understands that the road is the fastest route to render his rabbits of chocolates and speckled eggs, and he therefore uses it. I even heard that, because of his speedy road voyages, Volkswagen even named a vehicle after him. Of course, that could just be a 'Rabbit' rumor. Something that isn't a rumor is the actuality that many runners report carrying a lucky rabbit's foot to rev up the likelihood of a fortunate fast finish during road races. These road runners understand that if Peter Rabbit realizes the speedy rewards of the road, carrying something reminiscent of

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his relatives may just fuel newfound speed during road races for them also - hence the rabbit's feet. Speaking of feet, let's not forget that Peter is a barefoot runner. It is much easier and less demanding for his tootsies to trek along the smoothness of the road instead of the tricky terrain of the trails. Peter Cottontail enjoys protecting his feet so they can carry him as quickly as possible along his paved paths. Someone of diction influence must have known of Peter Cottontail's admiration of speed along those paths of pavement. After all, the whisk of wind that blows in the direction of travel that we runners are often so partial to, was likely named after the road-preferring rabbit. My understanding is that “tailwind” is simply an abbreviated form of the original “Cottontailwind” that was named after our furry fast friend. Several dieticians were once curious about the calories that carry Cottontail so swiftly along courses. After careful consideration, acute observation, and a couple of experimental taste tests (that, according to the dieticians, were a necessary requirement for a decisive conclusion) they dis-

covered Peter's propelling fuel. It was not the eggs, but the beans in the basket that did the trick. Jelly Belly likely caught wind of the experiment and used the information to create their own sport bean to fuel other road runners who go the distance. Peter is often amidst the road-running marathoners in races along the east coast, year-round. A wise rabbit, who is well aware that humans top his list of predators, he often attends these events in costume and under varied aliases. So for all of you who have been looking for Peter Cottontail to come hopping down a bunny trail, it may be time to shift your focus. Fix your sights on a paved path, and you might just spot Peter running for a finish line, wearing a fancy tutu, cape, or captain's hat, and calling himself something much fancier than “Rabbit” or even “Cottontail”. I hear he has a new affinity for “Bolt the Bunny” - “Bolt” for short. But again, that could just be another rabbit rumor. Mary Marcia Brown is a Writer, Runner, Race Director and Certified Personal Trainer. Reach her at marymarciabrown@yahoo.com


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Running Through the Bluegrass The 800 is very different: Tested by a kid There are many things I've never done in my eight years of running: run 50 miles, win a marathon, race a mile. At least the last of those is something many runners have done, especially those who ran while in school. In February, I came a little closer: I ran my first-ever 800 meter time trial. And I'm not sure I ever want to do that again. I train with the Derby City Athletic Club youth team when I can, made up during the track season of a group of kids either affiliated with parochial schools coached by the DCAC team or who attend schools without teams. And during track season, they very conveniently meet at the track a mile from my house. I should preface this story by saying I ran a decent marathon at the beginning of November and my training for the past four months has been relatively lackluster. I just hit 40 miles again at the end of February. I blame the combination of holidays, horrendous weather and getting engaged/planning a wedding. So when coach tells me one of the kids needs to do an 800 time trial, I'm not sure what to think. And I spent a lot of time thinking about it -- it probably occupied my mind off-and-on for most of the day. I pulled up McMillan calculator estimates using various race times from last year and tried to guess a) how fast I thought

By Tracy Harris

I could go and b) how fast the kids were going to go. With coach injured, I was the de facto rabbit, there to try to keep the kids on assigned pace. Several kids had run their time trial the day before and were just running easy, so I thought, but one girl had poorly-paced her 800 the day before and said she felt good enough to do another. (Kids. Indefatigable.) We run three miles easy and head back to the track. This is when I find out pretty much all the kids are going to do the time trial, even those who tried it the day before. Most of them wear Garmins but don't seem to pay attention to them in terms of pace. Coach gives paces to the front-of-the-pack, telling us to hit 43 seconds for the first 200 and

1:26 for the first 400. "You'll slow down on the second lap but just try to hang on," he says. One of our speedsters said she couldn't make any promises about the pace -- she's the one who needed the do-over, after hitting 37 seconds in her first 200 the day before and slowing to an 800 in just over 3 minutes. I tell coach I'm not sure I can go that fast, but I figure I'll try and at least get them on target for the first 400. Literally, I have not tried to run faster than probably 7:15 pace in months. Sub-6, even for a half-mile, sounds difficult. Off we go. We hit the 200 nicely bunched and right on time. Doesn't feel too bad. First lap, 1:26. I have, to my credit, a history of good pacing. The group is now strung out, me and the little speedster at the front. And by little I mean she barely comes up to my chest, and I'm only 5'2". As we round the turn, coach starts, well, coaching. "FIND ANOTHER GEAR!!!!" is followed by the little speedster's name. I know he is encouraging her, because we know she can run under 3 minutes. But ... I don't want her to find another gear and pass me, either. So I give it a whirl. In my mind, I do think of my running as gears. If I have a five-gear transmission, I stay in gears two and three a lot. Gear four gets some use, but gear five is saved for interval workouts, 5k races and kicking. For the first lap, I was maxing out the RPM in gear 4, and I honestly wasn't sure gear 5 was currently in existence. I lean into the curve and push. Not sure what

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my third 200 split was but I'd guess it was my fastest. I am pulling away from the kids, even our speedster, but definitely tying up down the backstretch. Coach is still yelling, so we are all pushing, trying, willing ourselves across that line. By my watch, 2:51. I actually negative-split the second lap. Speedster comes through in 2:54, five or six seconds better than the day before, and (hopefully) a valuable lesson in pacing and sticking to the plan. I throw in a hard 200 to finish up a short-distance runner's workout, which is abysmal, and jog home, oddly proud of myself. The 800 and mile are usually discussed as difficult distances because it's hard to find a groove, so to finally tackle one felt like a big accomplishment, even it it wasn't a race. My time was definitely not stellar, but it definitely gives me hope going into the racing season this spring. Which, my column about trail running this spring? Unlikely. We have endured so much snow and ice -- with more coming this first weekend of March as I finish this column -- it's been difficult to get in many miles or to even get on the trails. Instead, I'm looking at half marathons in May and early June, plus 5ks through the summer. And who knows, maybe an 800 or mile race as part of a summer series in Indiana. Tracy Harris is a runner and writer in Louisville, Ky. She runs for the New Balance Louisville team and with national title winning youth team the Derby City Athletic Club. Find her on Twitter at @tfltft or online at tracefh.wordpress.com


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Running Psychology Running to the Beat It's the digital age and technology is everywhere, including the primordial activity of running. Everywhere you look runners have their ear buds in and are listening to their favorite music. With the advent of MP3 players, iPods, and Smart Phones, runners can have their favorite tunes with them wherever they go. But does music really benefit running performance and if so, what type of music can aid performance the most? Much attention has been given to music and exercise over the past several years. It seems as though music does indeed improve many types of performance, both in sports and in the workplace. But what is the mechanism behind the improved performance? First there needs to be a differentiation between types of music. Asynchronous music is basically background music. It's music you just listen to when you are running or involved in daily activities. Synchronous music is very time oriented and based on a specific beat to match the tempo of a task. For instance, listening to a song where the beat matches your stride frequency when running is synchronous. But what type should you listen to and when should you listen to it? If you are like me, you love to listen to music before you run, or during the warm-up for a race. Fast paced music can actually increase your level of arousal and make you feel more “up.� So if you seem to have difficulty getting your arousal level up before a race, then it only makes sense to listen to some fast paced music. On the other hand, slower music can actually lower arousal. Notice that they don't blast fast paced music at the dentist office! So if you are too anxious before a race it only makes sense to listen to music that is slow and calming. Of course all of this is dependant upon something I talk about a lot, that being learning to understand where your own optimal level of arousal lies. Music before a race can also help you focus better. Listening to the lyrics of a song can channel your concentration to a narrow stimulus, thereby not allowing your mind to wander to negative thoughts or negative self-talk. The music you listen to of course is a matter of personal preference. You know what songs get you up, what

By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.

songs relax you, and what songs help you concentrate. Go get your play list and get your favorites together. Now a caveat here, listening to music during training or racing does bring some risks, so be careful with traffic, etc. If you do choose to listen to music while you're running then the benefits may be different from those you get from listening to music before you run. It seems as though when you listen to music during your running that it may serve to do two things, distract your attention from the running itself and/or help to raise your level of mood. When listening to music during a run you may actually divert your focus away from any exertional discomfort (I'm not going to call it pain) you may be feeling and re-direct that attention to the music. In theory, you should then be able to block out some feelings of fatigue and run longer. In scientific terms, the music allows you to dissociate from the feedback your body is giving you. However, it appears that the best runners are actually very good at associating, or tuning into what feedback their body is giving them and using this feedback to grade their effort in the most effective way. Music probably helps running performance in longer events, like the marathon, where you may often dissociate and associate over the duration of the event. Fast paced music that you like can actually improve your mood and increase your arousal during a race. If the beat of the music is slightly faster than the rate of your foot strike then it may help you increase your pace. This type of synchronous music is good for running because running has a type of rhythm and having a fast rhythm to the music may mean a faster running rhythm. Music that you like can also reduce perceived exertion, or in other words, the running can seem eas-

www.running.net ier for you. Download some catchy, fast tunes and give it a try! The fast music can elevate your mood and elevate your pace. Music can even help you after a race or intense training run. Following a race or hard training effort your body is still going to be highly aroused physiologically. During the recovery phase your heart rate, breathing rate, and blood pressure remain elevated. Many runners find it very difficult to sleep, or even relax following a hard run. Listening to soothing, relaxing music may actually allow you to recover faster. By listening to music you find to be calming, you may be able to lower heart rate and blood pressure, plus the music can help you relax, thereby allowing you to fall asleep faster, either at night or for a regenerative nap following a morning training run or race. Again, the type of music you choose is an individual choice, but the music should be a slower beat and something that calms your mind. In my work with athletes in a wide variety of sports, I have them utilize imagery training on a regular basis. I have found that if athletes pair music they like with imagery training, then the images seem to be more vivid. So in your free time listen to some music you really enjoy and imag-

ine yourself running free and running strong. Try to include all your senses as you image while listening to the music. Feel yourself running, imagine what the weather is like, hear the sounds of your breathing, foot strike, and environment around you, and even try to smell what it's like. Make your imagery include all of your senses. Music that motivates you can make your imagery training more effective. Listen to your favorite song and imagine yourself running like you know you are capable of running. Music is really a part of your everyday life. For running, use music to your advantage. Before a race use music to help you reach your optimal level of arousal. During running music can help you increase your pace and divert your mind from discomfort. After a hard effort music can even help you recover faster. Get your play list together, put in those ear buds and have a great running experience. 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 ferguson@averett.edu

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The Athlete’s Kitchen

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FEEL STRONG!

Sports Nutrition: What’s Old? What’s New? Once upon a time, warriors (the original athletes) ate lions' hearts. Today, athletes seek out energy drinks and protein shakes. Clearly, times have changed! In case you are wondering what else is old -- and new -- when it comes to sports nutrition, I've compiled an update to help resolve confusion so you can fuel for success. OLD: The lighter you are, the better you will perform. NEW: The runner who is genetically lean and eats enough to have well-fueled muscles has an advantage over the runner who is genetically heavier and has to skimp on food to maintain an unnaturally low weight. Research with elite female swimmers indicates those who restricted calories in the pursuit of thinness lost speed (but not body fat) during a 12week training cycle, while those who ate adequately swam faster (1). Thin at any cost often comes with a high price tag. OLD: Female runners who train hard and have too little body fat will stop having regular menstrual periods. NEW: Lack of fuel, not lack of body fat, tends to determine if a female runner's body will menstruate normally. That is, many very lean female runners do have regular menses. Although they may have very low body fat, they eat enough to support both their exercise and normal body OLD: Eat fat, get fat. NEW: Yes, excess calories of dietary fat can easily convert into body fat. But healthful fats (i.e., nuts, olive oil, avocado, salmon) are an important part of a runner's diet; they help reduce inflammation. Runners also need dietary fat to absorb important vitamins such as A, D, E, and K. Fat also fuels the muscles; small amounts of fat get stored within the muscles and can enhance stamina and endurance. Research suggests runners had more endurance when they switched from a very low fat to a moderate fat diet. (2) OLD: If you want to lose weight, you need to go on a diet. NEW: Diets do not work. If diets did work, then everyone who has ever been on a diet would be lean. Not the case. Rather than going on a diet, try to make just a few basic changes, such as 1) choose fewer processed snacks in wrappers and instead enjoy more fruit (fresh or dried) and nuts, and 2) get more sleep. Lack of sleep can contribute to not only weight gain but also reduced performance. OLD: The recommended dietary allowance for protein (RDA) is the same for runners as for non-athletes. NEW: The RDA for protein (0.8 grams per kilogram body weight.) is less than the 1.2 to 1.7 g pro/kg currently recommended for athletes. Most runners eat that much (plus more) as a part of their standard meals, so you are unlikely to need protein supplements. You do want to distribute your protein intake evenly throughout the day, and not pile it all into dinner, so your muscles have a consistent supply of amino acids (the building blocks of protein). OLD: Slabs of roast beef help build bigger muscles.

By Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D.

NEW: Because the body can utilize only about 20 to 25 grams of protein at one dose, you won't build bigger muscles by eating jumbo portions of beef in one sitting. (4) Your better bet it to cut that slab of meat into four pieces. Enjoy those deck-of-cards-sized pieces at least every four hours, so you get 20 to 25 grams of protein at each meal and afternoon or evening snack. Weight lifting -- not eating excessive protein -- triggers muscles to grow bigger. To have the energy needed to lift heavy weight, you want to eat meals based on grains, fruits and veggies (with protein as the accompaniment). Those carbs provide the fuel needed to lift heavy weights. OLD: Don't drink coffee before running in the heat; it is dehydrating. NEW: Pre-exercise coffee is not dehydrating and it can actually enhance performance, even in the heat (5). Caffeine boosts alertness and reaction time, as well as makes the effort seem easier so you work harder without feeling the extra effort. If you are sensitive to caffeine (a mugful gives you a “coffee stomach” and the jitters), you'll be better off abstaining. But runners who enjoy drinking coffee are likely to notice positive benefits. OLD: Energy drinks contain magical ingredients, such as taurine. NEW: The magical ingredients in energy drinks are caffeine and sugar. Although taurine has been reported to enhance performance, the limited research was done on rats. Newer research suggests taurine offers no ergogenic benefits (6). To save money, simply add a heaping tablespoon of sugar to your coffee. You'll get the same boost. Better yet, eat wisely and sleep more; you won't need an energy drink.

OLD: Don't eat before you run. The food just sits in the stomach and does not get digested. NEW: You can digest food during a run as long as you are exercising at a pace you can maintain for more than 30 minutes. Fitness runners can benefit from a small pre-exercise snack as tolerated (such as a banana, granola bar, or packet of oatmeal) to get their blood sugar on the upswing. Marathoners who run for more than 90 minutes will benefit from both pre-run fuel and then carbs during the extended workout. The target is about 250 to 350 calories of carbohydrates per hour. That's more than just a swig of sports drink! Be sure to practice fueling prior to and during long runs, so you can learn what works and what doesn't. OLD: Refuel as soon as possible after you workout. NEW: If you do exhausting workouts twice a day, you'll benefit from eating soon after the first run to fuel-up for the next run. But if you are a fitness exerciser, simply back your workout into the next meal. You'll have plenty of time to recover before your run the next day. OLD: Orange slices are perfect for halftime of a youth sporting event. NEW: While chomps, gels, and sports drinks may seem better than cut-up oranges and water for half-time fueling at youth sports events, kids actually should be taught that natural foods work well. Orange slices, pretzels, and water provide more nutrients and electrolytes (a.k.a sodium and potassium) than sports drinks. Even adult runners can do well with real foods. While elite runners might prefer engineered products during intense exercise, most of us can perform just fine with real food. Go back to enjoying more orange slices, please. Sometimes the old ways can be preferable to the new! Boston-area sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, MS, RD counsels both casual and competitive athletes. Her private practice is in Newton, MA; 617-795-1875. For information about her new Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 5th Edition, and her food guides for runners, cyclists and soccer players, see www.nancyclarkrd.com. For online education, visit www.sportsnutritionworkshop.com.

Selected References: 1. Vanheest J, C Rodgers, C Mahoney, MJ DeSousa. Ovarian suppression impairs sport performance in junior elite female swimmers. Med Sci Sports Exerc 46(1):156-66, 2014. 2. Horvath, P, C Eagen, N Fisher, J Leddy, and D Pendergast. 2000. The effects of varying dietary fat on performance and metabolism in trained male and female runners. J Am Coll Nutr 19(1):5260. 3. Mah CD, Mah KE, Kezirian EJ, Dement WC. 2011. The effects of sleep extension on the athletic performance of collegiate basketball players. Sleep. 34(7):943-50 4. Phillips, S. van Loon, L. 2011. Dietary protein for athletes: From requirements to optimum adaptation. J Sports Sci 29(S1):S29-S38. 5. Armstrong, L, A. Pumerantz, M. Roti, et al. 2005. Fluid, electrolyte, and renal indices of hydration during 11 days of controlled caffeine consumption. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 15:252-265. 6. McLellan TM, Lieberman HR. 2012. Do energy drinks contain active components other than caffeine? Nutr Rev. 70(12):730-44.

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Walt Disney Dopey Challenge By Betty Frydrychowicz Being runners with more than three decades of running under our feet, Jim and I are always looking for that new challenge. In mid-2013, we became aware of the Walt Disney World (WDW)“Dopey Challenge.” A challenge consisting of four races on four consecutive days. Beginning with a 5K, the second day a 10K, then on the third day comes the half marathon, on the fourth and final day, a full marathon. A total of 48.6 miles. It sounded like fun right then. So off went the checks for the entry and accommodations. A training schedule was located on the WDW website. It stressed the importance of pacing and back-to-back long walks and runs. A 29-week schedule began building the foundation of the miles required of the many weeks to come. The weeks really did meld into one another. Our usual base is around 20 miles per week. We soon passed that mark. Back-to-back days of long training walks followed by longer training runs were the setting for many weekends to follow. A couple of shorter runs during the week with walks on non running days. If you drove the Pensacola to Navarre beach highway early weekend mornings, you may have passed us on one of our many training runs. We became quite familiar with the mileage and landmarks it affords. Learning to pace ourselves was the most important part of completing the challenge. The final week of training was done and the question remained “did we do enough”. We can only wait and see. We arrive at Disney Jan. 8 and without delay head to the expo to pick up our race packages, bibs, and instruction for the start of the challenge. We were handed our bags with six shirts (yes six) in an array of colors with our bibs, a check in bag, and instructions. The race series began each day at 5:30 a.m. We had to board the buses by 4:30 for the trip to the starting line. Therefore a 3 a.m. wake-up for the next four days. With an estimated 20,000 runners, all were assigned corrals for the start. Our corrals were E for the 5 and 10K and N for the half and full marathon. We never started before 6:20, we had lots of time standing around with some of our fellow runners.

Thursday the 5K no problems. We stayed within our pacing schedule. We were back at the resort hotel by 7:30. A whole day to relax by the pool and rest the legs. Well a quick second trip to the expo for some souvenirs. Friday the 10K goes great. We paced ourselves and we knew it was the key to complete the four races. Saturday dawns for the half marathon very warm and humid, but we kept to our pace and finished within a few minutes of our predicated goal. So far so good! Sunday we awoke to cooler temps and much less humidity, making the last leg of the challenge, a full marathon doable. 26.2 miles -- what could possibly go wrong? Again starting in the dark, and actually feeling reasonably good we began our quest. The miles were slipping by and sightseeing some of Disneyland helped in some way. Seventeen miles and my body said enough of this fun. It's time to stop. So began the fight to get through the negative thoughts and to keep moving forward. We tried running a few minutes Betty & Jim Frydrychowicz show off their “bling” from the Walt Disney Dopey Challenge. then taking a walk break. That soon became a nightmare, so we mutually Grand Prix XXXVI Schedule decided to just walk the rest of the miles, get to the finish line, and complete what August 30 Midnight Flight 10K Anderson, SC we had started. October 26 "Run Town USA" Half Marathon Greenville, SC We were helped along the way by large November 10 Pensacola Half Marathon Pensacola, FL crowds cheering us on, and wonderful December 14 Rocket City Marathon Huntsville, AL volunteers with every manner of support. February 8 Winter Flight 8K Salisbury, NC Finally Epcot came into view, We knew February 15 Dasani Myrtle Beach Half Marathon Myrtle Beach, SC March 15 Gate River Run 15K Jacksonville, FL the finish line was just ahead. We were March 16 Germantown Half Marathon Germantown, TN slower than we predicated by about 30 May 26 Cotton Row 10K Huntsville, AL minutes, but completing the challenge was the conclusion of that particular jour*Check www.running.net for updates to schedule ney. It was a very emotional finish for me. However, with tears in the eyes we're off Grand Prix rules Grand Prix points will only be awarded to runners residing in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, to collect our “Bling” i.e. medals. Back to Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, the hotel to collapse for an hour or so. 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 Then off to celebrate with a glorious dinrunners scoring in all half-marathon events. Only the top 8 GP performances for any runner will be ner and drinks with good friends. What 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 better way to celebrate but with fellow at the time of the race. Following the Cotton Row Run on Memorial Day 2014, awards will be runners. 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 Oh and by the way I had the dubious 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 honor of being the oldest female to comawards. Runners must run at least two races to qualify for final awards. plete the challenge. Honor is questionable if you think about it. Maybe the rest just Points will be awarded in each race as follows: knew better… -- Top 20 males and females overall. Jim and I trained and ran each mile -- Top 8 male and female masters (40-49), grand masters (50-59) senior grand masters (60-69), and veterans (70-over) together, what better way to face this and -- 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. any challenge.

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Fidler on the Run Mental Preparation Years ago when I could run fast, I received shoes from a manufacturer. Occasionally the shoes were proto-types or special colors. Once I had a pair of feather weight racing flats which were black with yellow swooshes, a one of a kind pair. Three or four nights per week, I would take these shoes into my office and stare at them. This unusual behavior was part of preparing my mind for racing. Mental training typically has four stages: progressive relaxation, deep breathing, centering, and mental rehearsal or visualization. To begin this training, I would step into my office and close the door. Progressive relaxation is training one body part for one to two seconds, then using a cue word like “relax” or “let go.” I would work from feet to forehead. I would contract my arches, then release them, contract my calves then release, contract quads and release. I would continue up my body until I reached my forehead. I would work from bottom to top twice. The next step was attempting to contract everything twice, and using the cue to relax. Before moving to the second stage, I would scan for any pockets of tightness and try to release them. Deep breathing as well as progressive relaxation should be done in a comfortable chair. Doing these drills lying down can have the same effect as counting sheep. I would perform 10 deep breaths beginning with a four second inhale through the nostrils. The breath then escaped through the mouth. As I inhaled my abdomen would extend. It would contract with expiration. I would imagine my legs filling from bottom to top. The third stage is centering. This step brings us back to staring at the special shoes. The centering phase took about 10 minutes. I would focus on one object or word. If I felt my mind drifting to something other than the shoe, I would return to the focus by thinking “I am thinking about shoe.” This drill improved my ability to concentrate on the task at hand. The final step is visualization or mental rehearsal. I would think about an upcoming race, hearing split times and seeing myself running well. Another approach is watching yourself achieve your goals in third person, like watching yourself on the big screen. This sequence can help performance. It enhances confidence and can help manage excessive nervousness. However, mental training is development of skills. To be effective these skills must be practiced. The deep breathing can be used to help

By Lee Fidler

manage almost any stressful situations. Before a speaking engagement, for example several deep breaths can help you relax. One more mental tip is the development of a mantra. Years ago my former training partner Benji and I used mantras during marathons. (During that period, Benji made the Olympic team, I did not). His phrase was “It's okay, It's okay.” My mantra was “Resemble a runner, resemble a runner.” We used these thoughts during difficult parts of the long event. Running a marathon is sometimes like swimming in a lake crossing warm and cold patches. The mantra helped us keep calm and focused when things seemed to be going out of control. Mental preparation is just another arrow you can put in quiver for race day. As these skills worked for me, they can aid you as well. However, as mentioned before, you need to practice them. Lee Fidler runs and coaches in Stone Mountain, GA, and can be reached at leefid@bellsouth.net

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Running Fitness

Are Races Getting Slower?

Racing on plants –– good results

At a running club meeting the other night, some of us 'older' runners were commenting on how it seemed like the winning times of races were slower now than they used to be. I By added that my wife Kathy and I had noticed a lot of races were won by times slower than our Cedric Jaggers Personal Bests and we hated to see that since neither my PRs nor hers should win races. Since I've been building a South Carolina Races Database now for a long time by gathering complete results of all the SC races, it seemed like a good idea for a research project. Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time. Why do good ideas turn out to be difficult and the races that have been around for a while and take a lot of time? I decided to look at some of see if any conclusions jumped off the pages:

Recently, I raced my fifth consecutive weekend, which included the fun and beautiful marathon in Celebration, FL. I ran a 5K the weekend before, and a 5 and 10K the two weekends after the marathon. I placed in my age group in each one, although I was a laggardly ninth in my age group in the marathon. But not last. I received six gold medals at the local SW Florida Gulf Coast Senior Games, finishing first overall female in the 5K, and first in my age group in the 50, 100, 400, 800 and 1500 meters. I skipped the 200. You have to rest sometime. I went to Nationals last summer and placed seventh in my age group in the 1500 meters. This weekend was the first step in that long qualifying journey for the next national games. When I checked in for each race, they kept asking, "You again?" Others complained about running races back-to-back. Piece o' carrot cake on plants, right? I'll go on to compete at State later this year. Not including the Senior Games, I've now placed in 65 races of 5K or longer since 2006. Yet, I got told several times this weekend, things like, "My daughter, a doctor, says you can't get enough protein on a vegan diet." I flexed my biceps holding my medals and said, "Ya think? Do you know anyone diagnosed with a protein deficiency? How 'bout heart disease, diabetes or cancer? That's where we should be focusing." Getting out of my car before the races, four men getting out of their car, saw my "Eat Vegan on $4 a Day" car magnets and began laughing and carrying on, "Eat a vegan for $4? Let's do that!" If I had a dime for every guy who has said that, I could buy you a cheap vegan dinner for a month. As I got out I cheerfully said, "7th in the US in the 1500 meters. Next question please?" While diets may not be a panacea, I sure believe, as do many others for their own situation as well, that a plant-based diet for most of the past 33 years has kept away the breast cancer that got my mom, aunt and both sisters. And the heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer's that got most of them too. If you're in SW Florida, be sure to sign up for my “Taste of Vegan” cooking classes, and big thanks if you already have. The Anna Maria Island Community Center has asked to continue the popular series. Info and their phone number is here. Fresh Market is continuing to donate the incredible, vibrant food used in our recipes, which are all from my books! My third book, “Paleo Vegan,” is in

I think this pretty much shows that 'elite' type races are not slowing down, so I had to look elsewhere -- at the smaller, less well known races, and came up with some winning times:

It's a pretty small sample, but these two races do show a slowing down of the overall winners. I think the addition of so many new races over the years has diluted the overall field of really fast runners and when they do not spread out over the newer races, we end up with slower times. Maybe next time we'll look at the depth of fields -- here's thinking the individual races will have fewer fast runners. 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.

By Ellen Jaffe Jones

pre-sales, and the publisher tells me it is already outselling any other book they've had in presales during their long history. I wrote it to give the vegan spin on this popular somewhat fad diet. I say somewhat because those who do it believe they are eating the way our Paleolithic ancestors ate before the evolution of modern agriculture. The diet is somewhat controversial just because it is hard to replicate or even really know how our ancestors ate, given that videos have yet to surface from those times. The odds of humans being able to catch and find animals frequently enough to consume animal protein three times a day, as some popular paleo books recommend is doubtful at best. Many have told me it is unusual for anyone with my sprint times to have ever finished a marathon. Usually the fasttwitch muscles dominate the slow-twitch. And while my marathon times are nothing to brag about, at least I wasn't last and achieved my goal, as it always has been, to finish without injury. Finishing a race still always feels like a miracle and I keep trying to show all those naysayers, you can do it “just” on plants. At the Senior Games, I lamented to the organizer that there weren't many people competing, suggesting that maybe it was because the popular Gasparilla races were in Tampa the same day. “Oh,” he said, “most of our seniors don't do Gasparilla.” Maybe that's true. I have no way of knowing. But another organizer told me that she suggested the Senior Games to someone she knew who became indignant about the suggestion, as if to say she wasn't that “old” just yet, although you only have to be 50. Gotta run! Ellen Jaffe Jones is a certified personal trainer, running coach, and the author of “Eat Vegan on $4 a Day,” “Ktchen Divided,” and “Paleo Vegan.” She can be reached at www.vegcoach.com


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Winter Olympic Sports Running –– some differences and similarities As I am writing this column, I am still mesmerized by the Winter Olympics. The Games were a joy to watch, featuring several sports that were both entertaining and spectator friendly. Some also nerve wrecking and potentially dangerous. At the time you read this the Olympics will be a mere memory, but I will still be awestruck by the amazing performances that I saw by world class athletes in action. These athletes are the equivalent of Paula Radcliffe and Meb Keflezighi in their own sports, but when we are watching them their performances are seemingly much more difficult. We can't visualize ourselves doing triple somersaults on skis high up in the air, but Radcliffe and Keflezighi are running, like we do! They are just doing it much faster and more efficiently. Sometimes we have the thrill of seeing them in head to head competition with other runners, and this is when it becomes exciting to watch. All this got me thinking about how very different running is from many other sports, especially those that we saw in the Winter Olympics. It all comes down to winning at the end, at least for the elite. But the journey from start to finish in many of these events was a far cry from what we runners are used to. And it was often peppered with obstacles. In running we go head to head with our competition when we race. Whoever crosses the finish line first is the winner. Compare this to the Winter Olympics where in almost every event, athletes were either competing for a score by a group of judges or alone against the clock. In the few events where they competed directly against each other for position, the risk was often high that they got knocked down and didn't reach the finish line. In Snowboard Cross for example, six athletes started at the top of a hill but often only half of them made it to the finish. The rest were scattered on the downhill course, knocked down either by competitors or from going too fast to safely negotiate turns. Similar casualties could happen in running of course, with the collision between Mary Decker and Zola Budd in the 1984 Olympics probably being the most prolific example. But it is quite rare, and when it happens it tends to be among elite runners and when a lot is

By Lena Hollmann RRCA Southern Director

at stake. We rarely see “average” runners knock each other down in road races, and when it does happen it is usually right after the start. Even when an athlete made it to the finish line, the conditions were different in most Winter Olympic sports compared to what we see in running. In timed events where athletes were going one or two at a time they had to lay it all out on the course if they wanted to win. Then they had to hope their time was faster than everybody else's. Sometimes they would lose by a hair even they gave their all. This happened to Koen Verweij of the Netherlands, who lost the gold medal to Zbigniew Brodka of Poland by three thousands of a second! Would he have caught Brodka before the finish if they had skated in the same heat? We will never know. If you are speedskater, this is just the nature of the sport. But it can definitely make a difference if you have your competition right next to you during your event. It will inspire you and make you go faster. You know exactly what you need to do to win, or to move up one place. I recall running the 800 meters in the Swedish National Championships back in 1969, when I was 18 years old. On the final straightaway I was running neck to neck with a competitor, fighting for third place. I ended up short and had to settle for fourth, but recorded a time that beat the record for my province (both for 18 year olds and overall) by one tenth of a second. Would I have gotten that record if nobody had been running next to me? Probably not, at least not at that time. I did run faster the following year, but then I was a year older and would not have gotten the record for the 18 and younger group. So I am forever thankful to this competitor of mine for sparring me along

-- even though she beat me in the end! Competing neck to neck is one advantage we have in running, cycling, swimming, and a few other events. In most winter sports this is not feasible. And for a masters runner in very populated races, sometimes also not! I have written here before about the issue of chip times versus gun times, and pointed out that it is often not possible to line up next to your age group competitors in races with hundreds or thousands of participants. Therefore we always have to push hard if we want to place, especially when the order of finish is determined by chip time. Someone in our age group could be running faster than us, even though they are behind us on the course. And we may find ourselves in a similar situation as Verweij above, losing by a small margin to a competitor, maybe because we didn't have the opportunity to race neck to neck with him/her on the final straightaway. As we get older, maybe we aren't competing as much against each other as we are competing against the clock, or against ourselves. Rather than setting a goal to beat a rival, we tend to gravitate towards having a goal time to beat, or maybe to top last year's time in the race we are running. Simply finishing a race is an accomplishment for some of us. We come from different backgrounds and pursue our favorite sport in different ways. We are not in the Olympics and for many of us finishing in first place is not what racing is about. But if you are a competitive runner in your 50s, 60s, or beyond, and are looking to place in your age group, then maybe running has become more similar to many Winter Olympic sports, the Half Pipe for example. No, we don't have to do acrobatic tricks in the air while on a snow board or a pair of skis -- but maybe our strategy needs to be somewhat similar to that of a half pipe skier. We want to place ourselves strategically at the start for maximum advantage. For the skier it means approaching the pipe at the optimal speed and angle, and for us runners it means being close enough to the front so that we don't lose to a slower runner in our age group who lines up in front of us. And during the race we have to rely on our own devices -- the competition is somewhere,

but they are not right next to us. At least not most of the time for us masters runners, even if we are going at about the same speed as our competitors. Let me finish by saying that among all the sports I could have chosen to pursue, I'm happy I chose running. When I enter a race I have a high probability of reaching the finish line. And if I get there before my competitors, then I beat them. There is no subjective judging that could place a more experienced or more popular competitor ahead of me in the results if I ran faster than they did. (Although if results are by gun time I could place behind another runner in the results even if my chip time was better than theirs.) But what I appreciate more than anything else these days is that I picked a sport where I can still compete at my current age. We don't have many alpine skiers and figure skaters still competing when they are in their 50s and 60s! 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 lenahollmann@gmail.com.

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When quitting is an option, finish the race After crossing the finish line at the end of the 2013 Dasani Half Marathon at Myrtle Beach my friend Terri Dowd turned to me and said “Well, that sucked.” Despite feeling as raggedy and windtossed as a piece of debris washed up on the beach, I had to laugh. After a week of snow and ice, gale force winds on race day and even an earthquake the night before, another Bi-Lo Myrtle Beach Marathon and half marathon were in the books. I barely finished my slowest half marathon ever, a few minutes north of three hours. But I didn't quit. That more than 20,000 runners could even get to Myrtle Beach is an accomplishment in itself. The storied polar vortex had descended into the Midwest and southeast, icing highways, cancelling airplane flights, and sending two thirds of the country into the deep freeze. Some runners fled their homes and hit the highways several days early, in advance of a recordsetting snowfall, and hunkered down at the beach, waiting for a forecasted warm-up. There they spent the days leading up to the race preparing to set PRs, qualify for the Boston Marathon, and generally enjoy the spring-break-like fun that goes along with a typical Myrtle Beach Marathon weekend. Just in time, a warm sun rose the day before the race, turning icy highways into shallow rivers of running water and throwing a wrench into the careful wardrobe planning that goes along with a weekend of marathon running on unpredictable weather weekends. During the wee hours of the morning on race day, the rain fell in sheets, blown sideways by an unrelenting wind, at times gusting nearly 30 miles per hour. My friend Esther Dill, who will be run-

By Teri Saylor

ning in the Boston Marathon this month, was keen on qualifying for Boston again, on the flat, fast oceanside Myrtle Beach course. I was there for the party - and the half marathon. Race day dawned nasty, and even though it was pitch dark and raining hard at 6 a.m., 30 minutes before the start time, Esther was already wearing her sunglasses to protect her eyes from the blowing wind and water, and looking for all the world like a blind runner. We huddled with a gaggle of other runners under the hotel awning, waiting for a shuttle bus to take us to the starting line a mile away. As the minutes ticked by, we began to wonder if the bus was going to make it, and 15 minutes before gun time, we set out on foot. The rain had stopped, but we were forced to dodge puddles as we tripped over limbs and other debris, the casualties of a windblown night at the beach. I made Esther take off her shades despite the challenging weather conditions, she would have no chance at all of making her BQ if she tripped and fell in the darkness. She glanced at her watch. “Oh my gosh, it's 6:30,” she exclaimed. I have had plenty of nightmares about missing the start of a race, and after a decade of running, the nightmare had

My friend Steve Futrell, who did not register for the race, but wanted to get a few miles in, sent me a text message and told me he was going to come out to run the last few miles with me. So the countdown began. I texted him that I was at Mile 5. Then at Mile 6, then 7, then 8 and all the way to Mile 10, I sent him these messages, selfishly eating up his text messaging data allocation, but soothing my own soul that the end was near. Having a buddy made all the difference, and running the last three miles into the wind with Steve was the fuel I needed to make it to the end. Along the way, we met up with Terri and we all crossed the finish line, putting a cap on a day when simply not quitting was the biggest accomplishment of all. Later, Rebecca showed off her medal as her testimony to not quitting, too. Esther, whose sunglasses had come in handy after all, abandoned her quest for a BQ, or even a PR, and also considered quitting. But she didn't, and as a result, she finished second in her age group. In that race, the winning times were minutes slower than for a usual Myrtle Beach Marathon. The scaffolding at the finish line blew down during the race, and the fencing separating the spectators from the runners blew over. Kimberly Meeker of Raleigh, the female half marathon winner reported on Facebook that she had to cross the finish line twice for her finish line photo, because the wind blew the winners' ribbon out of a volunteer's hand as she approached it. Exhausted, windblown and sore, both fast and slow runners alike happily celebrated finishing the race. And when there is a fine line between quitting and going the distance, with just the slimmest of margins in between, refusing to give up is a victory all by itself, no matter how long the journey takes.

finally come true. As we approached the starting line and the throngs of athletes and spectators illuminated by giant spotlights, a horn blasted. Runners bounded onto the race course, and we were not among them. The race had started without us. We sprinted into the masses and let the wave of runners sweep us away and straight into a headwind that would plague us the entire way. You have seen the weather forecasters on television during hurricanes. They plant themselves in a spot to take a terrible battering so they can show their viewers how hard the gale force winds are howling. They hang on poles, plants, trees or fences to keep from blowing away. At times they double over to keep from falling down. They stagger backwards as hurricane-force winds sucker punch them in the face, then they pop back up and keep going. That's what running in the Myrtle Beach Marathon felt like. About five miles in, I ran up to my friends Terri Dowd and Rebecca Sitton. Unsmiling, yet making good time, they were pushing through the wind, and contemplating how they could end the punishment sooner, rather than later. Rebecca suggested cutting off a two-mile leg and heading back to the finish line early. Suddenly that sounded like the best idea I had heard in a very long time. How easy it would be to just turn left instead of right, and like a hungry mule at dinner time, to take the shortest distance from my spot on the running route straight back to the barn. But on that day, guilt overcame desire, and I turned right. Teri Saylor writes and runs (but not every The weather gods approved. day) in Raleigh, N.C. Contact her at The sun came out. terisaylor@hotmail.com. But the wind didn't let up.

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Women’s Running Making Your Passion Your Mission By Carolyn Mather, RN, PhD. Periodically I meet "ordinary" people who are extraordinary and who dedicate their lives to making a difference. Debbie Voiles, who I met this past June at ZAP Fitness, epitomizes the best in our sport and is a role model like no other. Deb began her running career in 1977 mainly to lose weight after her daughter Wendy's birth. Her brother was a runner and an Ironman, and he encouraged her to take up running when it was definitely not a common female endeavor. As with many of us who began running during that time period, we had little knowledge and ran on a wing and a prayer. There was no internet and very little written for beginning runners. We just did it. Deb did not know much about running but it worked to take the weight off and she found an activity she could do while raising her son and daughter, caring for her family and working. Deb participated in races of every distance and did a number of triathlons. Her daughter followed her in running while her son took up swimming. Her husband ran but has more recently taken up biking. Deb was a teacher for 15 years and then took up real estate. The real estate bubble burst about the time Deb attained her RRCA coaching certification. She had been involved with local running clubs but did not believe they were meeting the needs of average runners. People are so busy and clubs take a lot of time. Besides she had a vision of making running fun and something you really desired and enjoyed. It is a lifetime endeavor and not just about competition or races. Thus in 2009 she started Run Tampa (www.runtampa.com) to create a comprehensive area running calendar and provide a website to familiarize people with all of the wonderful running venues in the Tampa Bay area. She got people together to run and provided maps, water, and other support. She realized that although for years she had run, there was so much to learn that can improve performance and the total experience. She wanted to share her lifetime love of running with others. Coaching was the perfect marriage of everything Deb loved to do. Her teaching skills, her writing ability, her love of people and her passion for running made starting and growing Run Tampa the perfect job. She left real estate and dedicated herself to getting people active with running. Within the first year she had 50 members but now the group is over 375 and it keeps growing. Deb is most proud of the extreme diversity of her group that ranges from kids to a 76 year old. The average age is 38-40 but there is something for everyone. The Saturday group runs are for all distances, all paces, with no rules. Although many seek to run faster, that is not the primary focus. The objective is to make friends and have fun! Deb has utilized the power of the internet with a weekly enewsletter, the most comprehensive list of Bay area races, Saturday group runs (or an area race), a blog, club membership, a Facebook page, member discounts, destination races, maps, area resources, quarterly parties, and several running podcasts. She makes it a policy to introduce everyone at each group run. She has personally made it her focus to know every member and something about each of them that she can share at group runs. The Run Tampa folks flourish with the social aspect and Deb posts tons of pictures on the Run Tampa website. She knows her folks relish their pictures on the website and that promotes the friendships. She gets help from so many people as the members motivate each other. All of the many aspects keep

Deb Voiles & Carolyn Mather after Space Coast Marathon.

people coming back. Deb quit coloring her hair so she could begin to meet one of her big goals in 2014 which is to increase the over-60 segment of the group. Obviously there are many retired folks in Florida and she wants to welcome them and get them involved. Another goal for 2014 is to get more kids involved along with their parents. She wants to focus on the healthy and fun aspects of running for kids. Besides destination races (Deb had 54 people who made the trip to the Marine Corp Marathon last fall), she has a list of recommended races in the area where many members convene. I know I see Run Tampa shirts all over the southeast. At this past weekend's Gasparilla races, she had more than 200 members participating. What Deb has created takes a tremendous time commitment and she is obviously not making a fortune at what she is doing. But it is her passion and is personally rewarding. She takes great joy in seeing her members meet a goal whether it is finishing their first 5K or running Boston. Recently she found she was coaching so many people that she had little time for other things. To this end she has hired two coaches to do individual coaching so she can attend to the growing needs of her group. The most amazing part of this organization is the love and dedication the members have. They truly enjoy each other and work to help each other. There is an incredible sense of camaraderie that I have never seen with other groups. Deb has created a community of caring and fitness and fun! I truly wish there were more people like Deb in this world as she has single-handedly changed the lives of many and will continue to do so. She is full of energy and ideas and like most of us could probably use more hours in the day. But she is giving a gift to the Tampa Bay area that is unmatched. Take a look at her website and if you are fortunate enough to live in the Tampa Bay area, join the group. You will have a new appreciation of the gift of running and all it can bring into your life. Thanks Deb! 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 carolynmather@tds.net


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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS ALABAMA Sea Turtle Half Marathon /Sweetheart 5K Gulf Shores, AL – 2/15 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Jose Pulgarin 1:21:02. Masters – Chris Neal 1:28:23. Grandmasters –James Bonner 1:32:44. Senior Grandmasters – Randy Frith 1:44:26. 20-24 – Daniel Lovet Lovette 1:36:59, Kenneth Holley 1:38:44. 25-29 – Kel Murphy 1:24:18, David Anderson 1:32:26, Charles Hammonds 2:53:03. 30-34 – Kenny Pfeiffer 1:30:44, Benjamin Lamon 1:51:40, Jason Miller 2:03:29. 35-39 – Steven Odom 1:35:58, Jasan Weaver 1:37:37, Griffin Powell 1:38:32. 40-44 – Jr Tierney 1:29:41, Lane Gilbert 1:36:48, Chris Coleman 1:40:53. 45-49 – Bryan Johnson 1:33:22, Jeff Alvey 1:43:56, Paul Poling 2:09:49. 50-54 – Mike Hendrixson 1:33:39, Filippo Piazza 1:36:58, Danny Bryant 1:57:31. 55-59 – John Passwater 1:37:27, Jeff Vail 1:52:57, Pete Bruno 1:54:40. 60-64 – Bill Weese 1:54:32, Rick Kucinski 2:03:18, Richard Rowland 2:03:36. 65-69 – Robert Hardin 1:57:06, Vern Lefler 2:07:02. 70-74 – Gene Menor 2:35:36. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Michele Williams 1:38:15./ Masters – Paula Piazza 1:40:06. Grandmasters – Suzanne Terhune 1:57:27. Senior Grandmasters – Avis James 2:19:58. 20-24 – Elizabeth Bonner 2:02:40, Nichole Docarmo 2:32:51, Amber Hammonds 2:53:03. 25-29 – Letitia Ittig 2:39:40, Abby Rea 2:50:54. 30-34 – Leah Hoffherr 1:43:56, Shannon Knight 1:44:04, Lindsey Brereton 1:44:07. 35-39 – Karla MacGregor 1:45:55, Paula Carter 1:51:13, Melissa Auld 1:51:36. 40-44 – Tara Monti 2:06:40, Stephanie Thornhill 2:12:15, Sandra Smith 2:12:31. 45-49 – Tamara Adams 2:10:09, Vivian Moen 2:36:19. 50-54 – Priscilla Anderson 2:14:33, Teri Perez 2:20:06. 55-59 –Monie Russo 2:55:35. Male, 5K: Overall – Brendan Keleman 18:31. Masters – Mike O’Brien 20:19. Grandmasters – Tim Lee 20:48. Senior Grandmasters – Phillip Wedgeworth 22:05. 10-under – Robert Rucando 25:37, Tyler Stevenson 25:51, Kyle Mullen 29:42. 11-14 – Christian Brothers 22:24, John Jarosinski 23:47, Coby Hallex 25:33. 15-19 – John Michael Gory 18:47, Jake Mullen 19:44, Connor Weeks 23:29. 20-24 – Edmond Davalos 26:48, Jonathan Allred 33:11. 25-29 – Mike Farinelli 24:08, Brent Gholson 25:43, Michael Alexander 26:30. 30-34 – Jeff Stokes 24:16, Jeremy Hudson 26:35, Matthew Rohland 27:39. 35-39 – Alastair Stevenson 20:06, Randy Root 20:42, Matt Pugh 23:37. 40-44 – Michael Kohler

21:11, Adam Brothers 22:28, Curtis Weeks 24:54. 45-49 – Brian Harsany 28:00, Ernest Flowers 28:22, Glenn Welch 28:33. 50-54 – John Wright 23:32, Edward Pratt 25:46, Randy Lake 26:06. 55-59 – Gary Bokros 28:07, Richard Leonard 28:31, Mike Pate 31:46. 60-64 – Scott Cooling 22:58, Gary House 23:35, Yona Harvell 25:38. 65-69 – Don Arner 25:24, Charles Buchanan 29:17, Jake Czapjewski 30:44. 70-74 – John Jarosinski 23:47, Curt Evans 30:41, Len Bryson 35:41. 80-over – George Freeman 34:54, Killer Kowalski 35:31, Leon Malone 41:21. Female, 5K: Overall – Amanda Root 21:38. Masters – Wendy Ellis 24:30. Grandmasters –Susan Newkirk 24:48. Senior Grandmasters – Leslie Stanaway 25:51. 10-under – Emily Watson 31:54, Sophia Heany 32:47, Kaitlyn Lane Hoff 33:08. 11-14 – Ashlyn Bankston 27:01, Hannah Owens 28:08, Courtney Lillie 38:08. 15-19 – Holly Blair 26:31, Katheryn Lapusnak 27:25, Olivia Offanello 27:46. 20-24 – Elaine Barreras 24:10, Anna Bonner 27:23, Corrie Eyer 30:54. 25-29 – Michelle Coyne 21:42, Hayley Valgardson 25:07, Ashley Pluta 26:55. 30-34 – Meredith Broyles 25:34, Jenn Baumeister 27:49, Christy Hudson 29:32. 35-39 – Diana Cole 23:42, Heather Hunt 28:02, Tonya Lynn 28:16. 40-44 – Gena Hayes 25:27, Cindy Brown 26:22, Weezie Hester 26:59. 45-49 – Margaret Perreault 27:50, Kim Rosencrans 30:39, Amy Hendricks 31:39. 50-54 – Donna McElderry 29:25, Betsy Wooten 29:26, Susan Hendrixson 29:31. 55-59 – Ali Gerold 25:59, Deb Hebert 26:02, Susan Fechner 29:36. 60-64 – Barbara House 27:46, Paulette Cooling 28:10, Janet Briggs 28:34. 6569 – Sue Frith 28:51, Paula Odefey 29:26, Andrea Holt 37:50. 70-74 – Judy Turner 42:03. 75-79 – Rena Keane 45:40.

Mercedes Marathon/Half marathon Birmingham, AL – 2/16 Male, Marathon: Overall – Mark Chepses 2:20:36, Matt Lemon 2:22:53, Jerry Faulkner 2:25:55, Arturs Bareikis 2:28:01, Ethan Coffey 2:29:44. Masters – Eric Langley 2:47:22. Grandmasters – James Bresette 2:56:30. U.S. Citizen – Lemon 2:22:53. Local finisher – Owen Bradley 2:37:10. 15-19 – Gatlin Holland 3:11:00, Matthew Leeds 3:28:13, Josh Ferguson 3:32:30. 20-24 – Ieden Leckenby 2:56:55, Ethan McIntosh 3:04:24, David Olsen 3:18:54. 25-29 – Jeffrey Shelley 2:58:31, Mason Wingard 2:59:18, Joseph Clack 3:00:20. 30-34 – Owen Bradley 2:36:58, Philip Latter 2:41:09, Patrick McTamney 2:50:06. 35-39 – Timothy Williams

2:58:20, John Neiman 2:58:59, Scott Beaulier 3:00:35. 40-44 – David Parks 3:00:43, Frank Holmes 3:12:56, Johnnie Luvavali 3:14:36. 4549 – Jeff Mescal 2:49:20, Tim Mosbacher 2:54:58, Keith Schlottman 2:57:37. 50-54 – Stacey Lemay 3:09:15, John Casterline 3:14:00, Joseph Gagnon 3:19:26. 55-59 – Bob Wilson 3:25:03, Ben Greene 3:28:19, William Calvert 3:36:08. 60-64 – Howard Bookey 3:29:05, John Kennedy 3:30:48, Robert Dorr 3:40:29. 65-69 – Edward Bates 3:43:16, Ronnie Wong 3:57:55, Marvin Hemphill 4:00:38. 70over – Michael Dunn 5:31:14, Jerry Harcrow 5:32:48, Charles Savage 5:56:51. Female, Marathon: Overall – Gisela Olalde 2:35:43, Rhiannon Johns 2:40:24, Camille Herron 2:42:16, Maura Lemon 2:46:07, Dani Steinbacher 2:55:02. Masters – Lucie Mays-Sulewski 2:58:32. Grandmasters – Terri Sullivan 3:32:57. U.S. Citizen – Camille Herron 2:42:16. Local finisher – Rhiannon Jones 2:40:24. 15-19 – Shannon Muratta 4:00:04, Rachael Ware 4:51:27, Haley Rasmusse 5:16:25. 20-24 – Kaitlin Thomas 3:34:20, Elizabeth Farry 3:41:04, M.C. Robertson 4:04:56. 25-29 – Mandi Hart 3:11:17, Claire Wallace 3:22:04, Ellie Dickson 3:24:06. 30-34 – Jenny Vance 2:58:49, Carrie Heidrich 3:01:28 Amy Diekmann 3:26:59. 35-39 – Kayla Haley 3:13:14, Ami Roach 3:19:47, Elizabeth Sloan 3:25:03. 40-44 – Rachel Arthur 3:08:23, Gina Krabbendam 3:10:27, Sandy Lynch 3:27:58. 45-49 – Cheri Fine 3:14:43, Anita Fuller 3:26:10, Arlene Nichols Saffian 3:39:43. 50-54 – Beth Anthony 3:48:44, Julie Wood 3:53:36, Wanda Shoemake 3:55:47. 55-59 – Brooke Nelson 3:43:06, Haeng Hee Baek 4:00:28, Kaye Rodriquez 4:24:48. 60-64 – Karen Slattery 4:26:15, Pat Johnson 5:21:27, Barbara Tyler 5:39:20. 65-69 – Lynne Deshazo 6:03:00. Male, Half marathon: Overall – Robert Scribner 1:05:38, Evan Gaynor 1:05:44, Makorabondo Salukombo 1:05:56. Masters – Tim Vinson 1:18:41. Grandmasters – Duane Ricketts 1:23:34. U.S Citizen – Scribner 1:05:38. Local finisher – Jeremy Moujoodi 1:09:29. 14-under – Luke Baylis 1:56:03, Lamont Hutto 1:56:14, Thomas Graham 1:58:48. 15-19 – Matthew Berman 1:25:29, Mark Gomez 1:25:31, Landon Delozier 1:26:18. 20-24 – Christopher Lemon 1:05:47, Kenneth Rayner 1:14:09, Dante Dorsey 1:21:57. 25-29 – Brandon York 1:06:23, Daniel Kirwa 1:06:56, Patrick Cheptoek 1:07:00. 30-34 – Ben Thacker 1:16:39, Chris Mahaffey 1:18:44, John Niederhaus 1:22:54. 35-39 – Josh Whitehead 1:09:09, Thomas McElroy 1:15:26, Derek Champigny 1:23:12. 40-44 – Gary Dennis 1:19:54, Kenneth Wilson 1:21:27, Jonathan Bair 1:21:43. 45-49 – Jeff Olive 1:18:40, Jeff Perry 1:25:21, Bill Bizot 1:26:00. 50-54 – Steve Kester 1:24:15, David Brunner 1:25:37, Mark

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Gator Chase 5K Spanish Fort, AL – 2/22 Male, Overall – Derrick Rodgers 16:01. 7-under – Heinz Williams 35:08. 8-9 – Tyler Stevenson 27:02, Gavin Jerkins 31:44, Riley Morris 34:24. 10-12 – Owen Martin 22:19, Sean Clower 24:50, Noah Bauer 27:31. 13-14 – Cooper Sewell 19:47, Noah Brown 20:38, Ethan Steed 21:27. 15-18 –Keaton Orris 19:25, Seth Quimby 19:50, Logan Gardner 25:14. 19-24 – Jake Carrico 23:46, Joe Kahl 29:01, Austin Pittman 34:19. 25-29 – Andrew Har 26:22. 3039 – Alastair Stevenson 19:57, Michael Sham 20:19, Daniel Collier 21:09. 40-49 – Joey Bole 20:41, David Long 23:02, Kyle Taylor 24:46. 5059 – Mark Helton 24:51, Terry Wooley 25:19, Don Rose 25:48. 60-69 – Ron Mitchell 24:01,

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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 19 Jim Cunningham 25:37, Alton Phillips 27:03. 70-over – Bill Bowman 28:07, Bill Gardner 30:01. Female, Overall – Katie Nelson 20:08. 7-under – Cammie Waite 32:07, Jane Pritchett 36:34, Peyton Brown 39:24. 8-9 – Devon Bauer 34:56, Emma Parker 44:34, Jessica Barfield 44:34. 10-12 – Alyssa Steed 27:18, Rayan Grantham 29:23, Brooke Duplantier 29:23. 13-14 – Carissa Jones 22:18, Lily Morris 29:22, Savannah Chesser 35:56. 15-18 – Hannah Frain 20:55, Sarah Carrico 23:45. 19-24 – Heather Pittman 37:39, Rachle Boothe 45:27, Mollie Strickland 45:30. 25-29 – Allison Alexander 26:21, Lesley Hale 32:02, Kimberly Mundes 35:13. 30-39 – Laura Hons 22:48, Ashley Mayhew 26:36, Anne Van Wychen 28:21. 40-49 – Hayley Long 23:54, Victoria Creighton 25:25, Greta Sharp 26:50. 50-59 – Maureen Van Devender 24:01, Kathy Rogers 28:39, Ron Sewell 31:38. 60-69 – Lucille Willis 30:42, Anne Wall 34:11, Linda Smith 35:46.

Waite 29:43, Azalea Snell 30:17. 10-14 – Emily Douglas 21:07, Palmer Waechter 23:41, Alexis Drum 24:56. 15-19 – Tori Hafner 21:28, Isabel Perry 24:22, Ryan Haase 31:09. 20-24 – Erimn Cersley 20:06, Traci Evans 28:22, Ginny Grimes 28:56. 25-29 – Laruen Lemon 21:08, Mary Burnett 24:23, Hannah Simeneau 26:30. 30-34 – Kinsey Snell 20:22, Suzanne Sweetser 22:37, Elizabeth Burch 23:11. 35-39 – Karla MacGregor 22:18, Robyn Dumas 22:43, Kelly Steele 24:04. 40-44 – Rhonda Collings 21:32, Andra Bruce 21:35, Tammy Ford 21:44. 45-49 – Lynn Dekle 26:29, Diana Curd 27:22, Nikki McNew 28:30. 50-54 – Maureen Van Devender 24:07, Eva Burnett 24:42, Jan Finney 25:58. 5559 – Cathy Stauss 25:41, Debra Crisp 27:32, Laura Rodgers 27:37. 60-64 – Michelle Babin 26:27, Debbie Hilderbrandt 27:44, Carol Battles 29:25. 65-69 – Linda Grund 32:16, Irene Dennis 37:36, Barbara Ensminger 53:43. 70-74 – Peggy Black 32:14, Miriam Turner 36:05, Mary Goguen 43:07. 80-over – Pat Chambers 47:05. ––Will Wright

Joe Cain Classic 5K Mobile, AL – 3/2 Male, Overall – John Brigham 14:52, Robert Willett 15:11, Steven Mouton 18:15. Masters – Brad Roberts 19:03. Grandmasters – Larry Wayne 19:16. Senior Grandmasters – Bill Brady 23:23. 9-under – Andrew Moore 31:25, Adrian Moore 31:28, Percy Manders 33:07. 10-14 – Judson Taylor 20:50, Owen Martin 21:38, Micah Pahl 24:45. 15-19 – Greg Haase 22:12, Warren Reilly 22:47, Ross Ellison 23:25. 20-24 – Brian Evans 22:33, Santos Tamayac 24:20, Howard Stewart 26:02.25-29 – Lott Brighaw 19:16, Ruben Moreno 21:24, Derek Siebert 23:06. 30-34 – Jason Parlee 18:57, Mark Perniciaro 19:04. 35-39 – Jack Bishop 18:46, Spencer Allen 19:06, Keith Evans 19:47. 40-44 – Chris Lawson 19:33, Romulo Ayaviri 20:23, Jeffrey Hasty 20:35. 45-49 – Thomas Rich 21:46, Dan Cottrell 21:58, John Finley 22:15. 50-54 – Calvin Lewis 20:29, Jay Cornelius 21:28, Victor Birch 21:30. 55-59 – Paul Bergman 21:38, Ronnie Adams 23:57, Scott Schneider 26:30. 60-64 – Jim Hilderbrandt 23:34, Daniel O’Neill 25:00, Mark Babin 26:06. 65-69 – Ron Mitchell 23:36, Glenn Archer 24:59, Jim Cunningham 25:59. 70-74 – Kent John Brigham on way to winning the Joe Cain Classic 5K. Welsh 27:02, Bill Bowman 27:51, Paul Helminger 36:24. 75-79 – Will Wright 28:52, ARKANSAS Jim Hartman 49:42. Run the Line Half Marathon Female, Overall – Leann Guinn 18:17, Texarkana, AR – 2/16 Samantha Gardner 19:00, Amy Huff 19:56. Male, Overall – Mark Ferguson 1:16:05, Masters –Michele Williams 20:35. Chase Denson 1:22:01, Ron Mitchell 1:23:46. Grandmasters – Mary Trufant 22:38. Masters – Jason Barker 1:26:38, Russ Senior Grandmasters – Susann Pierce 25:52. 9-under – Isabella Barbour 27:47, Cammie Nelson 1:26:55, Adrian Mejia 1:28:43.

www.running.net Grandmasters – Keith Francis 1:31:15, Kim Howard 1:33:42, David McCormick 1:34:32. Senior Grandmasters – Ben Wiley 1:41:12, Chester Kennedy 1:42:28, Frank Bright 1:45:11. 19-under – Austin Lindsey 1:35:34, Landon Poore 1:41:22, Gideon Drake 1:45:05. 20-24 – Jason Herring 1:38:19, Chris Tatum 1:56:01, Matthew Cook 2:02:14. 25-29 – Eliot Evans 1:27:48, Andrew Canfield 1:28:41, Jason Phillippi 1:35:43. 30-34 – Phil Davison 1:26:09, Ricky Martinez 1:31:11, Wes McAfee 1:32:29. 35-39 – Jason Kibbee 1:28:24, Brooks Browning 1:30:44, Jason Montgomery 1:34:20. 40-44 – Rusty Russell 1:33:18, Tommy Austin 1:39:23, Jacob Wells 1:39:29. 45-49 – Jeff haynes 1:30:13, Eric Baker 1:35:40, Mark Lacey 1:41:08. 50-54 – John Wilp 1:34:46, William Mills 1:36:15, Dave Greer 1:40:15. 55-59 – Don Still 1:35:26, Tim Loizeaux 1:43:12, Jim Tadel 1:43:59. 60-64 – Tony Collins 1:47:48, Kirk Riley 2:05:40, Rick Franks 2:08:39. 65-69 – Joseph Kopecky 1:50:48, Don Brown 1:50:45, Paul Quinn 2:03:55. 70-74 – Milt Anderson 2:05:38, Glen Wile 2:13:44, David Reeder 2:23:58. 75-79 – David Terry 2:33:18. Female, Overall – Leah Thorvilson 1:19:42, Lacey Young 1:31:27, Sunnie Keller 1:34:21. Masters – Stacey Sewell 1:36:54, Tammy Helmick 1:40:02, Tammy Walther 1:41:57. Grandmasters – Laura Nanda 1:44:32, Kathy Stevens 1:45:23, Kathleen Rea 1:49:16. Senior Grandmasters – Jonette Anderson 1:58:05, Mary Jo Brinkman 2:10:43, Brenda Riley 2:12:51. 19-under – Lexie Mason 1:44:59, Elizabeth Gillette 1:48:25, Halah Nelson 1:48:58. 20-24 – Victor McLachlan 1:35:43, Sarah Pandiscio 1:36:36, Aimee Story 1:54:39. 25-29 – Nicole Hobbs 1:44:16, Charley Swann 1:45:46, Kathleen Buchanan 1:48:58. 30-34 – Corinna Soto 1:36:25, Jenny Wilkes 1:38:20, Lindy Self 1:43:44. 35-39 – Andrea Sieczkowski 1:35:13 Dayspring Conley 1:39:34, Jenny Paul 1:40:38. 40-44 – Beth Filla 1:49:18, Kristi Cobb 1:59:34, Krista Mosura 2:00:16. 45-49 – Mandy Bartholomew 1:50:48, Tina Coutu 1:50:53, Jodi Ake 1:52:52. 50-54 – Joyce Cates 1:50:17, Belinda Pack 1:56:10, Gayle Routt 1:56:16. 5559 – Bernita Lovelace 1:52:20, Olivia Griffin 1:58:30, Shelley Ryan Gray 2:01:37. 60-64 – Lynda Roady 2:17:15. 65-69 – Vicki Ingram 2:32:31, Barbara Bowen 2:58:40. ––David Samuel

Baldwin 16:37, 13-George Peterka 16:51, 14Jeremy Day 16:51, 15-Jeremy Rhea 16:54, 16Buck Harris 16:54, 17-Tina Ho 17:01, 18Jonathan Young 17:01, 19-Randy Windle 17:16, 20-Joshua Bornhorst 17:43, 21-Dat Le 17:46, 22-Rene Villallobos 17:52, 23-Cymber Gieringer 19:54. ––David Samuel

FLORIDA Publix Ft. Lauderdale A1A Marathon/Half marathon Ft. Lauderdale Beach, FL – 2/16

Male, Marathon: Overall – Janez Moroevic 2:41:18, Skyler Bakker 2:49:19, Bobby Niska 2:53:56. Masters – Dave Nevitt 2:57:52. 19-under – Selvin Reyes 3:00:02, Ryan Edwards 3:58:07, Chancellor Faloon 4:10:27. 20-24 – Robert Desch 2:59:47, Jerome Riou 3:00:57, Eduardo Carrasquillo 3:40:06. 25-29 – Richie Kelly 3:10:44, Adam Clifton 3:19:25, Tim Welch 3:20:37. 30-34 – Lief Gilsdorf 2:57:50, Nathan Brown 2:59:35, Christopher Gangnier 3:04:52. 35-39 – Todd Alfuth 2:58:18, Keith White 3:02:02, B.J. Sellers 3:03:52. 40-44 – Mitch Horton 3:11:00, Lawrence Want 3:10:43, Kevin Channer 3:10:58. 45-49 – Deukwoo Kwon 3:00:57, Dave Masterson 3:17:30, Justin Long 3:21:23. 50-54 – Jean-Louis Beaudonnet 3:06:21, H Kan Lius 3:16:14, Timothy Bauer 3:17:40. 55-59 – Steinar Skaar 3:14:00, Stephen Palmer 3:26:43, Thomas Keskey 3:32:44. 60-64 – Manoel Goncalves De Arauj 3:12:30, Andre Talbot 3:27:56, Marty Sudut 3:40:04. 65-69 – Kenneth Royster 3:52:19, Mark Wigler 3:54:08, Marion Hoffman 4:42:00. 70-74 – Edward Green 4:21:11, Roger Goulet 4:42:40, John Stirling 5:06:01. 75-over – Juergen Kuhlmey 5:11:34, August Leone 6:07:29, Edward Soderberg 7:10:46. Female, Marathon: Overall – Elina Junnila 2:51:27, Daniella Draughon 3:09:22, Carrie Pustilnik 3:09:59. Masters – Caryn Lubetsky 3:17:06. 19-under – Jenna Beatty 4:25:44. 20-24 – Brooke Bailey 3:52:42, Katie Johnson 3:54:55, Jessica Tullington 4:03:23. 25-29 – Fiona Carlon 3:14:11, Staci Heather 3:21:48, Jessica Crate 3:28:57. 30-34 – Melissa Press 3:19:42, Anita Shankar 3:27:14, Heather Hutton 3:38:35. 35-39 – Christina Rooney 3:18:29, Helen McKenzie 3:23:27, Amy Flood 3:28:52. 40-44 – Lake Ouachita Vista Trail 100K Shani Dempsey 3:35:50, Becky Nielsen 3:42:06, Abby Wilentz 3:41:41. 45-49 – Ulrike Lake Ouachita, AR – 2/22 Order of finish: 1-Max Frumes 12:04, 2- Vernachio 3:41:01, Emmanuelle Dudon Kelly Hutchins 12:07, 3-Alison Jumper 12:27, 3:54:09, Sunhwa Hong 3:55:18. 50-54 – Annie 4-Gerardo Ramirez 13:09, 5-Paul Schoenlaub Blanchard 3:37:04, Mimi Chaney 3:40:23, 13:56, 6-Mark DenHerder 14:04, 7-Greg Marie-Lise Maltais 3:46:02. 55-59 – Amy Yanni 3:43:14, Cindy Baumgarten 4:07:48, Kimberly Sisengrath 14:29, 8-Carol Ohear 14:40, 9Sack 4:17:53. 60-64 – Barbara WlochJames Holland 14:44, 10-David Hanenburg Wisznowska 4:23:40, Debbie Molina 4:51:12. 15:22, 11-Stacey Shaver 15:57, 12-Christopher CONTINUED ON PAGE 23


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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 22 65-69 – Vera Harris 5:39:37, Mary Anne McKenzie 7:08:18. Male, Half marathon: Overall – Soekeer Fajardo 1:15:10, Jason Bodnar 1:15:48, Marco Dessimone 1:16:56. Masters – John Reback 1:18:50. 19-under – Justin Yurchak 1:26:59, Kyle Heckman 1:31:42, Spaulding Basham 1:39:36. 20-24 – Bradley Eldred 1:18:59, John Pirrone 1:29:51, Avi Raden 1:38:49. 25-29 – Evan Dehart 1:21:26, Ryan Billings 1:21:48, Jason Richter 1:22:59. 30-34 – Tim Dietz 1:18:52, Marcus Dasilva 1:20:38, Jim Halley 1:20:46. 35-39 – Joe Perez 1:20:26, Eduardo Hernandez 1:22:14, Victor Lavinsky 1:22:31. 40-44 – David Villanucci 1:26:49, Clint Christensen 1:27:41, Martin Jacobs 1:28:05. 45-49 – Michael Brouillet 1:24:38, David Leclair 1:25:49, Farinas Cecilio 1:26:04. 50-54 – Sergio Torres 1:23:57, Don Gallagher 1:27:08, Tom Pinkerton 1:30:11. 55-59 – Tomas Bejarano 1:29:32, Russell Wogan 1:31:28, Louis Scampavia 1:32:28. 60-64 – Vp Pham 1:37:17, Gary Walk 1:39:07, Gustavo Schmidt 1:41:34. 65-69 – Ludwig Marat 1:39:03, Larry Starr 1:51:56, Art Castellano 1:54:47. 70-74 – Jorma Sahamies 2:02:39, Charlie Chi-Ho Lee 2:01:07, William Check 2:02:36. 75-over – Dale Ruth 2:00:57, Win Spears 2:26:09, Victor Rincon 2:29:23. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Maria Morales 1:22:39, Maria Lauretani 1:25:49, Katherine Carrington 1:26:52. Masters – Jennifer Bodnar 1:28:47. 19-under – Sarah Steinhardt 1:40:28, Marianna Obermeier 1:49:53, Hailey Valeriano 1:57:05. 20-24 – Megan Taylor 1:35:25, Lauren Ludka 1:36:14, Sarah McKee 1:40:50. 25-29 – Michelle Rafferty 1:32:45, Barbara Fronrath 1:34:09, Oriana Bafunno 1:34:28. 30-34 – Danielle Kleppan 1:31:46, Joanna Boyd 1:32:39, Wendy Guyker 1:36:15. 35-39 – Veronica Correale 1:27:47, Rachelle Ginsberg 1:28:10, Vivien Wollitz 1:31:35. 40-44 – Shelby Speno 1:29:07, Bonnie Barr 1:32:05, Denise Peterson 1:33:36. 45-49 – Diane Calloway 1:39:26, Kim Wolman 1:39:35, Kimberly Loucks 1:42:41. 50-54 – Denise Kaufman 1:36:18, Fiona Bell 1:36:39, Marina Piattella 1:37:41. 55-59 – Anniebee Stemer 1:46:51, Rebecca Miller 1:50:58, Patricia Garone 1:50:10. 60-64 – Sheila Nicholas 1:56:06, Linda Dickens 1:56:02, Michele Chattaway 1:59:32. 65-69 – Lee McLaughlin 2:08:48, Suzanne Richards 2:28:39, Deborah Tatarsky 2:31:06. 70-74 – Carol Leavitt Schultz 2:47:18, Faye Goldin 2:53:41, Connie Millard 3:47:17. 75over – Alice Lehmann 3:25:08. Male, 5K: Overall – Jeff Smart 18:48, Geoff Howles 19:05, Dave Nevitt 19:22. Masters – Gerardo Castilo 19:34.

14-under – Jacob Weiner 24:45, Andy Mangano 24:47, Nichola Aveiga 27:18. 15-19 – Daniel Garcia 26:56, Jacob Olinick 31:23, Joseph Delgado 32:02. 20-24 – Jonathan Maano 22:00, Ian Somerville 22:12, Javier Pino 23:12. 25-29 – Ben Heller 19:36, Kevin Mason 20:47, Boris Mayzlin 21:16. 30-34 – Antony Owen 19:45, Otis Sanders 20:34, Jeff Holcomb 20:37. 35-39 – Ed Ferrer 20:36, Eric Hengge 23:29, Matt Reibel 23:43. 40-44 – Tom Bratt 20:59, Orlando Diaz 21:32, Stephen Greenhalgh 21:59. 45-49 – Walton Allan 19:58, Pedro D’Armas 22:57, Scott Olinick 23:09. 50-54 – Ted Romero 19:57, Antonio Barrientos 21:11, Fredy Dinardi 22:14. 55-59 – Mike Jones 21:06, John House 21:43, James Poh 23:22. 60-64 – Manoel Araujo 19:28, Edward Uribe 21:43, Victor Vasquez 22:45. 65-69 – Joao Vasconcellos 26:15, Charlie Davies 28:03, Raul Diaz Paiva 28:44. 70-74 – William Worley 27:17, John Gibbons 28:36, Marc Sheridan 28:47. 75-over – Michael Goldman 29:08, Herbert Persky 44:54, Bob Burnside 1:04:37. Female, Overall – Aimee Fransen 18:33, Elina Junnila 18:52, Stephanie Zottoli 19:44. Masters – Annie Brennan-Smith 22:30. 14-under – Rylee Pustilnik 23:14, Aimee Becker 26:00, Isabella Proano 29:07. 15-19 – Alanna Wildman 27:31, Brenda Castellano 28:23, Samantha Olinick 31:50. 20-24 – Natasha Llanes 23:03, Vanessa Elguera 24:29, Jeanniffer Teemal 25:12. 25-29 – Natalie Jones 21:04, Courtney Premer 22:00, Evelyn Darbut 22:32. 30-34 – Nikol Strother 19:50, Alejandra Simon 23:39, Tracy Harmon 24:31. 35-39 – Leandra Bates 21:12, Megan Freenane 21:42, Alana Miller 22:27. 40-44 – Marsha Feldman 25:42, Jewels Hall 25:58, Leanne Johnstone 27:28. 45-49 – Kate Gorman 22:31, Louise Hooper 25:18, Michele Hooper 25:19. 50-54 – Kathy Thompson 26:49, June Piscitelli 28:14, Joyce Fenhaus 27:55. 55-59 – Donna May 24:31, Cynthia Raes-Barnard 26:30, Carol Blakely 28:33. 60-64 – Pam Richardson 28:31, Pamela Roberts 30:30, Carmen Medina 32:24. 65-69 – Ginette Dubois 39:06, Judith Werr 39:09, Diana Eustice 39:54. 70-74 – Beverly Anderson 1:07:29.

Johnson 1:28:16. 40-44 – Kenyon Congdon 1:24:34, Neil Clements 1:25:40, Russell Acker 1:30:22. 45-49 – Doug Wheeler 1:28:16, Peyton Godwin 1:31:02, John Dodd 1:32:09. 50-54 – Todd Graff 1:28:52, John Bradley 1:30:55, Michael Genereaux 1:31:24. 55-59 – Sal Hernandez 1:27:30, Scott Gaye 1:31:42, Jim Mustante 1:34:47. 60-64 – Gary Grierson 1:34:54, Dennis Kroskey 1:46:01, Rj Simms 1:46:08. 65-69 – Marcos Cabrera 1:43:08, Michael Kent 1:45:06, Aaron Yona 1:49:41. 70over – Bob Champagne 1:46:04, Bob Eady 2:02:58, Ken Holley 2:03:33. Female, Overall – Heather Schulz 1:25:37, Elizabeth Dollas 1:29:28, Nancy Schubring 1:32:47. 19-under – Paige Ward 1:37:54, Becca Peterson 1:40:51, Kelsey Grost 1:44:40. 20-24 – Caitlin Millich 1:50:24, Jamie Pepe 1:50:37, Emily Nash 1:51:45. 25-29 – Leah Derringer 1:34:56, Tiffany Daniels 1:37:44, Alison Butler 1:38:57. 30-34 – Christina Simpson 1:41:23, Brooke Brockman 1:43:26, Theresa Cordonier 1:44:35. 35-39 –Maria Sherwell 1:36:53, Joni Gordstein 1:46:37, Jennifer Blankshein 1:48:40. 40-44 – Jenny Sparks 1:38:10, Felicity Cunningham 1:43:13, Angelika Grubel 1:43:27. 45-49 – Kathy Fast 1:39:52, Sheila Sullivan 1:41:46, Audrey Foley 1:42:18. 50-54 – Janet Roberts 1:36:31, Deanna Medvidofsky 1:41:17, Donna Elder 1:47:05. 55-59 – Brenda Wilson 1:38:15, Darla Bennett 1:40:07, Michele Preisser 1:42:45. 60-64 – Kathleen Doughney 1:45:51, Susie Simms 1:48:02, Kathryn Campbell 2:11:31. 65-69 – Pat Kohli 1:50:23, Irene Robinson 2:06:19, Nancy Harshbarger 2:07:09. 70-over – Sarah Shire 2:32:47, Darlene Wood 2:42:42, Sally Davis 2:43:23

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Male, Marathon: Overall – Abraham Kogo 2:33:48, Christopher Cacciapaglia 2:33:52, Bobby Hensley 2:41:49, Orinthal Striggles 2:47:55, Cole Bataille 2:49:18. Masters – Jacinto Fernandez 2:57:25, Bojan Maric 3:01:28, Edward Russell 3:03:09. 19-under – Jason Mast 4:18:47. 20-24 – Johannes Van Overbeek 4:10:24, Jeremy Graham 4:51:16, Austin Garland 4:54:47. 25-29 Daytona Half Marathon – Leonel Sanchez 2:51:55, David Bucklin Daytona, FL – 2/16 3:02:54, Kellam Bartley 3:26:30. 30-34 – Ferit Male, Overall – Jose Diaz 1:14:55, Josh Toska 3:02:11, Christopher Raye 3:03:47, Guerrero 1:15:53, Jordan Turner 1:16:16. Hutson Rapier 3:04:43. 35-39 – Stephen 19-under – Nicholas Bandel 1:19:00, Jacks Lawrence 3:04:20, Shawn Webber 3:28:38, Beattie 1:24:08, Brandon Turbush 1:30:13. 20- Gregory Gates 3:39:16. 40-44 – Laurent 24 – Malachi Henry 1:24:39, Chris Anderson Angibaud 3:08:42, Greg Short 3:14:55, Ken 1:31:08, Carlos Melendez 1:31:53. 25-29 – Banks 3:16:10. 45-49 – Kevin Hooper 4:02:45, Tomoaki Yoshida 1:28:12, David Morden Darin Acosta 4:12:36, Joe Hartley 4:19:57. 501:30:31, David Jacobs 1:32:10. 30-34 – Chris 54 – Joseph Gibbons 3:37:20, Steven Ramsey 1:19:41, Michael Prince 1:28:55, Troy Lachnicht 3:39:41, John Turley 4:07:44. 55-59 Railsback 1:29:44. 35-39 – Sean Seavers – Scott Ludwig 3:55:21, Dave Dunn 4:04:31, 1:25:48, Franklin Grinstead 1:26:20, Jimmie Sergei Zolotukhin 4:19:56. 60-64 – Gary

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Schultz 3:41:39, Rob Faw 3:57:41, Jerry Jenkins 4:34:57. 65-69 – Rick Karampatsos 4:47:04, John Wallace 5:08:22, Giles Williams 5:25:34. 70-over – Harry Hoffman 5:25:33, Paul Milo 5:57:16, Jim Simpson 6:02:50. Female, Marathon: Overall – Mallory Kennedy 3:02:35, Alla Kammerdiner 3:22:10, Emily Mallalieu 3:27:05, Amanda Poppleton 3:32:02, Jamie Saunders 3:35:06. Masters – Nina Helm 3:39:50, Michelle Richards 3:41:17, Jenny McElroy 3:41:40. 19-under – Alexa Grooms 4:03:56. 20-24 – Lindsay Raub 4:14:08, Shannen Sigman 4:26:03, Katie Callaghan 4:42:46. 25-29 – Alexandra Best 4:15:24, Michelle Yett 4:35:13, Sarah Whitfield 4:47:01. 30-34 – Kelly Shaer 3:45:16, Kimberly Haven-Peterson 3:47:26, Colleen Butler 3:57:15. 35-39 – Christina Smy 3:42:10, Wendy Siemers 4:03:00, Rachel Watson 4:53:11. 40-44 – Nancy Lay 4:04:01, Sheila Fabrizio 4:14:19, Hera Cole 4:50:09. 4549 – Shellie Berkelhammer 3:52:47, Jennifer Shafer 4:01:20, Janine Sherman 4:18:15. 50-54 – Regina Roper 4:40:43, Jodie McGregor 6:05:35. 55-59 – Claudia Smith 3:43:09. 65-69 – Bettie Wailes 6:02:51. Male, Half marathon: Overall – Philip Lagat1:09:48, John Njoroge 1:10:02, Mike Hensley 1:13:35, Luke Jeske 1:17:50, Christian Monsanto 1:18:26. Masters – Joseph Tonner 1:26:14, Gregg Falk 1:31:27, Randy Settle 1:32:55. 15-under – Mason Gollwitzer 1:43:17, Jonathan Simons 2:03:41, Antonio Bongiovanni 2:40:57. 16-19 –Andrew Ward 1:22:28, Evan Amstutz 1:40:21, Christopher Whitson 1:42:56. 20-24 – Patrick Maher 1:21:04, Ryan Harris 1:23:01, Clayton Cozzan 1:25:06. 25-29 – Michael Meier 1:21:30, Benjamin Srivastava 1:26:04, Thomas Wicks 1:29:01. 30-34 – Stephen Carr 1:30:15, Francisco Jimenez 1:34:56, Art Waters 1:36:05. 35-39 – Jeff Armstrong 1:28:33, Cole Smith 1:29:08, Eric Castaldo 1:31:29. 40-44 – Salvador Gezan 1:35:50, Ryan Saylor 1:36:58, Paul Caspersen 1:37:57. 45-49 – Charles Sweeney 1:35:21, Rick Welch 1:36:01, Andy Aziz 1:39:25. 50-54 – Ken Vogel 1:34:47, Julius Gylys 1:37:09, James Morgan 1:39:33. 55-59 – John Sansalone 1:34:44, Bill Merolle 1:44:57, Tim Treweek 1:47:26. 60-64 – John Spataro 1:40:58, Westley Reeves 1:45:23, Bill Page 1:52:52. 65-69 – Steven Detweiler 1:41:46, David Jolly 1:52:04, Edward Prince 2:04:03. 70-over – Brian Cooke 1:38:11, James Salvo 1:52:18, Joe Revelli 1:56:17. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Lyubov Denisova 1:23:12, Irina Alexandrova 1:23:13, Alisa Meier 1:25:28, Anna Elise Creamer 1:29:20, Maite Moscoso 1:30:59. Masters – Colleen Ryan 1:33:15, Elisabeth Diamond 1:42:19, Kathleen Grupp 1:42:21. 15-under – Kara Senn 1:53:18, Jennifer Law

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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23 1:53:41, Alexis Lugo 1:57:37. 16-19 – Kayla Wilson 1:36:10, Dani Young 1:44:19, Alex Bramlage 1:48:40. 20-24 – Alexandra Stanojev 1:33:57, Alexandra North 1:39:38, Morgan Keppel 1:41:33. 25-29 – Eva George 1:36:40, Michelle Garcia 1:45:10, Jamie Zivich 1:48:40. 30-34 – Tiffany Bellucci 1:31:15, Erika Telfer 1:38:44, Anna Lane 1:43:23. 35-39 – Sandy Flory 1:42:12, Kristen Bryant 1:48:34, Amy Hester 1:52:58. 40-44 – Katie Harris 1:50:56, Tscharna Senn 1:53:18, Holly Bennett 1:53:53. 45-49 – Carla Burkley 1:45:11, Lynn FransonGodfrey 1:48:00, Karen Harbaugh 1:51:18. 5054 – Shauna Dixon 1:45:51, Brenda Chalfin 1:46:26, Cindi Goodson 2:02:28. 55-59 – Peggy Beland 2:00:47, Chrissy Edwards 2:02:23, Sande Mjuir 2:05:14. 60-64 – Diane Miller 1:55:06, Patricia Dertien 2:05:09, Peggy Wise 2:13:36. 65-69 – Theresa Slifer 2:27:51, Patricia Wynne 2:31:00, Jean Welch Welch 2:33:56. 70-over – Adriana Goettelmann 2:30:55, Marjorie Crago 2:54:41, Tiffany Laporta 3:13:16.

Gasparilla Distance Classic Half Marathon /15K/8K/5K Tampa, FL – 2/22-2/23 Male, Half marathon: Overall – Ryan Vail 1:04:06, Abdi Abdirahman 1:04:19, Bobby Curtis 1:04:26, Jeff Eggleston 1:04:45, Fernando Cabada 1:05:38. 10-under – William Stone 1:41:07, Jacob Phelan 2:40:10. 11-14 –Marcel Sanchez 1:36:04, Jozef Cruz 1:49:54, Luke Valadie 1:54:53. 15-19 – Michael Babinec 1:12:56, Jonathan Campbell 1:20:37, Trevor Quandt 1:23:01. 20-24 – Tony Migliozzi 1:10:03, Brandon Hough 1:16:41, Deion Cossio 1:17:39. 25-29 – Vail 1:04:06, Curtis 1:04:26, Eggleston 1:04:45. 30-34 – Cabada 1:05:38, Ben Payne 1:07:58, Patrick Rizzo 1:09:45. 35-39 – Abdirahman 1:04:19, Tommy Brown 1:21:12, Pedro Meraz 1:22:13. 40-44 – Joshua Rayman 1:16:36, Daniel Clark 1:17:27, Rick Weigel 1:24:48. 45-49 – Simon Tim 1:28:59, David Moorehouse 1:31:31, Mike Conti 1:31:56. 5054 – Dan Skarda 1:27:26, Lyle Jacon 1:31:43, Douglas White 1:32:39. 55-59 – Paul Keating 1:34:10, David Lehosit 1:38:40, Chris Pederson 1:39:40. 60-64 – Steven Byrne 1:38:10, Tom Perona 1:41:21, Gary Sterber 1:43:52. 65-69 – Wayne Bromfield 1:43:24, Raymond Bell 1:47:50, Richard Olitsky 1:49:31. 70-74 – Don Owens 1:56:26, Tom Kirkwood 2:05:09, Charles Monahan 2:12:09. 75-79 – Duncan Mounsey 2:19:56, David Lightfoot 2:24:01, Bruno Migliorini 2:30:06. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Erika Medina 1:15:01, Lindsey Scherf 1:13:08, Adriana Nelson 1:13:26, Jennifer Rhines

1:14:39, Mattie Suver 1:15:18. 10-under – Phoy Holt 2:50:16. 11-14 – Jillian Felton 1:48:45, Savannah Bass 2:00:34, Anne-Sophie Sicotte 2:28:39. 15-19 – Samantha Barglof 1:45:56, Rachel Magerman 1:47:24, Maggie Tulin 1:47:25. 20-24 – Ky Kastes 1:33:42, Mandy Paez 1:40:04, Caroline Berg 1:41:52. 25-29 – Scherf 1:13:08, Suver 1:15:18, Sara Petrick 1:21:37. 30-34 – Nelson 1:13:26, Tera Moody 1:16:12, Carolin Bierbaum 1:17:30. 35-39 – Medina 1:09:26, Rhines 1:14:39, Wendy Thomas 1:17:04. 40-44 – Lisa Buohler 1:29:10, Anderson Wakelield 1:32:57, Kirsten Hite 1:40:45. 45-49 – Terri Rejimbal 1:25:45, Jan Burger 1:36:50, Katherine Leahy 1:40:45. 50-54 – Ann Johnston 1:37:10, Beth Bryan 1:40:13, Anne Murphy 1:40:53. 55-59 – Gail Norman 1:42:37, Cary Inderbitzin 1:48:26, Amy Yanni 1:43:57. 60-64 – Rhonda Fosser 1:51:22, Joan Nelson 1:54:45, Karen Alexeev 1:55:18. 65-69 – Arlene Coulter 2:01:46, Millie Hamilton 2:15:17, Ruth Graff 2:19:24. 70-74 – Mary Hall 2:46:20, Faye Goldin 2:59:20, Patricia Rice 3:18:35. 75-79 – Carol Westerman 3:08:43, Ellen Stichter 3:19:15. 80-84 – Mary Kay Rachwalski 3:20:35. Male, 15K: Overall – Jonathan Mott 48:44, Rafal Matuszczak 49:06, Michael Poole 51:10, RJ Dorazil 51:16, Kevin Collmar 51:43. 10-under – Thomas Karbowski 1:29:28, Jorge Castillo 1:30:06, Jack Plouf 2:10:31. 1114 – Preston Dunn 1:00:40, Nicholas Hearing 1:19:11, Zack Parsons 1:23:40. 15-19 – Matuszczak 49:06, Matthew McFall 55:53, Hunter McCann 56:41. 20-24 – Poole 51:10, Collmar 51:43, Kyler Long 52:35. 25-29 – Mott 48:44, James Osborne 52:58, Tommy Brown 53:44. 30-34 – Dorazil 51:16, Cody Angell 53:34, John Robida 54:13. 35-39 – Bryan Dunker 57:16, Steven Bothe 57:36, Kostyantyn Surkov 57:52. 40-44 – Andrew Chandler 51:59, Larry Smart 53:49, Chris Petrock 57:13. 45-49 – Gene Mitchell 53:56, Brian Scott 58:42, John Macedo 1:00:14. 50-54 – Tom Grantonic 58:21, L. Michael Weiss 59:52, Lonnie Matsuno 1:00:21. 55-59 – Bobby Paston 58:45, Mark Hawkins 1:00:45, Mark Fry 1:04:07. 60-64 – Donald Crowe 57:32, Mike Slonaker 1:01:55, Wayne Jolley 1:07:43. 65-69 – Albert Wieringa 1:02:47, John Jerome 1:10:20, Rudy Gasparell 1:17:05. 70-74 – Franco Saraceno 1:14:35, Jerry Bergman 1:18:13, Ed Goff 1:28:53. 75-79 – Joe Burgasser 1:10:40, William Riley 1:11:11, Donald Moore 1:33:53. 80-84 – Jack Taylor 1:32:07, Franklin Van Aken 1:53:01, Larry Yost 2:07:41. Female, 15K: Overall – Sara Petrick 55:49, Carly Thomas 57:26, Heather Butcher 58:29, Ashley Erwine 58:36, Kaitlyn Kelly 58:39. 10-under – Stefanie Hernandez 1:53:11. 1114 –Henriqueta Quissossgo 1:12:54, Kaley Boethig 1:22:14, Lexi Antolino 1:26:38. 15-19 –

www.running.net Thomas 57:26, Kelly 58:39, Chanelle Brodie 1:01:50. 20-24 – Erwine 58:36, Teresa Riston 59:44, Adrienne Curtis 1:03:09. 25-29 – Petrick 55:49, Kristen Tenaglia 58:52, Rebecca Howarth 1:00:45. 30-34 – Jacki Wachtel 59:04, Mary Beth Layfield 1:04:13, Jessica Davis 1:04:27. 35-39 – Heather Schulz 59:31, Kristine Claffie 1:01:45, Lisa Castelein 1:02:44. 40-44 – Butcher 58:28, Rachel Lee1:01:24, Cindy Hazel 1:05:50. 45-49 – Lois Waite 1:03:07, Donna Silver 1:07:20, Kelly Scharf 1:07:29. 50-54 – Aly Nussear 1:07:52, Susie Green 1:08:46, Paulette Clanahan 1:12:21. 55-59 – Debora Swinford 1:04:10, Helen Lavoie 1:11:42, Bess Anderson 1:12:17. 60-64 – Peg Elmer 1:19:48, Dianna Campbell 1:20:51, Karen Alexeev 1:20:21. 65-69 – Diane Stoneking 1:23:00, Virginia Simonich 1:29:39, Danuta Kubelik 1:28:50. 70-74 – Sandy Guenzel 1:40:11, Esther Van Duzee 1:49:59, Judy McGrath 1:47:51. 75-79 – Dixie Zacherl 2:02:17, Eleanor Candy 2:21:10. 85-89 – Judith Baizan 2:27:19. Male, 8K: Overall – Jake Riley 23:34, Ethan Shaw 24:15, Jon Noland 25:52, Nat Glackin 28:09, Eric Hall 28:42. 10-under – Braden Mitchell 37:02, Theo Lorenzen 42:10, Gavin Henley 42:20. 11-14 – Preston Dunn 31:25, Ben Miller 34:05, Daniel Tressler 35:30. 15-19 – Tyler Blackburn 30:21, DJ Swartz 30:30, Justin Waters 30:49. 20-24 – Shaw 24:15, Tim Price 30:43, Timothy Poper 33:16. 25-29 – Riley 23:34, Brian Heisler 28:52, Kyle Donovan 29:20. 30-34 – Glackin 28:09, Brian Lewis 29:10, John Robida 30:34. 35-39 – Jon Noland 25:52, Eric Hall 28:42, Steven Bothe 30:21. 40-44 – Robert Hyde 31:32, Greg Short 31:55, Lauro Luna 31:56. 45-49 – David Picciano 29:23, Dror Vakrin 30:01, Brian Cruickshank 30:16. 50-54 – Jeffrey Lander 35:50, David Cruz 36:10, Chris Knight 36:46. 55-59 – Bobby Paxton 30:36, Mark Hawkins 31:19, Casey Chandler 31:39. 60-64 – Michael Coyne 32:42, Vincent Cafferty 35:45, Michael Hall 38:31. 65-69 – Jorge Gonzalez 38:30, Gar Flisek 38:34, Ed Brand 39:07. 70-74 – Silky Sullivan 40:24, Rick Hatzlhoffer 41:25, Rick Alence 49:35.75-79 – Mike O’Hara 49:45, Harold Smith 51:24, Bruno Migliorini 1:00:07. Female, 8K: Overall – Beth Lukens 32:25, Sylvie Chouinard 32:45, Alicia McLean 32:53, Stephanie Ewert 33:52, Kristine Claffie 34:30. 10-under – Jillian Boekeloo 50:08, Michele Phelps 56:38, Samantha Henley 59:02. 11-14 – Rachel Cryster 38:40, Sofia Cardenas 49:54, Charli Young 51:41. 15-19 – Sarah Harley 34:48, Caroline Brown 39:04, Emily Bohan 39:11. 20-24 – McLean 32:53, Christine Johnston 34:36, Monique Konstantinovic 36:44. 25-29 – Kelly Woodbury 37:30, Kimberly Koves 37:41, Amanda Chubb 38:22. 30-34 – Lukens 32:25, Ewert 33:52, Heather Dambrosi 37:38. 35-39 – Chouinard 32:45, Claffie 34:30, Megan Kinne 37:36. 40-44 – Rae Ann Darling Reed 34:51, Lisa Vaile 35:17, Lori

Wilson 35:57. 45-49 – Cynthia Spidell 37:24, Betsy Butler 39:31, Dee Dekeyser 40:43. 50-54 – Susan Delisle 37:55, Kathleen Robinson 39:18, Theresa Bruno 40:04. 55-59 – Amy Yanni 39:37, Catherine Morningstar 40:33, Cary Inderbitzin 40:35. 60-64 – Claudia Scott 45:09, Anita Allen 45:28, Mary Chapline 48:16. 65-69 – Barbara Ann Morissey 52:05, Shirley Wheeler 56:37, Susan Baker 56:57. 70-74 – Carol Berends 51:03, Nina Roudebush 52:59, Gail Emerson 1:02:14. 75-79- Velma Radloff 1:12:12, , Audrey Smith 1:12:58, Geri Rozelsky 1:28:46. Male, 5K: Overall – Alexander Main 15:37, Jake Poore 16:08, Alex Hubartt 16:14, Bryan Wesley Reynolds 16:22, Dylan Sadowsky 16:54. 10-under – Paul Surkov 22:46, Michael Alvarez 22:58, Matthew Moses 24:33. 11-14 – Alejandro Michel 17:57, Daniel Tressler 20:46, Zach Jones 21:16. 15-19 – Poore 16:08, Sadowsky 16:54, Leonel Ochoa 17:07. 20-24 – Main 15:37, Hubartt 16:14, Reynolds 16:22. 25-29 – Averett Tinsley 18:12, Clinton Walters 18:37, Michael Rivera 18:35. 30-34 – Nat Glackin 17:17, John Robida 17:58, Andrew Mcswain 18:05. 35-39 – Pedro Meraz 17:31, Steven Both 17:53, Matthew Bertrand 18:39. 40-44 – Jay Chancellor 19:48, Gary Walker 19:55, Glen Watkins 20:33. 45-49 – Daniel Bergeson 17:15, Blair Burnett 17:34, Brian Cruickshank 18:25. 50-54 – Gregory Dodson 19:37, Rod Crowley 19:39, Johnny Blues 20:02. 55-59 – Joseph Ferraro 19:52, Dan Devlin 21:12, Mark Fry 22:42. 60-64 – Nelson Vila 19:24, Tom Perona 21:57, Glenn Greenslade 23:05. 65-69 – Frank Davis 21:06, Joseph Heffernan 23:24, Larry Wells 25:36. 7074 – Richard Wiles 23:07, Silky Sullivan 24:39, Rick Hatzlhoffer 25:14. 75-79 – Raymond Ostoski 27:57, Alejandro Herrera 30:35, Donald Hendry 33:18.80-84 – Joseph Conrad 35:10, Wayne Gilmore 39:46, Fred Power 43:23. 8589 – Emery Jewell 55:39, Paul Jackson 58:47. Female, 5K: Overall – Jess Butler 17:04, Bridget Blake 18:12, Christine Griggs 18:25, Jessica Forrester 18:33, Laura DiBella 18:43. 10-under – Arlie Rubin 22:18, Hartley Hill 25:11, Sienna Silvest 27:23. 11-14 – Josie Garba 20:25, Cierra Persaud 21:45, Victoria Stewart 22:58. 15-19 – Blake 18:12, Griggs 18:25, Jordan Grantonic 18:53. 20-24 – Butler 17:04, Erika Charlassler 18:58, Kailand Cosgrove 19:35. 25-29 – Forrester 18:33, Kate Hoyt 19:23, Pamela Simon 19:30. 30-34 – Jacki Wachtel 19:45, Chelsey Elliott 20:51, Tara Butler 21:20. 35-39 – DiBella 18:43, Kristine Claffie 20:25, Joy Baker 20:52. 40-44 – Wendi Hudson 20:30, Laurie Wisotsky 20:46, Kirsten Hite 22:37. 45-49 – Linda Rush 21:41, Cathy Forrester 23:25, Sue Kouwe 24:00. 50-54 – Donna Nessler 20:56, Karen Grantonic 21:41, Debbie MacDonald 23:05. 55-59 – Debora

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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 24 Swinford 20:29, Nancy Murphy 23:52, Cary Inderbitzin 25:31. 60-64 – Gretchen Wells 23:28, Rhonda Fosser 23:29, Nancy Jeffreys 26:03. 65-69 – Mary Wohler 28:13, Jackie Goodwin 30:30, Susan Mueller 29:38. 70-74 – Barbara Kotimaki 26:50, Carol Vanek 32:58, Brenda Hatala 34:39. 75-79 – Marina Hughes 40:43, Helen Rigby 46:47, Carline Richmond 46:44. 80-84 – Evelyn Stewart 24:52, Lois Gilmore 33:19, Mary Kay Rachwalski 38:51. 85-89 – Jackie Yost 1:00:41. 90-over – Betty Ashley 1:06:11.

Sombrero Beach Run 10K/5K Marathon, FL – 3/1 Male, 10K: Overall – Mark Aitken 40:03. Masters – Mike Bailey 41:53. Grandmasters – Michael McLaughlin 45:53. Senior Grandmasters – Charles Johnston 48:51. 10-14 – Connor Greene 47:53, Aydon Child 48:59, Logan Sipe 1:04:37. 15-19 – Jesse Wollangk 42:47, Kenneth Stokes 47:20, Thomas Fricke 1:09:04. 20-24 – Michael Janesh 41:05, Jonathan Tavarez 58:37. 25-29 – Gregory Krestyn 44:31, Colt Fairchild 46:49, Adrian Fisher 1:04:45. 30-34 – Bart Smith 45:07, Dylan Stafford 1:00:26, David Cardenas 1:01:35. 35-39 – Javier Reyes 44:08, James Kidney 44:50, Danny Price 49:00. 40-44 – Andrew Brownbill 42:19, Dave Hoffmann 48:52, Scott Stenger 56:05. 45-49 – Kevin McGinnis 46:29, Jeff Nettleton 53:28, Robert Barrios 1:10:43. 50-54 – Roger McVeigh 47:16, Richard Odendahl 53:45, Lad Akins 53:54. 5559 – Larry Wright 47:25, Lazaro Ledesma 48:13, Gregory Lynch 52:04. 60-64 – Bill Welzien 53:06, Dean Walters 1:41:58. 65-69 – Andy Forberg 55:58, Richard Breese 58:46. 7074 – Robert Elder 1:00:31, Wayne Landrum 1:13:01. Female, 10K: Overall – Natasha Yaremczuk 39:12. Masters – Lauri Grube 45:53. Grandmasters – Margaret Difilippo 49:03. Senior Grandmasters – Deborah Holtom 49:07. 10-14 – Nicole Matysik 44:07. 15-19 – Naomi Valerdi 55:25, Hadley Julian 1:09:04. 25-29 – Jessica Sheffield 46:49, Cullen Naumoff 47:07, Emily Speed 50:49. 30-34 – Danielle Morley 57:39, Jaclyn Kelley 58:41, Kimberly Matlock 59:22. 35-39 – Helena Bursa 41:22, Samantha Paterson 46:34, Jane Farrington 47:34. 40-44 – Betsy Langan 48:03, Monica Evans 48:46, Leslie Johnson 50:57. 4549 – Beckey Bright 55:47, Patricia Hintze 57:38, Pamela Smith 58:29. 50-54 – Dorsey Beard 55:11, Cindy McVeigh 55:57, Linda Szetoo 56:10. 55-59 –Marsha Deere 59:15, Dana Beal 1:01:35, Karen Wolfe 1:03:31. 60-64 – Gail

Marissa Bogue 24:49, Ivy Summers 25:54. 2024 – Taylor Hoover 27:43, Abby Deaver 30:30, Newton 1:03:32, Kathryn Rummery 1:07:09. Danielle Stolicker 33:48. 25-29 – Emily Speed Male, 5K: Overall – Joseph Difilippo 18:31. 24:01, Emily Kovass 25:09, Margaret Mente Masters – Jeff Stouch 20:32. 25:27. 30-34 – Emily Whalen 25:04, Lisa Grandmasters – Mike Bailey 20:56. Kendrick 27:36, Amanda Rossi 28:03. 35-39 – Senior Grandmasters – Michael McLaughlin Helena Bursa 20:55, Samantha Paterson 23:14, 22:21. Tisa Del Vale 26:22. 40-44 – Julie Hardman 9-under – Simon Gutierrez 23:48, Fisher 23:44, Monica Evans 24:06, Catherine Brock Sayer 26:51, Derre Talbot 27:33. 10-14 – Zane 25:58. 45-49 – Battina Garber 27:13, Wioleta Turbessi 23:21, Mason Baker 23:22, Aydon Wailgora 29:30, Judy Gamble 30:31. 50-54 – Child 24:46. 15-19 – Pablo Gonzalez-Quevedo Margaret Difilippo 25:15, Debbie Porras 27:34, 19:40, Collin Marrs 27:41, John O’Neill 30:22. Rose Janes 28:51. 55-59 – Vivian Demerchant 20-24 – Michael Janesh 20:20, Danny Valerdi 26:07, Barbara Battaglia 26:07, Marjie Marranto 22:42, Jonathan Tavarez 31:13. 25-29 – Colt 31:02. 60-64 – Margaret Perrotto 28:10, Patti Fairchild 24:50, Jeff Renchen 25:37, Nicholas Rasmer 33:19, Gail Newton 34:37. 65-69 – Allen 33:15. 30-34 – Mark Aitken 19:27, March Helga Rinneard 26:34, Linda Stephan 35:45, Greene 32:35, Juan Rodriguez 42:47. 35-39 – Linda Putman 53:37. 75-over – Ann Rawnsley James Kidney 22:03, Mark Floria 22:12, Chad 58:07. Farrington 22:55. 40-44 – Bradley Jasicki ––Don Nelson 22:24, Jerome Navarro 24:54, Miguel Araniva 25:31. 45-49 – Bradlee Farrin 23:10, Ben Elliott GEORGIA 26:24, Bob Albright 28:05. 50-54 – Joe Holland Augusta GRU Half Marathon 28:24, Andrew Engle 30:49, PaulSAviski 34:01. Augusta, GA – 2/23 55-59 – Reid Demerchant 24:47, Lazaro Male, Overall – Matthew Eyler 1:15:15, Brad Ledesma 24:58, Jim Puente 25:33. 60-64 – Bill Welzien 25:39, Steven McKeon 27:39, Gary Slavens 1:20:01, Bryan Loy 1:20:40. 15-under – Bryson Kotas 1:29:08, Oliver Mullranin 31:39. 65-69 – Bill Bender 29:28, Charlie Rasmer 35:05, Louis Vedros 35:22. 70- Huffman 1:34:57, Justin Hansen 1:43:00. 1674 – Adam Ross 27:42, Robert Warn 32:18. 75- 19 – Juwan Lamar 1:27:11, Matthew Bingham over – Roger Fisher 24:40, Steve Fuchs 33:52, 1:43:17, Joshua Epperson 1:43:18. 20-24 – David Deng 1:29:52, Lamar Watkins 1:31:30, George Rawnsley 50:37. Booker Regan 1:36:00. 25-29 – Matt Verley 1:20:52, Cam McCarthy 1:21:47, Travis Iles 1:26:25. 30-34 – Henry McLaughlin 1:23:31, Matthew Schneider 1:29:01, David Bell 1:29:54. 35-39 – Bradley Bandera 1:21:54, Clint Greene 1:31:29, Mel Springs 1:32:01. 40-44 – David Jones 1:26:47, Dikran Yapoujian 1:34:59, Mark Ristroph 1:35:35. 45-49 – Vic Baker 1:21:49, Bill Hunt 1:26:14, Scott Ballandce 1:30:36. 5054 – Greg Flach 1:30:44, Michael Grady 1:38:01, Phillip Payne 1:39:58. 55-59 – Gary Edwards 1:40:50, Kent Kronowski 1:43:28, Jon Lunn 1:47:14. 60-64 – Paul Whitt 1:55:21, Eugene Danner 1:58:34, Jerry Lynn 2:01:58. 65-69 – George Lawson 1:41:54, R. Clinton Webb 1:48:24, Michael Rogers 1:53:42. 70over – Rod Bailey 2:16:15, William Hammonds 2:34:33, Robert Brown 3:08:26. Female, Overall – Aubrey Armento 1:31:42, April Waters 1:39:15, Jessica Carpenter 1:39:20. Laurie Grube was female masters winner in both 10K & 5K. 15-under – Claire Cox 2:06:19. 16-19 –Kayla Female, 5K: Overall – Natasha Yaremczuk Hergott 1:45:25, Rebecca Gullickson 1:50:37, Angel Carlson 1:52:45. 20-24 – Kristin Ates 18:56. 1:39:52, Courtney Parish 1:39:57, Macy Cook Masters – Lauri Grube 22:12. 1:42:04. 25-29 – Elizabeth Worboys 1:42:32, Grandmasters – Mary Nicholls 23:34. Senior Grandmasters – Deborah Holtom Meredith Johnston 1:45:07, Mary Bargeron 1:48:03. 30-34 – Alice Choi 1:43:20, Diana 24:55. 9-under – Reese Elwell 36:50, Kendall Elwell Mitchen 1:45:57, Jessie Johnson 1:46:11. 3538:00, Kayla Sipe 38:50. 10-14 – Lour Navarro 39 – Teresa Eddy 1:44:37, Stacy Paine 1:44:39, 25:00, Alexandra Luna-Espinal 37:07, Haley Spryng Briggs 1:44:40. 40-44 – Erin Templeton Briones 39:21. 15-19 – Priscilla Welzien 22:04, 1:44:56, Stacy Richardson 1:46:37, Maoling Martel 1:46:44. 45-49 – Sandra Daust 1:41:48,

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Leggin it for Lincoln 5K Eatonton, GA – 2/16 Male, Overall – Casey Mull 20:13. Masters – Donnie Chaffin 22:22. 15-19 – Tommy Dorminy 20:48. 20-24 – Mark Chaffin 23:26. 25-29 – Casey Mull 20:13, Matt Bischoff 28:36. 30-34 – Antoine Rollin 25:31, Edward Cottongim 25:59, Emmanuel Rollin 27:30. 40-44 – Braden Miller 26:23, John Dorminy 35:13, Troy Garland 35:34. 50-54 – Donnie Chaffin 22:22, Timothy Bagley 37:26. 55-59 – Bo Ryles 23:02, Barry Cook 35:10, Billy Lashley 40:21. 60-64 – Roger Keel 33:18. 6569 – Ernest Smallman 38:32, Ron Landen 40:17. 70-74 – Jim Latimer 33:22. 75-over – Ken Jasnau 47:12. Female, Overall – Jessica Rollin 21:03. Masters – Barbara Nasworth 29:32. 10-under – Becky Dorminy 35:03. 11-14 – Ramsay Miller 26:24, Susie Dorminy 36:16. 2024 – Caitlin Conn 25:10, Anne Rollin 31:10. 2529 – Sarah Wishnietsky 51:43. 30-34 – Jessica Rollin 21:03, Tiffany Duvall 29:59, Scarlett Watson 31:05. 40-44 – Shrone Blackwell 42:38, Devie Archebelle 42:39, Eva Allbritton 48:34. 45-49 – Darlene Nuss 33:52, Donna Segelken 36:05. 50-54 – Susan McGarity 34:20. 60-64 – Barbara Nasworty 29:32, Vicky Werner 36:39, Colleen Stephens 44:41. 65-69 – Linda Zeeman 50:47. ––Brenda Gail Wall

Run to Love 5K Norcross, GA – 2/15 Male, Overall – Michael Francesconi 17:55, Christian Baumgarth 18:28. Masters – James Webster 27:54. 12-under – Cason Smith 28:34, Grady White 33:40. 13-19 – Tommy Williams 21:33, Chris Bunner 22:04, Adrian Salas 24:45. 20-29 – Dean Nordhielm 20:10, Matt Hawkins 21:25, Shardule Shah 21:56. 30-39 – Carmichael Galang 28:09, Bobby Reynolds 29:54, Mike Trice 30:44. 40-49 – Rick Ullrich 27:34, Dean Osuch 27:58, Jerry Ballard 28:12. 50-59 – Kevin Langston 27:06, Michael Selman 29:02, Paul Stinson 29:07. 60-over – Michael Ashley 29:24, Bill Draper 43:08, Daniel Freiberg 47:47. Female, Overall – Lisa Dommert 18:03, Katarina Dubcova 20:16. Masters – Beth Webster 32:46. 12-under – Tinsley Bertram 26:56, Kaylin

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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 25 Talley 31:08, Ellen Otterbach 33:38. 13-19 – Charlotte Whitmer 24:46, Maggie O’Leary 26:51, Julia Chromiak 29:22. 20-29 – Rachel Cittadino 26:35, Hanwen Li 27:44, Sarah Brannon 32:22. 30-39 – Emily Lovelace 25:01, Sarah Glynn 27:23, Erin McBride 27:29. 40-49 –Nancy Williams 24:20, Kelli Selman 25:41, Sonia Lee 28:09. 50-59 – Clara Caldas 30:11, Christina Rebel-Otterbach 33:59, Kim Thomas 34:01. 60-over – Rebecca Valentine 35:02, Sandy Case 37:56, Pam Garrett 49:58.

LOUISIANA Mardi Gras Mambo 15K/10K Baton Rouge, LA – 2/15 Male, 15K: Overall – Kevin Castille 48:34, Jonathan Thomas 53:43, William Fell 56:24. Masters – Keith Robinson 1:02:25. Grandmasters – Jim Batson 1:05:30. Senior Grandmasters – Michael Anderson 1:06:30. 14-under – Tanner Colson 1:27:31, Ray Sierra 1:51:05. 15-19 – Justin Green 1:27:38. 20-24 – Clayton Marshall 57:46, Andrew Mire 1:10:44, Matt Burger 1:11:00. 25-29 –Jeremy Damiata 1:01:33, Colin Haser 1:03:09, David Johsnon 1:07:46. 30-34 – Walker Higgins 1:01:46, Jason Martin 1:02:55, Nathan Huegen 1:03:34. 35-39 – Alex Tucker 1:02:28, Brad Oswalt 1:03:49, Michael Ruffin 1:04:20. 40-44 – Russ Bourgeois 1:05:41, Tyler Watson 1:06:25, Adam Lecompte 1:08:05. 45-49 – Jeff Baudier 1:05:16, Mark Gonsoulin 1:05:57, Anthony Mason 1:07:16. 50-54 – Patrick Riggins 1:08:03, Troy Verret 1:08:14, Mark Lahaye 1:10:15. 55-59 – Mark David 1:11:31, Paul Linck 1:14:53, Jerry Phillips 1:17:48. 6064 – Bob Paul 1:18:53, Raymond Paul 1:25:12, Richard Sexton 1:27:13. 65-69 – Robert Sonnier 1:16:39, Jeff Sims 1:24:26, Jean Dugas 1:27:39. 70-74 – Eugene Jones 2:01:51. 80-over – Edmond Dugas 1:52:47. Female, 15K: Overall – Ellen Mendoza 1:06:51, Hannah Amoroso 1:08:16, Kristin Wareck 1:08:35. Masters – Kim Dominick 1:11:13. Grandmasters – Pamela Thibodeaux 1:17:37. Senior Grandmasters – Lynn Altazin 1:26:05. 15-19 – Allie Stone 1:10:28, Rachel Pendleton 1:24:06, Caroline Saucier 1:24:06. 20-24 – Lauren Salles 1:09:25, Hannah Pannico 1:09:42, Cortney Haser 1:11:57. 25-29 – Monica Morgan 1:14:13, Brandi Eldridge 1:17:34, Sarah Comeaux 1:22:41. 30-34 – Heidi Hendrick 1:13:46, Adrienne Diebold 1:15:16, Jessica Beauvais 1:16:40. 35-39 – Antigone Pierson 1:10:59, Angie Scully 1:15:48, Adrien Busekist 1:16:35. 40-44 – Pamela Gaillard 1:11:36, Michelle Templet 1:16:29, Sandra

Townsend 1:18:29. 45-49 – Jayme Morse 1:12:11, Caryn Trisler 1:13:50, Karin Gill 1:25:37. 50-54 – Stacie Granier 1:34:59, Martha Brabston 1:41:54, Anita Bourgoyne 1:41:54. 55-59 – Paula Vallotton 1:19:49, Theresa Vu 1:24:57, Karen Blain 1:26:28. 60-64 – Patti Hittler 1:41:02. 65-69 – Cynthia Martin 1:44:12, Jane Phelps 2:07:27. Male, 10K: Overall – Conor Doan 33:24, Zach Capello 34:05, Alan Foolkes 34:18. Masters – Chris Lapoint 35:44. Grandmasters – James Boudreaux 43:15. 14-under – Logan Thibodeaux 43:13, Wyatt Barbe 45:42, Nicholas Raetzsch 48:58. 15-19 – Peter Alleman 38:20, Trey Capello 38:58, Jordon Konow 42:39. 20-24 – Eric Powers 35:57, Jonathan Cripe 37:48, Patrick Madore 38:32. 25-29 – Tyler Fontenot 39:37, Kile Golden 42:15, Jason Fennell 42:53. 30-34 – M. Litch 39:41, Charles Anderson 41:56, Jared Sandifer 42:13. 35-39 – Jason Foolkes 36:43, Lenny Samuel 38:23, Laurin Dugas 40:55. 4044 – Ted Zderic 37:40, Troy Alello 39:38, Brian Lee 39:38. 45-49 – Eric Goodman 39:51, David Guidry 40:47, Michael Kreider 44:05. 50-54 – Robert Balser 44:04, John Hixson 44:46, Todd Delahoussaye 44:52. 55-59 – Jerry Yunker 43:20, Kenny Schexnayder 45:34, Gary Wade 46:33. 60-64 – Jack Adair 45:20, Will Sentell 52:28, Luis Alegria 53:54. 65-69 – J. Roger Brown 43:50, Michael Moody 54:59, Dennis McCroy 57:17. 70-74 – Tad Jurgens 54:42, Dennis Watson 57:39, Glynn Parent 1:01:24. 75-79 – Miller Shamburger 1:31:47. Female, 10K: Overall – Khanh Labat 42:45, Calynn Bunol 43:00, Stephanie Crews 43:35. Masters – Anne Sagrera 44:22. Grandmasters – Janet Daigle 46:38. 14-under – Claire Andries 47:12, Amanda Mason 53:10, Rebecca Day 54:14. 15-19 – Shelby Granier 45:54, Caroline Carson 46:03, Alexis Falcon 46:11. 20-24 – Andrea Villanueva 47:12, Leonela Guzman 47:40, Donna Bryant 48:19. 25-29 – Ashton White 45:19, Leah Johnson 48:03, Marigny Rodrigue 50:36. 3034 – Amy Centanni 45:07, Kimberly O’Brien 46:29, Rebeca Tucker 47:26. 35-39 – Megan Reilly 46:34, Stacy St. Cyr 53:07, Joanna Lemoine 53:12. 40-44 – Andrea Evans 46:16, Wendra Moran 50:04, Tara Mason 50:17. 45-49 – Susan Hayden 47:07, Amanda Stafford 51:39, Belinda Loo 51:40. 50-54 – Sherry Barber 48:16, Mary Kuzy 56:44, Jonie Russo 57:13. 55-59 – Helena Chan 47:06, Debbie Gurtner 55:03, Ann Wise 56:22. 60-64 – Ann Middleton 48:24, Vicki Copeland 51:45, Lorry Perry 1:05:37. 65-69 – Janice Sullivan 1:32:41, Sharron Ayers 1:43:56, Patricia Jordan 1:55:00. 70-74 – Yvonne Thomas 1:02:40. 7579 – Judy Kirchoffer 1:17:24. ––Jerry Yunker

www.running.net NORTH CAROLINA Gator Trail 50K Lake Waccamaw, NC – 2/9 Order of finish – 1- Tomasz Kochanowicz 3:55:00, 2-Erik Rasmussen 4:03:50, 3Mohammad Saad 4:07:43, 4-Greg Zinner 4:17:37, 5-Christopher Holub 4:33:58, 6Randal Waters 4:36:02, 7-Jim Hall 4:46:32, 8Richard Plummer 4:57:25, 9-Christopher Bradle 5:09:15, 10-Andrew Wilson 5:10:33, 11Tom Canzano 5:13:28, 12-Jay Edge 5:14:44, 13-Greg Whaley 5:16:45, 14-Allison Shofe 5:21:52, 15-Russell Parker 5:40:00, 16-Abagail Barman 5:45:58, 17-Jeremy Smith 5:54:16, 18Brenda Fox 5:55:47, 19-Ben Suggs 5:56:49, 20-Julia Dubois 6:00:53, 21-John Somerindyke 6:00:55, 22-Sarah Issac 6:02:33, 23-Tony McCarty 6:12:22, 24-Bill Dubois 6:18:30, 25Lisa Brosier 6:19:42, 26-Jill Wolfe 6:19:42, 27Marlis Stanley 6:50:57, 28-Clay Vick 6:57:19.

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Schoonover 1:33:24. 55-59 – Roxane McNeal 1:16:29, Joan Perry 1:17:43.

Rumba on the Lumba 5K Lumberton, NC – 3/1 Male, Overall – Jack Brunecz 16:20, Musa Gwanzura 17:11, Kevin Kelley 18:17. Masters – Bradley Schull 19:44, Danny West 19:46, Jimmy Arnold 20:08. Grandmasters – Gary Moss 20:24, Michael Salzman 21:36, Matt Thompson 21:43. 14-under – Kyle Floyd 23:35, Kyler Wieties 46:48, Justin Wieties 47:28. 15-19 – Shawn Lowery 24:02, Michael Bullock 29:12, Hernan Perez 33:18. 20-24 – Steven Parker 19:10, Phillip Mellon 20:08, Cesar Rios 20:34. 25-29 – Hector Gonzalez 20:16, Brent Tyler 20:50, Jesse Duffie 21:20. 30-34 – Jason Bryant 20:18, Eric Locklear 20:47, Gerald Zimmer 21:51. 35-39 – Craig Eaton 19:53, Brad Martin 20:18, Josh Neelon 21:27. 40-44 – Mark Locklear 20:49, Jason Parker 22:25, Todd Nurnberger 24:13. 45-49 – Michael Peters 21:26, Kevin Warwick 23:45, Mark Locklear 23:48. 50-54 – Peter Poggetti 23:14, William Miatke 27:12, Walter White 29:05. 55-59 – Jackie Jones 25:31, Everette Kirkely 26:01, Michael Campbell 26:48. 60-64 – Jason Britt 24:22, Harry Mitchell 24:53, Henry McDuffie 35:11. 65-69 – Levy Welch 29:05, Jim Burns 30:43, LJ Hunt 30:54. 70-74 – Terry Williams 31:06, John Rozier 32:12, B.G. French 33:36. 75-over – Vincent Paparella 45:10, Joseph Burke 48:48, John Gniadek 59:55. Female, Overall – Desiree Walker 21:27, Jacquelyn Hall 21:37, Stephanie Novy 21:41. Masters –Janine Wren 25:05, Rachel Warwick 25:20, Michelle Montler 25:22. Grandmasters – Susan West 25:39, Maria Parker 26:16, Helen Chavis 29:17. 14-under –Molly Kuzma 22:29, Nakyra Mitchell 24:30, Haley George 26:03. 15-19 – Nicole Bass 22:40, Jenna Smith 30:45, Katina Burns 35:42. 20-24 – Olivia Mack 25:53, Jessica Wine 26:42, Anastasia Rinker 26:45. 25-29 – Lauren Sutton 26:20, Janna Oxendine 27:12, Katie Simmons 28:27. 30-34 – Jonna Davis 29:10, Jill Britt 30:36, Courtney Blackmon 31:39. 3539 – Tamara Kemp 23:38, Deborah Gardner 24:20, Charity Quick 24:47. 40-44 – Nikki Bowen 28:35, Melanie Carter 29:31, Allison Harrington 30:09. 45-49 – Barbara Driscoll 25:41, Irene Aiken 26:44, Kelly Haskins 28:46. 50-54 – Joanne Miatke 30:13, Cindy Cushing 30:47, Carlene Jones 40:04. 55-59 – Elizabeth Hart 29:20, Gloria Quick 29:39, Diane Zepaltas 40:51. 60-64 – Glenda Osborne 29:39, Rose Avant 40:31, Mickey Gregory 40:49. 65-69 – Marion Thompson 30:27. 70-74 – Judy Kiernan 33:58, Mary Lee Wadrose 43:16. 75-over – Margaret Paparella 50:26.

Male, Overall – Thomas Kunish 41:47, Johnathan Rudy 46:20, Robert May 46:28. 9-under – Wyatt Surratt 56:44, Tristan Carmichael 1:07:00, Mark Myers 1:10:51. 1012 – Eric Lynch 1:00:40, Jonathan Matthews 1:01:17, Jackson Butt 1:10:00. 13-16 – Stephen Clemens 51:27, Brian Goodwin 53:11, Drew Harrington 56:02. 20-24 – Carlos Cuatlayol 47:47, Mike Ellis 49:48, Douglas Collins 50:52. 25-29 – Rudy 46:20, Andre Braima 47:52, Antonio Juarez 48:32. 30-34 – Kunish 41:47, John Farrell 47:04, Stuart MacCrimmon 47:52. 35-39 – Kevin Soeder 47:17, Burke Gardner 48:03, Mark Reid 50:48. 40-44 – May 46:28, Jeffrey Scofield 47:02, Eric Cloutier 49:14. 45-49 – Michael Orr 54:22, Kyle Nickel 54:30, Brian Mullery 56:06. 50-54 – Roy Cote 52:28, Robert Rieger 1:05:55, Thomas Volpi 1:07:48. 55-59 – William Fulbrook 1:12:11, Kevin Oconnor 1:30:22. 60-64 – John Germain 1:06:51, Wally Bowles 1:26:42. 65-69 – Ronnie Davenport 1:26:25, Dan Jones 1:41:17. 70-over – Sylvester Howard 1:33:01. Female, Overall – Sarah Burns 52:43, Amy Mohr 53:31, Jo Murphy 53:55. 9-under – Madison Carmichael 1:07:01. 1316 – Murphy 53:55, Mady Voomes 1:00:52, Victoria Barton 1:05:40. 17-19 – Ashley O’Shea 1:17:16, Mary Manning 1:17:43, Alison Maccherone 1:18:37. 20-24 – Burns 52:43, Caroline Iskerka 54:41, Becky Stanford 1:03:53. 25-29 – Nancy Burchell 58:57, Kelly Schulz 1:02:37, Krista Ordonez 1:04:28. 30-34 – Mohr 53:31, Felicia Toche 1:00:50, Jessica Nichols 1:03:38. 35-39 – Nicole Berg 1:04:14, Christy Harness 1:04:16, Shannon Irwin 1:06:28. 4044 – Dana Johnson 1:06:00, Kristin Whalen 1:07:45, Elizabeth Henderson 1:08:33. 45-49 – Dianne Evans 1:06:16, Teresa Hagerty 1:09:11, Sherrie South 1:10:22. 50-54 – Debbie Abhlos 1:06:29, Hannah Schneider 1:23:55, Marie CONTINUED ON PAGE 27


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44:01. 40-44 – Rick Kattouf 32:29, Mike Alexander 38:55, Jeremy Elliott 38:58. 45-49 – SOUTH CAROLINA David Dindinger 40:00, Justin Cazel 42:54, Green Valley 10 mile/8K Vincent Bienish 45:17. 50-54 – Larry Brock Greenville, SC – 2/8 29:45, Dan Shelby 31:27, Reid Thomas 36:55. Male, 10 mile: Overall – Matthew 55-59 – Mike Sullivan 37:15, Tom Woloszyn Hammersmith 54:59, Daniel Smoak 55:17, 44:08, John Blanton 45:45. 60-64 – Doug Daniel Moss 55:52. Booth 46:52, Dennis Braasch 47:41, Tom 15-19 – Josh Rush 1:01:40, Joshua Strubel Bastoni 49:10. 65-69 – Lee Cook 40:40, Darell Davis 1:05:30, Mitchell Moreland 1:38:08. 20-24 – 47:15, Tom Eggleton 47:26. 75-over – Duke Manning Andrew Fox 1:02:44, Joshua Anderson 1:03:18, 1:08:50. Brandon Southern 1:05:06. 25-29 – Ashley Female, Overall – Alex Dixon 35:39, Abby Stanley Liew 58:31, John Bruno 1:01:32, Dan Matz 36:48, Brittany Gibson 38:03, Zoe Engwall 38:46, 1:08:00. 30-34 – John Gamble 1:00:21, Travis Heather Elliott 39:11. 14-under – Mary Baus 42:08, Lauren Mathews Tarbet 1:04:10, Michael Webster 1:04:56. 3558:12, Louisa Ramirez 58:40. 39 – James Harper 56:35, Todd Edwards 15-19 – Caroline Oloffo 48:16. 20-24 – Anne Wells 1:01:39, Chris Forresyter 1:10:14. 40-44 – 39:42, Abi Dickinson 40:52, Katharine Follin 41:27. Eddie Posey 1:00:15, Jeff Dixon 1:02:53, Gary 25-29 – Kris Swofford 39:13, Ashley Nalley 53:57, Ball 1:04:35. 45-49 – Chris Giordanelli 1:00:33, Sarah Harris 1:07:09. 30-34 – Stephanie Tiwari Byron Backer 1:-08:58, Bob Saccamano 40:19, Katie Greer 40:33, Kim Williams 45:34. 35-39 1:09:47. 50-54 – Joe Hammond 1:01:25, Scott – Jennifer Shaver 39:55, Lori Levasseur 47:37, Murr 1:07:07, Mike Zerressen 1:07:30. 55-59 – Catherine McQuaid 49:37. 40-44 – Victoria Baus Bill Cavedo 1:11:44, Wilson Twitty 1:14:19, 43:36, Susan Cothern 44:20, Beckie Hylkema 46:01. Terrence Derfler 1:17:10. 60-64 – Richard 45-49 – Nancy Richmond 47:29, Suzanne Dickerson Jacques 1:16:15, Vince Herran 1:16:40, Jim 47:39, Suzanne McGee 49:35. 50-54 – Lydia Brown Roberts 1:17:13. 65-69 – David Spark 1:14:00, 51:05, Beth Branyon 52:29, Jan Madden 52:52. 55Leonard Kupersmith 1;28:49, Wayne Bognton 59 – Linda Hood 59:02, Anne Sullivan 1:00:57. 60-64 – Mary Biebel 47:31, Janice Wilkins 47:50, Kathleen 1:29:00. 75-over – Bill Beckwith 2:04:01. Durava 56:12. Female, 10 mile: Overall – Meg Chieffe 1:05:08, Gail Kattouf 1:05:23, Kelly Cattano Hilton Head Marathon 1:07:31. /Half marathon/5K 15-19 – Maria Bartlett 1:11:41, Jessica Hilton Head, SC – 2/8 Ramirez 1:27:28. 20-24 – Deborah Spannagel Male, marathon: Overall – Ryan Hawkins 1:18:20, Shawna Mulliger 1:32:35, Kathryn 2:48:10, Drew Rabyn 2:48:31, John Tolerton 2:57:19. Masters – Dave Nevitt 3:00:48, Doug Long Godwin 1:38:01. 25-29 – Ashley Southern 1:09:19, Rachel Layer 1:10:45, Ashely Spencer 3:01:38, Glenn Hrinda 3:17:06. Grandmasters – Franklin Margaritha 3:25:43, Ted 1:11:16. 30-34 – Charlene Challenger-Smith Barron 3:34:23, Steve Moody 3:37:10. 1:12:59, Katherine Steinmetz 1:13:49, Braden 19-under – Michael Enjaian 4:28:54. 20-24 – Reid 1:14:09. 35-39 – Karen Becker 1:09:36, Joshua Benore 3:09:18, Marcus Morales 4:30:48. 25Daphne Kirkwood 1:13:08, Heather McNeely 29 – Drew Kaufman 3:43:10. 30-34 – Ben Vaught 1:14:04. 40-44 – Nicole Wood 1:14:22, Kellie 2:59:04, Scott Sundahl 3:26:21, Charles Watson Eaves 1:16:34, Jennifer Arends 1:18:12. 45-49 3:28:13. 35-39 – Andres Estrada 3:17:14, Brad Laatsch 3:34:13, Pierce Cauthen 3:58:54. 40-44 – – Leora Riordan 1:23:55, Jennie Tessitere Chris Neumayer 3:20:15, Jose Hernandez 3:23:38, 1:25:18, Hope Edlin 1:33:09. 50-54 – Jane Matt Clark 3:30:18. 45-49 – Chris McKenney 3:36:00, Godwin 1:19:49, Kim Johnson 1:27:35, Dianne Chip Southern 3:38:01, Glenn Lankowski 3:40:32. Day 1:27:43. 55-59 – Shirley Smith 1:24:42, 50-54 – Richard Maclean 3:45:44, Alan Peterson Mary Haselden 1:48:44, Barbara Blanton 3:56:00, Jim Boeyer 4:02:45. 55-59 – David Weber 3:56:22, Ron Eaker 3:57:57, Brian King 4:27:31. 601:40:48. 60-64 – Laura Caldwell 1:17:08, Cindy 64 – Mark Willis 4:11:43, Roger Heacock 4:14:35, Lucking 1:19:13, Darlene Knight 1:23:16. 65-69 Jerry Boone 4:17:21. 65-69 – Michael Rogers – Octavia Childress 1:37:42. 70-74 – Anne 4:00:01, Bronislaw 4:07:01, Richard Nagel 4:07:32. Female, marathon: Overall – Serene Griffin Brooks 1:46:48. 3:10:35, Briana Strunck 3:25:30, Lindsay Durham Male, Overall – Matt Shcok 28:12, Daniel 3:32:29. Wade 29:08, Aaron Iles 29:08, Daniel Marinelli Masters – Kay Evans 3:34:21, Karen Rivetti 29:24, Cameron Dorn 29:42. 3:34:54, Michelle Walker 3:36:50. 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Lexington Race Against Hunger 10K Lexington, SC – 2/22 Male, Overall – Justin Bishop 34:47, Ryan Plexico 36:25, Jason Dimery 37:09. Masters – Bob Sams 39:11, Brent Shealy 39:19. Grandmasters – Billy Tisdale 41:37, Francisco Nora 44:11. 14-under – Jackson Lutz 57:18. 15-19 – Miles Fowler 39:37, Brannon Capps 54:55, Sean Poole 58:28. 20-24 – Alex Ortins 39:51, Troy Lerner 45:24, Tanner Roberts 47:26. 25-29 – Travis Moran 40:09, Will Cheatham 45:04, Doug Rozelman 45:57. 30-34 – Tim Rollason-Reese 38:55, Clayton Delosiere 40:11, Benjamin Skelley 42:10. 35-39 – Angel Manuel 41:15, Jay Baker 42:11, Ken Vowles 43:13. 40-44 – Scott Flicker 40:35, Bobby Fancher 41:37, Scott Brewer 42:58. 45-49 – Jeff Brandenburg 39:51, Michael Small 42:00, Ty Thomas 43:55. 50-54 – Clay Poss 46:04, David Hale 46:11, Phil Togneri 46:28. 55-59 – Walter Stellpflug 49:46, Mike Griffin 50:09, Ken Bickel 50:48. 60-64 – Robert Pacific 58:59. 65-69 – David Spark 45:02, Carl Klein 53:11, Celess Squirewell 1:09:42. 70-over – Arnold Floyd 50:27, Frank Eichstaedt 53:01, Rocky Soderberg 1:08:59. Female, Overall – Whitney Drozd 42:58, Cymbeline Wilke 43:19, Morgan Eggleston 44:11. Masters – Birgit Spann 44:43, Julia Early 48:46. Grandmasters – Alsenda Edwards 54:42, Lynn Grimes 56:40. 15-19 – Miles Fowler 39:37, Brannon Capps 54:55, Sean Poole 58:28. 20-24 – Shannon Stanich 44:16, Shgreya Adiraju 52:30, Sarah Powers 54:13. 25-29 –Jennifer Lybrand 44:36, Barbara McHenry 54:11, Errica Priddy 54:17. 30-34 – Jessica Chiu 45:05, Lacy Geary 49:33, Gina Campbell 51:19. 35-39 – Heather Mullennax 48:44, Amanda Gantt 52:37, Rebecca West 53:27. 40-44 – Meme Spurgeon 48:59, Alyson Phillips 49:01, Edie Goldsmith 49:04. 45-49 – Barbara Brandenburg 49:03, Darby Reeves 51:35, Stacy Morgan 51:48. 50-54 – Jenna Bennett 58:58, Lisa Smarr 59:27, Anndee Jewell 1:02:23. 5559 – Kathy Cooper 1:04:29, Dolly Rodgers 1:10:13, Ann Corn 1:18:36. 60-64 – Bridgette Smith 1:09:14, Sharon Williams 1:17:36. ––Strictly Running

TENNESSEE Strawberry Plains Half marathon/10K Strawberry Plains, TN – 2/8 Male, Half marathon: Overall – Ethan Coffey 1:11:11, Stewart Ellington 1:12:55, Bob Adams 1:13:34. Masters – Geno Phillips 1:15:56. Grandmasters – Kevin Fitzgerald 1:20:52. Senior Grandmasters – Jim Bowman 1:48:55. 14-under – Connor Howe 2:12:06. 15-19 – Logan McKenzie 1:29:15, Jacob Bargo 1:37:32, Matthew Keller 1:40:10. 20-24 – Travis Wilson 1:19:11, Michael Cunningham 1:28:46, Douglas Graves 1:42:52. 25-29 – David Worth 1:22:56, Tyler Standifird 1:24:19, Dylan Allen 1:28:14. 30-34 – David Hays 1:23:47, Andrew Dawson 1:23:55, Scott Schmidt 1:26:44. 35-39 – Bradley Adams 1:17:16, Jose Salas 1:26:11, Bill Beecher 1:27:54. 40-44 – Lee

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SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 27 Franklin 1:22:17, Paul Horton 1:23:43, Kevin Toups 1:25:09. 45-49 – Lawrence Brede 1:26:05, Wes Pectol 1:26:57, Doug Ross 1:27:18. 50-54 – Richard Oreskovic 1:38:24, Todd Rechenbach 1:44:21, Dale Sawyer 1:47:43. 55-59 – Walter Brockway 1:43:08, Jeff Williamson 1:44:13, Robert Tona 1:44:51. 60-64 – Joe Axley 1:51:45, Stephen Lowe 1:52:31, Steve Zimo 1:54:49. 65-69 – Kenneth Sirois 1:50:44, Mark Cristy 1:52:24, Bob Hardin 1:58:53. 70-74 – Hugh Webb 2:20:10. 75-over – Bob Cunningham 2:04:16.Clydesdale – Billy Williams 1:44:27. Female, Half marathon: Overall – Kathy Wolski 1:25:50, Andee Swann 1:26:19, Stephanie Pesterfie 1:31:36. Masters – Kathy Smith 1:36:58. Grandmasters – Robin Miller 1:42:14. Senior Grandmasters – Marie Tedesco 2:10:54. 14-under – Desirae Schoonover 1:43:13. 15-19 – Emily Guillaume 1:36:50, Haley Hatcher 1:39:10 Paige Winter 1:42:29. 20-24 – Victoria Domico 1:49:41, Elizabeth Jambor 1:53:03, Hannah Starner 2:05:31. 25-29 – Hailey Collier 1:35:43, Jamie Bradshaw 1:40:19, Alicia Teubert 1:40:20. 30-34 – Jennifer Brigai 1:36:05, Gina Shouse 1:36:40, Rebekah Jane Montgo 1:39:13. 35-39 – Kristy Stott 1:33:45, Amy Viars 1:39:02, Betsy Johnson 1:39:41. 40-44 – Missie Gregory 1:40:34, Joanne Langton 1:44:47, Michelle Mackie 1:47:0845-49 – Marsha Morton 1:39:28, Amy Jones 1:45:04, Kathryn Smith 1:47:11. 50-54 – Laura Gearhiser 1:42:45, Jennifer Singh 1:43:59, Rebecca Polite 1:55:52. 55-59 – Doris Windsand-Dausman 1:51:11, Becky Tener 1:52:25, Kris Corbitt 1:53:51. 60-64 – Jacquelin Price 2:20:09. 65-69 – Shirley Sirois 2:23:58. Athena – Gena Burnette 1:47:36. Male, 10K: Overall – Daniel Goetz 34:18, Tim Ensign 35:37, Bjorn Wastvedt 37:31. Masters – Mark Kuhn 38:49. Grandmasters – Chad Varga 41:03. Senior Grandmasters – Darrell Sergent 50:02. Clydesdale – Cory Alexander 55:59. 14-under – Brendan Mattis 52:23, Aiden Telfer 1:07:01. 15-19 – Connor Martin 44:48, Max Minor 1:04:07. 20-24 – Chris Padiall 43:22, Robbie Larovere 56:14, Chase Ferrell 58:39. 25-29 – Jack McAfee 38:07, Andrew Ruppe 1:01:49, B.J. Telfer 1:02:14. 30-34 – Patrick Gildea 39:20, Matt Rouse 39:47, Nick Cutchens 42:12. 35-39 – Matt Drinnen 45:21, Chris Burl 46:50, Ian Barnes51:54. 40-44 – Jimmy Jameson 50:26, Cedrick Manalili 52:40, Brett Hayes 53:45. 45-49 – Mark Hickey 39:07, Rick Tucker 44:07, Joe Sullivan 45:37. 50-54 – Kenneth Harrell 45:04, Jeffrey Everett 45:29, Randy Hatfield 45:57. 55-59 – Keith Hill 41:47, Jeff Bock 45:36, Ricky Caplan 48:01. 60-64 – Keith Hall 1:05:22. 65-69 – Bob Griffith 50:29, John Elliott 56:26, Bob Fugitt 56:36. Female, 10K: Overall – Gina Rouse 36:19, Rebecca McDowell 37:38, Caroline Gruenenwald 38:35. Masters – Karen Hatfield 45:57. Grandmasters – Rhonda Cloinger 47:52. Senior Grandmasters – Jane Dickerson 1:03:57. Athena – Kimberly Emert 57:01. 14-under – Kathleen Martin 52:59, Jaklin Schoonover 56:20, Abby Wolfenbarger 57:52. 15-19 – Sabrina Elliott 48:24. 20-24 – Nikki Vonderau 48:03, Kate Bowles 49:15, Zoe Call 57:43. 25-29 – Annie Tipson 47:17, Sarah Olesiuk 50:52, Heidi Zirkle 55:34. 30-34 – Lauren Roth 42:45, Anne Anderson 44:26, Laura Branson 45:47. 35-39 – Kelly Eldridge 48:15, Sarah Harrison 48:16, Angela Stolpe 48:59. 40-44 – Shannon Hepp 52:28, Zsuzsanna Zadori Ro

53:10, Heather Whaley 54:54. 45-49 – Jennifer McKelvey 50:14, Cathy Ware 57:57, Dania Egedi 1:02:25. 50-54 – Lisa Hermanson 48:43, Helen Den Uyl 54:03, Lisa Compton 54:43. 55-59 – Liza Graves 53:04, Wanda Nicholson 53:39, Carol Wood 1:03:57. 60-64 – Leann Adkins 1:13:29, Claudeane Whaley 1:47:36. 80-over – Harriet Locke 1:18:28. ––Jerry Schohl

Surgoinsville 10-miler Surgoinsville, TN – 2/22 Male, Overall – Joshua Mermilliod 59:33. Masters – Gary Pleasant 1:08:36. Grandmasters – Doug Strickland 1:10:11. Senior Grandmasters – Bill Dickerson 1:18:24. 15-19 – Tyerell Hughes 1:00:43, Tucker Ayres 1:13:09, Christopher Adams 1:13:16. 25-29 – Viktor Kimmel 1:04:22, Ike Anderson 1:17:29, Tim Lovern 1:21:21. 30-34 – Taylor Williamson 1:02:31, Wil Cantrell 1:09:35, Warren Lewis 1:14:10. 35-39 – Randall Stratzer 1:11:47, Jason Tipson 1:13:19, Ben Lindley 1:19:25. 40-44 – Chad Domby 1:18:10, Kelly Chandler 1:20:59, Andy True 1:34:53. 45-49 – Brad Dellinger 1:10:59, Greg West 1:12:13, Mack Roberts 1:13:51. 50-54 – Matthew Studholme 1:21:07, Benny Burchfield 1:25:12, Scott White 1:27:34. 55-59 – Dale Riddle 1:18:02, Robert Carpenter 1:22:32, Lawrence Luber 1:27:08. 60-64 – Clyde Kidd 1:26:41, Timothy Briscoe 1:27:22, Richard Tyner 1:28:52. 65-69 – Jimmy Jones 1:31:50, Lee Roy Hurst 1:34:01, Sam Culbertson 1:55:30. 70-74 – Tony Borghetti 1:33:00, Hugh Webb 1:36:32, LeGrande Boyer 1:42:47. Female, Overall – Rachel Layer 1:10:41. Masters – Debi Secor 1:14:36. Grandmasters – Teresa Lindamood 1:23:53. Senior Grandmasters – Marie Tedesco 1:38:22. 14-under – Breanna Roy 1:19:01, Taylor Roy 1:24:18. 15-19 – Hannah Cutshall 1:13:25, Kendra Rodriguez 1:32:36, Ashley Hazlett 1:32:53. 20-24 – Rachel Higgins 1:30:00, Whitney Carrier 1:38:10, Rebecca Thomas 1:39:01. 30-34 – Jessica Remmert 1:17:18, Sandra Hogan 1:39:24, Danielle Tipton 1:59:51. 35-39 – Lisa Hazlett 1:16:28, Sarah Anderson 1:20:53, Amy Bradley 1:24:29. 40-44 – Ann Graves 1:30:52, Liane Jennings 1:33:42, Tammy Huffman 1:37:02. 45-49 – Michelle McLellan 1:18:13, Rhonda Denham 1:26:24, Karen Harrison 1:36:56. 50-54 – Denise Hood 1:26:05, Nancy Hagood 1:34:20, Wendy Weidner 1:39:19. 55-59 – Mary Rodriguez 1:39:28, Anita Jones 1:40:54, Patti Turpin 1:48:53. 65-69 – Lana Butler 1:43:34, Barbara Taylor 2:19:59. 70-74 – Barbara Bogart 2:23:24. 80-over – Harriet Locke 2:08:37. ––Mark Skelton

www.running.net 1:26:08, Jeff Stracener 1:31:04, Lynn Burnett 1:33:41. 60-64 – Gwin Anderson 1:45:14, Roy Tamez 1:47:12, Manuel Anellano 1:47:32. 65-69 – Earl Tyler 1:54:08, Jim Paulus 1:59:50, Bob Pierce 2:37:17. 70over – Dennis Christian 1:56:00, Gary Anderson 2:04:44, Roland McCluskey 2:26:21. Female, Overall – Gisela Olalde 1:19:58. Masters – Theresa Saupe 1:38:10. Grandmasters – Marie Palko 1:41:22. Senior Grandmasters – Flo Hopkins 2:13:55. 15-19 – Hannah Burnette 1:46:17, Micaela Freeman 1:51:25, Abby Looper 1:54:14. 20-24 – Chelsea Heibel 1:43:33, Ladi Stallard 1:43:35, Alex Trevisan 1:46:45. 25-29 – Ashley Evans 1:25:52, Leah Sawyer 1:28:40, Sarah Gollub 1:33:33. 30-34 – Lindsay Dial 1:29:26, Meg Guy 1:36:40, Megan McCormick 1:42:36. 35-39 – Emily Ryan 1:37:38, Aine Corridon 1:41:56, Angela Bunyi 1:45:10. 40-44 – Laurie Palmer 1:39:46, Susan Johnson 1:39:59, Rachel Reasonover 1:43:27. 45-49 – Gyi Wu 1:41:04, Ginny Miller 1:44:05, Brenda Ashby-Hughes 1:44:31. 50-54 – Leslie Ezell 1:52:16, Tanya Savory 1:54:02, Linda Fox 1:55:23. 55-59 – Cristina Black 1:59:53, Anita Burnett 2:02:40, Maureen Boling 2:06:01. 6064 – Martine Carrell 2:13:35, Jennifer Kimball 2:17:48, Erin McGuire 2:19:29. 65-69 – Janet Jernigan 2:17:50. ––Tomas de Paulis

Stanky Creek Marathon /Half marathon Memphis, TN – 3/2 Marathon, Order of finish – 1-Erno Lindner 3:33:40, 2-Josh Giannini 3:45:52, 3-Knute Dahlgaard 3:56:48, 4-Heather Davis 4:11:38, 5-Jim Apple 4:14:10, 6-Jonathan Jones 4:41:11, 7-Jeff Samons 4:47:31, 8-Parker Magness 4:51:29, 9-Creg Workman 4:51:29, 10-Hans Parker 4:55:42, 11-Terri

Harris 5:01:12, 12-John Larson 5:05:09, 13-Sarah Harris 5:09:22, 14-Jonathan Dougherty 5:12:34, 15Craig Avery 6:33:11, 16-Clifton Cartwright 6:33:11. Half marathon, Order of finish – 1-Richard Kearney 1:45:03, 2-Greg Perry 1:47:02, 3-Bob Brunner 1:49:02, 4-Andy Hale 1:55:15, 5-James Holland 2:04:57, 6-Yurig Esperson 2:06:19, 7-Nancy Delaney 2:06:25, 8-Jonathan Sinquefield 2:07:42, 9Wes Hale 2:09:19, 10-Lori Parker 2:13:17, 11-Beth Garrison 2:17:41, 12-Shelly Martin 2:19:03, 13Adrian Martin 2:19:03, 14-Michael Chance 2:19:07, 15-Heather Nichols 2:20:18, 16-Edu Ballepu 2:21:56, 17-Brian Shwer 2:27:57, 18-Timothy Smith 2:27:57, 19-Peter Lamb 2:28:20, 20-Elena Paulus 2:28:20, 21Thomas Ratliff 2:29:31, 22-Amy Hutcheson 2:30:19, 23-Monica Baker 2:30:45, 24-Barbara Jones 2:34:50, 25-Stephen Parks 2:34:50 26-Pam Tupman 2:35:22, 27-Christopher Jenkins 2:38:35, 28-Shannon Mullins 2:38:52, 29-Jennifer Walton 2:38:52, 30-Debby Williamson 2:38:52, 31Bill Goodgion 2:38:54, 32-Tracie Stubbs 2:39:56, 33Hunter Stubbs 2:39:56, 34-Gretchen Deatherage 2:47:03, 35-Judith Glover 2:47:03, 36-James Hartwig 2:49:12, 37-Narayana Adapa 2:55:12, 38-Varma Kosuri 2:55:12, 39-Kevin Heath 2:55:55, 40-Katie Ortkiese 2:58:39, 41-Carrie Fooyd 3:00:40, 42-Emily Kearney 3:00:40, 43-Kathleen Carter 3:03:06, 44Susan Ewing 3:03:06, 45-Jan Show 3:05:08, 46-Patti Pair 3:13:35, 47-Leslie Warren 3:14:32, 48-Kenneth Graham 3:16:06, 49-Susan Shaw 3:16:08, 50-Terri Lamberth 3:16:30. 51-Trina Middleton 3:16:30, 52-Stacy Sheffield 3:16:30, 53-Kathryn Kramer 3:17:03, 54-Jackie Nichols 3:17:06, 55-Alexandra Hartwig 3:22:01, 56Monica Cunningham 3:22:07, 57-Susan Warren 3:22:09, 58-Ram Achanta 3:23:19, 59-Debbie Stevens 3:47:26.

Cedars Frostbite Half Marathon Lebanon, TN –2/8 Male, Overall – Connor Kamm 1:11:21. Masters – Lance Winders 1:20:39. Grandmasters – Timothy O’Leary 1:25:07. Senior Grandmasters – Sam Boyd 1:39:45. 15-19 – Kevin Barrett 1:23:56, Donovan Davis 1:26:24, Michael Maier 1:29:31. 20-24 – William Scheve 1:26:48, Ryne Anderson 1:41:52, Rhett Brewer 1:43:26. 25-29 – Karl Lamke 1:28:28, JD Pollard 1:32:54, Nathan Wright 1:33:12. 30-34 – Olaf Wasternack 1:16:56, John Ramsay 1:20:02, Andrew Wisniewski 1:27:43. 35-39 – Greg Kyle 1:20:06, Jackson Miller 1:20:56, Rafal Nazarewicz 1:23:19. 40-44 – Bryan Jobo 1:28:12, Frank Tong 1:28:31, Dave Milner 1:29:28. 45-49 – Randy Davis 1:31:34, David Canas 1:32:44, John Wilcox 1:34:15. 50-54 – Bart Modrall 1:35:18, Philip Lee 1:36:40, Jeff Whittinghill 1:37:01. 55-59 – Dan Smithhisler

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Grand Prix XXXVI Standings

Standings following the first six races of the season, the Midnight Flight 10K, Run Town USA Half marathon, Pensacola Half marathon, Rocket City Marathon, Winter Flight 8K, and Dasani Myrtle Beach Half marthon. 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.

Male: Open Josh Whitehead (AL) 200 Brian Shelton (TN) 180 Justin Leach (AL) 170 Shane Vetter (FL) 165 J Penny (TN) 160 Juan Soto (GA) 150 Mark Paulson (KY) 150 Erik Debolt (AL) 140 Jeff Dixon (SC) 135 David Meeker (NC) 135 Matt Pulle (TN) 130 Andrew Hodges (AL) 120 Ashley Liew (SC) 110 Danny Goodman (FL) 110 Scott Fanning (TN) 110 Bill Shires (NC) 110 Jay Upchurch (SC) 110 Gilbert Kemboi (SC) 100 Philippe Giguere (SC) 100 Thomas McElroy (AL) 100 Matt Longworth (NC) 100 Daniel Matena (NC) 100 Robbie Fitzwater (SC) 95 Chase Gund (GA) 95 Mike Mitchell (NC) 95 Simion Chirchir (NC) 90 Michael Webster(SC) 90 Martin Conrad (FL) 90 Steven Anderson (NC) 90 Patrick Hunter (NC) 90 Chass Armstrong (SC) 85 Paul Prescott (SC) 85 Aaron Bowman (NC) 85 Daniel Richey (NC) 85 Tom Ford (SC) 80 Averett Tinsley (SC) 80 Eric Kujawski (FL) 80 Jarett Prady (NC) 80 Scott Autrey (SC) 75 Tim Stewart (SC) 75 Robert Lipscomb (FL) 75 Adam Cornelius (NC) 75 Nicholas Meeker (NC) 75 Andrew King (SC) 70 Adam Principe (FL) 70 Josh Shumaker (TN) 70 Milton Matheny (NC) 70 David Brinkley (NC) 70 Dallas Henry (GA) 65 Travis Tarbet (SC) 65 Steve Harris (FL) 65 Phillip Straight (NC) 65 David Payne (SC) 65 Gregory Pfister (MD) 60 Christopher Hicks (FL) 60 Robert Youngren (AL) 60 Tim Anderson (NC) 60 Adam Mayes (NC) 60 Male: Masters Bill Shires (NC) 210 Matt Pulle (TN) 200 Jeff Dixon (SC) 180 Scott Fanning (TN) 170 Richard Rutledge (GA) 140 Chris Kitzler (SC) 135 Philippe Giguere (SC) 110 Christpher Hicks (FL) 110 Brian Sites (FL) 110 Scott Autrey (SC) 100 Troy Godbee (FL) 95 Jon Clary (NC) 95 Milton Matheny (NC) 85 Rameshon M (SC) 80 Andrew Rothfeder (FL) 80 Joseph Fejes (GA) 80 Kyle Shepard (NC) 80 Joseph Willis (NC) 70 James Dillard (FL) 65 Doug Covington (VA) 65 Kenji Heilman (KY) 60 Male: 40-44 Scott Fanning (TN) 200 Jeff Dixon (SC) 180 Richard Rutledge (GA) 170 Kenji Heilman (KY) 140 Philippe Giguere (SC) 110 Troy Godbee (FL) 110 Jeff Moshinsky (TN) 110 Jon Clary (NC) 110 Scott Autrey (SC) 100 Earl Koontz (NC) 100 James Dillard (FL) 95 Kyle Shepard (NC) 95 Brian Clyburn (SC) 90 Steve Ritchie (NC) 85 Hugo Morales (SC) 80 Mike Vanwormer (FL) 80

Mohamed Hassanein (TN) 80 Doug Covington (VA) 80 Trey Brush (GA) 70 Chris Elliot (NC) 70 Christopher Ferland (SC) 65 Michael Kohler (FL) 65 Gary Franks (NC) 65 Steven Morrison (TN) 60 Male: 45-49 Bill Shires (NC) 210 Brian Sites (FL) 200 Chris Kitzler (SC) 195 Joseph Fejes (GA) 170 Byron Backer (SC) 140 Rameshon M (SC) 110 Christopher Hicks (FL) 110 John Piggott (VA) 110 Andrew Rothfeder (FL) 95 Steven Luck (NC) 95 Chris Cowart (SC) 85 Milton Matheny (NC) 85 Bruce Monroe (SC) 80 Charlie Shields (FL) 80 David Prigge (KY) 80 Christopher Millikan (NC) 80 Richard Smith (GA) 70 Joseph Willis (NC) 70 Victor Malpica (SC) 65 Blair Crooke (FL) 65 Dennis Long (NC) 65 Steven Carr (AL) 60 Male: Grandmasters Duane Ricketts (TN) 200 Jim Enright (TN) 170 Tim Stewart (SC) 165 George Dewitt (AL) 140 Tim Kinard (FL) 110 Allan Tetley (GA) 110 Marc Embler (SC) 110 Larry Brock (SC) 100 Tim Anderson (NC) 100 George Meyer (SC) 95 Kent Krisher (FL) 95 Ashley Bass (NC) 95 Edwin Hughes (SC) 85 Bobby Aswell (NC) 85 David Sargent (SC) 80 Bill Eshelman (FL) 80 Stan Ferguson (AR) 80 Jim Bertrand (NC) 80 Dennis Funk (SC) 70 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 70 R.J. Scott (VA) 70 Steve Devita (SC) 65 Ronnie Tibbs (FL) 65 Ali Arasta (NC) 65 Larry Bernard (SC) 60 Dan Smithhisler (TN) 60 Male: 50-54 Duane Ricketts (AL) 200 Tim Stewart (SC) 180 Jim Enright (TN) 170 Allan Tetley (GA) 140 Tim Kinard (FL) 110 Stan Ferguson (AR) 110 Jim Bertrand (NC) 110 Larry Bernard (SC) 105 Larry Brock (SC) 100 Tim Anderson (NC) 100 George Meyer (SC) 95 Kent Krisher (FL) 95 Ali Arasta (NC) 95 Edwin Hughes (SC) 85 Bobby Aswell (NC) 85 Steve Devita (SC) 80 Bill Eshelman (FL) 80 Richard Learned (TN) 80 Eric Ward (NC) 80 R.J. Scott (VA) 70 Ronnie Tibbs (FL) 65 Bryan Meyers (SC) 65 Philip Brewer (TN) 60 Male: 55-59 George Dewitt (AL) 200 Dan Smithhisler (TN) 170 Tony Pearson (AL) 140 David Sergent (SC) 110 Michael Jolley (AL) 110 Ed Johnson (AL) 110 Marc Embler (SC) 110 Dennis Funk (SC) 100 Mark Long (NC) 100 Wayne Doerksen (SC) 95 Jack Kotlars (FL) 95 Ashley Bass (NC) 95 Wilson Twitty (SC) 85 Gregory Kiziah (NC) 85

Richard Coggins (SC) 80 Rob Stock (FL) 80 Jeff Yost (WV) 80 John Evans (NC) 80 Norman Burdette (SC) 70 Dennis Davidson (NC) 70 Jim Fortner (SC) 65 Scott Dawson (TN) 65 William Webster (SC) 65 David Zajic (AL) 60 Male: Sr. Grandmasters Bob Nelson (NC) 325 Wayne Hecker (AL) 200 Butch Holt (NC) 180 Paul Baswell (AL) 170 JC Kelly (TN) 150 Bob Milan (NC) 150 Joseph Peters (TN) 140 Gary Lambert (FL) 110 Jerry Keith (AL) 110 Wes Wessely (GA) 105 Michael Quirk (NC) 100 Vince Herran (SC) 95 Robert Kiely (FL) 95 Richard Hefner (NC) 85 Morris Williams (NC) 80 Sam Boyd (TN) 80 Randy Richardson (NC) 80 John Northen (NC) 65 Don Sellers (NC) 65 Rick Stockton (AL) 60 Male: 60-64 Bob Nelson (NC) 350 Wayne Heckler (AL) 200 Paul Baswell (AL) 170 Bob Milan (NC) 165 Joseph Peters (TN) 140 Gary Lambert (FL) 110 Jerry Keith (AL) 110 Michael Quirk (NC) 100 Vince Herran (SC) 95 Robert Kiely (FL) 95 Randy Richardson (NC) 95 Richard Hefner (NC) 85 John Northen (NC) 80 Sam Boyd (TN) 80 Don Sellers (NC) 80 James Pruitte (SC) 70 David Covington (NC) 70 Buddy Rabun (GA) 65 Kent Nesvik (FL) 65 Steve Griffin (SC) 65 Rick Stockton (AL) 60 Male: 65-69 Wes Wessely (GA) 250 JC Kelly (TN) 210 Butch Holt (NC) 210 Roger McMillan (MS) 200 Kenneth Sirois (TN) 170 Donald Nims (KY) 140 Darrell Davis (SC) 120 Morris Williams (NC) 110 Jack Hasson (AL) 110 Richard Lee (FL) 95 Earl Jackson (SC) 95 David Beatty (NC) 85 John Johnsen (SC) 80 Robert Sergent (FL) 80 Steve Murray (NC) 80 Louis Messina (NC) 80 Barry Bishop (SC) 65 Jim Frydrychowlcz (FL) 65 Wade Clark (NC) 65 Bob Coffey (TN) 60 Male: Veterans Arnold Floyd (SC) 280 Ken Brewer (AL) 200 Guenter Full (SC) 180 Michael Ritchie (KY) 170 Al Klimaitis (AL) 140 Bill Beckwith (SC) 135 Dave Salmon (NC) 120 Gerry Carner (SC) 110 Hubert Lambert (NC) 110 Larry Marett (MS) 110 Larry Costello (NC) 110 Jerry Harris (NC) 100 Bobby Gould (FL) 95 Jack Munich (FL) 80 Robin Foley (FL) 80 Bud Wisseman (TN) 80 Clark Doggett (NC) 80 Jacob Cooter (GA) 70 Michael Rudawsky (NC) 70 Paul Smith (FL) 65 Garry Elkins (AL) 60 Donald Mayo (FL) 50 Bobby Chandler (SC) 50 Male: 70-74 Arnold Floyd (SC) 280 Ken Brewer (AL) 200 Guenter Full (SC) 180 Michael Ritchie (KY) 170 Bud Wisseman (TN) 140 Dave Salmon (NC) 120 Gerry Carner (SC) 110 Robert Lambert (NC) 110 Garry Elkins (AL) 110 Larry Costello (NC) 110

Jerry Harris (NC) 100 Bobby Gould (FL) 95 Jack Munch (FL) 80 Robin Foley (FL) 80 Tom Junjulas (AL) 80 Clark Doggett (NC) 80 Michael Rudawsky 70 Tom Henderson (SC) 65 Paul Smith (FL) 65 Graham Gallemore (AL) 60 Male: 75-79 Bill Beckwith (SC) 210 Al Klimaitis (AL) 200 Jacob Cooter (GA) 180 Larry Marett (MS) 170 Donald Mayo (FL) 110 Bobby Chandler (SC) 110 Elliot Giffen (NC) 100 Joseph Murphy (SC) 95 Walter Pharr (NC) 70 Male: 80-over George Kimberly (NC) 100 Byron Logan (NC) 85 Female: Open Kimberlie Meeker (NC) 290 Justyne Mudy (GA) 200 Karen Becker (SC) 170 Kaye Anne Starosciak (GA) 170 Elena Linn (AL) 160 Blair Burnette (TN) 150 Laura Elgin (AL) 140 Netz Ezer (AL) 130 Kylie Lemon (AL) 120 Kristi Arledge (SC) 110 Bridget Bann (FL) 110 Meredith Smith (TN) 110 Braden Reid (SC) 105 Joan Tangwar (NC) 100 Dee Atkins (SC) 100 Nicole Solana (FL) 100 Mary Chind (GA) 100 Maleah Pinyan (NC) 100 Erin Dillon (NC) 100 Leslie Boozer (SC) 95 Shannon Kohler (FL) 95 Elaine Lawrie (NC) 95 Kimberly Ruck (SC) 90 Morgan Vangorder (SC) 90 Sarah Rowe (FL) 90 Laura Brock (AL) 90 Kelly Lowman (NC) 90 Laura Berry (NC) 90 Katie Gott (MD) 85 Jill Konkol (NC) 85 Dominique Stasulli (NC) 85 Hilary Richards (SC) 80 Erika Shaughnessy (GA) 80 Susan Smith (FL) 80 Becca Murdock (AR) 80 Trudy Gale (NC) 80 Marlee Rhodes (SC) 80 Dian Ford (SC) 75 Carey Huntley (NC) 75 Leslie Campbell (LA) 75 Acquawon Stallworth (NC) 75 Ashley Flick (VA) 75 Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 70 Anna Orndorff (KY) 70 Angie Clark (TN) 70 Brandi Plummer (NC) 70 Ashley Strobel (NC) 70 Dede Spain (GA) 65 Margie Marten (SC) 65 Alexandra Ellis (FL) 65 Martha Motley (NC) 65 Erin Hoyston (NC) 65 Brandi Pieplow (GA) 60 Natalie Ezelle (SC) 60 Jen Warden (AL) 60 Kate Hatheway (AL) 60 Cindy Kern (NC) 60 Mary Barrow (NC) 60 Female: Masters Kaye Anne Starosciak (GA) 200 Meredith Smith (TN) 170 Shannon Carson (MS) 140 Kristi Arledge (SC) 110 Shannon Kohler (FL) 110 Monica Huff (GA) 110 Dede Spain (GA) 100 Acquawon Stallworth (NC) 100 Jane Seppala (SC) 95 Jen Warden (AL) 95 Lisa Godwin (SC) 85 Cindy Kern (NC) 85 Julie Ross (SC) 80 Sharon Odonnell (FL) 80 Kris Huff (TN) 80 Susan Nichols (GA) 70 Dana Hiatt (NC) 70 Catherine Culler (SC) 65 Dayna Jones (AL) 65 Amy Klotz (TN) 60 Female: 40-44 Monica Huff (GA) 200 Amy Klotz (TN) 170 Lisa Logan (GA) 140 Kristi Arledge (SC) 110

Jen Warden (AL) 110 Jessica Myers (TN) 110 Maureen Thomas (SC) 110 Laura Howell (SC) 100 Acquawon Stallworth (NC) 100 Julie Ross (SC) 95 Sharon Odonnell (FL) 95 Sara Mannone (NC) 95 Susan Lowcavage (SC) 85 Dana Hiatt (NC) 85 Catherine Culler (SC) 80 Missy Dunnan (AL) 80 Jennifer Matkin (GA) 80 Theresa Stern (NC) 80 Karla Cook (SC) 70 Cheryl Gregory (NC) 70 Dawn Coffin (SC) 65 Monica Esenwein (FL) 65 Sarah Fletcher (WV) 65 Laurie Palmer (TN) 60 Female: 45-49 Kris Huff (TN) 200 Francesca Muccini (TN) 170 Elizabeth Dean (TN) 140 Jane Seppala (SC) 110 Shannon Kohler (FL) 110 Linda Hirschi (GA) 110 Lucy Nottingham (NC) 110 Dede Spain (GA) 100 Cindy Kern (NC) 100 Susan Lollis (SC) 95 Dayna Jones (AL) 95 Julie Stoner (NC) 95 Lisa Godwin (SC) 85 Karen Ritchie (NC) 85 Kim Roose (SC) 80 Wendy Kepko (FL) 80 Sue Barlow (TN) 80 Rebecca Smith (SC) 80 Susan Nichols (GA) 70 Kim Vollinger (NC) 70 Louise Laganiere (SC) 65 Jane Kersh (MS) 65 Deb Ryan (NC) 65 Carol Bishop (AL) 60 Barbara Schirle (SC) 55 Female: Grandmasters Susan Keith (AL) 200 Shirley Smith (SC) 170 Kathy Tight (FL) 170 Gail Lien (AL) 140 Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 110 Susan Smith (FL) 110 Jane Carlisle (TN) 110 Terry Hunter (NC) 110 Dian Ford (SC) 100 Trudy Gale (NC) 100 Debbie Flynn (SC) 95 Lynda Servies (FL) 95 Doreen Ebert (SC) 95 Jann Stanton (SC) 85 Marianne Holt (NC) 85 Martha Chapman (SC) 80 Brenda Fleeman (TN) 80 Pamela Bips (GA) 80 Pamela Saine (NC) 70 Bobbi Siefert (NC) 65 Cathy Beasley (AL) 65 Becky Cavedo (SC) 65 Susan Lang (TN) 60 Female: 50-54 Susan Keith (AL) 200 Shirley Smith (SC) 185 Kathy Tight (FL) 170 Gail Lien (AL) 140 Elizabeth Poupore (SC) 110 Susan Smith (FL) 110 Jane Carlisle (TN) 110 Terry Hunter (NC) 110 Jann Stanton (SC) 100 Charlotte Matheny (NC) 100 Martha Chapman (SC) 95 Lynda Servies (FL) 95 Pamela Bips (GA) 95 Connie Cauble (NC) 85 Bobbi Siefert (NC) 80 Brenda Fleeman (TN) 80 Laeticia Warring (NC) 80 Sherry Hall (SC) 70 Debbie McDaniel (NC) 70 Sandra Chrisler (SC) 65 Cathy Beasley (AL) 65 Janet McAdorey (MD) 65 Susan Lang (TN) 60 Female: 55-59 Merry Schwartz (TN) 200 Diane Madsen (FL) 170 Suzanne Duvall (KY) 140 Susan Smith (SC) 115 Debbie Flynn (SC) 110 Patsy Watson (MS) 110 Brenda McGovern (AL) 110

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Clifford, Shaw Lead Field at MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon MYRTLE BEACH, SC - Runners lined up on Feb. 15 at 6:00 a.m. for the start of the 17th annual MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon and Dasani Half marathon. Rain showers at the start ended later in the morning, but gusty winds persisted throughout the race. Close to 3,000 runners finished the half marathon with another 1,600 runners crossing the line in the marathon. The marathon also featured a 4-person relay team competition. The half marathon was once again part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Tom Clifford, 30, of Wilimington, NC, led the marathon field, finishing in 2:30:06, more than six minutes ahead of second-place Jon Hager, 37, of Alpharetta, GA (2:36:56). Last year’s marathon champion, Dean Thompson, 48, of Cohutta, GA, finished third in 2:45:20. On the women’s side, Christine Shaw, 28, of Manchester, NH, took the easy win in 2:58:39. Second place went to Allison Pastorek, 36, of Jonesborough, TN, running 3:10:17, with Christine Rockey, 43, of Conway, SC, third in 3:13:48. The male masters were led by Brian Kistner, 43, of Florence, SC, in 2:55:00. Stefano Rosa Ulian, 46, of Greensboro, NC, was second in 2:58:44, while Sadik Tokgoz, 45, of Waltham, MA, finished third with 2:58:57. Mandana Mortaza, 50, of Leesburg, VA, was the top Christine Shaw female masters, running 3:31:03. Jeannie Rice, 65, of Concord, OH, was second (3:35:19) and Kristi Ray, 44, of Charlotte, NC, third (3:37:19). In the half marathon, Philip Shaw, 29, of Manchester, NH, took the win in 1:11:36. Jay Upchurch, 35, of James Island, SC, was second in 1:13:05 and Daniel Matena, 30, of Charlotte, NC, third in 1:14:01. A trio of female runners from Raleigh, NC, led the women’s field. Kimberlie Meeker, 33, finished first in 1:19:51, followed by Erin Dillon, 29, in 1:22:43, and Elaine Lawrie, 36, third with 1:24:06. Bill Shires, 49, of Charlotte, NC, led the male masters in 1:19:38. Marc Embler, 56, of N. Charleston was second in 1:22:20 and Ashley Bass, 55, of Nashville, TN, third in 1:23:39. Leading the female masters was Maureen Thomas, 40, of Myrtle Beach, running 1:33:56. Sara Mannone, 41, of Durham, NC, was second with 1:34:17, and Theresa Stern, 42, of Huntersville, NC, third, in 1:36:41. The PNC 5K was held on the Friday evening before the longer races and had 800 finishers. Matt Shock, 31, of Greenville, SC, led the way in 15:57 and 12-year-old Alexandria Wall of Weddington, NC, was the top female in 20:34. Masters winners were Mark Bedenbaugh, 51, of West Columbia, running 18:57, and Amy Cox, 41, of Newnan, GA, in 22:41. The race once again partnered with the Rare Species Fund for International Wildlife Conservation, a non-profit conservation group located in Myrtle Beach. Runners got the chance to meet some exotic animals from the Institue for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species located in Myrtle Beach. The races also support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of South Carolina and the American Red Cross. Next year’s MyrtleBeach.com Myrtle Beach Marathon will be held on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14.

Male, Marathon: Overall – Tom Clifford 2:30:06, Jon Hager 2:36:56, Dean Thompson 2:45:20. Masters – Brian Kistner 2:55:00, Stefano Rosa Ulian 2:58:44, Sadik Tokgoz 2:58:57. Handcrank – Bruce Newman 1:42:34. 19-under – Chase Smith 3:07:10, Dane Mohn 3:40:32, William Caswell 3:43:30. 20-24 – Jamie Sires 2:54:38, Russell Buescher 2:58:47, Timothy Gibson 2:59:13. 25-29 – Austin Fowler 2:54:18, Jordan Lybrand 3:02:09, Chad Vilas 3:02:37. 30-34 – Andrew Merritt 2:56:50, Kevin Venza 2:57:33, Nate Hearns 2:57:52. 35-39 – Diego Sosa 2:53:38, Gary Wilhelm 3:00:10, Zach Middlebrooks 3:01:20. 40-44 – Jerod Honrath 3:06:23, Ryan Werner 3:09:52, Brandon Duwe 3:10:09. 45-49 – Joseph Korzelius 3:02:48, Mark Martin 3:06:35, Jody Maxwell 3:13:46. 50-54 – Steven Eick 3:04:56, Scott Zubricky 3:08:59, Matthew Mace 3:10:43. 55-59 – Robbie McLendon 3:20:32, Jim Whitaker 3:25:59, John Lippert 3:27:23. 60-64 – Steve Follin 3:18:32, David MacKenzie 3:29:03, Pat O’Rourke 3:41:34. 65-69 – Dan Harvey 3:20:29, Hal Commerson 3:41:48, Jan Hardwick 3:59:19. 70-74 – David Bruce 4:16:08, Jim Sibley 4:22:18, Wade Leonard 5:03:57. 75-over – Ron Findley 6:31:19.

Female, Marathon: Overall – Christine Shaw 2:58:39, Allison Pastorek 3:10:17, Christine Rockey 3:13:48. Masters – Mandana Mortaza 3:31:03, Jeannie Rice 3:35:19, Kristi Ray 3:37:19. 19-under – Meghan Piero 3:56:50, Courtney Keith 4:14:57, Alexis Hartman 4:26:41. 20-24 – Melissa Gannon 3:31:32, Morgan Allen 3:43:52, Terri Bluebird 3:45:29. 25-29 – Megan Murray 3:26:48, Janelle Pham 3:32:04, Jennifer Boutin 3:33:04. 30-34 – Alicia Rider 3:19:55, Alyona Richey 3:25:08, Lindsey Hikes 3:27:08. 35-39 – Angel Gulley 3:26:00, Kelly Lookadoo 3:29:34, Kelly Lowman 3:30:00. 40-44 – Julie Marshall 3:39:09, Rachel Wheeler 3:43:18, Cindy Laton 3:43:53. 45-49 – Carolyn Nicholson 3:47:33, Michele Stack 3:49:27, Brenda Mackintosh 3:49:42. 50-54 – Barbara Wagner 3:43:22, Sandy Henderson 3:47:51, Alice Spriesterbach 3:49:22. 55-59 – Karen Lui 3:52:49, Julia Baxter 4:07:30, Betty Floyd 4:12:35. 60-64 – Margaret Lagnese 4:20:43, Esther Dill 4:41:30, Robin Solis 4:42:21. 65-69 – Marion Landry 5:48:11, Marcia Collins 5:55:09, Shirley Wheeler 6:44:52. 7074 – Janice Hicks 4:46:48, Kathleen Bauer 5:16:49. Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Philip Shaw 1:11:36, Jay Upchurch 1:13:05, Daniel Matena 1:14:01. Masters – Bill Shires 1:19:38, Marc Embler 1:22:20, Ashley Bass 1:23:39. 14-under – Jared Graves 2:04:02, Chris Moutos 2:07:54, Zachary Carroll 2:15:25. 15-19 – Patrick Hunter 1:15:50, Daniel Hull 1:18:44, Patrick Terry 1:19:39. 20-24 – Daniel Richey 1:16:41, Cameron Cook 1:32:10, Will Plautz 1:33:59. 25-29 – Mike Mitchell 1:14:44, Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy 1:16:15, Nicholas Meeker 1:17:32. 30-34 – Jason Reilly 1:16:10, Adam Mayes 1:18:17, David Meeker 1:18:42. 35-39 – Jarett Prady 1:17:41, David Lee 1:18:24, Anthony Greco 1:23:18. 40-44 – Jon Clary 1:24:36, Kyle Shepard 1:24:41, Doug Covington 1:25:36. 45-49 – Steven Luck 1:26:01, Christopher Millikan 1:26:56, Scott Taylor 1:27:14. 50-54 – Jim Bertrand 1:25:61, Ali Arasta 1:27:59, Kenneth Evans 1:28:33. 55-59 – John Evans 1:29:24, William Webster 1:29:30, Jon Wallach 1:32:46. 60-64 – Bob Nelson 1:41:48, Randy Richardson 1:42:10, Don Sellers 1:42:29. 6569 – Butch Holt 1:38:37, Earl Jackson 1:45:50, Louis Messina 1:48:29. 70-74 – Larry Costello 1:53:52, Arnold Floyd 1:55:52, Vince Stewart 2:01:56. 75-over – Bobby Chandler 2:24:22, Tom Clifford Robert Zawtocki 3:13:02, Joseph Murray 3:34:30. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Kimberlie Meeker 1:19:51, Erin Dillon 1:22:43, Elaine Lawrie 1:24:06. Masters – Maureen Thomas 1:33:56, Sara Mannone 1:34:17, Theresa Stern 1:36:41. 14-under – Morgan Roberts 1:49:18, Taylor Koziarz 1:49:37, Murphy Credle 1:52:57. 15-19 – Allison Long 1:36:36, Anne-Drew Bullard 1:43:22, Sally Hart 1:44:05. 20-24 – Dominque Stasulli 1:28:06, Marlee Rhodes 1:29:06, Sarah Loftus 1:37:58. 25-29 – Laura Berry 1:24:53, Reagan White 1:31:20, Leah Korf 1:33:17. 30-34 – Ashley Flick 1:29:10, Ashley Strobel 1:29:13, Erin Hogston 1:29:56. 35-39 – Haley Juno-Galdes 1:32:50, Sarah Fox 1:34:57, Erin Sheard 1:35:05. 40-44 – Sarah Fletcher 1:38:40, Heather Adams 1:38:44, Annah Sukay 1:39:33. 45-49 – Lucy Nottingham 1:38:16, Julie Stoner 1:38:27, Rebecca Smith 1:39:57. 50-54 – Terry Hunter 1:42:32, Pamela Bips 1:48:27, Laeticia Warring 1:49:02. 55-59 – Doreen Ebert 1:44:30, Becky Cavedo 1:48:47, Julie Hughes 1:51:21. 60-64 – Cathy Melesh 1:57:51, Jane Ziegler 2:08:06, Janet Roebuck 2:12:48. 65-69 – Anne Boone 2:05:51, Judy Tripp 2:06:25, Helen Nulty 2:39:21. 70-74 – Jan Sutherland 3:20:35, Shirley Brown 3:23:13, Pat Sands 3:29:37. 75-over – Patricia Becker 3:40:08. Male, 5K: Overall – Matt Shock 15:57, Crew Kosiorek 16:32, Ethan Epstein 17:33. Masters – Mark Bedenbaugh 18:57, Paul Reardon 18:57, Ronnie Grooms 20:15. 14-under – Dakota Mendenhall 18:30, Jack Banner 20:47, Tai Knight 21:01. 15-19 – Ben Schmidt 17:38, Robert Reardon 19:37, Austin Goss 19:49. 20-24 – Keith Seifert 25:50, James Moore 29:12, Derek Nunemacher 31:11. 25-29 – Jeremy Bonser 22:13, Mario Cano 23:30, Derrick Almond 23:49. 3034 – Justin Smith 20:24, William Tiburcio 20:33, Jared Earley 20:43. 35-39 – John Hynes 17:47, Niles Yantchook 18:47, Carlos Ramirez 19:34. 40-44 – John Labelle 21:54, Eric Ward 23:56, James Baltazar 24:13. 45-49 – David Wood 20:30, Steve Movsky 27:24, Rick Buck 27:39. 50-54 – Ken Bowling 20:50, Jeff Love 22:33, Jim Higgins 22:47. 55-59 – Greg Bridgewater 20:46, Billy Mills 23:30, Terry Reardon 23:59. 60-64 – Jack McRae 24:28, Doug Booth 25:57, Phil Robinson 27:20. 6569 – Chuck Peterson 24:37, Larry Varchetti 25:14, Rick Johnson 25:53. 70-74 – Joe Zilka 24:08, Bill Whisenant 34:53, James Burdett 43:19. 75-over – John Ford 32:26, Paul Koelbel 40:26, Tom Dawson 48:09. Female, 5K: Overall – Alexandria Wall 20:34, Jennifer Boutin 20:47, Jennifer Lybrand 20:55. Masters – Amy Cox 22:41, Kristen Fisher 23:24, Angela Robinette 23:54. 14-under – Ellie Wall 23:37, Ireland O’Sullivan 23:39, Grace Stricklin 23:57. 15-19 – Jace Kosiorek 21:51, Wayland Joyner 23:18, Allyson Nisbett 23:34. 2024 – Diana Luu 26:33, Jordan Cook 27:47, Heather Tricamo 30:07. 25-29 – Erin Stapp 26:21, Lori Burr 27:11, Sarah Knowles 28:36. 30-34 – Sarah Cain 22:58, Hannah Simmonds 26:10, Shelley Szabo 26:23. 35-39 – Jennifer Biedler 22:11, Becky Dougherty 22:18, Maria Martinez 23:06. 40-44 – Julie Curlee 24:28, Tonya Gilley 24:34, Alicia Rudick 25:48. 4549 – Amyjo Akin 25:26, Katherine Tate 26:34, Jackie Ferguson 27:09. 50-54 – Laura Justice 25:44, Cindy Fox 30:51, Connie Kisling 31:56. 55-59 – Brenda Rabell 25:54, Carol Biddington 26:29, Marsha Lunt 29:53. 60-64 – Karen Repasky 29:18, Kasey Harkins 29:30, Debbie Robinson 33:30. 65-69 – Terry Whisenant 37:31, Leanne Dillian 43:35, Carol Lenhart 48:58. 70-74 – Judy Kiernan 36:09, Joan Chiariello 41:45, Sharri Hammond 52:14.

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ALABAMA April 5, Anniston - Run Around Town Spring 5K Run, 7:30am. Info: Ann Angell (256)832-9622, annangell@cableone.net. April 5, Auburn - Mellow Dog 5K, 5pm. Info: Big Dog Running Co. (334)209-2580. April 5, Birmingham - High Country 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: (205)822-1750. April 5, Birmingham - JLB 5K for Kids Race, 9am; 1 Mile FR 10am. Info: (205)879-9861. April 5, Cottonwood - 5K Color Run, 9am. Info: (334)691-2587, reinelt.ashton@hcboe.us. April 5, Decatur - 3M/Red Cross River City Run 10K, 5K & FR, 7:30am. Info: beth.tutwiler@redcross.org. April 5, Dothan - 5K Race to Solve the Puzzle Run & Walk, Run 7:30am; Walk 9am. Info: fcheisner@samc.org. April 5, Enterprise - Piney Woods Arts Festival 5K Color Run, 9am; 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: ctrawick@enterpriseschools.net. April 5, Fort Rucker - Survivors and Fallen Heroes 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (334)255-2296/3794. April 5, Golden Springs - Sprint For Education 5K, 8am. Info: Kristie Griffin (256)831-7515, dkngriffin@aol.com. April 5, Huntsville - Run Against Human Trafficking 5K, 9am. Info: dlw0009@uah.edu. April 5, Huntsville - Scholarship 8K Race & FR, 9am. Info: Tab Barnett (256)883-5124, tab@knology.net. April 5, McCalla - Miles for Missions 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Church Office (205)477-6811, ncuneo@mail.com. April 5, Mobile - Run of the Hill 5K, 8am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 5, Mobile - Soaring Eagles 5K, 8am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 5, Rainsville - Run for Uganda 5K, 8:30am. Info: jsayre@farmerstel.com. April 5, Theodore - Bobcat 5K, 7:30am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 5, Trussville - No Longer 5K, 8am. Info: info@nolonger.com. April 8, Huntsville - Double Helix Dash 5K & 1 Mile, 5:30pm. Info: cwells@hudsonalpha.org. April 12, Athens - Chick-fil-A Charity Race 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Matthew Kyle (256)233-8900, 01826@chick-fil-a.com. April 12, Birmingham - Tranquility Lake Trail Race, 3 Mile & 6 Mile; 8am. Info: David Tosch (205)262-9714, david@davidtosch.com. April 12, Dothan - Minuteman 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: Robert Kelly (334)340-8643, robert.kelly.7@us.af.mil. April 12, Foley - Jambalaya Run for Youth, 5K Run/Walk 7:3am; 1 Mile 8:30am. Info: Len Bryson (251)943-7772, info@jambalayarunforyouth.org. April 12, Fort Payne - FPHS Track & Field 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Marcie Davis (256)997-7481, tbroker@me.com. April 12, Greenville - Healthy Kids 5K, 10K & FR; 8:30am. Info: Lisa Nimmer (334)371-2104, healthykidsal@gmail.com. April 12, Hoover - Color Me Rad 5K, 10am. Info: info@colormerad.com. April 12, Huntsville - Superheroes 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Nikki Dill (256)327-3783, ndill@nationalcac.org. April 12, Huntsville - Spring Zing 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Ashley Dehaye (256)479-4747, ashleydehaye@gmail.com. April 12, Magnolia Springs - Magnolia Run, 5K Run, 5K Run/ Walk, 1 Mile FR; 8am; $20 by 4/1. Info: South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce, 112 W. Laurel Ave., Foley, AL 36536; Ashley Watkins (251)943-3291, ashley@southbaldwinchamber.com, www.southbaldwinchamber.com. April 12, Mobile - 8K by the Bay, 8am. Info: Richard Leonard (251)607-9733, rkckleonard@bellsouth.net. April 12, Mobile - Green Dress Run for the Shelter, 5K Run/ Walk & 2-Mile K9 Walk; 2pm. Info: LRH Productions (251)4018039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 12, Moulton - Hornet Hero 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Heather Hood (256)565-1950. April 12, Opp - Rattlesnake Rodeo 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Gary Strickland (334)504-2444. April 12, Troy - Nick Costes 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: Dr. Robert Mathner (334)670-3811, rmathner@troy.edu. April 12, Valley - Beulah Bobcat Run, 10.5K 8am (cst), 5K 10am; 1 Mile 11am. Info: Roger Keel (334)524-2884. April 13, Huntsville - Bridge Street Town Centre Half Marathon, 7am; $50 3/1-3/31, $60 4/1-4/12. Info: Suzanne Taylor, suzanne@fleetfeethuntsville.com, www.fleetfeethuntsville.com.

April 13, Theodore - Running for St. Jude 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net.

April 18, Decatur - Hospice of the Valley Celebrating Life 5K & Remembrance Walk, 5K 7pm; $25 by 4/11, after $30. Info: Debbie Heard, 240 Johnston St. SE, Decatur, AL 35601; (256)350-5585, dheard@hospiceof thevalley.net. April 19, Birmingham - Statue 2 Statue 15K Run, 8am. Info: judyloo1@yahoo.com. April 19, Dothan - First United Methodist Church Radical Run for Missions, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 9am. Info: Ryan Deaton (334)7129223, ryan@fumcdothan.org. April 19, Gardendale - Magnolia Festival Super Friends 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Jay Beard (205)587-5337, bwwgardendale@gmail.com. April 19, Haleyville - Baby B.L.U. 5K 3pm; 1 Mile FR, 4pm. Info: Kaitlin Uncapher (205)269-2197, kaitlin.scogin@hotmail.com. April 19, Huntsville - Cookie Dash 5K Race, 8am. Info: Regena Moore (256)656-3904, cookiedash5k@gmail.com. April 19, Selma - Butterflies and Bridges Run, 8K & 2 Mile FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: Bill Potter (334)875-9065, bpotter4u@aol.com, www.selmacitysports.com. April 26, Ashville - Shoal Creek Volunteer FD 4 Mile Cross Country Run/Walk. Info: Rexanne Brownfield (205)505-0367. April 26, Auburn - Finish on the 50 Running Festival, Half Marathon 7:15am, 5K 7:30am, 10K 8am, FR 8:30am. Info: runauburn@gmail.com. April 26, Birmingham - St. Elias Cedar 5K Run, 8am; 1.5 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Trish Portuese (205)933-8911, info@championshipracing.com. April 26, Birmingham - Steel Strides 5K for MDA, 9am. Info: Casey Ramey (205)823-8191, cramey@mdausa.org. April 26, Birmingham - Mutt Strut 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: paige@handinpaw.org. April 26, Dothan - Superhero’s Run to Prevent Child Abuse 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: Pam Miles (334)671-1966.

April 26, Gadsden - Physicians Who Care 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 9am; $20 by 4/21. Info: Physicians Who Care, 1 Commerce Square, Gadsden, AL 35901; Cheryl or Gail (256)5473124, cpierce@pwcoffice.com, gspotnitz@pwcoffice.com, www.physicianswhocare.org April 26, Montgomery - Walk of Life 2014 5K, 8:30am. Info: Peggy Turner (334)306-2834. April 26, Muscle Shoals - Swampers 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Josh Aycock (601)891-8212, runnerdude413@aol.com. April 26, Spanish Fort - Catfish Chase 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 26, Summerville - Gator Gallop 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. May 3, Birmingham - Run for Kids Challenge, 10K, 50K & 12 Hour Trail Race; 7am. Info: David Tosch (205)262-9714, david@davidtosch.com. May 3, Decatur - Steeple Chase 8K Run, 7am. Info: davidcoon1@att.net. May 3, Madison - Run Through the Roses, 10K 7am; 5K 9am. Info: krisdkul@hotmail.com. May 3, Mobile - Lions Club Tunnel Vision 5K, 8am. Info: David McKean (251)345-9921, david.mckean@wfadvisors.com. May 3, Mobile - Color Me Rad 5K, 9am. Info: info@colormerad.com. May 3, Montgomery - AUM Warhawk Challenge Trail Run, 4 Mile 8am. Info: Jeffrey Vinzant (334)244-3576, jvinzant@aum.edu. May 3, Valley - Run for Valley Haven School, 5K 8:25am (edt), 1 Mile 8:30am; 10.5K 9:15am. Info: Valley Haven School (334)7562868. May 9, Birmingham - UAB National Alumni Society Scholarship Run, 5K & 10K 6pm. Info: (205)934-3555. May 10, Athens - Spencer Black 5K, 8:30am. Info: tereannr@aol.com. May 10, Elberta - Cause Corky Cared 5K, 8am. Info: willislu98@gmail.com.


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May 10, Enterprise - Boll Weevil 100 Bike Ride & 10K Road Run, Run 10K; 3K Bike: 7 mi., 25 mi., 100K & 100 Mile; 7:15am. Info: Susan Steck (334)464-7384, ssteck49@gmail.com. May 10, Guntersville - LNM Run for Hope 5K, 8am. Info: danadanaoverton@aol.com. May 10, Huntsville - Run for Life 5K, 8am. Info: pmholmes@comcast.net. May 10, Mobile - Do It In The Bush 5K, 7:30am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223, portcitypacers@bellsouth.net. May 10, Scottsboro - Inspire Life 5K, 8am. Info: drjpierce1957@gmail.com. May 11, Mountain Brook - Motherwalk 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Trish Portuese (205)933-8911, info@championshipracing.com. May 17, Arab - Poke Salat 5K, 8am. Info: timothyspitt@yahoo.com. May 17, Birmingham - Zoo Run 5K & Fun Runs, 7:30am. Info: (205)879-0409. May 24, Birmingham - Memorial Day Trail Race, 6 & 12 Mile; 8am. Info: David Tosch (205)262-9714, david@davidtosch.com.

May 26, Huntsville - Mercedes-Benz Cotton Row Run, 10K 7am; 5K 9am; 1 Mile FR 10am. Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063, suzanne@fleetfeethuntsville.com, http://cottonrowrun.com. See Ad page 6. May 31, McCalla - Tumor Trooper Run/Walk, 5K Run, 8am; 1 Mile Walk, 8:15am. Info: (404)252-4107. May 31, Muscle Shoals - Running The Shoals Half Marathon, 6:30am. Info: Eddie Mason (256)335-6793, contact@srcse.com. May 31, Priceville - PCRA 5K & Fun Run, 8am. Info: dspch210@bellsouth.net. June 7, Huntsville - Eurocross 5K & 8K, 8am. Info: Keith & Tracy Roberts (256)880-1862, keithroberts@knology.net. June 7, Indian Springs Campus - Hoofin’ it 5K/10K Race & FR, 8:30am. Info: (205)419-RACE, sbrown@doozer.com. June 14, Hoover - Glow in the Park 5K, 8:15pm. Info: triviumracing@gmail.com. June 21, Florala - 5K Alligator Trot, 8am. Info: Karen Johnson (850)951-5385, alligatortrot@yahoo.com. June 21, Rainsville - Rainsville Freedom Fest 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Jerry Clifton (256)717-5650, cliftonj35986@gmail.com. June 28, Tuscaloosa - Hillcrest Patriots 5K Hero Run, 7:30am. Info: (205)369-5401.

ARKANSAS April 5, Beebe - Sole2Soul 5K, 8:30am. Info: (501)288-2123, tonyballardjr01@gmail.com. April 5, Bentonville - Bentonville Running Festival Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: (479)464-7275, lfarmer@bentonvillear.com. April 5, Fort Smith - Superheroes for Autism 5K, 1 Mile; 8am. Info: (479)225-0758, tina.udouj@gmail.com. April 5, Little Rock - Capital City Classic 10K, 8am. Info: (501)231-3730, bjtorrey@sbcglobal.net. April 5, Malvern - Panther Pride 5K, 8am. Info: (501)337-9131, hambyt@magnetcove.k12.ar.us. April 5, Melbourne - Colors of the Spectrum 5K, 9am. Info: (870)243-3829, genafermalyn@hotmail.com. April 5, Mountain Home - ‘Run At Me, Bro!’ 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Vikki Francis (870)424-9090, chris@portalmh.com. April 5, Mountain Home - ASUMH/PTK/Lamda Beta Superheroes 5K, 9am. Info: (970)390-1906, patriciaesperon@yahoo.com. April 5, Stephens - Stephens RoadRunner 5K, 9am. Info: (870)947-0084, steve@fbcstephens.org. April 12, Batesville - 1040 Tax Run 5K, 10:40am. Info: (870)3077663, tcbdp@yahoo.com. April 12, Benton - Run with the Dogs 5K, 1 Mile; 8am. Info: (501)351-0042, shauna.veazey@att.net. April 12, Fort Smith - Run for a Resident 10K, 5K & 1K; 8am. Info: (479)462-1440, abbie@projectcompassioninc.org. April 12, Fort Smith - Miles for Mutts a Purrfect Race 5K, 8am. Info: (479)719-5385, milesformutts@gmail.com. April 12, Holiday Island - Carole Hilmer 5K, 9am. Info: (479)2535986, joaniekesa@gmail.com. April 12, Lavaca - Cross the Pond 5K, 8am. Info: (479)462-9629, wsanders13@yahoo.com. April 12, Little Rock - RunWild 5K, 8am. Info: (501)821-7275, info@wildwoodpark.org. April 12, Little Rock - Rocket 5K, 8am. Info: (501)773-3871, rmcwilliams@lrchs.org. April 12, Monticello - Go! for Autism Research 5K/10K, 7:45am. Info: (870)820-2552, ryanjcopico@gmail.com. April 12, Morrilton - Hoof It for Heifer 20K Trail Run, 8am. Info: info@heifertrailrun.com. April 12, Prescott - Burning Rubber to Britnie 5K, 8:30am. Info: (870)703-7212, lb_williams_2000@yahoo.com. April 12, Russellville - For the Love of Music, RUN! 5K & 1 Mile Kids FR; 9am. Info: ashlea.spencer@ac-me.org. April 12, Stuttgart - German Heritage 5K, 9am. Info: (870)6721425, ontheprairiebayou@yahoo.com. April 18, Conway - Kids Run Arkansas 3 Mile & 1 Mile, 6pm. Info: (501)450-9292, apolk@conwayregional.org. April 19, Alma - Alma Partners 5K Dog Run, 8am. Info: (479)6321953, dthrift@almasd.net. April 19, Clarksville - Bunny Hop 5K, 8:30am. Info: (479)6527394, max.runnerman@gmail.com. April 19, Conway - Heroes for Hope 10K, 5K & 1K; 9am. Info: (501)328-3347, kdull@hopeandjustice.org. April 19, Fayetteville - MANA Spring Fling 5K, 8am. Info: (479)571-6780, carole.masterson@mana.md. April 19, Little Rock - St. Vincent Tour de Paul 5K, 8am. Info: (501)552-3669, tosterholm@stvincenthealth.com. April 19, Vilonia - Fly Like an Eagle 5K, 8am. Info: (501)7439431, john.allison@viloniaschools.org.

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April 26, Beebe - Chasing Change 5K, 9am. Info: (501)8271779, lindsay.sanders@badger.k12.ar.us. April 26, Harrison - MOJO 5K, 9:30am. Info: (870)577-2400, alking@hps.k12.ar.us. April 26, Jacksonville - BV Memorial 5K+1, 4.1 mi.; 8am. Info: Stan Valley (501)837-7055, bvmemorial141@gmail.com. April 26, Jonesboro - Trumpet Trot 5K, 6pm. Info: (870)3079150, joshua.poff@smail.astate.edu. April 26, North Little Rock - Helping Hand Walk Run or Wheel 5K, 8am. Info: (501)791-3331, melissa.franks@helpinghandcc.com. April 26, Russellville - RussVegas Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: (479)970-4394, chris@russvegashalf.com. May 3, Conway - Toad Suck Daze 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: (501)329-5623, tsdr@conwaycorp.net. May 3, Fort Smith - Lei Lei’s 5K, 8am. Info: (479)414-8892, runforlei@yahoo.com. May 3, Jonesboro - Law Day 5K, 8am. Info: (800)967-9224 (x6318), lawday5k@arlegalaid.org. May 3, Marion - Marion Chamber of Commerce 5K & 10K, 5pm. Info: (870)739-6041, diane@marionarkansas.org. May 3, Scranton - Skeet Grenwelge Memorial 5K, 9am. Info: (479)438-3049, llmertin@yahoo.com. May 3, Van Buren - Life’s an Uphill Run 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)474-9401, cfaldon@cox.net. May 3, Yellville - MCSPS Run for Fun 5K, 8am. Info: Mike Rotenberry (870)449-7155, mrotenberry@arvest.com. May 9, Little Rock - MacArthur Park 5K, 7pm. Info: (501)3750121, ccastellanos@downtownlr.com. May 10, DeWitt - Lil Cheetah 5K, 8am. Info: (870)946-1790, 1berrypatch@gmail.com. May 10, Rogers - Kendrick Fincher Youth Run, 5K Run/Walk & Duathlon; 7am. Info: (479)960-9960, info@kendrickfincher.org. May 10, Sherwood - Larry Hutton Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: Sgt. Berny Russell (501)833-3568, brussell@sherwoodpolice.org. May 17, Bentonville - Wildcat Rumble 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8:15am. Info: Greg Cawein (479)426-2993, gcawein@bentonvillek12.org. May 17, Fort Smith - Fort Smith Firefighter Hot Foot 5K/10K, 7:30am. Info: (479)461-9084, hotfootrun33@gmail.com.

May 17, Hot Springs - Norma Lampert Memorial Lupus Springers 5K Race & Walk to End Lupus Now, 8am; $18 before 5/15, after 5/15 $25. Info: (501)525-9380 or (800)2948878, lupusarkhs@direclynx.net, www.lupus-arkansas.com May 17, Little Rock - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: (501)6155733, jenny.paul@girlsontherun.org. May 17, Norfolk - Twin Lakes Civitan 5K, 7:30am. Info: (870)4211825, crystalhckmn@gmail.com. May 17, Poyen - Because of the Brave 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (501)467-0761, klwatson23@yahoo.com. May 24, Fort Smith - CMN Miles For Miracles 5K & 1K, 8am. Info: (479)847-5498, rosiemo87@yahoo.com. May 24, Little Rock - Riverfest Rock-n-Stroll 5K, 8am. Info: (501)240-7405, kmcmanners@gmail.com. May 24, Pea Ridge - Community for a Cause 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)531-2614, braxton_hurst@yahoo.com. May 31, Van Buren - Everyday Superhero 5K & 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: Tara Landers (479)632-6382, tara@morgannick.com. May 31, Wynne - Mucka Mania 5K/10K, 8am. Info: (870)2384610, ecook5381@aol.com. June 7, Gassville - Gassville in the Park 5K & 1 Mile Walk, 7:30am. Info: Jeff Braim (870)421-4151, gassvilleinthepark@gmail.com.

June 28, Malvern - Brickfest 5K, 7:30am; $20/18-up, $7/18-under by 5/23; after $25/18up, $10/18-under. Info: Tammie Teague, Malvern Brickfest, POB 26, Malvern, AR 72104; (501)458-1115, info@malvernbrick fest.com, www.malvernbrickfest.com

FLORIDA April 3, New Smyrna Beach - Southeast Volusia Chamber Challenge 5K, 5:30pm. Info: Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce (386)428-2449, sevinfo@sevchamber.com. April 4, Stuart Beach - Spring Cleaning 5-Miler, 6pm. Info: sailfishstriders@gmail.com. April 5, Bristow - Draggin’ Tail Ultra Trail Challenge 25K & 50K, 7am. Info: Joe Edgecombe (850)774-0018, joeruns@yahoo.com. April 5, Cocoa Beach - Christopher’s Safe and Sober 5K Run/ Walk, 9am. Info: Jillian Sterner (321)799-1863 (x7). April 5, Crestview - Crestview Pregnancy Center 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 8:30am. Info: holly@mosaiccrestview.com. April 5, Jacksonville - Run Your HeART Out 5K, 8am. Info: Elyse Card (904)281-5599 (x15), elyse@capkids.org. April 5, Jacksonville - Running the Blues 5K Run & 2.5K Walk, 8:30am. Info: (904)373-8411. April 5, Jacksonville - Captain Chuck Cornett Navy 10K Run & 5K Walk, 8am. Info: jaxs_nas_mwr_navyrun@navy.mil. April 5, Jacksonville - The Human Race, 5K Walk/Run & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: LeAnn Daddario (904)332-6767 (x104), development@handsonjacksonville.org. April 5, Marianna - 2 Fit 2 Squeal 10K, 5K Run/Walk; 8am. Info: Margo Lamb (850)482-7721, walkrun@mariannaartsfestival.com. April 5, Melbourne - Pirate Plunder 2 Miler, 6:30pm. Info: Denise Piercy (321)751-8890. April 5, Navarre - Michele Hill Raider 5K Run, 7:30am. Info: mhillraiderrun@bellsouth.net. April 5, Pensacola - Escambia Westgate Run, Walk & Roll 5K, 9am. Info: jennyswinehart@yahoo.com.

April 5, Sarasota - Run for the Turtles 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: Paula Clark (941)388-4441 (x357), pclark@mote.org. April 5, Tallahassee - FSU Autism 5K. Info: Jazmin Caton (850)921-0559, jazmin.caton@med.fsu.edu. April 5, Vero - Run for the Children 5K, 7am. Info: Lisa Holland (772)631-6611, lisa@teamholland.info. April 5, Vero Beach - Citrus Classic 5K, 7:30am. Info: Bill Urban (772)569-7364, runnersdepot@comcast.net. April 6, Melbourne - UpRising Fitness Challenge 5K, 7:30am. Info: Elizabeth Ring (321)544-6385. April 6, Sanford - EA Sports Riverdale Dash 5K & 15K, 7am. Info: Fleet Feet Sports (407)708-4604, ahenderson@seminolebusiness.org. April 12, Brooksville - Baddest Mudrun Duel Gold Cup Series, 5K & 10K; 9am. Info: Dan LaPlaca (352)584-7369, dan@forcegear.com. April 12, Davenport - Run4Dreams 5K & Spring Family Fair, 8am. Info: Rich Mergo (863)424-4188, rich@sunshinefoundation.org. April 12, Jacksonville - Tap ‘N’ Run, 4K 2pm. Info: 1(888)2044178, info@jamactive.com. April 12, Lakeland - Autism 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Terry Millican (863)816-5886, terry@cfaii.org. April 12, Leesburg - Spring Fling 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. April 12, Melbourne - Long Dogger Kid’s Marathon (2.62 mi.), & Half Marathon (1.31 mi.); 7:30am. Info: Denise Piercy (321)7518890. April 12, Melbourne - Fun ‘N The Sun 5K, 8am. Info: William Kendust (321)242-2585, willyohyo@gmail.com. April 12-13, Miami - The Biggest Loser RunWalk, Miami, 5K Off-Road Challenge, 4/12: 12:30pm; 4/13: 9:30am. Info: contact@biggestloserrunwalk.com. April 12, Orange Park - Run to the Sun 8K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Free, 9:30am. Info: stridersrtts@gmail.com. April 12, Panama City Beach - Coach Post 5K/10K Run, 9am; 1 Mile FR to follow. Info: coachpostrun@gmail.com. April 12, Pensacola - Navy Federal 5K, 8am. Info: fitnesscentermailbox@navyfederal.org. April 12, Sopchoppy - Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin Festival 5K Race. Info: Susan Brooks Shearer (850)545-6678, smbshearer@aol.com. April 12, St. Augustine - Betty Griffin House 5K, 8:30am. Info: Malinda Evans (904)808-8544, malindae@bettygriffinhouse.org. April 12, Stuart - Brianna Cooper Heavenly Smiles 5K/10K Run & 2K Family Fun Walk, 7am. Info: (772)486-2764, info@bcoopersmiles.com. April 12, Tallahassee - Palace Saloon 5K, 8am. Info: michaelaburns@yahoo.com. April 12, Tampa - Run for Hope, 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Hope for Mattie (813)765-2386, runforhopetampa@yahoo.com. April 12, Titusville - Space Walk of Fame 8K & 2 Miler, 8am. Info: Marty Winkel (321)537-3526, Nancy Rowan (321)749-4494, runsalot@cfl.rr.com. April 12, Venice - Shark’s Tooth 10K, 7:15am. Info: eventinfo@activesuncoast.org. April 12, Vero Beach - Hibiscus Festival 5K, 7am. Info: Janie Graves Hoover (772)473-3410, janietv@yahoo.com. April 12, Viera - Bunny Fun Run and 5K, 8am. Info: Randy Detwiler (321)433-4891, randy.detwiler@brevardparks.com. April 13, Boca Raton - Gumbo Limbo Green Turtle 10K, 7:15am; 1 Mile Trot, 7:20am. Info: (561)361-1950, tvladimir@aol.com. April 13, Clearwater - Iron Girl 1/2 Marathon, 7am; 5K Run/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: clearwater@irongirl.com. April 13, Largo - Miles for Melanoma, 5K 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. April 13, Malabar - Cowbell 5K Trail Run, 8:30am. Info: Renee Clary White (321)698-8954, runsalot@cfl.rr.com. April 13, Melbourne - Devereux Dash 5K, 7:30am. Info: Samir Patel (321)751-8890, spatel@himelbournefl.com. April 13, Penscola Beach - Gulf Coast Half Marathon Series. Info: Gulf Coast Event Group, Inc. (850)325-0131, info@gulfcoasteventgroup.com. April 16, Coconut Grove - FICPA Educational Foundation 1040K, 10K Run 6:45pm, 5K Run/Walk 6:50pm, Kids Run 7:30pm. Info: (305)278-8668. April 17, Jacksonville - Beson4 Media Group Corporate Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. April 17, Orlando - IOA Corporate 5K, 7:15pm. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, info@trackshack.com. April 19, Gainesville - Equal Access Clinic 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. April 19, Hialeah - Amelia Down-2-Earth at the Park 5K Dog Run, 7:30am. Info: (786)385-4204, worksmartplayharder@yahoo.com. April 19, Jacksonville - Strides for Pride 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:15am. Info: Emily Rokosch (904)389-3857 (x212), erokosch@jasmyn.org. April 19, Jupiter - Rooney’s 5K Run/Walk, 7:45am; Kid’s 1 Mile, 8:15am. Info: (561)683-2222 (x141), info@rooneysgolffoundation.org. April 19, Palm Bay - Egg Scramble 5K, 5:30pm. Info: Melanie (321)917-6963, flgirl7927@aol.com. April 19, Pompano Beach - Run Like A Bunny 5K, 7:30am. Info: Gene (954)771-1060, generace@juno.com. April 19, Sarasota - Pinwheel 5K Run & 5K Fitness Challenge, 9:30am. Info: Doug Schiller (941)932-6147, dougjune1@msn.com. April 19, Satellite Beach - Run For It 5K, 8am. Info: TWLOHA (321)499-4901, runforit5k@twloha.com. April 19, Southwood - Easter Bunny Run 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Kyle Shaw (850)597-7616, kyle@manausalaw.com. April 19, Stuart - Shriners 5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: shriners5k@gmail.com. April 19, Tallahassee - Ronald McDonald House Red Shoe Run 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Glenn Burhans (850)445-9152, redshoerun@gmail.com.

April 19, Tallahassee - Lincoln High School Band 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: jlkoch1115@gmail.com. April 19, Tampa - Hare Racing Experience, 5K 8am; 1 Mile 8:45am; Fun Runs 9:15am. Info: Tom Orth (813)374-8907, torth@epilepsysf.org. April 20, Jacksonville - Victory 5K, 7:30am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. April 25, Miami - Bad Prom 5K. Info: (801)981-4235, info@badprom.com. April 26, Bradenton - De Soto 5K Run Before the Grande Parade, 5K 6:15pm. Info: Tom Grehowsky (941)720-1874, events@bradentonrunnersclub.com. April 26, Cantonment - Dump Dash 5K, 9am. Info: Dee Dee Green (850)937-2160, ddgreen@myescambia.com. April 26, Hollywood - The Human Race, 5K 7:30am. Info: Kristina DaSilva (954)233-1293, kristina@handsonbroward.org. April 26, Green Cove Springs - Seamark Mudder 5K Challenge, 1 Mile FR Family Fun Mudder; 8:30am. Info: seamarkmudder@gmail.com. April 26, Jacksonville Beach - Jax Beach Challenge 5K & RunSwim-Run, Info: Nick W. (904)249-9141, artsiom16@yahoo.com. April 26, Melbourne - Melbourne Art Festival 5K Flamingo Run, 7:30am. Info: jakellner@bellsouth.net. April 26, Pensacola Beach - Run for Their Lives 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Shelby Perry (850)469-3447, shelby.perry@bhcpns.org. April 26, Port St. Lucie - CASTLE Stomp Out Child Abuse 5K Run/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: (772)465-6011, stomp@castletc.org. April 26, Tallahassee - Run for Mercy 5K & Family Walk, 8am. Info: Melia Jett (615)831-6987, mjett@mercyministries.com. April 26, Tallahassee - Run Around the Lakes 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: bphippscolorado@aol.com. April 26, Tallahassee - Meridian Run 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Cara Wynn (850)386-6237, carawynn@nflchurch.com. April 26, Vero Beach - Firefly Run/Walk 5K, 8pm. Info: Carrie Biggers (772)469-2060, cbiggers@sramail.org. April 26, Viera - Expedition 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Bryan Moore (321)795-9888, bmoore@eccc.us. April 26, Winter Park - Run for the Trees Jeannette Genius McKean Memorial 5K, 7:30am; Kids Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, info@trackshack.com. April 26-27, Stuart - The Courage Challenge Mud Run/Obstacle Course Race, 5 Miles/20 Obstacles, 9am. Info: thecouragechallenge@gmail.com. April 27, Boca Raton - Run From The Rays 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Fran Nachlas (561)350-5110, tvladimir@aol.com. April 27, Lithia - XTERRA The Claw 10 & 5 Mile Adventure Run, 10 Mile 8am; 5 Mile 8:30am. Info: (813)232-5200, jim@tamparaces.com. May 3, Bradenton - Super Hero 5K & 1K FR, 8am. Info: Rebecca Ronan (214)507-1646, rronan01@gmail.com. May 3, Coconut Creek - Heroes in Recovery 6K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: tvladimir@aol.com. May 3, Fernandina Beach - Shrimp Fesitval 5K Run/Walk. Info: 4info@shrimpfestival.com. May 3, Jacksonville - The Player’s 5K with Donna. Info: (904)355PINK (7465). May 3, Melbourne - Run Thru The Ranch 5K, 7:30am. Info: Misty Adams (321)636-4361, misty.adams@ffbic.com. May 3, Melbourne - Two Mile Bulldog Pineapple Run, 7:30am. Info: Chris Reech (321)536-0759, mhsdistanceboosters@gmail.com. May 3, Ocala - Derby Dash 5K, 1/4 Mile Obstacle; 7:30am. Info: Peggy Recanzone (352)369-9561, marion@pacecenter.org. May 3, Orange Park - Young Life “Going the Distance” 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. May 3, Pensacola - Fiesta 10K & 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: griffpowell@gmail.com. May 3, Tallahassee - Tails & Trails 10K & 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: cara@animalshelterfoundation.org. May 3, Tallahassee - Nene Fest 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 9am. Info: Jessica Kennett (850)241-3283, jesskennett0079@yahoo.com. May 3, Vero Beach - Help Kids Kick Cancer 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Cara Pettit (772)342-6099, carapettit@bellsouth.net. May 4, Osteen - Palm Bluff Trail Race & Ultra, 50 Mile, 50K, Half Marathon & 12K; 6am. Info: don@finalmileracemanagement.com. May 4, Viera - Eat My Crust 5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: Brittany Streufert (321)412-1830, brittany@eventsviera.com. May 9, Tampa - Picnic Island Adventure Runs, 3.6 Mile, 6:45pm. Info: (813)232-5200, jim@tamparaces.com. May 9, Titusville - War Eagle Run, 5K 6:30pm. Info: Cheryl Shivel (321)264-3000, shivel.cheryl@brevardschools.org. May 10, Coconut Grove - Lou Gehrig’s Disease 10K Run & 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: (305)971-5416. May 10, Deerfield Beach - Run For The Roses 5K, 7am. Info: Cynthia Rae Barnard (954)461-5515, cynthia@gflrrc.org. May 10, Jacksonville - Shannon Miller Lifestyle Women’s 5K Run/ Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (877)344-8502, contact@shannonmillerlifestyle.com. May 10, Melbourne - Run for the Gecko Hawaiian Luau 5K, 7am. Info: Denise Piercy (321)751-8890. May 10, Orlando - Fight for Air Climb Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Betsy Sheffield (407)425-5864, bsheffield@lungfla.org. May 10, Orange Park - Run for the Heroes 5K, 8am. Info: Friends Never Forget (904)312-1913, jmain@friendsneverforget.org. May 10, St. Augustine - 210 West 5K Challenge, 8:30am. Info: Sal Palmieri - info@ultimateracinginc.com. May 10, Tallahassee - Marzuq Shriner’s Mother’s Day 5K, 8am. Info: marzuqshrine5k@hotmail.com. May 10, Tampa - Miles for Moffitt, 8K, 5K, 1 Mie FR/Walk & Kids Dash; 8K 7:30am; 5K 8am. Info: Susan Daniels (727)580-1896, susan.daniels@baycare.org. May 10, Vero Beach - Dash In The Sand 5K, 7:30am. Info: Lori Long (772)538-4179, lal2755@aol.com. May 17, Blountstown - Catfish Crawl 5K & 1 Mile, 8am & 9am cst. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. May 17, Cocoa Village - Riverside Run/Walk 3K, 7:30am. Info: (321)459-2200. May 17, Delray Beach - Firefighter Eric Patrie 5K Run/Walk, 7am; Kid’s FR, 8:15am. Info: patrie5k@hotmail.com.


www.running.net May 17, Fort Lauderdale - Covenant House Floirda 5K on A1A, 7am. Info: Katie Scheuermann (954)568-7916, kscheuermann@covenanthousefl.org. May 17, Melbourne - Booty Run/Walk 5K, 5:30pm. Info: Louise Peters (321)751-8890. May 17, Orlando - Run for Rescues: A Fashionable 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile Dog Jog, 8:15am. Info: Helen Preston (407)248-1743, helen@orlandopets.org. May 17, Tallahassee - Run for Wakulla Springs 5K Trail Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Ron & Cynthia Christen (850)9267834 or (850)567-0500. May 24, Jacksonville - Marty Bike & Run, 50 Mile Bike 7:30am; 5K Run/Walk, 25 Mile Bike, Biathlon (R-5K, B-25 mi.), 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:05am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. May 24, Mims - Blueberry 5K, 7am. Info: (321)638-4514, info@gracerescue.org. May 24, Palm Bay - Turkey Creek 5K Trail Run, 7am. Info: Ana Nesbitt/Shawnta Price (321)952-3443, nesbia@pbfl.org. May 26, Orange Park - Memorial Day 5K, 8am. Info: stridersMD5k@gmail.com. May 26, Sewalls Point - Run for the Pineapple 5K, 7am. Info: sailfishstriders@gmail.com. May 31, Melbourne - Homes of Hope Beach Run 5K, 8am. Info: Carrie Blanchard (321)728-9835, carrie2170@yahoo.com. May 31, Viera - CPR Day & 5K Run, 7am. Info: Health First (321)751-8890, training@health-first.org. June 7, Melbourne - Bottoms Up Beer Run, 4K 6:30pm. Info: Anne Gregg (321)652-1302, bottomsup@saaz.org. June 7, Orange Park - Fleming Island Eagles 5K Race, 7pm. Info: (904)240-6054. June 8, Aventura - Cleft Lip and Palate Miles for Smiles 5K Run/ Walk, 7am. Info: Split Second Timing (954)749-6933. June 13, Tampa - Picnic Island Adventure Runs, 3.6 Mile, 6:45pm. Info: (813)232-5200, jim@tamparaces.com. June 14, Gulf Breeze - St. Sylvester Catholic Church Flag Day 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: tsg.napoli@mchsi.com. June 14, Key West - Tutu Relay (10K), 8am. Info: Theme Runs, Inc. (305)747-8563. June 28, Fort Myers - Neon Vibe 5K, 9pm. Info: info@theneonvibe.com. June 28, Hialeah - Amelia Down-2-Earth Trail Run Series, 5K, 10K & Half Marathon; 7:30am. Info: (786)385-4204, worksmartplayharder@yahoo.com. June 28, Jacksonville - Get Inspired 6K, 8am; 6K FR, 9am. Info: (904)413-8491, contact@getinspiredrunjax.org.

GEORGIA April 5, Alpharetta - Dog Days 5K, 9am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. April 5, Athens - Chick-fil-A Connect Half Marathon, 21K, 5K & 1 Mile; 7am. Info: Connect Events (706)310-605, info@cfahalf.com. April 5, Atlanta - Atlanta Men’s 5K & 1K Boys Bolt, 8am. Info: runningnerds@gmail.com. April 5, Bainbridge - Race to Rescue BDCHS 5K & 1 Mile Dog Jog, 9am. Info: Nicole Touchton (229)254-3371, nikkitouchton@hotmail.com. April 5, Bonaire - Run 2 End Alzheimer’s 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 10.5K Run, 8:30am. Info: John Rowlands (478)922-6556. April 5, Buckhead - The REAL Buckhead Road Race 5K, 8:30am. Info: Robin Bone (706)474-8223, bonedudley@aol.com. April 5, Gray - Brazil Jungle Jog 5K Trail Race, 8:30am. Info: brazil5k@plentitudebaptist.com. April 5, Savannah - Red Shoes Run & Teddy Bear Walk, Kids 1/4 Mile FR 8:30am; 5K 8:45am. Info: Bill Sorochak (912)350-7641, bill@rmhccoastalempire.org. April 5, Springfield - Autism Awareness 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Cathy Zipper (912)754-6404 (ext. 1327), cezipperer@effingham.k12.ga.us. April 5, Tifton - Run for the Nurses Half Marathon, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: (229)391-5024, rarnold@abac.edu. April 5, Woodstock - Dirty Spokes “Olde Rope Mill Park” 6.5 or 3.1 Mile Trail Run. Info: tim@dirtyspokes.com. April 6, Gainesville - Trillium Trek Trail Run, 5K, 10K & 1/2 Marathon; 2:30pm. Info: Melissa Reid (770)535-1976, melissa@elachee.org. April 12, Atlanta - Run Like Hell: Pushing Up Daisies Edition, 5K 9:30am; 1K 10:30am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. April 12, Columbus - PAWS Humane Furry 5K, 9am. Info: (706)565-0035, mmcclure@pawshumane.org. April 12, Cordele - 4H 4K Rabbit Run, 4K Run & Walk, 8am. Info: Anna McIntyre (229)276-2612. April 12, Dalton - Run for God - Run at the Mill, Half Marathon 7am; 10K 8:45am; 5K 9am. Info: holly@runforgod.com. April 12, Darien - Blessing of the Feet, 5K 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. April 12, Dawsonville - Redneck Race 5K & Doo-athlon, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. April 12, Demorest - Prevent Child Abuse Habersham Pinwheels for Prevention 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Jennifer Stein (706)839-2008, jstein@tallulahfalls.org. April 12, Gainesville - YMCA 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Shari Lunsford (678)936-1687, shariluns@att.net. April 12, Gray - Phoenix Rising 5K & 1 Mile FR, 6pm. Info: (478)491-1991. April 12, Perry - Perry Dogwood Festival 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Health Walk, 8:30am. Info: (478)988-8852. April 12, Savannah - Komen Coastal Georgia Race for the Cure, 5K & 1 Mile. Info: info@komencoastalgeorgia.org. April 13, Lawrenceville - Run Into Spring Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: dm85247@gmail.com. April 18, Dawsonville - Moonlight Fight 5K, 7pm; FR, 6:30pm. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. April 18, Eatonton - Good Friday Races, 5K 8:54am; 10.4K 9:54am. Info: Bo Ryles (706)542-3390, Roger Keel (334)524-2884. April 19, Acworth - Battle of Allatoona Creek Trail Run, 5K & 9

Running Journal • April, 2014 Mile; 8:30am. Info: Lisa Randall (770)653-4614, lisa@mountaingoatadventures.com. April 19, Albany - Smokin’ Butts 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile Walk/Run, 8am. Info: Bruce Skiles (229)317-6458. April 19, Anderson - Running Thru History 5K Run, 8am; 1 Mile Walk, 9am. Info: John Rosati (478)396-6044. April 19, Atlanta - Refuge Run 5K: Run. Raise. Restore. 5K 7:30am. Info: Seth Lingenfelter (404)564-7743, seth@cityofrefugeatl.org.

April 19, Brunswick - Coastal Georgia Trail Run, 4 Mile & 2 Mile; 8am; $15 by 4/14, after $20. Info: Jane Lafferty, POB 899, Brunswick, GA 31521; (912)279-2279, jlafferty@kpseafood.com. April 19, Chickamauga - Chickamauga Chase, 15K, 5K, 8.15 Trail Race, Scenic Walk & Kiddie K; 8:30am. Info: Rita Fanning (423)309-1278, ritafanning@mindspring.com. April 19, Clarkesville - Spring Fling 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8am. Info: slynh@windstream.net. April 19, Columbus - CASA Superhero 5K Run & 1K FR/Walk, 8:30am. Info: (706)327-9612 (ext. 1506, 1507 or 1510). April 19, Covington - Covington Cheerios Challenge, 10K 7:30am; 1 Mile 9am; 5K 9:30am; $17/5K or 10K, $14/FR before 4/ 11, after $20/$16. Info: Louly Hay-Kapp, 2140 Newton Dr., Covington, GA 30014; Kacie Brown (770)787-3908, kacieb@ymcaatlanta.org. April 19, Cumming - Georgia Peach Jam Half Marathon & 5K. Info: tim@dirtyspokes.com. April 19, Dawsonville - Kenny Stewart Memorial 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. April 19, Norcross - Singleton 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: atc@atlantatrackclub.org. April 19, Thomasville - Rose City Walk, 5,000 Meter Walk, 8:30am. Info: (229)226-9878, rcr@ymca-thomasville.org. April 26, Atlanta - Be The Match Walk+Run, 5K, 1K & Tot Trot. Info: Rebecca Douglas (612)460-4239, rdouglas@nmdp.org. April 26, Carrollton - Run Through The Valley 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jenny Paul (770)301-6916, paul312@att.net. April 26, Columbus - Midtown Classic 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (706)324-2424, gwensass@wynntonumc.org. April 26, Clayton - Celebrate Clayton 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Retia Merino (706)490-1243, aaaraceservices@windstream.net. April 26, Dublin - Chick-fil-A Connect Race Series 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: info@cfaraceseries.com. April 26, Folkston - Charlton County Indian 5K Run, 1 Mile FR for Kids (12-under), 8:30am. Info: Eric Taylor (912)674-5783. April 26, Forsyth - Autism Awareness 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: (478)955-0854, aohfoundation@gmail.com. April 26, Fort Valley - Peach Pace, 1 Mile FR 8am; 10.5K 8:30am; 5K 10:30am. Info: Kate Whiting (478)825-6466. April 26, Lawrenceville - Bear Tear 5K, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr@fivestarntp.com. April 26, Leesburg - Wellness Cup Better Than a 5K Loop Walk.Run, 5.57K; 8am. Info: Don VanOteghem (229)759-1970. April 26, Macon - Oasis 5K & 10K Road Race, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Gay Wall (478)405-5901 (x19), gaywall@gadistag.org. April 26, Marietta - Sope Creek Spring Fever 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Family Run, 9am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr@fivestarntp.com. April 26, Reynolds - Taylor County Race for Literacy 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: (478)972-2609, caryldeems@windstream.net. April 26, Statesboro - Freedom Run, 10K & 5K. Info: Cpt. Robert Gracia (912)478-2329 (o), rgracia@georgiasouthern.edu. April 26, Statesboro - Patriot Run 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, jimshieldsmra@comcast.net. April 26, Thomasville - Rose City 10K Run, 8am; 1 Mile Run, 9:30am; $18/10K, $10/1 mi. by 4/12, after $20/10K, $12/1 mi. Info: Rose City Run, POB 1037, Thomasville, GA 31799; (229)2269878, rcr@ymca-thomasville.org, www.ymca-thomasville.org. April 27, Austell - The Biggest Loser RunWalk Atlanta at Six Flags Over Georgia, 5K, 10K & Kids 1 Mile FR. Info: contact@biggestloserrunwalk.com. April 27, Snellville - Run the April Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: dm85247@gmail.com. May 2, Camilla - Gnat Days 5K, 7:30pm. Info: Jennifer Burnum (229)336-5255, jennifer@camillageorgia.com. May 3, Atlanta - One Love Stache Dash 5K, 9am. Info: run@onelovegeneration.org. May 3, Atlanta - Atlanta Dog Jog 5K, 9:30am; 1 Mile 9am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. May 3, Clarkesville - Relay For Life 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: clopez@sbandt.com. May 3, Columbus - Moonlight Margarita 5K Run & Fiesta, 7pm. Info: Big Dog Running Co. (706)322-2786. May 3, Cumming - Fiesta 5K/15K Challenge, 15K 7:45am; 5K 8:05am; FR 9am. Info: Karen Duffy (678)491-0639, teamduffy@gmail.com. May 3, Dawsonville - Cindo de Run-O, 5K & 10K; 8am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. May 3, Decatur - Patch Dash 5K, 8am; Tot Trot, 9:15am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. May 3, Hartwell - Lake Hartwell Dam Run, 5K Run, 10K Run & 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: Judd Bailey (864)314-4369. May 3, Lawrenceville - Scamper Against Cancer Ansley Arnette Memorial 5K, 8am; FR to follow. Info: (678)985-3921, rob@fundracers.org. May 3, Locust Grove - Haven House Hustle 5K, 9am. Info: (770)695-3121, scarnell@co.henry.ga.us. May 3, Macon - All About Animals Rescue 5K, 10.2K & 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: (478)621-5116. May 3, Milledgeville - Chick-fil-A Connect Race Series, 5K Run/ Walk 8am; 1 Mile FR/Walk 9am. Info: info@cfaraceseries.com. May 3, Tallulah Falls - Light in the Mountains 5K Off Road Race at the TFS Farm, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8am. Info: Irene Gray (706)839-2001, irene.gray@tallulahfalls.org.

May 3, Union City - Hustle for Hope 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Janice Wright (770)969-8354, jwright@swchristiancare.org. May 3, Warner Robins - WRHS Speed Demon 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: bethany.belknap@hcbe.net. May 4, Atlanta - Harris Jacobs Dream Run, 5K Road Race/ Walk 8am; Kids’ 1 Miler/Blonder 1 Mile for Special Needs 7:30am. Info: Pam Morton (678)812-3981, pam.morton@atlantajcc.org.

May 10, Atlanta - SuperCon 5K Fun Run, 9am; $35 by 5/9. Info: Laura Burchfield, 1112 Pine Grove Ave., Atlanta, GA 30319; Laura Burchfield (770)262-3245, lnburchfield @gmail.com, www.supercon5k.com May 10, Atlanta - Komen Greater Atlanta Race for the Cure, 5K & 1 Mile. Info: (404)459-8700, info@komenatlanta.org. May 10, Atlanta - MamaBear 5K and Cub 1 Mile Run, 8am. Info: Mary Helen Marshall (678)595-7786, mhmarshall1@hotmail.com. May 10, Buford - Super Mom 5K, 8am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. May 10, Canton - 80’s Rad Retro Run 5K, 8am. Info: (678)4009050, info@tortoiseandthehareracing.com. May 10, Kennesaw - Swift Cantrell Classic 5K, 1 Mile & Tot Trot; 7:30am. Info: Rachel Langelotti (770)315-6537, rachel@orionsportstiming.com. May 10, Louisville - Buzzard Blast 5K & FR, 8am. Info: race@buzzardblast.com. May 11, Dacula - Mother’s Day Half Marathon, 7am. Info: dm85247@gmail.com. May 17, Atlanta - Kirkwood Spring Fling 5K, 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. May 17, Brookhaven - Brookhaven Bolt 5K, 8am. Info: Ruth Buckingham - thebrookhavenbolt@gmail.com. May 17, Buford - Leave Cancer in the Dust 5K, 8am. Info: (678)985-3921, rob@fundracers.org. May 17, Byron - Peach Road Race, 10.5K 7:30am; 5K 8am; 1 Mile 8:30am. Info: terrell.ellen@mccg.org. May 17, Cairo - Missionette 10K/5K Extraordinary Run, 8am. Info: Family Worship Center (229)378-0970, missionetterun@yahoo.com. May 17, Columbus - Run for Wishes 5K, 9am. Info: Jennifer Simpson (706)662-7919, jennifer.simpson80@yahoo.com. May 17, Cumming - Cross Country Stampede Obstacle Trail Run, 5K 8:30am. Info: Jason & Dana Watson (678)947-4052, crosscountrystampede@comcast.net. May 17, Jekyll Island - Turtle Crawl Triathlon & 5K, Int’l Tri: S1500m, B-29 mi., R-10K 7am; Sprint Tri: S-600m, B-14.5 mi., R-5K 7:30am; 5K 8:15am. Info: kat@peakracingteam.com. May 17, Kennesaw - Loco Glo 5K, 9pm; 1K, 8pm. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, runningmanwest@bellsouth.net. May 17, Knoxville - Georgia JugFest, 5K 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 7:40am. Info: Larry Carpenter (309)673-6459. May 17, Mableton - Mableton Day 5K, 8am. Info: mableton5k@gmail.com. May 17, Perry - Chick-fil-A Connect Race Series 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: aimeel@bellsouth.net. May 17, Ricon - Run to Fund 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk, 8am. Info: mweese@effingham.k12.ga.us. May 17, Summerville - Twisted Ankle Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 9am. Info: trailheadgirl@gmail.com. May 24, Canton - Sutallee Trace Trail Challenge Trail Run, 4.5 Mile & 10 Mile; 8:30am. Info: Lisa Randall (770)653-4614, lisa@mountaingoatadventures.com. May 24, Canton - River Glow Run 5K, 8:30pm; Fun Run, 8:15pm. Info: kimhall2007@gmail.com. May 25, Lawrenceville - Pre Memorial Day Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: dm85247@gmail.com. May 26, Marietta - Memorial Day 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr@fivestarntp.com. May 26, Milledgeville - CBF Salute to our Troops 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (478)986-4908, cbf@mycbfund.org. May 31, Atlanta - Midtown Race for MAC, 5K Walk/Run 8:30am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. May 31, Bonaire - Edge Fitness 5K, 8am. Info: Edge Fitness (478)988-3343. May 31, Jackson - Xterra Georgia “Deep South” 15K or 5K Trail Run. Info: tim@dirtyspokes.com. May 31, Marietta - SERV Race for a Million Meals, 5K & Tot Trot; 8am. Info: race@servone.org. June 7, Conyers - Monastery 5K & FR, 8:15am. Info: revolutionrunning@hotmail.com. June 7, Dawsonville - Bootlegger Marathon, Half Marathon & 4 Miler, 7am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com.

June 7, Eatonton - Torture Trail 10K Road Race, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am; $20 by 6/6. Info: Farmers & Merchants Bank, POB 4450, Eatonton, GA 31024; Derek Hudson (706)485-9858, dhudson@ibankfmb.com, www.ibankfmb.com June 7, Lawrenceville - Miles-4-Smiles, 10K 8:30am; 5K 10am; 1 Mile 10:45am. Info: Barbara Riley (678)871-8150, barbara@amandarileyfoundation.org. June 7, Roswell - River Run for Hope, 10K 7am; 5K 7:15am; 1 Mile 7:25am. Info: Mary Tollett (678)984-3047, mtollett@gmail.com. June 8, Snellville - Rock the Park Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 6:30am. Info: dm85247@gmail.com. June 14, Atlanta - Hands Around the Hill, 5K Run/Walk 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)327-7738, roadraceservices@comcast.net. June 14, Atlanta - Braves Country 5K, 7:30am. Info: atc@atlantatrackclub.org. June 14, Columbus - MSG Jared Van Aalst 5/10K & 1 Mile

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Memorial Runs, Kids FR (13-under) 8am; 5K & 10K 8:30am. Info: (706)464-3678. June 14, Kennesaw - Single Mothers 5K, 9am. Info: josh.walk231@gmail.com. June 14, Woodstock - Hope Mill Half Marathon & 5K, 8:30am. Info: Lisa Randall (770)653-4614, lisa@mountaingoatadventures.com. June 21, Cartersville - Red Hot Half Marathon & 5K Trail Run, 5K 7:30am; Half 7:45am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, runningmanwest@bellsouth.net. June 28, Atlanta - HBCU Run/Walk, 10K Run/Walk, 5K Walk/ Walk & Kids Run/Walk (12-under); 8am. Info: Marck Dorvil hbcualumniatlanta@yahoo.com. June 28, Gainesville - Beat the Heat 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Brent Sexton (770)533-5840, bsexton@gainesville.org. July 4, St. Simons Island - Sunshine Festival 5K & 1 Mile, 7:30am. Info: Karen Stone (912)634-2514, klstone@live.com.

KENTUCKY April 5, Barbourville - No Excuse for Child Abuse Color 5K, 9am. Info: pjhoward@unionky.edu. April 5, Bowling Green - Race For A Wish, 5K Run & 1.5 Mile Walk, 10am. Info: Mary Catherine Kirkwood (270)202-2025, mc42103@yahoo.com. April 5, Frenchburg - Evan’s Difference 5K, 10am. Info: scarter0023@gmail.com. April 5, Lexington - PCAK Commit to Prevent 5K, 9am. Info: ctussey@pcaky.org. April 5, Lexington - Good Shepherd XC 8K & 2K, 9am. Info: gvan0814@aol.com. April 5, Lexington - Lion’s Run for Sight 5K, 9am. Info: information@lionsrunforsight.com. April 5, Louisville - Goose Creek 5K, 9am. Info: nick.price@ky.gov. April 5, Louisville - Ali Shuffle 10K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Ali Institute (502)852-6372. April 5, Richmond - The Color of Maroon 5K, 8am. Info: kevin_morgan37@mymail.eku.edu. April 5, Scottsville - Up All Night 5K & FR/Walk, 8am. Info: wendylou202@yahoo.com. April 5, Stanford - Race for a Cure 5K/3K, 9am. Info: sccdoc.charlotte@att.net. April 5, Williamsburg - Red Boot Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: redbootfoundation@gmail.com. April 6, Brodhead - Brodhead Depot Shuffle 2 Miler, 2:30pm. Info: smproctor@kih.net. April 12, Albany - 5K Bulldog Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: dipesh.soma@clinton.kyschools.us. April 12, Annville - MAN-or on the Run 5K, 10am. Info: pgilkison@elmcroft.com. April 12, Bowling Green - Run With Endurance 5K, 9am. Info: James McDorman (520)909-9682, 5krunwithendurance@gmail.com. April 12, Danville - Color Bash 5K, 9am. Info: amynewell7@gmail.com. April 12, Georgetown - Purple Run 5K, 9am. Info: ardavi2@gmail.com. April 12, Glasgow - Butterflies for Maddie, 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1/ 2 Mile Kids FR, 9:30am. Info: Sherri Vibbert (270)590-4495. April 12, Lexington - Color Me Rad 5K, 9am. Info: intern@rmhclexington.com. April 12, Louisville - Hammertime Hustle 5K Run/Walk, 9:30am. Info: Kelley Dick (502)896-1161, kelley@beargrass.org. April 12, Murray - Murray Half Marathon, Relay, 5K, 7am; HM $50, 5K $20. Info: Susan Davis, 803 Poplar St., Murray, KY 42071; (270)762-1800, sdavis@murrayhospital.org, www.murrayhalfmarathon.org. April 12, Pikeville - Run With Courage 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: laura.kretzer@ky.gov. April 12, Richmond - Excel-eration 5K, 8am. Info: pennymouse1@yahoo.com April 12, Somerset - Annie Armstrong 5K, 9am. Info: gcturner3@gmail.com. April 12, Versailles - ScoutStrong 5K & 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: swalton69@gmail.com. April 13, Lexington - Southern Middle Lightning Strike 5K, 2:30pm. Info: angela.stark@fayette.kyschools.us. April 13, Winchester - Run for the Paws 5K, 2pm. Info: wccpr.aquatics@gmail.com. April 19, Berea - Berea PD Foot Pursuit 10K, 9am. Info: dgregory@bereaky.gov. April 19, Danville - Nitze’s Hippity Hoppity 3K, 9am. Info: nitzeshippityhoppity@gmail.com. April 19, Georgetown - Autism Speaks 5K, 9am. Info: millschiro.jessica@gmail.com. April 19, Lexington - Race Judicata - UK College of Law 5K, 9am. Info: james.pennington@uky.edu. April 19, Louisville - Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon & MiniMarathon. Info: (800)928-3378, minimarathon@kdf.org. April 19, Louisville - Kentucky 2014 Great Amazing Race, 1 Mile w/Obstacles; 2pm. Info: Flying Colors Sports (513)518-0528, info@greatamazingrace.com. April 19, Manchester - Finish the Fight! 5K, 9:30am. Info: carla_lew@hotmail.com. April 19, Midway - RFE Race to Read 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: bbell@raceforeducation.org. April 26, Cynthiana - Earth Day 5K, 9am. Info: cynchamber@gmail.com. April 26, Georgetown - School House Champion 5K, 5:30pm. Info: shc5k@schoolhousechampions5k.com. April 26, Hyden - Run For Your Life 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: msizemore@tds.net. April 26, Irvine - Fungus 5K & 2K, 9am. Info: mushroomfestival@irvineonline.net. April 26, LaGrange - Oldham County Earth Day 5K Run/Walk, 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: Gary Parsons (502)225-0655, gparsons@oldhamcountyky.gov. April 26, London - Walk 5K Run for Life, 8:30am. Info: lclifecenter@windstream.net.


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April 26, Springfield - St. Catharine College Military Appreciation 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Michelle Smith (859)336-5082. April 26, Swamp Branch - Honeysuckle and Horse Patty Half Marathons, Honeysuckle Half 7:30am; Horse Patty Half 9:30am. Info: anthonyskeans@gmail.com. April 26, Williamsburg - Alexandra Hamilton 5K, 10am. Info: randallhamilton@netscape.com. April 27, Monticello - Step by Step 5K, 3pm. Info: info@stepbysteprunwalk.com. May 3, Glasgow - Ely Drugs 5K Run, 9am; 5K Walk 9:05am; Children’s FR to follow. Info: Shane Buie (270)261-1713, shanebuie@elydrugs.biz. May 3, Hazard - Race of the Ages 5K & 2 Mile, 10am. Info: ronald.wilson@perry.kyschools.us.

May 3, Williamstown - Derby Dash 5K, 8:30am; $15 w/o shirt, $20 w/shirt by 5/1; $25 w/o shirt on Race Day (Shirt $10 while supplies last). Info: Marc Tepe, POB 518, Williamstown, KY 41097; getfitgrantcounty@ gmail.com, www.getfitgc.org May 4, Lexington - The Great Cake Race 5K & 1 Mile, 4pm. Info: mdrattorney@gmail.com. May 9, Frankfort - Pro.Active for Life 5K, 6:30pm. Info: ptmomdb@cwiweb.net. May 10, Danville - Jennie Carol Memorial Mother’s Day 5K, 8am. Info: jgtarter@gmail.com. May 10, Lexington - Sharks on the Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: aaaayate2@hotmail.com. May 10, Lexington - Race the Rector 5K & 1 Mile, 9am. Info: jeanellen@sreclex.org. May 10, London - Funky Chicken Half Marathon, 8am. Info: jeff@mpcpromotions.com. May 10, Manchester - Clay Co. Cancer Coalition 5K, 9:30am. Info: tamera67@hotmail.com.

May 10, Paducah - Lourdes Paducah Iron Mom 1/2 Marathon & Relay, 2&4 Person Relay; 6:30am. Info: Amy Peal, Hwy. 60 W, Suite 100, Paducah, KY 42001; Amy Peal (270)744-3701, apeal@goperformance fit.com, www.paducahironmom.com May 10, Russell Springs - March of Dimes 5K, 7am. Info: rockintfarm@gmail.com. May 10, Science Hill - Relay for Life Superhero 5K, 8am. Info: gordyprather@gmail.com. May 10, Settle - KY Foam Run, 5K 9am. Info: Amy Burge (270)622-8171, info@kyfoamrun.com. May 17, Corbin - Moving Forward 5K, 9am. Info: hmartinez0309@gmail.com. May 17, Jackson - Run for the Green 5K, 9am. Info: keith.skidmore@breathitt.kyschools.us. May 17, Nicholasville - RJ Corman 5K for Chrysalis, 9am. Info: kamabuckles@chrysalishouse.org. May 20, Louisville - Wally Bright Bake Off Run, 5K 7pm. Info: Swag’s Sports Shoes (502)368-2443. May 24, Lexington - Dress For Success Walk 5K, 9am. Info: jmonarch@wyattfirm.com. May 24, Lexington - Mary Kearney 5K, 5pm. Info: ckrupasmith@hughes.net. May 24, Louisville - Run for the “L” of It 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jonathan Israel (502)852-6910, jonathan.israel@louisville.edu. May 24, Pikeville - Run Hog Wild 10K/5K Trail Run, 9am. Info: runhogwild@gmail.com. May 24, Somerset - Miriam Beza 5K/Kids’ Run, 9am. Info: miriambeza426@gmail.com. May 24, Versailles - Woodford Way XC 5K, 2K Dog Walk; 8:3am. Info: sue@woodfordhumane.org. May 31, Lexington - Run for the Nun 5K, 8:30am. Info: julbfit@gmail.com. June 7, Monticello - Freedom Dash 5K, 9am. Info: sfetters@gmail.com. June 14, Frankfort - Capital City Stampede 10K, 8am. Info: info@frankfortymca.org. June 14, Goody - Hatfield McCoy Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K. Info: (606)625-5092, tvrrc@hotmail.com. June 14, Paris - Bourbon Derby Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: dottiespears@yahoo.com. June 14, Russell - East Greenup Kiwanis Run By The River 5K, 10K Road Race or Walks, 8:30am. Info: Tim Gearhart (740)5320932, timgearhart@bright.net. June 21, Lexington - United Way 5K on the Runway, 8am. Info: katie.williams@uwbg.org. June 28, Midway - Farmland 5K, 9am. Info: lwatson@bluegrassconservancy.org.

LOUISIANA April 5, Baton Rouge - Seize the Day 5K Run/Walk, 9:30am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: (225)298-5499, (800)960-0587. April 5, Destrehan-Luling - United Way of St. Charles Bridge Run/Walk, 5K & 10K. Info: Chuck George (504)468-1488, chucknorsi@cox.net. April 5, Winnsboro - Franklin Parish GeauxFit Catfish Classic 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR for Kids, 8am. Info: (318)435-7607, info@franklinparishcatfishfestival.com. April 12, Baton Rouge - OCF Walk/Run for Awareness, 5K 8am. Info: jessica.ocf.la@gmail.com. April 12, Calhoun - Run To The Cross 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk 8:30am; Kids FR, 8am. Info: (318)644-5101. April 12, Gonzales - One Can Make a Difference, 30 Mile & 5K Bike Ride 8am; 5K Run/Walk 8:30am. Info:

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onecancharity@gmail.com. April 13, New Orleans - A Run Through History, 5K & 1 Mile. Info: Chuck George (504)468-1488, chucknorsi@cox.net. April 19, Denham Springs - FCA Spike Spangler River Road 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: T. Ingalls (225)907-4067, tingalls@fca.org. April 19, New Orleans - Crescent City Classic 10K, 8am. Info: (504)861-8686, eric.stuart@ccc10k.com. May 9, New Orleans - Bad Prom 5K. Info: (801)981-4235, info@badprom.com. May 11, Metairie - JDRF Run/Walk. Info: Chuck George (504)4681488, chucknorsi@cox.net. May 17, Kenner - Blue Crab Run, 5K 9am. Info: (504)402-7671, johnny.w.braud@gmail.com. May 18, Mandeville - Louisiana 2014 Great Amazing Race, 1 Mile w/Obstacles; 2pm. Info: Flying Colors Sports (513)518-0528, info@greatamazingrace.com. May 23, New Orleans - Greek Festival Race, 5K & 1 Mile. Info: raceinfo@runNOTC.org. May 31, Metairie - Fat Boy New Orleans 5K & 1/2 Mile. Info: Chuck George (504)468-1488, chucknorsi@cox.net. June 14, Metairie - Drenched 5K, 10am. Info: Jill Razer drenchneworleans@gmail.com. June 15, New Orleans - Father’s Day Race, 2 Mile, 1/2 Mile. Info: raceinfo@runNOTC.org.

MARYLAND April 5, Bowie - Chuck Pacholkiw Memorial Scholarship 5K Race & Walk, 9am. Info: (410)279-7164, kprice@pgcps.org. April 5, Charlotte Hall - We’re Looking for Trouble 5K Run/Walk, 9am; Kids Run, 8:45am. Info: (301)475-9118, st.marys.mediation@gmail.com. April 5, Crofton - Force 3 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:15am. Info: (410)868-9218, ccf5k@force3.com. April 5, Hagerstown - The Run for Memories 5K, 9am. Info: info@runformemories.org. April 5, Ridgely - Adkins Arboretum Arbor Day 5K Run/Walk, Healthy Kids’ Dash & 1 Mile Family FR/Walk; 8am. Info: Team TriSports Events (302)674-3213, ray@trisportsevents.com. April 5, Silver Spring - Ben’s Run, 5K Run & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 8:30am. Info: (301)602-7288, clare@bensrun.org. April 6, Baltimore - Red Shoe Shuffle 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Debbie Hood (410)528-1010 (x105), dhood@rmhcbaltimore.org. April 12, Clarksburg - Clarksburg 5K Run & 5K Walk; 8:30am; Kids FR, 8:15am. Info: clarksburg5k@msn.com. April 12, Gaithersburg - XTERRA Seneca Creek Trail Run, 5K & 10K 8am. Info: info@adventuregeekproductions.com. April 13, Potomac - Holy Child Tiger Trot 5K, 8:30am. Info: smontes@holychild.org. April 13, Stevensville - Kent Island Full and Half Metric Marathon, Full Metric 16.3 Miles 8am, Half Metric 8.1 Miles 8:10am. Info: Trudy Humphreys (443)677-0847, kentislandrunning@gmail.com. April 19, Greenbelt - Springburst 8K, 9am. Info: races@pgrc.org. April 26, Baltimore - Believe in Tomorrow’s Port to Fort 6K. Info: Amy Tignanelli (410)744-1032, atignanelli@believeintomorrow.org. April 26, Derwood - SSC Wounded Warrior Run, 5K & 10K; 9am. Info: sscwoundedwarriorrun@gmail.com. April 27, Columbia - Iron Girl Columbia Half Marathon & Family Fun 5K, 7am. Info: TriColumbia (410)964-1246, info@tricolumbia.org. April 27, Rockville - Pike’s Peek 10K, 7:50am; 1K Kids FR & 50meter Toddler Trot, 9:30am. Info: pikespeek@mcrrc.org. May 3, Chesapeake Beach - Run for the Bay 5K, 8:30am; Kids FR, 9:30am. Info: lakellner@hotmail.com. May 3-4, Frederick - CareFirst Frederick Running Festival, 5/3: Kids FR, 5pm; 5K, 6pm; 5/4: Half Marathon & Team Relay, 7am. Info: (410)605-9381, customerservice@corrigansports.com. May 3, University Park - University Park Azalea Classic, 1 Mile Challenge 8:30am; 1K Family FR 8:45am; 5K 9:05am. Info: azaleaclassic5k@gmail.com. May 4, Bethesda - Mark’s Run, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: (301)320-1016, marksrun@landon.net. May 4, Timonium - Dulaney Lionheart 5K, 9am; Kids 1 Mile Run, 8:30am. Info: Brad Jaeger (410)868-9219, info@runningmaryland.com. May 10, Bowie - The JoASL 5K Run & Walk for Mom, 10am; Kids 0.8 Mile Race, 9:45am. Info: info@joasl.org. May 10, Fulton - Maryland Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: kelly@charmcityrun.com. May 10, Odenton - Seven Oaks Elementary 5K, 9am. Info: service@thehomepage.biz. May 10, Silver Spring - St. John the Jogger 5K & Obstacle 8am. Info: stjohnthejogger@gmail.com. May 17, Ellicott City - Hills of Milltown 5K, 8:30am. Info: Kimberly Kepnis (410)868-9219, kkimberly@att.net. May 17, Patuxent River - Leatherneck 5K, 9am. Info: (301)3427776, daniel.hagarty@navy.mil. May 18, Wheaton - Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary Run for the Animals! 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk, 8:30am. Info: (301)625-9321, poplarspringrun@yahoo.com.

May 26, Olney - Jeremy’s Run, 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am; 10K: $35 by 4/30, $40 5/1-23, after $45; 5K Walk/Run: $20/$30 by 4/30, $30/ $35 5/1-23, after $35/$40; FR: $10 by 4/30, $12 5/1-23; after $15. Info: Cyndi Glass (240)4988479, cglass05@netscape.net, www.jeremysrun.com May 31, Annapolis - Zooma Annapolis Women’s Half Marathon & 10K, 7am. Info: info@zoomarun.com. June 1, Ellicott City - Matzohball 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 9:10am. Info: (301)317-1101, matzohballrun@gmail.com. June 7, Crofton - Crofton Kiwanis/Team Surlis Realtors 10K Challenge, 8am. Info: (410)451-3998, marnie_fallon@hotmail.com.

June 21, Elkton - XTERRA Big Elk Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: info@adventuregeekproductions.com. June 21, Havre De Grace - Walk On Water 5K Run, 2K Walk; 7am. Info: (410)679-8681, walkonwater@dstharfordcountyalumnae.org.

MISSISSIPPI April 5, Brandon - Running for Jason 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (601)278-7433, running4jason@gmail.com. April 5, Carthage - Dash for Nash 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 7pm. Info: (601)562-8701. April 5, Flora - Rebel Run 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: bshepherd71@hotmail.com. April 5, Flowood - Run for Blood 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR for Kids, 7:30am. Info: (601)981-3232. April 5, French Camp - Run for the Son, 10K 7:30am; 5K 7:35am. Info: Sarah Skidmore (662)547-6169, sarah@campoftherisingson.com. April 5, Hattiesburg - Rise & Shine Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: Heather Hood (601)268-5723, (601)498-3946, heather.hood@hattiesburgclinic.com, www.hattiesburgclinic.com/ halfmarathon. April 5, Jackson - MSOTA 5K Run, Walk or Roll, 8am. Info: dgoldberg@prcc.edu. April 6, Hattiesburg - Run For The Heroes 6K, 1pm. Info: Joshua Hipps (601)606-3445, det432.5k@gmail.com. April 8, Starkville - Glo4Haiti 5K Run/Walk, 8pm. Info: Dr. Laura Walton (662)325-1570. April 11, Holly Springs - Killer Kudzu 5K Walk/Run & 1 Mile, 6:30pm. Info: (662)252-1862, (800)846-8688. April 12, Cleveland - Crosstie 5K, 8:30am. Info: Doug Pinkerton (662)719-5303, dpinkrtn@deltastate.edu. April 12, Columbus - Pilgrimage Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: bradandmelissa@cableone.net. April 12, Flowood - MS8.11K Walk/Run, 8:11am. Info: Miriam Crammar (601)982-7531, office@ms811.org. April 12, Hattiesburg - Diversity Dash 5K Run, Walk or Roll, 10am. Info: sasw.of.usm@gmail.com. April 12, Jackson - Spring Jubilee Superhero 5K. Info: (251)2463000, tacc@thearcofclarke.com. April 12, Jackson - Komen Central Mississippi MS Race for the Cure, 10K/5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Catherine Young (601)9323999, info@komencentralms.org. April 12, Lake - One Way 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jerry Lewis (601)480-7868. April 12, Lucedale - Hippity Hop for Your Heart 5K Fun Run, 8:30am. Info: LRH Productions (251)401-8039, mlolive@bellsouth.net. April 12, Pass Christian - Gulf Coast Classic 10K & 2 Mile, 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. April 12, Prentiss - Run for the Roses 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (601)792-5142 (d), (601)792-2421 (e). April 12, Seminary - Seminary Baptist Church 5 “Cai” Run, 5K 8am. Info: Sara Scott (601)517-4767, sara.l.scott@eagles.usm.edu. April 12, Starkville - Old Cotton Mill 5K & 1 Mile Family FR, 8am. Info: Kristen Coghlan (662)312-5798, kcoghlan@garan.com. April 19, Hattiesburg - “Rotary Run” 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile Family FR/Walk, 8:10am. Info: nadermed@comast.net. April 19, Summit - Fill Your Heart...And Kick Cancer With CJ, 10K Run, 5K Run & 5K Walk 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30oam. Info: (601)684-8797. April 26, Ellisville - Hot Coffee Hunts for Heroes Country Fair, 5K Race 8am; 1 Mile FR/Walk 9am. Info: Reba Peden (601)594-3488, rpeden88@gmail.com. April 26, Flowood - Racing for Donation 8K-MORA, 7:30am. Info: Becky Pierson (601)933-1000, bpierson@msora.org. April 26, Hattiesburg - iRun for Students 5K Race & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Ryan Kelly (601)318-6536, ryan.kelly@wmcarey.edu. April 26, Jackson - Warrior Dash, 3.34 mi/12 obstacles; 8:30am. Info: (312)262-6099. April 26, Jackson - Governor Phil Bryant’s Run for Health 5K Run, 5K Walk & Kids Run; 8am. Info: (601)359-3150. April 26, Kosciusko - Renasant Bank Run, 5K Run 8am; 5K Walk 8:01am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: mstrackclub@aol.com. April 26, Mendenhall - Fallen Not Forgotten 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Amber Wallace (601)847-2155, awallace@simpsoncountysheriff.com. April 26, Oxford - Double Decker Spring Run, 5K & 10K; 7:30am. Info: Pam Swain (662)234-4651, pam@oxfordms.com. April 26, Ridgeland - 5K for the Fatherless, 8:15am. Info: Rick Valore (601)709-9007, (601)790-1144. rick@200millionflowers.org. April 26, Star - Rabbit Run 5K, 10K & FR; 9am. Info: Gina Hall (601)842-7947, rabbitrunstar@yahoo.com. April 26, Starkville - Historic Starkvegas 10K, 5K, Family FR; 8am. Info: Michelle Jones (601)507-7222, historicstarkville@gmail.com. April 26, Sumrall - Keep Calm And Stache On 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: Mandi Stringer (601)325-1539, mandistringer@yahoo.com. May 3, Collins - Okatoma River Run, 5K Run/Walk 8am; 1 Mile Children’s FR to follow. Info: Marie Shoemake (601)765-6012. May 3, Collinsville - Knight Run 5K, 8am. Info: Steven Sullivan (601)917-6602, scoutmaster@troop-16.com.

May 3, Corinth - Corinth Coca-Cola Classic 10K Run (Coke 10K), Wheelchair 8:25am; Race 8:30am; $20 by 4/14, $25 by 5/2, No RD registration. Info: Coke 10K, POB 239, Corinth, MS 38835; Mona Grady (662)2844858, coke10k@corinth.ms, www.coke10k.com. May 3, Greenville - YMCA Cotton Classic 10K Run, 8am; 5K Walk, 8:05am. Info: Mickie Sandidge (662)335-7258,

hcymca@suddenlinkmail.com. May 3, Hattiesburg - Walk Run Wag 5K & Fun Run, 5K 8am; 5K Run w/Dogs 8:10am; FR 9:15am. Info: walkrunwag2014@gmail.com. May 3, Jackson - Be Fit 4 Life, 5K Run/Walk & 10K 8:15am; 1 Mile FR to follow. Info: (601)948-6111. May 3, Raymond - Ainsley’s Angels Mississippi 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (601)672-2495. May 10, Brookhaven - Doll’s House 5K, 7am. Info: (601)7576409, mcase201012@gmail.com. May 10, Jackson - Christ United Methodist Church 5K Run, 5K Walk & 1 Mile Run; 8am. Info: rhonda@christunitedjxn.org. May 10, Magee - Mother’s Day Dash 5K Trail Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Angel Overstreet (601)941-9407, angelover@bellsouth.net. May 10, Ridgeland - Way to Go 5.29K Run/Walk, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Claire Whittington (601)359-5256, claire.whittington@treasury.ms.gov. May 17, Brookhaven - Dash Against Traffick, 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: Maggi White (601)754-3523, maggi.white@hotmail.com. May 17, Cleveland - 5Kard Poker Run 5K, 8am. Info: Cassie Shaw (662)719-9389, cshaw@planters-bank.com. May 17, Gulfport - Pursuit of Fun 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. May 17, Meridian - Words to Live By 10K, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Steven Sullivan (601)701-6418, scoutmaster@troop-16.com. May 24, Waveland - St. Clare Seafood Festival 5K, 8am. Info: Mikelle Williamson (228)547-4852, mik1965@bellsouth.net. June 7, Hattiesburg - Pump and Run 5K, 8am-9am-bench press, 5K Run 9:3am. Info: Jay (601)497-8682, js8cop@msn.com. June 14, Grenada - Thunder on Water 8K Run & 5K Walk, 7:30am. Info: Will Goff (662)809-8440, will_elmer@yahoo.com. June 14, Pascagoula - Chevron Charity Run 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Leonard (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. June 21, Leland - Hotter than Hades Tribbett Half Marathon, 6am. Info: Jamie Murrell (662)347-2920, tribbetthalfmarathon@gmail.com. June 28, Crystal Springs - Tomato Festival 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 7am. Info: (601)892-1711.

NORTH CAROLINA April 1, Albemarle - 5th & Perhaps the Last April Fools Day 500,000 Centimeter (5K) Classic, 6:30pm. Info: Vac & Dash (704)983-3274, peter@vacanddash.com. April 5, Albemarle - Vac & Dash Moonlight 1/2 Marathon, 9pm; 5K, 7pm. Info: Christy Bogle (704)982-6916, cbogle@unitedwaystanly.org. April 5, Ansonville - Five Alarm 5K, 8am. Info: Courtney Sikes (704)272-0136, cmccall0@email.cpcc.edu. April 5, Asheboro - 5K Walk/Run for Asheboro Shelter of Hope, 9am; Tot Trot to follow; W/C div. Info: Lansing Brewer (336)3180012, (336)301-2658, lansingbrewer@yahoo.com. April 5, Bermuda Run - Cougar Challenge 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8:30am. Info: Benji Jones (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 5, Black Mountain - Greenway Challenge 5K & 10K, 2pm. Info: Pete Ripmaster (970)708-9000, greenwaychallenge@gmail.com. April 5, Bryson City - Nantahala Hilly Half Marathon & 5K, 9am. Info: sean@runbum.com. April 5, Cary - Cary Road Race, 10K 8:30am; 5K 9:45am; 1 Mile 10:30am. Info: Ronnie Rost (919)816-7834, ronnie.rost@townofcary.org. April 5, Cary - “Wake Up and Run”, 5K 9am; Kid’s Dash 10am. Info: kmbumgarner@gmail.com. April 5, Chapel Hill - Heels for Healing 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:55am. Info: Erin LePage (919)819-0476, uncans5k@gmail.com. April 5, Charlotte - Bulldog 5K, 8am. Info: drubinich@omegasports.net. April 5, Charlotte - Mountain Island Day 5K, 8am. Info: heim.dawn@yahoo.com. April 5, Charlotte - Cookies for Kids’ Cancer 5K, 9:30am. Info: cfkc5k@gmail.com. April 5, Charlotte - Know Your Craft 5K, 9am. Info: (888)7205787, info@s2fcharlotte.com. April 5, Clemmons - Davie County Young Life 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: jghepler@gmail.com. April 5, Concord - Puppy Rescue 5K & FR, 9am. Info: Cathy 5k@thepuppyrescue.com. April 5, Cullowhee - Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:15am. Info: Shauna Sage (828)227-8803, valleyofthelilies@wcu.edu. April 5, Durham - Carrie Shoemaker 5K, 9am. Info: Anna Reinhart (410)693-2087, 2014carrieshoemaker5k@gmail.com. April 5, Elizabethtown - 8K Trail Run, 8:30am. Info: Tina Mundy (910)991-5149. April 5, Fayetteville - Camp Dixie 5K & 1 Mile Kids FR, 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 5, Greenville - Canine Crawl Pet Festival 5K & 1 Mile Fun Walk, 3pm. Info: Bethann Wilkie (252)333-4444. April 5, Hollister - Medoc Spring Races, 7.45 Miles; 9am. Info: TarRiverRunningCo@gmail.com. April 5, Hope Mills - Run for Global Education 5K, 8am. Info: dawnhoyt@ccs.k12.nc.us. April 5, Huntersville - Hope and Healing 5K, 8am. Info: Bear Robinson (704)301-5932, hardcoreseriousfitness@gmail.com. April 5, Kannapolis - Feeding Frenzy 5K, 9am. Info: Natalie Atwell (980)621-7815, feedingfrenzy5k@gmail.com. April 5, Lenoir - Hibriten Hill Run, 3.5 Mile; 9am. Info: Debbie Eller (828)759-2852, ciscaldwell@bellsouth.net. April 5, Matthews - Matthew 5:41 Trail Run/Walk 5K, 9am. Info: Michael Crisp (704)860-8246, matthew541ministries@yahoo.com. April 5, Monroe - Earth Day 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: Nicole Hatch (704)649-7436, hatchnik@gmail.com. April 5, Morehead - Run Like a Kid 10K, 5K & Family Fun Mile Run; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com.


www.running.net April 5, Pittsboro - Run For The Mariners 5K & Obstacle, 8am. Info: Perry Harrision School PTA (919)967-0715, president@phspta.org. April 5, Powell’s Point - WestSide Athletic Club 3-ATHLON 5K, 9am. Info: Ed Beckley (252)256-1084, ejbeckleyjr@yahoo.com. April 5, Princeton - PHS Senior Stampede 5K Fun Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Lori Edwards (919)901-2787, ecpirate22@gmail.com. April 5, Raeford - Run for the Ribbons 5K, 9am; Family Fun 1K, 10:30am. Info: info@runfortheribbons5k.com. April 5, Raleigh - Dog Day Fun Run, 5K, 2 Mile Dog Walk; 11am. Info: jmalato@ncsu.edu. April 5, Rockwell - East Rowan Diamond Sports 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:50am. Info: Ricky Slaydon (704)239-1798, rdslaydon@gmail.com. April 5, Salisbury - Warrior Way 5K Trail Run, 9:30am; FR, 9am. Info: Ester Marsh (704)636-0111, emarsh@rowanymca.org. April 5, Taylorsville - Robin’s Run, 5K Run/Walk 9am; 1 Mile FR 8:30am. Info: info@queencitytiming.com. April 5, Wallace - Superhero 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kid’s FR, 8am. Info: (910)665-9870, superhero5krace@gmail.com. April 5, Washington - Young Life 5K Glow Race, 7pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 5, Wilson - Subway Sprint 5K, 10am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 5, Wilmington - Azalea Festival Big Buddy 5K, 10K & Fun Walk; 8am; Mayfair Town Center; $30 by 3/29, after $35. Info: Annie Anthony (910)392-8180, cfvcdirector@gmail.com, www.azaleafestivalbigbuddy5k.com, Register at: www.active.com. April 5, Winston-Salem - El Buen Camino 5K, 9am. Info: elbuencamino5k@gmail.com. April 6, Candler - Hope Chest for Women’s Conquer a Cove 5K Run & Walk, 2pm; 1/4 Mile Kid’s Run, 1:15pm. Info: Vonda Seals (828)708-3034, vseals@hopechestforwomen.org. April 6, Winterville - PCC Bulldog Run 5K, 1 Mile Family Run/ Walk & Kids Dash; 2pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 11, Lexington - Itty Bitty Kiddie Glow Run 5K, 8:30pm. Info: maryd@partnershipforchildren.org. April 11, Waxhaw - Waxhaw Town & Country 5K, 7pm. Info: waxhawrun@gmail.com. April 12, Banner Elk - Run For Wildlife 1/2 Marathon, 8:30am; 5K, 9:30am. Info: Shannon (828)406-2472, swooten81@ gmail.com. April 12, Belmont - MICS Bring Spring 5K, 9am. Info: Allison Bond (704)877-4401, allison4401@gmail.com. April 12, Blowing Rock - Chetola Resort’s Corkscrew 5K, 8:30am. Info: Gary Woolard (828)295-5533, gwoolard@chetola.com. April 12, Bryson - Spring Color Fun Run, 5K 4pm. Info: brysoncityrotaryclub@gmail.com. April 12, Cary - Greater Raleigh Young Life 5K, 1.5 Miles; 9am. Info: Hannah Williams (919)833-6576, greaterraleighyounglife@ gmail.com. April 12, Catawba - CVCC Run of the Mill, 5K 9am. Info: raceinfo@cvcc.edu. April 12, Chapel Hill - 5K for Fitness Walk/Run, 9am. Info: Christine Cotton (919)968-8819, cmcotton11@yahoo.com. April 12, Chapel Hill - Briar Chapel 5K & Kids Dash; 9:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 12, Charlotte - Charlotte RaceFest Half Marathon & 10K, 7:30am. Info: (704)377-8786, charlotterunning@bellsouth.net. April 12, Davidson - Pawz Too Run IV, 5K & Dog Walk 8:30am. Info: Joanna Copio (704)235-5300, pawztoorun@ friendsoftheanimals.net. April 12, Elkin - Habitat Hammer 5K, 8am. Info: (336)526-2277, habitat@uyvhabitat.org. April 12, Gastonia - Run for the Money 12, 5K Run & 2K Walk. Info: Erin Welsch (704)864-0927, ewelsch@cfgaston.org. April 12, Goldsboro - Greater Goldsboro 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 12, Greenville - Eastern Run/Walk for Autism, 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 9am; $25 by 4/7. Info: Macy Russell, 505 Oberlin Rd., Ste. 230, Raleigh, NC 27605; (919)865-5051, mrussell@autismsociety-nc.org, www.runwalkforautism.org. April 12, Greenville - Pirate Alumni Road Race & 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Shawn Moore (800)ECU-GRAD, shawn.moore@ piratealumni.com. April 12, Harrisburg - Harrisburg 5K, 8am. Info: Mandie Condie (704)454-7800 (x323), mcondie@cannonymca.org.

April 12, Hickory - Hike for Hope +5K, 5K, 1pm; $25 by 4/11, after $35. Info: ALFA Hike for Hope, 1120 Fairgrove Church Rd, Hickory, NC 28602; (828)850-2704, hikestaff@alfahikeforhope.org, www.alfahikeforhope.org. April 12, Holly Springs - Run for the Ridge, 5K Run/Walk 9am. Info: Michelle Hackman (910)859-9501, alyssa@its-go-time.com. April 12, Kernersville - Kernersville 5K BEAST Run, 9am. Info: Sharon Williams (336)996-3062, swilliams@toknc.com. April 12, Kernersville - Caleb’s Creek Elementary Run for Reading 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Jolie Lecnar (336)703-6757, calebscreek5k@yahoo.com. April 12, Lumberton - Colors of Cancer Color Run 5K, 9am. Info: Nicole Brooks (910)671-6218, Karen Godwin (910)7375043. April 12, Mars Hill - Fiddlin’ 5K “Run for the Music”, 9am. Info: Hannah Furgiuele (828)689-1571, hfurgiuele@mhu.edu. April 12, Oak Island - Oak Island Lighthouse Run & Walk, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 8:30am. Info: Michelle Hackman (910)8599501, alyssa@its-go-time.com. April 12, Ocean Isle Beach - Naberdodge.com 5K - YCC Run Series, 8am. Info: Aileen Sutton (910)251-9622 (x266), aileen.sutton@wilmingtonfamilymca.org. April 12, Salisbury - Be the Feet 5K, 11am. Info: Zachary File (704)502-4729, missions@gracebiblerockwell.com.

Running Journal • April, 2014 April 12, Wilkesboro - Dixie Dash 5K Challenge, 9am. Info: Brian A. Johnson (336)696-7868, racedirectorovt@gmail.com. April 12, Winston-Salem - Hospice Hope Run, 10K Run 9am; 5K Run/Walk 9:15am; Deacon Dash (8-under), 10:30am. Info: (336)7683972. April 13, Asheville - CarePartners Spring Fling 5K & Fun Run for United Way, 3pm. Info: pgriffin@carepartners.org. April 13, Asheville - Run for the Paws, 5K & 1 Mile Walk; 1pm. Info: Greg Duff (828)452-5572, greg@gloryhoundevents.com. April 13, China Grove - Cougar Prowl 5K Run/Walk, 2pm; FR, 2:45pm. Info: Allyson Hunter (704)637-3253, hunterag@rss.k12.nc.us. April 18, Boiling Springs - Run For Glory 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Bubba Anthony (704)434-7831, (704)418-4402, gottarun2@carolina.rr.com. April 19, Asheville - Rotary Ray of Hope 5K Run. Info: ppratt@silverhawkassoc.com.

April 19, Brevard - Morris Broadband 10K Trail Race at Dupont Forest, 9am; $40 by 4/15, $50 race day (250 runner field limit). Info: Greg Walker 4005 Hendersonville Road, Fletcher, NC 28732, (828)687-0751, g.walker@ fletchernc.org, www.imathlete.com April 19, Dunn - The Journey 5K, 9am. Info: pastorterri@itsajourney.org. April 19, Greensboro - Hamilton Lakes 5K & 10K, 3pm (Note Date Change). Info: Rich Swor (313)304-0903, rich@triviumracing.com. April 19, Greenville - Bunny Chase 5K, 1 Mile FR/Walk & Kids Dash; 8:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 19, Lake Junaluska - Friends of the Lake 5K Race, 9am; 5K Family Walk, 9:10am; 1/2 Mile FR for Kid (10-under), 10am. Info: (828)452-2881. April 19, Pine Level - PLVFD Remembrance 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: plvfd.remembrance.5k@gmail.com. April 19, Raleigh - NCVAN 5K, 8am; Kid’s Dash, 9am. Info: Elizabeth Watson (919)831-2857, elizabeth@nc-van.org.

April 19, Valdese - Wildcat Baseball Easter Egg 5K - Draughn High School, 9am; $15 by 4/15, $20 after 4/15. Info: Robert Murray (828)443-4216 (c), www.burke.k12.nc.us/schools/dhs April 19, Winston-Salem - Lillie’s Friends 5K, 8am. Info: info@lilliesfriends.org.

April 25-26, Brevard to Bryson City - Smoky Mountain Relay, 212.5 miles, 5am-3pm, $110 per person 1/1-4/5, $200 late. Info: (828)2805184, jim@smokymountainrelay.com, www.smokymountainrelay.com April 25-27, Charlotte - Tuck Fest - Races/Competitions, 4/25 (5pm); 4/26 (8am); 4/27 (9am). Info: Race Dir. (704)391-3900, racedirector@usnwc.org. April 25, Mebane - Mebane Dogwood Festival 5K Night Run, 6:30pm. Info: Tara (919)304-3788, carolinadc78@gmail.com.

April 26, Asheboro - Randolph County 5K Health Run & Smile Mile, 5K 8:15am; 1 Mile 9am; $15/5K by 4/1, after $25; $5/1 Mile by 4/ 1, after $10/1 Mile. Info: Randolph Road Runners, 300 Foust St., Asheboro, NC 27203; Jim Rich (336)625-2044, www.randolphroadrunners.org April 26, Brevard - Legacy Run, 15K 7:30am; 5K 7:40am; Kid’s FR 9:30am. Info: candice@inheritanceofhope.org.

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)4501342, lejgrandprix@usmc-mccs.org, www.mccslejeune.com/grandprix. See Ad page 11. April 26, Charlotte - CPCC Charlotte Skyline Run, 1 Mile Run 7:45am; 5K Run, 5K Walk for Health & Baby Jogger 5K, 8am; Tot Trot 9am. Info: (704)358-0717, registration@runforyourlife.com. April 26, Durham - Duke Angels Among Us 5K, 8am. Info: (919)684-4784, ellen.stainback@duke.edu. April 26, Greenville - Tonight, yes Tonight! 5K, 6:30pm. Info: sidbradsher@gmail.com. April 26, Laurinburg - FUNd Run-4-Life, 1/2 Marathon, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 1/2 Marathon 8am; 5K 8:30am. Info: Heather Evans (910)291-7543, heather.evans@scotlandhealth.org. April 26, Matthews - Sandy Feet 5K, 7am. Info: Dawn Folmar (704)847-4266 (x228), dawn@habitatmatthews.org. April 26, Morehead - Lookout Rotary Road Race, 10K/5K Run, 5K Fitness Walk, 1 Mile FR, Fitness Walk & Tot Push/Pull; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 26, Mount Olive - Cuke Patch 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 26, Ocracoke - Ocracoke Island 10K, 5K & 1 Mile Family FR; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 26, Raleigh - Run for Our Heroes, 5K 9am; Kid’s Dash 10am. Info: Kim Swinson (919)369-6180, runforourheroes@aol.com.

April 26, Spruce Pine - Run For Holland 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Adam Burleson (828)385-2341, burleson.adam@gmail.com, http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/ sprucepinelionsclub/page-8.php. April 26, Waynesville - 5KARE/Fun Run, 1K 8:30am; 5K 9am. Info: Paige Gilliland (828)456-8995, epjones@karehouse.org. April 26, Wingate - Run For The Pig 5K, 9am. Info: Charleen Gnisci (919)270-6980, runforthepig5k@gmail.com. April 26, Winston-Salem - Donate Life 5K, 8am. Info: (336)7744450. April 26, Winston-Salem - Fit Family 5K, 8:30am. Info: Benji Jones (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 27, Cary - Triangle 5K Run to Remember, 5K & Kid’s Dash; 3pm. Info: Richard Hiatt (919)832-3732, development@alznc.org. April 27, Charlotte - Charlotte 2014 Great Amazing Race, 1 Mile w/Obstacles; 2pm. Info: Flying Colors Sports (513)518-0528, info@greatamazingrace.com. April 27, Erwin - RailTrail Run for CareNet, 5K & 1 Mile Kids FR; 2:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 27, Huntersville - Jimmie Johnson Foundation 5K, 9am. Info: wellnesschallenge@coolbreezecyclery.com.

April 27, Mount Ulla - Tom Cowden 5K Run/Walk, 2pm; 1/2 Mile FR, 2:45pm; $20/5K, $25 RD; $15/FR. Info: West Rowan High School, Attn: Jason Chester, 8050 NC Hwy. 801, Mount Ulla, NC 28125; Brittany Chester (704)201-8475; chester.bp@gmail.com, www.sportoften.com April 27, Randleman - RES Run/Walk for Technology, 5K Run/ Walk 3pm. Info: Joan Burton (336)495-1322, jburton@randolph.k12.nc.us. May 2, Edenton - Chowan County Kids & Cops Glow Run 5K, 7:45pm. Info: eastanl2@ncsu.edu. May 3, Burlington - Young Life 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712. May 3, Cary - WakeMed Cary Distance Festival, 5K & 10K; 8am. Info: Jim Young (919)873-1207, jim@runnc.com. May 3, Charlotte - University City Duathlon, 5K Run/Walk & Kids Sprint, Duathlon (R-5K, B-19K, R-3K) & 5K Run/Walk 8am; Kids Sprint 8:10am. Info: Chris Elkins (704)503-1105, chriselk@runforyourlife.com. May 3, Charlotte - Race to the Top Tower Run, 5K 8:30am. Info: Chris Clouden (704)644-4045, cclouden@charlottesports.org. May 3, Davidson - Spartan Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: Mike Good - csdcrosscountry@yahoo.com. May 3, Huntersville - Girls on the Run 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: (704)839-1449, info@s2fcharlotte.com, jotto@girlsontherun.org.

May 3, Kernersville - Cone Health MedCenter Spring Folly 5K, 8:30am; Fun Run, 8am; $12/Club Members, $15/Nonmembers before 4/26, after 4/27 & RD $20. Info: Blake Ward, 380 Fielding Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284; Blake Ward (336)9726302, hw95107@yahoo.com, www.kernersville-running-club.org May 3, Middlesex - Home Run for the Children, 5K 9am. Info: Cynthia Batten (252)235-2161 (x211), cbatten@fwbch.org.

May 3-4, Morganton - May Day Biathlon & 5K (on 5/4); Youth Biathlon (on 5/3); 8am; $18/5K Run, $25/Biathlon (R-5K, B-31K) by 4/ 30, after 4/30 add $5; $10/Youth Biathlon (distances vary by age) by 4/30, after $12. Info: May Day Biathlon, 106 Rebel Run, Morganton, NC 28655; Rhonda Mabe (828)438-4786, maydaybiathlon@hotmail. com, www.maydaybiathlon.com May 3, Mount Pleasant - Tread The Thread 5K & 10K, 8am; $25 by 5/1, $30 on RD. Info: Carolina Thread Trail, 105 W. Morehead St., Charlotte, NC 28202; Vanessa Gorr (704)3762556 (x215), vanessa@carolinathread trail.org, www.carolinathreadtrail.org May 3, Todd - New River Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7:45am; 5K, 8am. Info: Ken Sevensky (336)877-8888, info@newrivermarathon.com. May 3, Winston-Salem - Hammerbird 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: Bill Gibbs (336)403-7557, runthelastmile@bellsouth.net.

May 4, Asheville - Falafel 5K Run/Walk & 1K Fun Run, 10am; $23 by 3/15, $27 after. Info: Kelly Allen, 236 Charlotte St., Asheville, NC 28801; (828)691-0797, kellyallenasheville@gmail.com, http:// www.imathlete.com/events/Falafel5K May 4, Fayetteville to Fort Bragg - All American Marathon & Mike to Mike Half Marathon, 6:30am; 5K, 7am. Info: marathon@fortbraggmwr.com. May 4, Gerton - Bearwallow Beast 5K Trail Run, 2pm. Info: Greg Duff (828)452-5572, greg@gloryhoundevents.com.

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May 4, Rocky Mount - Nash Health Care Rocket Mile, 2pm. Info: TarRiverRunningCo@gmail.com. May 8, Charlotte - River Jam Run: Race Edition, 3 Mile & 6 Mile; 6:15pm. Info: Race Dir. (704)391-3900, racedirector@usnwc.org. May 9, Charlotte - Right Moves for Youth Twilight 5K, 7pm. Info: Natisha Rivera-Patrick (704)377-4425, nrpatrick@rightmovesforyouth.org. May, 9-10, Charlotte - Time Laps: 24 Hr. Relay Race, 7pm. Info: (704)391-3900, racedirector@usnwc.org. May 10, Charlotte - The Big View 5K, 8am. Info: Jeff Paternoster (704)893-3800 (x12), jeff@s2fcharlotte.com. May 10, Columbus - Derby Dash 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jennifer Dennis (828)863-2660, info@derbydash5k.com. May 10, Charlotte - Lozilu Women’s Mud Run 5K, 9am. Info: info@lozilu.com. May 10, Greensboro - Race the Bar, 5K, 8K & Beer Mile; 4pm. Info: Benji Jones (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. May 10, Hillsborough - Got Grit? 5K 8:30am. Info: Tom Carr (919)732-7183. May 10, Huntersville - Run Wild 5K, 8am; Wild Child FR, 9am. Info JoEllen Price (704)799-1672, jprice@african childrensproject.org. May 10, Kannapolis - Rhythm & Run 5K, 8am; FR, 9am. Info: NCMHOP Museum (704)934-2320, info@northcarolina musichalloffame.org.

May 10, Kernersville - Declan’s Dash 2014, 5K 8:30am; 1/2 Mile Fun Run, 9:30am; $25/ 5K by 4/12, $30 by 5/9, $35 on RD; $15/FR. Info: Declan Donoghue Foundation, POB 1211, Kernersville, NC 27285; Nicole Donoghue (203)952-8312, declansfoundation@yahoo.com, www.declansfoundation.org May 10, Kill Devil Hills - Yuengling Nags Head Woods 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: nagsheadwoods5k@gmail.com. May 10, Winterville - Greenville RecRun & Kids’ Dash, 5K Trail Run; 9am. Info: sduncan@greenvillenc.gov. May 11, Charlotte - The Friends Run, 5K & 1 Mile Family FR, 8am. Info: Jennifer Collman (561)758-2483, jennifercollman@yahoo.com.

May 17, Beaufort - Crystal Coast Run/ Walk for Autism, 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 8am; $25 by 5/12. Info: Macy Russell, 505 Oberlin Rd., Ste. 230, Raleigh, NC 27605; (919)8655051, mrussell@autismsociety-nc.org, www.runwalkforautism.org May 17-18, Black Mountain - 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, raceofawesome@gmail.com. May 17, Burnsville - Burnsville Fit Families 5K, 4pm. Info: (828)682-7899, gchs@trhd.dst.nc.us. May 17, Charlotte - Run Ballantyne 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Benji Jones (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. May 17, Gastonia - 5K Run/Walk for Honduras, 8am. Info: Josh Welch (803)417-0344, deanwelch73@gmail.com. May 17, Gastonia - CaroMont Community Challenge, 35 & 50 Mile Cycling, 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Walk; 7am. Info: CaroMontCommunityChallenge@eventwithtcg.com. May 17, Greenville - 5K Race for Second Base & 1 Mile Walk, 9am. Info: madisonjules96@yahoo.com. May 17, Pisgah National Forest - From the Cradle to the Grave 30K Trail Race & 5K Race, 8am. Info: Devin Gentry (828)8845713 (x221), raceinfo@cfaia.org. May 17, Salisbury - Salisbury Academy 5K, 9am; Fun Run, 9:50am. Info: Jill Wagoner (704)636-3002, jwagoner@salisburyacademy.org. May 17, Weddington - Race Against The Odds, 5K Run/Walk; 8am. Info: info@soarwithgrace.org. May 17, Whiteville - Columbus County Farmers Market Fun Run & Walk, Kids 1/2 Mile Run 8:45am; 5K 9am. Info: Rachel Smith (910)840-9070, columbusruns@gmail.com. May 18, Asheville - Kiwanis/Biltmore 15K/5K Classic, 7:15am. Info: events@idaph.net. May 18, Cary - NCRC Classic Half Marathon & 10K, 7am. Info: Charles Akers (919)656-5714, ncrcinvitational@ncroadrunners.org. May 18, Fletcher - I H8 Alzheimer’s 8K, 2pm. Info: Jennie Pressley (828)254-7363, jpressley@alz.org. May 18, Greensboro - Race 13.1 Greensboro, Half Marathon 7am; 10K & 5K 7:15am. Info: info@race131.com. May 24, Aurora - Aurora Fossil 5K, 8:30am. Info: Betsy Nethammer (252)322-3394. May 24, Earl - Duke of Earl Run for Missions, 5K 8am. Info: Sherri Jackson (704)477-2419, sjackson@gardner-webb.edu.

May 24, Hiddenite - Rocky Face Mountain Trail Race, 10K & 5K; 8:30am; $20/both races P/M before 5/15, after 5/15 $30. Info: Rick French, 621 Liledoun Rd., Taylorsville, NC 28681; (828)632-9332, rfrench@co.alexander.nc.us, www.alexandercountync.gov/events/


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May 31, Hendersonville - Mad Mountain Mud Run “crazy & filthy obstacle course race and festival,” Berkeley Park and surrounding forests. Team event of 4 members. Registration by March 15 is $160, thereafter $200. Benefits Hands On!-A Child’s Gallery non-profit learning museum. Register by May 1 to receive race shirt. Info: www.MadMountainMudRun.com. May 31, Hickory - Compassion International 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Janet Greer (828)234-5732, jcgreer@charter.net. May 31, Spruce Pine - The Orchard 4 Miler, 9am. Info: Matt Hollifield (828)4671812, matthollifield@mitchellraces.com. May 31, Wilson - Amanda’s Race 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: soundtech08@yahoo.com. June 1, Winston-Salem - Indoor Insanity Marathon & Relay (2, 3 or 4 Person), 8am. Info: Kathy Mills (336)684-7463, kathy1mills@gmail.com.

June 6, Salisbury - TWAM Mission Run, 1/2 Mile FR 7:30pm; 5K Run & Walk 8pm; $20 by 6/4, $25 on RD; $10 1/2 Mile FR. Info: First Presbyterian Church, 308 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC 28144; (704)636-1321, ljohnson18@ carolina.rr.com, www.salisburyrowanrunners.org, www.salisburyfirstpres.org; Register at www.sportoften.com. June 7, Asheboro - Run Wild 5K, 7:30am. Info: Becca Sigafoos (336)879-7250, 5k@ncaazk.com. June 7, Asheville - Asheville Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: (828)200-5498. June 7, Black Mountain - Downhill @ Dawn Half Marathon, 6am. Info: Greg Duff (828)452-5572, greg@gloryhoundevents.com. June 7, Charlotte - Noda 5K, 6pm. Info: (704)893-3800, sean@s2fcharlotte.com.

June 7, Concord - Exercise is Medicine 5K, 9:15am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9:20am; 5K-$20, FR/W-$8, Family-$60, Groups of 5+ - $15 each by 5/30; after 5/30 5K-$23, FR/W$10, Family-$70; no group rate after 5/30. Info: Perry Gabriel, POB 707, Concord, NC 28027; (704)920-2701, phgabriel@cabarruscounty.us, www.cabarruscounty.us/ activelivingandparks. June 7, Fuquay-Varina - Ninja Challenge, 5K, 9am-3pm (every 20 minutes); $50. Info: Mike Wei, 496 Lafayette Rd, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526, (919)673-8403, http:// theninjachallenge.eventbrite.com/?aff=runningmag. June 7, Greenville - Skedaddle for the Small Fries, 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 8am. Info: kristin_harbaugh@hotmail.com. June 7, Linville - The Critter Crawl 5K, 6:30pm. Info: (828)733-2013. June 7, Matthews - Hit the Ground Running Trail Race, 2K, 6K & 11K; 8:30am/ 9am. Info: Mike Cothran (864)907-1742, mike@goruntrails.com. June 7, Powell’s Point - WestSide Athletic Club 3-ATHLON 8K, 9am. Info: Ed Beckley (252)256-1084, ejbeckleyjr@yahoo.com. June 7, Raleigh - Race 13.1 Midtown Raleigh, Half Marathon 7am, 5K & 10K 7:15am. Info: info@race131.com. June 12, Charlotte - River Jam Run: Race Edition, 3 Mile & 6 Mile; 6:15pm. Info: Race Dir. (704)391-3900, racedirector@usnwc.org. June 14, Asheville - Friends of Earth Fare 5K, 9am. Info: Greg Duff (828)452-5572, greg@gloryhoundevents.com. June 14, Charlotte - Brew Dash 6K, 11:30am. Info: Race Dir. (704)391-3900, racedirector@usnwc.org. June 14, Louisburg - Midnight Run for Water, 5K 11pm. Info: Al Wheless III (919)496-2255, al.wheless@raymondjames.com. June 14, Roxboro - Sappony 5K Trail Run, 9am; 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: Lisa King (706)271-7085, sapponygirl@gmail.com. June 21, Wake Forest - Freedom 5K, 8am. Info: eed6788@yahoo.com. June 22, Fletcher - VeteRAN Jam 5K Fun Run/Walk & Festival, 2pm. Info: Hannah McArdle - info.veteranjam@gmail.com. June 28, Charlotte - Trail Run Challenge, 5K & 10K, 8:30am. Info: Ryan Gililland (704)589-0320, runners@trailrunchallenge.com. June 28, Greensboro - Fun 4th Freedom Run & Walk, 10K & 2 Mile; 8am. Info: Aislinn Spain (336)274-4595, administration@grassrootsproductionsltd.org.

June 28, Lenoir - Firecracker 10K & 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am; $20/10K, $15/5K, $10/FR by 6/21, after $25/10K, $20/ 5K. Info: Zack Carter, POB 958, Lenoir, NC 28645; Anna Coleman (828)757-2196, acoleman@ci.lenoir.nc.us.

June 28, Traphill - The Challenge of Devils Garden, 12 Miles; 8:30am. Info: Alison and Jason Bryant (336)326-5344, mtn.goatracing@yahoo.com.

SOUTH CAROLINA April 5, Charleston - Cooper River Bridge Run, 10K 8am. Info: (843)856-1949, crbridgerun@att.net. April 5, Columbia - Climb the Clay 8K, 8:30am. Info: Smith Harden (803)213-2056, sharden@icrc.net. April 5, Rock Hill - Come See Me Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: Chandra West (704)374-2651, chandra.west@wellsfargo.com. April 10, Charleston - Race Charleston 10K, 6pm. Info: Virginia Wininger (843)4089629, runwithosr@gmail.com. April 11-12, Columbia - Palmetto Half Marathon, 4/11: Youth Half 6:30pm; 4/12: Half Marathon 7am, 5K 7:15am; Kids’ FR 9am; $15/Youth 1/2, $65/Half, $30/5K by 3/31; after $15 Youth 1/2, $75/Half, $35/5K. Info: Eggplant Events Production, POB 692, Blythewood, SC 29016; Jaime Lomas (803)600-1800, info@palmettohalfmarathon.com, www.palmettohalfmarathon.com. April 12, Seabrook Island - Bohicket Marina 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Pat Welch bohicketmarinarun@gmail.com. April 12, Sullivan’s Island - Run for Adela 5K, 9am. Info: hdodds31@gmail.com. April 12, Sumter - Recovery Road Race 5K, 9am. Info: Bronwyn McElveen (803)430-4540. April 12, York - Hippity Hoppity Hope 5K Fun Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Kelly Arwood (803)627-0272, kelly.arwood@yorkcountygov.com. April 17, Charleston - Charleston Digital Coordinator iFive:K, 5K 6:30pm. Info: Ernest Andrade (843)724-3773, (843)607-1264 (c), ernest@charlestondigitalcorridor.com. April 19, Charleston - RiverDogs Forrest Run 5K, 4pm. Info: Kristen Wolfe (843)7237241, kwolfe@riverdogs.com. April 19, Columbia - Resurrection Run 5K & Power Walk, 8am. Info: Gert Thompson (803)781-0801, trudence@bellsouth.net, womenministries@yahoo.com. April 19, Duncan - BFA FCA 5K, 8am. Info: Roger Crowe (864)380-9023. April 19, Greenville - Easter Bunny Trail Hop 5K, 8:30am. Info: Steve Baker (864)325-8303, stevebaker864@gmail.com. April 19, Greer - Greer Earth Day Run, Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K & 10K, 8am; Kids Run, 9:30am. Info: Ed Hughes (864)419-6788, gedrdirector@greenvilletrackclub.com. April 19, Johns Island - Heritage Run Cross Country 5K, 8am. Info: Rick Little (843)762-4339, rll@reagan.com. April 19, Lancaster - Lancaster Runs 5K, 8am. Info: chrisbundrick@gmail.com. April 19, Newberry - Run for Your Life 5K & 2 Mile Walk, 8:30am. Info: Emily Seibert (803)405-7484. April 26, Camden - Clinic Classic Run/Walk 5K, 8:30am. Info: Deb Mcabee (803)713-0806.

April 26, Columbia - Quarry Crusher Run, 3.72 Miles (approx.); 9am; $30 3/1-31, $35 4/1-25, $40 Race Day. Info: Jaime Lomas - jaime@eggplantevents.com, www.quarrycrusherrun.com. April 26, Columbia - Providence Heart & Sole Women’s Five Miler, 8:30am. Info: Jeanna Moffett (803)731-2100, jeannamoffett@aol.com. April 26, Duncan to Spartanburg - Y2Y Half Marathon & Relay, 7:30am. Info: Blake Scribner (864)433-9623, bscribner@spartanburgymca.org. April 26, Fort Mill - Earthshaker 5K Twilight Trail Run, 5pm. Info: Tammy Woods (803)547-1020, tammywoods@ascgreenway.org. April 26, Hardeeville - Lowcountry Roots, Rock & Raggae Run, 5K, 10K & 15K; 5pm. Info: bfs@hargray.com. April 26, Pickens - Y to Y 10K Challenge, 7:30am. Info: Alida Gardiner (864)8505970, alidagardiner@pcymca.net. April 26, Winnsboro - Imagine the Difference 5K, 8am. Info: Veronica Edmonds (803)635-2335. April 27, North Myrtle Beach - Divas Half Marathon & 5K, $100/Half 2/16-4/23, $120/ Expo; $65/5K 2/16-4/23, $75/Expo. Info: 1(800)733-7089, info@runlikeadiva.com. Info: www.runlikeadiva.com.

May 2, Travelers Rest - GHS Swamp Rabbit 5K, 6:30pm; $6 by 4/24, $11 after 4/24. Info: Chad Carlson, 701 Grove Rd., Greenville, SC 29605; (864)797-7531, ccarlson@ghs.org, www.ghs.org/swamprabbit5k May 3, Clinton - CrossFit864 Pump and Run 5K, Bench Press & 5K Run. Info: Janice Long (864)923-0554, janicewlong@gmail.com. May 3, Columbia - Crawdaddy Dash 5K, 9am. Info: Jaime Lomas (803)600-1800, info@eggplantevents.com. May 3, Orangeburg - Orangeburg Festival of Roses Road Race, 12K Run 7:30am; 5K Run/Walk 9am. Info: Erin Roof/RD (803)407-0179.

May 3, Seneca - Northside’s Run On The Wild Side, 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile 9:30am; $15 by 4/21; $20 on Race Day. Info: Northside Elementary, 710 N. Townville St., Seneca, SC 29678; David & Leslie Warlick (864)886-4445, ltwarlick@nctv.com, www.oconee.k12.sc.us/Northside.cfm May 10, Columbia - Get In the Pink 10K, 7:15am. Info: Alicia Buffum (803)429-7763.

May 10, Greer (Greenville) - Race For Adoption (“Run for Their Lives”) 5K Run/Walk, 9am; $25/Adults, $12.50/Youth. Info: Eric Schwalm, Race Director, 1310 Old Spartanburg Rd., Greer, SC 29650; (864)918-6543, schwalme@gmail.com, http://raceforadoption5k.com May 10, Spartanburg - Hoofin’ with HALTER, 5K, Fun Runs, 9am; $30 by 5/7, $35 after. Info: Mike Hollifield, POB 1403, Spartanburg, SC 29304, (864)909-1097, handicappedathletes@gmail.com, http://go-greenevents.com/HALTER May 17, Anderson - Tri-County Patriot Run, 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 8am. Info: Tim Bowen (864)260-6705, tbowen3@tctc.edu.


www.running.net May 24, Fort Mill - Memorial Day 5K Run, 7:30am. Info: Robin Baringer (704)690-0918, baringer@comporium.net. May 24, Greenville - Take Flight 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 9:15am. Info: Joe Lanahan (864)288-6470 (x142), joe@gcrd.org. June 7, Florence - National Trails Day 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jimmy Tassios (843)777-3017, jtassios@mcleodhealth.org.

TENNESSEE April 5, Blountville - Golden Eagle 5K, 10am; 1 Mile Run, 9:15am. Info: Sam Culbrtson (423)239-9366, TCCS (423)3237128. April 5, Caton’s Chapel - Hornet Hustle 5K Race, 10am. Info: Bill Hatcher (865)453-2132. April 5, Chattanooga - ColorNooga 5K & 1 Mile FR, 2pm. Info: (423)698-8528, info@signalcenters.org. April 5, Columbia - Mule Kick 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Family Trot, 9am. Info: galecourtneymoore@cpws.net. April 5, Cosby - SEAL Extreme Challenge, 5.6K; 10am. Info: Dan Schreder (423)200-9935, dan@outdoorsinthesmokies.com. April 5, Franklin - WillPower 5K, 7:30am. Info: willpower5k@gmail.com. April 5, Gallatin - SJV Wildcat 5K, 1 Mile FR & Kids 100 Yard Dash; 8am. Info: Beth Schwieter (615)230-7048, bethany.schwieter@saintjohnvianney.org. April 5, Jackson - The Purple Way 5K, 9am. Info: Julie Bezold (731)664-6654, juliebezold@yahoo.com. April 5, Johnson City - AmaXing Challenge Step It Up 5K. Info: leigh.a.hillman@gmail.com. April 5, Kingsport - XTERRA Power to the Tower 50K, Half Marathon & 5 Mile Trail Races, 8:30am. Info: (423)230-0002, philiphorner@msn.com. April 5, Knoxville - Run for Autism 5K, 8am. Info: Beth Ritchie (865)719-0534. April 5, Lenoir City - Forget Me Not 5K, 9am. Info: Angela Wampler (865)740-0381, awampler@cakmail.org.

April 5, Maynardville - Ridge Runner 5K & 1 Mile Kid’s Fun Run, 9am & 10am; $20/5K, $5/1 mi. by 4/4; $25/$10 on Race Day. Info: Jennifer Massengill, Northside YMCA, 7609 Maynardville Hwy., Knoxville, TN 37938; (865)922-9622, jmassengill@ymcaknoxville. org, www.imathlete.com, www.ymcaknoxville.org. April 5, Memphis - Margie Dowell 5K Race for Unity in Our Community, 9am. Info: Angela Patterson (901)416-4488, pattersona@scsk12.org. April 5, Mt. Juliet - Rutland Rocket 5K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: Charlie Simon (615)587-1735, cpsimon11@yahoo.com. April 5, Nashville - Oral Cancer Foundation Walk/5K Run for Awareness-Nashville, 10am. Info: Julie Brown (615)533-3142, gjuliemail@gmail.com. April 5, Nashville - NCAA Women’s Final 4Kay Run, 8am. Info: (615)743-8126, ljanicak@nashvillesports.com. April 5, Nashville - Big Blue Tiger 5K Run/Walk, 8am/runners, 8:15am/walkers. Info: (615)963-5885, info@tsu-alumni.org. April 5, Nashville - Richland Creek Run, 5 Miles 8am. Info: F. Clark Williams (615)386-3712, f.clark.williams@gmail.com. April 6, Knoxville - Food Truck 5K & Festival, 10:30am. Info: sam@secondharvestetn.org. April 6, Knoxville - I.C. King of Trails Race, 7-8 Mile, 9am. Info: Town Owens (865)323-3753, tonyyikes@gmail.com. April 6, Memphis - Memphis Catholic “Education That Works” Out 5K Run/Walk, 2pm. Info: Dani Ray Barton (901)276-1221, daniray.barton@gmail.com. April 11-12, Knoxville - Tennessee Relays, 8am. Info: Chad Culver (423)827-4977, c2sports@aol.com. April 12, Alcoa - Spring Sprint 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8:35am. Info: Kelly Forster (865)983-9244. April 12, Bristol, VA/TN - Bristol Half & Half for American Cancer Society, Half Marathon & 2 Person Relay, 8am. Info: mike.stollings@electro-mechanical.com. April 12, Church Hill - Teachers Helping Teachers 5K, 9am. Info: Keith Russell (423)367-2704, Heather Jennings (423)341-7101. April 12, Dyersburg - Transitions of Dyer County 10K & 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8am. Info: (731)287-0461, tdc@ecsis.net. April 12, East View - Frederick D. Wyke TN State Champion Memorial Highway 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Quincy Wyke (615)573-7967, qwyke21@yahoo.com. April 12, Gatlinburg - Mountain Man Memorial March, Marathon & Half Marathon (Run or March); 10K Run; 9am. Info: www.mountainmanmemorialmarch.com. April 12, Henderson - Emilee’s MS Warriors 5K, 1 Mile Kids Dash & 1 Mile Family Walk, 9am. Info: Brenda Warren (731)2340099, brendawarren@ymail.com. April 12, Johnson City - Run For The Booty 5K Color Run, 9am. Info: Karen Hubbs (423)946-0519, runforthebootyjc@gmail.com. April 12, Knoxville - Greenways 5K & 2 Mile Dog Jog, 9am. Info: Ron McElhaney (865)307-1765, ron122343@netzero.net. April 12, Memphis - YV5K & 10 Miler, 10 mi. 8:45am; 5K 9am. Info: Aaron Keegan - aaron.keegan@youthvillages.org, www.yvraces.org. April 12, Nashville - Purity Moosic City Dairy Dash, 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 7:30am; 10K/5K W/C. Info: Smitty (615)851-2630, fjsassoc@comcast.net. April 12, Nashville - Yellow Ribbon - Mission 5K, 9am. Info: (615)966-5860, campusrecreation@lipscomb.edu. April 12, Nashville - NAMI Davidson 5K, 8am. Info: Robin Nobling (615)891-4724, info@namidavidson.org.

Running Journal • April, 2014 April 12, Shiloh - Savannah Rotary Club’s Shiloh Run in the Park 4 Miler, 9am; $20. Info: Ashley Dennis, POB 993, Savannah, TN 38372; (731)607-9138, savannahrotaryrun@gmail.com, Link Available on site: www.hardincountychamber.com April 12, Spring Hill - Mustang 5K, 7pm. Info: Gina Fancher (615)472-5080, sstmsfundraising@gmail.com. April 12-13, Oliver Springs - War at Windrock 2-day 3-Stage Race. Info: Tim Bird (865)356-6984, tim@dirtybirdevents.com. April 12, White Bluff - Kicking Asphalt for Dickson County, 5K 9am. Info: Amy Fair (615)321-4939, afair@cfmt.org. April 13, Collegedale - Ooltewah-Collegedale Kiwanis Club 5K, 2pm. Info: Bob Benge (423)236-2855. April 13, Knoxville - Soles of the City 2 Miler, 2pm. Info: Robin Bandy (865)680-1183, robinbandy@comcast.net. April 19, Church Hill - Laurel Run Ascent, 11 Mile Trail Race; 8:30am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4182 (o), (423)345-2335 (h), markskelton@markskelton.com. April 19, Dickson - OneCare Dental 5K Run before the Walk, 7:15am; LifeWalk, 7:30am. Info: Margaret Cole (615)446-0701, carenettn@gmail.com. April 19, Erwin - Nolichucky 5K River Run, 4pm. Info: amanda@unicoicounty.org. April 19, Farragut - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Tindal (865)712-9979, karen.tindal@girlsontherun.org. April 19, Franklin - Oak View Give a Hoot 5K, 8am; FR, 9am. Info: Shannon Smith (615)516-2272, smith.shanm@gmail.com. April 19, Gallatin - Hop into Spring 5K & FR, 8am. Info: (615)9443118. April 19, Henderson - Pink Up The Pace 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Fun Walk, 8:05am. Info: Mendi Moore (731)608-1681, mmmoore1@yahoo.com. April 19, Jackson - Run for Relay 5K, 9am. Info: Jennifer Lowrance (731)265-5928, relay4lifemadisontn@gmail.com. April 19, Lebanon - CASA Superhero 5K, 9am; Kids 50 Yard Dash, 8:30am. Info: Laura Swanson (615)443-2002, lswanson@wilsoncountycasa.org. April 19, Maryville - Resurrection Run 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Chuck Blair (865)696-9333, resurrection.5k@gmail.com. April 19, Memphis - Special Kids & Families Bunny Run 5K, 9am. Info: Dynisha Brown-Woods (901)869-9284, bunnyrun@skandf.org. April 25, Alcoa - Blount County Young Life 5K, 7:30pm. Info: Sandy King (865)977-9109. April 25, Gatlinburg - Earth Day 5K Glow Run, 10pm. Info: Jennifer Burke (865)436-0505. April 26, Bristol - Power of Play 5K Run & 5K Walk, 8am. Info: Landy Mathes (423)340-1908, Rebecca Craddock (423)652-9223. April 26, Chattanooga - Scenic City Trail Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 8am. Info: (888)707-6708. April 26, Chattanooga - Oral Cancer Awareness Foundation Run/Walk, 8K 9am; 5K 9:15am; 2 Mile Walk 9:30am. Info: susanspeaks@aol.com. April 26, Johnson City - One Acre 5K Run, 9am. Info: smythm@goldmail.etsu.edu. April 26, Jonesborough - Justice in Motion 5K, 9am. Info: Todd Hull (423)547-5897, runner7037@gmail.com. April 26, Knoxville - Provision Health & Wellness Dogwood Classic 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Kelsey Godfrey (865)206-5892, kelsey.godfrey@my.maryvillecollege.edu. April 26, Nashville - St. Jude Country Music Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Competitor (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255. April 26, Tellico Plains - Tim Kelley Memorial 5K Race, 9am. Info: Sharon Stone (423)253-5381, sharonleestone@gmail.com. April 27, Memphis - Earth Day 5K, 2pm. Info: Natalie Wilson (901)767-PARK (x317), nwilson@shelbyfarmspark.org. April 27, Tusculum - Old Oak Festival 5K Sunday Evening Trail Race, 5pm. Info: ccharlton@tusculum.edu. May 1, Johnson City - Centennial Links 5K, 7pm. Info: csm3@charter.net. May 3, Bristol - Bristol Raceway Ministries 5K Walk/Run, 9am. Info: David (423)646-3243. May 3, Carthage - Race for Jordan 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Kids’ (7under) 1 Mile FR to follow. Info: weebles@bellsouth.net. May 3, Dayton - Ed Gentry Strawberry Chase, 5K & 10K Race, 1 Mile Family FR/Walk; 7:45am. Info: Jay Nevans (865)300-6722, jay@edgereg.com. May 3, Eagleville - Relay Rutherford 2014, 53 Miles (5-10 person teams), 7am. Info: Jessie Clark (615)332-2575, jclark@jdrf.org. May 3, Greeneville - Wounded Warrior 5K. Info: Tracy Green (423)787-5097, Nic Crawford (423)787-5063. May 3, Harriman - CASA Run for the Child 5K Race, 8am. Info: (865)717-4186, info@casaninth.org. May 3, Johnson City - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: Ani Boyd (423)677-3595, ani.boyd@girlsontherun.org. May 3, Johnson City - Johnson City Downtown Dash 5K, 8:30am. Info: (423)282-3888, jcdowntowndash@gmail.com. May 3, Knoxville - Run for the Deaf 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: jfair@tsd.k12.tn.us. May 3, Loudoun - Be a Factor 5K, 9am. Info: Greg Jameson (865)388-7727, gregjameson06@gmail.com. May 3, Memphis - NAACP Youth Council 5K Fund Run, 9am. Info: (901)521-1343. May 3, Memphis - Oak Hall Run for St. Jude, 3 Mile Run, Walk & Jog; 3pm. Info: Leslie Aclin (901)921-1402, runforstjude@oakhall.com. May 3, Nashville - Stache Dash 5K, 9am. Info: Jennifer Lingvall - run@onelovegeneration.org. May 3, Nashville - Cinco De Mayo 5K & 10K, 11am. Info: questions@whatdoyourunfor.com.

May 3, Nashville - Girls on the Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: Faye Yates (615)356-4829, nashvillegotr@gmail.com. May 3, Wartrace - Strolling Jim 40 Mile, 20 Mile & 10K; 7am. Info: durb417@gmail.com, drystoneman@hotmail.com. May 3, White Pine - Warathon 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Lyn Jenkins (865)387-2000, lynjenkins3@gmail.com. May 4, Bartlett - Stanky Creek 25K, 7am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, events@altisendurance.com. May 4, Oak Ridge - Kerry Trammell Memorial 5K Race, 8am. Info: frankchmi@gmail.com. May 10, Bruceton - Bruceton in May 5K, 11am. Info: Josh Bailey (731)571-5860, brucetoninmay5k@gmail.com. May 10, Crossville - Byrd Creek Trail Run, 15K, 3.6 Mile & 1.8 Mile. Info: monica.johnson@tn.gov. May 10, Franklin - Patriot Cross Country, 5K Trail Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR, 4pm. Info: (615)472-4730. May 10, Johnson City - (NEW DATE) Mentoring Marathon & Relay, 7am; 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Hubbs (423)946-0519, info@mentoring.com. May 10, Knoxville - Law Enforcement Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: knoxlemr@gmail.com. May 10, Knoxville - School’s Out Dash-Youth Greenway Mile Series, 16-under; 9am. Info: Kevin Floyd (615)512-0088, ktcyouthathletics@gmail.com. May 10, Maryville - Mudder’s Day Madness 5K, 10am. Info: Eric Rice (865)981-3953, eric@harmonyfamilycenter.org. May 10, Memphis - Junior League of Memphis 5K for Kids, 9am. Info: Amy Pollan (901)258-6985, afpollan@gmail.com. May 10, Nashville - Achilles Nashville Hope and Possibility 5 Miler & 1 Miler, 8am. Info: Sarah Hart (615)483-5823, sarah.hart@yahoo.com. May 10, Nashville - Home Run 4 Miler, 8am. Info: questions@whatdoyourunfor.com. May 10, Sevierville - Mountain Momma’s 1/2 Marathon, 6:30am; 5K, 6:35am. Info: (865)300-6722, director@ sceniccitymultisport.com. May 16, Memphis - Rylee’s Run 5K, 7pm. Info: Miriam Dillard Stroud (205)531-1851, miriamdillard@hotmail.com. May 17, Alamo - Run for Your Life 5K & 10K, 8:30am. Info: Casey Eison (731)571-1321, caseyeison@gmail.com. May 17, Counce - Pickwick Lake Catch-A-Dream 5K Challenge, 8am. Info: Sandie Cox (662)255-0745, sandiecox@hammerrods.com. May 17, Memphis - Medicine in May 5K, 8:30am. Info: cnawaf@uthsc.edu. May 17, Morristown - Panther Creek Challenge, 10 Mile & 5 Mile Trail Race; 9am. Info: (865)548-4718, mdelisle@comcast.net. May 17, Murfreesboro - See Spot Run, 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jackie Victory (615)898-5812. May 17, Nashville - Cornelia Fort 10K, 50K & 50K Relay, 7am. Info: dennis@nashvilleultra.com. May 17, Nashville - Team Hope Mini-Marathon (2.62 Mile) for HD, 2.62 mi. 8am. Info: Nancy Hale (615)479-2963, nwhale@comcast.net. May 17, Oak Ridge - Secret City 5K, 7:30am. Info: peggyg211@gmaili.com. May 17, Viola - Viola Valley Half Marathon, 8am. Info: jnunley@blomand.net. May 18, Knoxville - Heart & Sole 5K, 3pm. Info: Kathy Wolski (865)309-7531, katwolski@comcast.net. May 24, Brentwood - Beyond Battlefield 5K & 10K, 7am. Info: Katherine Williams (615)657-6671, kat@s2fnashville.com. May 24, Knoxville - Panera Bread Expo 10K & 5K Race, 8am. Info: Mike Wortley - knoxtrackevents@gmail.com. May 30, Memphis - Catch a Cop Memorial 6K, 7pm. Info: (901)523-7075, tracy.wright@mpagivesback.org. May 31, Dyersburg - Relay for Life of Dyer County 5K & 1 Mile Walk, 5:30pm. Info: rachelelizabeth@hotmail.com. May 31, Germantown - Eye Opener 5K, 6pm. Info: Kathi Wright (901)486-2984, eyeopener5krun@gmail.com. May 31, Memphis - Advance Memphis 5K, 8am. Info: Lori Touliatos (901)870-7168, ltouliatos@att.net. May 31, Oak Ridge - Run for the Rose Women’s 5K Race, 8am. Info: (888)728-7879, kevin@endurancesportsmanangement.com. June 6, Harrogate - Light the Night 5K, 6:30pm. Info: ellie.leonard@lmunet.edu. June 7, Cumberland Gap - Cumberland Gap Trail Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Jeremey Donahue (423)869-6228, cugapmarathon@outlook.com. June 7, Gallatin - The Gallatin Recon Run, 5K 8am. Info: Mark Wilson (615)604-5436, wilsonwave@comcast.net. June 7, Morristown - Jackie Long Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: John Smyth (423)581-7594, jfs328@aol.com. June 7, Springfield - Barrel Fest 5 Miler, 7am. Info: commissioner@coopertowntn.org. June 13, Memphis - Glow in the Park Memphis, 5K 8:30pm. Info: rich@triviumracing.com. June 14, Greenback - Lakeshore Trail Trek, 16 mi. (approx); 9am. Info: Tony Owens (865)323-3753, tonyyikes@gmail.com. June 14, Memphis - Gibson Guitar 5K Run/Walk, 7pm. Info: Race Hotline (901)274-2202. June 14, Nashville - 5K Run/Walk for Fatherhood & Family, 7:30am. Info: (615)876-7170, info@fatherhoodgames.com. June 20, Memphis - Memphis Farmers Market 5K Crop Hop, 6:30pm. Info: Sharon (901)521-9552, s_leicham@yahoo.com.

June 21, Bell Buckle - Bell Buckle RCMoon Pie 10 Mile Run, 7am; $30 by 5/1, $35 5/2-31, $40 6/1-19, after 6/19 $45. Info: Jenny Hunt, Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce, POB 222, Bell Buckle, TN 37020; (931)3899663, info@bellbucklechamber.com, www.bellbucklechamber.com, www.active.com (online registration until 6/ 19, 10pm).

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June 21, Walland - Summer Solstice 8K, 6pm. Info: Don Young (865)680-1971, dyoung2@covhlth.com. June 28, Bartlett - Ultimate 10K & 5K, 8am; St. Phillip Episcopal Church. Info: ult10k@aol.com, www.yvraces.org. June 28, Oak Ridge - Ninja 5K. Info: Terri Reedy (865)4822302, tabreedy@yahoo.com.

VIRGINIA April 5, Arlington - eRace MS 5K, 9am. Info: (202)412-1159, eracems@gmail.com. April 5, Ashburn - Brambleton Ribbon Run/Walk, 10K 7:45am; 5K 7:55am; Kids FR 9:15am. Info: christine.elansary@brambleton.org. April 5, Bristow - Hippity Hop Trail Trot 5K, 9am; Cottontail 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: Tommy Mason (571)236-5539, tommy@rev3tri.com. April 5, Charlottesville - Charlottesville Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, 6:30am. Info: (434)218-0402, francesca@badtothebone.biz. April 5, Charlottesville - Hoos Heal 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids 800m (12-under), 9:30am. Info: hoosheal@notussports.com. April 5, Fredericksburg - J.Brian’s Tap Room 15K, 7am. Info: (540)373-0738, j.brians15kracedirector@gmail.com. April 5, Lynchburg - Point of Honor 5K, 9am; Youth Mini-Mile, .75 mile 10am. Info: Kevin Shroyer (434)665-8046, kevin@pointofhonor5k.com. April 5, Newport - Hell Cimb 10K, 9am; $25 by 4/1, after $35. Info: Anne Jones, 1427 Mt. Tabor Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060; (540)230-3019, racer15@triadventure.com, www.triadventure.com/ the-hell-climb/. April 5, Yorktown - Knights of Columbus Ten Miler, 9am. Info: John Edwards (757)876-8386, murmur291@gmail.com. April 6, Fairfax - Heroes vs Villains Run for Justice 5K, 9am. Info: christie.leary@leary-law.com. April 6, Fairfax Station - Spring Backyard Burn Trail Running Series - Race #3, 5 Mile or 10 Mile. Info: info@ex2adventures.com. April 6, Fredericksburg - Finish 2b Fit Series, 5K; 8:30am. Info: (540)446-6719, finish2bfit@gmail.com. April 6, Leesburg - Rabbit Run 5K, 1K FR; 8am. Info: terri@potomacriverrunning.com. April 6, Stephenson - The Home Run 5K, 9am. Info: terri@potomacriverrunning.com. April 6, Vienna - Wolftrap Elementary 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: galvinhb@yahoo.com. April 12, Abingdon - Get Well Tanzania 5K, 9am. Info: Shelly Altizer (276)206-6293. April 12, Bedford - Blossom to Bottle 5K, 9am. Info: Josh Ranes (540)586-3483, jdranesymyw@gmail.com. April 12, Blacksburg - Run in Remembrance, 3.2 Mile Run/Walk. Info: Amy Crist (540)231-9855, amyc13@vt.edu. April 12, Bristol, VA/TN - Bristol Half & Half for American Cancer Society, Half Marathon & 2 Person Relay, 8am. Info: mike.stollings@electro-mechanical.com. April 12, Chesapeake - Dismal Swamp Stomp Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Ann Hupp (757)373-4174, team@mettleevents.com. April 12, Glade Spring - Glade Spring Fling 5 Miler, 9am; Kid’s FR, 8:30am. Info: Andrew Downard (540)359-1222, adownard10@ehc.edu. April 12, Poquoson - T.S. Gates Memorial 5K, 8:30am. Info: Sally Gates (757)868-3247 (h), s.j.gates83@gmail.com. April 12, Radford - Light It Up Blue for Autism Speaks, 5K & 1 Mile; 9:30am. Info: ekeohane@radford.edu. April 12, Reston - Nature House 5K Fund Run, 8am. Info: (703)435-6501, lbutler@reston.org. April 12, Richmond - CrossOver Challenge, 15K Race 8am; 5K Run/Walk 8:15am; 1 Mile Walk 8:30am. Info: Lynn Williams (804)4222600 (x115), lwilliams@crossoverministry.org. April 12, Stafford - Stafford Hospital 5K, 8:30am. Info: (540)7411512, andrea.johnson@mwhc.com. April 12, Wakefield - Warrior Country 5K & FR, 10am. Info: Brandee Phillps (804)310-6664, nxtstep99@aol.com. April 13, Alexandria - George Washington Parkway Classic 10 Mile & 5K, 8am. Info: events@runpacers.com. April 13, Ashburn - Loudoun Half Marathon & 8K, 7:30am. Info: race-director@loudounhalf.org. April 13, Lorton - Prison Break Dash, 10K, 5K & 1K; 9am. Info: Ronin Registration 1(888)554-6665, help@prisonbreakdash.com. April 19, Abingdon - Get Well Tanzania 5K, 9am. Info: Shelly Altizer (276)206-6293.

April 19, Leesburg - Hippity Hop Easter Trot 5K, Fun Run & Easter Egg Hunt, 9am; $25 by 4/1, $30 4/2-4/18, $35 race day. Info: Taacha Drummond (571)258-3487, taacha.browndrummond@loudoun.gov, https://prracing.enmotive.com/events/ register/52d6788d-9ad8-47f3-877968eec0a86524. April 19, Newport News - JLHR Race for a Better Place 8K & 5K, 8am. Info: (757)873-0281, raceforabetterplace@gmail.com. April 19, Roseland (Nelson Co.) - WAS Run, 5K & 5K; 9:30am. Info: Angela Flannery (434)325-2007, 5krun@mail.com. April 19, Wintergreen - Bel Monte Endurance Run, 50 Mile, 50K & 25K; 7am. Info: francesca@badtothebone.biz. April 26, Abingdon - Autism Awareness 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Rebecca Thompson (276)492-6813, gillenrc@hotmail.com. April 26, Burkes Garden - Colors of Cancer 5K & 10K, 9am. Info: lawchic@gmail.com. April 26, Burke Lake Park - Healthy Strides Community 5K & 10K Run, 7:30am. Info: terri@potomacriverrunning.com. April 26, Danville - Dan River Autism Awareness 5K, 10am. Info: Emily Holder - info@danriverautism5k.com. April 26, Duffield - Run the Tunnel 3.8 Mile Road/Trail, 9am. Info: Frank Kibler (423)292-9980, runfrankrun@hotmail.com.


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April 26-27, Hampton - Virginia 24 Hour Ultra Run & Relay for Cancer, 7am; Individuals & Teams. Info: George Nelsen (757)8744635, nelsengeorge@msn.com. April 26, Henrico - Red, White and Azul 5K, 9:30am; 1 Mile Park Bark, 9am. Info: Patrick Sanford (804)210-7177, azul@redwhiteandazul.com. April 26, Leesburg - Run Me Home 5K Race & FR, 7:30am. Info: (703)927-6587, runmehome10k@gmail.com. April 26, Reston - Band on the Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: joan.lynch1@verizon.net. April 26, Reston - The Champions4Children 5K Race/Walk & FR, 9am. Info: (703)919-8183, mlk808@aol.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, pete@roanoke.org, www.blueridgemarathon.com. April 26, Williamsburg - Run the D.O.G. 5K. Info: Jim Elder (757)253-0237, jim@colonialsportscustom.com. April 26, Woodbridge - Knights on the Run, 5K Run 8:40am; 1 Mile FR/Walk 8:15am. Info: (571)215-8169, kotr5k@gmail.com. April 26, York County - Tabb High School May Day 5K, 8am. Info: Lucas Brown (757)867-5396, lbrown@ycsd.york.va.us. April 27, Burke - Rockstar 8K & 1K FR, 8am. Info: terri@potomacriverrunning.com. April 27, Lorton - “Break a Sweat for a Homeless Pet” 5 Mile Run & 1 Mile Walk, 9am. Info: (703)913-0313, metrorunwalk.bruce@ gmail.com. April 27, Triangle - Spring Backyard Burn Trail Running Series - Race #4, 5 Mile or 10 Mile. Info: info@ex2adventures.com. April 27, Vienna - Vienna Elementary PTA 5K, 8am. Info: (571)230-8389, mrhartley101@gmail.com. May 3, Abingdon - Animal Chase Races, 5K 8am; 10K 9am; 1 Mile Kids Run 9:05am. Info: Debbie Blankenship (276)608-4983, (276)628-9546, dblankenship@care-one.com. May 3, Colonial Heights - Sunshine 5K Run/Walk & Kids 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Kimberly T. Barrow (804)520-9390, barrowk@colonialheightsva.gov. May 3, Culpeper - Wicked Bottom Cross Country 5K & 1/2 Mile FR. Info: Tabitha Riley (540)727-33412 (x5), parks@culpepercounty.gov. May 3, Grundy - Grundy Kiwanis/Trupoint Bank 5K Run, 9am. Info: Ricky Owens (276)935-2181, rickyowens@rifestv.net. May 3, Newport News - Riverside Rehab 5K by the Bay, 9am. Info: Mary Murray (757)928-8130, mary.murray@rivhs.com. May 3, Sterling - Washington DC 2014 Great Amazing Race, 1 Mile w/Obstacles; 2pm. Info: Flying Colors Sports (513)518-0528, info@greatamazingrace.com. May 3, Virginia Beach - Stingray Run, 5K, 1 Mile & 50 yd. dash; 8:30am. Info: Kim Gugliotta - stingrayrun@sjavb.org. May 10, Gretna - Gretna 5K Race, 9am; 1 Mile Children’s FR, 8:30am. Info: Kate Farmer (434)851-5997, qhkate@hotmail.com. May 10, Herndon - Herndon Middle School 5K, 9am. Info: Rachel Halpin (703)904-4961, rmhalpin@fcps.edu. May 10, Martinsville - Trout N About 5.5K, 10am. Info: Krista Hodges (276)634-2545, khodges@danriver.org. May 10, Poquoson - Bull Island 4 Miler, 8:30am. Info: Bryan Costa (757)604-3834, bryan.costa@rivhs.com.

May 10, Virginia Beach - EQUI-KIDS 12th Annual Cross Country Runs, 5K, 1 Mile & 1/ 2 Mile; 7am; $30 by 4/25, after $35, $40 on RD. Info: Becky Fentress, Events, 2626 Heritage Park Dr., Virginia Beach, VA 23456; (757)7217350, becky.fentress@equikids.org, www.equikids.org May 11, Reston - Mother’s Day 4 Miler, 8am. Info: Jahan Jewayni (202)262-0549, jahan@devotiontochildren.org. May 15-16, Newport News - Virginia Senior Games 5K, 8am (5/ 15); 10K, 8am (5/16). Info: vsg@vrps.com. May 17, Batesville - Batesville Day 10K Race, 8am. Info: events@batesvilleva.org. May 17, Dale City - Falcon 5K, 8:20am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Jennifer Bevelacqua (571)282-5674, falcon5k@holyfamilydalecity.org. May 17, Norfolk - Breathe Easy 5K Run/Walk for Asthma Awareness, 8:30am. Info: Whitney Alston (310)433-5403.

May 18, Fredericksburg - Marine Corps Historic Half, 10K & Semper 5K. Info: www.marinemarathon.com. See page 8. May 25, Alexandria - Alexandria Running Festival, Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am; Kid’s 1K FR; $50/Half, $20/5K; $75/Half, $45/ 5K on Race Day. Info: Nicholas Panebianco, 107 South West Street #725, Alexandria, VA 22314; (301)807-8529, president@mccoop.org, www.mc-coop.org/arf May 26, Winchester - Loudon Street Mile, 8am. Info: Mark Stickley (540)665-8394, runnersretreat@verizon.net. May 26, Yorktown - Yorktown Freedom Run 5K, 8am. Info: Bill Pope (757)877-7331, bpope3@cox.net. May 31, Hampton - Fox Hill Community 5K, 8:30am. Info: Rich Bowens (757)477-7589, rfbowen@cox.net.

May 31-June 1, Williamsburg - Run For The Dream Half Marathon & 8K, 5/31: 8K 7am, Kids FR 10am; 6/1: Half Marathon 7am; Entry Fees: See Chart - https://register.racepartner.com/ RunForTheDream. Info: Flat-Out Events, 11843 B Canon Blvd., Newport News, VA 23606; Deanna Hill (757)880-8843, raceteam@flatoutevents. com, www.runforachievabledream.com June 1, Triangle - Finish 2b Fit Series, 10K; 8:30am. Info: (540)4466719, finish2bfit@gmail.com. June 7, Ivor - Whitetails 5K (Clothing Optional-Must be 18+), 10am. Info: Sue Butts (704)880-4561, buttsarunnin@aol.com.

June 7, Richmond - Boxer Brief Battle 5K Run, 9am; $25 by 6/3 (online). Info: Mindy Conklin (804)334-0575, info@HCB2.org, www.HCB2.org. June 7-8, Sterling - The North Face Endurance Challenge Washington DC, 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; Marathon Relay 11am; Half Marathon 8am; 10K 9am; 5K 9:15am. Info: (757)2846504, endurancechallenge@hawkeyeww.com. June 14, Burkes Garden - The Varmint 1/2 Marathon & 5K Run, 8am; 13.1 Non-Competitive Walk, 6:30am; 1 Mile Dash (12-under), 11am. Info: Charity McDaniel (276)979-8044, thevarmint13.1@hotmail.com. June 28, King George - Dirty Lion Mud Run at Eagle Bay, 5K 10am; Kids Mud Run (5-13), 9am. Info: (540)840-2267, gtargary@gmail.com. June 28, Leesburg - Run for Independence 8K, 7am. Info: terri@potomacriverrunning.com. June 28, West Point - Chesty Puller Memorial Twin Bridge 10K Run, 8am. Info: Holly McGowan (804)843-3563, hmcgowan@westpoint.va.us. June 28, Radford - Run with the Law 5K, 9am. Info: Jenni Wilder (540)731-3603, jwilder@radford.va.us.

WASHINGTON, DC April 6, Washington, DC - Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run & 5K Run/Walk, 10 Mile 7:30am (Elite Women @ 7:20am); 5K Run/Walk 8:40am. Info: www.cherryblossom.org. April 6, Washington, DC - C&O Canal Towpath Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, events@altisendurance.com. May 3, Washington, DC - 5 Mile Disco Roll or Run, 8am. Info: (240)472-9201, info@dcrunningclub.com. May 3, Washington, DC - Color Me Rad 5K, 7:30am. Info: info@colormerad.com. May 4, Washington, DC - The Public Service 5K, 9am. Info: info@boldracing.com. May 10, Washington, DC - Semper Fi 5K, 9am. Info: info@boldracing.com. May 11, Washington, DC - Mother’s Day 8K, 9am. Info: (240)7060098, racedirector@att.net.

Sept. 14, Washington, DC - Navy Air Force Half Marathon, 7am; 5 Miler, 8am. Info: navyairforcehalfmarathon@gmail.com, www.navyairforcehalfmarathon.com. See Ad page 7.

WEST VIRGINIA April 5, Morgantown - MountainEAR 5K & 1 Mile Kids’ Run, 9am. Info: Mallory Powell (304)476-2270, mallory913@gmail.com. April 5, Shepherdstown - Audubon Race for the Birds, 4.9 miles, 7.7 miles, 9am. Info: Krista Hawley (304)876-8471, adultprograms@potomacaudubon.org. April 12, Glen Dale - Webark 5K Run & Walk, 9am. Info: Tom Rownd (216)501-2188, tomrunfast@comcast.net. April 12, Morgantown - Retro Run 5K, 9am. Info: info@80sretrorun.com. April 12, Weston - Weston 5K Run & Wellness Walk, 10am. Info: Julia Spelsberg (304)269-8167, jspelsberg@stonewallhospital.com. April 19, Danese - The Gristmill Grinder Half Marathon & 5K Walk, 10am. Info: Donnie Hudspeth (304)658-5016, info@gauleyrace.com. April 19, Morgantown - Wild Warrior Challenge 5K, 9am. Info: Fletcher Coffman (304)292-5081, wildwarriorchallenge@gmail.com. April 19, Morgantown - AHMA Runnin for Research 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk, 9:30am. Info: runninforresearch@yahoo.com. April 26, Elkins - Catholic Charities Race for Hope Half Marathon & 5K Walk/Run, 10am. Info: Cindy Hammer (304)636-4875, chammer@ccwva.org. April 26, Fairmont - CASA Superhero 5K & 1K Kids’ FR, 10am. Info: Melissa Garcia-Webb (304)366-4198, casaracedirector@hotmail.com. April 26, Roanoke - General Lightburn 5K Run & Walk for Diabetes, 8:30am. Info: Bryan Wilson (304)626-0999, askbkw@gmail.com. April 26, Saint Albans - Drew’s Day, 5K Run, Walk & Stroll; 9am. Info: (304)766-0383, info@drewsday.org. May 2, Morgantown - ElectroDash 5K, 8pm. lnfo: Teri Batis (304)598-6094 (x4), batist@wvuhealthcare.com. May 3, Morgantown - Parent’s Place 5K, 10am. Info: dumaladc@yahoo.com. May 3, Morgantown - Run MS Morgantown 5K, 1 or 3 Miles Walk; 10am. Info: (304)413-0100, info@runmsmorgantown5k.com, damian@asayocreative.com.

www.running.net May 10, Charleston - Shoes 4 Strangers 5K Race & 2 Mile Fun Walk, 9am. Info: Jeff Isner (304)533-5944, shoes4strangers@hotmail.com. May 10, Clarksburg - 5K Run for Open Hearts, 8:30am. Info: Marc Chamberlain (304)629-1831, mrcbucs@ymail.com. May 10, Cross Lanes - Poca River Run 15K, 8am. Info: Kelly McGraw (304)553-1633, runninkel@aol.com. May 10, Hurricane - Dog Jog and 5K Run/Walk. Info: smitty57@suddenlink.net. May 17, Charleston - Dirty Dog 15K Trail Run, 9am. Info: Daniel Todd (304)741-3531, dantoddruns@gmail.com. June 7, Morgantown - Deckers Creek Trail Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Ella Belling (304)296-6185, ella@montrails.org. June 14, Clarksburg - Cecil Jarvis Greater Clarksburg 10K, 2 Mile Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids K, 10:30am. Info: sboggess@mvbbank.com.

TRACK & FIELD April 11-12, Knoxville (Univ. of TN) - Sea Ray Relays, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Hammer, Discus, Javelin, Decathlon, Heptathlon, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 3000, Steeplechase, Relays. Info: Charles Oliver (865)9741226, coliver@utk.edu. April 11, Nashville (TSU), TN - Boston-Moon Classic, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Hammer, Javelin, Discus, Steeplechase, 1500, 400, 800, 200, relay, Hurdles, 100, 3000. Info: Chandra Cheeseborough-Guice (615)963-5906, ccheeseborough@tnstate.edu. April 18-19, Johnson City (Science Hill HS), TN - The TriCities Track Classic, 100, 200, 400, 800, Mile, Steeplechase, Hurdles, High Jump, Pole Vault, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, Friday 4pm, Sat. 7am. Info: Marty Sonnenfeldt (865)304-8381, knoxvilleyouthathletics@gmail.com. April 26, Altamonte Springs, FL - Spring Track Classic, 100to 800-meter & 1 Mile Running Events; 80-meter, 100/110-meter, & 400m hurdles; relays; high jump; long jump; discus; and shot put. Info: (407)682-1368, cfgliders_classic@yahoo.com. May 17, Huntsville, AL - Harry Williams All Comers Track Meet, 5pm. Info: Marty Clarke (256)852-5723, mclarkeruns@comcast.net. May 31, Thompsons Station, TN - Wings Of Skill Youth Invitational, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, Relays, High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus. Info: Amy Ham (615)5061298, amy.ham@belmont.edu. June 7, Nashville, TN - Music City Distance Carnival, 800, 1 Mile, 5000, 3000 Steeplechase. Info: David Milner (615)5137327, dave@tnrunning.org. June 20-26 - Franklin, TN - Tennessee Senior Olympics, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 3000, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Pole Vault, High Jump, Shot Put. Info: Tennessee Senior Olympics (615)2008760, info@tnseniorolympic.com.

MULTI-SPORTS (Included in the Multi-sports calendar are single swimming and cycling events). April 5, Tallahassee, FL - Red Hills Triathlon, S-1/3 mi., B-16 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7:30am. Info: Kathy McDaris (850)422-3130. April 5, Cleveland, MS - Delta Duathlon, R-1.5 mi., B-15mi., R-3.1 mi.; 8am. Info: Todd Davis (662)846-4555, tdavis@deltastate.edu. April 5, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #1, R-5K, B11 mi.; 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. April 5, Oak Ridge, TN - Butterflies for Hope Bike Ride, 62, 50 & 20 Mile Bike Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, martin@racedayevents.net. April 5, Smithfield, VA - Smithfield Sprint Triathlon, S-300m, B-10 mi., R-5K; 10am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. April 6, Rolesville, NC - Granite Falls Triathlon, S-300yd., B10 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: ncts@setupevents.com. April 6, Murfreesboro, TN - Alpha Delta Pi Triathlon, S-300m, B-10 mi., R-5K. Info: tnm3k@mtmail.mtsu.edu. April 6, Richmond, VA - Chasing Chicken Triathlon, R-5K, B13 mi., S-300m; 8am. Info: Laurie Mehler (804)303-4833, laurie@richmondmultisports.com. April 12, Mooresville, AL - Heel & Crank Duathlon, R-3 mi., B -13.5 mi., R-3 mi. Info: Eric Broyles (256)417-2373, heelandcrank@gmail.com. April 12, Birmingham, AL - Double Oaks Duathlon, Standard: R-10K, B-40K, R-5K; Sprint: R-5K, B-20K, R-2.5K. Info: (205)5958633, races@team-magic.com. April 12, Dawsonville, GA - Redneck Race 5K & Doo-athlon, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. April 12, Stokesdale, NC - Belews Lake International, S1500m, B-27 mi., R-10K; 9am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 12, White Lake, NC - White Lake Half, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; 9am. Info: ncts@setupevents.com. April 12, White Lake, NC - White Lake Duathlon, R-2 mi., B56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; 9:45am. Info: contact@setupevents.com. April 13, Cocoa Beach, FL - Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Triathlon, S-.25 mi., B-12.5 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7:15am. Info: Mitch Varnes (321)759-7200, info@themelbournemarathon.com. April 13, Fort Myers, FL - FGCU Eagle Sprint Triathlon, S-.25 mi., B-10 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: (239)590-7935, campusrec@fgcu.edu. April 13, New Orleans, LA - Ochsner IronMan 70.3 Triathlon, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; 7am. Info: Info: (504)454-6561, bill@pem-la.com. April 13, Mt. Airy, NC - Tri Mayberry, S-300 yd., B-28K, R-5K; 8am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 13, Knoxville, TN - TriDeltathon Sprint Triathlon, R-3 mi., B-6 mi., S-400m; 8am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618,

martin@racedayevents.net. April 19, St. Petersburg, FL - Mazda Escape From Ft. De Soto Triathlon, S-.5 mi., B-10 mi., R-3.4 mi.; 7am. Info: (813)874-7223, flraceplace@gmail.com. April 19, Nags Head, NC - Outer Banks Duathlon, R-5K, B-20 mi, R-5K. Info: outerbanksruncations@gmail.com. April 19, Charleston, SC - TryCharleston, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R13.1 mi.; 7am. Info: Jeremey Davis (864)271-4262, jdavis@setupevents.com. April 26, Jacksonville Beach, FL - Jax Beach Challenge 5K & Run-Swim-Run, Info: Nick W. (904)249-9141, artsiom16@yahoo.com. April 26, Columbus, GA - Chattahoochee Challenge Half Iron Tri, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; 7:30am. Info: tricolumbusga@gmail.com. April 26, Versailles, KY - Heart & Sole Triathlon, S-400 yd. (pool), B-15 mi., R-5K XC; 8am. Info: rjohns@fallingsprings.net. April 26, Grenada, MS - Over the Dam Duathlon, Adult: R-2 mi., B-12.5 mi., R-1 mi.; Kids: R-1/2 mi., B-2 mi., R-1/2 mi.; 8am. Info: Will Goff (662)809-8440, will_elmer@yahoo.com. April 26, Huntersville, NC - HFFA Kids Triathlon Series #1, 5pm. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 26, Strawberry Plains, TN - Ride the Plains, 31, 50, 62 & 75 Mile Bike; 8:30am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, martin@racedayevents.net. April 26, Richmond, VA - Richmond Tri Club Sprint Triathlon, S400m, B-20K, R-5K; 7am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. April 26, Marlinton, WV - Great Greenbrier River Race - Mini Triathlon, R-3 mi., Paddle-4 mi., Bike-10 mi.; 11am. Info: Pocahontas County CVB (800)336-7009, info@pocahontascountywv.com. April 27, Greenville, NC - Fiesta Biathlon, R-5K, B-15 mi.; 1pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, james@runtheeast.com. April 27, Huntersville, NC - Huntersville Sprint Triathlon, S-500 yd., B-20K, R-5K; 8am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)4713322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. April 27, Lynchburg, VA - Angels Race VA, S-300m, B-25K, R5K; 8am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. May 3, Jacksonville, FL - Queen’s Harbour First Tri Sprint, S750m, B-20K, R-5K; 8:30am. Info: Sal Palmieri info@ultimateracinginc.com. May 3, Charlotte, NC - University City Duathlon, 5K Run/Walk & Kids Sprint, Duathlon (R-5K, B-19K, R-3K) & 5K Run/Walk 8am; Kids Sprint 8:10am. Info: Chris Elkins (704)503-1105, chriselk@runforyourlife.com.

May 3-4, Morganton, NC - May Day Biathlon & 5K (on 5/4); Youth Biathlon (on 5/3); 8am; $18/5K Run, $25/Biathlon (R-5K, B-31K) by 4/ 30, after 4/30 add $5; $10/Youth Biathlon (distances vary by age) by 4/30, after $12. Info: May Day Biathlon, 106 Rebel Run, Morganton, NC 28655; Rhonda Mabe (828)438-4786, maydaybiathlon@hot mail.com, www.maydaybiathlon.com May 3, Washington, NC - Race For The River Kakayalon, Kayak-1.5 mi., B-15.6 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 9am. Info: Heather JacobsDeck (252)946-7211, riverkeeper@ptrf.org. May 3, Huddleston, VA - Appalachian Power Smith Mountain Lake Triathlon, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 9am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. May 4, Davidson, NC - Carolina Half, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi., 7am; Carolina International, S-1500, B-24 mi., R-10K, 7:20am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. May 4, Columbia, SC - Lake Murray Triathlon, S-750m, B-16 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: jdavis@setupevents.com. May 4, Richmond, VA - East Coast Super Sprint Triathlon, S375m, B-10K, R-2.5K; 7am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. May 10, Enterprise, AL - Boll Weevil 100 Bike Ride & 10K Road Run, Run 10K; 3K Bike: 7 mi., 25 mi., 100K & 100 Mile; 7:15am. Info: Susan Steck (334)464-7384, ssteck49@gmail.com. May 10, Rogers, AR - Kendrick Fincher Youth Run, 5K Run/ Walk & Duathlon; 7am. Info: (479)960-9960, info@kendrickfincher.org. May 10, Hattiesburg, MS - Hattiesburg Du-Run-Run Duathlon, R-2 mi., B-16.5 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: (601)583-4000. May 10, Cornelius, NC - Jetton Park Triathlon, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 8am. Info: Jeff and Sheila Wakeman (704)661-0289, info@jettontri.com. May 10, Edenton, NC - Edenton Sprint Triathlon, Kayak-2K, B12.9 mi., R-5K; 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, Ashley Kent (843)758-0933, ashleaf38@gmail.com. May 10, Clemson, SC - Clemson Triathlon, S-750m, B-11 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: jdavis@setupevents.com. May 11, Ormond Beach, FL - Tomoka Triathlon, Sprint Triathlon; 7am. Info: batista@5kracedirector.com. May 11, Savannah, GA - Ride On Ryan Triathlon & Duathlon, Tri: S-500 yd., B-13.1 mi., R-3.1 mi.; Du: R-1 mi., B-13.1 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 8am. Info: rideonryantriathlon@gmail.com. May 11, Spotsylvania, VA - Kinetic Sprint, S-750m, B-15.5 mi., R-5K; 9am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. May 16-17, New Bern, NC - Twin Rivers YMCA Traithlon (5/17), S-400 yd., B-10 mi, R-5K, 8am; Youth Triathlon (5/16) 7-10 yr., 1114 yr., 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, tmoore@trymca.org. May 17, Jekyll Island, GA - Turtle Crawl Triathlon & 5K, Int’l Tri: S-1500m, B-29 mi., R-10K 7am; Sprint Tri: S-600m, B-14.5 mi., R5K 7:30am; 5K 8:15am. Info: kat@peakracingteam.com. May 17, Philadelphia, MS - Race of Grace Triathlon, S-.25 mi., B-18 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: Coy Miller (601)416-5586, coymiller2003@yahoo.com. May 17, Gastonia, NC - CaroMont Community Challenge, 35 & 50 Mile Cycling, 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Walk; 7am. Info: info@eventwithtcg.com. May 17, Nebo, NC - MTA Lake James Triathlon & Duathlon,


www.running.net Sprint Triathlon, Duathlon; 8am. Info: Greg Duff (828)400-5868, greg@gloryhoundevents.com. May 17-18, Richmond, VA - Power Sprint (5/18), S-300m, B12.2 mi., R-3.1 mi., 7am; PowerKids Sprint (5/17), Age 5-8 S50m, B-1.8 mi., R-0.6 mi.; Age 9-14 S-100m, B-4.8 mi., R-1.2 mi., 8am. Info: 411@richmondmultisports.com. May 18, Dawsonville, GA - North Georgia Super Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon, S-250 yd., B-7 mi., R-2.25 mi.; 8am; Kids Tri, 10am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. May 18, Ellicott City, MD - The Columbia Triathlon & Aquabike, Tri: S-.93 mi., B-25 mi., R-6.2 mi.; Aquabike: S-.93 mi., B-25 mi.; 6:40am. Info: (410)964-1246, info@tricolumbia.org. May 18, Robinsonville, MS - Memphis in May Triathlon, S1.5K, B-40K, R-10K; 7am. Info: (901)274-2202, s2finfo@s2fevents.com. May 23, Kill Devil Hill, NC - TRI Outer Bank Sports “Run Swim Run Outer Banks” Aquathlon Series, R-1K, S-400m, R-5K; 8am. Info: (252)489-8239, racedirector@runcations.com. May 24, Jacksonville, FL - Marty Bike & Run, 50 Mile Bike 7:30am; 5K Run/Walk, 25 Mile Bike, Biathlon (R-5K, B-25 mi.), 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:05am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, Events@1stplacesports.com. May 24, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #2, R-2 Mile, B-11 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. May 25, Huntersville, NC - HFFA Kids Triathlon Series #2, 2pm. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. May 26, Maryville, TN - Foothills Sprint Triathlon, S-350m (pool), B-10 mi., R-4K. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, martin@racedayevents.net. May 31, Melbourne, FL - Pineapple Kidz Triathlon, Duathlon & Relay, 8am. Info: Vanessa Ziade (321)557-2761, kidstriclub@gmail.com. May 31, Flinstone, MD - The Rocky Gap Triathlon & Aquabike, Tri: S-.93 mi., B-22 mi., R-5 mi.; Aquabike: S-.93 mi., B-22 mi.; 8am. Info: (410)964-1246, info@tricolumbia.org. May 31, Forest City, NC - Moose Vending Cherry Bounce Duathlon, R-2 mi., B-12 mi., R-2 mi.; 7:30am. Info: fitbomb@bellsouth.net. May 31, Waxhaw, NC - Tomahawk Triathlon, S-1K, B-30K, R8K; 8am. Info: (704)893-3800, info@s2fcharlotte.com. May 31, Greenville, SC - Caine Halter Family YMCA Triathlon, S-300m (pool), B-9 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: jdavis@setupevents.com. May 31, Clarksville, TN - Du the Dream Duathlon, R-4 mi., B15.5 mi., R-4 mi.; 7:30am. Info: Chanel Lemon (931)245-4347, clemon@clarksville.tn.us. June 1, Madeira Beach, FL - Mazda Madeira Beach Triathlon, S-.5 mi., B-10 mi., R-3.1 mi.; Youth Events. Info: Joe Fernandez (813)417-0324, joe@flraceplace.com. June 1, The Town of Melbourne Beach, FL - Rotary Pineapple Man Triathlon, S-0.34 mi., B-15.4 mi., R-3.4 mi.; 7am. Info: Don Riordan (321)258-7291, rdpineappleman@cfl.rr.com. June 1, Raleigh, NC - Ironman 70.3 Raleigh, S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi. Info: raleigh70.3@ironman.com. June 7, Ridgeland, MS - Heatwave Classic Triathlon, S-.5 mi., B-24.5 mi., R-10K; 7am. Info: Wendy Bourdin (601)853-2011, wendy.bourdin@ridgelandms.org. June 7, Badin, NC - Badin Lake Triathlon, S-750yd., B-13.5 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: Kassie Taylor (704)982-1916, kassietaylor@stanlyfamilyymca.org. June 7, Erwin, NC - Erwin Wilderness Challenge Triathlon, B10 mi., Kayak-8 mi., R-3 mi.; 8am. Info: carsonp@nationwide.com. June 7, Spartanburg, SC - Middle Tyger YMCA Triathlon, S400m, B-14 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: jdavis@setupevents.com. June 7, Williamsburg, VA - Jamestown International Triathlon, S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K; 7am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. June 8, Warsaw, VA - Naylor’s Beach Olympic & Sprint Tri & Duathlon, Olympic: S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K; Sprint: S-500m, B15 mi., R-3.1 mi.; Duathlon: R-2 mi., B-40K, R-6.2 mi.; 8am. Info: 411@richmondmultisports.com. June 14, Oakwood, GA - Mid Summer Super Sprint Triathlon, S-250yd., B-11 mi., R-2.25 mi., 8am; Kids Triathlon, 10am. Info: Five Starr NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. June 13, Colonial Beach, VA - Pohanka Honda YMCA Colonial Beach International Triathlon, S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K; 6:50am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. June 14, Greenwood, SC - Greenwood Triathlon, S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K; 7am. Info: jdavis@setupevents.com. June 14, Kingston, TN - Storm the Fort Triathlon, Sprint: S600 yd., B-20K, R-4 mi.; Half: S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, martin@racedayevents.net.

June 15, Pine Mountain, GA - Callaway Gardens Sprint Triathlon, S-.25 mi, B-10 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am; $70 by 6/8, after $80. Info: Dave Johnson, 1930 Beaver Brook Ln., Marietta, GA 30062; (770)565-5208, events dj@aol.com, www.callwaygardens.com June 20, Kill Devil Hill, NC - TRI Outer Bank Sports “Run Swim Run Outer Banks” Aquathlon Series, R-1K, S-400m, R-5K; 8am. Info: (252)489-8239, racedirector@runcations.com. June 21, Ocean Springs, MS - Strawberry Moon Kayak Du (R-2 mi., Kayak-2 mi., R-2 mi.); 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. June 21, Asheville, NC - Enka Triathlon at Biltmore Lake, S750m, B-17.5 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: Greg Duff (828)400-5868, greg@gloryhoundevents.com. June 21, Warm Springs, VA - Bath County Triathlon, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 8am. Info: vts@setupevents.com. June 22, Indialantic, FL - Indialantic Boardwalk Triathlon, S1/3 mi, B-13 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7am. Info: Trish Facciobene (321)2885758, trishf@beachsidetherapy.com. June 22, Huntersville, NC - HFFA Kids Triathlon Series #3,

Running Journal • April, 2014 2pm. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, benji@jonesracingcompany.com. June 28, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #3, R-1 mi., B11 mi., R-3 mi.; 8am. Info: Leonard Vergunst (228)380-7037, leonardvergunst@cableone.net. June 29, Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Waterfront Triathlon, S1.5K, B-42K, R-10K; 7:30am. Info: (205)908-5970, races@teammagic.com. June 29, Richmond, VA - I Love the Tavern Tri, S-650m, B-18.8 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7am. Info: 411@richmondmultisports.com.

MARATHON 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, francesca@badtothebone.biz. April 6, Washington, DC - C&O Canal Towpath Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am. Info: Mike Samuelson (901)355-9820, events@altisendurance.com. April 12, Gatlinburg, TN - Mountain Man Memorial March, Marathon & Half Marathon (Run or March); 10K Run; 9am. Info: www.mountainmanmemorialmarch.com. April 19, Louisville, KY - Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon & Mini-Marathon. Info: (800)928-3378, minimarathon@kdf.org. April 26, Chattanooga, TN - Scenic City Trail Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 8am. Info: (888)707-6708. April 26, Nashville, TN - St. Jude Country Music Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)3111255. 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, pete@roanoke.org, www.blueridgemarathon.com. April 27, Big Sur, CA - Big Sur International Marathon & Relay, 6:45am. Info: Julie Armstrong (831)625-6226, www.bsim.org. May 2-4, Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, 6:30am (5/4); 10K 8am, 5K, 10am on 5/3. Info: (513)721-7447, www.flyingpigmarathon.com. May 3, Todd, NC - New River Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7:45am; 5K, 8am. Info: Ken Sevensky (336)877-8888, info@newrivermarathon.com. May 4, Fayetteville to Fort Bragg, NC - All American Marathon & Mike to Mike Half Marathon. Info: marathon@fortbraggmwr.com. May 10, Johnson City, TN - (NEW DATE) Mentoring Marathon & Relay, 7am; 5K, 9am. Info: Karen Hubbs (423)946-0519, info@mentoring.com. May 17, Summerville, GA - Twisted Ankle Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 9am. Info: trailheadgirl@gmail.com. June 1, Winston-Salem, NC - Indoor Insanity Marathon & Relay (2, 3 or 4 Person), 8am. Info: Kathy Mills (336)684-7463, kathy1mills@gmail.com. June 7, Dawsonville, GA - Bootlegger Marathon, Half Marathon & 4 Miler, 7am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, lstarr3@mindspring.com. June 7, Cumberland Gap, TN - Cumberland Gap Trail Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Jeremey Donahue (423)869-6228, cugapmarathon@outlook.com. June 7-8, Sterling, VA - The North Face Endurance Challenge Washington DC, 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; Marathon Relay 11am; Half Marathon 8am; 10K 9am; 5K 9:15am. Info: (757)2846504, endurancechallenge@hawkeyeww.com. June 14, Goody, KY - Hatfield McCoy Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K. Info: (606)625-5092, tvrrc@hotmail.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, mdjmarathon@hotmail.com, www.marathon2marathon.com. June 21, Elkton, MD - XTERRA Big Elk Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am. Info: info@adventuregeekproductions.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. Send info to Joint Venture, Running Journal, POB 157, Greeneville, TN 37744. May 10, Clayton, GA - North Georgia 50, 50 Mile Solo & Team Relay Race, 6am. Ken Sevensky (336)877-8888, info@northgeorgia50.com. May 16-17, Copperhill, TN - Rock/Creek Thunder Rock 100 Mile Trail Race. Info: (888)707-6708. May 17, Key West, FL - KEYS 100, 100 Mile & 100 Mile Relay, 6am; 50 Mile, 10am. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, bob@ultrasportsllc.com. May 17, Asheville, NC - Long Cane 50K, 7am. Info: Terri Hayes (352)341-0765, ultraterri@bellsouth.net. 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, raceofawesome@gmail.com. May 17, Nashville, TN - Cornelia Fort 10K, 50K & 50K Relay, 7am. Info: dennis@nashvilleultra.com. May 29-30, Russell Crossroads, AL - Lake Martin 100, 100, 50 & 27 Mile Trail Races; 6:30am. Info: David Tosch (205)262-9714, david@davidtosch.com. June 7-8, Sterling, VA - The North Face Endurance Challenge Washington DC, 50 Mile 5am; 50K 7am; Marathon 9am; Marathon Relay 11am; Half Marathon 8am; 10K 9am; 5K 9:15am. Info: (757)284-6504, endurancechallenge@hawkeyeww.com. June 14, Davis, WV - Highlands Sky 40M Trail Run. Info: irunwv@gmail.com.

June 22, Pembroke, VA - Eastern Divide Ultra 50K Trail Race, 7:30am; $80, after 5/31 $85. Info: easterndivideultra@gmail.com, www.easterndivideultra.com July 12, Perryville, AR - Full mOOn 50K & 25K, 50K 7pm; 25K 8pm. Info: Susy Phillips (501)837-3104, su_phi@yahoo.com.

RUNNING CAMPS June 12-15, June 19-22, July 6-11, July 17-20 Aug. 7-10, Blowing Rock, NC - Zap Fitness Adult Running Vacations. Info: ZAP Fitness, POB 192, Blowing Rock, NC 28605; (828)295-6198, zapfitness@gmail.com, www.zapfitness.com. See Ad page 4.

April 5, Bristow, FL - Draggin’ Tail Ultra Trail Challenge 25K & 50K, 7am. Info: Joe Edgecombe (850)774-0018, joeruns@yahoo.com. April 5, Kingsport, TN - XTERRA Power to the Tower 50K, Half Marathon & 5 Mile Trail Races, 8:30am. Info: (423)230-0002, philiphorner@msn.com. April 12, Clifton, VA - Bull Run Run 50 Miler, 6:30am. Info: toni@vhtrc.org. April 19, Wintergreen, VA - Bel Monte Endurance Run, 50 Mile, 50K & 25K; 7am. Info: francesca@badtothebone.biz.

April 25-26, Brevard to Bryson City, NC Smoky Mountain Relay, 212.5 miles, 5am3pm, $110 per person 1/1-4/5, $200 late. Info: (828)280-5184, jim@smokymountain relay.com, www.smokymountainrelay.com. April 26, Little Rock, AR - Ouachita Trail 50, 50 Mile & 50K; 6am. Info: Chrissy Ferguson (501)803-9411, ot50@runarkansas.com. April 26-27, Hampton, VA - Virginia 24 Hour Ultra Run & Relay for Cancer, 7am; Individuals & Teams. Info: George Nelsen (757)8744635, nelsengeorge@msn.com. May 3, Birmingham, AL - Run for Kids Challenge, 10K, 50K & 12 Hour Trail Race; 7am. Info: David Tosch (205)262-9714, david@davidtosch.com. May 3, Wartrace, TN - Strolling Jim 40 Mile, 20 Mile & 10K; 7am. Info: durb417@gmail.com, drystoneman@hotmail.com. May 3-4, Triangle, VA - 24-HR Adventure Trail Run, 7am. Info: alexp@athletic-equation.com. May 4, Osteen, FL - Palm Bluff Trail Race & Ultra, 50 Mile, 50K, Half Marathon & 12K; 6am. Info: don@finalmileracemanagement.com.

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