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On the Cover: Runners start the Germantown Half Marathon on March 12 in Germantown, TN. The half marathon was part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. See story page 13. Photo by Blair Ball Photography
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Features Germantown Half Marathon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Grand Prix Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .http://www.running.net
Columns Running Psychology, Richard Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 After the Run, Mary Marcia Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 This Running Life, Teri Saylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 The Athlete’s Kitchen, Nancy Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Learning from the Young Guns, Ryan Warrenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Women’s Running, Carolyn Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Master’s Running and Beyond, Lena Hollmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Distance Memories, Scott Ludwig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Down the Road, Cedric Jaggers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Inspired Daily, Rae Ann Darling Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Running Through the Bluegrass, Tracy Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
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39th Annual Running Journal Grand 45-49 Prix Schedule August 26 November 20 December 10 January 7 January 29 March 4 March 12 May 29
Midnight Flight 10K Magic City Half Marathon Rocket City Marathon Mississippi Blues Half Marathon Winter Flight 8K Dasani Myrtle Beach Half Marathon Germantown Half Marathon Cotton Row 10K
Anderson, SC Birmingham, AL Huntsville, AL Jackson, MS Salisbury, NC Myrtle Beach, SC Germantown, TN Huntsville, AL
Grand Prix rules Grand Prix points will only be awarded to runners residing in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida,Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC, at the time of the competition. Double Grand Prix points will be awarded at the Rocket City Marathon in Huntsville, AL. In each half marathon, 25 bonus points will be awarded to each runner scoring in that race. Awards will be presented to the top 3 overall male and female finishers, top 3 male and female masters, grand masters, senior grandmasters, and veterans. Points will be awarded in each race as follows: -- Top 20 males and females overall. -- Top 8 male and female masters (40-49), grand masters (50-59) senior grand masters (60-69), and veterans (70-over)
Grand Prix Scoring System Place Top 20 overall Top 8 scoring
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Are You Someone's Inspiration? Maybe you've been running for a few years or maybe you're like me and have been running for over forty years. No matter how long you've been a “runner,” try and think back to when you first started running on serious basis. Was there one particular individual that you really admired and served as a type of role model to get you started running? Is there anyone today that you look up to and you really feel is a positive influence on your running? You can probably think of such role models you've had in the past, and today. For most of us, role models have played, and continue to play, a very important part in our running careers. Much of the research on role models is based upon Albert Bandura's Social Learning Theory. Bandura felt humans learn by participatory modeling, imitation and vicarious experience. We all learn by observing, integrating and then copying the proper and desirable behaviors of others. Our role models can be people we actually know, or they can be individuals we know only through the media. We model the behaviors of the people we admire, either through acting out real behaviors or through mental imagery, which is a form of what Bandura termed vicarious experience. Role models can be found in many aspects of life; however there are some specific groups of role models that can have tremendous influences on our behavior. First, and foremost, is the family unit. Family members, especially parents, may stimulate initial interest in sports and specific sports activities. Many of you may have children who run also. You probably are their most important role model! Later born children will tend to model their older siblings. Older brothers and sisters who run will increase the likelihood of later-born siblings getting involved in running. What sporting events children attend as spectators, will also have an effect on what sports they choose to participate in later in life. Children that attend track meets and road races, even to spectate, will be more inclined to select running as their sport of choice, especially if parents and siblings are participants. Running heroes can be a tremendously important form of role model. We all admire certain runners. It may be someone in your hometown or even a runner from another country. When I was just beginning to run, my role model was the former world record holder for the mile, John Walker of New Zealand. Even today I am partial to wearing a black racing outfit, probably because that's the color that the
By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.
New Zealand runners wore. When I moved up to the marathon, the one runner who inspired me the most was Alberto Salazar. Even though he was about my age, I admired his gritty mental toughness and dogged determination. I'm sure each of you has your own special running hero who has, and continues to motivate and inspire! It may be Joan Benoit Samuelson, Kara Goucher or even your neighbor who completed her first marathon in her 60s. We can often relate to our running heroes because they share the same trials and tribulations in the sport that we do. It doesn't matter if you're an Olympian or an around the block fitness buff, there are going to be injuries to deal with, setbacks, disappointments, triumphs and moments where you experience extreme jubilation. We may choose our role models by the way they deal with these ups and downs of running. Through our role models we live a little bit as they do and share in their experiences. We emulate and strive to be like our role models because we see in them the grand possibilities in us. Our peers can also be very, very powerful role models. Sometimes our friends and acquaintances can exert enough influence to actually override our own individual preferences and tastes. In young people peer pressure may indeed be the major factor in beginning new behaviors, both good and bad. Many people actually get their start in running because they finally “give in” to a friend who has been trying to persuade them for months to give running a try. Another way in which peers can influence exercise behavior is through the popularity phenomena. When something becomes very popular in the general public many people will get involved just to fit in. Often times a reason people give for doing any activity is because “everyone is doing it.” The running boom of the 1970s and 1980s was fueled by these very phenomena. In the 70s and 80s running was “the thing” to do for everyone!
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After the Run Phil Brown Remembered at Memorial 5K The Duke Energy Hines Energy Complex in Bartow, Florida, was a moving sea of runners and walkers wearing green tee shirts on the morning of April 1. Each week, my husband, Phil, started his workweek at Duke by wearing a green, two-button polo shirt. This was not a work-related requirement - simply a personal tradition that Phil had started a few years ago. Perhaps he wanted to see who was awake enough to notice the trend. Maybe he felt that green would be a lucky Irish start to each workweek. The reverberation from the Irish bagpipes that were played at Phil's funeral on March 6, was a resonating reminder of Phil's strong Irish roots. Service attendees wore running shoes in Phil's honor, and the men in Phil's family, wore green shirts. The green shirts at the 'Phil Brown Memorial 5k' on April 1, were slightly different. Embellished with winged running shoes and Phil's name, these shirts floated around the starting line with an energy prepared to celebrate Phil's life, and accomplish miles in his honor. Countless stories were shared with me that morning. They brought joy to my heart and tears to my eyes. “Phil saved my life,” one man said to me. He pulled out his phone and showed me a picture of himself from six months earlier. He was 60 pounds heavier. “I was on 16 types of medication for Colitis, and nothing was working. Phil encouraged me to change my diet, eat all natural, and eat a lot of fruits,” the man, who works as a contractor at Duke, said. He lost more than 40 pounds in six months, started running, and now needs no medication. “I credit Phil for all of it,” he said, explaining that none of the many doctors he had seen, had ever inquired about his nutrition. Another man, who was wearing HOKA
By Mary Marcia Brown
running shoes, also approached me. He told me that Phil was an excellent Supervisor. “He drove us to run this power plant, but he also drove us to try to live healthfully,” the gentleman shared. He said that Phil had encouraged him to start running. He started somewhere around three miles and as his commitment to running continued and his miles increased, he said that Phil encouraged him to invest in a pair of HOKA running shoes. “These things felt like clouds under my feet,” the man said, referencing his neatly tied HOKAs that he now wears during his runs of up to 17 miles. The 5k course encircled the power plant. In January of 2015, Phil and I had participated in another Duke Energy employees and family 5k along that course. Phil was the Overall winner that day, and I chased him to realize a 2ndplace finish. A local artist recently sketched a likeness of Phil, from that special day. I was able to have the image transmuted to the front of shirts for Phil's family to wear to the Memorial 5k. The image of Phil, rested (literally) on my heart, as I ran for him on April 1. His love of running fueled my feet to finish in the midst of swirling emotion. Everything was a reminder of the last time I had run around that plant - with him. Finishing the 5k, I looked at the Duke
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Post-race photo of the April 1 'Phil Brown Memorial 5k' at Duke Energy.
Image of Phil created by local artist (from photo of Phil running at Duke Energy in 2015).
Energy tower that served as the background to Phil's victorious finish a couple years earlier. He was filled with sheer joy that day. I also looked at the photos of Phil that had been strategically placed by the registration table. Seeing the banner, with Phil's name (in green), waving above each finish line success, moved me to more tears. I wanted him to be there. I wanted him to be part of it all. I wished he could see his nephew completing his very first 5k. I wanted him to see his brother running a 5k for the first time in 20 years, and I wanted him to see his dad doing what he always wished he would do - put his weekly running training to the test, by participating in an organized race. I hope that on some level and in some dimension, he experienced it. I hope he heard the stories, and I hope he saw all the smiles. Among the smiles, that approached the
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This Running Life Vision Loss Can't Stop Runner From Finishing Umstead 100 On April 2, deep in the dark woods of Umstead State Park at Raleigh, NC, there was a chill in the air as the black night sky drifted into pink dawn and the stars faded in the early morning light. Richard Hunter, in tears, burst over the finish line at the Umstead 100 Endurance Race, 24 hours, 29 minutes and 47 seconds after he started at 6 a.m. the previous day. April Fool’s Day seems a likely holiday to begin the kind of feat many people consider a folly, but at Umstead Park every spring, the 100-mile race is more like a family reunion. For Hunter, 49, whose vision has been fading for the past 30 years, traveling to Raleigh to compete in the Umstead 100 was like a holy grail. Later, when the tears had dried and he was properly massaged and fed, Hunter reflected on his journey and vowed to take a month-long rest from running. He’s a Boston Marathon finisher and an Ironman, but this was his first 100-mile ultramarathon. He considers it his greatest accomplishment. “I’m so ready for a break, so ready,” he said, between bites of scrambled eggs and French toast. “I respect this distance, and I respect people who can run 100 miles. I don’t take anything for granted.” Hunter started running when he was a kid, but never really liked it. He jogged for exercise, and as a student majoring in psychology at Oregon State University, he ran as part of his ROTC training. At 6’1” and 230 pounds, he’s built more like a lineman than an elite runner. In 1989, when he was 22 and serving as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps, he was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa. “Eye disease is not compatible with serving in the military, so I received a medical discharge,” he said in a phone conversation about a week before the Umstead 100. He enjoyed a second career as a school psychologist, but retired in 2005 when his vision had diminished to the point he could no longer observe his students. Yet I wanted to continue serving as a role model for children to set ambitious goals in the face of adversity,” he said. He also wanted to be a role model for his own three daughters. So he started running. Really running. He qualified for the Boston Marathon and ran that storied race for the first time in 2008. He has run it twice more since then and achieved his 3:17 PR two years ago. The National Eye Institute defines Retinitis Pigmentosa as a group of rare genetic disorders that involve a breakdown
By Teri Saylor
and loss of cells in the retina – the lightsensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. The disease affects 1 in 4,000 people worldwide. Common symptoms include difficulty seeing at night and a loss of peripheral vision. In late stage RP, people develop what is known as “tunnel vision,” and eventually they lose most of their sight. Hunter noticed a rapid decline between 2005 and 2008, and today, describes his field of vision as less than 5 degrees, with islands of grainy spotty, blobs. In the daylight, I can see shadows and contrasts. Depending on the light, I won’t be able to see the edge of the trails, and at nighttime I will be blind,” he said. “I will be able to see flashlights and headlamps, but not the terrain and in fact those lights may be distracting.” Hunter’s dream team: For Hunter’s Umstead run, he assembled a dream team of guides. None of the three runners he had tapped to guide and pace him had ever served as the eyes for a visu-
ally impaired runner, but all of them are experienced ultra-marathoners. Alan Barachievich has run a dozen 100mile ultras, including six Western States finishes. A physical therapist from South Lake Tahoe, Calif., he was the first of Hunter’s guides, scheduled to run with him for the first 25 miles before resting up to pace his wife Caroline, who also completed the Umstead 100. Eric Fogleman, an eye doctor from Southern Pines, N.C., is a prolific ultramarathon runner who was next in line and guided Hunter for the second 50 miles. Frankie Stone, an event planner from South Lake Tahoe, has finished seven 100mile ultra-marathons, including four at Umstead. She “knows Umstead like the back of her hand,” she says, and paced Hunter for the final 25 miles, in the dark. The Umstead 100 takes place on a 12.5mile looped course, consisting mainly of a wide bridle trail, and known for its forgiving surface. There is a short stretch of technical terrain and a sloping staircase that leads to the main aid station where runners can change clothes, eat, replenish water bottles and visit the race doctor and other medical professionals for minor pain, illness and blistered feet. It takes eight loops to complete the 100-mile course, and while the course is officially open for 30 hours, many runners strive to complete the race in 24 hours or less. This year’s winner, Olivier LeBlond of Washington, DC finished in 14:05:50. At Umstead, regular runners are allowed to have pacers after they reach the 50-mile
Frankie Stone and Richard Hunter cross the finish line after Hunter completes his 100-mile run in 24:29. Photo by Teri Saylor
mark or after running for 12 hours. Hunter, who never felt his limited vision was an impediment, was more worried about his size than his sight, and believed he actually had an advantage over the sighted runners – the ability to have experienced runners guide him and help him through the entire race. “Frankie and these guys, Eric and Alan, they’re all accomplished ultra-runners and just have a ton of experience, so I was set up for success, no question about it,” Hunter said after completing the race. “A lot of people don’t have the support I had out there, in terms of crew support and the guide support from people who are so experienced.” Stone admits to having a big case of nerves before the race. Neither she nor her fellow pilots had ever guided anyone with a visual impairment anywhere, let alone on a 100-mile trail run, and the weight of the responsibility lay heavy on her shoulders. “I think we’re all really a little nervous about this because we want to make sure we’re going to be good at the job we’ve been tasked to do,” she said, sitting in the lobby of a local hotel the day before the race. “I think we are more worried than Richard. He’s as calm as he can be.” Hunter gave his guides a tutorial he wrote for “United in Stride,” a database of resources and tools to unite runners who are blind or visually impaired with sighted guides across North America. It was founded by the Massachusetts Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired in 2015 and has identified guides in nearly every state and in Canada. “Guiding a blind person is not rocket science,” Hunter said. “On Thursday (before the Saturday start), we went over to Umstead and we practiced with the tether briefly.” He held up his tether, a flexible, bright blue, slightly frayed strip of webbing, about 18 inches long, with looped handles on each end. A running buddy In 2015, Hunter was matched up with his best training buddy, Klinger, a handsome German Shepherd. It was a newsworthy pairing because Klinger is the first guide dog in the nation trained for running. At the age of two, he graduated from the Guiding Eyes for the Blind school in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. in a pilot program as the first-ever certified running guide dog. It took six months of specialized training and logging more than 200 miles before Klinger was certified to become a
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Running Journal • May, 2017
The Athlete’s Kitchen
EAT WELL, RUN WELL
The Science of Fueling for Performance Don’t let As a sports dietitian, I rely on the research of exercise physiologists and sports scientists who study the best ways for competitive runners - and all serious athletes - to fuel their bodies to optimize their performance. John Ivy PhD, Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas-Austin and author of Nutrient Timing, is one such researcher. Here are some of his insights. • Competitive runners need three times more carbs than protein to optimally fuel their muscles. If you are on a high protein (or high fat) diet, you could easily be missing that goal. Poorly fueled muscles have a higher risk of becoming damaged during exercise. • Let's say you are an Ironman triathlete who is training hard day after day. To optimally fuel your muscles on a daily basis, research indicates you want to consume at least 2.5-3.5 grams carbohydrate/lb. (6-8 g/kg) body weight/day, spread evenly throughout the day. That means carb-rich grains, fruits & veggies every 2 to 3 hours. This naturally happens if you eat breakfast, morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner, and evening snack. • Consuming carbohydrate stimulates the release of insulin. Insulin regulates the amount of glucose (sugar) in blood and allows the blood glucose to get into muscles to fuel muscles and replenish depleted muscle glycogen. Insulin also blocks the breakdown of muscle. • Protein combined with carbs stimulates a higher insulin response than eating just carbohydrate alone. This means, after you finish a hard track workout or a long run, recovering with chocolate milk will replace glycogen more efficiently and better refuel your depleted muscles than if you were to have a Gatorade. • Fueling during a track meet offers an energy advantage. If you are competing in more than one event, you would be wise to consume at least carbs, but better-yet, a carb-protein beverage, as soon as tolerable after the first event. Toss a few 8ounce lowfat chocolate milk boxes into your gym bag? • After an exhausting workout, a 155-lb (70 kg) runner should consume about 450 calories of recovery food. The ideal target is 25-30 grams protein + ~85 grams carb as soon as tolerable. (More precisely, 0.2 g protein + 0.6 g carb/lb. (0.4 g P + 1.2 g C/kg) body weight.) This could be 24 ounces of chocolate milk or 8 ounces of vanilla Greek yogurt + _ cup granola + a banana. Food labels can help you figure out winning combinations of foods. (Don't get obsessed about the exact ratio; pay more attention to the concept of consuming more calories from carbs than from protein.) • To get the most out of your weight-lifting program, you want to surround your workout with food. In a 13-week training program, one group consumed carbs + protein before and after the workout, while another group ate the same food but at the start and end of the day. The group that ate food close to their weight lifting session had a better training response and at the end of the 13-week training period, they were able to lift heavier weights (bench press, squat, dead lift). • By choosing both carbs+ protein (oatmeal + eggs, or pasta + meat sauce), you will be able to exercise better 24 and 48 hours after hard muscle-damaging exercise. You'll have a lower blood level of creatine kinase (CK), a marker of muscle damage. • Post-run protein activates mTOR, an enzyme that turns on muscle-building pathways. While protein helps build muscles, carbs refuel muscles; so again, you want to eat some sort of carb-protein combination at meals and snacks. Doing so helps sustain a rapid rate of recovery for 8 hours.
nutrition be your By Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D.
• About 20 grams of post-run protein is optimal to stimulate muscle growth. It's more protein than many morning runners might consume. For example, if you generally eat just a bowl of oatmeal after your morning run, your might want to cook the oatmeal in milk and add two hardboiled eggs to the meal. Or if you have just a salad after a lunchtime workout, top the salad with tuna fish (and add a whole grain roll). • At night, growth hormone peaks between 10:00 PM and 2:00 AM (the same time kids have growth spurts). You want to take advantage of elevated growth hormone by providing your muscles with the tools they need to grow. This means, before bed, eat a snack with protein, such as cottage cheese, turkey roll-ups, or 3-4 ounces of leftover chicken. (But please, don't even think about getting up in the middle of the night to eat. Sleep is more important!) • In the early hours of the morning (4:00 AM) when blood glucose is sinking, another hormone, cortisol, triggers muscles to break down into amino acids (the building blocks of protein). These amino acids then get converted into glucose by the liver and normalize blood glucose levels so the brain has fuel to function. A bedtime snack can help maintain normal blood glucose levels overnight. • Don't exercise on empty in the morning; you want to break the fast! When you awaken in the morning, your cortisol levels are elevated and breaking down muscle. If you eat nothing before your morning run, and/or skip breakfast afterwards, you stay in a catabolic (muscle-loss) state. Bad idea! A pre-run snack, such as a banana, granola bar or swig of orange juice can switch your body from being in the muscle breakdown mode to the muscle-building mode. • By the time the average (non-athletic) 20 year-old is age 70, he or she has lost about 40% of his/her muscle mass; the rate of decline is about 6% per decade. Muscle power starts to decline about age 30; strength at about age 40. By lifting weights, you can curb that loss; use it or lose it! To reduce muscle loss, do “protein pacing” - eating protein evenly throughout the day. This is preferable to having a big chunk of protein just at dinner. The bottom line: Food works! To optimize performance, 1) pay attention to what and when you eat and 2) eat carb-protein combinations, with more carbs than protein. A sports dietitian can help you create a winning soccer food plan. Use the referral network at SCANdpg.org to find your local expert. Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD has a private practice in the Boston-area (Newton; 617-795-1875), where she helps both fitness exercisers and competitive athletes create winning food plans. Her best-selling Sports Nutrition Guidebook, and food guides for marathoners, cyclists and new runners are available at nancyclarkrd.com. For information about her online workshop with John Ivy, see NutritionSportsExerciseCEUs.com.
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Running Journal • May, 2017
Learning from the Young Guns Things Professional Runners Do Better Than Us Imagine if you could pay an entry fee, show up in Augusta, and compete at the Masters against the best golfers in the world. One of the beautifully unique things about distance running is whether you're a two-hour marathoner or a sevenhour marathoner everyone lines up on the same start line and runs the same course. When our ZAP Fitness professional team does a question and answer session at our running camps one thing that always surprises our adult campers is how similar their experiences in the sport are. It doesn't matter how fast you are, many of the mental and physical challenges are the same, as are many of the motivations and joys; whether it's the elation of breaking through for a personal best or the drudgery of lacing up your shoes on “one of those mornings.” Despite there being more similarities than differences, there are three important things the pros do a better job of than most of us, outside of just running fast. Running fast, is of course the goal for all of us, and to get there we can learn from some of the very best. Most of these skills have been developed through the countless hours professional athletes have spent mastering their craft, but that doesn't mean we can't put their lessons to use for ourselves. I have spent many words of this column preaching the value of keeping your easy days easy, and by in large most professional athletes adhere to that principal. As with most of these concepts, it is easier for a professional athlete to adhere to them due to their experience, but also their ability. In this case professional runners tend to have several more gears in the transmission than the rest of us, sometimes limited to two - go and stop. While it may be easier for the pros to adjust their effort and find a pace that is easy and conversational, taking that lesson to heart will allow you to train healthier, train more consistently, and realize bigger improvements coming off harder workouts. Being in tune with your body is an important concept that allows you to take easy days easy, and when you need them. The best athletes understand that hard days and easy days can be more about effort than pace. An easy pace can vary greatly based on the day and level of fatigue, and you will rarely see professional athletes checking their pace on an easy run. Easy days are good for ditching the GPS watches that lure us into running faster and faster. If you know the distance
By Ryan Warrenburg, ZAP Fitness
of the loop you're running, a simple chronograph watch will track the time it takes, and that alone gives you an overall picture of how your body is reacting and feeling, but worrying about keeping the pace high on an easy day is counterproductive. They are called “easy runs” or “recovery runs” for a reason and that is to allow your body to recover, regardless of the pace. Another important aspect to recovery and performance is proper nutrition, particularly post exercise. For professional athletes whose job is literally running as fast as possible, it's easier to take the time to plan and prepare proper nutrition throughout the day. However, just because the pros have more time doesn't mean we shouldn't bother paying attention to what we're putting in our bodies and when. The when is particularly important and that is an area where the pros are generally more attentive than the rest of us. We know our bodies operate most efficiently when they have a steady stream of calories throughout the day. This means eating frequently throughout the day rather than in two huge meals so your body isn't operating in big caloric deficits and surpluses throughout the day. If you were to attend the practice of a professional training group or individual you would find almost everyone consuming something immediately after their training run or race, even if they have a bad case of “tempo tummy” and don't feel like eating. The very simple act of consuming a few hundred calories immediately after a run kick starts the recovery process and allows the body to repair damaged muscle much more quickly. I recently had a conversation with a coaching client that illuminated a stark difference between the way most people approach their racing and the way professional athletes approach their racing. He was disappointed in a 5K he had run like all of us have been. The temperatures were hot and the field was competitive.
What he didn't realize initially was despite his “slow” time he had won his age group. Racing shouldn't always be about time. It's not to say the pros don't have goal times, everyone loves to run a personal best, but they are much less fixated on the numbers and more focused on competition. You often hear announcers on TV talk about how slow the pace of a championship event is, but the runners could care less; all they care about is winning. Unlike someone starting in the second corral of the third wave of a 20,000 person race, it's easy for them to identify their competition at any race the same way LeBron James knows who's going to guard him every night in the NBA. While it may be hard to identify individual competitors at big races, you can still have outcome goals that aren't predicated on covering a distance the fastest you've ever covered it, especially in the case of inclement weather. It's easy to check online at past results and come up with an age group placement goal for almost any race. Many of the mental struggles in running: pushing through pain in racing, dealing with low confidence or a bad race, finding motivation when you're in the dumps - these are all shared experiences we deal with together. Just as we all
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Running Journal • May, 2017
Women’s Running Hasay Continues To Win In Preparation For Boston Debut The 40th running of the Gate River Run 15K, which also served as the 24th consecutive USATF national championship, took place on a beautiful day with temperatures in the low 60s, but with a significant wind coming into the competitors faces as they navigated the "green monster" Hart Bridge. Nearly 120 elite athletes lined up for the start of the 15,849 entrant race, which is the largest 15K in the United States. The field included six Olympians and a contingent of significant recent performances. The elite women started six minutes ahead of the rest of the field and the first male or female to reach the finish line would earn the $5000 equalizer bonus. The women went out at a fairly pedestrian 5:27 (enroute to her American record Shalane Flanagan hit the mile in 4:57!). There was a large group still together at the two mile, hit in 10:41. Only two of the lead pack got water at the two mile point. Mile four was passed in 21:22 and the pack was down to eight including 2016 Olympians Kim Conley and Emily Infield. Jordan Hasay, Aliphine Tuliamuk, Laura Thweatt, Neely Gracey, Natosha Rodgers and Liz Costello stayed together until five (26:37) when Costello and Conley dropped off. The remaining six stayed the course through 10K (33:03) and seven (37:50) taking turns in the lead. As they approached the base of the Hart Bridge, Hasay (Houston Half Marathon winner in 68:40 run on a very warm,
By Carolyn Mather, RN, PhD.
muggy day in January of 2017) took command and quickly separated herself from the remaining five who quickly broke apart. Infield took up the chase but Hasay had gotten away. Hasay is a very fit but very tiny woman who is preparing to debut at the marathon in Boston in mid April. She stayed in the middle of the lane as I could see the wind buffeting her significantly back and forth. "On the hill we were going really slow, so I thought I might as well take it" she stated at the finish. As she ran a 4:58 last mile down the Hart Bridge, two men were working together to catch her. She never took any water and never looked back but she could feel the pressure from behind her. Later she stated she did not know if her surge was successful until she crossed the finish."I didn't want to look back. I didn't look back and people were saying, 'They're coming! They're coming!' When people passed me, I hoped it was a man
L-R: Carolyn Mather, Jordan Hasay, and elite athlete coordinator Richard Fannin
and it was." She said "although I lost the equalizer bonus, I got to witness an incredible race to the finish" as Leonard Korir and Shadrack Kipchirchir battled past her to the closest finish ever at Gate. Korir, a 2016 Olympian was the very last elite runner to pick up his number at 9 p.m. the evening before the race. He told me he would give me 20 (push-ups) as that would be his punishment for being so derelict in his duty. I am glad I did not expect them that night as he needed every bit in his tank as he edged his U.S. Army World Class Athlete teammate by less than a second. A large group of men alternated the lead pack of nine and Korir who had stayed near the front but never led made his move on the descent of the Hart Bridge. "When they got to the top of the bridge, they decided play time was over" seventh place finisher Jon Grey stated. As Korir made a move only Kipchirchir went with him, matching him stride for stride."He is so strong" Korir said of Kipchirchir. "Especially doing 400, 200, he kicks so hard. I was scared this guy was going to make a big move." Korir lunged to the finish line winning a thriller by less than a second (43:22). Hasay (49:28) finished behind the two men. Infield was the second woman 14 seconds behind her, but although she did not go with Hasay on the uphill, she was pleased with her finish. Olympian Korir is on a tear as he won the Houston Half and the US Cross Country championships adding a third national title in three months. Hasay had triumphed at Houston and was gearing up to do another half in Prague before her Boston debut. She managed to get in a total of 18miles on the day of Gate and gave her Dad a nice birthday present with her win. One of her coaches told me she is averaging 110 miles a week and has had a good Boston prep thus far. A first marathon is never a done deal but Hasay is getting all the workouts and preparation done. She is still trying to learn to drink on the run and that will be important in Boston. I am really looking forward to her Boston debut. The 40th Gate was a total success although the anticipated breaking of Todd William's record (42:22)was foiled by the wind and the variable pace of the leaders. The record set in 1995 remains intact. Richard Fannin did his usual incredible job of getting arguably the best field ever for the 40th running of the race his father,
Buck Fannin founded in 1978. Congrats to race director Doug Alred and all of the great folks who make Gate a spring tradition year after year. Carolyn Mather,R.N.,PhD. lives and runs in north Georgia and is a member of the Atlanta Track Club Elite. She can be reached at email@example.com.
RUNNING PSYCHOLOGY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 We should all try to use our role models in a very positive manner. Certainly, in today's society there are many negative role models that the media bombards us with each and every day. “Dirty laundry” makes a good story in both print and electronic media. I can think of no other activity in which the positive values of American Society are as deeply engrained as they are in running. Hard work, dedication, discipline and dealing with success and failure are all very important values for life and each of these are certainly learned through running. In reality everyone that runs serves as a role model for those who don't. The average fitness level of Americans certainly needs to be improved, and by being runners, each of you has a positive influence on improving fitness in the general public. Embrace your identity as a running role model because it is indeed an important one. You never know how many people admire you and how many people you inspire through your running. Society needs positive role models and I can think of no more positive role models than runners. You just never know when you're someone's inspiration!
Richard Ferguson is Chair of the Physical Education, Wellness, and Sport Science Department of Averett University and is an AASP Certified SportPsycology Consultant. He may be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Running Journal • May, 2017
Masters Running and Beyond Getting Ready to Race - A Guide for Beginner Runners I want to begin this month’s column with a general note to my valued readers. After writing here in Running Journal for eight years and covering what seems like every subject under the sun that is related to masters running, I will sometimes expand my horizons and write about things that may not specifically apply to Masters runners. Hopefully you will still find a tidbit or two that you find useful, like this month when I focus on getting a beginner runner ready for his or her first race. After all, we were all beginner runners once upon a time, and a few of you may be new to running right now. Also, several of us have friends who have recently taken up running. Last month I discovered some notes that I wrote 14 years ago, to get participants in a local beginner runner program physically and mentally ready for their first race. And it dawned on me that we were all beginners at some point. Even a seasoned runner like me can always use a few reminders about how to get ready to race! For a new runner entering her first race, it will always be a challenge and a milestone. Her reasons for participating in an organized event instead of continuing to run on neighborhood streets or trails could be many, but to master a challenge is almost always one of them. Even if she doesn’t consider this a reason when she signs up it will evolve into one as race day nears, because she will be on unchartered territory. So, rather than aiming for a specific time I would recommend for a first time racer to focus on crossing the finish line, being somewhat challenged but at the same time as comfortable as she can. So how is this possible, to be comfortable and challenged at the same time? Shouldn’t we step out of our comfort zone when we take on a challenge, such as a race? Whether we are beginners or experienced runners we want to perform as well as we can on race day, which means leaving our comfort zone. This is easier to do if we are prepared for what lies ahead, which is why I have addressed some of the most common new runner questions and pitfalls below. The biggest confidence builder for a new runner is probably to have completed the race distance on a training run before attempting it in a race. But what else might a new runner want to know prior to their first race, in order to make it a positive experience? Below I will answer some questions they may have.
By Lena Hollmann
“Should I run the day before the race?” For a new runner, I recommend NO. We want to feel as fresh as possible on race day. A light walk or swim may be beneficial though, especially to remove some of the pre-race jitters. “What should I wear during the race?” The most important piece of gear for a first time racer is a good pair of shoes, which are not brand new. Experienced runners have figured this one out of course, but beginners maybe not. For them it might be tempting to go to the store the day before their first race and get a new pair of shoes. But they will certainly regret it when they reach the finish line with their feet full of blisters! The best advice you can give a new runner is to wear a pair of shoes they have worn and felt comfortable in during several training runs, but show no visible signs of wear and tear. Other wearables that new runners might not give enough attention to are a good and supportive jog bra for the women, and for all of us, whether new to running or not – sunscreen! Especially here in Florida, and especially during the spring and summer season, sunscreen in a must. Even if the race is early in the morning, we will get sun exposure as we are hanging out after the race, enjoying refreshments, talking to friends, and waiting for the awards ceremony. A new runner may also feel tempted to bundle up too much, especially if it’s chilly on race day. So they need to be reminded that it’s OK to feel a little cold at the start, as they will warm up once the race is under way. “What should I bring to the race?” An experienced runner usually knows what to put in their race bag. However it still helps to have a checklist so that we don’t forget anything as we leave the house in haste early on race day morning. Even better, pack your bag the night before. Some things to pack are an extra shirt (as you will sweat and may want to
change), warm-up clothes for pre-race, a towel, a banana or other light snack for after the race, extra pins, a water bottle or two, and if it looks like it might rain, a garbage bag or raincoat to wear before the start. Again, most of us know how to pack for a race. But for a new runner a checklist will come in handy, for their comfort and confidence. “What should I eat before the race?” This varies from person to person. In order to avoid unpleasant surprises on race day, it’s a good idea to test before heading out on training runs what works for each of us. The best advice for a new runner is to eat foods they are familiar with the night before and morning of the race, and nothing too spicy. Personally, I will have a cup of coffee and a slice of toast or two on race morning, and this should work for most new runners as well. Last but not the least, we need to pay attention to hydration. I could write an entire column about this, as the amount we need to drink depends on a number of factors, among them the weight of the runner and the weather on race day. A general guideline for a new runner would be to drink enough so they don’t feel thirsty but not so much that they feel bloated. And also to drink plenty after the race, to replenish fluids lost. “When should I arrive at the race site?” For a new racer, not arriving early enough to the race is probably the biggest pitfall of all. They might believe that if they get there 20 minutes before the start, they have plenty of time. So, it cannot be emphasized enough that runners need to allow an abundance of time for parking, warm-up, potty visit, etc. etc. If they haven’t picked up their race packet beforehand, they need to allow additional time for that. I would recommend arriving 45 minutes to an hour ahead of time at a minimum, more than so for larger races. And again, make sure a new runner knows to allow time for the potty line! “How do I control nervousness before the race?” I’m not nearly as nervous before races now as I was during my more competitive days. I race mostly for fun now, and have raced for so many years that it has become routine. But for a new runner arriving at a race site for the first time, it is a different story! They need to know that being a little bit nervous can be a
good sign and nothing to worry about. This indicates that they are geared up and concentrated on the task at hand. But if pre-race nervousness bothers them, they need to remind themselves that they are doing the race for fun, and that they have done it before, even though it was in a different setting, on a training run. (This why having completed the race distance on training can be so very helpful!) To have a friend or a support group on site also helps, which is one reason why beginner runner group programs can be an important confidence builder. I hope you can pick out what applies to you, or maybe to a friend who is new to racing, from the advice I have shared here. Maybe you even have a Masters runner friend or two that you can inspire to join you at the races after they realize how fun and easy it can be! Lena Hollmann is a certified personal trainer with American Council on Exercise (ACE), and also the RRCA North Florida State Rep. She lives and runs in Naples, FL, and can be reached at email@example.com
AFTER THE RUN CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 counting clock, came Adrien - a man with a full-out sprinting finish, like no other I have ever seen. Prior to preparing for Phil's Memorial 5k, Adrien was heavier and had not run in quite some time. Yet during Phil's Memorial 5k, he placed fourth overall, and he looked great. In fact, the entire group of more than 60 runners and walkers, looked great. More importantly however, their supportive, compassionate, loving, and giving energy felt great. The run, which will now be an annual event in honor and in memory of Phil, raised more than $1500 for Phil's alma mater, Williamson College of the Trades - the school where Phil ran cross country before becoming an accomplished ultra runner. (Editor's note: Phil Brown was killed March 1 in a head-on crash with a truck while riding his motorcycle to work. The truck was attempting to pass another vehicle. He was thrown from his motorcycle and died at the scene.) Mary Marcia is a runner, fitness professional, and Race Director of the TICK TOCK ULTRA MARATHON & TEAM RELAY in Lakeland, Florida. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting www.ticktockultra.vpweb.com.
Running Journal • May, 2017
Distance Memories Lowering the Bar at Albany, then Celebrating I’ve been running marathons since 1979. In every last one of them I’ve always had a goal; one that continued raising the bar higher and higher. Finish. Break three-anda-half hours. Run through the wall. Break three hours. Qualify for Boston. Set a personal best. Set another personal best … and another. Later, as age caught up with me and took its toll on my endurance and to an even greater degree my speed, the focus was no longer on raising the bar but rather on making each marathon a memorable one. I’m happy to say that I was never disappointed. It may have been because I was able to run in a new and exciting locale, help another runner achieve a personal goal or simply meet new people along the way who would all become friends for life. The past few years the goal has simply been to turn each marathon into an adventure. It’s not that any of my marathons haven’t been, but rather to say that if that adventure no longer existed the thrill of running a marathon would be lost. This morning, as I lace up my shoes for a marathon my goal is simply this: Don’t die.
THIS RUNNING LIFE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 member of Hunter’s family. Klinger, who is limited to running distances of six miles or less, did not travel to North Carolina. Instead he stayed home in California with Hunter’s wife and daughters. The group of novice guides took solace in the idea that if a dog can be trained to run with Hunter, then they should be able to do it too. “I never even thought about that,” Hunter said. “That’s hilarious. How hard can it be if a dog can do it?” Stone laughed. “I’m Klinger’s stand-in on this trip,” she said. After Stone crossed the Umstead finish line with Hunter, her laughter mingled with tears of joy. “I learned that people can do extraordinary things,” she said later. “Anything is possible. I feel transformed and forever changed, and my own running has already benefited from spending time with Richard.” Fogleman, the optometrist, is looking at ultra-running with new eyes too. In his practice, he deals with low-vision patients on a regular basis. Richard is an inspiration. It was just a big inspiration to run with him, and I’ve learned so much,” he said. “This was a whole new experience, to have to maneuver stairs, roots and trails with a vision-
By Scott Ludwig
After suffering a heart attack a little over seven months ago, I think the goal is realistic. My heart doctor — who has given me a green light to continue running with one caveat, ‘Don’t push it’— is in my corner. Friends I’ll be running with today are both in my corner: Val, with whom I’ve run marathons for the past two dozen years, and Antonio, who is running his very first marathon and in all probability will be the last person I’ll ever personally have any influence on in becoming a long distance runner. They, as well as I, know there is a very real possibility that the thrill of pounding the pavement for most of the morning is also an open invitation for the impaired runner.” The wreck. In 2011, Hunter, completed the Ford Ironman Florida triathlon in 11:55:2. He has also completed numerous shorter distance triathlons and two 50-mile ultramarathons. But four years ago, on a sunny August day, while training for his second Ironman, his athletic career and indeed his life, were nearly cut short. He was on a tandem bike with his pilot, Justin Waller, when a car driven by an elderly woman attempted to turn left into a parking lot and hit them. Hunter, who was thrown over Waller, shot headfirst through the car’s windshield, his head landing the driver’s lap and his legs hanging over the hood. His helmet was cracked, and he suffered facial fractures and a fracture of his C-7 vertebrae, which has never completely healed, though his spinal cord wasn’t damaged. He manages muscle tightness and pain with massage therapy and over the counter medicine. On race day, he relied on Barachievich, the physical therapist, to help with pain management. A naturally speedy runner, Hunter knew his ultimate challenge would be to avoid giving in to a desire to start out too quickly. He relied on his guides to keep him slow and steady. After 50 miles, he was on track to finish the run in 25 hours, but he knew he had a chance to finish sub 24. Coming into the 7th lap, Stone knew it too and offered to help him push his pace
Grim Reaper to rain on my 26.2-mile parade. However, at 7 a.m. the three of us stand shoulder-to-shoulder with 1,000+ likeminded souls who understand that a healthy lifestyle is the best method of keeping death at arm’s length. Val, Antonio and I enjoyed the cool, crisp morning running along the streets of Albany, Georgia to the constant cheers from the local citizens who more than once thanked us for coming to their fair city to run. No, Albany; thank you for having us. By noon Val completed another marathon, bringing her lifetime total to somewhere near 100. Antonio successfully finished his first, and by all indications there will be many more to come. As for me, I’m just happy to report I followed my doctor’s orders and it worked: I crossed the finish line, and I didn’t die. I spent a cool, crisp morning running for a very long time with two of my closest running companions in one of the most runner-friendly cities I know. We all finished, and we got together afterwards to celebrate.
I would never have guessed that by setting the bar so low I was actually raising it higher than it’s ever been. Epilogue: It was 38 years ago this month that I ran my very first marathon in Gainesville, Florida. Moments before the start I asked (then) University of Florida running coach Roy Benson for any advice he could offer. His response — I can still hear it to this day — was terse and to the point: ‘Don’t run marathons.’ He was dead serious. Well Coach, after 200+ marathons I’ve decided to take your advice. I can walk away with the knowledge that the bar is resting comfortably on the top rungs. Scott Ludwig is president and founder of Darkside Running Club (.com). He lives in the Atlanta area and is the author of 11 books - 7 about running - and is working on others. Scott's book “Running to Extremes: The Legendary Athletes of Ultra Running” is now available. It features stories on Ray Zahab, Dean Karnazes, Larry Macon, Mark Covert, Ed Ettinghausen, Mike Morton, Tim Twietmeyer, Ann Trason and seven other amazing athletes of long distance running. You can find it on Amazon and most major booksellers. The book is inspired by and dedicated to the enduring memory and legacy of Ted Corbitt. Scott can be reached at email@example.com. He also has a blog at ScottLudwigRunsandWrites.blogspot.com where his books are available - or at any major online bookstore.
if he wanted to finish in less than 24 hours. Hunter was beyond caring. He only wanted to finish and feel good. He ran most of the trail, and only walked on the hills. As they approached the finish, Stone hoped he was basking in the glory and his success, but he held onto his emotions until the very end.
“I was surprised at how stoic I was. I wasn’t going to celebrate until I finished because I knew a lot could happen,” he said. “Throughout the run, I didn’t know if my body would hold up. I expected to face my demons out there.” But Hunter saw no demons that night. Only angels. A few days after the race, Stone had time to reflect. She has realized a sense of purpose in her running and will be looking to Hunter to help put her in touch with other visually impaired runners. “I love the accomplishment of finishing an endurance race, but because of Richard, my running has become more meaningful,” she said. “I was able to give someone their race.” As for Hunter, he is easing back into his routine, taking Klinger for short jogging excursions. He is still amazed he was able to run 50 miles farther and 12 hours longer than he ever had before. “I’m a big guy and I learned my body can hold up a lot longer than I ever imagined,” he said. “That’s not too bad for someone at 230 pounds. Not too bad for a fat kid.” And for the record, despite all the jokes he makes about his size, Richard Hunter is not fat. He’s fit, and has 100 ways to prove it.
Umstead Assistant Race Director Joe Lugiano presents Richard Hunter with a buckle after he finished. Photo by Teri Saylor
Teri Saylor lives, writes and runs (but not 100 miles) in Raleigh, N.C. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Running Journal • May, 2017
Down the Road Accidents, Illnesses and other Misadventures If you are a runner something is coming for you. What’s it going to be? An accident? An illness? Or something else? Believe me, this is bad news. But something is going to happen to virtually every runner to create problems or perhaps even end their running. Not exactly what you want to hear about. Maybe that’s why you hardly ever see anything written about it. But maybe somebody who has seen and been through some of these things can help you prepare to make the best of it. I’m probably not the first choice, but as Josh Ritter sings in ‘Kathleen’, one of my favorite songs of his: “I’m here and I’m ready and I’ve saved you the passenger seat.” Some things you can prepare for or even better, try to make sure they don’t happen. Of course you can’t prepare for an accident. My wife Kathy and I had perhaps half a second or less to even think about what to do when the woman who was texting came across the center line and hit us head on. Not too much you can do about an accident. What you do afterwards is important. Back in July of 2013 I wrote about how I started running one week after that accident – BAD DECISION. I started running too soon and probably caused further damage to my foot. Like a lot of us who considered ourselves serious runners, we always wanted to get back to running right away. I wish I had taken a little time and not just let the aches and swelling in my body and ankle go down enough to run again. If you are in a serious accident, as Kathy and I were, you should get thoroughly checked out by someone who is tuned in to runners and our desire to keep on running. Then get all the X-Rays, MRIs etc. that they recommend and then TAKE THEIR ADVICE. It always amazes me how people will pay a trained professional to give them their expert opinion and advice and then NOT TAKE IT. Or see a strange doctor and not really get any advice. I cringe when I read what I wrote for this magazine about what I did after the accident: “We didn’t go to the emergency room after being checked out by EMS. We did have a lot of aches and pains the next day so we went to our family practice and saw the doctor on duty. We had to use muscle relaxers and pain killers. We have bruises and soreness, but the rib of mine that felt like it was broken was not, and the painful kidney is just that with no serious injury, and that is a blessing, though both still hurt every time I move
By Cedric Jaggers
right now.” Wow, does that sound like somebody who was thinking straight? Not only did I not see my regular doctor who was a runner, I saw a non-runner and didn’t even get any X-rays. Little did I know that the aches and pains were covering up the severe damage to the ligament, tendons and bone in my right ankle. I got pain killers from a standby doctor who didn’t even know me. Don’t make this mistake. I wish I had gone back and seen the doctor who knew me, even if it meant another annoying trip to the doctor’s office. Minor injuries can also slow you down or stop you. Let them heal. See somebody who knows about runners, and listen to them. I remember Dr. Charlie Post who was our family doctor and a runner himself down in Charleston. When I broke my foot in the New York City Marathon he told me how long I would need not to run to properly recover. The same goes for other major accidents. For minor accidents he would diagnose and give meaningful recommendations. What about illnesses? Every runner is going to have illnesses. Let’s talk about minor illnesses. We all get colds, strange ‘bugs’, and the flu etc. and Charlie would always say “Never run when you have a fever, it can damage your heart.” But for minor things, he would advise the minimum amount of time off from running. Find a doctor who cares about runners. Establish a relationship, so that when, not if you have an accident, you will have someone with a baseline and an understanding of what you do as a runner. What about major illnesses? If you live long enough you are probably going to have one. Kathy surely never expected to have colon cancer at the high point of her running career. But she took the doctors’ advice, had the surgery, and after a long recovery came back. Not only did she come back but after having to miss the 1997 Cooper River Bridge Run, she ran well enough to win 3rd place Grand Masters prize money. So a serious illness is not necessarily the end of your running
or of your ability to run well. Again, proper attention and early diagnosis gets more critical every year you run. A major illness, such as Multiple Sclerosis will end your running. It is just a question of time. It took about two years for Kathy to reach the place where her balance problems ended her running. If you have a major illness, it doesn’t bode well for your future as a runner, but your life doesn’t necessary end. Walking, swimming and biking (if it is a non-balance related illness) are substitutes (albeit not as satisfying to some people) which a lot of people adopt. Keeping fit and keeping the weight off really matter in every category discussed in this article. It gets very difficult to keep weight off when your favorite exercise is taken away from you. It demands your constant attention, and I’ll tell you from personal experience, it is not easy. A lot of illnesses, especially minor ones can probably be minimized by proper diet and by getting enough rest. But life sure sometimes gets in the way of that. Ask any new parents how much time they have for running. Ask anyone who gets a major job promotion and perhaps has to relocate, and take on a lot of additional and probably time consuming responsibilities, how that effected their running. Usually it slows folks down. Will you be the exception? What about misadventures? Shall I bore you with the time I dropped a very large and heavy jar of Dill pickles on my big toe, and it swelled up and hurt like crazy? I guess that could count as an injury, but it
sure was a misadventure as well. What about the time our Siamese cat decided he didn’t want a bath and clawed my hand. The hand was about twice normal size the next day. Or the dog the guy said wouldn’t bite anyone, jumped up and bit Kathy’s hand one day when we were running on the sidewalk down Cherry Road. These kind of things you can’t really plan for, but do the right thing and get them taken care of. And if you need to take a little time off from running do it. There used to be a saying – “If you take one day off from running nobody can tell. If you take two days off from running only you can tell. If you take three days or more off from running your close competitors can tell. If you take weeks off, everyone can tell.” The counterpoint: If you need to take time off from running to recovery, it doesn’t matter how long it takes. What is important is that you take the amount of time you need so you can keep on running. Ask me how much I wish I had taken more time off – months perhaps – after our accident to completely recover. I did not do it at the time, instead I kept building my running, despite the pain and even raced. So now I can’t run. If you are in Rock Hill you might see us walking – Kathy and me, up to about 2 miles most days. Do you want to make it so you can’t run? Let’s hope not. We really want to see you running and racing down the road for as long as you want to do so. Somethings going to get you. Make sure you do what you can to delay it for as long as you can. Cedric Jaggers was elected to the South Carolina Road Runners Hall of Fame in 1992. He is the author of Charleston’s Cooper River Bridge Run. He lives and runs in Rock Hill, SC. He may be reached via e-mail at JaggersRun@comporium.net
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Inspired Daily You Never Forget Your First Marathon I was recently asked a series of questions about my interest in marathons which got me thinking about my first. Like many firsts in our lives, I believe the first marathon is one that will never be forgotten. Can you tell me a bit about your first ever marathon? When was it, which race, and race time? My first marathon was the Jacksonville Marathon in December 1995 in Jacksonville, Florida, about six months after I graduated from Brown University. I had to wait until after college to run my first marathon since I was on the cross country and track teams. My dad was towards the end of his running career but trained and ran the race with me. My first marathon was his last. I cherish that memory. I finished in 3:48. I remember the time exactly because I had missed qualifying for Boston by 8 minutes. There’s a little more to the story in that around mile 18 my quads completely locked up and I was forced to stop and stretch numerous times. Yes, I hit the wall, badly. It was such terrible pain that I waited until 1997 to run my next marathon. But, missing that 3:40
By Rae Ann Darling Reed
Boston qualifying time made my goal to BQ at my next marathon stronger than ever. I did qualify for my first Boston at the 1997 Disney Marathon in January and ran my first Boston just three months later. What made you want to run a marathon in the first place? Growing up in Massachusetts watching the Boston Marathon on television every Patriot’s Day, I dreamed of running it someday. I grew up watching my dad run and win many local road races and marathons. I started running at age eleven, joined the cross country team
in middle school, and then ran cross country and track in high school and college. I enjoyed long runs and longer races like 10Ks. The Boston Marathon was something I always knew I would do someday. What marathon has been your favorite so far? The Boston Marathon for sure. No other race has as much excitement, nostalgia, and history. I live in Florida now so every time we go to Boston it is like going home. That feeling, plus the fact that Boston is the world’s most famous foot race, make it my favorite. As your seventh time racing Boston, what are you most looking forward to? I trained a little differently for this one and I am really excited to compare my fitness level this year to last year. This year I opted for Hansons coaching with a Boston specific, higher mileage plan. It definitely pushed me out of my comfort zone. I can remember years ago when I hit 50 miles for the week for the first time and thought it was such a high number. Over the past three years I have used the Hansons Marathon Method Advanced Plan which has some 50 and 60 mile weeks so I have been used to that. But for Boston 2017 I decided to go big and chose the Hansons Boston 75 mile per week plan. I had a few peak weeks over 70 miles which blew my mind at first, then left me feeling quite exhausted. To be totally honest, the fatique would not have been so bad if I hadn’t raced too much in February and March while I was hitting this peak
weekly mileage, so that’s my mistake not the training plan. I did have to back off the last two weeks of the plan prior to the taper week but as I enter taper week, I am feeling much better than I did two weeks ago. By the time this issue goes to press, I will have run the Boston Marathon and cannot wait to share that result with you! What tips would you give other runners who want to qualify for Boston? Be consistent with your training, put in the miles, strength train, work on flexibility, and find a good coach or training plan that fits your life. If you hire a coach, which I highly recommend, listen to him or her. I didn’t do the best job of that this time around, but we live and learn. Remember that every body is different and responds differently to training, so what works for a friend may not work for you. Whether it’s your first marathon, first Boston, or first 5K, enjoy the journey and don’t focus so much on the result because good or bad, you will always remember your first. Rae Ann Darling Reed runs, coaches, and writes in Florida. She is an RRCA and USATF Level 2 certified running coach, Glukos Energy Ambassador, and has been in the Brooks Inspire Daily program since 2010. Rae Ann is a Fit Expert at Fleet Feet Sports Sarasota and coaches cross country and track at Manatee High School. Follow the RunnerGirl's adventures on twitter @runnergirl or facebook.com/runnergirl
Running Through the Bluegrass Louisville Triple Crown, Success and Disappointment In the 10 years I’ve been a runner, I’ve only completed the Louisville Triple Crown of Running three times. There are a lot of reasons for that, including years I ran spring marathons that made the timing difficult. I definitely had my best year there this year, finishing in the top 10 of all three races. The Triple Crown is a three-race series, with a race usually every other weekend, including a 5k, 10k and a 10 miler. Each year about 20,000 people complete at least one of the three, with about 5,000 finishing the whole series. It’s a challenging and competitive series, but also offers less experienced runners a chance to build up to a longer race. Many also use it as preparation for the Derby miniMarathon in late April. The series kicked off the first weekend in March, which was also the week we moved … and walked into two inches of water in our basement on closing day. For the Anthem 5k, I couldn’t find a lot of my gear, and my regular racing shorts were dirty because I couldn’t use our dryer because the water damage people needed the circuit. I was tired, emotionally drained, and generally had low expectations. Given that, I ran great! I executed my race plan and beat several girls that I don’t usually. However, the
By Tracy Green
course was officially .17 short, so my amazing finish time wasn’t really. Depending on how it is adjusted, it might’ve been a tiny bit of PR, but that’s not how PRs work! Two weeks later, I lined up for the 10k. I blew my race plan, didn’t run well, and overthought the entire thing. Another two weeks later, Papa John’s 10 miler. Coach and I had a talk before that one, and he reminded me that the house and work stress was — without me realizing or accepting it — probably adding about 20 miles of fatigue to my body. My workouts had been okay but not amazing, and on easy days I was feeling sluggish. I came into PJ10 wanting to run a smart, even race; a race where I didn’t put so much pressure on myself that I didn’t
run well. Mission accomplished. In hindsight, there was a group of three girls about 45 seconds ahead of me that finished within 5 seconds of each other. I should’ve been in that group — I probably could’ve been in that group. The past two times I’ve finished the series, I’ve had combined finishing place totals of 218 (2007) and 44 (2015). This year I got that down to 25. It wasn’t quite the series I hoped
Members of Team Personal Best Training - Indy took home the co-ed title in the Triple Crown Team Challenge. From left, Jordan Kyle, Tracy Green and Blake Roberson.
for, but I also knew that would happen this year. After an amazing 2016 and a great fall marathon, I recognized I would have to temper my expectations this year. I wanted to finish in the top 10 of each race, and I did. I had hoped for some PRs — and with the short 5k course, I was cheated on that one. My 10k time was almost a PR and given how poorly I ran it and how windy it was, not bad. And the 10 miler was technically a PR — I ran a (much flatter) 10 mile race on Jan. 1 but it ended up being about .3 long. So, one PR and three top-10 finishes — it’s funny how we can be disappointed by stillgood race performances. Plus our Personal Best Training - Indy team won the co-ed division at each race and the overall title! Want to join us for the Louisville Triple Crown next year? Visit LTCOR.com or find the “Louisville Triple Crown of Running” on Facebook and Twitter. Tracy Green is a runner and writer living in Louisville, KY, where she lives with her husband, Chris. She is a Hammer Nutrition sponsored athlete and certified Pilates instructor. Find her at @TGRunFit on Twitter and Instagram, Facebook.com/TGRunFit, or TGRunFit.com.
Running Journal • May, 2017
SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS more results at running.net
ALABAMA Village 2 Village 10K Birmingham, AL – 3/11 Male, 10K: Overall – Reed Schmidt 36:56, Travis Grappo 37:01, Dustin Dew 37:08. Masters – Jon Graham 38:40. Female, 10K: Overall – Ann Sisson 38:48, Keri Frazier 39:44, Anne Huff 42:00. Masters – Susan Molloy 42:52. Complete results https://runsignup.com/race/results/?raceId=40504#resultSetId-57643
Wine 10K Homewood, AL – 3/11 Male, Overall – Isaac Mukundi Mwangi 29:44, Joe Bosshard 29:52 Andrew Epperson 30:19, Brandon York 31:20, Jacob Krolick 31:27. Masters – Jason McCullough 32:07, Matthew Whitis 36:23, John Neiman 36:41. 15-under – Jacob Setser 45:20, Griffin Greenhaw 1:09:23. 16-19 – Ethan Mines 33:41, Griffin Oaks 34:50, Anthony Hall 37:35. 20-24 – Myles Scarano 32:04, Zachar Holloway 32:35, Luke Karamitros 32:51. 25-29 – Samuel Mueller 31:59, Richard Kimani 32:14, Clayton Foster 32:24. 30-34 – Geoffrey Kiptoo 33:15, Doug Smith 33:40, Scott Fuqua 34:44. 35-39 – Chris Siemers 31:46, Fred Chesondin 34:41, Chris Mahaffey 35:22. 40-44 – Eric Langley 38:24, Cary Morgan 39:17, Loren Kup 40:33. 45-49 – Greg Oliver 39:47, Chad Hathorne 41:50, David Meadows 42:00. 50-54 – Jim Hoover 44:19, Allen Crawford 44:53, Chris Farrington 44:57. 55-59 – Kirk Mueller 41:55, Gary York 44:36, Beau Talley 45:16. 60-64 – James Shoaf 51:18, Randy Wilhite 58:48, Ray Dollar 1:00:21. 65-69 – Paul Legrand 47:33. 70-over – Rufus Elliott 1:26:18. Female, Overall – Lauren Martin 34:46, Carmen Hussar 34:49, Lauren Philbrook 34:54, Glaydy David 35:28, Emma Neigel 35:51. Masters – Deanna Newman 37:40, Libet Anderson 39:17, Rebecca Hutchinson 43:19. 15-under – Clara Heppner 42:09, Kardyn Spears 1:05:44. 16-19 – Kathryn Carter 53:46, Katharine Turnbull 1:00:49. 20-24 – Mary Craig 40:38, Shannon Kirchmer 41:27, Lauren Howell 41:31. 25-29 – Rachel Davis 36:10, Lauren Scott 38:30, Elizabeth Laseter 38:54. 30-34 – Justyna Mudy-Mader 36:45, Meggan Franks 37:08, Lori Williamson 37:43. 35-39 – Katie Davis 43:53, Jessica Roberts 45:32, Kristen Keller 49:06. 40-44 – Julie Croushorn 43:57, Michelle Belcher 47:19, Amanda Soong 49:52. 45-49 – Debi Secor 43:58, Ashley Dawson 45:11, Mary Ben Fitts 50:52. 50-54 – Mary Jo Schmalz 45:52, Allison Hoover 45:53, Patty Cobb 51:16. 55-59 – Gina Morris 53:14, Susan Putan 54:24, Terri Cameron 55:42. 60-64 – Debbie Evans 54:05, Cindy Duke 58:48, Melody Izard 1:06:38. 65-69 – Laura Anderson 1:13:48, Dolores Longoria 1:15:58. 70-over – Patricia Hamilton 1:25:36.
Perseverance 5K Birmingham, AL – 3/11 Male, Overall – Bill Cunliffe 19:03, Grant Kaiser 21:12, Steve Driggers 21:52. 14-under – Palmer Sparros 24:48, Benjamin Nation 25:28, Madeline Kline 26:17. 15-19 – Jordan Coward 23:53, Guillermo Gonzalez 31:34. 2024 – Drew Jackson 29:16, Caroline Prieskorn 30:18, Katy Ferguson 30:20. 25-29 – John Lee 23:25, Oliver Holmes 26:57, Wes Stevenson 27:34. 30-34 – Eric Hill 25:15, Parker White 36:21. 35-39 – Stuart Franco 26:30, Stephen Boehme 28:28, Dan Mullis 37:36. 40-44 – Matt Parker 30:20, Chris Hartin 32:01, Jeffery Jones 42:55. 45-49 – Ron Dean 22:58, Dave Sparacio 25:05, Tim Simpson 25:34. 50-54 – Jeff Ray 23:44, Warren Page 26:00, David Bivin 27:21. 55-59 – Sam Vogt 24:39, Doug Wilson 26:56, Mark Jacobs 28:33. 6064 – Alan Hargrave 26:27, David Stringer 1:09:43. 65-over – Bill Bowman 30:37, Jerry Smith 30:38, Greg Pance 32:38. Female, Overall – Susan Keith 23:21, Michaela Longenecker 24:53, Carmen Boehme 25:17. 14-under – Madeline Kline 26:17, Marykate Nesmith 30:09, Natalie Law 34:47. 15-19 – Claire Hardy 29:17, Gigi Grantham 41:17, Emily Grantham 41:18. 20-24 – Caroline Prieskorn 30:18, Katy Ferguson 30:20, Catherine Longenecker 34:24. 25-29 – Kristen Milling 30:26, Rebecca Lee 30:45, Jamie Holmes 31:12. 30-34 – Morgan Burnett 30:15, Yan Yan Ng 30:48, Rebecca Daugherty 37:16. 35-39 – Kristin Fagan 34:25, Kelly Moore 36:14, Brandi Wyatt 37:45. 40-44 – Katrina McKinney 29:33, Amy Player 30:29, Rosalinda Orozco 31:38. 45-49 – Natasha Nation 32:06, Mandy Biles 33:40, Rosemary Greaves 46:39. 50-54 – Cheryl Casebere 33:04, Cathy Adams 46:38, Liz Montgomery 48:52.. 55-59 – Mary-Noel Sellers 28:47, Deborah Box 30:08, Esther Quinn 30:40. 60-64 – Ann Wilkinson 53:16 Jodi Newton 55:34, Maryann Freeman 58:40. 65-over – Sally Smith 39:11, Pam Duncan 54:18, Jo Ann Brown 57:38.
ARKANSAS Spring Fling 5K Cabot, AR – 3/18 Male, Top 25 – 1-Brent Corbitt 16:30, 2-Brian Sieczkowski 16:39, 3-Brad Leach 16:47, 4-Mark Ferguson 16:56, 5-Jacob Mills 17:37, 6-Todd Hink 17:40, 7-Brian Sites 17:44, 8-Edward Hill 18:00, 9-William Simpson 18:14, 10-Jerry White 18:23, 11-Nathan Smith 18:30, 12-Joey Gieringer 18:40, 13Greg Walker 18:45, 14-James Bresette 18:47, 15-Jack Griffin 18:56, 16Andrews Brister 18:56, 17-Jordan Woodson 19:02, 18-Colin Hall 19:04, 19David Langford 19:16, 20-Erik Heller 19:30, 21-Reed Harrell 19:31, 22Braden Leonard 19:37, 23-Bryon Murders 19:38, 24-Stan Ferguson 19:43, 25-Frank Thurman 19:46. Female, Top 25 – 1-Tia Stone 18:26, 2-Langley Carli 18:29, 3-Jennifer Found 19:22, 4-Kathryn Phillips 19:42, 5-Natalie Ragsdale 20:05, 6-Gina Kraft 20:10, 7-Mackenzie Epperson 20:24, 8-Lennon Bates 20:45, 9-Nicole Hobbs 21:13, 10-Joanna White 21:25, 11-Jamie Rogers 21:38, 12-Kasey Graham 21:44, 13-Abigail White 22:08, 14-Tammy Helmick 22:18, 15-Betsy Tucker 22:24, 16-Sarah Stashuk 22:25, 17-Pamela Morrow 22:25, 18-Kelsey Walker 22:44, 19-Rachel Hendrix 22:48, 20-Abi Stone 22:49, 21-Elise Breitweiser 23:05, 22-Caroe Delaney 23:26, 23-Beverly Smith 23:58, 24-Ashley Echard 24:01, 25-Alise Steadman 24:04.
FLORIDA Gate River Run 15K Jacksonville, FL – 3/11 Male, Overall – 1-Leonard Korir 43:22, 2-Shadrack Kipchirchir 43:23, 3Sam Chelanga 43:28, 4-Stanley Kebenei 43:29, 5-Paul Chelimo 43:46, 6Kirubel Erassa 43:55, 7-Jonathan Grey 43:59, 8-Abbabiya Simbassa 44:04, 9Hillary Bor 44:22, 10-Kiya Dandena 44:36. Masters – Kevin Castille 46:21, Chris Mutuai 49:57, William Vanos 50:16. 11-13 – Jesse Benavides 58:06, Matthew Stratton 58:07, Will Brady 1:00:45, Andrew Mcgraw 1:06:24, Wrigley Longstreet 1:07:29. 14-19 – Sawyer Sprung 54:19, Benjamin Foltz 54:29, Bradley Dixon 55:01, Alex
Hastings 55:04, Alex Turnock 56:37. 20-24 – Aaron Nelson 44:49, Eduardo Garcia 46:04, Tim Rackers 46:20, Jacob Sienko 46:28, Ryan Rutherford 46:33. 25-29 – Parker Stinson 44:36, Luke Puskedra 44:46, German Fernandez 44:57, Trevor Dunbar 45:11, Timothy Ritchie 45:17. 30-34 – Haron Lagat 45:24, Augustus Maiyo 45:24, Sean Quigley 45:33, Nicholas Kipruto 45:39, Donald Cowart 45:40. 35-39 – Kristopher Shold 51:51, John Dais 52:59, Jeremy Caudill 55:25, Lee Rietsma 55:56, Sean Nagorny 56:47. 40-44 – Brian Shrout 53:21, Patrick Gallagher 57:00, Rubin Mcrae 58:03, Ben Huron 58:31, Neil Chandler 58:33. 45-49 – Derrick Jones 50:18, Samir Krivokapa 58:28, Leonardo Valencia 58:35, David Williamson 58:50, Julian Rozo 59:49. 50-54 – Tim Meigs 52:51, John Metzgar 58:19, David Darby 58:35, Steve Cortes 1:00:24, Steve Pankas 1:00:40. 55-59 Jeff Lessie 59:52, Paul Holyko 1:01:34, Tim Unger 1:02:08, Harold Kuschnik 1:02:50, Brendan Vasher 1:03:59. 60-64 – Bill Phillips 1:01:18, Jorge Ramos 1:02:38, Jimmy Arnold 1:03:28, David Farraday 1:04:57, Sal Farino 1:04:59. 65-69 – Page Ramezani 1:03:51, Richard Hartje 1:06:08, Herbert Weber 1:06:15, Danny West 1:06:38, Bruce Holmes 1:09:53. 70-74 – Robert Hendrick 1:07:17, Robert McConnell 1:08:43, George White 1:17:57, Jim Tully 1:19:01, Marc Sokolay 1:19:42. 7579 – John Ouweleen 1:11:15, Jerry Bergman 1:21:28, John Boyle 1:23:06, Joe Webber 1:34:39, Pat Adams 1:37:37. 80-over – James Howell 1:59:29, Elmer Schroer 2:02:39, August Leone 2:20:05, Al Saffer 2:25:40, Gilbert Weise 2:34:20. Female, Overall – 1-Jordan Hasay 49:28, 2-Emily Infeld 49:42, 3-Neely Gracey 49:47, 4-Laura Thweatt 49:54, 5-Natosha Rogers 50:01, 6-Aliphine Tuliamuk 50:11, 7-Kaitlin Goodman 50:53, 8-Elvin Kibet 51:01, 9-Liz Costello 51:05, 10-Kim Conley 51:30. Masters – Lyubov Denisova 56:03, Molly Watcke 56:57, Kim Pawelek Brantly 58:53. 11-13 – Alexandra Trigg 1:11:12, Grace Adams 1:11:22, Alyssa Wyatt 1:19:13, Marina Dean 1:21:45, Emma Mae Kirkland 1:21:56. 14-19 – Alivia Davis 1:05:53, Catherine Kunz 1:06:49, Helena Kummings 1:08:39, Anna Raymaker 1:09:15, Emily Onimus 1:10:08. 20-24 – Rachel Schilkowsky 52:23, Gabi Anzalone 52:37, Karis Jochen 52:51, Joanna Thompson 54:25, Samantha Rivard 56:56. 25-29 – Elaina Balouris 51:49, Bethany Sachtleben 52:07, Bridget Lyons 52:40, Ana Weber 52:49, Samantha Bluske 53:13. 3034 – Esther Atkins 52:31, Meghan Peyton 52:34, Leonora Petrina 54:00, Katie Dicamillo 54:54, Dianne Fisher 56:25. 35-39 – Julie Stackhouse 54:50, Heather Cappello 58:40, Betsy Suda 58:58, Lisa Mcrae 59:51, Laura Dibella 1:01:54. 40-44 – Heather Schulz 58:36, Brooke Kish 58:54, Renee Tolan 58:55, Christy Peterson 1:00:26, Michelle Krueger 1:02:41. 45-49 – Regina Sooey 1:06:24, Bego Lopez 1:07:52, Kristine Williams 1:09:29, Diana Twiggs 1:09:29, Monica Bolanos 1:09:54. 50-54 – Karen Stellhorn 1:05:25, Alicia Schultz 1:07:16, Dana Black 1:08:50, Teresa Roberts 1:11:30, Sally Hendricks 1:11:47. 55-59 – Deanna Medvidofsky 1:08:08, Terri Rose 1:13:08, Paula O’Neill 1:13:52, Maria Munyon 1:15:37, Denise Dailey 1:15:45. 60-64 – Leslie Hague 1:14:05, Anniebee Stemer 1:16:22, Stephanie Griffith 1:17:08, Laura Dobbs 1:19:41, Susan Briers 1:21:57. 65-69 – Jenny Kyle 1:20:22, Carol Fitzsimmons 1:23:48, Daisy Gartner 128:15, Dawn Moontooth 1:28:43, Anges Wilson 1:29:00. 70-74 – Theresa Coomes 1:33:48, Patricia Goodwin 1:36:25, Karen Bruner 1:40:55, Judy Lind 1:41:56, Sherry Feathers 1:47:03. 75-79 – Kay Jones 1:51:07, Nancy Kern 2:19:31, Ginger Frazer French 2:23:36, Delores Floyd 2:29:19, Barbara Bush 2:30:00. 80-over – Patsy Blanton 2:36:57.
www.running.net Nancy Smith 23:35. Masters – Gina Di Santo 23:40, Debra Donald 23:52, Jane Duncan 24:52. Grandmasters – Judy Smith 25:44, Barbi Bozich 28:13, Colleen Sullivan 28:30. 14-under – Chiara Trsone 27:39, Savannah Morgan 28:53, Sam Scherpf 29:27. 15-19 – Christine Torsone 26:45, Kendall Doody 27:50, Rian McCloskey 28:47. 20-24 – Danielle Touchton 27:15, Hannah Gilray 28:47, Alissa Steele 35:23. 25-29 – Phylipe Rodrigues 22:47, Travis Lahaie 24:26, Nilo Ortega 25:05. 30-34 – Christa Stephens 23:52, Regina Casalew 26:38, Nicole Wong 27:24. 35-39 – Valdeline Muehl 23:45, Colleen McGarvey 26:43, Cherish Nero 26:50.40-44 – Anmarie Moore 24:53, Alicia Donovan 25:40, Deb Colley 25:43. 45-49 – Natalie Weaver 25:06, Becky Marks 26:05, Lina Lekaviciute 26:27. 50-54 – Kristi Allen 29:11, Dawn Schomisch 29:25, Melissa Ortiz 29:55. 55-59 – Elizabeth Green 28:49, Molly Scheerhorn 30:25, Christie Gardner 31:31. 60-64 – Denise Hyman 35:45, Patti Wilson 36:46, Elizabeth Laken 37:23. 65-69 – Rose Fulgieri 32:38, Jeanne Graham 33:50, Diane Spicer 34:09. 70-74 – Suzanne Garszczynski 39:23, Ellen Prince 39:41.
Run With Deer 5K Big Pine Key, FL – 3/18 Male, Overall – Reed Scott 17:54. Masters – Mark Sterling 19:34. 9-under – Vance Bursa 24:38, Mason Vander Ploeg 28:04, Brady Eddy 40:34. 10-14 – Griffin Vander Ploeg 24:25, Ryan Smith 25:54, Enzo Badalamenti 27:37. 20-29 – Mason Marshall 19:02, Eric Swenson 21:33. 3039 – Shawn Derby 18:07, Jon Klimowicz 19:31, Tim Ooms 24:57. 40-49 – David Dowell 21:39, Matthew Morelan 23:50, Brian Roberts 26:52. 50-59 – Vincent Parent 20:22, Richard Odendahl 23:50, Craig Saathoff 24:31. 60-69 – Mike Bailey 2045, Anthony Farretta 24:27, Dan Leffers 25:37. 70-over – Roger Fisher 25:36, Wayne Landrum 35:46. Female, Overall – Helena Bursa 20:33. Masters – Deborah Holtom 24:03. 9-under – Katherine Germann 32:58, Savanna Vander Ploeg 35:23, Kaelyn Haney 59:41. 10-14 – Rebekah Cmpus-Hartman 38:37. 20-29 – Abigail Stogdale 26:01, Jennifer Teshima 33:47, Amber Irvine 39:57. 30-39 – Jozmin Luna 24:40, Billie Garcia 25:23, Smantha Kornely 25:58. 40-49 – Rachel Thieman 27:45, Stephanie Griffin 28:21, Corey Robishaw 30:53. 50-59 – Patty Wilkins 33:37, Sheri Rose 35:42, Susan Breed 38:27. 60-69 – Anne Peterson 29:24, Janet Briggs 31:15, Valerie Lemon 37:26. 70-over – Helga Rinneard 27:00, Pat Kersey 33:15. – Don Nelson
Springtime 10K/5K Tallahassee, FL – 4/1
Florida Beach Halfathon/5K St. Petersburg, FL – 3/12 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Michael MacDonald 1:12:45, Anthon Douaihy 1:15:49, Lee Stephens 1:16:56. Masters – Charles Schauer 1:25:23, William Screen 1:29:34, Mike Elbooz 1:32:44. Grandmasters – Larry Cerling 1:33:13, Joe Trubacz 1:35:32, Chip Kiel 1:36:31. 14-under – Luke Sanches 1:44:39, Aidan Grifo 2:17:57. 15-19 – Christian Kondor 1:20:02, Justin Brock 1:36:50, Ryan Balcrce 2:04:09. 20-24 – Cory Braddy 1:31:09, Louis Ferraroni 1:54:06, Henry Coburn 2:04:57. 25-29 – Elia Luti 1:42:17, Kevin Reid 1:44:01, Henry Palmer 1:49:09. 30-34 – Chris McCffrey 1:17:41, Sean Gallagher 1:21:18, John Keane 1:35:35. 35-39 – Josh Gabrielson 1:39:16, Andrew Bryant 1:40:48, Joshua Kuhlman 1:40:58. 40-44 – Elvis Sverko 1:33:51, Gregory Cowles 1:40:23, Ethan Lerman 1:42:31. 45-49 – Erin White 1:38:19, Michael Culver 1:40:39, Dana Whitehead 1:41:11. 50-54 – Chris Dumais 1:38:11, Gilbert Dolores 1:39:57, Osama Algattan 1:40:21. 55-59 – Roger Caruso 1:41:06, Ron Rashid 1:44:50, Don Chechele 1:44:45. 60-64 – Timothy Miller 1:40:38, Chuck Russell 1:59:46, Don Mehan 2:04:56. 65-69 – Rod Brest 2:04:08, Marlin Nicol 2:09:08, Garrett Deakin 2:12:32. 70-74 – Jon Wilson 2:13:04, Lary Robinson 2:17:49, Harry Muller 2:47:08. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Sydney Devore 1:25:17, Kristen Tenaglia 1:26:32, Christina Noordstar 1:33:57. Masters – Kim Donaldson 1:35:36, Wendy Tocha 1:36:02, Christine Valdes 1:42:15. Grandmasters – Ellen Gerth 1:43:49, Patricia Junqueira 1:46:20, Christine Federation 1:46:27. 14-under – Briar-Rose Honeywell-Sykes 1:47:40. 15-19 – Caillin Heron 2:01:16, Hailey Gibs 2:32:01, Chloe Rifai 2:37:16. 20-24 – Katlyn Eble 1:37:21, Hailey Krzyston 1:39:14, Alexis Stevens 1:41:10. 25-29 – Meghan Sullivan 1:39:46, Tania Lopez Aguirre 1:45:28, Melissa Owen 1:54:11. 30-34 – Meredith Mikell 1:34:55, Christa Landram 1:44:12, Christine Kiernan-Ortiz 1:46:58. 35-39 – Natalie Piszek 1:41:22, Renee Loosvelt 1:42:36, Coraline Falco 1:44:14. 40-44 – Abby Brannan 1:47:14, Jennifer Dagnall 1:52:37, Peggy Hipp 1:53:17. 45-49 – Beverley Smith 1:48:42, Agnieszka Hunter 1:55:36, Maria Dolores Weissert 1:55:38. 50-54 – Varinya Sheppard 1:49:18, Lynn Culbreath 1:50:56, Dawn Kempton 2:02:44. 55-59 – Jill Bucholtz 2:02:17, Susan Delong 2:02:54, Sherry Nowotarski 2:06:07 60-64 – Cathy Tebo 1:50:26, Lee Ankrum 1:57:05, Carol Winkey 2:10:23. 65-69 – Valerie Sestir 2:37:17, Beatrice Fennimore 2:54:56, Linda Youell 3:02:30. 70-74 – Holly Alexander 1:57:22, Millie Hamilton 2:16:46, Beverly Bonnema-Reamm 2:52:00. Male, 5K: Overall – Chris Trebilcock 16:46, Greg Hodge 17:56, Josh Wilkins 20:25. Masters – Cleveland Laycock 21:53, Gary MacDonald 23:08, David Kaufman 23:09. Grandmasters – Scott Dietsch 23:39, Jon Young 24:42, James Collins 25:01. 14-under – Avery Reynolds 23:34, Nolan Legge 26:14, Michael Alceste 26:28. 15-19 – Thomas Hilliard 20:33, Dalton Murphy 21:45, Noah Reynolds 23:32. 20-24 – Kevin Federation 28:18, Mike View 35:22, Josh Gomez 48:45. 25-29 – Porfirio Gueiros 22:22, Lewis Winstanley 22:38, Justin Bryant 26:25. 30-34 – Phylipe Rodrigues 22:47, Travis Lahaie 24:26, Nilo Ortega 25:05. 3539 – Derek Fuller 22:00, Wesley Tallyn 22:24, C.J. Richardson 22:29. 40-44 – Manuel Molina 23:11, Stephen Ogburn 23:27, Joe Reed 24:39. 45-49 – Don Mitchell 24:28, Christopher Neilson 25:20, Todd Seiden 26:56. 50-54 – Jeff Scarpinato 25:00, James Weir 27:04, Hussein Suleiman 29:03. 55-59 – Donald Disler 29:23, Bob Ponticelli 31:20, Stuart Arnold 36:26. 60-64 – Paul Deveau 29:07, Jeff Boehler 29:58, Elio Blanco 42:52. 65-69 – John Burns 26:53, Richard Fulgieri 28:07, Allan Rube 33:01. 70-74 – Jon Priolo 27:06, Silky Sullivan 32:57, Ernie Dinkel 34:53. 75-79 – Duncan Mounsey 30:36, Marvin Fein 57:46. Female, 5K: Overall – Kaylee White 21:04, Jeanne Townsend 21:47,
7-under – Jayce Leverton 33:47. 8-9 – Cole Specht 23:17, Adam Clark 32:54, Merrick Svitenko 44:26. 10-11 – Isaiah Cook 22:41, Jacob Steinback 25:28, Kevan Meister 27:58, Trustin Canada 18:33, Scott Meza 29:52. 12-13 – Thomas Kassebaum 33:35, Nathaniel Wood 35:09, Skyler Kennedy 35:54, William Oday 53:49. 14-15 – Jared Fisher 20:17, Rambe Parker 23:16, Travis Anderson 33:34, Joseph Moore 42:34, Ethan Wood 55:28. 16-19 – Daniel Orcutt 18:14, Tristan Anderson 21:22, Tristan Lennard 23:36, Xavier Scott 24:33, Zachary Sutton 24:58. 20-24 – Joshua Christiansen 22:52, Preston Anderson 24:04. 25-29 – Ryan Barton 25:11, Stephen Usry 49:35, Kyle Hodge 49:35. 35-39 – Juan Noyola 25:00, Thomas Canada 36:23, Terrence Freeman 41:03. 40-44 – Kevin Murdy 25:19. 45-49 – Michael Bares 27:58, Reginald Parker 32:05, David Fowler 32:11, Robert Turpin 32:27, Erik Anderson 37:25. 50-54 – Jay Cornelius 22:09, David Griffin 22:57, Dennis Chavez 24:04, Ken Lockwood 27:50, Eddy Williams 30:45. 55-59 – Andy Epstein 34:31, Tim Wooten 43:48. 60-64 – Rick Hardcastle 27:28, Chris Gutzeit 27:59, John Covington 45:02. 65-69 – Dan Bell 34:52, John Marvin 37:43. 70-over – Jim Frydrychowicz 38:22, John Barnes 41:12, James Burton 50:22, Lee Wright 53:16. Female, 5K: Overall – Haley Epstein 16:39. Masters – Angila Walker 23:37. Grandmasters – Julie Harrington 23:49. Senior Grandmasters – Linda Thomas 32:59. 8-9 – Arie Pettus 26:19, Roxanne Garcia 32:41. 10-11 – Kyla Brister 28:55, Madison Harrigan 28:55, Madison Gvillo 36:19, Yohi Loera-Gracia 38:55. 14-15 – Gabby Pohlmann 26:41, Raeanna Askfeldt 33:52, Kavay Howell 34:07. 16-19 – Gabrielle Ruiz 24:24, Cathryn Campbell 27:02, Meagan Chavez 28:25, Mary Martin 29:28, Heather Kling 31:13. 20-24 – Skylier Jerkins 30:30, Christine Garcia 38:28. 25-29 – Melissa Barton 37:24. 30-34 – Judy Bragg 32:14, Cantera Moore 38:20. 35-39 – Leslie Specht 23:21, Natalie Canada 29:58, Mirty Gracia-Loera 32:57. 40-44 – Sara Melissa Clark 27:40, Tanette Owens 37:25, Donna Lupola 38:09, Rebecca Linton 42:22, Maggie Pierce 42:54. 45-49 – Rachel Carter 26:09, Pamela Turpin 27:52, Dawn Walters 29:35, Tina Williams 33:04, Sue Pohlmann 36:14. 50-54 – Angelica Jackson 28:39, Shelly King 33:36, Julie Privette 35:35, Devera Williams 37:31, Denise Lockwood 38:09. 55-59 – Bobbie Scott 29:11, Brenda Martin 34:57, Karen Owen 37:42, Terri Jones 37:51, Tanya Garcia 38:29. 6569 – Patricia Reed 39:42, Jackie Gutzeit 41:33. 70-over – Betty Frydrychowicz 43:21, Carole Wright 53:13. Male, 10K: Overall – Chris Neal 38:59. Masters – Brian Halmaghi 43:00. Grandmasters – Andy Williamson 53:18. Senior Grandmasters – William Greene 1:02:44. 18-under – Mark Roof 39:00. 41-50 – Derek Privette 53:40, Adrian Barcomb 59:04. 51-60 – Thomas Grider 56:37, Jeddy Ruiz 1:01:59. 71-over – Joel Segraves 1:26:00. Female, 10K: Overall – Robin Jordan 43:23. Masters – Maryetta Casey 49:34. Grandmasters – Andrea Moore 54:51. Senior Grandmasters – Ali Gerold 56:36. 18-under – Christina Maranon 1:15:52. 19-30 – Ashley Alverson 1:03:38, Kara Gauntt 1:03:51. 31-40 – Julie Smith 51:39, Filcity 55:31. 41-50 – Stephanie Oconnor 57:44, Janie Kassebaum 1:02:06. 51-60 – Lisa Bickham 1:00:34, Valeria Rehl 1:03:15.
Helena Bursa was women's winner at the Run With Deer 5K.
Robinson Preserve 5K/10K NW Bradenton, FL - 3/31 The 9th Annual Robinson Preserve 5K/10K attracted over 1,000 participants Friday evening March 31, 2017 at the Preserve. The event featured a totally new 10K course and the runners were treated to an area of the park never utilized in the past with one challenging hill near the finish. In the 5K Division, Local Bradenton Runner Corey Peyerk, age 33, running with bib number (1) finished in the record time of 16:25 at a 5:17 pace. Also a local Bradenton female runner, Raquel Lespasio, age 16, finished in a record time of 19:58 at a 6:26 pace. The 10K division Male Winner was Alex Milne, age 27, from Hertford England in a time of 33:23 at a 5:23 pace and just 40 seconds over the 2016 finish time. Female overall 10K winner was Paige Howard, age 29, from Tampa in a time of 38:23 which set a 10K course record by 32 seconds. Male, 5K - Corey Peyerk, 16:25, Lee Stephens 16:34, Abelard Nijakowski 17:56. Masters - John Devine 19:19. Grandmasters - Tom Eisenhauer 19:50. Sr. Grandmasters - Falck Pedersen 22:41. Veterans - Jerry Rosa 25:14. Female, 5K - Raquel Lespasio 19:58, Alison Ecker 20:06, Kim Sheffield 20:54. Masters - Patricia Manning 23:32. Grandmasters - Mary Quinn 24:17. Sr. Grandmasters - Lynn Latoria 27:33. Veterans - Esther Van Duzee 38:48. Male, 10K - Alex Milne 33:23, Hector Guzman 38:05, Michael Lamb 38:39. Masters - Carlos Jimenez 43:10. Grandmasters - Jeff Ealey 43:10. Sr. Grandmasters - David Audet 49:37. Veterans - Joachim Bunkenburg 1:00:08. Females, 10K - Paige Howard 38:23, Anna Neal 41:53, Sabrina Filzmoser 43:15. Masters - Rae Ann Darling-Reed 45:25. Grandmasters - Jodi Mailman 51:30. Sr. Grandmasters - Linda Puzzo 52:01. Veterans - Bettye Smith - 1:17:07. Full results: http://www.active.com
Michele Hill Memorial 5K/10K Navarre, FL – 4/1 Male, 5K: Overall – Haley Kling 21:22. Masters – Bob Walker 19:40. Grandmasters – Felix Paulino 19:41. Senior Grandmasters – Mike O’Brien 20:26.
Male, 10K: Overall – Christopher Haynes 32:51, Charlie Johnson 33:40, Matthew McCurdy 34:45. Masters – Mickey Moore 36:37. Grandmasters – Geb Kiros 37:53. 9-under – Jonathan Miller 54:01, Owen Padilla 1:24:31. 10-14 – Wyatt Townsend 50:14, Alex Marshall 1:14:26. 15-19 – Jacob Robbins 35:07, Matthias Laywell 40:54, Spencer Owen 47:32. 20-24 – Chris O’Kelley 36:22, Trevor Sununu 37:58, Thomas Howell 41:57. 25-29 – Matt Mizereck 35:59, Connor Stevens 37:14, Zach Deveau 37:38. 30-34 – Eric Godin 37:45, Ryan Truchelut 38:23, Tom Parker 40:14. 35-39 – Vince Molosky 35:18, Jim Halley 37:04, Paul Guyas 39:01. 40-44 – Michael Kennett 46:13, Christopher Marino 48:12, Christopher Guarraia 49:10. 45-49 – Hong-Guo Yu 39:09, Michael Rhoded 39:15, Tony Guillen 39:16. 50-54 – Chuck Lang 42:20. TJ Devlieger 43:48, Barney Ray 46:52. 55-59 – Tim Unger 41:07, Felton Wright 43:00, Bill McNulty 44:09. 60-64 – Jerry McDaniel 45:44, Joe Vega 51:07, Jose Vargas 54:06. 65-69 – Gary Griffin 45:55, Craig Willis 47:05, David Mauterer 49:43. 70-over – Ron Christen 47:53, Genzo Tanaka 54:10, Gene Opheim 54:59. Female, 10K: Overall – Ani Veltcheva 37:21, Katie Sherron 38:49, Sheryl Rosen 39:27. Masters – Carrie Seiberlich 41:57. Grandmasters – Paula O’Neill 47:00. 9-under – Aleeya Hubbard 2:19:31. 10-14 – Sophia Umana 54:27, Cara McFarlane 1:44:43. 15-19 – Peyton Funsch 55:52, Courtney Cotterill 1:00:32, Alyson Depierro 1:01:01. 20-24 – Christine Trice 43:20, Lauren Aronson 43:58, Alyssa Terry 45:33. 25-29 – Katie Sack 41:25, Ann Centner 42:53, Brittney Barnes 44:08. 30-34 – Jillian Heddaeus 43:42, Jenny Early 49:23, Shelly Herman 49:32. 35-39 – Laura McDermott 44:27, Emma Spencer 44:46, Nikky Manausa 46:09. 40-44 – Donnelly Howard 41:58, Angela Wable 46:13, Monica Judd 46:39. 45-49 – Trina Vielhauer 48:10, Kory Skrob 49:33, Christine Gallagher 50:25. 50-54 – Krsita Killius 48:31, Birgit Maier-Katkin 50:42, Loranne Ausley 52:06. 55-59 – Nancy Stedman 47:20, Nancy Proctor 48:40, Julie Clark 51:46. 60-64 – Diana Caldwell 57:43, Barbara McNeal 59:54, Judith Sheppard 1:00:28. 65-69 – Patricia Dugan 1:08:32 Susan Cornwell 1:12:36, Mary Stutzman 1:14:59. 70-over – Mary Lou Manausa 1:23:58, Margarete Deckert 1:51:50. Male, 5K: Overall – Nick Loffer 18:36. 9-under – Randy Manausa 22:32, Jonathan Kiros 22:42, Maddux Carver 28:10. 10-19 – Patrick Koon 19:18, Filippo Aldroandi-Rein 20:22, Jackson Green 20:54. 20-29 – Philip Culver 20:17, Bryce Redfern 20:39, Jesse Dyer 20:46. 30-39 – Andrew Treat 19:34, Rich Heitmeyer 21:53, Kyle Shaw 23:06. 40-49 – Bryan Koon 19:18, Donald Kunish 19:33, Ben Goldsberry 22:03. 5059 – Michael Martinez 20:02, Craig Stanley 24:20, Val Burgess 25:02. 60-69 – Hugh Williams 25:53, Michael Klump 29:16, Bill Davis 29:59. 70-over – Jim Tully 24:07, James Myers 30:52, Jack Cosper 32:36. Female, 5K: Overall – Shannon Turner 20:53. 9-under – Caroline Rowe 28:36, Sienna Phelps 30:41, Karena Perry 30:42. 10-19 – Jenna Flemons 21:05, Rebecca Landry 22:18, Sarah Miller 22:51. 20-29 – Kate Harrison 21:59, Alysa Malcolm 23:55 Mikaela McShane 24:52. 30-39 – Channel Jordan 21:06, Lisa Johnson 22:23, Crystal Anderson 26:28. 40-49 – Amy Magnuson 28:13, Susie Lee 29:53, Anne-Marie Singleton 29:57. 50-59 – Francee Laywell 25:44, Catherine Jones 26:27, Kelley Coe-ElUrfali 26:40. 60-69 – Marty Kirkland 28:26, Katie Herzog 32:41, Jo Ann Prescott 33:46.
GEORGIA Cochran Mills Trail 10.7 miles/3.7 miles Palmetto, GA – 3/25 Male, 10.7 miles: Overall – Michael Sklar 1:23:23, David Cater 1:24:11, Bryan Simonsen 1:33:59. 20-29 – James Maska 1:40:33, Justin Freud 1:57:14, Matt Rinehart 2:07:55. 30-39 – Brent Snodgrass 1:50:32, Brian Denis 2:00:02, Daniel Freund 2:08:22. 40-49 – Jim Rose 1:36:01, Aleksei Tolompoiko 1:40:03, Michael Roberson 1:57:16. 50-59 – Kith Burkingstock 1:45:13, Steve Nichols 1:52:57, Brian Johnson 1:59:44. 60-69 – Dave Morgan 1:46:30, Vince Smith 2:19:53. Female, Overall – Maggie Langhaer 1:40:36, Shannon O’Brien 1:40:42, Lynn Mayer 1:49:42.
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Running Journal â€˘ May, 2017
Autrey, Paquette Lead Runners at Germantown Half Marathon GERMANTOWN, TN - It was a cool morning for runners in the Germantown Half Marathon & Mayor's Cup 5K held on March 12. Both courses run through the beautiful streets of Germantown, TN, just outside of Memphis. The half marathon was part of the Running Journal Grand Prix. Jonathan Autrey 34, of Memphis led the way in the half marathon, taking the win in a time of 1:13:40. He was followed closely by Bennett Isabella, 34, of Rosemount, MN, in 1:14:26. The third male was Brad Leach, 39, of Heber, AR, running 1:17:28. Lauren Paquette, 30, of Memphis finished third overall and led the women by nearly two minutes, finishing in 1:15:56. Second place went to Pasca Myers, 30, of Fort Dodge, IA, in 1:17:55, with Kacey Nobert, 24, of Memphis, third in 1:20:20. Shayne Fawcett, 49, of Bolivar was the male masters winner in 1:23:01. Nathan Berry, 40, of Memphis was second (1:27:15) and Romadel Delasalas, 47, of Drummonds, third (1:27:50). The female masters were led by Jessica Myers, 43, of Arlington in 1:34:43. Second place went to Jennie Silk, 40, of Memphis, in 1:36:45, with Julie Campanaro, 51, of Germantown third, running 1:39:30. Tonydee Davis, 53, of Three Way was the male grandmasters winner in a time of 1:29:04. He was closely followed by Doug Nobert 51, of Memphis, who was only 14 seconds back for second place. Kevin Jenkins, 60, of Memphis took third in 1:32:42. Lisa Hill, 50, of Bartlett led the female grandmasters in 1:43:53. Second place went to Carol Hohenthaner, 57, of Yankton, SD, (1:45:32) and Jonathan Autrey third, Sarah Harris, 51, of Bartlett (1:46:28). Blair Ball Photography Brandon Dworak, 29, of Memphis led the field in the Mayor's Cup 5K, running 15:50. Graham Farnsworth, 27, also of Memphis was second in 16:29, with another Memphis runner, Matt Weickert, 24, third with 16:50. Chelsea Smith, 26, of Memphis easily led the female division in a time of 18:55. She was followed by Colleen Fischman, 24, also of Memphis, in 20:17. Third place went to Felicity Bost, 13, of Germantown, in 21:45. Jeff Haushalter, 59, of Atlanta, GA, took the male masters win, running 18:43. Second went to Joseph Kappel, 44, of Memphis (19:33) and placing thirdwas Mario Aviles, 41, of Cordova (19:39). The female masters winner was Nanette Farris, 49, in 22:44. Aida Wiese, 45, of Collierville was second (23:08) and Cheryl McKenzie, 49, of Memphis third (23:54). Michael McKenzie, 55, of Memphis led the male senior grandmasters in 20:39. David Blaske, 54, of Jonesboro, AR, was second (21:09) and Tim Ruth, 57, of Bartlett third (21:12). Janean Griffith, 57, of Des Moines, IA, was the female senior grandmasters winner in 25:23. Second place went to Jill Amos, 51, of Germantown with 26:50, and coming in third was Suzanne Ward, 51, also of Germantown in 27:03. The Germantown Half Marathon & Mayorâ€™s Cup 5K was managed and produced by Start2FinishEvent Management. The race benefited Special Olympics. Full results can be found at the race website: www.germantownhalfmarathon.com.
Male, Half Marathon: Overall Jonathan Autrey Lauren Paquette 1:13:40, Bennett Isabella 1:14:26, Brad Leach 1:17:28. Blair Ball Photography Masters Shayne Fawcett 1:23:01, Nathan Berry 1:27:15, Romadel Delasalas 1:27:50. Grandmasters Tonydee Davis 1:29:04, Doug Nobert 1:29:18, Kevin Jenkins 1:32:42. 19-under Christian Brackeen 1:26:32, Christopher Ault 1:36:45, Cameron Phillips 1:5:2520-24 Michael Ripley 1:29:28, Frodo Sommers 1:33:34, Barret Livesay 1:39:05. 25-29 David Saunders 1:27:58, Jonathan Ertz 1:31:15, Louis Montesi 1:33:16. 30-34 Chris Winter 1:26:09, Jonathan Sinquefield 1:28:02, Sean Hilsdon 1:35:28. 35-39 Drew Meisenheimer 1:27:38, John Weinlein
1:29:44, Kevin Scharfman 1:31:10. 40-44- Michael Williams 1:30:23, Jordan Eison 1:32:10, Chris Clothier 1:33:36. 45-49 Yancey Potter 1:28:20, David Haskins 1:30:03, Forrest Owens 1:36:20. 50-54 Zhong Ouyang 1:32:56, Reid Rainer 1:36:26, Shane Merritt 1:37:44. 55-59 John Phillips 1:41:58, Steven Laizure 1:43:59, Paul Fanelli 1:44:12. 60-64 Troy Tabor 1:45:10, Jay Cravens 1:51:05, Don Bashford 1:51:44. 65-69 Donald Cavenaugh 1:53:47, Dennis Meeks 1:58:51, Frank Ognibene 1:59:11. 70-74 Lawson Thornton 2:13:16, Dave Gichner 2:18:21, Jim Lathrop 3:19:24. 75-79 Thomas Eison 2:14:40, Jim Brooks 2:33:49. 80-over JD Germany 3:00:36. Female, Half Marathon: Overall Lauren Paquette 1:15:56, Pasca Myers 1:17:55, Kacey Nobert 1:20:20. Masters Jessica Myers 1:34:43, Jennie Silk 1:36:45, Julie Campanaro 1:39:30. Grandmasters Lisa Hill 1:43:53, Carol Hohenthaner 1:45:32, Sarah Harris 1:46:28. 19-under Michelle Myers 1:29:51, Abby Sellers 1:53:29, Schuyler Moss 1:54:11 .20-24 Leah Chance 1:25:38, Nancy Margaret Wehby 1:36:21. 25-29 Katie Taylor 1:28:36, Morgan Harris 1:37:27, Kristin Long 1:38:56. 30-34 Mallory Bader 1:33:32, Joanne Roberts 1:34:25, Jessica Mathis 1:37:51. 35-39 Anna Hern 1:30:23, Kate Horton 1:33:22, Rachel Randall 1:35:05. 40-44 Terri Harris 1:40:59, Jenny Cowell 1:41:26, Ashley Bradford 1:42:21. 45-49 Susan Wampler 1:44:27, Nicole Dodson 1:49:38, Lori Parker 1:50:41. 50-54 - Cindy Murray 1:53:29, Tobey Wallace 1:54:56, Miriam Allred 1:56:40. 55-59 Jeanine Watts 1:51:47, Judy Edge 1:59:47, Gerry Wartenberg 2:01:44. 60-64 Jody Fisher 1:56:34, Sara Estabrook 2:04:47, Kay Ryan 2:16:42. 65-69 Judy Thomas 2:04:09, Paula Jacobson 2:22:49, Jane Scott 2:44:34. 70-74 Bernadette Lathrop 3:19:24. Male, 5K: Overall Brandon Dworak 15:50, Graham Jessica Myers Farnsworth 16:29, Matt Weickert 16:50. Blair Ball Photography Masters Jeff Haushalter 18:43, Joseph Kappel 19:33, Mario Aviles 19:39. Grandmasters Michael McKenzie 20:39, David Blaske 21:09, Tim Ruth 21:12. 9-under Andrew De Groot 23:21, Daniel Hudnall 24:16, Rasil Khotea 26:23. 10-14 Caleb Skinner 19:42, Will Skinner 21:34, Hudson Myatt 24:48. 15-19 Colm Naylor 19:23, Troy McKinney 22:30, Austin Eaton 29:44. 20-24 Denzel Washington 19:46, Kevin Wang 23:18, Benjamin Willis 35:24. 2529 Alexander Bernal 21:25, Michael MacKinnon 24:21, Brad Dickerson 26:25. 30-34 Stephen Waldrip 20:51, Clay Davis 22:13, Shawn McKinney 22:26. 35-39 Ani Dam 20:00, Lajarrid Baker 22:01, Edgar Davison 22:14. 40-44 Jonathan Pennington 21:26, Sloan Cooper 21:55, Josh Power 22:22. 45-49 Dwayne Hrris 24:08, Brett Berry 25:37, Jeffrey Lewis 26:29. 50-54 Tom O'Kelly 21:24, Warren McWhirter 22:07, David Childe 24:49. 55-59 Kent Harrison 21:18, Robert Wilson 21:37, Richard Crenshaw 23:53. 60-64 Richard Nessly 34:47, James Smith 41:22, William Minard 49:18. 65-69 Bob Leopold 26:03, Mingshan Yang 28:51, Glenn Munson 40:28. 70-74 Dick Daniels 30:04. Female, 5K: Overall Chelsea Smith 18:55, Colleen Fischman 20:17, Felicity Bost 21:45. Masters Nanette Farris 22:44, Aida Wiese 23:08, Cheryl McKenzie 23:54. Grandmasters Janean Griffith 25:23, Jill Amos 26:50, Suzanne Ward 27:03. 9-under Ellen Burkett 28:30, Farrah Bost 29:21, Kate Gunnell 31:37. 10-14 Jessica Francis 22:00, Gracey Owens 22:23, Kathryn Eftink 24:01. 15-19 Eleanor Bursi 38:46, Brittney Anderson 53:08, Emily Lyles 53:41. 20-24 Kate Koslowski 31:19, Taylor Langley 31:23, Kendall Major 32:02. 25-29 Laura Rush 21:44, Laura Scott 27:14, Paige Tapley 28:58. 30-34 Kristen Dickerson 22:17, Amanda Carpenter 26:02, Emily Parker 27:33. 35-39 Rosie Barker 24:28, Sharon Hailey 27:23, Natasha Mayton 27:28. 40-44 Laura Leathers 25:49, Holly Hensarling 26:38, Kim McCaskill 27:21. 45-49 Veronica Swannigan 24:18, Heather Davis 24:27, Tracy Chism 25:12. 50-54 Denise Williams 30:38, Nancy Fratzke 31:41, Grace Gillenwater 33:42. 55-59 Stacy Dietzler 28:34, Patty Brasfield 30:33, Jordan Eison Barbara Polascak 31:56. 60-64 Tricia Denowski 29:26, Blair Ball Photography Laura Beard 35:00, Dianna Borgmier 36:09. 65-69 Patricia Helvie 53:19. 70-74 Marhas Ewart 39:42, Sylvia Poll 40:51.
Running Journal • May, 2017
SOUTHEASTERN ROAD RACE RESULTS more results at running.net
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 20-29 – Hayley Dixon 1:54:53, Kristin D’Emidio 2:13:58. 30-39 – Kristin Kramer 1:59:04, Rachel Johnson 2:00:40, Lauren Toering 2:01:31. 40-49 – Nadia Bertin 1:58:45, Bayberry Shah 2:00:41, Claire Bacon 2:02:47. 50-59 – Sharon Demidio 2:11:37, Angie Taber 2:25:05. 60-69 – Andrea Morgan 2:15:12. Male, 3.7 miler: Overall – Todd Lauzon 27:39, Sam Baroody 32:46, Michael Doolittle 35:22. 19-under – Carter Heizer 47:40 30-39 – Brian Bilskie 47:40. 40-49 – Richard Cerasani 47:21, Josh McCurry 52:55. 50-59 – Tom Bowman 42:36, Matt Reeves 54:48. 60-69 – Tom Crofton 39:31, David Sootan 40:06, Lee Miller 44:23. 70-over – Charlie Siler 39:02. Female, 3.7 miler: Overall – Tiffany Bellucci 28:50, Aimee Landry 34:45, Heather Denis 35:48. 20-29 – Hannah Williford 37:36, Kristine Maxwell 44:33, Brittany Moon 49:38. 30-39 – Emily Lassetter 38:07, Lacey Cazier 40:30, Susan Bothe 42:34. 40-49 – Wendee McGuffee 44:11, Tammy Shakur 44:22, Opal Hale 47:20. 50-59 – Eileen Perry 37:09, Debbie Bockelman 38:13, Tracey Scott 47:58. 60-69 – Ann Henderson 49:27, Carol Emerson 52:58.
Brookhaven Cherry Blossom 5K Brookhaven, GA – 3/25 Male, Overall – Gregg Dewire 19:57. Masters – Dean Trevelino 21:06. 10-under – Christopher O’Mard 32:13, Davis Hall 46:44, Jaggs Allen 49:46. 11-14 – Dayon Harper 28:52, Aidan Mahoney 32:30. 15-19 – Noah Shaeftlemeier 35:14. 20-24 – George Barnham 21:45, Victor Manzo 27:24. 25-29 – Matthew Thomas 21:13, Jamarien Paul-Brown 21:24, Evan Goodwin 22:13. 30-34 – Noah Johnson 20:16, Matthew Borenstein 22:14, Brent Lineberry 22:27. 35-39 – Miguel Boland 20:55, Farris Gizansberr 20:57, Adam Johnson 21:56. 40-44 – Chad Westfall 21:42, Mark Lewinter 21:45, Espy Espinoza 24:10. 45-49 – Albert Gibson 23:30, Matthew Carney 28:59, Michael Parker 29:07. 50-54 – Danny Westheimer 21:58, Collin Lynch 23:43, Timothy Eilinger 23:44. 55-59 – Michael Mulkeen 23:38, Harold Benton 25:57, Kevin Harmon 29:59. 60-64 – Dan Coy 23:55, Wayland Harkey 35:59, Hugh Simons 44:28. 65-69 – Gary Hosmer 26:11, Ronnie Stewart 38:24. 70-74 – Larry Lascody 30:27, David Watkins 32:55, Tom Gaylord 33:42. 75-79 – Fox Ferrel 34:13. 80-over – Don McClellan 49:16. Female, Overall – Laura Frazier 21:08. Masters – Elisabeth Johnson 26:16. 10-under – London Waite 33:18, Lauren Tibus 34:24, Briahna Harper 35:21. 11-14 – Emily Evans 24:57, Grace Delp 31:04, Macyhia Pennington 47:33. 15-19 – Czarina Aguirre 30:30. 20-24 – Alana Beserra 24:59, Savannah Young 27:27, Sierra Zumbado 27:55. 25-29 – Shannon Arenas 24:56, Emily Bratton 25:37, Margaret Thompson 26:40. 30-34 – Kajal Pankhania 24:20, Alana Holdcraft 24:51, Amanda Sappenfield 29:13. 35-39 – Christy Westfall 26:45, Laura Rea 26:54, Kelley Balkcom 30:32. 40-44 – Michele Barton 27:51, Rachel Burt 27:51, Priya Sampath 31:14. 45-49 – Laura Wingfield 34:30, Beth Dempsey 37:20, Susan Harmon 37:38. 50-54 – Tammy Hou 31:40, Jill Floyd 31:59, Paula Pahl 40:21. 55-59 – Patty Butler 31:56, Jill Finci 32:00, Mary Rochefort 33:34. 60-64 – Raeanne Watkins 33:08. 70-74 – Aileen Lampman 49:01.
KENTUCKY Run Walk for Children Half Marathon/5K Bowling Green, KY – 3/25 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Ryan Skinner 1:29:11. Masters – A Thomerson 1:33:32. Grandmasters – Jeff Whittinghill 1:45:46. 20-24 – David Eickhoff 1:56:47. 25-29 – Charles Kelley 1:41:26. 30-34 – Emmanuel Isanda 1:31:32. 35-39 – Noel Ennis 1:48:02. 40-44 – Travis Armstrong 1:52:50. 45-49 – Claudio Dettorre 1:34:43. 50-54 – Jeff Whittinghill 1:45:46. 55-59 – A Thomerson 1:33:32. 60-69 – William Yoakum 1:50:29. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Belle Thomas 1:31:53. Masters – Kim French 1:57:58. Grandmasters – Catherine Warren 2:15:01. 9-under – Bella Morgan 2:01:25. 15-19 – Erica Sandlin 2:14:43. 20-24 – Emily Eickhoff 1:32:29. 25-29 – Jennay Weatherholt 2:09:45. 30-34 – Stacey Bernetskie 1:51:26. 35-39 – Cassie Martin Reynolds 1:58:27. 40-44 – Kim French 1:57:58. 45-49 – Robin Harrison 2:17:55. 50-54 – Catherine Warren 2:15:01. 55-59 – Dorothy Poole 2:52:27. 60-69 – Nancy Yates 2:16:44. Male, 5K: Overall – Nolan Johnson 18:41. Masters – Clark Fisher 21:45. Grandmasters – Andy Nathan 21:57. 9-under – Maddox Gower 34:25. 10-14 – John Murphy 34:25. 20-24 – Dixon Jack Fletcher 23:38. 25-29 – Laddie Hickson 25:43. 30-34 – Nathan Baker 23:24. 35-39 – Yuji Wada 21:26. 40-44 – Chuck Herrington 24:53. 4549 – Mike Blankenship 22:02. 50-54 – Terry Milam 25:01. 55-59 – Clark Fisher 21:45. 60-64 – Andy Nathan 21:57. 65-over – James Koger 34:11. Female, 5K: Overall – Jane-Ann Vincent 23:56
Masters – Janet Ritchie 25:17. Grandmasters – Laura Hagan 29:01. 9-under – Chariot Holland 26:57. 10-14 – Erica Smith 28:22. 15-19 – Destiny Drury 30:25. 20-24 – Kristen Smth 31:19. 25-29 – Chelsea Campbelll 26:58. 30-34 – Katy Kittinger 26:05. 35-39 – Christina Gregory 25:38. 40-44 – Karrie Robbins 27:54. 45-49 – Elleana Lowe 29:02. 50-54 – Laura Hagan 29:01. 55-59 – Janet Ritchie 25:17. 60-64 – Joan Gassaway 34:32. 65-over – Mary Morrison 44:02.
MISSISSIPPI Leagle Beagle 5K Jackson, MS - 3/11 Male, Overall - William Kazery 16:05. Masters - Collin Johnson 19:02. Grandmasters - Bo Smith 19:05. Senior Grandmasters - Glen Crotwell 21:05. Stroller - Danny Bolanos 23:53. 14-under - Noah Overstreet 23:44, Braydent Young 24:31, Hudson James 24:47.15-19 - Tre Lewis 18:53, John Lea 21:34, Robert Griffis 22:24.20-24 Ryan Crandall 16:12, William Donnelly 17:34, Doug Mumme 17:35. 25-29 Elliott Freeman 18:06, Joseph Clack 18:23, Edy Ajapacaja 19:23.30-34 Josue Capir 19:04, Nick Morisani 19:59, Wesley Mockbee 20:57. 35-39 Stephen Mosley 19:35, David Josey 22:45, Ben Sylve 23:20. 40-44 - Tom Rich 20:32, Trey Weir 22:19, Jeff Overstreet 22:28.45-49 - Lex Davis 21:07, Francisco Munoz 22:06, Jeremy Jones 23:13. 50-54 - David Simmonds 20:41, Russell Parker 23:00, Bilal Hashim 23:54.55-59 - Mark Lipking 21:26, Charles Allred 22:46, Jim Alvis 23:02. 60-64 - Randall Hines 21:49, Walter Smitherman 24:35, James Hall 25:07. 65-69 - David Mockbee 27:25, William Jordan 39:03, Bob Arentson 41:40.70-79 - Lamar Rutledge 25:15, Rick Eades 29:00, Edwin Smith 30:17. 80-over - Lyons Walsh 33:10, Peter Miazza 33:41. Female: Overall - Angel Overstreet 19:25. Masters - Shannon Steele 22:23. Grandmasters - Teresa Crothers 21:27. Senior Grandmasters - Mary Lohrenz 26:02. Stroller - Jennifer Cecil 28:43. 14-under - Emma Overstreet 26:11, Cate Purvis 32:02, Summer Keith 34:56.15-19 - Abigal Cole 30:11, Alex Modgenson 32:42, Risa Rieger 32:48.20-24 - Alanna Crotwell 24:55, Megan Parrish 27:13, Gwendolyn Davis 29:51.25-29 - Megan Glorioso 24:21, Sarah Moulder 24:41, Haley Barber 25:16.30-34 - Britney McKnight 24:48, Laura Kuhn 24:51, Sue Werre 25:28.35-39 - Julie Vicars 25:47, Clare Agostinelli 26:36, Jennifer Cecil 28:43.40-44 - Ronda Wedgeworth 27:30, Stephanie Flake 28:30, Megan Conner 28:59.45-49 - Karla Jarvenpaa 26:41, Susan Landry 28:49, Gail Strength 29:27.50-54 - April Palmer 25:18, Cathy Holmes 26:54, Carey Bellamy 30:53.55-59 - Chantay Steen 25:14, Patsy Watson 29:13, Debi Aden 29:29.60-64 - Sally Holly 47:51.65-69 - Charlene Priester 31:39.70-79 Maria Walker 30:56.
Hattiesburg Clinic Rise & Shine Race Draws Largest Crowd to Date HATTIESBURG, MISS. - More than 700 individuals, along with clinic employees and members of the community, participated in Hattiesburg Clinic's 6th Annual Rise & Shine Half-Marathon & 5K, held April 1 at the clinic's main campus. The event benefited The Arc of Southeast Mississippi, a non-profit organization that serves South Mississippi residents with developmental challenges. Proceeds from this year's event are expected to surpass $30,000 for The Arc's Rise & Shine Program, which allows adults with disabilities the chance to take part in recreational, social and community centric activities. “We are happy to say we had more race participants this year than ever before, which means we will be able to increase our donation to The Arc this year. As always, this would not have been possible without our sponsors and volunteers,” said Susan Yarrow, public relations manager for Hattiesburg Clinic. “We cannot thank our sponsors, the community and all of our volunteers enough for making this year's event so successful.” Hattiesburg Clinic employees, as well as members and supporters of The Arc, attended the event to help facilitate the race and cheer on participants. Both the half-marathon and 5K started at Hattiesburg Clinic's main clinic on South 28th Avenue and continued through the south side of Hattiesburg, with the half-marathon stretching across Hardy Street to The University of Southern Mississippi campus and circling back to Hattiesburg Clinic. For more about this year's race, visit www.hattiesburgclinic.com/halfmarathon or the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/hattiesburgclinic. Male, Half Marathon: Overall - Brennan Barlow 1:22:02, Jason Mayfield 1:24:32, Dan Vega 1:25:24. 10-under - Dallas Stricker 1:42:13. 11-20 - Bo Henderson 1:51:21, Tyler White 1:55:49. 21-30 - Chip Cowsert 1:27:09, Anthony Stricker 1:35:02. 3140 - George Medoza 1:27:14, Richard Lovering 1:32:22. 41-50 - Robin Ryder 1:26:53, Rich Reinauer 1:38:55. 51-60 - Kenneth Hall 1:54:23, David Pultz 2:06:43. 61-70 - Steve Phillps 2:02:33, Holt McMullan 2:05:13. 71-over -
www.running.net Dennis Wargel 3:36:01. Female, Half Marathon: Overall - Grace Carroll 1:33:13, Michelle Vekasy 1:45:39, Jennifer Patterson 1:47:18. 10-under - Abigail Osness 2;03:30. 11-20 - Ashling Osness 1:48:52, Anthony Stricker 2:06:54. 21-30 - Ellen Murphy 1:48:01, Theresa Woehnker 1:51:57. 31-40 - Evelyn Watkins 1:56:28, Beth Wilson 1:57:22.41-50 Brandy Gamblin 1:54:46, Barbara Sheffield 1:55:35. 51-60 - Dawn Polo 1:57:03, Chantay Steen 1:57:26. 61-70 - Pam Willmore 2:36:54, Anita Davis 2:51:55. Male, 5K: Overall - Drew Blake 18:44, John Kepper 19:58, Thomas Woodruff 20:29. Female, 5K: Overall - Reagan Jones 21:53, Audrey Charoglu 25:16, Dianne Hinton 25:45.
NORTH CAROLINA Leprechaun Leap 10K/5K Lenoir, NC – 3/11 Male, 10K: Overall – Juan Morales 44:02, Alex Martin 45:00, Mark Annas 45:36. Female, 10K: Overall – Jill Konkol 43:15, Wendy Hildebran 52:04, Joanna Mickel 52:27. Male, 5K: Overall – Austin Edmonds 18:52, Zack Carter 22:17, Glenn Eller 22:29. Female, 5K: Overall – Amy Goble 26:53, Meagan Morris 27:37, Shea Hoyle 27:57. Complete results: https://runsignup.com/race/results/?raceId=7028#resultSetId-57669 .
Neuse River Bridge Run Half Marathon/10K/5K New Bern, NC – 3/11 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Kevin Bennert 1:14:48, Jose Mora 1:20:10, Leon Lafreniere 1:22:46. 14-under – Cristian Cevallos 2:22:13, Colby Whisnant 2:39:48, Morgan Scotten-White 2:40:27. 15-19 – Ben Bruno 2:05:01, Will Edwards 2:20:17. 20-24 – Alfilio Martinez 1:32:18, Adam Rok 1:41:58, Jacob Works 1:42:06. 25-29 – Steve Gilgo 1:31:08, James Borden 1:35:13, Andy Schmidt 1:53:54. 30-34 – Drew Wessels 1:35:09, Ben Hagan 1:36:51, Matthew Neal 1:45:26. 35-39 – Louis Kinlaw 1:28:32, Shawn Adams 1:28:50, Randy Birnschein 1:30:26. 40-44 – Stephen Reavis 1:38:28, David Essic 1:38:59, Gregory McKinney 1:42:31. 45-49 – Tom Karnatz 1:33:09, Torian Priestly 1:35:55, Jim Roche 1:40:53. 50-54 – Rod Jordan 1:36:26, Tony Weshefsky1:43:09, Mike Rok 1:47:42. 55-59 – Michael Arnold 1:34:56, Andrew Parrish 1:46:47, Ricky Brummitt 1:47:11. 65-69 –Ted Bales 1:55:45, Poppy Taylor 2:11:26, Patrick Taylor 2:17:06. 70-over – Ed Lewis 2:40:31. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Katherine Price3 1:24:52, Bridget Burns 1:38:06, Holly Wallace 1:39:01. 15-19 – Brooklynn Barbour 2:06:06. 20-24 – Shannon O’Neil 1:47:44, Marissa Jones 1:49:14, Christian Brogneaux 2:03:25. 25-29 –Ashley Gardner 1:43:25, Jennifer Veillete 1:44:00, Kirstin Nervig 1:45:17. 30-34 – Katy Fuson 1:40:44, Janelle Sununtnasuk 1:46:31, Heather Judy 1:47:10. 35-39 – Holly Quinn 1:41:11, Lauren Arnette 1:45:28, Jennifer Hamilton 1:50:32. 40-44 – Michelle Lemke 1:48:02, Melanie King 1:54:07, Wend Castilleja 2:02:49. 4549 – Melissa Rankin 1:48:41, Melinda Law 2:02:53, Aleta Brydge 2:06:17. 5054 – Donna Anderson 2:07:28, Nancy Morgridge 2:09:45, Gail Maauro 2:27:41. 55-59 – Carol Irvin 2:12:32, Mary Gravley 2:18:17, Eileen Greb 2:18:18. 60-64 – Carol Long 2:03:09, Christine Riesbeck 3:10:27. Male, 10K: Overall – Sean Greenlaw 41:11, Benjamin Hawthorne 41:21, Cooper Metts 42:06. 14-under – Conor Montanye 52:50. 15-19 – Alden Sylvester 43:39, Ben Hart 48:33, Will Alexander-Lee 55:09. 20-24 – James Payne 46:00, Caleb Nicholson 46:18, Stefan Huber 48:29. 25-29 – Patrick Downs 42:37, Jonathan Dew 44:46, Bryce Martin 46:59. 30-34 – Daniel Gibbon 42:12, Brian Sears 42:33, Joseph Pascetta 43:49. 35-39 – Brett Leffler 50:44, Jason Borneo 51:52, Jason Frederick 55:16. 40-44 – Chris Coker 50:36, Craig Ramey 53:16, David Rose 53:45. 45-49 – James Malone 47:06, Stephen Schmidt 51:46 Craig Keenhold 52:01. 50-54 – Tim Mackenzie 47:38, Stuart Oliphant 51:19, Mike Mcaden 55:36. 55-59 – David Daly 47:09, Michael Clsoterman 52:04, Russ Stewart 52:56. 60-64 – Rod Devar 44:29, Ted Rust 50:24, Frank Schreier 50:55. 65-69 – Robert Busher 57:04. 70-over – Dave O’Connell 1:00:42, John Jaskolka 1:17:03, Denny Colbert 1:21:41. Female, 10K: Overall – Elizabeth Nelson 46:32, Janine Garner 48:55, Haley Nowak 48:59. 14-under – Alice Paul 1:09:39. 15-19 – Myrha Qadir 55:33, Emily Piwowarski 58:00, Mackenzie Rayfield 59:19. 20-24 – Kiera Carpenter52:07, Kayla Kross 52:59, Kasey Worley 54:07. 25-29 – Aylssa Downs 49:29, Elizabeth Dew 53:34, Danielle Anderson 53:56. 30-34 – Melissa Gonigham 52:05, Rachel Andrews 54:03, Brooke Bricen 54:58. 35-39 – Marie Knight 50:40, Leanne Jones 52:08, Karen Yaeck 54:07. 40-44 – Kimberly Ward 52:59, Claudia Rose 55:07, heather Barnes 56:52. 45-49 – Kelley Mathews 52:06, Lisa Wright 54:45 ,Dee Gorsuch 59:36. 50-54 – Lori Ann Prill 53:10, Marie Tingle 1:02:50, Missi Foster 1:02:55. 55-59 – Valerie Nasser 59:32, Diane Mabry 1:01:02, Kathi Hubbard 1:02:49. 60-64 – Gaylene Henry 58:01, Jenny Dark 1:00:57, Cheryl Flanagan 1:08:56. 65-69 – Virginia Spencer 1:12:19, BonneTharrington 1:34:17. 70-over – Betty Mayfield 1:17:12, Margaret Morris 1:22:11, Lu McNairy 1:34:17. Male, 5K:Overall –Ben Connelly 17:57, Clint Bryan 19:13, Tyler Morris 19:46. 14-under – Collin Ponton 21:10, Dylan Conaway 23:19, Jake Whitley 25:21. 15-19 – Eugenio Coto 20:49, Owen Rose 21:31, Tyler Helmick 23:48. 20-24 – Tim Vingl 20:44, Sean Whitfield 23:25, Sam Avolis 26:05. 25-29 – Luke Hallam 21:54, Aaron Siegel 26:01, Matthew Wills 30:20. 30-34 – Richard Wills 23:58, Rodney Duncan 24:58, Lucas Jordan 25:39. 35-39 – Michael Thorsby 22:19, Will Summer 23:44, Benjamin Friedrick 26:03. 40-44 – Ian Erickson 24:52, Jason Donovan 29:45, David Dysinger 29:51. 45-49 – Michael Fulcher 25:01, Stephen Whitley 27:51, Stephen Howard 28:38. 50-54 – Richard Blair 22:10, David Ansink 22:59, Matt Piwowarski 25:09. 55-59 – Mike Peebles 23:51, Richard Venable 25:51, Jimmy High 32:33. 60-64 – James Wells 24:17, William Holton 31:02, Bradley Rodgers 34:39. 65-69 – Reginald St. Germain 26:06, Elliot Frank 29:47, Warren Cheves 29:52. 70-over – Andrew D’Angelo 33:48, Dan Jones 38:22, William Shober 40:27. Female, 5K: Overall – Anna Simmons 23:49, Evelyn Register 25:26, Diana Peebles 26:11. 14-under – Haley Sensenig 30:32, Caroline Sensenig 30:33, Emma Stanton 30:48. 15-19 – Brinson Willis 26:13, Kendra Carpenter 26:47, Sydney Blair 32:24. 20-24 – Bernie Ettwein 29:46, Hailee Martin 31:09, Kristina Cagle 31:14. 25-29 – Carrie Lynch 27:43, Amy Everson 28:12, Brooke Wiseman 28:37. 30-34 – Lora Friedrick 28:26, Katherine Jordan 28:29, Whitney Hammond 28:36. 35-39 – Christina Cioffi 28:44, Janet Haskett 29:43, Nikki Mills 30:14. 40-44 – Heather Summer 26:44, Laura Gray 30:04, Jan Requena 30:07. 45-49 – Kim Edmond 28:57, Laura Mccombs 30:09, Donna Cashwell 31:02. 50-54 – Kim Willis 26:12, ValerieCavenaugh 28:13, Zella Dunnebacke 28:33. 55-59 – Maureen Abraham 30:47, Nan Holton 32:40, Linda Dickens 38:49. 60-64 – Evelyn Townsend 32:15, Susan Holton 36:09, Karla Perry 36:53. 65-69 – Karen Busher 42:14, Julia Sligar 46:07, Hoa Shelle 46:59. 70over – Bonnie Lackey 55:06, Ingrid Adams 59:30, Linda Sherman 59:51.
Patenotte 58:59, 22-Kevin Ager 59:11, 23-Ike Wheeless 59:19, 24-Dan Vasil 1:00:11, 25-Corey Alexander 1:00:13. Female, Top 25 – 1-Jennings Garry 53:34, 2-Jennifer Hosler 59:14, 3Lauren Knowlson 59:50, 4-Molly Pitman 1:00:29, 5-Suzanne Byers 1:02:38, 6-Priscila Maynez 1:03:08, 7-Amanda Fox 1:03:37, 8-Paige Harrington 1:03:41, 9-Erin Day 1:03:50, 10-Miriam Nelson 1:04:26, 11-Erin Smyrski 1:04:51, 12-Carrie Grote 1:05:11, 13-Danielle Pierce 1:05:30, 14-Laura Cleaver 1:06:02, 15-Jenna Sharrits 1:06:26, 16-Cecile Wight 1:06:29, 17Katie Waldowski 1:06:34, 18-Deanne Blas 1:06:42, 19-Frances Dickson 1:07:04, 20-Maggie Lesueur 1:07:13, 21-Dawn Cothran 1:08:00, 22-Alenda Hartshorn 1:08:24, 23-Leanne Perry 1:08:37, 24-Megan McGowan 1:08:46, 25-Carolyn Morrisroe 1:08:47.
Nicole Esplin Wins Her First Big Race at Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh RALEIGH, NC - The city of Raleigh, North Carolina put out the red carpet for thousands of runners on April 2 at the Humana Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh Marathon & _ Marathon with featured charity ALS Association North Carolina Chapter. The annual race routes participants through the most scenic parts of North Carolina's “City of Oaks.” Nicole Esplin of West End, North Carolina prevailed in the 13.1-mile half marathon, blazing an average of six minutes and sixteen seconds per mile to finish first in 1:21:55. Her nearest rival was Raleigh's own Tereza Novotna, who came across the finish line in 1:23:28. Third place was awarded to 25year-old Holly Clarke, who ran 1:23:59. Esplin, who originally lived in Raleigh, said her win was incredibly exciting. “It was the first big race that I have won,” she said. “The course is my favorite course in the area. It's beautiful. You get to run downtown for this race. It's definitely a hilly course and I'm very happy for anyone who finished it today. The weather here was perfect. You couldn't ask for anything better.” Esplin said she started training for the half marathon in January and at the beginning of Sunday's race, she was surprised to find herself in the lead. “I kept expecting someone to come up behind me,” she admitted. The men's half marathon was a closer affair with 36-year-old Edwin Kibowen of Kenya breaking the tape in 1:10:01 (an average of 5:21 miles) and a mere 21 seconds later came second-place finisher Brett Morley of Greenville, SC, in 1:10:22. The last podium spot went to third-place finisher Andris Goncarovs of Greensboro, NC, in 1:13:22. “It felt great. The course was nice,” said Kibowen, who admitted that he had never raced in the United States. It was fantastic. It was a dream for me to race in the United States. Kibowen discovered the Humana Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh Marathon after an internet search. “I've always heard of the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series races. They are famous,” he said. In the marathon event, Estuardo Novales of Guatemala prevailed with repeat 6-minute miles in 2:36:58. Second and third place went to Jonathan McGinnis (2:41:10) of Rock Hill, SC, and Ryan Parrish (2:42:08), of Fulshear, TX, respectively. “It's an incredible feeling,” Novales said of his win. “It's only my second win in America.” Novales attended NC State back in 2002 and 2003 and said he was familiar with parts of the Raleigh course. “I told myself today that I may take second or third, but wasn't too sure I could actually win. But anything can happen with a 26.2-mile run. I'm very happy for my family. My wife, who is pregnant, could not come with me on this trip, but I thought about her today.” Stephanie Knast of Philadelphia won the women's race in 2:56:20. Second place went to Kimberly Stoveld 3:09:57, also from Philly. Third place was awarded to Sarah Getty (3:13:47). Knast said the race was a challenge. “My quads almost gave out, “said Knast, who set a personal best. “I thought I was going to pull out, but I pushed through.” Elite results aside, Sunday's race in Raleigh was an incredible party with good times all around. The alternative hit-band Cracker took to the stage at the Red Hat Amphitheater at the end of the race to give participants and their families something to dance to at the finish line festival. 2017 Race Results http://www.runrocknroll.com/finisher-zone/search-and-results/?eventid=48 Name, Age, Hometown, Time, Prize Men's Marathon Estuardo Novales, 35, Guatemala, 2:36:58, $500 Jonathan McGinnis, 28, Rock Hill, SC, 2:41:10 Ryan Parrish, 38, Fulshear, TX, 2:42:08 Christian Noergaard Niels, 33, Denmark, 2:43:55 George Oliver, 23, Winston Salem, NC, 2:45:15 Women's Marathon Stephanie Knast, 27, Philadelphia, PA, 2:56:20, $500 Kimberly Stoveld, 28, Philadelphia, PA, 3:09:57 Sarah Getty, 34, Maple Grove, MN, 3:13:47 Maleah Pinyan, 28, Salisbury, NC, 3:18:10 Emily Haggerty, 21, Sewell, NJ, 3:18:16 Men's Half Marathon Edwin Kibowen, 36, Kenya, 1:10:01, $250 Brett Morley, 24, Greenville, SC, 1:10:22 Andris Goncarovs, 24, Greensboro, NC, 1:13:22 Omer Abdulrahman, 29, Raleigh, NC, 1:13:55 Logan Desouza, 25, Durham, NC, 1:18:13 Women's Half Marathon Nicole Esplin, 24, West End, NC, 1:21:55, $250 Tereza Novotna, 24, Raleigh, NC, 1:23:28 Holly Clarke, 25, San Francisco, CA, 1:23:59 Amelia Shea, 26, Charlotte, NC, 1:27:16 Allison Mycek, 23, Raleigh, NC, 1:31:07
Dupont Forest Trail 12K Hendersonville, NC – 3/25
5K participants take off from the Start line at this year's Rise & Shine Half-Marathon & 5K.
Male, Top 25 – 1-Mike Zeberkiewicz 41:50, 2-Shiloh Mielke 42:37, 3Javan Lapp 43:31, 4-Jacob Erdman 43:34, 5-Frankie Adkins 44:13, 6-David Short 46:18, 7-Mikey Riley 47:30, 8-Doug Daniel 48:03, 9-Jerad Crave 48:53, 10-Phil Gregory 49:37, 11-Max Martinez 50:27, 12-Timothy Poulton 51:44, 13-Pierce Holloway 52:25, 14-Scott Boatwright 54:33, 15-Emil Ruecker 54:57, 16-Wes Miller 56:0, 17-Jonathan Chassner 56:27, 18-Seth Holling 56:57, 19-Matthew Hill 57:02, 20-Spencer Sharrits 57:20, 21-Dennis
Nicole Esplin was female half marathon winner.
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SOUTH CAROLINA Run to the Green 15K/10K/5K Greenville, SC – 3/15 Male, 15K: Overall – Danny Ferreira 56:35, David Russell 56:43, Brian Kistner 58:53. Masters – Igor Kulchytskyy 1:01:35, Damon Little 1:03:17, Robert Yerger 1:05:44. 15-19 – Seth Shields 1:10:11, Allen Foy 1:14:18, Will Christensen 1:26:56. 20-24 – Alex Santelle 1:04:31, Kurt Blumeyer 1:06:09, Alexander Weisser 1:13:48. 25-29 – Sean Marden 59:26, Diego Padelford 1:07:47, Colby Hanson 1:08:00. 30-34 – Marcus Nellems 1:04:33, Carl Puckett 1:08:17, Joe Russ 1:08:17. 35-39 – Ross Shealy 1:00:57, Jim Horn 1:08:54, Keith Ellis 1:08:56. 40-44 – Adam Lewis 1:08:23, Charley Clements 1:08:46, Dan Wrightsman 1:08:54. 45-49 – Randall Hrechko 1:06:12, Matt Buffum 1:06:28, Winston Holliday 1:07:37. 50-54 – Charlie Shields 1:09:53, Phil Togneri 1:13:44, Steven Brady 1:21:12. 55-59 – Ralph Maynard 1:09:35, David Betancourt 1:09:50, Basil Duncan 1:15:50. 60-64 – Jeffrey Allums 1:09:57, Wade Bauer 1:23:44. 65-69 – Randy Frith 1:11:43, William Iskrzak 1:20:58. 70-over – Michael Lambert 2:00:20.. Female, 15K: Overall – Molly Murphy 54:05, Sarah Scully 1:02:59, Alyshia Becco 1:05:48. Masters – Juliet Roberts 1:16:09, Amanda Lyons 1:16:28, Carol Wallace 1:18:24. 20-24 – Lauryn Schubiger 1:16:35, Hollie Debaro 1:20:53, Amanda McGoye 1:25:48. 25-29 – Kelly Smith 1:14:25, Riley Holland 1:16:30, Valori Schubiger 1:16:35. 30-34 – Sarah Buckliew 1:07:23, Jessica Bradley 1:10:41, Kimberly Hardin 1:11:03. 35-39 – Nichole Knutson 1:08:46, Gena Ochal 1:09:02, Tracy Gariepy 1:10:35. 40-44 – Jaime Strickland 1:21:53, Holly Frederick 1:23:43, Amy Burton 1:28:30. 45-49 – Heather Hawn 1:21:47, Gretchen Lambert 1:29:45, Bertha Lotjewoehl 1:31:06. 50-54 – Renee McCormick 1:20:19, Kelly Danias 1:23:58, Jolie Costello 1:25:42. 55-59 – Sheila McDevett 1:43:32. 60-64 – Sharon Weinberg 1:27:39. Male, 10K: Overall – Ryan Plexico 37:59, Phil Midden 38:47, Gabriel Kenne 39:40. Masters – Jeffrey Godby 40:24, John Lansche 43:27, John Corbett 43:36. 11-14 – Matthew Kistner 49:13, T.J. Mizzell 49:20, William Overby 58:37. 15-19 – Thomas Willams 43:59, Sam McClelland 1:06:24. 20-24 – David Littleton 44:05, James Jeremiah 45:11, Nick Gelting 47:24. 25-29 – Matt Talley 41:57, Jimmy Sawczuk 42:20, Matthew Torchia 42:46. 30-34 – Weston Anthony 45:19, Matthew Ramsey 46:44, John Hamilton 47:44. 35-39 – Luke Godwin 41:00, Charlie Wooten 50:14, Scott Sullivan 51:32. 40-44 – Micah Simonsen 44:04, Mark Whetstone 46:55, Todd Caldwell 48:44. 45-49 – Dean Worm 45:54, Curt Duer 46:48, John Sherrer 47:08. 50-54 – Francisco Mora 46:42, Roy Shelley 49:21, Thomas Mullens 53:56. 55-59 – James McIntosh 47:20, Tug Quarles 47:56, Jim Williams 49:09. 60-64 – Peter O’Boyle 44:52, Harry Strick 1:01:38, Topper Amerson 1:05:08. 65-69 – Stuart Andrews 59:10, Dave Langdon 1:22:30, John Houser 1:23:24. Female, 10K: Overall – Shannon Iriel 40:43, Mary Claire Cox 40:58, Tanya Witlen 45:39. Masters – Coleen Strasburger 50:05, Stephanie Fischer 52:06, Sue Porter 55:14. 15-19 – Sophie Hodge 48:29, Maggie Hodge 51:25, Mattie Hibbs 56:33. 20-24 – Meghan Sullivan 47:02, Jamie Canavan 49:55, Kirby Williamson 54:50. 25-29 – Caroline Welden 47:40, Jessica O’Neill 50:33, Janie Campbell 51:35. 30-34 – Jani Linde 47:13, Kortni Koutrakos 50:57, Sheena Morris 57:42. 35-39 – Melissa Mixon 51:42, Janet Sullivan 52:50, Lyra LebronBrown 53:54. 40-44 – Brandi Avant 55:05, Sarah Hughes 57:37, AmandaKaraganov 59:06. 45-49 – Katie Schopp 1:00:14, Tawnya Hutchison 1:00:14, Linda Demaray 1:03:59. 50-54 – Kim Edmiston 59:26, Susan Jermstad 59:43, Ann Jedziniak 1:00:39. 55-59 –Pamela Anderson 56:12, Donna Freeman 57:57, Teresa Harrington 58:50. 70-over – Sue Frith 1:04:16. Male, 5K: Overall – Robert Carter 17:19, Eric Ashton 17:20, Eric Allers 18:23. Masters – Andrew Ortaglia 20:14, Steve Juszkiewicz 20:21, Johnthan Kirkwood 20:31. 10-under – Daniel Navarro 23:57, Chandler Knott 27:30, Landon young 28:44. 11-14 – Russell Jones 20:38, Benjamin Tanner 22:43, Brooks Hartin 22:56. 15-19 – Tanner Sutter 19:16, Jonathan Zuraw 19:47, Braden Bolger 20:28. 20-24 – Parker Whitley 19:22, Timothy Daly 19:34, Wes Long 19:52. 25-29 – Derek Boucher 19:53, Adam Burton 20:07, Keith Coles 20:23. 30-34 – David Ellison 19:42, Benjamin Garcia Egea 19:52, Andrew Kahle 19:56. 3539 – Ben Bower 18:34, Steven Hicks 19:22, Drew Williams 19:28. 40-44 – Kevin Robinson 21:06, Gregory Pride 22:23, Michael Mancini 22:54. 45-49 – Kent Gabriel 24:25, Jeffery Brewer 24:32, Bruno Delage 24:58. 50-54 – Mario Alvarez 20:54, Dan Cole 20:58, Kenneth Bohan 22:10. 55-59 – Chris Muenzer 20:52, Michael Beaver 25:23, Vernon Pajaro 26:30.. 60-64 – Mike Compton 22:56, Denis O’Neill 27:46, David McKee 30:28. 65-69 – Jim Windand 25:41, Mike Castelluzzi 26:51 Alex Ponomarez 28:21. 70-over – Ronald Hagell 31:09, Rocky soderberg 33:46, Rich Weaver 39:38. Female, 5K: Overall – Susie McQuiston 20:20, Lizzie Meier 21:18, Sarah Falta 21:33. Masters – Sarah Allers 22:10, Chantal Faure 22:42, Julie Chapski 25:27. 10-under – Amelia Kelly 26:41, Olivia Lee 31:21, Emme Crosland 32:17. 11-14 – Kristina Chambers 26:17, Isabelle Studnicka 26:27, Nina Shealy 30:10. 15-19 – Kiley Hurst 22:04, Lauren Strothers 23:29, Allison Printz 24:21. 20-24 – Brielle Appelbaum 21:19, Hannah Frazier 21:30, Humna Fayyaz 23:58. 25-29 – Susannah Small 22:51, Jamie Depinet 23:04, Lucretia Clark 23:15. 30-34 – Leah McKee 23:28, Charity Breneman 23:29, Coree Price 23:53. 35-39 – Lindsey Wiggins 24:43, Emily Depass 25:42, Lauren Elliott 25:43. 40-44 – Nikki Silveira 28:28, Charmaine Hilliard 28:36, Jennifer Dellacroce 28:59. 45-49 – Kimberly Holliday 26:59, Tracy Tisdale 27:07, Debbie Kely 27:25. 50-54 – Kelly Stanley 27:32, Christine OKeefe 28:25, Rhonda Bryant 30:21. 55-59 – Leigh Mller 28:38, Mary Roe 30:03, Gail Campbell 30:05. 60-64 – Sissy Rosebrock 29:12, Rita Hobi 34:27, Susan Sawczuk 37:04. 65-69 – Sharon Sherbourne 35:16, Sharon Williams 36:01. 70-over – Liselotte Delauder 46:36, Helen Pointer 51:18.
Quarry Crusher/Double Crusher 3.7 miles/7.4 miles Columbia, SC – 3/25 Male, 7.4 miles: Overall – Derek Hutton 49:32, Dean Schuster 55:21, Jonathan Parsons 55:23. Masters – Robert Yerger 56:26. 15-19 – Trace Hunt 1:24:50. 20-24 – Matthew Metzdorff 55:58. 25-29 – Taylor Daylama 1:05:13. 30-34 – Ricky Johnson 1:01:19. 35-39 – Ronald Burk 1:02:59. 40-44 – Micah Simonsen 1:00:10. 45-49 – Richard Stroud 57:06. 50-54 – Alan McMillion 1:01:41. 55-59 – William Haslelden 1:16:05. 60-64 – Randy Smith 1:09:44. 65-69 – Doug Gurley 1:21:38 70-over – Henry Holt 1:18:22. Female, 7.4 miles: Overall – Paola Figueroa 55:22, Genesis Reyes 1:04:20, Sara Bonner 1:04:28. Masters – Stephanie Roberts 1:09:08. 20-24 – Emily Morrow 1:05:30. 25-29 – Elizabeth Stacey 1:23:11. 30-34 – Masayajoy De Leon 1:28:05. 35-39 – Dina Rogers 1:13:34. 40-44 – Alissa Marcolongo 1:12:19. 45-49 – Heather Hawn 1:13:41. 50-54 – Kerri McClary 2:02:22. 55-59 – Lisa Powell 1:09:12. Male, 3.7 miles: Overall – Zander Jeffcoat 25:46, Drew Williams 28:25,
more results at running.net McCray Weeks 29:17. Masters – Dan Cole 31:12. 14-under – Brody Woodcock 33:13, Brooks Hartin 33:34, Jackson Betette 34:19. 15-19 – Charles Knight 30:32, Adam Stanley 34:52, Chandler Roberts 36:31. 20-24 – Jabe Weaver 35:06, Avery Wilks 36:04, Antoine Kelly 36:31. 25-29 – Matthew Torchia 31:14, Pete Eckstrom 33:38, Justin Linville 35:07. 30-34 – Joseph Kiprotich 29:27, Jonathan Eckstrom 31:47, Daniel West 34:10. 35-39 – Ken Brooks 30:03, Brunson Depass 31:51, Rya Sacko 32:29. 40-44 – Michael Guidotti 31:23, John Boyd 35:10, Ruben Perez 37:27. 45-49 – Parker King 34:23, Ernie Yarborough 34:43, Michael Virzi 35:58. 50-54 – Mie Nininger 34:04, Gene Zeigler 34:40, Rich Lindner 35:24. 55-59 – Ken Sekley 31:33, Bruce Balmer 33:34, Henry Clay 34:44. 60-64 – Jack Kuenzie 39:34, Harry Strick 45:00, Topper Amerson 46:10. 65-69 – Sam Agee 43:21, Baxter Starnes 45:40, Stanley Dubinsky 47:33. 70-over – Ablert Whitside 57:39, Michael Dhunjushah 58:52, Lyle Campbell 59:19. Female, 3.7 miles: Overall – Jennifer Oblinger 34:40, Sarah Roof 34:55, Frances Ripepi 35:19. Masters – Darby Shinn 35:04. 14-under – Abagail Cook 41:00, Laci Dubose 41:13, Ashton Hernandez 45:32. 15-19 – Lucy Fischer 47:15, Lyndsey Hoover 48:47, Taylor Johnson 55:00. 20-24 – Jordan Webster 36:19, Savannah Ott 36:31, Annalisa Cabalka 39:33. 25-29 – Roxine Chapski 36:55, Sarah Merriman 38:55, Erica Peot 39:38. 30-34 – Erin Wilson 38:57, Emily Holland 40:18, Ashley Minkel 42:23. 35-39 – Sara Campbell 39:15, Kristina Diaz 40:07, Elizabeth Madison 40:10. 40-44 – Fumiko Malave 35:17, Julie McKinnon 35:30, Noel Schuch 37:18. 45-49 – Mylinda O’Quin 35:28, Stephanie Fischer 39:35, Tamara Parsons 39:35. 50-54 – Sandra Chaplin 45:02, Jeannie Craig 45:11, Mitsy Mangum 48:46. 55-59 – Colleen Strasburger 39:00, Julie Chapski 39:59, Florence Morrow 42:04. 60-64 – Susan Sullivan 51:46, Kathy Rikard 1:01:49, Dolly Rodgers 1:03:28. 65-69 – Lana Whiteside 57:39, Gwen Starnes 1:02:14. 70over – Linda Dhunjishah 1:17:18.
Greer Earth Day Run 10 mile/10K/5K Greer, SC – 4/1 Male, 10 miles: Overall – Dave Bussard 1:01:32, Jon Stoehr 1:01:47, Edgar Aguilar 1:02:47. Masters – Kevin Mosteller 1:03:31, Samuel Saldivar 1:05:04, Chris Starker 1:11:42. Grandmasters – Ben Howell 1:15:20, Mike Sullivan 1:16:59, Bernard Vereersch 1:19:27. Female, 10 miles: Overall – Chrissy Driskell 1:14:12, Jessica Norris 1:19:11, Brooke Simpson 1:19:38. Masters – Gail King 1:20:55, Karen Becker 1:21:11, Debby TindallCombs 1:22:37. Grandmasters – Deanne Blas 1:24:13, Susan Toy 1:26:28, Nancy Bubanich 1:35:23. Male, 10K: Overall – Nathan Akerhielm 42:04, Sean McElveen 43:45, Heiko Blasche 43:56. Masters – Randy Whaley 45:13, Andy Casto-Waters 46:41, Phil Humbert 49:47. Grandmasters – Brian Rhoades 50:20, Marty Joiner 50:22, Kip Connor 52:46. Female, 10K: Overall – Katherine Musselman 48:49, Kiara Hernandez 49:50, Laura Matz 51:54. Masters – Christy Mooney 52:52, Sitara Hultman 52:56, Susan Dupont 53:02. Grandmasters – Mary Heaton 55:33, Maureen White 56:07, Veronica Aldstadt 57:56. Male, Overall – Karahn Washington 19:02, Jason Putnam 19:18, Bradley Merner 19:19. Masters – Bob Saccamao 20:17, Brett Villiger 20:24, Michael Caputo 22:39. Grandmasters – William Scism 25:35, Christopher Power 26:06, Bryant Aldstadt 26:12. Female, Overall – Ann Erath 20:58, Nancy Merner 22:50, Virginia Clark 24:32. Masters – Amy Bowlin 27:27, Tracey Legrand 30:34, Sally Smith 30:38. Grandmasters – Apryll Smith 32:45, Lisa Payne 33:03, Jacqui Foster 33:45. For full results: http://georesults.racemine.com/PalmettoTiming/events/2017/greer-earthday-run/results
TENNESSEE Dylan Belles, Gina Rouse Win Knoxville Marathon KNOXVILLE, TN - Dylan Belles of Greensboro, NC, won Sunday's Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon in 2:25:15. Peter Limo of Morristown, NJ, was second in 2:28:37, and Peter Kemboi Chemaoy, also of Morristown, NJ, was third in 2:43:04. Fourth went to Danny Kratzer of Hendersonville, NC, in 2:46:14, while Brad Sweigart of Mechanicsburg, PA, was fifth in 2:47:42. Gina Rouse repeated as the women's champion in 2:52:06. Lynn Baione of Sevierville was second in 3:10:01, followed by Eden Slater of Knoxville in 3:16:08. Fourth went to Tammy Slusser of Monroeville, PA, in 3:16:59. She was followed by Courtney Madson of Knoxville in 3:21:01. Julius Koskei of Morristown, NJ, won the half marathon in 1:07:24. Austin Whitelaw of Johnson City, TN, was second in 1:07:43. Teferi Regasa of Morristown, NJ, was third in 1:08:13. Firegent Mandefiro of Morristown, NJ, was female winner in 1:22:47. Evan Adams of Johnson City, TN, was second in 1:23:14, and Amanda Martin of Knoxville was third in 1:23:18. Andrew Ogle of Knoxville was the 5K winner in 16:44. Kelsey Kane of Knoxville was female winner in 20:16. Results of all races: https://knoxvillemarathon.com/results-2/
Bays Mountain Marathon Kingsport, TN – 3/11 Male, Overall - Brian Pickett 3:02:58. Masters – Eric Grossman 3:07:21. Grandmasters – Doug Strickland 4:01:38. Senior Grandmasters – Marvin Lafler 5:06:58. 30-34 – Dana Brooks 4:37:03. 35-39 – Russell Hill 3:38:02, Andy Shelton 3:42:11, Matthew Kidd 3:52:56. 40-44 – Jesse Fritz 3:28:49, Matt Clabaugh 3:31:59, Shawn Becker 3:34:19. 45-49 – David Lively 3:47:41, Jeff King 4:08:36, Mantle Roth 4:09:57. 50-54 – Blake Williams 4:20:34, Duey Flin 4:35:06, Kevin Price 5:03:59. 55-59 – Tom Ecay 4:09:55, Wesley Miller 4:19:16. Female, Overall – Michelle McLellan 4:00:14. Masters – Liane Jennings 4:35:33 20-24 – Jaime Jacobson 5:52:25. 25-29 – Anika Whittier 4:36:23, Carissa Chambers 5:06:58. 30-34 – Julie Horne 4:54:06. 35-39 – Natalie Pickett 4:19:16, Amanda Tipton 5:36:21, Tara Harrell 5:52:24. 40-44 – Tiffany Long 6:49:39. 45-49 – Marcinda Roth 4:58:16. – Mark Skelton
Daffodil Dash 3 miler Memphis, TN – 3/18 Male, Overall – Trapper Pressler 18:01. Masters – Ronald Scott 18:53. Grandmasters – Michael McKenzie 19:06. 11-under – Christian B 25:20, Mason Zemaitis 25:32, David Oliver 28:47. 12-14 – Noah G 23:35, Joseph 25:32, Nathaniel Garner 26:59. 15-19 – Alex Robinson 18:28, William R 20:47, Brent Wayne 22:17. 20-24 – Armand Nasab 24:26, Truman Thomas 48:03, Immanuel M 53:52. 25-29 – Arian Nasab 25:36, Matt Younger 26:11, Sam B 40:12. 30-34 – Paul Foster 31:21, Matt Cauley 49:39. 35-39 – Bobby Gallagher 22:47, Joshua Cathey 26:16, Brett Rohbert 28:54. 40-44 – David Zucker 19:02, Jason Grosser 20:21, Scott Garner 21:05. 45-49 – Marty Goodlett 26:25, Craig Smither 28:29, Paul Williams 29:42. 50-54 – Jeffrey Elliott 21:29, James Kennedy 21:57, Ed Brainerd 31:25. 55-59 – Robert Wilson 20:04, Helmut Steinberg 25:06, Johnathan Dougherty 25:37. 60-64 – Kevin Prester 28:21, Steve Thompson 30:15, James Smith 38:49. 65-69 –Bob Leopold 24:42, Charlie Ragan 31:00, Hurley Shepherd 50:48. 70-74– Ken Zimmerman 56:36. Female, Overall – Emily Farnsworth 19:15. Masters – Lisa Burnett 22:00. Grandmasters – Cheryl McKenzie 22:21. 11-under – Alyssa McNinch 29:01, Leila Pritchett 36:27, Lacie Myers 44:40. 12-14 – Zoe Wolfe 27:00, Maggie Esnard 29:49, Emily Esnard 36:15. 15-19 – Peyton Sessions 22:36, Alex K 34:51, Ebone B 44:30. 20-24 – Lucy Stone 25:22 Alaina Piazza 25:45, Leighton Foster 31:05. 25-29 – Sam Polly 25:34, Whitney Knight 25:51, Bethany Sharp 28:55. 30-34 – Mallory Bader 20:08, Kristen Leone 21:13, Lyndsey McNinch 25:10. 35-39 – Rachel Randall 20:29, Leann Edwards 26:42, Ormonde DeAllaume 32:24. 40-44 – Robyn Elliott 29:09, Missy Esnard 36:15, Marley Pailet 38:25. 45-49 – Aida Wiese 22:31, Nanette Farris 22:51, Elana Richardson 30:57. 50-54 – Tobey Wallace 24:40, Liz Fitzpatrick 25:59, Mariah Kurlick 26:50. 55-59 – Lisa Evans 24:38, Debra Hayes 25:26, Patti Berry 27:51. 60-64 – Rachel Ragan 26:14, Sharon Chandler 27:09, Linda Porterfield 29:53. 65-69 – Jan Goslin 32:31, Dianne Polly 38:07, Patricia B 51:35. 75-over – Jane Cox 36:49.
VIRGINIA Get Your Rear in Gear 5K Hampton, VA – 3/25 Male, Overall – Steve Green 17:26. 14-under – Clayton Topping 25:10. 15-19 – McKay Wilhelm 22:58. 20-29 – Craig Basel 18:57. 30-39 – Parry Klages 17:29. 40-49 – Eldon Pollard 22:11. 50-59 – Craig Hymes 19:18. 60-69 – Robert Williams 21:38. 70-over – Dick Davis 39:47. Female, Overall – Samantha Popovich 21:05. 14-under – Brooke Swarringim 30:11. 15-19 – Audrey Roberts 28:37. 20-29 – Bailey Riley 24:07. 30-39 – Angela Weatherhead 24:16. 40-49 – Heide Julio 27:18. 50-59 – Lori Geiss 27:48. 60-69 – Helene Drees 37:11. 70over – Pauline Ely 45:43. – Bruce Davis
Hell Climb 10K Newport, VA – 4/1 Top 50 – 1-Dylan Cowell 47:10, 2-Ignacio Moore 47:42, 3-Kevin McGuire 50:02, 4-Darren Driscoll 50:15, 5-Bryan Plunkett 50:53, 6-Brian Walter 51:16, 7-Scott Huxtable 52:35, 8-Brandon Bishop 53:00, 9-Nicholas Kinney 55:07, 10-Josh Norris 55:33, 11-Marc Edwards 55:51, 12-Michael Stowe 56:39, 13Vince Baranauskas 57:50, 14-Carrie Jensen 57:57, 15-Reid Nicholson 59:41, 16-Matt Tolbert 59:53, 17-Jon Link 1:00:14, 18-Josh Clemons 1:00:23, 19Shawn Huston 1:01:23, 20-Trish Richardson 1:01:32, 21-Sarah Langlinais 1:02:27, 22-Marcia Wright 1:03:09, 23-Wes Fenton 1:03:37, 24-Emro Gjata 1:03:48, 25-Nathan Hall 1:04:41. 26-Quentin Petry 1:04:49, 27-Julie Moore 1:05:35, 28-Gemma Grove 1:05:50, 29-DAvid Mitchener 1:06:00, 30-Randy Burrier 1:06:08, 31-Tyler Leskanic 1:06:37, 32-Brandon Langlinais 1:06:46, 33-John Bianchi 1:06:49, 34-Bret Nicholson 1:07:06, 35-Hunter Stevers 1:07:54, 36-Kim Stewart 1:08:51, 37-Jeff Meadows 1:09:05, 38-Diana Francis 1:09:17, 39-Jonathan Petters 1:09:18, 40-Julia Gohlke 1:11, 41-Rebecca Martin 1:12:32, 42Florence Bliss 1:13:28, 43-Anja Whittington 1:14:28, 44-Jarred Pierce 1:14:42, 45-Michele Walter 1:16:18, 46-Ashley Gramza 1:16:34, 47-Joey Conrad 1:16:56, 48-Jack Bugo 1:18:00, 49-Emily Wayman 1:21:28, 50Verena Riley 1:21:40.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Stanley Kebenei And Hiwot Gebrekidan Win 2017 Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run Washington, DC - For the second year in a row, a naturalized American citizen has won the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run. Twenty-seven year-old Stanley Kebenei, from Oakland, California, the April 2nd race in a time of 46:36. Twenty-one year-old Hiwot Gebrekidan of Ethiopia took the women’s title in a time of 53:37. On a breezy, but otherwise perfect day for running by all of the major Washington, DC landmarks, record times eluded both Kebenei and Gebrekidan in the city’s 45th “Runner’s Rite of Spring,” the second event on the 2016-17 Professional Road Running Organization (PRRO) Circuit. Kebenei made a late-breaking move in the final quarter mile of the race to win. Kebenei, who was born in Kenya and became a U.S. citizen in 2014, bested Kenyan James Kibet - 46:35 to 46:39 - after trailing his rival for much of the tenth mile. Just as he did at last weekend’s IAAF World Cross Country Championships, during the opening miles, Kebenei led the frontpack, but ultimately decided to let others press the pace instead. Discussing his strategy in post-race interviews, Kibenei said: “If I go, these guys will finish me. I had to be smart. Sometimes you have to test the race; you want to know who is strong and who is ready to go.” By mile seven, the lead pack still consisted of 12 runners, including Kebenei, and it appeared to be anyone’s race. Shortly after the leaders hit mile nine, Kibet made a big move, putting 10-yards of real estate between himself, Kebenei and the rest of the pack. “I had to be smart,” Kebenei told himself, “I knew for sure that I still had this race, but I had to be smart. I knew if I kick [closer to the end], I could out kick him.” Over the course of the final mile, Kebenei slowly crept up to Kibet, passing him decisively within sight of the finish line. “It was a good day for me, and a good day for the United States, because America won,” a jubilant Kebenei declared, adding “I’ll be back next year.” Eight of the 12 runners who were in the lead pack at mile seven finished within 12 seconds of each other. Kebenei took home a total of $13,000 in prize money for his effort - $8,000 for the overall victory and $5,000 for being the first American - while Kibet won $4,000. The third place finisher was Ethiopian Birhan Nebebew-Tesfaye, who ran 46:42 to win $2,000. Rounding out the men’s top-ten: Kenyans Evans Kurui, Philemon Cheboi, Dominic Korir and Edwin Rotich placed fourth through seventh in times of 46:43, 46:43, 46:45 and 46:46, winning $1,500, $1,000, $900 and $800, respectively; Christo Landry crossed the line in 46:48 to place eighth overall and second American, winning a total $3,200 ($700 and $2,500), while another American, Kiya Dandena, placed ninth in 46:58 to win $2,100 ($600 and $1,500); Kenyan Philip Langat also ran 46:58 to win $500 and finish 10th. With developmental prize money being paid to the top-10 American finishers, the following men - in addition to Kebenei, Landry and Dandena - took home paychecks today: Luke Puskedra (47:57) won $1,000 as fourth American; Sean Keveren (48:23) won $800; top local runner from Arlington, VA, Ryan Mahalsky (48:26) won $600; Tim Young (48:29) won $400; Tyler McCandless (48:32) won $300; Eric Fernandez (48:40) won $200; and Nicholas Kipruto (49:16) won $200.
As close as the men’s race was, the women’s top-ten saw big gaps separate all but the fourth and fifth place runners. Gebrekidan threw down the gauntlet at seven miles, and ran away from the field to win $8,000. Last year’s second place finisher, Ethiopian Buze Diriba, placed second again in a time of 53:52 to win $4,000. Rounding out the women’s top-ten were: Kenyan Gladys Kipsoi (54:36) who won $2,000; the 2014 winner from Ethiopia, Mamitu Daska (54:45), who won $1,500; Karolina Nadolska, from Poland, who closely followed Daska in 54:48 to win $1,000; Ethiopian Firehiwot Dado Tufa, who won $900 for her 55:16 effort; first American Tara Welling (55:34), who took home a total of $5,800 ($800 for seventh place, $5,000 in developmental funds); Nancy Nzisa, from Kenya (55:57), who won $700; second American woman Hannah Davidson (55:59), who won $3,100 total ($600 and $2,500); and 10th overall and third American Susanna Sullivan (56:12), who won $2,000 ($500 and $1,500). American developmental prize money was also paid to: Katie Kellner (57:27), in the amount of $1,000; Mary Dell (57:35), who won $800; Ashley Brasovan (57:41), who won $600; Nicolette Mateescu (58:02), who won $400; Katheryne Potter, who also ran 58:02 ($300); top local runner Julia Roman-Duval, from Columbia, MD, who won $200; and another local runner from Washington, DC, Kerry Allen (58:49), who took home $200. Other notable finishers included 59-year-old Olympic Gold Medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson, who won the 55-59 year-old age group in a time of 1:03:55, a new age group record; the women’s winner of the first Cherry Blossom Run in 1973, Kathrine Switzer, who also won her age group (7074) in a time of 1:30:31; 40-year-old 2004 Olympian Carrie Tollefson, yet another age group winner (40-44) in a time of 1:04:48; four-time winner, 70year-old Bill Rodgers, who placed second in the 70-74 age group in 1:19:15; and 67-year-old Ben Beach, who has now finished every Cherry Blossom Run - 45 in all - this time running 1:34:18. In addition to the Credit Union Cherry Blossom Ten Mile, there was a 5K Run-Walk held today. Winners were 29-year-old Iber Gonzalez Vidals, from New York City (17:58), and 33-year-old Lisa Gallagher, from Washington, DC (21:15). Complete, searchable results for both the 10-mile and 5K events are available at www.CherryBlossom.org. Over 27,000 runners submitted applications to participate in the 2017 Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 Mile and 5K Run-Walk, and the list of accepted runners represents all 50 states and 14 foreign countries. The event is limited to 16,000 finishers by the National Park Service. The 2017 event marked the 16th year of title sponsorship by Credit Union Miracle Day. Since 2002, over $8 million has been raised for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
WEST VIRGINIA Martinsville Bulletin Half Marathon/5K Martinsville, WV – 3/25 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Andrew Parkins 1:19:50, Gregg Dean 1:24:34, Alfredo Garcia 1:25:33. 14-under – Jonah Miller 1:56:39. 15-19 – Joseph Castro 1:42:32, Zach Hale 1:47:58, Nicholas Alley 1:57:02. 25-29 – Anthony Morton 1:56:01, Jose Ramos 2:11:45, Spencer Boone 2:12:23 30-34 – Josh Follweiler 1:31:46, Jeffrey Jackson 1:35:36, Bobby Atkinson 1:40:31 35-39 – Adam Burke 1:25:49, Josh Whitlock 1:36:41, Nathan Langer 1:39:29. 40-44 – Victor Hairston 1:31:05, Patrick Gale 1:45:35, Brian Hurd 1:53:51. 45-49 – Gilberto Aros 1:29:46, Michael Alley 1:38:07, Melvin Venable 1:42:56. 50-54 – James Williams 1:37:49, Robert Young 2:01:19, Michael Ehrat 2:01:46. 55-59 – Paul Beers 1:32:35, Gary Voss 2:00:06, George Gaines 2:03:27. 60-64 – Roger Koehler 1:44:18, Johnny Pinkard 1:56:46, Craig Miller 2:00:26. 65-69 – Joel Tull 2:06:45, Noel Boaz 2:55:06. 70-over – John Dyches 2:12:17. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Emma Kozlowski 1:28:58, Frances Lash 1:36:32, Lindsey Jones 1:42:17. 15-19 – Kaitlyn Lineberry 2:30:59. 20-24 – Rebekah Richey 2:53:59. 2529 – Alison Ragsdale 2:29:06, Stacey Clifton 2:47:51, Katherine Walker 2:59:25. 30-34 – Mary Atkinson 1:54:13, Elizabeth Harris 1:55:07, Melissa Maxim 2:11:36. 35-39 – Julie Moore 1:48:36, April Eason 1:57:03, Elizabeth Nalls 2:23:32. 40-44 – Cynthia Ketron 1:56:06, Senecca Kirkhart 2:01:29, Julie Hall 2:01:29. 45-49 – Christie Strupe 2:03:45, Wyly Obrien 2:13:57, Tina Oakes 2:23:32. 50-54 – Laurie Taylor 2:48:58. 55-59 – Susan Thacker 2:05:38, Kathy Lineberry 2:49:48. 60-64 – Gloria Stephens 2:55:06. 65-69 – Catherine Kemper 2:25:23. 70-over – Barbara Ashby 2:54:34. Male, 5K: Overall – Sidney Allen 16:52, Adin Hart 18:45, Steven Strachan 19:58. 14-under – Jacob Gonzales 23:55, Greyson Crouch 24:41, Zach Nylander 25:07. 15-19 – Brenden Shrader 21:06, Solomon Park 21:45, Owen White 21:48. 20-24 – Joshua Amos 24:27, William Watlington 27:33, Bryan Cassell 28:05. 25-29 – Louis Natar 24:24, Cameron Gunn 37:16. 30-34 – Matthew Rowe 21:42, Nicholas Hull 23:30, Joseph Harris 27:27. 35-39 – Tony Hylton 20:58, Kenneth Clifton 28:05, Wesley Coleman 29:11. 40-44 – A.J. Maheu 23:05, Travis Worrell 23:28, Jose Castro 26:43. 45-49 – Phillip Garrett 26:26, Brooks Morgan 28:45, Anthony Dalton 29:28. 50-54 – George Lyle 27:20, RJ Scott 29:54, Raymond Hankins 34:11. 55-59 – Keith Ritchie 29:26, Bobby Cannon 41:45. 60-64 – Champ Hardie 28:12, Leon Towarnicki 30:38, Jackie Poe 31:21. 70-over – Joseph Philpott 24:21, Ed Lynch 25:15, John Lunsford 30:01. Female, 5K: Overall – Angela Oh Park 22:23, Nancy Turner 24:41, Kaitlyn Denny 25:07. 14-under – Maxine Garrett 28:35, Payton Foley 31:35, Sandra Clement 32:19. 15-19 – Blair Oakley 25:42, Ashlan Gordon 32:01, Sarah Denton 38:05. 20-24 – Josephine Castro 29:19. 25-29 – Bridgette Kilpatrick 28:19, Robin Hurd 30:32, Jacqueline Portillo 32:02. 30-34 – Julie Brown 30:27, Stacey Shepherd 32:19, Stephanie Wray 36:26. 35-39 – Adina Bowe 27:54, Kelly Pardue 28:32, Michelle Lyons 29:14. 40-44 – Melanie Stowe 28:59, Deitra Cassell 30:30, Wendy Brooks 34:35. 45-49 – Dawn Toole 28:17, Robin Haymore 28:30, Lynn Cox 28:49. 50-54 – Sarah Mullins 32:53, Della Carter 41:08. 55-59 – Robin Jarrett 32:53, Rhonda Edwards 39:34, Patricia Jordan 45:04. 60-64 – Diane Poeske 41:10. 65-69 – Norma Reed 57:11. 70-over – Fran Gale 51:53.
Stanley Kubenei won Cherry Blossom 10 miler in Washington, DC.
Running Journal • May, 2017
“We Run The South” Running Journal Race Calendar Race Directors: Submit your information anytime on our website - www.running.net or see form on page 22. Runners: Please verify information before traveling to a race. Abbreviations: RD = race day, RW = racewalk, FR = fun run, P/M = postmarked, W/C = wheelchair.
ALABAMA May 6, Abbeville - Abbeville United Methodist Church “Race To Be Fed” 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Tina Weber (334)4419476, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Decatur - Steeple Chase 8K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Dothan - Dothan Fire Department’s Fit-2-Fight 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: (334)615-4510, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Enterprise - Boll Weevil 100 Bicycle Rides & 10K Run; Bike: 7 mi., 25 mi., 100K & 100 mi., 7:30am; 10K Run & 3K FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: (334)406-1016, email@example.com. May 6, Fort Payne - Hustle For Heroes 5K, 8am. Info: Robin Cochran (256)996-0769, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Fyffe - Send Me 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Debra Pitts (256)996-5872, email@example.com. May 6, Mobile - Lions Club Tunnel Vision 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Montgomery - Combat Cancer Jubilee Run 8K, 7:30am; 2 Mile Run, 8:45am; 1 Mile Honor/Memory Walk, 9:30am. Info: (334)558-6587, email@example.com. May 6, Rainsville - Disney Dash 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Tara Kirby (256)657-6994, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Theodore - Animal Rescue Run 5K & Wiggle Waggle FR, 8am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. May 6, Valley - Albert Thornton Memorial Run for Valley Haven School, 5K, 8:25am; 1 Mile, 8:30am; 10.5K 9:15am. Info: Valley Haven School (334)756-2868, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Dothan - Revive 5K Color Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com, Register at: www.ccidothan.org/ revive-2017. May 13, Homewood - Motherwalk/Run 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Huntsville - The David McKannan Memorial 5K Run, 7am; Kids 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Daniel Carter (256)469-3122, email@example.com. May 13, Mobile - Do It In The Bush 5K, 7:30am. Info: Port City Pacers (251)473-7223. May 13, Montgomery - Agape’s Run for a Mom 5K & 1 Mile FR, 7am. Info: Amanda Gunn (334)272-9466, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Scottsboro - Inspire Life 5K, 8am. Info: Jerry Pierce (256)244-0206, email@example.com. May 20, Dothan - Paint the Town Periwinkle 5K Color Run, 8am. Info: Brittany Munn (334)470-1278. May 20, Fort Rucker - Survivors and Fallen Heroes 5K, 8am; Fun Run to follow. Info: (334)255-2296 or (334)255-1749. May 20, Mobile - 5K Memorial Run for Alabama’s Fallen Heroes, 7am. Info: (205)672-2887, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Pelham - XTERRA Oak Mountain Trail Run, 5K/10K/ 20K; 9am. Info: Emily Mcllvaine (877)751-8880, email@example.com. May 27, Level Plains - Level Plains Volunteer Fire and Reserve Police 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Pelham - Memorial Day Trail Race, 6 & 12 Mile; 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 28, Orange Beach - Paradise Island 5K Run & Competitive Walk, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 29, Huntsville - Mercedes-Benz Cotton Row Run, 10K 7am; 9am 5K; 1 Mile FR 10am; Running Journal Grand Prix Event; $20/10K & 5K, $10/1 mi. 4/1-31. Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063 (before 7pm), suzanne@fleetfeet huntsville.com, www.cottonrowrun.com. See Ad page 24. June 3, Decatur - Mountain Mania 15K & 5K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Dothan - Brian Dowling Memorial 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: Larry Dykes (334)792-6021. June 3, Fort Payne - Movin for Mainstreet 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Marcie Davis (256)997-7481, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Huntsville - Eurocross 5K & 8K Races, 8am. Info: Sean Allen (256)474-5263, email@example.com. June 3, Mobile - Just For The Mud Of It 5K, 7:30am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Huntsville - Alabama A&M 5K Cross Country Race, 7:30am. Info: James Falcon (256)656-7199, email@example.com. June 10, Jasper - Tallulah Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am; 1 Mile, 7:20am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Priceville - PCRA 5K & 1 Mile, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Florala - Alligator Trot 5K, 8am. Info: Karen Johnson (850)951-5385, firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, Rainsville - Rainsville Freedom Fest 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Jerry Clifton (256)717-5650, email@example.com. June 24, Decatur - Rotary Club Spirit of America 5 Miler, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Orange Beach - Shark Run - 4 Mile Road Race, 4.5 Mile Adventure Race, 1 Mile Adventure Race; 7am. Info: email@example.com. July 15, Birmingham - Hotter ‘N Hell Trail Race, 18 Mile & 9 Mile; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Huntsville - HTC Twilight 5K Run, 7pm. Info: David & Ashley Cain (256)651-0546, email@example.com. July 22, Dothan - Tasty Tiger Trot 5K Road Race, 8am. Info: Mike or Carolyn Houston (334)797-3668 or (334)797-5641.
Dec. 9, Huntsville - Rocket City Marathon, 7am; $60 (price increase 5/31). Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runrocketcity.com
ARKANSAS May 5, Little Rock - MacArthur Park 5K, 7pm. Info: (501)3750121, email@example.com. May 5, Little Rock - Christ the King Rexfest 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (501)351-4555, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 5, Paragould - Pioneer Trail Run, 2 Mile; 6pm. Info: Pamela Cox (870)236-6901, email@example.com. May 6, Arkadelphia - Crawfish Crawl 5K/10K, 8:30am. Info: (870)464-7415, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Bentonville - HRF Battle For Hope 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 7:30am. Info: (479)361-5847, anna.rohweder@ hopecancerresources.org. May 6, Fort Smith - Lei Lei’s 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)4148892, email@example.com. May 6, Fayetteville - Saint Joseph’s Catholic School 5K & 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (479)806-3381, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Fayetteville - Moving Together 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: (479)225-5440, email@example.com. May 6, Harrisburg - May Shower Trail 5K, 9am. Info: Seth Boone (870)578-2064, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Hope - Hope Train Day 5K, 8am. Info: (870)777-1917, email@example.com. May 6, Little Rock - Christ the King Rexfest 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (501)351-4555, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Little Rock - Walk For the Waiting 5K & 1 Mile, 7:45am. Info: (501)951-0686, email@example.com. May 6, Little Rock - KidSource Kids 5K, 8am. Info: (501)2315418, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Little Rock - A Celebration of Life 5K, 9am. Info: (501)681-9013, email@example.com. May 6, Mena - Foundation Frenzy Color 5K, 8am. Info: (479)2432378, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Mountain Home - Nurses Week Color 5K, 8am. Info: (870)508-1765, email@example.com. May 6, Mountain Home - Move With the Baxter Beat 5K & 1 Mile, 7:30am. Info: (870)424-5234, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Nashville - Peach Festival 5K, 1 Mile; 8am. Info: (870)557-0747, email@example.com. May 6, Paragould - Inner Strength Fitness 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9:30am. Info: Kristen/Frankie (870)476-1941, (870)586-8225, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Pine Bluff - A-State Steelers Youth Football 5K, 9am. Info: (870)883-0901, email@example.com. May 6, Stuttgart - Rice Run 5K, 9am. Info: (870)830-6300, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Russellville - Light the Night Glow 5K, 8pm. Info: (479)880-1195, email@example.com. May 13, Blytheville - Run For Their Lives 5K, 8am. Info: (870)623-8819, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Conway - Women Can Run/Walk 5K, 8am. Info: (501)908-5096, email@example.com. May 13, Dardanelle - Yell Fest 4 Mile, 8am. Info: (479)229-3328, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Harrisburg - Festival On The Ridge 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Rachel Morgan (870)930-0687, email@example.com. May 13, Little Rock - Peace Love Goodwill Half Marathon, 7am; 10K, 7:30am; 5K 8am. Info: Maricel Johns (501)372-5100, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Little Rock - Butterfly Swamp 5K, 9am. Info: (501)7661315, email@example.com. May 13, Little Rock - Race to Remember 5K, 4pm. Info: (501)529-8505, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Rogers - Hydration Celebration, 5K, 1/2 & 1 Mile Youth Run, 50yd. Toddler Trot; 7am. Info: Becky (479)986-9960, email@example.com. May 19, Hot Springs - Five Beer Five K, 6pm. Info: (501)4637190, firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.running.net May 20, Benton - Whatever 5K, 9am. Info: (501)317-0601, email@example.com. May 20, Blytheville - Ironworx Fitness Warrior, 3 Miles; Mud Run 9am; Single Run 10am. Info: David King (870)762-2433, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Hot Springs - 22nd Annual Norma Lampert Memorial Lupus Springers 5K Race & Walk to End Lupus, 8am (Mid-America Park); $25 by 5/18, after 5/18 $30. Info: Jamesetta Smith, 220 Mockingbird, Hot Springs, AR 71913; (501)525-9380, email@example.com, www.lupus-arkansas.com. May 20, Jonesboro - Hytrol Industrial Park 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Lake City - Spring Fest 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Magnolia - Magnolia Blossom Festival 5K, 7:30am. Info: (870)949-9035, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Morrilton - Go Gray in May 5K, 8am. Info: (501)9776535, email@example.com. May 20, Norfork - Two Lakes Civitan Club Running for a Reason 5K, 7:30am. Info: Justin Woods (870)656-9973, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, North Little Rock - Race Against the Odds 5K, 8:30am. Info: (501)442-1564, email@example.com. May 20, Osceola - SMC United Way 5K, 8am. Info Bishop Greg Brown (870)815-0178, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Pangburn - Daisy Dash 5K, 8am. Info: (501)207-1840, email@example.com. May 20, Prairie Grove - Speedy Skunk 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 7:30am. Info: (479)846-4181, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Springdale - Walk for Wishes 1 Mile, 9am. Info: (501)376-9474, email@example.com. May 27, Russellville - River Valley Superhero 5K, 8am. Info: (479)243-6427, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Gassville - Gassville in the Park Festival, 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Havana - Mt. Magazine 15K, 8am. Info: Tom Aspel (479)857-4527, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Little Rock - Take a Run at Hunger 5K, 8am. Info: (501)626-9388, email@example.com. June 3, Paragould - Black River Technical College 5K, 8am. Info: (870)239-0969, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Wynne - Mucka Mania 10K Race, 5K Run/Walk; 8:03am. Info: Ethan Cook (870)208-6523, email@example.com. June 9, Hot Springs Village - Tri the Village 5K Run, 7:30pm. Info: (870)246-6686, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Benton - Arkansas Runner 2 Mile, 7:30am. Info: (501)246-0716, email@example.com. June 10, Fort Smith - Honor and Duty 5K, 7:30am. Info: Kim Wohlford (479)461-2060, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.thenextstepfs.org. June 10, Fort Smith - 5K Foster Kid Run, 9am. Info: (479)6462819, email@example.com. June 10, Jacksonport - Run Lizard Creek at Portfest 5K, 9am. Info: (870)523-1009, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Little Rock - ARVets PTSD 5K, 7am. Info: (501)2465341, email@example.com. June 10, Russellville - For the Love of Music, RUN! ACME 5K/ 10K Walk/Run, 8am. Info: Katie Rose (479)747-3313, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Warren - Bradley County Pink Tomato 5K, 7:30am. Info: (870)226-5225, email@example.com. June 16, Bentonville - Memorial Park Glow 2 Mile, 8:45am. Info: (479)601-7493, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Fayetteville - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Springdale - Western Days 5K, 8am. Info: (870)2232980, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Perryville - Full mOOn 50K, 7pm; 25K, 8pm. Info: Susy Chandler (501)837-3104, email@example.com.
FLORIDA May 4, Jacksonville - Montoya & Associates Corporate Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 4, Mount Dora - Twilight 5K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. May 5, Wachula - SendMeMissions 5K, 7pm. Info: Jamie Samuels (863)245-1587, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Clermont - New Beginnings Dragonboat 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: (352)404-6946, email@example.com. May 6, Delray Beach - Firefighter Eric Patrie 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Fernandina Beach - Shrimp Festival 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. May 6, Jacksonville - The Players Donna 5K, 8am. Info: (904)355-PINK (7465). May 6, Jacksonville - The Southern Oak One Mile Championship, 5pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Key West - Tutu 10K Relay, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Melbourne - Get Active Brevard 5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: Running Zone (321)751-8889, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Merritt Island - AIDS Orphan Mud Run, 5K & 2 Mile; 8am2pm. Info: Shannon Bobb (321)453-0350, email@example.com. May 6, Mims - Blueberry 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Children’s Center (321)264-0855, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Orlando - Lung Force 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Keishan Moore (407)425-5864, email@example.com. May 6, Orange Park - Clay County Young Life “Hula Hustle” 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Palm Coast - Arbor Day 5K Root Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Carol Mini (386)986-3722, email@example.com. May 6, Pompano Airpark - Run for the Angels 5K, 7:30am. Info: Lisa Holland (772)631-6611, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 6, Sarasota - McIntosh Middle & Brentwood Elementary McInwood 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 7:45am. Info: jennifer.greenan@ sarasotacountyschools.net. May 6, Sarasota - New Balance FREE 5K Fun Runs, 7am. Info: Tonya Getzen Gowan (941)921-3696, events@ newbalancesarasota.com. May 6, St. Petersburg - UnitedHealthcare Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: Laura Moore (314)359-9392, email@example.com, www.girlsontheruntampabay.org. May 6, Tallahassee - Tails & Trails Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Vero Beach - Maya Matter’s: Help Kid’s Kick Cancer Superhero 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 7, Lithia - The XTERRA Claw 5 Mile & 10 Mile Trail Run, 10 mi. 8am; 5 mi. 8:15am. Info: (813)232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Naples - Tropicool 5K Run, 7:30am. Info: (239)404-7007, email@example.com. May 7, Sunrise - Wings For Life World Run, Walk or Wheel, 7am. Info: Running Wild (954)565-9400. May 7, Viera - Eat My Crust 5K, 7am. Info: Brittany Streufert (321)412-1830, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Saint Johns - Running of the Knights 5K, 7pm; 1 Mile, 6:15pm. Info: Gordon Goodyear (904)509-9249, email@example.com. May 13, Clermont - Bra Run 5K, 8am. Info: Sommer Sports (352)394-1320, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 13, Englewood - Englewood YMCA 5K, 8am; $25 by 3/20, $30 3/20-4/28, $35 4/29-Day of Race; $15/Youth (Under 13). Info: Michael Schyck (941)475-1234 (x226), email@example.com, www.swflymca.org/ programs/races-events/, Register online: http://www.active.com/englewood-fl/running/ distance-running-races/englewood-ymca-5k2017?int= May 13, Eustis - FL.ROC Trails: Full Moon 10 Miler, 8:15pm. Info: Joe Matuszczak (352)215-3134, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Fernandina Beach - Jogging for Frogmen 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. May 13, Jacksonville - SM Foundation 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Children’s 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Key West - Cops n Kids P.A.L. 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Beth Moyes (305)747-8563, email@example.com. May 13, Melbourne - Run for the Gecko 5K, 7am. Info: (321)7518890, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Orlando - Flavor Run Orlando - 5K & 2.5K Premier Family Event, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Palm City - HOMS Run For The Sharks - 5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Panama City - Copper Collar 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Sebastian - Survival Rush 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Tallahassee - Marzuq Shriners Mother’s Day 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Chad Holliday (850)778-7228, email@example.com. May 13, Tallahassee - Run for Ansley 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Sean Rayborn (850)508-2991, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Clermont - Girlz On Fire Women’s Triathlon & 5K, 7:30am; Sprint Tri: S-.5 mi., B-16 mi., R-5K; Super Fun Sprint Tri: S440 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi. Info: Sommer Sports (352)394-1320, email@example.com. May 14, Miami - Go Run 5K Run/Walk & Kids Dash, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, North Port - Holly Morgan Fisher Memorial 5K XC Trail Run, 7:08am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Blountstown - Catfish Crawl 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Gulf Breeze - St. Ann 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (850)9322859, email@example.com. May 20, Jacksonville - Dreams Come True 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 9am. Info: Janine Huss (904)460-8239, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Marianna - Salute the Wounded 5K & Fun Run, 7:30am. Info: Kristen Gregg (317)509-5580, email@example.com. May 20, Naples - Scout Strong 5K Fun Run & Walk, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, New Smyrna Beach - Turtle Take Off 5K Beach Run, 9am. Info: Swayne Parsons (386)944-7718 (o), (386)882-7422 (c), email@example.com. May 20, North Port - Publix Family Fun Day 10K/5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Ormond Beach - Providence Church 5K HUM Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Sarasota - SUP & RUN 5K, 5K Run, a 5K SUP or 5K SUP & RUN; 8am. Info: (941)600-7135; firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Satellite Beach - Rescue Warrior 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Tallahassee - Run 2-1-1 Big Bend 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Stacy Robinson (850)765-4047, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Tallahassee - BBFAA 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: (850)228-7721, email@example.com. May 20, Wakulla Springs - Run for Wakulla Springs 5K Sanctuary Trail Run & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: Ron Christen (850)567-0490; Dot Skofronick (850)222-8544. May 20, West Palm Beach - Stacey Konwiser Memorial Save The Tiger 5K, 7:30am. Info: Events Dept. (561)533-0887, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Fort Walton Beach - Gate-to-Gate 4.4 Mile & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Eglin Fitness Center (850)882-6223, 883-1682. May 28, Tallahassee - Africa Day 5K & 1 Mile FR, 5pm. Info: Dan Oronje (850)597-0311, email@example.com. May 29, Orange Park - Memorial Day 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; FR contact: email@example.com. May 29, Ponte Vedra Beach - Paws for Yets 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.running.net June 3, Ft. Lauderdale - Heroes In Recovery 6K - South Florida, 7:30am; $30 through 4/30, $35 through 6/2, $40 on Race Day; Wag & Run - Get bandana for canine participant: $5 (through 5pm, 6/1); Virtual Runner $25 (through 5pm, 6/1). Info: Stephanie Spann - Heroes6k@frnmail.com, https://goo.gl/J9TBgc June 3, Fort Walton Beach - Billy Bowlegs 5K Run/Walk, 9pm. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Ocala - Running of the Donuts 5K & Challenge, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Orange Park - Survivors Celebration Butterfly 5K Fun Run & Walk, 5K & 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: (904)385-7106, email@example.com. June 3, Sarasota - New Balance FREE 5K Fun Runs, 7am. Info: Tonya Getzen Gowan (941)921-3696, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 9, Tampa - Picnic Island Adventure Run, 3.6 Mile; 6:45pm. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. June 10, The Jacksonville Landing - Run For The Pies, Nike Championship 5K 7pm; Open 5K 7:30pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Melbourne - Bottoms Up Beer Run 4K, 6pm. Info: Anne Gregg (321)622-5939, email@example.com. June 17, Marineland - Gratitude America 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Tallahassee - St. Peter’s Anglican Church 10K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Mark Priddy (850)508-1961, email@example.com. June 24, Chipley - Hot Trot 5K & Fun Run, 7:30am. Info: Stan Owens (850)547-2244. June 24, Indian Harbour Beach - Shark In The Park 5K, 7:30am. Info: Kristin Cusimano (321)773-0552, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Ponte Vedra Beach - Big Bang 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. June 25, New Smyrna Beach - Sundae 5K Beach Run, 8am. Info: Swayne Parsons (386)944-7718 (o), (386)882-7422 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Pensacola - Ronald McDonald House Firecracker 5K, 7:30am. Info: Laura Stimmell (850)477-2273, email@example.com. July 1, Sarasota - New Balance FREE 5K Fun Runs, 7am. Info: Tonya Getzen Gowan (941)921-3696, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Jay - Celebrate Freedom 5K, 8am. Info: (850)217-2603 or (850)216-7676. July 4, Melbourne - Firecracker 5K, 7am. Info: Running Zone (321)751-8889, email@example.com. July 4, Ocala - Iggys “Four on the Fourth” Freedom Run, 4 Mile; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Winter Park - Watermelon 5K, 7am; Free Kids’ Run, 8:15am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, email@example.com. July 8, Brooksville - Moon Over Croom Trail Runs, 21 Mile, 6pm; 14 Mile, 7pm; 7 Mile, 8pm. Info: (813)232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Ormond Beach - Cops & Joggers Foot Pursuit Beach 5K, 8am. Info: Swayne Parsons (386)944-7718 (o), (386)882-7422 (c), email@example.com. July 22, Fort Hamer - Fort Hamer Bridge 5K/10K Run, 7:30am. Info: Stacey McKee, Parrish YMCA (941)798-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 22, Key West - 15th Anniversary Hemingway 5K Sunset Run/Walk, 7:30pm; Paddle Board Race, 6pm; $45/5K Run/Walk, $50 on Race Day. Info: Barbara Wright (305)240-0727, info@keywesthalfmarathon. com, Register online at www.active.com (Save 10% With Code: RJ2017 on Active). or www.keywestspecialevents.com Nov. 26, Cocoa - Space Coast Marathon & Marathon Relay, 6:30am/Marathon, 7:15am/ Relay; $105/Marathon, $95/Relay 4/1-9/30; $110/Marathon, $105/Relay 10/1-11/25. Info: Running Zone Foundation, 430 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa, FL 32922; Christa Mudd (321)751-8890, email@example.com, www.spacecoastmarathon.com
GEORGIA May 4, Dunwoody - May the 4th Miler Be With You, 4 Mile 6:30pm. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 5, Cartersville - Duck Dash 5K, 7pm; Children’s FR, 7:45pm. Info: email@example.com. May 5, Cumming - Diaper Dash 5K Forsyth, 7pm. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Athens - The Catholic Center at UGA 5K Human Race, 5K Run/Walk 8:30am. Info: (706)543-2293. May 6, Acworth - Dreamcatcher Trail Race 4 Mile & 7 Mile, 8am. Info: (770)528-8825, email@example.com. May 6, Atlanta - Run With The Wolves 5K, 8:15am; 1 Mile, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Atlanta - Books for Africa 5K, 9am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, email@example.com.
Running Journal • May, 2017 May 6, Canton - Three-Toed Trot 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Carrollton - Sportsplex MayFest 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile Willy’s Walk, 9:30am. Info: (770)832-1491, email@example.com. May 6, Cartersville - Bartow History Museum Historic 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: Trey Gaines (770)382-3818 (x3818), firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, College Park - TriCities 10K Run & 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Columbus - Run For The Roses, 7:30am - 10 furlongs 1.25 mi.; 8:15am - 11 furlongs - 1.375 mi.; 9am - 12 furlongs - 1.50 mi. Info: Reggie Luther (706)322-2786, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Cumming - Wildlife 5K Dash, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. May 6, Cumming - Boogie Nights 5K, 8:30pm. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Dacula - Harbins Park Half Marathon & 3.5 Mile Trail Run, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Decatur - Family & Life 5K Run, Walk & Tot Trot; 8am. Info: Bethany Tompkins (770)723-0791, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Ellijay - Run for the Son, Fun Run 8am; Tot Trot 8:15am; 5K 8:30am. Info: CLC (706)635-7100, email@example.com. May 6, Hartwell - Lake Hartwell Dam Run, 5K Run/Walk & 10K Run, 8:30am. Info: Hart Co. Chamber of Commerce (706)3768590, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Jasper - Driving Great Futures 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: (706)253-2582, email@example.com. May 6, Kennesaw - 80’s Rad Retro Run 5K, 9am. Info: Toni McAlister (678)400-9050, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Lawrenceville - Bear Tearin’ Up The Trail 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Locust Grove - Run for the Bun 5K, 8:30am. Info: Sonja Hegwood (770)957-8288, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Macon - All About Animals Rescue Run, 10.2K, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 8am. Info: Carol Galonczyk (478)405-7133, email@example.com. May 6, Marietta - Revenge of the Sixth K, 6K 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Marietta - Sickle Cell 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Newnan - RACE for the Orphans, Tot Trot (1/4 mi.), 8:15am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am; 5K, 9am. Info: Kelly Preston (770)3108222, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Norcross - Quarry Crusher Run, 3.7 & 7.4 Miles; 8am; $40/Single, $50/Double. Info: Eggplant Events, POB 692, Blythewood, SC 29016; (803)665-6140, email@example.com, www.quarrycrusherrun.com. May 6, Powder Springs - Run for Food 5K, 9am. Info: Stephanie Aylworth (770)946-1666 (ext. 345), firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Roswell - Hembree Runs Wild, 5K 8am; 1K 10:15am. Info: Laura Calvert (770)667-2902, email@example.com. May 6, Savannah - CrimeStoppers Race Against Crime 15K, 10K & 5K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Swainsboro - The Knotty Pine 5K & FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Union City - Hustle for Hope 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am/ Heroes of Hope Race; 8:40am/5K Run; 8:45am/5K Walk & Senior Stroll; 9:30am/Tot Trot (5-under). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Warner Robins - No Excuse for Child Abuse 10.1K Run, 7:30am; 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: (478)923-5923. May 6, Watkinsville - Oconee Presbyterian Church 5K, 7pm; 1 Mile FR, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Winder - Run With The Pac(5)K, 8am. Info: Christy Stockel (770)867-8181, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 7, Atlanta - Cox Media Group Path Chastain 5K/10K Run, 8am; $25/5K, $35/10K until 4/25; after 4/25 $30/5K, $40/10K (deadline 5/3). Info: Jim Rainey, 4180 Liberty Trace, Marietta, GA 30066; (770)926-2367, email@example.com, http:// gamultisports.com/pathchastainrun/ May 7, Dunwoody - Harris Jacobs Dream 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Community Walk. Info: (678)812-3981, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Winder - Dale Sanders Apalachee Wildcat 5K Run, 7pm; 1 Mile FR, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Atlanta - Midtown Race for MAC, 5K Run/Walk; 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Atlanta - ATC Peachtree Junior, 3K (7-14 yr.); 1/2K (59 yr.); 50m Dash (6-under); 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Augusta - Sista Strut 3K, 10am. Info: Cher Best (706)396-6000 (ext. 108), firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Ball Ground - Ball Ground Summerfest 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 9am; Tot Trot, 9:15am. Info: Jennifer Anglin (770)894-2926, email@example.com. May 13, Buford - Super Mom 5K/10K, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Cairo - Jackie Robinson Boys & Girls Club 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Canton - Cherokee Superhero 5K, 8:30am; Fun Run, 8am. Info: (770)704-5991. May 13, Cumming - Giddy Up 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Saddle Buddies (770)781-4899. May 13, Douglasville - Blake Gammill 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; 10.5K, 8:15am; 1 Mile Run/Walk, 8:20am. Info: Deputy Lewis Fredenburg - firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Dunwoody - Loco Glo 5K & 1K, 7:30pm. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. May 13, Madison - Madison in May 5K, 7:30am; 10.2K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8:35am. Info: (706)342-1965, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Rockmart - Rock & Comet 12K & 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com.
May 13, Winder - Red & Black Dogg Dash, 5K Color Run 9am; Kids FR 8:30am. Info: Valerie Raczynski firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Athens - Terrapin Ales for Trails 5K, 12Noon. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Atlanta - Brookhaven Bolt 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Atlanta - Kettle Krush 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Clayton - Runway Runaway 5K, 6pm. Info: Michelle Black (706)982-2315. May 20, Covington - Covington Fireman’s Memorial Trust “Fire House” 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: Tony Smith (770)3852155, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Ellijay - Three Rivers 5K, 8:30am; Fun Run, 8am. Info: (706)276-2582, email@example.com. May 20, Knoxville - GA. JugFest 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile FR, 7:40am. Info: Larry Carpenter (309)673-6459, LaCarlnco@gmail.com. May 20, Mount Zion - Mount Zion Run for Fun, 5K 8:30am; 1 Mile 9:30am. Info: April Fordham (770)832-1622 (x1), firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Stone Mountain - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Winterville - Marigold 10K Race, 7:30am. Info: John Kissane (706)254-5474, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Jasper - Baby Steps 5K, 3pm. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. May 26, Johns Creek - Run Your Happy Tails Off 5K & 1K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Atlanta - Salute to Our Troops 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Larry Manuel (478)444-9781, email@example.com. May 27, Holly Springs - Holly Springs Memorial Day 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 9am. Info: Erin Honea (770)345-5536, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Kennesaw - Kennesaw Memorial Day 5K Dash, 8am. Info: Melvina Hurd (770)218-1467, email@example.com. May 27, Marietta - American Legion Post 29 Veterans Memorial 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; 1K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Tot Trot (5-under), 8:45am. Info: Gary Jenkins (678)214-5294, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tom Bell (770)331-5580, americanlegion5k.org. May 27, Milledgeville - Lt. Col(Ret) Melvin T. Ingram Memorial 5K Family Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Barbara Ingram Stone (360)9091739, email@example.com; David Hopkins (478)363-2783, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Monroe - Run for Kids 5K, 8am. Info: David Dickinson (706)601-9809, email@example.com. May 29, Bainbridge - Memorial Day 5K Night Race, 7pm. Info: Shelly Graham (229)400-5273, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Cordele - Cordele Kiwanis Memorial Day Running Celebration, 8K 7:15am; 5K 8:35am; 4K 9:15am; 3K 9:53am; 2K 10:23am. Info: Benny Wade (229)273-2981, email@example.com. May 29, Cumming - Memorial Day Run/Walk For Autism, 5K & 10K 8am; Fun Run 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Cumming - Georgia Peach Jam Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 29, Johns Creek - Healing Our Heroes 5K & 1K, 8:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Marietta - Memorial Day 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. June 3, Alma - Georgia Blueberry Festival 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk to follow. Info: Karen McCarty (912)632-8961 (ext. 1083), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Americus - Home Run, 1 Mile FR 7:45am; 5K 8am. Info: Rebecca (229)938-3916, email@example.com.
June 3, Atlanta (Piedmont Park) Strong4Life Superhero Sprint, 5K 9am; 1 Mile FR; $25/5K by 6/1, $30 on Race Day. Info: Lydia George, 1577 Northeast Expressway, Atlanta, GA 30329; (404)7857315, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.choa.org/superhero June 3, Atlanta - Virginia-Highland Summerfest 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Tot Trot, 9:15am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, email@example.com. June 3, Conyers - Savage Run, 5K Run/Walk 8am; 1 Mile FR 8:15am. Info: Claire Henry (404)367-1422, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://runsignup.com/savagerun5k. June 3, Eatonton - Torture Trail Road Race, 10K 8am. Info: Race Committee (706)485-9941, email@example.com. June 3, Gainesville - Mutt Strut 5K, 8:45am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Jackson - XTERRA Georgia “Deep South” 15K or 5K Trail Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Roswell - River Run for Hope 5K/10K, 10K 7am; 5K 7:15am; 1 Mile 7:20am. Info: Mary Tollett (678)984-3047, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Stockbridge - Panola Mountain State Park 5K/10K, 8am; Kids FR, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Toccoa - D-Day Run/Walk 10K, 8am. Info: (706)2825055. June 4, Kennesaw - Turbo Dash 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Atlanta - Ryan’s Run 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Atlanta - Divine Nine 5K Fun Walk/Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Columbus - Woodruff Park 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Decatur - A Dancer’s Heart 5K Run/Walk/Dance, 5K Run/Walk 8am; Kiddie FR, 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 10, Dunwoody - Family Fun 5K, 8am; 1K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. June 10, Jefferson - Peace Place Dash Against Domestic Violence 5K, 9am. Info: (770)307-3633, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Atlanta - Hotlanta Half Marathon, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Canton - Flippin’ 5K Run, 8:15am; Fun Run, 7:45am. Info: Mayra Vargas (770)345-0888, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Canton - A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ultra, 3, 6, 12 & 24 Hour Race; 9pm. Info: Toni McAlister (678)400-9050, email@example.com. June 17, Cordele - Watermelon Race, 5K Run 7am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk & Dog Walk, 7:15am. Info: Victoria Payne (229)271-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Cumming - Dirty Spokes “Haw Creek Park” 6.45 mi. & 3.35 Mile Trail Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Dunwoody - Miles to Margaritas 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Gainesville - Chris Gaunt 5K Run/Walk Over Parkinson’s, 7:30am. Info: Mike Taylor (770)532-0228. June 17, Musella - Papa’s Peach Classic, 5K Run/Walk 8am 1 Mile FR, 8:15am (approx.). Info: Larry Carpenter (309)673-6459, email@example.com. June 24, Acworth - Summer Solstice Trail Run, 4.5 Mile & 7 mi.; 8am. Info: (770)528-8825, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Atlanta - HBCU Alumni Alliance Run/Walk 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Columbus - Firefighter MDA 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 26, Columbus - Rails to Trails 5K, 7:30pm. Info: email@example.com. July 1, Crawford - Oglethorpe County Rec Run 5K, 7:30am. Info: Benjamin McDaniel (706)224-7110, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Columbus - Big Sky Bravery 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 1, Sugar Hill - Made In the USA 5K/10K, 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Atlanta - AJC Peachtree Road Race 10K, Start times vary by wave; Peachtree Health & Fitness Expo 7/2-7/3 10am-7pm. Info: http:www.ajc.com/peachtree July 4, Blue Ridge - Blue Ridge Freedom 5K/10K, 8am. Info: Jessica Fulton (770)815-1033, email@example.com, https:/ /runsignup.com/Race/GA/BlueRidge/BlueRidgeFreedom5K10K. July 4, Cumming - We the Runners Half Marathon & 10K, 7:30am; 5K, 7:45am; Sparkler Trot (10-under), 9am. Info: Kim Hall (404)769-4408, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, St. Simon’s Island - Sunshine Festival of Races, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. July 8, Columbus - Big Dog Heatwave 5 Miler, 8am. Info: Reggie Luther (706)322-2786, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Watkinsville - Oconee 4-H 4K, 7:44am. Info: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 14, Hampton - 12 Days of Christmas (in July) 7K, 7:04pm. Info: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Atlanta - Atlanta Beltline Westside 5K, 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. July 15, Hampton - 12 Days of Christmas (in July) 8K, 7:44am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. July 15, Kennesaw - Summer Steamer 10K, 5K & 1K; 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 22 Atlanta (Brook Run Park) - Heroes in Recovery 6K - Atlanta, 8am; $25 until 4/30, $30 5/1-6/25, $35 6/26-7/21, $40 on Race Day. Info: Stephanie Spann - heroes6k@ frnmail.com, https://goo.gl/aXQ9RQ July 22, Gainesville - ADA Memorial 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8:15am. Info: Justin Pressley (770)540-0986, email@example.com. July 22, Loganville (Walnut Grove) - Walnut Grove 5K Breakaway, 7:30am; Fun Run, 7:10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 24, Columbus - Flat Rock Park 5K, 7:30pm. Info: email@example.com. July 29, Atlanta - Run Atlanta Midtown 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Chamblee - CBF Back to School Donation Drive & 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Larry Manuel (478)444-9781, email@example.com. July 29, Eatonton - 4-H 12K, 7:34am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
Nov. 4-5, Savannah - Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am (on 11/4); 5K, 1pm (on 11/5); 1 Mile, 2:30pm (on 11/5). Info: Competitor Group (858)4506510, www.runrocknroll.com/savannah
KENTUCKY May 6, Cadiz - JMAM Run For The Arts 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Crab Orchard - Maywoods 5K Trail Race, 9:30am. Info: (859)622-1476, email@example.com. May 6, Danville - HOPE 53 Run & Ride Duathlon & 5K Run, Duathlon: R-5K, B-20 mi., R-5K; 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Hazard - Vibe 5 Stars & Strides 5K Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Lexington - Derby Day Stakes at Coldstream 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Morehead - Derby Day Run For The Heroes, 5K Run/ Walk; 11am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Owensboro - Sutton Elementary 5K Derby Run, 5K Run/ Walk 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • May, 2017
May 6, Science Hill - SuperHeroes 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Slade - PoCo Kiwanis Natural Bridge 5K Run/Walk Challenge, 9am. Info: Chris Allen (606)424-7535, Paul Mallory (859)227-6225, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Lexington - The Great Cake Race, 5K & 1 Mile; 4pm. Info: email@example.com. May 7, Liberty - Angel Speed 5K Run/Walk, 3pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Richmond - Water to Wine 5K Vineyard Run/Walk, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Buckner - Run 4 Tristan, 5K Run/Walk; 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Clay City - Clay City Lions Club 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Corbin - The Kingdom Come 5K Run/Walk, 6pm. Info: (606)215-6285. May 13, Elizabethton - Team Teresa 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Flat Lick - Himyar Baptist Church Edith’s 2 Mile Run/ Walk, 8:30am. Info: Michael Bingham (606)622-0940, email@example.com. May 13, Fort Knox - Run For The Red 5K & 10K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids Run (50 & 100yd. Dash), 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Frankfort - World Vision Global 6K For Water. Info: Daniel Rogers (502)223-0292, 6KForWater@gmail.com. May 13, Georgetown - Georgetown’s Finest 5K - The 5K with GUTS! includes obstacles, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Henderson - Let’s Glow Crazy 5K Run, 7:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Lexington - Sandersville Elementary Shark On The Run 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Lexington - KSPPA 5K Memorial Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Lexington - John’s Run Local 8K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, London - Vibe 5 Stars & Strides 5K Run, 8:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 13, Louisville - Throo the Zoo 5K Run/ Walk, 8am; $35 by 5/7, after $40-$45. Info: Stephanie Bromback, 1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville, KY 40213; (502)238-5376, email@example.com, https://louisvillezoo.org/event/ throozoo2017/ May 13, Nicholasville - Run For The Merlot 5K & 1K Kids Run, 8:30am. Info: (859)475-3232, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Owensboro - Owensboro Family YMCA International BBQ Festival 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Paducah - Paducah Iron Mom Half Marathon & 2 or 4 Person Relay, 7am. Info: (270)443-4838, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Royalton - Honeysuckle and Horsepatty Half Marathons, 8am/Horsepatty Half; 10am/Honey Suckle Half; 10:15am/Mile with Mom Info: email@example.com. May 13, Russell Springs - Lake Cumberland Breakaway Project 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (270)585-2609, LCBproject@outlook.com. May 14, Lexington - Lexington Mother’s Day 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Kids Dash, 7:45am. Info: (224)757-5425, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Louisville - Louisville Mother’s Day 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids Dash, 8:15am. Info: (224)757-5425, email@example.com. May 19, Taylorsville - Light The Way 5K & Fun Run, 7pm. Info: Lori (502)403-8153, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Crescent Springs - Armed Forces Day 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Julie Schuler (859)331-7116, April Robinson (859)3413017. May 20, LaGrange - OCPR “Down & Dirty” Mud Obstacle Run, 5K 9am. Info: Gary Parsons (502)225-0655, email@example.com. May 20, Lexington - Kentucky ALE Horse Capital Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; Friday Expo 12noon-8pm; Boston Qualifier; Horse-country inspired Kentucky crafted awards; Course passes 40-plus Kentucky horse farms; Use Coupon Code RUNNINGJOURNAL10 for $10 OFF. Info: Bob Baney, Race Dir. (859)475-3232, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.horsecapitalmarathon.com. May 20, Louisville - Sista Strut 3K Walk, 8am. Info: Jenny Clements (502)479-2222, email@example.com. May 20, Louisville - St. Matthews Street Festival 5K Walk/Run, 8am. Info: (502)386-1502, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Nicholasville - R. J. Corman 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Lisa Minton (859)977-2502, email@example.com. May 20, Otter Creek Park - The MAD OTTER Trail Race & Navigational Challenge, 8am. Info: (502)640-6861, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Owensboro - Diamond Dash - Awesome 80’s - 5K Trail Run/Walk, 8pm. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Williamsburg - Whitley Warrior Community 5K Run/ Walk, 9am; Fastest Kid in Town (1/2 Mile), 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Lexington - No Child Wet Behind Central Kentucky, 5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 2pm. Info: email@example.com. May 21, Winchester - Run For The Paws 5K, 2pm. Info: Deborah Jackson (859)744-9554, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 26, Lexington - The Glo Run 5K, 9:20pm. Info: (224)7575425, email@example.com. May 26, Manchester - The Morgan Scott Hooker Memorial 5K Color Run/Walk, 6pm. Info: runsignup.com. May 27, Brodhead - Brodhead Hustle 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk, 8:30am. Info: Kayla Rowe (606)256-7767, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Frankfort - United Way 3K Fun Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com.
May 27, Leitchfield - Healthy Mommy 5K & 10K, 8am; Kids FR, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Lexington - Kim’s 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 27, Louisville - Viking Dash Trail Run, Half Marathon, 15K & 5K; 9am. Info: (317)219-3789, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Louisville - The Glo Run 5K, 9:30pm. Info: (224)7575425, email@example.com. May 27, Versailles - Woodford Wag 5K Cross Country, 8:30am; 2K Dog Walk/Run, 8:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Lexington - North Lime Donut Dash 5K Run/Walk, 6:30pm; Kids 1K Donut Dash, 7:15pm. Info: email@example.com. June 2, Mount Sterling - Run For Your Life: Your Health is “Colon” You, 5K 8pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Bardstown - Another Flippin’ 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Lexington - Run for the Nun 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Lexington - Great American Fitness Challenge, Land Challenge (Push-ups, Sit-ups, Pull-ups & 3.1 mi. (weighted) run), 9am/1st heat; Sea Challenge (Swim-500yd., Push-ups Sit-ups, Pull-ups & 1.5 Mile Run), 9am/1st heat; UK 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Louisville - Outrunning Autism 5K & Fun Walk, 9am. Info: Veronica Cape (502)596-1258, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Morehead - Rowan County Christmas Jingle Bell 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Prestonburg - Friends of Jenny Wiley 5K Road & Trail Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Radcliff - The Duane Klug Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Somerset - Over My Head 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Winchester - Alexis Thompson Memorial 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Bardstown - Run For The Health Of It 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (502)386-1502, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Williamson - Hatfield-McCoy Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 8am. Info: Alexis Batausa (304)542-5311, email@example.com. June 10, Winchester - The PathHome 5K, 8am. Info: Terry Davidson (859)744-8733, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Lexington - The Super Run 5K, 9am. Info: Michelle (856)777-8737, email@example.com. June 17, Morgantown - Green River 5 Mile Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: Jeff Whittinghill (270)526-4852, 3J2healthministry@reagan.com. July 4, Frankfort - The Great Buffalo Chase, 5K 8am. Info: Sarah Newman (502)696-5929. July 8, Westport - OCPR Firecracker 5K, 8am. Info: Gary Parsons (502)225-0655, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 27, Louisville - St. Matthews Mid-Summer 5K, 8pm. Info: (502)386-1502, email@example.com. July 29, Louisville - Dr. Ed Morgan/Kiwanis Grand Slam 4-Miler, 8am. Info: (502)386-1502, firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOUISIANA May 6, Houma - HC Warrior Run, 5K & Fun Run; 5K to begin directly after 6pm FR. Info: Christy Bourg (985)851-7423, email@example.com. May 6, Shreveport - Uptown 5 Miler, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Shreveport - SGBC 5K Mission Challenge, 5K & 5K Challenge 8am; Kids FR 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Slidell - Henry J. Calamari Memorial 2 Mile Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Henry P. Calamari (985)707-8905, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Thibodaux - Thibodaux Firemen’s Fair 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Fun Run, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Vacherie - Reveille at Oak Alley Run/Walk, 5K & 1/2 Mile Run/Walk; 8am. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)884-7565, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Baton Rouge - No Child Wet Behind 5K & 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Bougalusa - Legacy 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Houma - TFAE Run for Excellence 5K & Children’s Fun Run, 6pm. Info: Angie Rome Walsch (985)868-5881, email@example.com. May 13, Lake Charles - Contraband 5-Miler, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Mandeville - Q50 Races Cinco de Mayo 6 Miles & 3 Miles, 9am; Children’s race, 8:35am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, New Orleans - Girls on the Run NOLA 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Shreveport - Dean Williams Memorial 5K Run/Walk/ Crawl, Law Relay (2 Person) 8am; 1/2 Mile FR/Walk, 8am; 5K Run 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Shreveport - Nacho Mama’s 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 19, Belle Chasse - Palquemines Parish Seafood Festival Race 5K, 6:30pm. Info: YMCA (504)392-9622. May 20, Metairie (LaSalle Park) - Fat Boy NOLA Run/Walk, 5K & Kids Run/Walk; 8am. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)884-7565, email@example.com, www.NOLArunning.com. May 20, New Orleans - OPSO 5K, Kid’s 1/2 Mile; 8am. Info: Stephanie Minto-Gibson (504)872-1059 or (504)202-9229, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Shreveport - Holy Angels’ David Rice Memorial Walk/ Run 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Thibodaux - Laps for LEO’s 5K, 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Thibodaux - Max Carter School - Race For Their Future, 5K 9am; Fun Run, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com.
May 24, Lafayette - CRRC Summer Series 1 Mile Time Trial, 6:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 25, Shreveport - Madbug Madness 5K, 6:45pm. Info: email@example.com. May 26, New Orleans - Greek Festival Run/Walk, 5K & 1 Mile. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. May 27, Alexandria - Red White and Blues 4 Mile Challenge (with a twist), 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Gonzales - Jambalaya Festival 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Baton Rouge - Changing and Advancing Nutrition Now (CANN) 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Franklinton - Q50 Races Run to the Hills, 10 Miles & 5 Miles; 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Shreveport - Roy’s Kids 5K, 8:15am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Shreveport - No Limits Just Faith 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jessica Duos (318)470-9468, email@example.com. June 10, New Orleans - Creole Tomato Festival 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)884-7565, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, New Orleans - The Home Run, 9K, 5K & 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Shreveport - Ark-La-Tex Crisis Pregnancy Center Champins For Life 5K Run/Walk, 5K Run 8am; Walk 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Shreveport - The Blue Man Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 18, New Orleans - Richard Newcomb Memorial Father’s Day Race, 2 Mile, Half Mile; 8am. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. June 21, Lafayette - CRRC Summer Series 1 Mile Time Trial, 6:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, New Orleans (Norco) - NOLA Trail 3 Mile Run/Walk, 8am. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)884-7565, email@example.com. July 4, Shreveport - Sportspectrum Firecracker 5K Race for Research, 5K Run, Healthwalk & Stroll, 8am; 1/2 Mile Kids FR, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Metairie - RiverShack Tavern “River Run/Walk” Eastbank, 2 Mile Run/Walk; 7pm. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)8847565, email@example.com. July 16, Norco - Spillway Classic Trail Run, 3 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 22, Gretna - RiverShack Tavern “River Run/Walk” Westbank, 2 Mile Run/Walk; 7pm. Info: New Orleans Running Systems Road Race Mgmt., Chuck George, Race Dir. (504)8847565, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Mandeville - Big Heart Big Easy 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. July 26, Lafayette - CRRC Summer Series 1 Mile Time Trial, 6:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARYLAND May 2, Elkton - Independence Series Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K - Day 2. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Bel Air - FPK 5K & Family Fun Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, College Park - College Park 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Elkton - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, National Harbor - 5K Run/Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer Community Event, 7am. Info: (240)752-8752, email@example.com. May 6-7, Frederick - CareFirst Frederick Running Festival, 5/ 6: 5K 6pm; 5/7: Half Marathon Relay 7am. Info: (410)605-9381, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Sandy Spring - Nanty Narking Nearly 9K & 2 Mile Fun Stroll, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Westminster - MSW Superhero 5K Race & Family FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Carderock - Potomac River Run Marathon, 8am. Info: Jay Jacob Wind (703)927-4833, email@example.com. May 7, Rockville - Run Rockville 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Stroller Derby, 9am. Info: (240)780-8478, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Stevensville - Cindo de Miler, 5 Mile Trail Race; 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Berlin - Beach Lacrosse 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Fulton, Maple Lawn Community - Maryland Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: Kelly Dees (410)308-1870, email@example.com. May 20, Lothian - Brave in Blue 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, St. Michaels - St. Michaels Running Festival Half Marathon, 7:10am; 5K, 7:35am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Westminster - Mighty Eagle 5K Color Fun Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Cockeysville - Tractor Trot 5K Cross Country Run, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. May 21, Wheaton - Run For The Animals 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Walk, 8:30am. Info: (301)428-8128, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Annapolis - Historic Bay Highlands 5K. Info: email@example.com. May 27, Frederick - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 28, Bethesda - Defeat DIPG Superhero Sprint & 6K, 6K 8:30am; Kids Superhero 1K or Tot Sprint 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 29, Olney - Jeremy’s Run, 10K 8am; 5K 8:05am; 1 Mile FR 8:10am. Info: Cyndi Glass (240)498-8479. June 3, Annapolis - ZOOMA Annapolis Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 3, Baltimore - Baltimore 10 Miler, 7:30am. Info: (410)6059381, email@example.com. June 3, Easton - Running Marvel 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Kensington - Colleen’s BA 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Bel Air - Bel Air Town Run 5K, 8am. Info: Mike Early (410)652-9974, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Towson - Towson Healthy Hearts 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10-11, Westminster - Hammer the Wall 2017 - Countdown To A Cure, 24 hr. solo & relay, 3pm (6/10); 12 hr. solo, 3pm (6/10) or 3am (6/11) 1 hr. solo run/walk, 3pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Olney - Alex’s Run 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Lexington Park - Juneteenth/St. Mary’s Caring 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Baltimore - Mercy Baltimore Women’s Classic 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Lusby - Race to the “Creek” 5K, 8am; Free Kids Race, 7:45am. Info: runnerD2001@yahoo.com. July 16, Bel Air - Catch a Pig 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MISSISSIPPI May 6, Collins - Okatoma River Run, 5K Run/Walk 8am; 1 Mile Children’s Fun Run to follow 5K. Info: Covington Co. Chamber of Commerce (601)765-6012. May 6, Columbus - Market Street Festival Splash of Color 5K Hippie Style Walk/Run, 8am. Info: Amber Brislin (662)328-6305, email@example.com. May 6, Corinth - Coke 10K, 8:20am/Wheelchair, 8:30am/Runners; $25 3/1 thru 5/5. Info: Coke 10K, POB 239, Corinth, MS 38835; Mona Lisa Grady (662)284-4858, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.coke10k.com. May 6, Greenville - YMCA Cotton Classic 10K Run, 8am; 5K Walk, 8:05am. Info: Mickie Sandidge (662)335-7258, email@example.com. May 6, Gulfport - Run For Relief 5K & Military Challenge, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Gulfport - St. James Fun Run, 5K Run/Walk & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Mary Elizabeth Warren (770)530-4421, email@example.com. May 6, Ridgeland - Magnolia Meltdown Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 6:30am. Info: Start 2 Finish Event Mgmt. (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Saltillo - “Step To God” Mission Run, 5K 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 12, Senatobia - Downtown Dash Five Star City 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Anita Walls (662)301-1630, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Indianola - 5K Race To Wellness, 9:30am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Jamie Murrell (662)884-1476, email@example.com. May 13, Jackson - Twisted Family Fitness 5K & Fun Run, 8am. Info: (601)922-8690, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Ocean Springs - Osprey Ocean Springs Run, Swim, or Aquathon, 1 & 2 Mile Swim/Aquathon, 8:15am; 10K Run, 8:30am. Info: Rob Kirkland (228)875-5050, email@example.com. May 13, Olive Branch - Olive Branch Old Towne Mayfest 5K, 8am. Info: Amanda Drogmiller - firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Tupelo - Gum Tree 10K & 2K Fun Run, 8:30am. Info: Jennifer Martin (662)523-3164, email@example.com. May 20, Batesville - Racing For Paws 5K, 8am. Info: Panola County Humane Society (662)654-0926, PAWSpchs@hotmail.com. May 20, Carthage - Heart of Mississippi 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Michelle McCann (601)267-1206, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Collinsville - WL Softball Color Run/Walk 5K, 8am. Info: Jana Mayatt (601)527-6878, email@example.com. May 20, Corinth - Corinth Warrior Run 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Gulfport - Pursuit of Fun 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. May 20, Gulfport - Fallen Officer Memorial 5K, 4pm. Info: Kristin Allen (228)697-1155, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Booneville - Lylah Grey’s Ray of Hope 5K Walk/Run, 8am. Info: Kim Mcgaughy (662)720-6941, email@example.com. June 10, Grenada - Thunder On Water 8K Run, 5K Walk; 7am. Info: Will Goff (662)809-8440, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, New Albany - Robert Clayton Festival Color Run 5K, 8am. Info: Emily Forman (662)538-1740, email@example.com. June 10, Pascagoula - Chevron Charity 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Leland - Hotter than Hades Half Marathon, 6am. Info: Jamie (662)347-2920, email@example.com. June 24, Olive Branch - Kids Run Desoto, Multiple Distances; 9am. Info: Amanda Drogmiller (901)288-6295, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Oxford - Stars and Stripes 5K & 1/2 Mile Family FR, 7:30am. Info: Gail Brown (662)236-7631, email@example.com. July 4, Ocean Springs - Wesson Memorial 2 Mile, 1/4 Mile; 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Philadelphia - REZ Run for the Choctaw Indian Fair, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 7am. Info: John Ferguson (601)650-1765, email@example.com.
NORTH CAROLINA May 2, Kannapolis - Jiggy the Piggy 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Laura Evans (704)920-4343, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 5, Edenton - Kids & Cops Glow Run 5K, 7:45pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 5, Rutherfordton - Waggin’ All The Way 5K Run/Walk & Woof Walk (dog friendly). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Atlantic Beach - Mosquito Run, 10K & 5K Run/Hike, 10am. Info: email@example.com.
www.running.net May 6, Boiling Springs - Crossroads Festival 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Brevard - Hunter Subaru Legacy Run, Half Marathon 7:30am; 5K 8:30am; Kids’ FR 10am. Info: Heather Crawford (828)577-0195, email@example.com. May 6, Cary - Cary Academy Charger Derby 5K, 9am. Info: Trude Bate (919)760-3680, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Chapel Hill - Kick Up Your Heels for The Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill, 5K Fun Run/Walk; 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Chapel Hill - Philosopher’s Way Trail Runs, 10 Miler, 8am; 7K, 8:20am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Charlotte - Treble Trot 5K Fun Run, 9am; Kid’s Dash, 10:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Charlotte - 4.01k Race for Financial Fitness, 5K 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: Meredith Brady (704)208-8632, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Charlotte - Bradford Bear Crawl 3.5K Roads/Trails, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Charlotte - University City Duathlon (R-5K, B-12K, R3K); 5K Run, 5K Kids Sprint, 8am. Info: (704)549-8804, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Claremont - Hope 4 A Cure, 5K Race 8:45am; 1 Mile Fun Walk 9am. Info (828)241-3355 (x320111), email@example.com. May 6, Davidson - Spartan Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Durham - Bull City Run Walk Roll 5K, 8am. Info: Elizabeth Karan (919)286-0411 (x6587), email@example.com. May 6, Durham - Comics for a Cure 5K, 9am. Info: Neil Ellis (919)721-2515, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Erwin - Isaiah 40:31 Rock ‘n Run, 5K 9am; Mile 10:30am; Kid’s Dash 11am. Info: Marie Sutton (910)897-5423, email@example.com. May 6, Goldsboro - Cures for the Colors, 5K Run (Timed), 8am; 100-Mile for Teams (untimed), 9am; 1 Mile (untimed), 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Goldsboro - Dash on Ash 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile FR; 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 6, Greensboro - Girls on the Run Triad 5K & FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Greensboro - The John Dewey Dash 5K & 1 Mile Family FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Hendersonville - Run 4 Life 5K/1-3 Mile Walk, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Hickory - Run With the Law - Special Olympics Torch Run, 5 Mile 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Hickory - Super Hero Challenge - Laps for Charity, 9am10am; Walk or Run as many laps as you can in 1 hr. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, High Point - GO FAR Family 5K & Fun Run, 8:15am/ 9am. Info: Sarah Beth Davis (336)543-3141, email@example.com. May 6, Huntersville - Red Run, 4K & 8K Road Race & Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Kernersville - 16th Annual Cone Health MedCenter Spring Folly 5K, 8:30am; $20 before 4/26, after 4/26 & RD $25. Info: Curtis Swisher, 223 Cokesbury Dr., Kernersville, NC 27284; (336)399-1039, email@example.com; https://runsignup.com/ Race/NC/Kernersville/SpringFolly5k. May 6, Lewisville - Mutt Strut 5K, 8:30am. Info: (336)721-1303, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Lenoir - Davenport Dash 5K, 8am. Info: Breanna McKay (828)754-6941, email@example.com. May 6, Marion - “No Excuse for Abuse” 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Middlesex - Home Run 5K Run/Walk for the Children, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Monroe - Union Academy 5K Trail Run, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Mooresville - Bash Color Dash 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Mooresville - Miles4Missions 5K/10K Patriotic Run, 8am. Info: BJ Dillard (704)664-2324, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Mount Pleasant - Fit Connection 5K Run for Heroes, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Pinehurst - Fairway 5K Run/Walk, 7:45am. Info: (336)253-3153, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Pittsboro - Run for the Mariners 5K & Obstacle Course, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Roanoke Rapids - Rockfish Run 5K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Roseboro - Running with P.R.I.D.E. 5K Color Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Smithfield - Johnston Health Champions 5K & 10K, 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Spruce Pine - Run For Holland 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Statesville - Timmy Belcher Memorial Rainbow Kidz Ride & Run, 5K, 10K & 1 Mile FR; 8:15am. Info: Mindy Rice (704)924-4323, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Todd - New River Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7:45am; 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 6pm (on 5/5). Info: Ken Sevensky (336)877-8888, info@NewRiverMarathon.com. May 6, Waynesville - Gateway to the Smokies Half & 4-Miler, 7:30am. Info: Deb (828)456-3021, email@example.com. May 6, Wilson - Hunt for Hope Superhero 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Wilson - Landen Bass Memorial 5K Trail Run, 9:15am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Winston-Salem - Komen Northwest NC Race for the Cure, 5K 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Zebulon - Zebulon Road Race 5K. Info: Chamber (919)269-6320, email@example.com. May 7, Black Mountain - Lead the Way 5K Run/Walk, 3pm; Fun Run, 2:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • May, 2017 May 7, Morrisville - Morrisville Elementary Stampede 5K, 1 Mile Walk; 3pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 7, Raleigh - Racing for Rescues 5K Race & 2K Walk w/dogs or w/o dogs, 10:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Rocky Mount - Rocket Mile (USATF NC State Championship), 1 Mile 2pm. Info: Tar River Running Co (252)9030713, email@example.com. May 7, Salisbury - Buck Hurley 5K, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Charlotte - Right Moves for Youth Twilight 5K, 7pm; Kids 1K FR, 8pm. Info: email@example.com. May 12, Clyde - Lake J 5K Glow Run, 8:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 12, Hudson - Light The Way 5K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com.
May 12, Salisbury - Teens With A Mission (TWAM) 5K & Fun Run, 1/2 Mile FR=7:30pm; 5K=8pm; $20 by 5/11. Info: Delaine Fowler, 308 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC 28144; Delaine Fowler (704)636-1321, delaine6@hotmail. com, www.salisburyfirstpres.org May 13, Albemarle - Beach Blast 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Apex - Monarchs in Motion 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 13, Arapahoe - Mariner 5K, 1/2 Mile Kids; 9am, Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Asheville/Carrier Park - Mama’s Day 10K & 1K Stroller Push, 10am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, email@example.com. May 13, Beaufort - Crystal Coast Run/Walk for Autism 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Bennett - Bennett 5K Freedom Run/Walk, 8am; Glory Mile, 8:10am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Bryson City - Cherokee Choices Mother’s Day 5K Run/ Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Burlington - Go The Distance 5K, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Burnsville - Burnsville Fit Families 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Cary - Charity Distance Festival, 8K & 5K 9:30am; 1 Mile 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Charlotte - Run 4 Their Lives 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Charlotte - Palisades Spirit 5K, 9am; FR, 9:45am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Cherry Point - MCAS Cherry Point Color Fun Run 5K, 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Clayton - Clayton Road Race, 5K 9am. Info: Matt Lorion (919)553-1554, email@example.com. May 13, Concord - Exercise is Medicine 5K, 9am; Mile Fun Run/ Walk, 8:30am. Info: Perry Gabriel (704)920-2701, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runsignup.com. May 13, Fayetteville - Cole Humphrey Memorial Run, 10K, 5K & 2.5K Kids Run; 8am. Info: (910)303-9928, email@example.com. May 13, Goldsboro - WPCC 5K Run for Life & 1 Mile Walk, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Greensboro - Law Enforcement Memorial 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: (336)430-6379, email@example.com. May 13, Havelock - Feds Feed Families 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Hickory - Hickory Crawdads & Fleet Feet Sports Home Run Trot 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, High Point - Carolina Brewsfest Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:15am. Info: (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Hollister - Medoc Spring Race, 7.45 Miles; 8:30am. Info: Tar River Running Co (252)903-0713, email@example.com. May 13, Huntersville - Shirley’s Angels “Love Your Headlights” 5K & 10K, 8am; Kid’s FR, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Jacksonville - Marine Chevy Shuffle 5K, 9am. Info: Monica Brady (910)375-9486, email@example.com. May 13, Kernersville - Declan’s Dash 5K Run or Walk, 8:30am; 1/2 Mile Kids FR, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. May 13, Lexington - Davidson Doozie 10K & 3.6 Mile Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (336)253-3153, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Matthews - Socrates OPA! Road & Trail 5K, 9am; 1 Mile FR 10:15am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Mooresville - Teal Diva 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Pisgah Forest - Cradle to Grave 30K & 10K Trail Race, 8am. Info: Devin Gentry (828)884-5713 (x221), email@example.com. May 13, Salisbury - West Rowan Middle School 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Sanford - Race to Read - Sanford/Lee County Youth Council, 5K FR/Walk; 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Sherrills Ford - Captain Bradley Long Memorial 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Wilkesboro - Headed to College Road Races: 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 14, Charlotte - Mother’s Day 5K, 8am; Kid’s Dash, 9:15am. Info: (704)968-5666, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Greensboro - Race 13.1 Greensboro Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: (866)561-5651 (x301), email@example.com. May 14, Raleigh - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S-225 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Wake Forest - MK5K, 5K Run/Walk 8:30am; 1 Mile Run/ Walk 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 16, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #1, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #2, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com.
May 20, Boone - Hunters Heroes 10K & 5K Memorial Run, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Cornelius - Butterfly Run, 5K 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Farmville - Town of Farmville 5K & 1.15 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Greenville - 5K Strides for Scholars, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 20, Hillsborough - Got Grit? 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8:30am. Info: Tom Carr (919)732-7183, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Marion - Carolina Donut Festival’s Bob to Bob’s Half Marathon & Donut Dash 5K, Half Marathon 7:30am; 5K 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Morrisville - Run for Hope IDF 5K, 9am. Info: Felicia Cooper (919)614-7266, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, New Bern - Pancake Pursuit 5K, 10K & Kid’s Dash; 7:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 20, Wilson - Amanda’s Race 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Wilmington - EmergeOrtho 5K, 8am. Info: Lindsay Peiffer (910)251-9622 (x266), lindsay.peiffer@ wilmingtonfamilyymca.org. May 21, Asheville - Biltmore Kiwanis 15K/5K Classic, 7:45am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, email@example.com. May 21, Cary - NCRC Classic Half Marathon & 10K at Umstead, Half Marathon 7am; 10K 7:20am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Greensboro - Race the Bar Preyeras 8K & 5K, 6pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. May 21, Winston-Salem - Indoor Insanity Marathon & Relay, 8am. Info: Mike Clark (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 26, Greensboro - Greensboro Distilling Road Bootlegger 5K, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. May 27, Aurora - Aurora Fossil 5K, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Goldsboro - Bolt to Belize 5K Run/Walk, Kids FR; 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 27, Pine Knoll Shores - K4TW 5K Beach Run, 1K Run/ Walk; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 27, Salisbury - Bare Bones 5K Run/ Walk, 8:30am; 1/2 Mile Fun Run, 9:15am; Knox Middle School; $20/5K before 5/26, $25 on Race Day; $10/Fun Run. Info: David Freeze (704)310-6741, email@example.com, www.salisburyrowanrunners.org May 28, Manteo - Cupcake 5K, 5:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Avon - Shore Break 5K, Tide Pool 1/2 Mile FR, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. June 2, Cary - Glow in the Park 5K Cary, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Clemmons - Clemmons Stride for Courage 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8:15am. Info: Al Burchett (336)918-3214, email@example.com. June 3, Garner - MADD Dash 5K, 10:30am. Info: LaRonda Scott (919)787-6599, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Raleigh - Race 13.1 Raleigh Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:15am. Info: (866)561-5651 (x301), email@example.com. June 3, Rocky Mount - Rocky Mount Mills 5K, 8:30am. Info: Tar River Running Co (252)903-0713, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Charlotte - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S-200 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Cary - World’s Largest Flip Flop 1K Run/Walk, 10:30am. Info: info@nOgRunClub.com.
June 10, Charlotte (McAlpine Creek Park) - Heroes in Recovery 6K - Charlotte, 8am; $30 until 4/29, $35 4/30-6/9, $40 on Race Day. Info: Lauren Hall - firstname.lastname@example.org, https://goo.gl/4ndCNz June 10, Ellerbe - Bethel Hill Moonlight Boogie 50 Miles & Boogie Marathon, 6pm. Info: Doug Dawkins (910)206-2095, email@example.com. June 16, Raleigh - Raleigh RunDown Downhill Mile, 1 Mile 7pm. Info: Pat Price (919)260-8013, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Asheboro - Run Your Tail Off 5K, 8am. Info: Stephanie Turgeon (814)937-8205, email@example.com. June 17, Bakersville - Rhododendron 10K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/Healthwalk, 8am; $20/10K, $10/1 Mile FR postmarked by 6/4; $30/10K, $15/1 Mile FR on Race Day (includes Dry Blend Performance T-shirt to all participants). Info: (828)688-2113. June 17, Cary - NC MedAssist Pancakes & Beer 5K, 9am. Info: Misty Moore (704)350-3597, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Conover - Conover School Run n’ Roll 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk; 8am. Info: Carol Johncock (828)234-5457, email@example.com.
June 17, Hiddenite - Vertical Mile Challenge, 1 Vertical Mile (16+ miles); 8am; $25, Late Fee $35; Deadline 6/15. Info: Rick French, 3451 Rocky Face Church Rd., Hiddenite, NC 28681; (828)632-1093, firstname.lastname@example.org, http:// rockyfacepark.com/the-vertical-milechallenge/ June 17, Raleigh - Feminist 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com.
June 24, Hickory - The Krispy Kreme Challenge 5K, 8am. Info: (828)304-4786, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Roxboro - Sappony 5K Trail Run, 8am; 1 Mile, 7:30am. Info: Mary Edmondson (910)639-9971, email@example.com. July 1, Cary - Run for Liberty, Mile 8am; 5K 8:30am. Info: James Del Bianco (919)267-5284, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 1, Lenoir - Firecracker 10K, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am; $25/5K, $35/10K by 6/24. Info: Zack Carter, 1031 Jim Barger Ct., Lenoir, NC 28645; (828)757-2196, email@example.com, https:// runsignup.com/Race/NC/Lenoir/ Firecracker10k5kand1milefunrun July 3, Charlotte - Charlotte Firecracker 5K & Fun Run, 7pm. Info: (704)893-3800 (x103), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 3, Greensboro - Fun Fourth Freedom Run 10K, 7:30pm; 1 Mile, 7:45pm. Info: (336)793-4311, email@example.com. July 3, Waxhaw - Rocket Run, 2 Miles; 7:30pm. Info: Amanda Young (704)999-1800, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 4, Village of Lake Park Indian Trail Common Heart Firecracker Run, 10K 7:30am, 5K 7:45am, 1K 9am; $35/10K, $25/ 5K, $20/1K, by 7/2; after $40/10K, $30/5K, $25/1K. Info: Common Heart, POB 2761, Indian Trail, NC 28079; (704)218-9060, Keith@CommonHeart.org, www.CommonHeartFirecrackerRun.com July 7, Lenoir - Blackberry GLOW 5K and One Mile Fun Run, 1 Mile 8pm; 5K 8:30pm; $20/1 Mile, $25/5K by 6/28, after 6/28 $25/1 Mile, $30/5K. Info: Breanna McKay, 2301 Morganton Blvd. SW, Lenoir, NC 28645, (828)572-0802, breanna.mckay@shelter homecc.org, https://runsignup.com/Race/ NC/Lenoir/BlackberryGlow5kandFunRun July 8, Boone - Grandfather Mountain Marathon, 6:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 8, Greensboro - Glow in the Park 5K, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Wilmington - TriSpan 10K & 5K, 7am. Info: Lindsay Peiffer (910)251-9622 (x266), email@example.com. July 15, Greensboro - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 8:55pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Jacksonville/Onslow Beach - USAA Grand Prix Series - Sand-Sational 8K Beach Twilight Run, 7pm. Info: (910)4510025, email@example.com. July 15, Salisbury - 5K Run/Walk for Greenway, 8am; 1/2 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: Steve Clark (704)216-2709, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 21, Charlotte - Tread Nightly Half Marathon & 4 Miler, 8pm. Info: Jimmy Lawler (704)391-3900, email@example.com. July 22, Mars Hill - Billy Goats Gruff Climb, 10K 8am; Kids 1K 9am; Hill Climb 10am; 5K 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Winston-Salem - Beat the Heat 5K, 7pm; 1 Mile FR/ Walk 6:30pm; NC USATF 5K Championship 8pm. Info: Er Ralston (336)749-7008, email@example.com. July 29, Jacksonville - Running with the Law 5K & 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: Nick Brauninger (910)938-5317, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Troutman - Safari Run For Missions 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Shannon Campbell (704)680-7742, email@example.com.
Sept. 9-10, Charlotte - Run & Ride Races at Carowinds, 9/9: 5K & 1 Mile 8:15am; 9/10: Qtr. Marathon & Half Marathon 7am; $55$80, Late Fees $70-$90. Info: Run & Ride Races at Carowinds, 520A E. 6th St., Front Royal, VA 22630; info@adventureenablers. com, http://www.runandriderace.com/ carowinds
SOUTH CAROLINA May 5, Travelers Rest - GHS Swamp Rabbit 5K, 6:30pm; $6 by 4/29, after $15. Info: Race Director: Chad Carlson, 807 North Main St., Travelers Rest, SC 29690; Rebecca Cooper (864)4559259, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ghs.org/swamprabbit5k. May 6, Columbia - Charleston Transplant Home 5K, 9am. Info: Holly Day (843)300-8571, email@example.com, https:// runsignup.com/Race/SC/Charleston/ CharlestonTransplantHome5k?remMeAttempt=.
May 6, Columbia - CrawDaddy Dash 5K, 9am; $35 4/1-5/5, $40 on Race Day. Info: Eggplant Events, POB 692, Blythewood, SC 29016; Erin Roof (803)665-6140, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.crawdaddydash.com
Running Journal • May, 2017
May 6, Columbia - Running For Your Life 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (803)750-1200, email@example.com. May 6, Columbia - See Spot Run 12K, 7:30am; 5K, 7:45am. Info: DeLisa Edwards (803)260-1201, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Easley - Easley Church of God Soles for Souls 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: Randall Parks (864)430-8865. May 6, North Charleston - Race the Helix - Lowcountry, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 9am. Info: Julie Jones (864)388-1801. May 6, Orangeburg - Festival of Roses 5K, 12K, Double Down & Kids FR; 12K 7:30am; 5K Run/walk 9am. Info: Ilia Owens (803)748-9622 (x130), email@example.com. May 6, Prosperity - Prosperity Hoppin 5K Run, 2 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: Karen Livingston (803)364-2622, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Sunset - Keowee-Toxaway State Park Mountain Laurel 5K, 10am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, email@example.com. May 7, North Myrtle Beach - Divas Half Marathon & 5K in North Myrtle Beach, 7am; $110/Half Marathon 2/1-5/4; $125 at the Health & Fitness Boutique (only if capacity has not been reached); $65/5K 2/1-5/4, $80 at the Health & Fitness Boutique (only if capacity has not been reached). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.runlikeadiva.com. May 13, Columbia - Get In The Pink 10K, 7:20am; 5K, 7:30am; Kids FR, 8:30am. Info: Alicia Buffum (803)429-7763, email@example.com. May 13, Duncan - Mayfest 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: Jamie Morehead (864)404-0003. May 13, Greenville - Kare to Breathe 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Katisha Mitchell (716)427-8462, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Greer - Race for Adoption 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Carter McCrary (864)630-9057, email@example.com. May 13, Irmo - Acts Metro Empower Run, 10K 8am; 5K 8:15am; 1K 8:30am. Info: Tara Kleinschmidt (803)764-0588, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Leesville - PoultryFest Run, 5K 8am. Info: Duane Peake (803)240-1359, email@example.com. May 13, Little Mountain - Wildcat Run 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Rock Hill - Band On The Run 5K, 7am. Info: Hope Moore (803)389-6210, email@example.com. May 13, Williamston - Spring Stampede 5K, 8am. Info: Zakary Theus (864)386-1452, firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 19-20, Columbia - Lexington Medical Center Governor’s Cup Road Race, South Carolina’s Running Festival, RRCA SC State Championship Half Marathon 7am (on 5/20); 5K Run/Walk 7:30am (on 5/20); Main Street Mile RRCA One Mile SC State Championship Event (on 5/19, 7pm); $25/Main Street Mile by 5/18, $30 at Expo (5/19); $70/Half thru 4/30, $80/May 1 to the expo; $30/5K thru 4/30, $35 May 1 to the expo. Info: Ray Renner (803)9606202, email@example.com, http:// governorscupsc.org/ May 20, Columbia - TFI Foundation Run, 5K 8am. Info: Strictly Running (803)799-4786, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Fort Mill - 5K Cannoli Run at SPN Italian Festival, 9am; 1 Mile Family Fun Walk, 9:10am. Info: Dave Paukovitz (803)4151946, email@example.com. May 20, Greenville - Greenville County Sheriff’s Office W.A.R. Fund 5K Charity Run/Walk 7:30am. lnfo: Brad McAlister (864)6080510, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Ridgeville - Run The Ridge SC, 5K 9am. Info: Don Rivers (843)801-5901, email@example.com. May 20, Six Mile - Issaqueena’s Flight For The Fight 10K, 7:30am; 5K, 8am; 1/2 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: Lori Peake (864)8979868, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Boiling Springs - Race to Remember 5K, 8am. Info: Carolina Cougars (864)503-1465. May 27, Greenville - Take Flight 5K & Kid’s Mile, 8:30am. Info: Lara Kaufmann (864)270-6660, email@example.com. May 27, Lexington - Jail Break XI, 5K 8am. Info: Lee Marshall (803)799-4786, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Travelers Rest - Swamp Rabbit Brewery Beer BBQ 5K, 7pm. Info: Mike Foley (864)982-2686. May 29, Fort Mill - Jimmie Johnson Foundation Fit Fest, Half Marathon & 8K, 8am; 5K, 8:30am; 4-hour MTB Endurance Challenge, 9:30am. Info: Denise Dixon (704)277-2666, email@example.com. May 29, Greenville - Freedom Flyer 2 Miler, 8:30am. Info: Ed Huges (864)423-1482. June 10, Spartanburg - Croft State Park - The Grenade Dash 5K, 9am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Fort Mill - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 8:55pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. June 17, Greenville - The Bobby Black Research For Amyloidosis 5K, 8am. Info: Mae Black (864)270-1758. June 24, Chapin - The Hewitt 5K, 8am. Info: Crystal Hewitt (803)318-5237, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Columbia - Born In The U.S.A. 4 Miler, 7:04am. Info: Strictly Running (803)799-4786, email@example.com. July 8, Gaffney - S.C. Peach Festival 5K Run, 5K Walk, 10K Run & Kids Run; 7:30am. Info: Shannon Wylie (864)487-1586, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Greenville - Harvest Hope 5K Hunger Run, 8:30am. Info: Jamie Peebles (803)254-4432 (x1111), email@example.com. July 29, Columbia - Guardians of the Night K-9 5K, 10:30pm. Info: Kevin Hoover (803)309-9413, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Greenville - Doodle Trail 5K, 8am. Info: Peter Schriver (864)979-6636.
TENNESSEE May 4, Jackson - Epilepsy Can Kiss It 5K, 6pm. Info: Julie Bezold (731)313-5724, email@example.com. May 5, Bradford - Midnight Madness 5K, 1 Mile FR & 2 Mile Walk; 11:30pm. Info: Buni Wendt (731)742-2150, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 5, Johnson City - Cinco de Mayo Club Links 5K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Bristol - Splash Dash 5K, 8am. Info: Julie Bittinger (423)502-3941, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Erwin - Derby Day Dash 5K & Derby Hat Strut, 4pm. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Hermitage - Comeback Trail Walk/Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Jackson - ARM 5K & Color Run, 8am. Info: Michael Roby (731)423-9257, email@example.com. May 6, Johnson City - Girls on the Run 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Knoxville - L.E.A.P. 5K Race, 1 Mile FR/Walk; 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Knoxville - Healing Bird 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Crystal Copeland (865)363-4604, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Loudon - Be a Factor 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Medina - Hornet Run 5K & 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Memphis - NAACP Fund Run 5K, 8am. Info: (901)5211343. May 6, Munford - CASA Superhero 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Teresa Cantrell (901)262-1720, email@example.com. May 6, Nashville - Shoney’s 5K Family Fun Run & Walk, 5K 9am; Kid’s FR, 10am. Info: Terri Harof (404)786-7410, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Nashville - Girls on the Run of Middle Tennessee Spring 5K, 8am. Info: (615)356-4829, email@example.com. May 6, Seymour - Run with the Lions and Walk with the Lamb 5K Race, 8am. Info: Erika Townsend (865)567-9221, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Wartrace - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, email@example.com, https://ultrasignup.com/ register.aspx?did=41888. May 7, Henderson - Joggin’ For Your Noggin 5K, 2pm. Info: Kristen Jones (731)608-1291, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Kingsport - FBC Kingsport AmazinGrace 5K, 6pm; KFOM/Fun Mile, 5:15pm. Info: Allison Jones (423)791-2757, email@example.com. May 7, Oak Ridge - Suck it Up, Buttercup KT Memorial 5K Race, 8am. Info: (865)804-7091, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 9, Kingsport - Duck Island Spring Mile: Kids & Adults; 6:30pm Girl’s Mile; 6:45pm Boy’s Mile; 7:05pm Adults Mile. Info: Bob Townsend (423)525-7335 (c), email@example.com. May 12, Bartlett - Running Of The Rams 5K, 6:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Bristol - Splash Dash 5K, 8am. Info: Julie Bittinger (423)502-3941, email@example.com. May 13, Chattanooga - Elizabeth’s Outrun Melanoma 5K & Walk, 9am. Info: Jennifer Nicely (423)495-4438, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Cleveland - Cleveland Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: (423)790-7901, email@example.com. May 13, Covington - AES 5K Color Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Amanda McDaniel (901)606-7578, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Greeneville - Community of Unity 5K Fun Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Sheila Bailey (423)620-0512, email@example.com. May 13, Humboldt - West Tennessee Strawberry Festival 5K Run/Walk & 10K Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Johnson City - Run For Your Mom 5K, 9am. Info: Kevin Gravier (304)952-6229, email@example.com. May 13, Kingsport - Susan G. Komen Tri-Cities Race for the Cure 5K. Info: Lori Brown (423)765-9313, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Knoxville - Hann Jivin’ in the Dark, 6 Mile Trail Race, 8:45pm; Kids Race, 8:15pm. Info: Andrea Ludwig (865)306-3115, email@example.com. May 13, Memphis - Bluff City 10K, 8am. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Memphis - Junior League of Memphis 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Memphis - Belle Forest 5K Literacy Walk/Run, 9am. Info: Jennifer Eoff (901)288-6541, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Memphis - Fiesta 5K: A Run For Unity, 9am. Info: Fabiola Cervantes (901)366-5882 (x106), email@example.com. May 13, Memphis - Four-Legged 4K Run/Walk, 12pm. Info: Natalie Wilson (901)767-7275, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Wartburg - Mountain Laurel 5K, 8am. Info: Jennifer Brasel (423)346-6635, email@example.com. May 19, Memphis - Rylee’s Run 5K, 7pm. Info: Miriam Dillard Stroud (205)531-1851, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Bristol - Chick-fil-A Bristol 5K, 8am; Fun Run/Walk, 8:15am. Info: Hannah Dean (276)466-5811, email@example.com. May 20, Brownsville - Haywood Elementary Greenhouse 5K, 8am. Info: Samantha Sammons (731)432-2303, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, East Ridge - Run for God 2017 JFest 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Dean Thompson (706)264-7101, email@example.com. May 20, Germantown - Eye Opener 5K PJ Run, 6pm. Info: Kathi Wright (901)486-2984, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Kingsport - Racks By The Tracks SPF 10K, 9am; 5K, 10:30am. Info: Crystal Landers (423)426-4887, email@example.com. May 20, Knoxville - Tillery’s Hustle for Hope 5K, 9am. Info: Alana Phillips (423)827-2804, firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.running.net May 20, Memphis (Overton Park) - Heroes In Recovery 6K - Memphis, 8am; $35 4/10-5/ 19, $40 on Race Day; Wag & Run - Get bandana for canine participant: $5 (until 5/20); Virtual Runner $25 (until 5/18). Info: Sarah Shearer Heroes6k@frnmail.com, https://goo.gl/ GiH0GG May 20, Memphis - Troops and Boots 5K, 8am. Info: (901)2742202, email@example.com. May 20, Millington - Mid-South Mud Run 5K Challenge w/ obstacles, 7am. Info: Jason Taylor (901)874-4617, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Oak Ridge - Oak Ridge Schools Stomp Out Tobacco 5K. Info: Jenifer Laurendine (865)425-9028. May 20, Trenton - Trotting Like Champions 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Walk, 9am. Info: Cheryl Crider (731)694-9031, email@example.com. May 20, Viola - Viola Valley Half Marathon, 7am. Info: John Nunley (931)635-3413, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Maryville - Highland Half Marathon, 7:30am; Scot Trot 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 25, Memphis - Zoom Through the Zoo 4 Miler, 1 Mile FR; 6:30pm. Info: Michele Correia (901)333-6554, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Bristol - The Bill Gatton Honda Run For Phil 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 27, Knoxville - The it Company EXPO 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Memphis - Moolah Steps For The Cure 5K, 7am. Info: LaTashja Mosby (901)229-8354, email@example.com. May 27, Watauga - Ta-Pa-Win-Go Joy Run 5K, 1pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 28, Memphis - Great American River Run, Half Marathon & 5K, 7:30am. Info: (901)525-4611, email@example.com. May 29, Chattanooga - Chattanooga Chase 8K, 8am; 1 Mile, 9:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Greeneville - The Hope 4, 4 Mile Race, 4K Wellness Walk, 8:04am; Kids FR, 9:04am. Info: Jon Reynolds (423)636-2141, Tom DuBois (423)636-2175. May 29, Johnson City - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 2, Johnson City - Blue Plum Fest 5K Run/Walk, 7pm; Little Plum Half Mile, 6:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Memphis - Harbortown 5K, 7pm. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com. June 3, Jackson - Splash & Dash 5K & 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: Ellen Neely (731)668-3322, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Knoxville - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Memphis - Memphis Italian Festival: The Luigi 5K, 8am. Info: Kelly Gonzales - firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Mosheim - Mosheim Fundays 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June, 3, Roan Mountain - Diamond Dash 5K Trail Run, 9am. Info: Morgan Gilman (615)418-9949, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Rogersville - Amis Mill 10K, 8am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), email@example.com. June 3, Springfield - Barrel Fest 5 Miler, 7am. Info: Vicky Bumgardner (615)382-4470 (x215), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Millington - The Navy Ten Nautical Miler & Mini Miler, 6am. Info: email@example.com. June 6, Church Hill - The River Mile, 6pm/Boys (14-under); 6:15pm/Girls (14-under); 6:30pm/Male (15-over); 6:45pm/Female (15-over). Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 8, Jackson - Twilight Run 5K & 1 Mile, 6:30pm. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com. June 10, Elizabethton - Covered Bridge 5K Run, 3K Walk; 8am. Info: (423)542-1338, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Knoxville - Sharps Ridge Scuttle, 6 Mile 8am; Kids Race 7:30am. Info: Stephanie Johnson (865)661-8821, email@example.com. June 10, Memphis - Gibson Guitar 5K, 7pm. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 16, Memphis - Memphis Farmers Market Crop Hop 5K, 6:30pm. Info: (501)765-4123, email@example.com.
June 17, Bell Buckle - Bell Buckle RCMoon Pie 10 Mile Run, 7am; $30 thru 5/1, $35 5/2-31, $40 6/1-15, after 6/15 $45; On Line registration available www.active.com till Thursday 6/15 at 10pm. Info: Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce, POB 222, Bell Buckle, TN 37020; Renee Curtis (931)389-9663, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bellbucklechamber.com/10-mile-runonline-registration/ June 17, Jonesborough - The Red Black & Blue Race for Ian, 5K 8am; 1 mi. FR, 8:05am. Info: Michael Bates (423)767-6814, email@example.com. June 17, Lenoir City - Tellico Summer Solstice Trail Runs, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Memphis - Q4Mile, 4 Mile Run/Jog/Walk; 9am. Info: C Smith (901)438-21223, email@example.com. June 17, Millington - Mutt Strut 5K, 8am. Info: Samantha Lodrigue (901)849-9678, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 21, Bristol - The Beaver 10K, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Blountville - Missions 5K Run/Walk, 5K Run 8am; 5K Walk 8:15am. Info: Tammy Burke (423)361-1050.
June 24, Johnson City - Run The Tweetsie Half Marathon, 6:30am; 10K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Memphis - Ultimate 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: Debi & John Bookas (901)383-2771, email@example.com. July 3, Memphis - Memphis Stars & Stripes 5K, 7pm. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Nashville - Music City July 4th 5K/10K, 7am. Info: Cristina Young (615)955-0465, email@example.com. July 15, Kingsport - Indian Path Medical Center & Niswonger Children’s Hospital Crazy 8s 8K Run, 9:58pm; 3K Moon Walk, 8:58pm. Info: (423)963-1046, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 16, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5K 7am. Info: email@example.com. July 18, Kingsport - Wolf Run, 7 Mile Trail Race; 6pm. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Greeneville - Greeneville Astros 5K, 8am. Info: Kelsey Thompson (423)638-0411, email@example.com. July 22, Knoxville - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 30, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5K 7am. Info: email@example.com.
VIRGINIA May 5, Salem - Glow for Hope 5K Race & 2K Fun Walk, 7:30pm. Info: (540)389-2112, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Blacksburg - HAE Lightning Panther 5K, 10am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Charlottesville - Adam and Eve Half Marathon & 8K, 8am. Info: (434)218-0402, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Farmville - Heart of Virginia Festival 10K Run & 5K Walk, 8:30am. Info: Farmville Rec. Dept. (434)392-8465, email@example.com. May 6, Midlothian - Cosby Band on the Run, 5K Run/Walk; 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Moneta - Walk for the Animals, 5K Trail Walk (with or w/ o dog); 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, New Kent - Uncorked Half, Half Marathon; 8am. Info: Race Director (804)285-9495, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Newport News - 5K By the Bay, 9am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8:30am. Info: Race Team (757)880-8843, email@example.com. May 6, Rocky Mount - Heritage Classic 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Eric Miller (540)483-3786, firstname.lastname@example.org, https:// runsignup.com/Race/VA/RockyMount/HeritageClassic. May 6, Williamsburg - Virginia Regional Ballet 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 8am. Info: Tracy Luck (757)209-9009, email@example.com. May 6, Winchester - Apple Blossom Valley Health 10K, 8:30am; Kids Bloomin’ Mile, 4pm (on 5/5). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Woodbridge - Holy Family Falcon 5K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 7, Ashburn - Loudoun Lyme 10K, 8am; 5K, 8:10am; 1K 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Fairfax Station - The Arc of Northern VA Corporate Team Challenge 8K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile or 2 Mile Walk (time tba). Info: Howard Stregack (703)208-1119 (x102), email@example.com. May 7, Fredericksburg - Great Train Race, George Dashington, Caboose Run; 1 Mile Run (18-under), 7:30am; 1/2 Mile, 11am; 1/4 Mile, 11:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Lorton - Spring Backyard Burn Trail Running Series Race #4, 5 Mile or 10 Mile. Info: email@example.com. May 7, Vienna - Vienna Elementary 5K & Run for Fun, 8:10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Warrenton - Brave 5K, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Abingdon - 5K Run for St. Anne School, 9am. Info: Wendy Cheers (276)669-0048. May 13, Bentonville - Shenanduro Total Endurance, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Trail Runs, 8am; 6-hr. & 9-hr. mountain bike, 11:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Bristol - Sugar Hollow Scramble 5K, 10K, 15K, 20K, 25K & 30K; 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Charlottesville - BE BOLD Orchard 5K at Bold Rock Cellar, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Chilhowie - Valley Health Care/Iron Mtn. Riders 5K Glow Run, 8:30pm. Info: Debbie Blankenship (276)608-4983. May 13, Grundy - Grundy Kiwanis/Trupoint Bank 5K Run, 9am. Info: Ricky Owens or Jon Rife (276)935-2181, email@example.com. May 13, Herndon - Herndon Middle School 5K Run/Walk for Mental Health Awareness, 9am. Info: (703)904-4961, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Marion - Blue Line 5K Run/Walk & Gear Challenge, 8am. Info: Olivia McDonald (276)783-4190, email@example.com. May 13, Norton - Fit Farmer 5K, 9am; Kids Obstacle Course, 9:30am. Info: Michele Knox (276)679-0754, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Poquoson - Bull Island 4-Miler, 8:30am. Info: Charles Rivongkham (757)637-8530, email@example.com. May 13, Prince George - Hometown Hero 5K, 9:3am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Raphine - Ultra Race of Champions - Skylark Crest of the Blue Ridge, 100K & 50K 6am; 25K 9am. Info: email@example.com.
May 13, Yorktown - gotCUREage Must Dash for a CURE 5K, 5:30pm (York High School); Kids 1/2 Mile Fun Run, 5pm; $25 by 4/1, $35 by 5/10, $40 on race day; Kids FR $15. Info: Lauren Blanchard, 310 Artillery Rd., Yorktown, VA 23692; (757)880-8322, firstname.lastname@example.org, https:// www.raceit.com/Register/?event=38695
www.running.net May 13, Roanoke - Gallop 4 the Greenways 4 Miler & Adventure Triathlon, 3pm/Adventure Triathlon (R-4.3 mi., Paddle-2.7 mi., B6.8 mi.); 5pm/Free Kids FR; 5:15pm/4 Mile Run; 5:20pm/1.5 Mile Walk. Info: Liz Belcher (540)777-6330, email@example.com. May 13, Winchester - Winning with Wellness 5K Run/Walk, 9am; Kids FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Reston - Mother’s Day 4 Miler, 1 Mile Run/Walk; 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 14, Springfield - Mother’s Day “Mothers Helping Mothers” 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: (703)919-0313, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Alexandria - RunFit Kidz 5K Celebration Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Alexandria - In Their Shoes 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Bedford - Armed Forces Day 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Youth FR, 7:15am. Info: Armed Forces Day (434)847-8655, email@example.com. May 20, Clifton - Clifton Caboose Twilight Run, 5K & 1 Mile FR/ Walk; 6pm. Info: (703)968-0740, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Fairfax - WT Woodson 5K/Fun Run for Charity, 5K 8:30am; FR 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Fairfax Station - 5K Spirit Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Hampton - Run for the Stage 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Keezletown - Mountain Valley Half Marathon & 10K, 8am. Info: (540)833-6302, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Lebanon - Save the Animals 5K Run/Walk (with or w/ o your dog), 9:30am. Info: Crystal Ball (276)791-7127, email@example.com. May 20, Lynchburg - Dawson Dash - 5K Fun Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, North Garden - Red Hill 5K & Fun Run, 8:45am. Info: Ashley Mawyer - email@example.com. May 20, Rocky Mount - PIGG River Ramble 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Rustburg - Colored Up 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 21, Centreville - Reservoir Relay Trail Run, 18.5 Miles (Solo & Relay); 5 Mile; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Fredericksburg - Marine Corps Historic Half, 7am; Semper5FIVE. Info: (800)Run-USMC, email@example.com. May 21, Gate City - 3:16 Soul 2 Sole 5K Run/Walk, 3pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Henrico - Full Circle’s Round Up The Family 5K, 10am; FR, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 21, Herndon - Red Shoe 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: (202)5298204, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Norfolk - Girls on the Run Hampton Roads 5K Celebration, 2pm. Info: (757)965-9040. May 21, Virginia Beach - COLT 5K Race, 2pm; 1 Mile FR, 1pm. Info: (757)880-1662. email@example.com. May 21, Warrenton - Buck Obsession 5K Race to Benefit VA Special Olympics, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:15am. Info: Gigi Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org, https://runsignup.com/Race/ VA/Warrenton/BuckObsession5ktobenefitSpecialolympicsVirginia. May 27, Hurt - Hurt Fire Department 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 27, Keswick - Keswick Hunt Club Fox Trot 5K Trail Race, 6pm; Kids’ Races, 5pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Newport News - Chick-fil-A 10K/5K, 1/2 Mile 8am; 10K 8:30am; 5K 8:45am. Info: Race Team (757)880-8843, email@example.com. May 27, Portsmouth - Elizabeth River Run 10K, 8am; Crawford Street Mile, 8:15am. Info: (757)495-3551, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Winchester - Sheetz Donut Dash 5K for YoungLife, 9am. Info: email@example.com.
May 28, Alexandria - Alexandria Running Festival, Half Marathon 7:30am; 1K 7:45am; 5K 8am; $85/Half, $50/5K thru 4/30; $95/Half Marathon, $60/5K on Race Weekend; $15/1K thru 5/28. Info: Nicholas Panebianco (301)807-8529, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.mc-coop.org/arf May 28, Richmond - Stratford Hills 10K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 29, Ashburn - Ringing in Hope 5K, 10K & 1K; 8am. Info: Diane Brown (703)216-9283, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Lynchburg - Memorial Day 10K Run & 2 Mile Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 29, Winchester - Loudoun Street Mile, 1 Mile 8am. Info: Mark Stickley (540)665-8394, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 29, Yorktown - Yorktown Freedom Run 8K, 8am; 5K Fun Run, 8:15am. Info: Bill Pope (757)877-7331, email@example.com. June 3, Chincoteague Island - Assateague Island National Seashore 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 3-4, Doswell - Run & Ride Races at Kings Dominion, 6/3: 5K & 1 Mile 8:30am; 6/ 4: Qtr. Marathon & Half Marathon 7am; $55$80, Late Fees $70-$95. Info: Run & Ride Races at Kings Dominion, 520A E. 6th St., Front Royal, VA 22630; email@example.com, http:// www.runandriderace.com/kings-dominion
Running Journal • May, 2017 June 3, Front Royal - Front Royal Kiwanis 5K Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Glen Allen - The Sophie House 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Hampton - Fox Hill Community 5K, 8:30am. Info: Rich Bowen (757)850-8846, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Henrico - CureChasers 5K & Double 5K, 8am; Kid’s Mile, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Hopewell - Hopewell Optimist 5K Run/Walk for Childhood Cancer, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Lynchburg - LCPA Heart of Virginia 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Purcellville - Virgina Wine Country Half Marathon, 7am. Info: (707)933-1769, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Rice - National Trails 5K, 8am. Info: High Bridge Trail State Park (434)315-0457, email@example.com. June 3, Richmond - CrossOver Ministry Moo & Brew 5K, 5pm. Info: Amy Capistran (804)655-2794 (x106), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Roanoke - Annie Mae Broyles 4Miler4Missions, 4 Mile 8:30am; 1 Mile Fun Walk, 8:45am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Springfield - Springfield 5K, 9am. Info: Mark Russell (703)913-0313, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Waynesboro - Skyline 4 Miler at Seven Arrows Brewing Co., 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Williamsburg - Kingswood KLAM 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Woodbridge - Belmont Bay 5K, 7:30am; 1K Fun Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Berryville - “Color Me Clarke” 5K Color Fun Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Dumfries - Henderson Husky 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Fairfax - StarKid 5K, 8:30am; Family FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Burkes Garden - The Vamint 1/2 Marathon & 5K Run, 6:30am/Half Marathon Non-Competitive Walk; 8am/Wheelchair; 8:03am/Half Marathon & 5K. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Langley - Langley Race Around the Base 10 Miler, 8am. Info: John Hickok (757)225-8158, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Manassas - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Roanoke - Light Up The Night 5K, 9pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Waynesboro - Fun 2 Run MudRun, 1.5 Mile Mud Run (5-12 yrs), 9am; Kids Dash (3-5 yr.), 9:15am. Info: RTV@ci.waynesboro.va.us. June 10, Williamsburg - Run For The Bacon 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 11, Fairfax - Celebrate Fairfax 5K, 8am; Tot Dash/Free, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Middleburg - Salamander Run Wild 5K for Crash + Herd, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 13, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 16, Williamsburg - Glow Williamsburg 5K & 1 Mile, 8:25pm. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Lynchburg - HumanKind Sports Outreach 5K, 8am; Youth Run, 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Norton - Mountain States Rehab 5K, 8am. Info: Steve Childers (276)439-1452.
June 17, Pembroke - Eastern Divide Ultra - USATF Virginia 50K State Championship, 50K 7:30am; 8 Miles, 10am; $75/50K, $25/8 Miles by 5/17; $90/50K, $40/8 Miles 5/18-6/15. Info: Kirby Walke, 1427 Mt. Tabor Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060; (540)330-7051, email@example.com, http:// www.triadventure.com/eastern-divide-ultra/ June 17, Petersburg - TCRR’s Twilight Delightfully Different 3.5 Miler, 7:15pm; Free Children’s Events, 5:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Roanoke - Race 13.1 Roanoke Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: (866)561-5651 (x301), email@example.com. June 17, Virginia Beach - Summer Slam 5K Run/Walk, 9am; Kids 1 Miler, 8am. Info: (757)409-1913, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Virginia Beach - Into the Woods Summer Trail Series West Neck Creek 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, West Point - Gen. Chesty Puller 10K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 18, Midlothian - Thanks Dad 5K, 8:30am; Kids Run, 9:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 18, Reston - Run With Dad 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Ashburn - Twilight Festival 4 Miler & 1 Miler, 7:30pm. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Bristol - Race/Walk For A Drug Free Bristol, 5K 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Gwynn - Gwynn’s Island Kukini 8K & 5K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8:40am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Ivor - Whitetails 5K (clothing opt.-must be 18+), 10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 27, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 4 Miler, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, email@example.com. June 30, Roanoke - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 8:55pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 5 Miler, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, email@example.com. July 15, Virginia Beach - Into the Woods Summer Trail Series Windsor Castle 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 21, Williamsburg - Scares that Cares 5K, 7pm; Kids Trick or Trot FR, 6:30pm. Info: Mettle Events (757)373-4174, email@example.com.
July 22, Abingdon - Service Above Self 5K & 10K, 8:30am; Kid’s Mile, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Gate City - Gate City Frontier Save The Theater 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 29, Yorktown - Coast Guard Day 5K, 8:30am. Info: Katherine Long (757)856-2226, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept. 2-3, Virginia Beach - Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach 1/2 Marathon & 5K, 7am (on 9/ 3); Mile on the Sand, 8:30am (on 9/2); Health & Fitness Expo 9/1-2. Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510 or (800)311-1255, www.runrocknroll.com/virginia-beach
WASHINGTON, DC May 6, Washington, DC - AmpUp! Walk/Run to End Bladder Cancer, 3 Miles; 8am. Info: Rebecca Yannopoulos (301)215-9099 (x206) email@example.com. May 7, Washington, DC - Race for Hope DC 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, Washington, DC - Public Service 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: (202)554-0007, email@example.com. May 13, Washington, DC - National Police Week 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Washington, DC - Tricia Davis 5K Walk/Run for Sinai House, 8am; FR, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Washington, DC - River Run for Orphans DC, 5K Race, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:45am. Info: BobLicitra@ChildrensFund.net. May 20, Washington, DC - Lace Up for RAINN 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Washington, DC - Semper Fi 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am (Note Date Correction). Info: email@example.com. June 3, Washington, DC - Race4Respect 5K & 1K Kids Dash, 9am. Info: (301)704-1572, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Washington, DC - Lawyers Have Heart 10K Run, 5K Run & Fun Walk; 7am. Info: (703)248-1714, email@example.com. July 8, Washington, DC - Great North American Naughtical Beer Mile, 1 Mile 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Washington, DC - DC Road Runners Track Championship, 1 Mile & 3K; 4pm. Info: email@example.com. July 29, Washington, DC - Dash-for-DASH 5K & 1K FR/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WEST VIRGINIA May 6, Albright - Cheat Fest 5K Run, 10am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Caldwell - Dirt Dash 5 Mile & Rocky Ridge 15K Trail Runs, 9am. Info: (304)647-3783, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Lavalette - Beeches ‘n Streams Sunset 10K Race & 1 Mile Interpretive Hike, 5pm. Info: email@example.com. May 13, East Liverpool - Run Away From Drugs 5K, 10am; Kid’s Dash for Children (8-under), 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Harper’s Ferry - Harper’s Ferry Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:45am; Kids 1 Mile FR, 11am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Poca - Poca River Run 15K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Charleston - Dirty Dog 15K Trail Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Charleston - SMART 5.29K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Martinsburg - Berkeley Heights Elementary 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, White Sulphur Springs - Race 13.1 Greenbrier Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: (866)561-5651 (x301), firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, New Cumberland - Run F.A.S.T. for Stroke Awareness 5K, 10am. Info: email@example.com. May 27, Ona - Kanawha Trace Moonlight Madness 3.5 & 7 Mile Night Trail Race, 9pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Masontown to Morgantown - Deckers Creek Trail Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Ella Belling (304)296-6185, email@example.com. June 17, Charleston - CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life 5 Mile Run, 2.5 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: (304)388-9860.
Aug. 11-12, Bruceton Mills - Ragnar Trail Appalachians-WV, Presented by Salomon, 120 Mile Relay; 9am; $130, deadline 7/13/17. Info: Customer Service (801)499-5024, firstname.lastname@example.org, https:/ /www.runragnar.com/event-detail/trail/ appalachians_wv?utm_source=running%20jo urnal&utm_medium=calendar&utm_campaign =mdm%20appalachians%202017&utm_ content=march%202017 Sept. 30, Shepherdstown - Freedom’s Run, Marathon 7:30am; Half Marathon 8:3am; 10K 8:50am; 5K 9am; 1 Mile Kids FR 11am. Info: email@example.com.
TRACK & FIELD May 6, Nashville, TN - Nashville Masters Outoor Track Classic, Various Events All day; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Huntsville, AL - Harry Williams All Comers Track Meet, 5pm. Info: Marty Clarke (256)651-4015, email@example.com.
May 27, Nolensville, TN - Middle Tennessee Invitational Nolensville High School, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 3000, Hurdles, Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, High Jump, Javilen, 4x100 Relay, 4x400 Relay. Info: Dele Ekadi (615)484-0502, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. June 6, Whites Creek, TN - Sam Smith Tennessee Youth T&F Invitational, 100, 200, 400, 1500, 3000, Hurdles, Long Jump, Triple Jump Shot Put, Discus, High Jump, Javelin. Info: James Curbeam (615)419-5714, email@example.com. June 30, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 7, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 15, Washington, DC - DC Road Runners Track Championship, 1 Mile & 3K; 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 21, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org.
MULTI-SPORTS (Included in the Multi-sports calendar are single swimming and cycling events). May 6, Enterprise, AL - Boll Weevil 100 Bicycle Rides & 10K Run; Bike: 7 mi., 25 mi., 100K & 100 mi., 7:30am; 10K Run & 3K FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: (334)406-1016, email@example.com. May 6, Danville, KY - HOPE 53 Run & Ride Duathlon & 5K Run, Duathlon: R-5K, B-20 mi., R-5K; 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Grenada, MS - Over the Dam Duathlon, Adults: R-2 mi., B-12.5 mi., R-1 mi., 8:30am; Kids: R-1/2 mi., B-2 mi., R-1/2 mi., 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Ridgeland, MS - Natchez Trace Century Ride 2017, 25/ 50/62/100 miles; 8am. Info: (901)550-2114, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Charlotte, NC - University City Duathlon (R-5K, B-12K, R-3K); 5K Run, 5K Kids Sprint, 8am. Info: (704)549-8804, email@example.com. May 6, Clayton, NC - Flowers Plantation Charity Bike Ride, 20 & 40 Miles; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Salisbury, NC - Little Kids Buck Triathlon, S-25 yd., B-1/ 2 mi., R-1/6th mi.; 3pm. Info: email@example.com. May 6, Burns, TN - Dickson Endurance & Iron Nugget Sprint Triathlon, S-1 mi., B-38 mi., R-10K; S-.5 mi., B-17 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Collierville, TN - “Cycle For Safety” In Memory of Cory Horton, 33 & 57 Mile Bike; 8:30am. Info: Chris Mueller (901)8718606, email@example.com. May 6, Huddleston, VA - Appalachian Power Smith Mountain Lake Triathlon, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 7, DeLand, FL - DeLand Family YMCA FitFest Triathlon, S300 yd., B-13 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: (386)736-6000. May 7, Chapel Hill, NC - Tar Heel Youth Triathlon, Ages 6-10: S-100 yd., B-2 mi., R-1K, 9am; Ages 11-15: S-200 yd., B-4 mi., R2K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 7, Salisbury, NC - Buck Hurley Triathlon, S-300 yd., B-11 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Boca Raton, FL - Mermaid Mile Swim, 1 Mile 7am. Info: Lacey Chimienti (561)222-8440, email@example.com. May 13, Inverness, FL - Citrus County Kids Triathlon, SwimBike-Run; Kids 5-15 yrs.; 8am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Panama City, FL - Ironman 70.3 Gulf Coast Triathlon. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Ocean Springs, MS - Osprey Ocean Springs Run, Swim, or Aquathon, 1 & 2 Mile Swim/Aquathon, 8:15am; 10K Run, 8:30am. Info: Rob Kirkland (228)875-5050, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Gulf, NC - CARA Ride For Their Lives! Metric Century 8:30am; 1/2 Century & 10 Miler, 9am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Lenoir, NC - Cycle To Serve, 100K, 40 mi. & 20 mi.; 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Wake Forest, NC - Beaverdam Olympic & Sprint Triathlon, Olympic: S-1500m, B-24.5 mi., R-10K; Sprint: S-750m, B-17 mi., R-5K; 9am. Info: (919)376-9441, email@example.com. May 13, Lakeland, TN - Tour De Lakeland, 50 Mile & 40 Mile Bike 8am; 40K Bike 8:30am; 4 Mile Bike 9am. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Bentonville, VA - Shenanduro Total Endurance, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Trail Runs, 8am; 6-hr. & 9-hr. mountain bike, 11:30am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Marion, VA - Mountain Do Triathlon/Duathlon, R-10K Trail, Mtn.Bike-20K, Kayak-3K; Youth Duathlon: R-10K Trail, Mtn. Bike-20K; 10am. Info: Jane Roberts (276)608-1859, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 13, Roanoke, VA - Gallop 4 the Greenways 4 Miler & Adventure Triathlon, 3pm/Adventure Triathlon (R-4.3 mi., Paddle2.7 mi., B-6.8 mi.); 5pm/Free Kids FR; 5:15pm/4 Mile Run; 5:20pm/ 1.5 Mile Walk. Info: Liz Belcher (540)777-6330, email@example.com. May 13-14, Spotsylvania, VA - Kinetic Triathlon Festival, International (5/13): S-1.5K, B-24.6 mi., R-10K, 7:30am; Sprint (5/ 14): S-750m, B-15.5 mi., R-5K; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Clermont, FL - Girlz On Fire Women’s Triathlon & 5K, 7:30am; Sprint Tri: S-.5 mi., B-16 mi., R-5K; Super Fun Sprint Tri: S-440 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi. Info: Sommer Sports (352)394-1320, email@example.com. May 14, Browns Summit, NC - SwimRun Triad, R-10 mi., S-2.4 mi.; 8am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 14, Raleigh, NC - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S-225 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Sebring, FL - Because We Can Youth Triathlon, Ages 3-6, 6-10, 11-15, Novice Adult 16-over; 7am. Info: (863)382-9622, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • May, 2017
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May 20, Snellville, GA - I Can Tri Super Sprint, S-250m, B-8 mi., R-2.25 mi.; 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20, Indian Head, MD - General Smallwood International Triathlon, S-1500m, B-24 mi., R-10K; 8am. Info: email@example.com. May 20, Nebo, NC - MTA Lake James Triathlon, S-750m, B-22 mi., R-5K Trail; 8am. Info: Gregg Duff (828)400-5868, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20-21, Millington, TN - Memphis in May Triathon, 5/20: Sprint Tri - S-1/3 mi., B-12 mi., R-3 mi.; 5/21: Olympic Tri - S-.93 mi., B-24.9 mi., R-6.2 mi. Info: PR Event Mgmt. (901)550-2114, email@example.com. May 20, Clifton, VA - The Alleghany Highlands Triathlon, R-5K, Paddle-5 mi., B-10 mi.; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, West Palm Beach, FL - FitKids Triathlon, 7:30am; age categories. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, email@example.com. May 21, Chapel Hill, NC - JUST TRYAN IT Kids Triathlon, 3 courses: 25, 1, .5; 50, 2.5, 1; 100, 5, 2; Ages 6-16; 8:30am. Info: Carrie Norry (919)355-4391, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21, Greenville, NC - Fiesta Biathlon, R-5K, B-15 mi.; 1pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. May 21, Charlottesville, VA - Dogwood Duathlon, Ages 12-16: R-1 mi., B-2 mi., R-1 mi.; Ages 7-11: R-1/2 mi., B-2 mi., R-1/2 mi.; 9am. Info: Kathy Zentz (540)460-5750, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 27, Crystal River, FL - Crystal River Triathlon Series Sprint #1, Tri: S-1/4 mi., B-15 mi., R-3 mi.; Du: R-2 mi., B-15 mi., R-3 mi.; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, email@example.com. May 27, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #2, R-2 mi., B11 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 28, Scottsboro, AL - Goose Pond Half Iron & Sprint Triathlon, Half: S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; Sprint: S-500m, B12 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, email@example.com. May 29, Fort Mill, SC - Jimmie Johnson Foundation Fit Fest, Half Marathon & 8K, 8am; 5K, 8:30am; 4-hour MTB Endurance Challenge, 9:30am. Info: Denise Dixon (704)277-2666, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Arkadelphia, AR - DeGray Lake Off-Road Sprint Triathlon, S-400 yd. Mtn. Bike-9 mi., Trail Run-2.5 mi., 8:15am. Info: (870)246-6686, email@example.com. June 3, Paragould, AR - Pedal The Ridge, 25, 62 & 100 mile bike; 8am. Info: Robby Glasco (870)335-5896, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Ruston, LA - Piney Hills Kids Triathlon, S-100yd., B-3.1 mi., R-3/4 mi. (ages 7-8 & 9-10); S-200yd., B-6.2 mi., R-1.2 mi. (ages 11-12, 13-14 & 15-16); 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3-4, Rock Hall, MD - Rock Hall Triathlon Festival, International (6/3): S-1500m,B-24.5 mi., R-10K, 8am; Sprint (6/4): S-750m, B-15 mi., R-5K; 9am. Info: Race Hotline (757)570-9934, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Kosciusko, MS - Little Mountain Ride, 23, 44 or 70 Mile Bike; 7am. Info: Donna Holdiness (662)739-0915, email@example.com. June 3, Ridgeland, MS - Heat Wave Triathlon, S-1/2 mi., B-27.5 mi., R-10K; 7am. Info: (901)550-2114, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Abingdon, VA - Iron Nut Sprint Triathlon, S-1/4 mi., B18 mi., R-5K, 8am; Youth Splash and Dash, 11am. Info: Coomes Recreation Center (276)623-5279, email@example.com. June 4, Arkadelphia, AR - The XTERRA Gator Terra Off Road Triathlon Championship, S-1500m, Mt. Bike-19 mi., R-6.3 mi.; Open Water Swim, 1500m; 7:30am. Info: (870)246-6686, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Fayetteville, AR - Ozark Valley Triathlon, S-400 yd., B13 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, email@example.com. June 4, Charlotte, NC - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S-200 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Hot Springs Village, AR - Tri the Village Sprint Triathlon, S-500 yd., B-13.5 mi., R-3.2 mi.; 7am. Info: (870)2466686, email@example.com. June 10, Tallahassee, FL - The Ride for Hope, Bike Rides: 100 mi. 7am; 40 mi. 7:30am; 29 mi. 8am; 11 mi. 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Ridgeland, MS - The Bike Crossing Mayhem Century Ride, 25, 60, 62 & 100 Miles; 7am. Info: Linda Bartley (601)8560049, email@example.com. June 10, Greensboro, NC - Nat Greene’s Revenge Off Road Triathlon, S-800m, B-14 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Greensboro, NC - Lake Brandt Sprint Triathlon, S800m, B-12.5 mi., R-3.25 mi.; 7am. Info: Richard Swor (313)3040903, email@example.com. June 10, Greeneville, TN - Greene County YMCA Sprint Triathlon, 8am. Info: Debbie Overacker (423)639-6107, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Hampton, VA - Lifes A Beach Triathlon (w/obstacles), S-200yd., B-5 mi., R-2 mi. Info: email@example.com. June 10-11, Williamsburg, VA - Jamestown Triathlon Festival, International (6/10): S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K, 7am; Sprint (6/11): S-750m, B-20K, R-5K, 7am. Info: Hotline (757)570-9934, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Fayetteville, AR - Ladies DU Fayetteville, R-2 mi., B11 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: Tiffany Gaulke (479)444-3463, email@example.com. June 11, Dunedin, FL - Dunedin Rotary Triathlon, S-1/4 mi., B12 mi., R-5K; Duathlon: B-12 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Pigeon Forge, TN - Double Dip Sprint Triathlon, S300yd., B-16.5 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)9883906, email@example.com. June 17, Bay Minette, AL - Rideyellow 6, 10, 20, 37 & 62 mile bike; 7am. Info: Marissa Williams (251)937-9099, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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June 17, Fernandina Beach, FL - Jacksonville Triathlon Olympic & Sprint - Series #1, Sprint: S-1/4 mi., B-16 mi., R-3 mi.; Olympic: S-1.5K, B-40K, R-10K; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, email@example.com. June 17, New Smyrna Beach, FL - Life’s a Beach Triathlon, S-200 yds., Fat Tire Bike-5 mi., Beach Run-2 mi.; 9am/1st wave. Info: Swayne Parsons (386)944-7718 (o), (386)882-7422 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, St. Marys City, MD - St. Mary’s Triathlon Festival, International: S-1500m, B-24.5 mi., R-10K; Sprint: S-750m, B-12 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: Race Hotline (757)570-9934, email@example.com. June 17, Smithfield, NC - 3 Little Pigs Triathlon, S-250m (pool), B-14 mi. R-5K; 7:30am. Info: (919)376-9441, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 18, Lenoir City, TN - Tellico Summer Solstice Sprint & Olympic Triathlon, S-800m, B-16 mi., R-5K; S-1500m, B-40K, R10K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, email@example.com. June 24, Fort Rucker, AL - Fort Rucker Triathlon, S-.25 mi., B10 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: (334)255-2296/3794, (334)255-2997. June 24, Woolmarket, MS - Woolmarket Biathlon #3, R-1 mi., B-11 mi., R-3 mi.; 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Memphis, TN - Annie Oakley & Buffalo Bill Super Sprint Triathlon; Super Sprint: S-1/4 mi., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; Sprint: S-1/2 mi., B-16 mi., R-4 mi.; 6:30am. Info: (901)550-2114, email@example.com. June 25, Wake Forest, NC - The Rho Smile Train Triathlon, S-250m (pool), B-12 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: (919)376-9441, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Waterfront Triathlon, Sprint: S-0.25 mi., B-10.5 mi., R-3 mi., 6:45am; Intermediate: S1.5K, B-42K, R-10K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Warm Springs, VA - Bath County Triathlon-Moomaw Madness, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Memphis, TN - Mid-South Transplant Foundation Ride For Life, 25 Mile Bike; 7am. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com. July 1, Oak Ridge, TN - Secret City Triathlon, S-500m, B-15 mi., R-6K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Marianna, FL - Freedom Springs Triathlon, S-1/4 mi., B-10 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Meridian, MS - Sunfish Triathlon, S-1/3 mi., B-17 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: Lora Kennedy (601)938-0120, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Jackson, TN - FCA, Red White & Blue Ride, Bike: 28 mi., 55 mi. or 86 mi.; 8am. Info: Trish Towater (731)234-4165, email@example.com. July 8, Englewood Beach, Englewood, FL - Englewood YMCA Sprint Triathlon, S-400m, B-13 m., R-5K; 7am/1st wave. Info: Mike Schyck (941)475-1234 (x226), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Paris, TN - Paris Tennessee Sprint Triathlon, S-500m, B-14 mi., R-3 mi.; 7am. Info: (901)274-2202, email@example.com. July 9, Fletcher, NC - LPC Retro Triathlon, R-5K, B-17 mi., S400m; 8am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Fernandina Beach, FL - Jacksonville Triathlon Olympic & Sprint - Series #2, Sprint: S-1/4 mi., B-16 mi., R-3 mi.; Olympic: S-1.5K, B-40K, R-10K; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)6372475, email@example.com. July 22, West Memphis, AR - Horse Shoe Lake Sprint Triathlon. Info: (901)550-2114, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Clarkesville, GA - Chopped Oak Sprint & Super Sprint Triathlon, Sprint: S-400yd., B-16 mi., R-5K; Super Sprint: S250yd., B-8 mi., R-2.25 mi.; 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)6335511, email@example.com. July 22, Philadelphia, MS - Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon, S-.5mi., B-27.5mi., R-7mi.; 6:30am. Info: BJ Morrow (601)416-4933, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Sweetwater, TN - Sweetwater Sprint Triathlon, S150yd., B-12 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)9883906, email@example.com. July 23, Asheville, NC - Asheville Triathlon, R-5K, B-17 mi., S400m; 7:45am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 23, Garner, NC - Rex Wellness Sprint Triathlon - Garner, S-250yd. (pool), B-10 mi., R-2 mi.; 7am. Info: (919)376-9441, email@example.com. July 23, Surry, VA - Virginia Duathlon - Part of the USATMA Duathlon Series, B-23 mi., R-5K, B-23 mi.; 8am. Info: Mettle Events (757)373-4174, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Horse-country inspired Kentucky crafted awards; Course passes 40plus Kentucky horse farms; Use Coupon Code RUNNINGJOURNAL10 for $10 OFF. Info: Bob Baney, Race Dir. (859)475-3232, email@example.com, www.horsecapitalmarathon.com May 21, Winston-Salem, NC - Indoor Insanity Marathon & Relay, 8am. Info: Mike Clark (336)793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 28, Burlington, VT - People’s United Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay, 8am; Registration Opens Monday, October 10; Sports & Fitness Expo 2017 May 26-27. Info: email@example.com, www.runvcm.org. June 10, Williamson, KY - Hatfield-McCoy Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 8am. Info: Alexis Batausa (304)542-5311, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Ellerbe, NC - Bethel Hill Moonlight Boogie 50 Miles & Boogie Marathon, 6pm. Info: Doug Dawkins (910)206-2095, email@example.com. July 8, Boone, NC - Grandfather Mountain Marathon, 6:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 10, Bartlett, TN - Stanky Creek 50K & Marathon, 7am; 25K & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Sept. 30, Shepherdstown, WV - Freedom’s Run, Marathon 7:30am; Half Marathon 8:3am; 10K 8:50am; 5K 9am; 1 Mile Kids FR 11am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 14, Greensboro, NC - The Cannonball. Greensboro’s Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: (336)793-4311, email@example.com. Oct. 21, Hollister, NC - Medoc Trail Races, 5K 10 Mile & 26.2 Miles; 8:30am. Info: Rocky Mount Endurance Club firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, Pembroke, VA - Eastern Divide Ultra - USATF Virginia 50K State Championship, 50K 7:30am; 8 Miles, 10am; $75/50K, $25/8 Miles by 5/17; $90/50K, $40/8 Miles 5/18-6/15. Info: Kirby Walke, 1427 Mt. Tabor Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060; (540)3307051, email@example.com, http:// www.triadventure.com/eastern-divide-ultra/
May 2, Elkton, MD - Independence Series Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K - Day 2. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6, Todd, NC - New River Marathon, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 7:45am; 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 6pm (on 5/5). Info: Ken Sevensky (336)877-8888, info@NewRiverMarathon.com. May 6, Wartrace, TN - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, email@example.com, https:// ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=41888. May 7, Carderock, MD - Potomac River Run Marathon, 8am. Info: Jay Jacob Wind (703)927-4833, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 6-7, Cincinnati, OH - The 19th Flying Pig Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay (on 5/7), 6:30am (Wheelchair 6:25am); Events on 5/6: 10K, 8am; 5K, 10am; Piglet Kids’ FR, 1pm; Flying Fur Run, 1:30pm. Info: (513)721-7447, email@example.com, http:/ /flyingpigmarathon.com. May 20, Lexington, KY - Kentucky ALE Horse Capital Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; Friday Expo 12noon-8pm; Boston Qualifier;
Nov. 4-5, Savannah, GA - Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am (on 11/4); 5K, 1pm (on 11/5); 1 Mile, 2:30pm (on 11/5). Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510, (800)311-1255, www.runrocknroll.com/ savannah Nov. 26, Cocoa, FL - Space Coast Marathon & Marathon Relay, 6:30am/Marathon, 7:15am/ Relay; $105/Marathon, $95/Relay 4/1-9/30; $110/Marathon, $105/Relay 10/1-11/25. Info: Running Zone Foundation, 430 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa, FL 32922; Christa Mudd (321)751-8890, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.spacecoastmarathon.com Dec. 9, Huntsville, AL - Rocket City Marathon, 7am; $60 (price increase after 5/31) Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063, email@example.com, www.runrocketcity.com
ULTRAS May 6, Wartrace, TN - Strolling Jim 41.2 Miles, Marathon & 10K; 7am; $100/41.2 mi., $80/Marathon, $40/10K; $15 Late Fee. Info: Steve Durbin, 445 W. Blount Ave., Unit 108, Knoxville, TN 37920, (270)556-1679, firstname.lastname@example.org, https://ultrasignup.com/ register.aspx?did=41888. May 6-7, Front Royal, VA - Massanutten Mountain 100-Mile Trail Run, 4am. Info: email@example.com. May 13, Raphine, VA - Ultra Race of Champions - Skylark Crest of the Blue Ridge, 100K & 50K 6am; 25K 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. May 20-21, Key West, FL - Keys 100 UltraMarathon, 5:45am/ staggered; 100 Mile, 50 Mile, 50K Individual Races & 100 Mile 6 Runner Team Relay. Info: Bob Becker (954)439-2800, email@example.com. June 10, Savannah, GA - DFL 12 to 12 Hour Ultra, 6 & 12 Hours; 12pm. Info: Dan Hernandez (912)777-9147, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10-11, Westminster, MD - Hammer the Wall 2017 - Countdown To A Cure, 24 hr. solo & relay, 3pm (6/10); 12 hr. solo, 3pm (6/10) or 3am (6/11) 1 hr. solo run/walk, 3pm. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Ellerbe, NC - Bethel Hill Moonlight Boogie 50 Miles & Boogie Marathon, 6pm. Info: Doug Dawkins (910)206-2095, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Canton, GA - A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ultra, 3, 6, 12 & 24 Hour Race; 9pm. Info: Toni McAlister (678)400-9050, email@example.com.
July 22, Perryville, AR - Full mOOn 50K, 7pm; 25K, 8pm. Info: Susy Chandler (501)837-3104, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Kennesaw, GA - Maria’s Ultra Summer Spectacular, 26.65 Miles, 3 hr. & 6 hr.; 7am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com.
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