Marathon & Long Distance Directory
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Including Multi-Sports Events, Ultra Running, and Racewalking June 2017
Racing South Edition
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On the Cover: A group of happy runners along the course at the Divas Half Marathon held in North Myrtle Beach, SC, on May 7, include Karen Brombaugh (#233), Jacqueleen MacLaughlin (#793), Grace Perron (#992), Kathleen Pennock (#990), Tanesa Holley (#613) and Rebecca Pickels (#1002). Photo by: Katty Peraza Payne
Long Distance Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Race Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Columns This Running Life, Teri Saylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Running Psychology, Richard Ferguson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Down the Road, Cedric Jaggers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Running Through the Bluegrass, Tracy Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Ultra Running, Ray Krolewicz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 The Athlete’s Kitchen, Nancy Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Distance Memories, Scott Ludwig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Inspired Daily, Rae Ann Darling Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Learning from the Young Guns, Ryan Warrenburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 After the Run, Mary Marcia Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Master’s Running and Beyond, Lena Hollmann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Women’s Running, Carolyn Mather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
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ALABAMA Zydeco Crawfish 5K Gulf Shores, AL – 4/15 Male, Overall – Steve Harris 18:19. Masters – John Keahey 19:52. Grandmasters – Frank Malone 20:28. Senior Grandmasters – Tim Morrison 23:04. 9-under – Hayes Thomas 26:18, Gage Partridge 27:42, Champ Hill 27:45. 10-14 – Davis Amare 20:31, Brady Chavannes 22:59, Daniel Hill 23:19. 15-19 – Mark Brill 19:47, Chase Brill 25:12, Tyler Byrnes 25:34. 20-24 – Hunter Morris 22:41, Austin Morris 22:42, Michel Suiges 22:50. 25-29 – John Tanner 20:00, Boyd Siegel 20:09, John-David Swiger 20:59. 30-34 – Seth McGonigal 20:24, Adam Partridge 21:03, Gene Spivey 21:49. 35-39 – Scott Roberts 19:16, Danny Gonzalez 21:36, Paul Thompson 23:23. 40-44 – David Mortellaro 23:02, Chris Goff 23:09, Jason Royal 24:58. 45-49 – Lane Gilbert 22:32, Anthony Rice 22:58, Denys Driver 23:34. 50-54 – Christopher Zajac 20:47, Tim Lee 21:22, Rob Barnas 22:15. 55-59 – Geoffrey Wilkins 23:46, David Harris 25:40, Tim Kingston 29:02. 60-64 – Mick Seys 27:23, William Bradley 33:37, John McMillin 38:21. 65-69 - Bill Thomason 31:10, Ron Dennis 32:39, Richard Rydin 33:06. 70-74 – Richard Watley 27:14, Bob Teutsch 28:06, Charles Buchanan 30:06. 75-over – Peter Rabideau 28:41. Walkers – Larry Perry 37:23, Joseph Hill 37:25, Victor Nygaard 38:31. Female, Overall – Meredith Harris 22:02. Masters – Shelby Singleton 22:51. Grandmasters – Dawn Peterson 25:09. Senior Grandmasters – Deborah Renfroe 26:36. Wheelchair – Shand Oliver 28:20. 9-under – Gabrielle Ezrow 28:15, Ella Gilbert 29:06, Lulu McDonald 29:43. 10-14 – Kylie McDonald 23:47, Tori Taylor24:25, Leah Ezrow 24:28. 15-19 – Madeline Hirst 34:55, Kaylin Clark 36:28, Addison Dennis 37:58. 20-24 – Tia Hagy 28:24, Alison Ruckstuhl 33:08, Ashley Brokenshaw 36:39. 25-29 – Tiffany Law 22:43, Ashley Burt 25:08, Kerry Parks 25:41. 30-34 – Ashley Trosclair 23:50, Rebecca Beisner 24:44, Susan Losby 25:35. 3539 – Rachel Ellsworth 25:19, Kimberly Frank 25:21, Stacy Thornton 26:22. 40-44 – Emily Edmonds 25:57, Daphne Jerkins 26:01, Stacy Proffer 26:37. 45-49 – Tammy McKinney 23:41, Amy Higginbotham 24:42, Tricia Huey 25:56. 50-54 – Melissa Sanchez 26:13, Lisa Matlin-Thompson 26:32, Zondra Yarber 26:58. 55-59 – Melissa Foster 28:28, Kathy Salzmann 30:00, Paula Pearl 30:42. 60-64 – Sabine Schultz 27:35, Maureen Higgins 31:14, Pam Corwin 32:25. 65-69 – Deborah Endsley 31:28, Lynn Ruehl 32:30, Paula Odefey 33:53. 70-74 – Chris Cotterman 39:43, Ada Vines 41:34, Betty Lafferty 44:32. 75-over – Jane Tyler 44:00, Rena Keane 51:16, Bobbi Bemis 58:49. Walker – Angela Dees 37:07, Michelle Ward 38:55, Barbara Low 39:34.
Physicians Who Care 5K Gadsden, AL – 4/22 Male, Overall – Myles Scarano 15:46, Chris Mahaffey 16:59, Chris Edmondson 17:13. 9-under –Mark Valentine 34:27. 10-14 – Noah Monday 23:06, Max Valentine 23:17, Leo Feliciano 38:29. 15-19 – Daniel Tally 17:34, Jesse McElhaney 37:30. 20-24 – Alexander Beverly 18:20. 25-29 – Will Mackey 22:18, Torre Vann 29:04.30-34 – Festus Chemaoi 17:35, Brian Smith 23:19, Mark Gentry 23:25.
Start of the Swampers 5K on April 29 in Muscle Shoals, AL
35-39 –Matthew Oliver 24:30, Donald Rueger 37:41. 40-44 – Heath Simmons 19:08, Brian Valentine 21:53, Chip Lee 22:39. 45-49 – Eric Womack 26:00. 50-54 – Kevin Payne 23:21, Greg McDonald 25:41, Steve Roach 28:06. 55-59 – Bert Moses 24:01, Rocky Adkins 46:16. 60-64 – Frank Borgett 24:30, Tim Franklin 24:50. 65-69 – Dave Micale 23:21, Richard Dean 25:35. 70-over – Larry Ballard 29:58, Ted Hegenbarth 30:31, Jim Parham 30:54. Female, Overall – Yustyna Mudy-Mader 17:38, Megan Wasserman 18:45, Brandi Nichols 20:49. 9-under – Lucy Valentine 41:37. 10-14 – Alexis Valentine 21:29, Karina Simmons 22:53, Jenna Starkey 23:30. 15-19 – Catherine Harrison 24:06, Sidney Powers 39:21. 25-29 – Ashleigh Dean 28:26, Darion Smyly 41:20. 30-34 – Jennifer Stover 28:15, Krystin Gentry 29:02, Ashley Williams 30:00. 35-39 – Amy Harris 33:59, Farrah Kilgo 34:22. 40-44 – Mary Langley 26:57, Trecia Lee 30:16, Amy Gilbreath 31:56. 45-49 – Amy Kelley 21:41, Christy Richards 28:36, Elizabeth Wilson 31:39. 50-54 – Caroline Harrison 25:33, Cathy Garrett 30:10, Shelia Moore 31:51. 55-59 – Gina Morris 24:45, Belinda Crate 37:02. 60-64 – Joyce Roberson 43:57. Swampers 5K Muscle Shoals, AL - 4/29 Male, Overall - Adam Benefield 15:54, Ethan Corbett 18:01, Blake Yarbrough 18:26. Masters - Chris Jones 21:45. Grandmasters - Alex Godwin 22:11. 8-under - Cam Andrews 37:37, Jacob Harper 39:32, Carson Holt 40:24. 9-10 - Aiden Woody 24:06, Bodie Bozeman 25:37, Jack Parker Blalock 29:56. 11-13 Jordan Collum 22:07, Brock Carroll 25:16, Blake Graham 29:07. 14-16 - Steele Joiner 20:51, Zachary Granger 21:50, Braden Hall 23:44. 17-19 - Taylor Cooper 21:45, Zayne Parker 23:45, Nathan Fiscus 28:08. 20-24 - Thomas Brocato 20:41, Garrett Isbell 23:41, Yingchun Shi 24:48. 25-29 - Joey Isbell 22:18, John Pemberton 24:53, Todd Hornsby 24:59. 30-34 Christopher Hughes 19:39, Rodney Cox 20:09, Jessie Landrum 22:14. 35-39 - Will McCormack 19:18, Andrew Evans 21:37, Kyle Haddock 24:48. 40-44 - Thomas Pearce 21:51, Brad Btes 22:54, Kevin Raper 22:59. 4549 - Torrey Moore 23:50, Bryan Lindsey 23:53, Craig Perry 24:33. 50-54 - Terry Taylor 23:03, Jeff Isbell 25:24, Greg Blankenship 26:48. 55-59 - Jeff Aiken 23:59, Craig McCullough 26:11, Kermit Campbell 26:36. 60-64 - Paul Sheehan 23:17, John Aiken 24:45, Marty Evans 26:43. 65-69 - Wayne Heckler 22:29, Ferrell Dawson 24:42, Stan Walker 28:22. 70-over - Jim Upton 23:31, Albert Slusher 31:15, Larry Tall 41:54. Female, Overall - Maggie Graham 22:43, Amanda Glassock 24:07, Katie Foster 24:11. Masters - Sherea Burns 24:51. Grandmasters - Celia Rudolph 26:40. 8-under - Caleigh Lawson 35:54, Anna Penny 38:54, Kennedi Nelson 47:12. 9-10 - Sarah Hill-Hart 26:44, Charly Wilbanks 33:25, Karlie Lackey 34:29. 11-13 Allie Martin 26:23, Mckenzie Peden 28:11, Breanna Luna 28:50. 14-16 - Savannah Graham 25:47, Brooklyn Graham 27:05, Kristen Liles 29:55. 17-19 - Sarah Fiscus 30:22, Emily Lovelace 36:20, Emily Chatterson 48:32. 20-24 - L.B. Reynolds 31:36, Molly Hughes
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This Running Life Kindred Spirits Connect for Running Great Distances to Help Others Just after 5 p.m. on May 4, Rebecca Moxey was on the phone, calling in from the road after she and five other runners had checked into a Rocky Mount hotel for the night. They had completed the first 50 miles of a 170-mile journey across North Carolina, and she was feeling good, despite having run through several hard rainstorms. Their journey had started in Roanoke Rapids, a former mill town of 15,700 residents that sits along I-95 about eight miles south of the Virginia border in Eastern North Carolina. They were running south, on country roads that hugged the interstate, heading to Surf City where they would celebrate their own triumphs over mental illness and addiction and shine a light to help others. Growing up in Atlanta, Moxey had survived a harrowing childhood, suffering at the hands of a violent, alcoholic father, who was a prominent, well-known doctor. Her family kept this terrible family secret so close to their hearts, even after his suicide; neither their friends, nor the public knew what went on behind closed doors. Moxey, who was 18 and already a single mother when he died, didn’t even learn the true cause of his death for many months. “My family hid his suicide, and I didn’t learn the truth about his death until two years after he killed himself,” she said. By the time Moxey was 22, she was using alcohol to self-medicate. Her go-to drink was wine, and she described days hiding in her basement, drinking and trying to escape her demons. She married, expanded her family and continued to drink until 10 years ago, when she checked herself into a rehabilitation facility for 28 days. She came out clean, and at 55, while she still suffers from PTSD and anxiety, she no longer uses alcohol to soothe her pain. “I was completely broken and on my way to certain death, but I was able to get out of it and break the cycle that started with my father’s abuse,” she said. Taking baby steps, Moxley, who was always athletic, turned to running to help her cope during her rehabilitation. She started by going for short jogs on the facility’s grounds, and eventually she was running laps around the buildings. After her discharge, she expanded her activity, running, swimming and biking her way to two Ironman finishes. Along
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the way she met other moms who have struggled, and they formed Team Inspire. They all live near Wilmington and train together. In an interview with television station WWAY of Wilmington, Moxey said “for more than five years, the ladies of Team Inspire have been quietly helping each other through a variety of very difficult and emotional issues – mental and physical illness, addiction, PTSD, and suicide, to name a few. Now, our hope has grown so we want to share it with others. We will have a running dialogue as we cross the state holding out our hands so others may grasp them.” Last summer, Pam Rickard, a recovering alcoholic from Roanoke, Virginia, joined five ultra-marathon runners who had also suffered with mental illness and substance abuse and ran across the United States, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. where they appeared on a panel discussion at the Mental Health America Annual Conference on June 8, 2016. They named their run “Icebreaker” and used the opportunity to break through the stigma of mental health and addiction, and to invite others to tell their stories. The run was sponsored by The Herren Project, founded as a way to help others by NBA basketball player Chris Herren who also suffered from addiction. Rickard, 55, a longtime alcoholic with three DWI convictions, a term in jail and a stint in a rehabilitation center under her belt, was a decade into her recovery when she completed the 3,100-mile journey. She describes herself as a high functioning alcoholic who managed to complete seven marathons and qualify for the Boston Marathon five times during the years she was drinking. Sober since 2007, she has now run more than 65 marathons and ultra-marathons, including the week-long adventure race across the Gobi Desert in China, and a
100K trek through the Alps from Italy to France. Today, she is on the staff of the Herren Project, and builds racing teams to raise money to help those suffering from addiction take the first steps toward recovery through educational programs and setting examples. At one of her Ironman events, Moxey met Charlie Engel, a world-class ultramarathon runner who struggled through a troubled past and uses his experience to help others. He is the subject of a documentary, “Running the Sahara,” and recently released “Running Man,” a memoir chronicling his record-breaking run across the Sahara Desert and how running helped him overcome his drug addiction. Engel suggested Moxey reach out to Rickard. In Rickard, Moxey found a kindred spirit, and the two hit it off immediately. Last spring, when the Icebreaker team rambled through North Carolina, Moxey left her Wilmington home and drove until she connected with them and shared a few miles. From that moment, Moxey nurtured a burning desire to stage a similar run across North Carolina, and last fall, she called upon Team Inspire to brainstorm the possibilities. They first discussed running from the mountains to the coast, but realized they would not be able to spare the time away from their families and jobs. “We’re all working moms,” Moxey explained. “And we’re not speed demons either. The faster women run about a 10minute mile pace. Others run about 12 minutes a mile.” So they chose their 170-mile route from Roanoke Rapids to Surf City and reckoned if they could take turns running and cover 50 miles a day for three days, that would leave 20 miles for the fourth and final day. Each runner completed two or three legs of five miles each every day. They did not run at night. The team started out with six runners: Christine Whiteley, Dana Clark Little, Caryn Sutton, Jessica Clark Blackburn and Kimberly Martin, whose husband, Chris Martin, was one of the original Icebreaker runners. Rita Manley and Elethia Osborne joined the troupe along the way, and as they neared the finish line, other runners joined in until their num-
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2017 Semi-Annual Marathon & Long-Distance Directory JULY 4 - We the Runners Half Marathon, Cumming, GA. 7:30am/Half Marathon & 10K, 7:45am/5K, 9am/Sparkler Trot (10-under). Contact: Kim Hall 404-769-4408, email@example.com. JULY 8 - Moon Over Croom Trail Run, Brooksville, FL. 6pm/21 mi., 7pm/14 mi., 8pm/7 mi. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, firstname.lastname@example.org. JULY 8 - White Lightning Half Marathon & 5K, Pikeville, KY. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
Grandfather Mountain Marathon July 8, 2017 • 6:30am Boone, NC Course: Begins in football stadium at Appalachian State and ending on the track at the Highland Games (Grandfather Mountain). Entry Limit: 400. Time Limit: 6.5 hrs. 2016 entrants: 350. Avg temp.: 75ºF. Contact: John Weaver 135 Jack Branch Dr., Boone, NC 28608 828-262-3074 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hopeformarrow.org/gmminfo.htm JULY 9 - XTERRA Harbison Half Marathon & 5K, Columbia, SC. 7am/Half, 7:10am/5K. Contact: Victoria Seahorn 404-421-3231, email@example.com. JULY 15 - Hotter ‘N Hell Trail Race 18 & 9 Mile Trail Race, Birmingham, AL. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. JULY 15 - The Scream! Half Marathon, Jonas Ridge, NC. 8am. Contact: Glory Hound Events 828-400-5868, email@example.com. JULY 16 - Run Into Summer Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Snellville, GA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. JULY 21 - Tread Nightly Half Marathon & 4 Miler, Charlotte, NC. 8pm. Contact: Jimmy Lawler 704-391-3900, email@example.com. JULY 22 - Full mOOn 50K & 25K, Perryville, AR. 7pm, 8pm; Blind/Visually Impaired Div. Contact: Susy Chandler 501-837-3104, firstname.lastname@example.org.
JULY 23 Nova Scotia Marathon Half Marathon & 10K Barrington, Nova Scotia, CN 47th Annual. 8am/AST. Full Half & 10K Distance - Scenic route, fishing villages, beaches, relatively flat route. Canadian Certification. Entry Limit: 400. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2016 entrants: 333. Avg. temp. 70F. Contact: Anna Kenney, POB 100, Barrington, Nova Scotia, Canada B0W 1E0, 902-637-2903, email@example.com, www.barringtonmunicipality.com. JULY 29 - XTERRA Panther Creek Trail Run, Morristown, TN. 8am/Half Marathon & 4.2 Mile. Contact: Ryan Roma 865-356-6984, firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUG. 26 - Patrick Henry Half Marathon, Ashland, VA. 7am. Contact: 804-285-9495, email@example.com.
Looking For a Fall Marathon? If you are looking for a marathon to train for in the fall, you’ve come to the right place. In the following pages, you will find our semi-annual Marathon and Long Distance Directory with lots of choices for not only marathons, but other great long distance events. The directory covers distances from the 20K to the ultra. We have listed long distance races from across the south as well as various events outside of our region. You will find both large events and small, fast courses and those more challenging, races in large cities and small towns. Whatever type of race you are looking for, we think you will find it in this directory. Whether you are a first-time marathoner or a seasoned veteran, it’s important to choose your race and get your entry in early. Many races fill up early and you don’t want to be left out. Once you’ve registered, you’ll have plenty of time to train for your big day. We wish you the best and hope you have the time of your life! Be sure to check the Running Journal website calendar (www.running.net) often as we make frequent updates to our race calendar throughout the year. JULY 30 Wampus Cats Marathon Sandpoint, ID to Clarkfork, ID 2nd Annual. 6:30am/Marathon, 7:30am/Half Marathon, 9am/ Relays & 5K. North Idaho Highway 200, well marked, well supervised; USATF. 2016 entrants: 35. Avg. temp. 60 to 75. Contact: Emory Clark, Wampus Cats Marathon, POB 1053, Airway Heights, WA 99001, 509-701-5388, firstname.lastname@example.org. JULY 30 - Run Thru The Park Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Loganville, GA. 7am. Contact: email@example.com. JULY 30 - Riley’s Rumble Half Marathon & 8K, Boyds, MD. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. AUG. 5 - Still Hollow Half Marathon & 10K, Chattanooga, TN. 7:30am. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 5 - 3 H Trail Half Marathon, King George, VA. 8am. Contact: Vic Culp 540-310-4803, firstname.lastname@example.org. AUG. 6 - Blister in the Sun Marathon, Cookeville, TN. 7am. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 12 - Ben Moore Memorial Half Marathon & 10K, Annapolis, MD. 7:30am. Contact: Ron Bowman 410-573-1929, firstname.lastname@example.org. AUG. 12 - Lynchburg Half Marathon, Lynchburg, VA. 7:30am/Half Marathon, 8am/5K. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 12 - Mountain Trail Challenge, Marlington, WV. 8:30am/Half Marathon, 8:40am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. AUG. 13 - Rockin’ The LP Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Snellville, GA. 7:30am. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 19 - Area 13.1 Half Marathon, Roswell, GA. 7pm/Half, 7:10pm/Terrestrial 5K. Contact: Mike Buckelew 404-542-7123, firstname.lastname@example.org. AUG. 19 - Howard’s Run Festival 25K, Cumberland, MD. 7am/25K, 8am/5K. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 19 - Parkersburg News & Sentinel Half Marathon, Parkersburg, WV. 8am/half, 8:10am/2-Mile Race. 8/20: Junior Races & Tiny
Tot Trot. Contact: Art Smith 304-485-1891 firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUG. 20 - Leesburg 20K, Leesburg, VA. 7:30am/20K, 7:48am/5K, 7:55am/Kid’s FR. Contact: email@example.com. AUG. 26 - Ridge to Blazing Ridge Trail 21 Mile & 10.5 Mile, Pelham, AL. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mesa Falls Marathon
August 26, 2017 Ashton, Idaho ✖Race Start Times/Accompanying races: 6:30am-Marathon & Relay, 8:30am-Half Marathon. 10K, 5K, 1 Mile. ✖Course (USATF): 9 miles gravel road, 3 miles trail, 14 miles blacktop, 1 hill; forest and open fields. ✖Time Limit: 8 hrs. ✖2016 entrants: 150. ✖Avg. temp: 50's to 70's.
Contact: Dave Jacobson P.O. Box 548, Ashton, ID 83420 208-360-9507• email@example.com www.mesafallsmarathon.com
AUG. 26 High Country Half Marathon Boone, NC 7th Annual. 7:30am. Prize $: $1,500 (need to run all three races in Triple Crown - The Cub, The Knob). Course starts at ASU football stadium and winds rural backroads to the town of Blowing Rock. Spectacular views, downhill finish. Entry Limit: 350. Time Limit: 4 1/2 hrs. 2016 entrants: 250. Avg. temp. 5775º. Contact: Mary Sheryl Horine, ASU Box 32102, Boone, NC 28608, 828-262-7557, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.triplecrown.appstate.edu. AUG. 26 - Dirt Dash Marathon & Half Marathon, Charleston, SC. 7:30am/Marathon & Half Marathon. 8:30am/10K & 5K. Contact: email@example.com.
AUG. 27 - August Madness Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Snellville, GA. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 2 - Tortoise and the Hare 1/2 Marathon & 10K, Canton, GA. 7am/Half, 9am/10K. Contact: Toni McAlister 678-400-9050, email@example.com. SEPT. 2 - Under Armour Charles Street 12, 12 Miles, Towson, MD. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 2 - Race 13.1 Nashville Half Marathon, Nashville, TN. 7:30am. 10K & Best Buddies 5K. Contact: email@example.com. SEPT. 2 - Shenandoah Half Marathon, Luray, VA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 2 - Charleston Distance Run 15-Miler, Charleston, WV. 7:30am (all events). 3-Person 15 Mile Relay, 5K Races + 5K Walk. Contact: email@example.com.
Tupelo Marathon and 13.1 Miler September 3, 2017 • 5:00am Tupelo, MS Prize Money: $450. Course (USATF): Paved roads, twoloop residential. Entry Limit: 750. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2016 entrants: 644. Avg. temp.: 85˚F. Contact: David Branner Tupelo Running Club, POB 511 Tupelo, MS 38802 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tupelorunningclub.net SEPT. 2-3 Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon Virginia Beach, VA 9/2: Mile on the Sand, 8:30am. 9/3: Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Contact: Competitor Group 858-450-6510, 800-311-1255, www.runrocknroll.com/virginia-beach. SEPT. 9 - The Rugged Red Trail Half Marathon, Slade, KY. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
SEPT. 9 Wabash Trace Nature Trail Marathon & Half Marathon Shenandoah, IA 6th Annual. 8am & 9am. Marathon & Relay, Half Marathon. 5K, 4K Depot to Depot Run. Prize $: 1st-3rd Overall - gift certificates. Winner-$200, 2nd $100, 3rd $50 (M/F). Point to point Malvern to Shenandoah, on trail, flat shaded. Half Marathon is Imogene to Shenandoah. USATF. Time Limit: 6 hrs. Largest entered: 460. Avg. temp. 68.5º. Contact: Shelly Warner, Race Director, Shenandoah Chamber & Industry Assn., 619 W. Sheridan Ave., Shenandoah, IA 51601, 712-246-3455, chamber@ shenandoahiowa.net, www.shenandoahiowa.net, www.getmeregistered.com.
www.running.net SEPT. 9 - The Lake Cumberland Half Marathon, Somerset, KY. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 9 - Run 4 Shelter Half Marathon, Stevensville, MD. Note: This year will be a night run. 10K & 5K Race/Walk, & 2 Mile Walk. Contact: Krista Pettit 410-739-4363.
Running Journal • June, 2017 SEPT. 16 - Abebe Bikila Day International Peace Marathon & Half Marathon, Washington, DC. 7am & 8am/non-competitive start; 9am/competitive start. Contact: Jay Jacob Wind 703-927-4833, email@example.com. SEPT. 17 - Revenge of the Penguins, 20 Miler & 10 Miler, Carderock, MD. 8am. Contact: 703-906-3766, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 9 - Race 13.1 Greenville, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Greenville, SC. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
SEPT. 17 - Hokie Half Marathon, Blacksburg, VA. 7am/Half, 7:30am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 9 - Great Smoky Mountains Half Marathon, Townsend, TN. 7am. Contact: Salem Stanley 949-295-3302, email@example.com.
SEPT. 9 - High Bridge Half Marathon, Farmville, VA. 7:30am/Half, 8am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 9 - Odyssey Trail Running Rampage 40 Miles, Marathon, Half & 6 Miler, Millboro, VA. 7am/40 Mile. 8:30am/Marathon. 10am/Half, 11:30am/6 Miler. Contact: Odyssey Adventure Racing 540-444-4422, HQ@oarevents.com.
Run & Ride Half Marathon at Carowinds
September 10, 2017 • 7am Charlotte, NC Accompanying races (USATF): 9/10: Quarter & Half Marathon 7am; 9/9: 5K & 1 Mile. Course (USATF): Combine the thrill of the ride with the thrill of the run! Run & Ride is excited to be returning to Carowinds, where you will experience a one-of-a-kind run through the amusement park and then take to some of the best coasters in the country. Entry Limit: 500. Time Limit: 3 hrs. 2016 entrants: 450. Avg. temp.: 700F. Contact: Mike Spiller, 520A 6th St., Front Royal, VA 22630; 202-438-9084 email@example.com www.runandriderace.com SEPT. 10 - Stanky Creek 50K, 25K, Marathon & Half Marathon, Bartlett, TN. 7am/50K & Marathon, 7:30am/25K & Half Marathon. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 15-16 - Divas Half Marathon in DC’s Wine Country, Leesburg, VA. 9/15: 6:15pm/5K; 9/16: 7:30am/Half Marathon. Contact: www.runlikeadiva.com. SEPT. 16 - Arkansas 20K, Benton, AR. 7am. Contact: email@example.com
Navy-Air Force Half Marathon September 17, 2017 • 7am Washington, DC Accompanying race: Navy 5 Miler. Course: USATF. Entry Limit: 9,000-Half; 3,000-5 mi. Time Limit: Half - 3 hr., 15 min., 5-Miler - 1 hr., 40 min. 2016 entants: 7,000-Half, 2,500-5 mi. Contact: Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling MWR, 12 Brookley Ave. Washington, DC 20032 firstname.lastname@example.org www.navyhalf.com
Ely Marathon & Boundary Waters Bank Half Marathon September 23, 2017 Ely, MN Race Start Times: 7:30am/Marathon, 8am/Half Marathon, 8:45am/Dorothy's Dash Kids Marathon, 7pm/Northern Lights 5K Glow Run (Friday, Sept. 22). Course (USATF): Beautiful race around lakes and in the trees!
Time Limit:18 min. mile. 2016 Entrants: 700. Avg. Temp: 55ºF, Contact: Wendy Lindsay 229 E. Sheridan St., Ely, MN 55731 218-206-4702 • email@example.com www.elymarathon.com SEPT. 23 - ARX Half Marathon, Asheville, NC. 7:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 16 - Winslow Run Half Marathon & 5K, Winslow, AR. 8am. Contact: Terry Bumgardner 501-837-3599, email@example.com.
SEPT. 23 - Table Rock Ultras, 50K & 30K, Morganton, NC. 7am/50K, 7:30am/30K. Contact: Mark Rostan 828-261-6275, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 16 - Bankmule Long Haul - Half Marathon & 5K, Van Lear, KY. 8am. Contact: email@example.com.
SEPT. 23 - Bays Mountain 15 Mile Trail Race, Kingsport, TN. 8am. Contact: Mark Skelton 423-345-2335 (h), 423-272-4812 (o), firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 16 - Marine Corps Half Marathon & 5 Mile, Camp Lejeune, NC. 7am. Contact: 910-451-0025, email@example.com.
SEPT. 23 - Barnum Rail Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, Keyser, WV. 8am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 16 - Run For Green Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Davidson, NC. 7:30am. Contact: email@example.com. SEPT. 16 - Mulberry Island Half Marathon, Ft. Eustis, VA. 7:30am/5K, 8am/Half Marathon. Contact: Jake Richmond 757-878-6075, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 24 - Mystery Mountain Marathon & 12 Miler, Chatsworth, GA. 8am. Contact: email@example.com. SEPT. 24 - DCRRC National Capital 20 Miler, Potomac, MD. 7am/20 Miler, 7:20am/5 Miler. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 24 - Race 13.1 Charlotte Half Marathon& 8K, Charlotte, NC. 7am. Contact: 866-561-5651 (x301), email@example.com.
OCT. 14 - Arkansas Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K Run & 5K Walk/Run, Booneville, AR. Contact: 479-675-2666, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 24 - Bluegrass Half Marathon & Relay, Johnson City, TN. 7:30am. Contact: Karen Hubbs 423-946-0519, email@example.com.
OCT. 14 - Jacksonville Marine Corps 1/2 Marathon & Freedom 5K, Jacksonville, FL. 7am. Contact: 1st Place Sports 904-731-1900, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.1stplacesports.com.
SEPT. 30 KY History Half Marathon Frankfort, KY
OCT. 14 - The Cannonball Greensboro’s Marathon & Half Marathon, Greensboro, NC. 8am/Marathon & Half Marathon, 8:30am/5K. Contact: 336-793-4311, email@example.com.
3rd Annual. 8am/half marathon, 8:10am/10K, 8:20am/5K. A mix of flat land and challenging hills that takes runners past fascinating historical sites, highlighted by the ‘Mile of Remembrance’ through one of the nation’s oldest public cemeteries, where Daniel Boone is interred. Time Limit: 3 hrs., 30 min. 2016 entrants: 576. Avg. temp. 70ºF. Contact: Laurel Harper, Kentucky Historical Society, 100 W. Broadway, Frankfort, KY 40601, 502-564-1792, firstname.lastname@example.org., www.kyhistoryhalf.com. SEPT. 30 - Freedom’s Run Marathon & Half Marathon, Shepherdstown, WV. 7:30am/marathon; 8:30am/half; 8:50am/5K, 9am/10K, 11am/1 Mile Kids FR. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 1 - Prince William Half Marathon, Bristow, VA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7 - John Holmes 50K, 16 Mile & 9 Mile Trail Run, Brooksville, FL. 7am/50K, 8am/16 mi. & 9 mi. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, email@example.com. OCT. 7 - Under the Oaks Half Marathon, Jekyll Island, GA. 7:30am/Half Marathon; 10K/8am; 5K/8:15am. Contact: Ginger Strehle 912-634-8177, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7 - Race 13.1 Raleigh Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Raleigh, NC. 7:15am. Contact: 866-561-5651 (ext. 301), email@example.com. OCT. 7 - Southern Tennessee Power Classic Half Marathon, Winchester, TN. 7am/Half, 7:15am/5K FR/Walk. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7-8 - Southernmost Marathon & Half Marathon, Key West, FL. 10/7: 5:30am/Marathon, 5:45am/Half. 10/8: 7:30am/10K & 5K. Contact: 954-213-6699, email@example.com. OCT. 7-8 - Run Oxford Race Weekend, Oxford, MS. 7:30am. Half Marathon, 8 Mile & 5K. Contact: Marvin King 662-715-9423, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7-8 - Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon. Hampton, VA. 10/7: 8am/5K, 9:30am/Kids 1K; 10/8: 8am/Half Marathon. Contact: J&A Racing 757-412-1056, email@example.com. OCT. 8 - Race 13.1 Little Rock Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, Little Rock, AR. 7am. Contact: 866-561-5651 (x301), firstname.lastname@example.org.
Run Crazy Horse Marathon, Half Marathon & 5-Person Marathon Relay October 8, 2017 • 8am Crazy Horse, SD ✖Accompanying Races: 5K & Kids 1K. ✖Course (USATF): Run in the shadow of the world's largest mountain carving, Crazy Horse Memorial, to finish in Hill City, SD. ✖Time Limit: 7 hrs. ✖2016 entrants: 1,100. ✖Avg. temp: 55º. Contact: Emily Wheeler 8510 Kings Ct., Rapid City, SD 57702 605-390-6137 email@example.com
www.RunCrazyHorse.com OCT. 8 - Charlottesville Fall Classic Half Marathon & 10K, Charlottesville, VA. 7am. Contact: 434-218-0402, firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCT. 14 - Bethel Half Marathon & 5K, Waynesville, NC. 8:30am. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 14 - Lowcountry Trail Half Marathon & 5K, Johns Island (Charleston County), SC. 8:30am. Contact: 843-795-4386, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 14 - Famously Hot Pink Half Marathon, Columbia, SC. 7:15am/Half, 7:45am/10K & 5K, 7:50am/Walk for Life. Contact: Kristin Hudson 803-351-0297, email@example.com. OCT. 15 - Fayetteville Firefighters Hero Half Marathon, Fayetteville, AR. 8am. Contact: Melissa Caffrey 479-387-7116, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 15 - Iron Horse Half Marathon & 12K, Midway, KY. 8am. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 15 - Crooked River Half Marathon, Hiltons, VA. 3pm. Contact: Mark Skelton 423-272-4812 (w), firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 15 - 7 Bridges Marathon & 4 Bridges Half Marathon, Chattanooga, TN. 7am/Marathon & Relay, 7:30am/Half Marathon, 7:45am/2 Bridges 5K. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 21 - Soaring Wings of Conway Half Marathon & 10K, Conway, AR. 7am. 2-Person Relay. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 21 - Urban Bourbon Half Marathon, Louisville, KY. 8:30am. Contact: 502-587-7767, email@example.com. OCT. 21 - Baltimore Running Festival, Baltimore, MD. 8am/Marathon, 7:30am/5K, 9:45am/Half Marathon, 9:20am/ Kids FR. Contact: Customer Service 410-605-9381, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 21 - Medoc Trail Races, Marathon, 10 Mile & 5K, Hollister, NC. 8:30am. Contact: email@example.com OCT. 21 - Go Commando Half Marathon, Clarksville, TN. 7:30am/Half, 8am/5K, 10:30am/Kid’s FR. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 21 - The Haunted Half Marathon, Cookeville, TN. 7am. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 21 - Rock and Road Relay Marathon, Nashville, TN. 8am/Marathon Relay, 8:30am/5K. Contact: 901-274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 21-22 - Athens GA Half Marathon, Athens, GA. 10/21: 3:30pm/5K. 10/22: 7:30am/Half Marathon. Contact: 706-548-1973, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCT. 21-22 Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon Myrtle Beach, SC 8th Annual. 10/22: 7am/Half Marathon. 10/21: 7:30am/ Coastal 5K, 9:15am/Doggie Dash. This amazing course features the best of Myrtle Beach with over 5 miles of oceanfront running! USATF. Entry Limit Half: 4,000. Time Limit: 3.5 hrs. (half). Avg. temp.: 45º start/66º finish. Contact: email@example.com, www.runmyrtle beach.com.
Don’t miss our next Semi-Annual Marathon & Long-Distance Directory (Jan. thru June 2018 events). Part of our December 2017 issue.
Running Journal • June, 2017
OCT. 22 Running For The Bay 2017 Apalachicola Bay, FL 8th Annual. 7:15am/all races. Marathon, Half Marathon, Ultra 50K, 10K & 5K. Flat and fast, @ sea level, most beautiful course. USATF/All Distances. Time Limit: 8 hrs. 2016 entrants: 600. Avg. temp. 75ºF. Contact: Mark Henderson - friends@runningforthe bay.com, www.runningforthebay.com.
PNC Atlanta 10 Miler & 5K
October 22, 2017 • 7:30am Atlanta, GA
OCT. 29 - Halloween Halfathon & 5K Race, Ft. De Soto Park, FL. 7:05am. Contact: 727-347-4440, info@FLRoadRaces.com www.floridroadraces.com. OCT. 29 - Lighthouse Loop Half Marathon, Port Orange, FL. 7am/Half, 7:15am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 4 - Huntsville Half Marathon - Huntsville, AL. 8am. Contact: Marty & Carol Eaton 256-882-3706, email@example.com. NOV. 4 - Midsouth Championship Marathon & Half Marathon, Wynne, AR. 8am. Contact: Ethan T. Cook 870-208-6523, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 4 - River Valley Half Marathon, Fort Smith AR. 9am. 10K & 5K. Contact: Tyson Simon 479-649-8815, email@example.com.
Prize Money: TBD. Course (USATF): Starting and ending at Atlanta Station, the challenging course winds through West Midtown and Buckhead. Cheer zones at every mile help push you through the hills and finish strong.
NOV. 4 - Schaeffer Half Marathon Trail Run, Germantown, MD. 9am/Half, 10:30am/10K, 12pm/Free Kids Race (ages 211). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time Limit: 2 hr., 40 min. 2016 Entrants: 4,000. Avg. Temp: 65ºF. Contact: Natalie Demarko 404-231-9064 (x128) email@example.com www.atlantatrackclub.org/2017-pncatlanta-10-miler-5k
NOV. 4-5 Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & Half Marathon Savannah, GA
OCT. 22 - Quintiles/MS Bull City Race Fest Half Marathon, Durham, NC. 7:30am/Half Marathon, 8:15am/5 Mile, 8:30am/1 mile. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 22 - GoGirlRun Memphis, Women’s Half Marathon, Memphis, TN. 7am/Half Marathon, 7:15am/5K. Contact: 573-445-2664, email@example.com. OCT. 22 - Marine Corps Marathon, Washington, DC. 7:55am/Marathon, 9:15am/10K. Contact: 800-786-8762, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - The Life Without Limits Half Marathon, Florence, AL. 8am/Half Marathon, 8:15am/5K, 9:15am/1 Mile FR. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 28 - Silver Comet Marathon & Half Marathon, Mableton, GA. Time: tba Contact: 404-422-2195, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - New Orleans Jazz Half Marathon & 5K, New Orleans, LA. 7am. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 28 - Triple Lakes Trail Races, Greensboro, NC. 8am. 40K & 40 Mile & Relay, Half Marathon. Contact: 336-793-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - Peak to Creek Marathon, Morganton, NC. 8am. Contact: David & Rhonda Lee 828-432-6664, email@example.com. OCT. 28 - Race 13.1 Charleston Half Marathon, 10K 5K, Charleston, SC. 8am. Contact: 866-561-5651 (ext. 301), firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - Historic Georgetown SC Bridge 2 Bridge Half Marathon, Georgetown, SC. 7:30am. 12K & 5K Run/Walk. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 28 - The Haunted Half Marathon, Kingsport, TN. 9:30am/Half Marathon & 2 or 4-Person Relay. Contact: Hank Brown 423-963-1045, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - Rivanna Greenbelt Marathon, Charlottesville, VA. 6:30am. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 29 - Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Half Marathon, Cocoa Beach, FL. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV. 4 - Meleah Mikeal Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Lenoir, NC.9am. Contact: Zack Carter 828-757-2196, email@example.com.
11/4: 7:30am/Marathon, Half Marathon, 2-Person Half Marathon Relay. 11/5: 1pm-3pm 5K & 1 Mile. Contact: Competitor Group 858-450-6510, 800-3111255, www.runrocknroll.com/savannah/ NOV. 5 - Sun Capital Half Marathon & 5K, Boca Raton, FL 6:30am/Half, 6:35am/5K. Contact: Tom Vladimir 561-361-1950, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 5 - XTERRA Wildhorse Trail Run, Dover, FL. 8am/Half Marathon & 10K, 8:10am/10 Mile & 4 Mile. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, email@example.com. NOV. 5 - Fort Myers Marathon & Half Marathon, Fort Myers, FL. 6:30am/Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am/5 Miler, 7:05am/ 5K. Contact: 239-653-7704, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 5 - bg26.2 & Half Marathon, Bowling Green, KY. 7am/cst. 7:30am/6K. Contact: Lilly Riherd 270-791-2346, email@example.com.
NOV. 5 Bass Pro Shops Marathon Half Marathon, Relay & 5K Springfield, MO
www.running.net NOV. 10 - Cross Country Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, Springfield, VA. 8am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 11 - Fayetteville Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Fayetteville, AR. 7:15am. Contact: email@example.com. NOV. 11 - Red Ribbon Half Marathon, Lakeland, FL. 6:30am/Half, 7am/5K, 8am/Kids FR. Contact: InnerAct Alliance 863-802-0777, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon, Half Marathon, Jr Marathon & Fort Oglethorpe 5K November 11, 2017 Fort Oglethorpe, GA Start Time (EST): 7:30am/Marathon & Half; 8am/5K; 12pm/Jr. Marathon. Course (USATF): This well-supported, family-friendly race winds through the oldest and largest of America's Civil War parks. The mostly paved course is challenging but not extraordinarily difficult and features many historical markers of the 1863 battle. RRCA Georgia State Championship. Entry Limit: 1,500. Time Limit: 6 hrs. 2016 entrants: 1,500. Avg. temp.: low 410/high 640. Contact: Chattanooga Track Club Jenni Berz, POB 11241 Chattanooga, TN 37401 423-842-6265 email@example.com www.battlefieldmarathon.com NOV. 11 - Miles for Maria Epic Run for Epilepsy, Powder Springs, GA. 8am. 1/3/6/12/24 Hour Options. Contact: Mark Vescio 678-895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 11 - Novant Health Charlotte Marathon, Charlotte, NC. 7:30am/marathon, relay & half marathon; 7:45am/5K. Contact: email@example.com. NOV. 11 - Summerville Sweet Tea Half Marathon, Summerville, SC. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
11th Annual. 7am. Mostly flat with some very gentle rolling hills; takes runners through the city of Springfield; voted the most beautiful marathon in MO by TimetoKickButts.com; Boston Qualifier; USATF. Entry Limit: 700 for Marathon. Time Limit: 8 hours; sidewalks after 6.5 hours. 2016 entrants: 3,500. Avg. temp. low 60s. Contact: Melissa Bondy, 2500 East Kearney, Springfield, MO 65898, 417-873-5354, email@example.com, http:// fitness.basspro.com.
NOV. 11 - Hills and Hollers Half Marathon & 5K, Thompson’s Station, TN. 8am/Half, 8:10am/5K, 7:45am/Little Holler Run (Sprint for Kids 7-under). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV. 5 - BCBSNC City of Oaks Marathon, Half Marathon & Relay, Raleigh, NC. 7am/Marathon, Half Relay & 10K. 7:20am/5K. 7:30am/ Kids’ Mile. Contact: 919-396-5968, email@example.com.
NOV. 11-12 - TowneBank Outerbanks Marathon & Half Marathon, Kitty Hawk to Manteo, NC. 11/12: 7am/Marathon & Half Marathon. 11/11: 8:45am/8K, 9:30am/5K, 11:45am/Diaper Dash. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV. 5 - Port City Orthopaedics Battleship North Carolina Half Marathon & Battleship 5K, Wilmington, NC. 8am/half, 8:10am/5K. Contact: Ed Fore 910-398-5539, email@example.com.
NOV. 12 - Michelob Ultra Fort Lauderdale 13.1 Marathon, Fort Lauderdale, FL. 6:35am/Half, 7:15am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV. 5 - Marshall University/St. Marys Marathon, Huntington, WV. 7am/Marathon & Half Marathon, Half Marathon Relay; 7:15am/5K. Contact: email@example.com.
NOV. 12 - Woodrow Wilson Bridge Half Marathon & 6K, Alexandria, VA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOV. 11 - Anthem Richmond Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K, Richmond, VA. 7am. Contact: Race Director 804-285-9495, email@example.com.
NOV. 12 - Virginia Running Festival Half Marathon, Newport News, VA. 7am/half, 9:45am/5K, 10:45am/400meter FR. Contact: Flat Out Events 757-880-8843, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Pensacola Marathon Presented by Publix November 12, 2017 • 6:30am Pensacola, FL Accompanying Races: Half Marathon, 5K, Subway Kids Fun Run. Course (USATF): Runners enjoy historic Pensacola, water views, neighborhoods and a start and finish at Veteran's Memorial Park which includes the nation's only replica of the National Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC. 2016 entrants: Full-372, Half-959, 5K-183. Avg temp.: 72/54 (average high/low).
Contact: Pensacola Sports Jason Libbert, 101 W. Main St. Pensacola, FL 32502 850-434-2800 email@example.com www.marathonpensacola.com NOV. 18 - White River Marathon for Kenya & Half Marathon, Cotter, AR. 7am. 5K Run/Walk. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 18 - Soldier Marathon, Half Marathon & Marathon Relay, Columbus, GA. 8am/Marathon/Half/Relay & 5K. Contact: email@example.com. NOV. 18 - Annapolis Running Classic Half Marathon & 10K, Annapolis, MD. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 18 - Magnolia Marathon & Half Marathon, Meridian, MS. 7am. Contact: Bonnie Earley 601-917-6602, Tim Irvine 601-9389873, email@example.com.
Mayberry 1/2 Marathon 10K & 5K November 18, 2017 Mount Airy, NC
Prize Money: $700.00. Start Times: 8am/Half Marathon, 8:15am/ 10K, 8:30am/5K. Course: Come run this scenic course that includes two Greenways and running through historic "Mayberry" and downtown Mt. Airy. Entry Limit: 1,500 per race. Time Limit: 1/2 Marathon - 3 hours. 2016 entrants: 600. Avg temp.: High 65/Low 36.
Contact: Darren Lewis 113 S. Renfro St., Mount Airy, NC 27030 336-786-8313 • firstname.lastname@example.org http://mayberryhalf.itsyourrace.com NOV. 18 - Secret City Half Marathon & 5K, Oak Ridge, TN. 9am/Half Marathon, 9:15am/5K. Contact: Lisa Kendall 865-685-5821, email@example.com. NOV. 18-19 - Blue Moon Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon, Virginia Beach, VA. 11/18: 5K 8am, Kids Race 9:30am; 11/19: Half Marathon & Relay 7:30am. Contact: J&A Racing 757-412-1056, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 19 - St. Petersburg Half Marathon, St. Petersburg, FL. 7am. Contact: Claire Jordan 603-630-4241, email@example.com.
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Magic City Half Marathon & 5K November 19, 2017 Birmingham, AL Prize Money: $3,000. Start Times: 8am/Half Marathon, 8:15am/5K, 8:45am/1 Mile Fun Run. Course (USATF): Scenic run through downtown Birmingham. Mostly flat courses with a few rolling hills on the half marathon route with a finish behind home plate of Regions Field. Entry Limit: 3,000. Time Limit: 4 hrs. 2016 entrants: 2,000. Avg. temp.: 50ºF. Contact: Jeremey Davis, P.O. Box 6591, Greenville, SC 29606 864-420-5169 • firstname.lastname@example.org www.magiccityrun.com NOV. 19 - X-Country Marathon, 30K & Half Marathon, Lithia, FL. 7:30am/Marathon & 30K, 8am/half, 8:30am/5K. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, email@example.com. NOV. 19 - Harpeth Hills Flying Monkey Marathon, Nashville, TN. 8am. Contact: Trent Rosenbloom 615-356-7277, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 23 - Subaru Distance Classic 1/2 Marathon & 6K, Jacksonville, FL. 8am. Contact: 1st Place Sports 904-731-1900, email@example.com, www.1stplacesports.com
Running Journal • June, 2017 DEC. 2 - OUC Orlando Half Marathon, Orlando, FL. 7:30am/Half, 7:40am/5K. Contact: Track Shack Events 407-896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 16 - Ameris Bank Jacksonville Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, Jacksonville, FL. 7am. Contact: 1st Place Sports 904-731-1900, email@example.com, www.1stplacesports.com.
DEC. 2 - Baton Rouge Beach Marathon & Half Marathon, Baton Rouge, LA. 7am. Contact: Craig S. Watson 225-292-3800, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 16 - Ole Man River Half Marathon & 5K, Gretna, LA. 8am. Contact: 504-304-2326, email@example.com.
DEC. 2 - St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend, Memphis, TN. Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, 5K & Kids Marathon. Contact: Erin Martin 800-565-5112, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 17 - JG 13.1 - Jeff Galloway Half Marathon, Atlanta, GA. 8am. Barb’s 5K & Fit Kids Run/Walk on 12/16. Contact: 800-200-2771 (x306), email@example.com, https://jeffgalloway131.com.
DEC. 3 - The FitTeam Palm Beaches Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, West Palm Beach, FL. 6:30am/marathon, half marathon, relay; 6:45am/5K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ultra Events “Go Beyond the Marathon”
Rocket City Marathon
December 9, 2017 • 7am Huntsville, AL Prize Money: $7,150. Course (USATF): Flat, fast, run, great temperatures. Run through the Space and Rocket Center. Entry Limit: 1,750. Time Limit: 6 hours. 2016 entrants: 1,500. Avg. temp.: 42º. Contact: Suzanne Taylor 2722 Carl T. Jones Dr., Ste. 2B Huntsville, AL 35763 256-650-7063 email@example.com. www.runrocketcity.com
Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon
DEC. 9-10 - Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathon & Half Marathon Pass Christian, MS. 12/10: 7am/Marathon & Half. 12/9: 8am/5K, 9:30am/1.2 Mile Kids Marathon. Contact: 888-786-2001, firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 23, 2017 • 7:30am Atlanta, GA
DEC. 9 - Cajun Country Half Marathon, 10K & 5K, Lafayette, LA. 7am. Contact: Scott 337-781-9416, email@example.com.
Prize Money: TBD. Accompanying races: 5K, One Mile & 50m dash. Course (USATF): For over 30 years, Atlanta runners and walkers have earned their turkey at the Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon!
Time Limit: 3 hr., 30 min. 2016 Entrants: 12,000. Avg. Temp: 42ºF. Contact: Natalie Demarko 404-231-9064 (x128) firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantatrackclub.org/2017thanksgiving-day-half-marathon-5k NOV. 23 - Thanksgiving Day Gobble Wobble Half Marathon, Cumming, GA. 7:30am/Half, 8am/5K. Contact: email@example.com. NOV. 25 - Kaiser Realty By Wyndham Vacation Rentals Coastal Half Marathon & 5K, Orange Beach, AL. CST. 8am/half marathon, 8:10am/5K, 8:25am/1 Mile FR. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 25 - Mississippi Coast Marathon & Half Marathon, Stennis Space Center, MS. 8am/Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K. Contact: Leonard Vergunst 228-380-7037, email@example.com. NOV. 26 - Space Coast Marathon & Marathon Relay. Cocoa, FL. 6:30am/Marathon, 7:15am/Relay. Contact: Christa Mudd 321-751-8890, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 9 - Race 13.1 Durham, Half Marathon, Durham, NC. 7:30am. Contact: 866-561-5651 (ext. 301), email@example.com. DEC. 9 - Kiawah Island Golf Resort Marathon & Half Marathon, Kiawah Island, SC. 8am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
JULY 16 - Hot to Trot 8 Hour Run, Lithia Springs, GA. 8am-4pm. Contact: email@example.com. JULY 22 - Full mOOn 50K & 25K, Perryville, AR. 7pm, 8pm; Blind/Visually Impaired Div. Contact: Susy Chandler 501-837-3104, firstname.lastname@example.org. JULY 22 - Maria’s Ultra Summer Spectacular, Kennesaw, GA. 7am. 26.65 Miles, 3 hr. & 6 hr. Contact: Mark Vescio 678-895-2631, email@example.com. AUG. 4 - Holston River Endurance Challenge, Bristol, TN. 8pm/100 mi., 24 hr., 36 hr. events; 8pm or 8am/6 hr. & 12 hr. events. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCT. 6-7 - Ragnar Trail Carolinas-SC, Fort Mill, SC. 9am. 120 Mile Relay. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 6-8 - Grindstone 100, Swoope, VA. 6pm. 101.85 miles Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7 - Ruffner Mountain Crusher 42K & 21K, Birmingham, AL. 8am. Contact: ultrasignup.com. OCT. 7 - John Holmes 50K, 16 Mile & 9 Mile Trail Run, Brooksville, FL. 7am/50K, 8am/16 mi. & 9 mi. Contact: Jim Hartnett 813-232-5200, email@example.com. OCT. 7 - The Dirt Circuit - 12 & 24 Hour Endurance Trail Runs, Morristown, TN. 8am. Contact: Ryan Roma 865-356-6984, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 7 - High Bridge Ultra 50K, Pamplin, VA. 8am. Contact: Anne Jones 540-230-3019, email@example.com. OCT. 7-8 - Arkansas Traveller 100 Mile. Perryville, AR. 6am. Contact: 501-231-0535, firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUG. 5 - Dahlgren Heritage Rail Trail 50K, King George, VA. 6:30am. Contact: Vic Culp 540-310-4803, email@example.com.
OCT. 14 - Pilot Mountain to Hanging Rock Ultra Marathon, Danbury, NC. 6am/50 Mile & 50-Mile Relay, 7:45am/50K. Contact: Richard 313-304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUG. 5 - Kanawha Trace 50K Trail Run, Ona, WV. 7:30 am 50K, 9:30am 25K & 10K. Contact: Cory Richardson 304-416-1015, email@example.com.
OCT. 14 - New River Trail 50K & 25K, Fries, VA. 8am/50K, 9am/25K. Contact: Alison Bryant - firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUG. 19 - Hot Hot Hundred, 100K Relay & 10K, Wallingford, KY. 8am. Contact: email@example.com. SEPT. 2 - Iron Mountain Trail Run, 50, 30 & 16 Miles, Damascus, VA. 7am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. SEPT. 8-9 - Blue Ridge Relay 200+ Miles, Asheville, NC. 6:30am. Contact: Ken Sevensky 336-877-8888, email@example.com.
DEC. 10 - Florida Holiday Halfathon & Relay, Madeira Beach to Largo, FL. 7:05am. Contact: 727-347-4440, info@FLRoadRaces.com www.floridroadraces.com.
SEPT. 10 - Tortoise and the Hare 50K Ultra, Blue Ridge, GA. 7am. Contact: Toni McAlister 678-400-9050 firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 10 - Locomotive Half Marathon & 5K, Kennesaw, GA. 7:30am. Contact: Mark Vescio 678-895-2631, email@example.com.
SEPT. 10 - Stanky Creek 50K, 25K, Marathon & Half Marathon, Bartlett, TN. 7am/50K & Marathon, 7:30am/25K & Half Marathon. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 10 - Log Jammer Half Marathon, Shreveport, LA. 7:30am/Half, 8am/5K. Contact: Matt McVicar 318-759-0032, email@example.com.
SEPT. 16 - 12-Hour Adventure Trail Run, Triangle, VA. 6am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 16 - Jacob Wells 3 Bridges Marathon, Little Rock, AR. 7am. Contact: email@example.com.
SEPT. 30-OCT.1 - Rock/Creek StumpJump 50K Trail Race, Chattanooga, TN. 7:30am/50K, 8:30am/10 Miler. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCT. 14 - WC-50 Ultra Trail Marathon, 50K & 50 Mile Charlotte, NC. 5am/50 mile, 6am/50K. Contact: email@example.com.
SEPT. 9 - Odyssey Trail Running Rampage, 40 Miles, Marathon, Half & 6 Miler, Millboro, VA. 7am/40 Mile. 8:30am/Full, 10am/Half, 11:30am/6 Miler. Contact: 540-444-4422, HQ@oarevents.com.
7th Annual. 7am. Kids Marathon (12/9) at Noon. Very fast, mostly flat, Boston Qualifier that runs through the cities of Bryan and College Station, as well as through the Texas A&M University Campus; USATF. Entry Limit: 5,000. Time Limit: 6.5 hrs. 2016 entrants: 3,705. Avg. temp. high 62, low 42. Contact: Dan McClain, BCS Marathon, POB 3005, Bryan, TX 77805, 713-542-7874, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 23 - Table Rock Ultras, 50K & 30K, Morganton, NC. 7am/50K, 7:30am/30K. Contact: email@example.com.
AUG. 5 - 24-Hour Run For Dreams, Shelbyville, KY. 8am & 8pm. 24 Hour & 12 Hour. Contact: Tommie Kendall 502-216-0378, firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEC. 9 - Panattoni Mt. Juliet Holiday Half Marathon & 5K, Mt. Juliet, TN. 10:45am/cst. Contact: email@example.com.
DEC. 10 Baylor Scott & White BCS Marathon & Half Marathon College Station, TX
SEPT. 22-23 - Reebok Ragnar Relay, Cumberland, MD to Washington, DC. 5am. 200 Mile Relay. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCT. 20-22 - The Endless Mile & Endless Mile Relay, Alabaster, AL. 10/20: 9am/48 Hour Race & Relay; 10/21: 9am/24 Hour & 12 Hour Race & Relay; 10/21: 9pm/Alternative Start for 12 Hour Solo Race. Contact: email@example.com. OCT. 22 - Jack’s 50K, 30K & 10K Trail Run, Palm Coast, FL. 8:30am. Contact: Dawn Lisenby 386-986-8572, firstname.lastname@example.org. OCT. 28 - Triple Lakes Trail Races, Greensboro, NC. 8am. 40K & 40 Mile & Relay, Half Marathon. Contact: 336-793-4311, email@example.com. NOV. 4 - Nashville Ultra Marathon 50 Mile, 50K, 60K & 70K, Nashville, TN. 7am. Contact: Dennis Freeman 615-445-5077, firstname.lastname@example.org NOV. 11 - Miles for Maria Epic Run for Epilepsy, Powder Springs, GA. 8am. 1/3/6/12/24 Hour Options. Contact: 678-895-2631, email@example.com. NOV. 18 - JFK 50 Mile, Boonsboro, MD. 6:30am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. NOV. 18 - Ultra Chili 50K, Mt. Pleasant, SC. 8am. Contact: 843-795-4386, email@example.com. NOV. 25 - Derby 50K Ultra Run, Ellerbe, NC. 8am. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 22-24 - Birmingham Mountain Stage Race 56 Miles, Birmingham, AL. 9/22: 8am/17.5 mi.; 9/23: 8am/16.5 mi.; 9/24: 8am/22 mi. Contact: email@example.com.
DEC. 9-10 - Blood Rock 100 & 50 Mile Endurance Run Birmingham, AL. 5am/100 mi. & 50 mi., 6:30am/50K & 25K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 23 - Tick Tock Ultra, & Team Relay, Lakeland, FL 7am. 12 Hour & 6 Hour. Contact: email@example.com, www.ticktockultra.vpweb.com.
DEC. 9 - Tallahassee Ultra Distance Classic 50K & 50 Mile, Wakulla Springs, FL. 7am. Contact: Nancy Stedman & Jay Silvanima 850-545-7074, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEPT. 23 - General 100, 100 Miles, Kennesaw to Ringgold, GA. 7-Person Team. Contact: email@example.com.
DEC. 16 - Lookout Mountain 50 Miler, Chattanooga, TN. 7:30am/50 mi. & 21 mi.; 8am/10K. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal â€˘ June, 2017
Running Psychology The Development of Mental Toughness Runners and coaches often talk about the importance of mental toughness, yet few do any form of specific mental training in order to improve mental toughness. It's like saying you need to get in better shape physically, yet you fail to do any physical training. If being mentally tough is so important for runners, then why is so little done to actually improve mental toughness? Maybe the biggest factor for runners and coaches not being able to train mental toughness is they don't comprehend what mental toughness consists of. Think about it, can you actually define mental toughness? The words â€œMental Toughnessâ€? can be heard countless times in any sport context, yet there is no one set definition of what mental toughness actually means. It's hard to work on something if you don't know what to work on! If you were to review the Sport Psychology literature you would find there are many, many definitions and descriptors for mental toughness. I certainly don't want to bore you with countless academic renditions of what mental tough is or isn't, so how about getting down to the nitty gritty of some possible foundational constructs of
By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.
mental toughness? Just like building a house, to build mental toughness you must have a solid foundation. If certain mental building blocks are present then you can build many mental skills on top of them in the future. From my perspective there are indeed foundational building blocks that all runners need if they are to be mentally tough. The first of these building blocks is selfconfidence. An unending belief in the self is almost a necessity for running to your potential. When you have confidence in your ability you tend to be more motivated and when failure does occur, you bounce
back from it readily. Setbacks are viewed as learning opportunities and a way to get better. Confidence is not about believing you will always win or run fast every time out. Confidence is about believing you have the capability to run well every time out. Sure, there are going to be days when you are less than your best, but if you have true confidence you can keep the bad run in perspective and be motivated for the next hard workout or race. Another part of the mental toughness foundation has got to be high motivation. Do you really like to run and do you really want to be your best? Motivation can be either intrinsic or extrinsic. If you run because you love it, then you're probably intrinsically motivated. If you run just to get some award or prize, then you may be extrinsically motivated. It would appear that intrinsically motivated runners stick with the sport longer, get more enjoyment from running and actually run closer to their potential. Why? Intrinsically motivated runners don't have to be prodded or coerced to get out and run. When you love to do something it's not work, its fun! Much has also been written about how giving extrinsic rewards, like trophies and merchandise, can actually undermine intrinsic motivation. So again, do you simply LOVE to run? Think about how much you would miss it if you couldn't! Each and every day cultivate your intrinsic motivation for running. To be a mentally tough runner means you must be able to concentrate and focus, both during running and in everyday life. Learning to live and run in the present is a valuable mental skill. When running, it's important to learn to monitor your body and the feedback it's providing you. The best runners associate during running, which means they are very much in tune with the level of exertion they feel and also the level of discomfort they feel. By learning to focus on your body you are better able to maintain proper pace and not go into anaerobic energy production during long races. In everyday life it's important to keep your focus on your running goals, which means eating a sound nutritional diet, getting plenty of sleep and not wasting emotional energy on daily stressors that are out of your control. The final foundational component of mental toughness is the ability to deal with pressure. Pressure can be the expectations you place upon yourself or pressure can be the expectations you interpret from others. In reality pressure comes from within the runner. Running is not a life or death activity. If you run well or run poorly you will still wake up the next day and life will go
on. However, you really want to do your best and reach your running goals, plus you often internalize that family, friends and other runners are expecting you to meet some time or race place standard. You feel pressure to run well! This self-internalized pressure can create debilitating anxiety and greatly diminish the pleasure you get from running. Remember to keep your running in perspective. Keep in mind that if you do your absolute best each time out then you have been successful no matter your time or race place. Pressure is a result of your perceptions! To reduce pressure, change your perceptions. Learn to run free of expectations and go for your absolute best. Use each of these building blocks as the foundation for building your mental toughness. By working each day on each of the building blocks you will become more mentally tough. So just how can you build upon your mental toughness foundation? Here are a few ideas! Work to simulate race experiences during your hard workouts. The more intense competitive practice you have the more mentally tough you will become. That's why most team sports try to scrimmage in game-like situations as much as possible. Mental toughness developed in hard training will transfer into racing. Every single day do something to build your confidence. Focus on the positives in your running and be your own biggest supporter. Try not to dwell on poor workouts and races. Learn from them and let them go. Also, enlist the help of others to build your confidence. Be sure your family and friends are behind you and encourage you each day as you strive to meet your running goals. Having significant others as confidence builders can be invaluable, especially during the few inevitable times when you might question your ability and motivation levels. Try to identify other runners who are mentally tough and learn from them. Observe them and ask them questions. When you learn from others in this manner it's called participatory modeling. Also, use positive visualization to enhance your mental toughness. See yourself being mentally tough in your training and racing. The brain really can't tell the difference in an image and in reality. To be mentally tough, think and image being mentally tough! Accept the need to be mentally tough and use the foundations to aid in the development of mental toughness. Continue to explore ways to enhance mental toughness and commit to practicing the mental skills that enhance mental toughness. Becoming mentally tough is a continual growth process, but in time mental toughness will become a part of who you are as a runner. 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 email@example.com
Running Journal • June, 2017
Down the Road
CELEBRATE 20 YEARS RUNNING
A Cautionary Tale Warning: This is a terrible article I wish I never had to write. It happened at this year's Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston, SC. Unfortunately it is a true story. I hope you will read it and make sure that it doesn't happen to you. While the race was still going on, and I was interviewing race finishers, a friend, Randy Brown, who is a medic and was helping the medical team near the finish line, came rushing up to me and asked if I had heard the bad news. He told me a man had fallen about 100 feet before crossing the finish line. They rushed right to him, and realized he had suffered a heart attack. They treated and rushed him to the medical tent and could not resuscitate him. He had died from the attack. Then they pulled his race number off of him and he had not written anything on the backside where runners are asked to fill in medical information and contact information in case of an emergency. So they went to Burns Computer who was doing the timing and had them scan in the race number to get his information. The information of the person who had registered and been assigned the race number didn't seem to match. It said this was a 40-year-old male when the medical team had a man who appeared to be in his 60s. Apparently someone had sold or given this number to another person, and that instead of paying the $10 transfer fee to have the number reassigned to himself, had simply pinned on the number and run the race using that number. Picture yourself at a large race with over 30,000 participants in a town which is not your hometown where it is unlikely you would be recognized by many people - or possibly by anyone, and you have a medical problem and cannot tell anyone who you are or who to contact. Was his wife or family waiting for him in a hotel? Did he get the number from someone he knew? The race officials were finally able to contact the person to whom the number was assigned, and fortunately he knew that the man was from North Carolina, was 68 years old, and his name. I will not mention his name here for privacy reasons. Do you fill out the contact information on race bibs? Do you make sure to have identification on your person? I know that Kathy and I always had that - we had purchased the military style dog tags and always wore them at races or anytime when we were running. They had the advantage of listing address, hometown, state, blood type and emergency contact
By Cedric Jaggers
2001 Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach was the ﬁrst stand alone Half Marathon in the U.S.
number on them. Also they don't have the possibility of the information being sweated or washed off on a hot or rainy day. Make sure that you can be identified and treated if something unforeseen happens to you when you are running or racing. A heart attack or other accident or misfortune could happen to anyone. This example is something that did happen, and could only have been worse if the actual owner of the race number had not known and had information on the man who died. Always prepare for the worst and hope for the best. But be cautioned, take precautions and run safely now and always. 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
2014 A 1 Mile race entirely on the sand is added to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon weekend, allowing runners to participate in the Remix Challenge.
2017 More than 160 Legacy Runners have run Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach all 16 consecutive years.
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Running Journal â€˘ June, 2017
Running Through the Bluegrass Louisville Triple Crown, Success and Disappointment I should start from the beginning - or at least close to it. My first half-marathon was the Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon in 2007, just a month shy of my one-year running anniversary. I was couch-to-5kto-10k-to-10 mile-to-13.1 in 12 months. Ten years ago, I lined up for the miniMarathon wearing bib 772. I ran 1:46:36 for 149th female; they used to give out Top 100 prizes, and I really wanted one. This year, I was in the elite field for the same race - and assigned bib 72. It felt like a homecoming. But for a few weeks leading up to the race, I'd been in a funk physically and, mostly, mentally. I shouldered feelings of imposter syndrome following my first sub-3 marathon last year, and I was feeling discouraged after my races this spring, including the Triple Crown I wrote about last month. Where was the girl who ran 2:57? Who ran fearlessly, not stressing about the numbers on her watch but being one with her effort? Who chased down competitors and didn't give up when workouts and races got hard? I struggled with speed workouts, either not hitting the paces I expected of myself, or needing extra rest. But really, I was running fine. Mostly, I was guilty of letting my expectations drift higher than my abilities, despite knowing I shouldn't. I wrote to my coach just shy of two weeks ago, asking, "So the question I'm asking myself is, why do I feel like I'm running badly when logically I'm not?â€? I could see it in my logs. I was putting in the work - a lot of 60+ mile weeks this year and four weeks that were 65+. Solid race performances, even though they weren't breakthroughs. Not every race can be a breakthrough. This is to say, I had put a lot of pressure on myself. The week before the miniMarathon, I ran my first-ever 5000 on the track. And I had fun! I didn't look at my watch, which wasn't a great strategy for running a fast time, but it helped me dial back into myself and to find that feeling of being one with the effort - of flowing. I stepped off the track without a PR, but with a renewed confidence that was worth much more. I felt ready. Race day started at 5:45 a.m. Storms overnight had awakened me, and they were still threatening. It was humid and warm, already in the low 70s. I was at the race about an hour before the start, killing
By Tracy Green
time on social media in my car when I saw the announcement. Race delayed 30 minutes. Another round of storms was about to hit, possibly bringing inch-sized hail. Around 7:15 I took a gel (the only breakfast I planned on) and Hammer's Fully Charged pre-workout. I started warming up around 7:20. Race delayed by 30 minutes, again. This time they told us to take shelter immediately - they cleared the entire
Photo of Tracy by Marcia Seiler
starting area, some 13,000 people. Everyone scrambled to find an open building or get back to their car or a parking garage. The sky looked sinister, but it passed just to the north. At 8:11, I started another warmup. I went out a half mile and started heading back. Race delayed 30 minutes, for the third time. The new start time was 9 a.m., although it ended up being 9:10 before they could get everyone back to the start line. I was carrying another gel for mid-race, but with my stomach starting to growl, I took it in the corral. It started raining right before the gun sounded. My race plan for the first 5 miles was to relax and assess - figure out what impact the weather would have on my pace, and adjust. Rain in the first few miles cooled it down, but it went back to being humid and hot soon into the race.
I focused on settling into a rhythm and not fretting about the pace or heart rate. I wasn't concerned in the early miles about girls being ahead of me. A day like this is a day you know people will come back to you if you run your plan and be smart. In the second 5 miles, my plan was to count plusses and minuses. Passing someone is plus one; getting passed is minus 1. This helps me stay in the race mentally, and give me something to think about. I started working my way up to a large pack, reeling in a few guys along the way. A big section of crowd support with music at mile 6 was a nice boost. Nearly halfway and feeling good. On a long straight stretch, I could see two girls ahead of me. I had the fire, this time, to track them down. I caught them both between miles 8 and 9. Then I dumped Powerade in my hair. The volunteers had switched the cup order! I got passed by two guys in this 5 mile segment, but that was it. Plus caught two girls. But with 5k to go, the wheels started coming off. The field was really strung out and I could see guys up ahead but there wasn't anyone around me. Fortunately I was still running past people I knew and getting cheers, which kept me going. I put my head down and went to work. I stopped looking at my pace and just ran. The crowd support is starting to pick up and I'm chasing down the two guys who had passed me. I use a turn to see if I can see any other girls trailing me. I see literally nobody. At mile 13, we make one last turn and I kick for all I've got on the downhill final stretch. I can see the clock ticking up to 1:26. I keep pushing until I cross the line, hands thrown up. Not because I ran the best race of my life, but because I ran my legs out, ran my heart out. I proved to myself I still had the fight that I did in the fall. Officially, I finished in 1:25:53, 10th female, 50th overall. Not only did I earn the top 100 ranking I wanted a decade ago, but I won it in the men's division! My goal had been 1:25 flat, and think I would've had it if we had started on time and the weather had been a tad more cooperative. Most importantly, I ran a race I'm proud of. 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 â€˘ June, 2017
Ultra Running The Effects of Age and Lack of Training in Running Decline Age (and lack of training) can humble a person. We all age. No matter how many good performances we have in us, at some point we have run our last PR, and we begin looking at best recent performances or.... age group PRs. We seldom recognize, at the time, that some event was in actuality our last hurrah! Age (and lack of training) takes over. Bill Rodgers will never run another sub 2:10 marathon. He will never run another sub 2:20. Yainnis Kouros will never run another sub 12-hour 100 mile, 170 24-hour or 600-mile six day. I will never run another sub 6 hour 50 mile, or 220-mile 48 hour. I will probably never run another 200-mile 48 hour. Wait a minute, where did that "probably" come from. Did it belong in those earlier proclamations? Could Kouros run another 600-mile six-day? Might Rodgers run another 2:20 marathon? Is it possible that I might see another 200-mile 48 hour? Age (and lack of training) say no, these things will not happen. But what if? There is nothing any of us can do about age. The clock ticks on, relentlessly. Yet, we remem-
By Ray Krolewicz
ber Ed Whitlock who ran sub 3 hour marathons in his 70s. Now in my early 60s, I just ran a 5:11 marathon at Boston. This would have been dismaying had I not run a 4:43 marathon en route to a 50 miler a few weeks earlier. Age did not contribute to that rapid decline, lack of training did. Whitlock happened to be retired by the time he ran his phenomenal times. This allowed him to establish and stick to a solid training program. Rodgers, a former teacher, was able to earn his living by running related activities, giving him ample time to establish and stick to a solid training program. Kouros was well known for his
carefully measured and meted out training program. Age (and lack of training) make the racing, particularly the competitive aspect (even within oneself), more difficult. This difficulty, and lack of success leads to discouragement, and a gradual "lack of effort." Yep, most runners quit on themselves before age (and lack of training) make disappointing results absolutely necessary. Training becomes harder as we age. Pace becomes more difficult to maintain. Competitive efforts take more focus. If success truly breeds success than it can be assumed that lack of success creates a downward spiral, and cessation, of most activities. Some athletes are content with the gradual decline, even when their own activities, or lack of, contribute to such decline. Others leave their respective sports. Declining performances can hasten the departure from an activity, or be accepted as inevitable, with "the best I can do" being accepted as a way to remain participatory. Does this have to be true? What would happen if Rodgers broke out
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his logs from 1980 and matched every run as closely as he could in time and distance? I would say the distance should be run, and the times matched as closely as possible. If he ran 100% of the miles at even 20% slower than at his peak what would his racing look like? Twenty percent added to a 2:10 marathon would be 2:36, yet somehow I feel Rodgers would be faster than that. What would happen if I ran 500-600 mile months, as I did in my prime? I have some months, most to be honest, that are less than my best weeks of my "youth." I make the excuse that there is not enough time, but I know better. For most runners, priorities change. Excuses and reasons exist, but the bottom line is that each of us make choices every day that affect outcomes. Few people train as runners used to. I read recently that in 1990 there were 267 American runners who broke 2:20 for the marathon. In 2016 only about 40 did this. What if everyone, regardless of age, utilized a solid training program? For myself, I'd like to find out. Now, if I could just make that a priority.
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Running Journal • June, 2017
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Females, Food & Fertility Don’t let “Yea, I stopped getting my period!!! That means I’m training really hard and am finally thin enough. “ “Yea, I’m glad I don’t have to deal with that monthly hassle any more.” “Yea, now I don’t have to worry about getting pregnant!” Freedom from monthly menstrual periods has historically brought pride and pleasure to many female runners. That is, until they experience infertility when they do want to get pregnant. To their misfortune, many of the same women who were very content having abnormally functioning bodies are now in a state of grief. For some, this is the first time their bodies are not doing what they want them to do: get pregnant! As Gigi Fernandez, Grand Slam tennis player stated, “As an athlete, you have this attitude, ‘I can do anything with my body.’ That’s how you think. So your biological clock is ticking, but you’re in denial.” She had seven failed fertility treatments. Infertility in athletic women is a secret source of grief that hides in many couples’ closets. Infertility affects 1 in 6 women. An estimated 12% of those with infertility are athletes (1). If you are in the childbearing season of your life, are coaching a women’s running team, or have a Millennial daughter, you likely know one or more athletic women who are struggling to conceive. A Norwegian study with about 4,000 women identified two groups who had trouble conceiving: #1. Women who trained every day, 11% of whom had fertility problems. This is three times more women than those who did not train at all. #2. Women who trained until they were completely exhausted, 24% of whom had fertility problems. This is a 2.3 times more women than those who did low intensity exercise. The women who did both—trained every day and trained to exhaustion—had the highest rates of infertility (2) Many women fit into that category: marathoners, gym rats, triathletes, elite soccer players, and fitness enthusiasts. Some of those active women may be simultaneously building their careers and choosing to delay starting a family. They may be unaware that fertility peaks at age 25, with diminishing returns year by year. By the time a woman is 40, her chances of getting pregnant without fertility treatments are far lower. What girls and women need to know Amenorrhea (loss of menses) is a cause of concern, not a reason to celebrate Unfortunately, parents or running coaches are not teaching this fact to today’s high school girls. Or, the girls may not be really listening to the educational attempts. They are likely more interested in learning how to not get pregnant! The more relevant issue for this age group is that amenorrhea contributes to stress fractures. Yet, a 2014 survey indicates only 17% of 240 female high school athletes knew that amenorrhea makes bones weak. Only 25% knew that girls who skip their periods are prone to getting stress fractures. And 72% didn’t even know that amenorrhea is abnormal (3). Despite popular belief, amenorrhea does not happen because a woman is training hard or has low body fat. After all, many female runners are very lean, train very hard and do have regular periods. Runners with amenorrhea fail to eat enough to support both exercise and menses. Add stress and perhaps other contributing factors, and Nature halts the possibility of a woman getting pregnant. You might think these under-fueled female runners would be very skinny and losing weight. Not always the case. When a woman is leaner than her genetic blueprint (as are many athletic women), her body has an amazing ability to conserve energy. Symptoms include cold hands and feet, slow heart rate, lethargy, and amenorrhea. No surprise an estimated 65% to 69% of competitive long distance runners and dancers have amenorrhea compared to 2% to 5% of the general population (4). And even if an athletic woman does have regular menses, she may not ovulate or have normal levels of reproductive hormones. This happens unknowingly in more than 75% of highly trained and recreational
nutrition be your By Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D.
athletes. CAUTION: Some runners have become pregnant on the belief amenorrhea is a convenient form of birth control. False. Women ovulate two weeks before they menstruate. If they just happen to be ovulating (fertile) prior to resuming menses, they can end up pregnant. No Period. Now What? Female runners who have stopped getting a monthly menstrual period or are having trouble conceiving may need help reversing the situation. The simple advice to “just eat a little more and exercise a little less” to correct the energy imbalance is much easier said than done. Amenorrhea is commonly wrapped up in disordered eating patterns. An estimated 20% to 60% of female athletes have a complicated relationship with food. They fear that eating more will lead to “getting fat,” hurting athletic performance, and losing their identity of being petite. Not the case. Eating adequate fuel gets the body out of hibernation (warmer hands, more energetic, happier, better mood), restores wasted muscles and allows well-fueled muscles to perform better How much more does a woman have to eat? At least 13.5 calories per pound of lean body weight that she does not burn off with purposeful exercise. For a woman who weighs 120 pounds and has 18% body fat, that’s 102 lbs. lean weight x 13.5 cal/lb — about 1,400 calories. Now add in another 500 or so calories for a hard workout, and you can understand why a 1,200-calorie diet can hinder fertility. A sports dietitian can help correct this imbalance, as well as help female athletes find peace with food. If you have a hard time “eating normally,” please use the referral network at www.SCANdpg.org to find your local sports RD. You might also want to read No Period. Now What? (www.NoPeriodNowWhat.com) by N. Rinaldi & S. Buckler. This invaluable resource includes the personal fertility experiences of the authors as well as more than 400 athletic women who have had trouble conceiving. The book includes tips that help active women overcome their food fears, consume more fuel, boost fertility, become pregnant—and enjoy a healthier lifestyle afterwards. Yes! 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 win with good nutrition. Her best-selling Sports Nutrition Guidebook, and Food Guide for Marathoners are available at nancyclarkrd.com. For workshops, see www.NutritionSportsExerciseCEUs.com.
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Running Journal • June, 2017
THIS RUNNING LIFE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 bers had swelled to nearly 20 runners and a tiny kitten they had rescued from the side of a busy roadway. They ran all the way to the ocean where they paid their respects to Tanner Jones, a young local surfer who struggled with depression before his death last year. In his memory, friends had created a shrine of sorts. Its center piece is a cross covered in lights and beaded necklaces, emblazoned with a tiny surfboard plaque, and surrounded by candles and flowers. Tanner’s family was there to welcome the runners. The event ended with a finish line party at a nearby park. Rickard was there. She had driven five hours, all the way from her home in Roanoke, just to run the last few miles to the finish line with Team Inspire. “I am super proud of all of them,” Rickard said, hugging Moxey. This was the first Icebreaker run since last summer, and Rickard hopes it won’t be the last. While spawning cross country runs is not part of The Herren Project’s mission, Rickard said she would love to see similar runs grow organically across the United States. “This is more than just a fun run down the road,” she said. “I’d love to see it turned into a movement.” Through it all, Team Inspire raised $5,000 for the event. After they pay their expenses, they’ll donate the profits to The
From left: Rita Manley, Christine Whiteley, Kimberly Martin and Rebecca Moxey carry the banner for Team Inspire at the finish line after their 170-mile run across North Carolina.
Herren Project. This fall, Moxey will join The Herren Project’s running team in the New York City Marathon. “I truly found the family I never thought I could find,” she said. “Recovering addicts who run for therapy, self-care and to make connections that will help others.” Teri Saylor can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pam Rickard (left) a member of the original Icebreaker Run team gives Rebecca Moxey a hug after Team Inspire completed its Icebreaker journey across North Carolina.
Rebecca Moxey carries The Herren Project banner as she leads a band of runners to the finish line after her Team Inspire's run across North Carolina.
Running Journal • June, 2017
Distance Memories Proud of Pushing the Limits With Darkside Running Club It started out almost as a joke. 'The Darkside' as we called ourselves in the mid-1990's when Al Barker, Valerie Howard and I started running weekly 20-milers so we would be 'marathon ready' year round. While all of the other runners in town were eating pancakes or getting ready for church after their six or eight mile Sunday morning runs, the three of us were still on the trails doing what we liked to do best. In 2002 the three of us, along with Kelly Murzynsky, Paula May and Sue Bozgoz decided to form the Darkside Running Club. I was selected (not elected, but selected) to be President. Little did I know at the time the title of President also bestowed upon me the duties of the Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Newsletter Editor, Race Director. Volunteer Coordinator and essentially any other job that needed to be done at any given time. Over time the club - primarily via word of mouth - took on additional members and during the winter of 2017 we welcomed our 500th member - or 'Darksiders' as we prefer to be called. I always said that when our club membership reached 500 it would be time for a new President, although truth be known I've been searching for a new President for the past two years. Coincidentally, one of our members stepped forward to take over as President at just
By Scott Ludwig
about the same time we welcomed our 500th Darksider. I'm guessing karma had a little something to do with it. As of July 1, 2017 Joye McElroy will assume the Presidency of the Darkside Running Club. Joye has asked me to stay close in an unofficial capacity, to which I agreed … as long as I'm referred to as President Emeritus. (Note: I was half kidding when I mentioned it, but when she agreed I thought it sounded sort of cool. So I'm using it. Try and stop me.) Whatever the case, after more than 15 years directing the club I was part of putting together, it's going to be a little hard for me to let go. I know what you're thinking: “Baby steps.” That's probably how it will be, and I'm good with that. But it won't be the same.
Inspired Daily Crossing That Fine Line In December 2014, my column titled Tales of a Recovering Over Racer started out like this: “Addiction is a powerful thing. I am not sure exactly when it happened but suddenly I found myself wanting to run all the races! Between the Celebration Marathon in January and Boston Marathon in April, I raced nine times and even joined a new running club just so I could compete in their racing series.” Then towards the end of the column I mentioned how later in the year I took 11 weeks off from racing to focus solely on training for a key race and admitted “I am not sure if my addiction is racing, adrenalin, competition, or some combination.” The column finished with “it took one great race preceded by many weeks of patience, listening to my body, and good training in addition to some serious willpower to stop over racing.” Relapse 2017. History has repeated itself. I overraced again during my Boston training. I ran nine races again with two in January, four in February, two in March, and one in April on top of trying a higher mileage training plan for Boston. This was a pretty big jump in mileage for me. I had a couple of 70+ mile weeks on top of many 50-60 mile weeks. I probably could have handled the higher mileage, but combined with all the racing I was exhausted week after week
By Rae Ann Darling Reed
with nagging little pains popping up in the hamstring, quad, and ankle in addition to the ongoing Achilles issue. The exhaustion was so bad that I was unable to maintain the strength training that has worked so well for me the past two years. About four to five weeks out from Boston there were mornings when I struggled to get out of bed. Earlier this year I had bloodwork done which included testing my Iron and Vitamin D, so I knew the fatigue was caused by the training, racing, and never quite enough sleep. I began to worry if I had reached a point of over training so I took several extra rest days over a two-week period which started my taper two weeks earlier than planned. I had already cut out all strength training weeks prior to that. I reached out to my coach who was honest with
After directing well over 100 Darkside events, publishing 63 issues (totaling more than 4,000 pages) of absolutely true … Takes from the DARKSIDE (our quarterly newsletter) and doing everything in my power to promote our running club to the rest of the world, it's going to be quite a change for me to step aside. I've enjoyed being in the driver's seat all of these years. Welcoming new members into the club, seeing so many runners doing things they never dreamed possible, introducing so many people to the sport of running and, best of all, promoting their accomplishments are the things that made being President of the Darkside Running Club so darn rewarding. I'm proud of what the Darkside Running Club represents: Setting your goals high, encouraging and supporting your fellow runners, never giving up or backing down from a challenge and doing things you always dreamed of doing but never thought possible. Best of all, it's the only running club I know of that essentially pays you to be a member. Allow me to explain: dues are $35 per family. There is nothing else to pay to be a member…ever. Any profits the club incurs (primarily through entry fees) is given back to the members through reduced entry fees to Darkside events, occasional stipends for sponsored races
and various other fringe benefits that you'd have to be a member to know about. I doubt you'll find another running club anything like it. If you do, chances are they borrowed their formula from us. Here's to many more years of pushing the limits of human endurance and making the impossible possible. Here's to many more years … of the Darkside Running Club. We're in it for the long run.
me about racing despite feeling this fatigue. I had only mentioned the one 10K where I felt tired and like my legs were dead. I hadn't mentioned the eight other races; probably because I knew I should not have run all of them. Coach reassured me that a longer taper would not hurt me as many marathon training plans use a longer taper. He also mentioned that I may have crossed that fine line of over training; actually, over reaching was the term he used when we discussed the jump in mileage from what I was used to in the advanced plan in the Hansons Marathon Method book (which I had used successfully many times) and this Boston specific 75 mile per week plan. The 2017 Boston Marathon did not go as well as I had hoped. The fatigue hit me hard at mile eight and I struggled from there to finish. Yes it was hot, and many people struggled, but I refused to accept heat as the reason for my poor finish. After much soul-searching, days and days of over analyzing my training, race weekend, and how I started the race, I finally reached out to my coach and was honest about all the racing I did. When he wrote back his concern about racing 50% of my training weeks, it really hit me. I knew I had raced a lot but to put it in those terms was eye opening. As George Sheehan so eloquently put it, “We are each an experiment of one,” and I enjoy trying new ways to train to find out what the most effective formula is for me. This time around, I discovered there is a fine line between high mileage that works for me and too much mileage, a fine line between cumulative fatigue and exhaustion, and a fine line between using races for speed work and over racing. I crossed that line and paid for it at Boston.
This was a hard learned lesson which has taken me many weeks to process, accept, and figure out how to move forward. Reading “It's the Process,” Richard Ferguson, Ph.D.'s Running Psychology column in the February 2017 issue of Running Journal helped me realize that I did not allow myself enough focus on the process (Boston training) because I was racing so much during those months. I was so focused on how I would do at Boston with this new higher mileage plan that I did not focus on the daily details of training and recovery.
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.
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
Rae Ann enjoying a pretzel at Boston.
Running Journal • June, 2017
Learning from the Young Guns Maintenance Workouts During Summer Racing In May of 2010, Chris Solinsky shocked the distance running world when he shattered the American record and became the first non-African runner to break 27 minutes for 10,000 meters. Solinksy went on to run a massive personal best at 5,000m in June, a time he surpassed again in August of that year. Solinsky’s coach, Jerry Schumacher, spoke in an interview about that summer and credited their approach of taking ample rest after each of his big performances that year to Solinsky’s ability to maintain such a high level of racing all summer. While we will never sniff 26:59 for 10,000m, the importance of rest is just as critical during the summer 5K/10K racing season. The ability to maintain, and even elevate fitness before and after races is predicated upon proper rest and recovery. It is easy to forget that if we are racing every 2-3 weeks during the spring and summer, those races serve the same training purpose as a high intensity workout. When planning training it’s important to account for that and avoid the temptation to squeeze in more high intensity speed work. This formula is tempting, but often results in burnout and decreased performance. One of the things I would speculate helped Chris Solinsky run so well throughout the summer was keeping moderate strength workouts in the equation, even during the racing season. The aerobic component provides the base for all training and if you eliminate that component, once you start racing the base begins to crumble, and it becomes very hard to sustain a high level for an extended period of time. The workouts below are particularly useful to incorporate during your summer racing season if you are racing every 2-3 weeks. You’ll notice most of these are sub-maximal efforts designed to ensure proper rest while maintaining your aerobic foundation and touching speeds at or faster than race pace to balance your preparation. Tempo Run: This is a tried and true staple for distance runners from milers to marathoners, but it is typically thought to be of use during the base building period or early in a training program when the focus is on building aerobic strength. However, incorporating a shorter tempo run every 2-3 weeks during your racing season is a great way to keep the aerobic component as part of the program without taxing yourself so much you have a hard
By Ryan Warrenburg, ZAP Fitness
time recovering between races. Keep your tempo run no longer than 20-25 minutes during the racing season and target a pace that is about 10-15 seconds per mile slower than your 10k pace. After your tempo, take 4-5 minutes rest and finish with 4-8 repeats between 40-70 seconds at or a touch quicker than 5K pace with as much rest between them as you need to fully recover. This reinforces the muscle memory of finishing fast. 200-Meter Repeats: If you find yourself racing on back to back weekends, this is a good session to run during the middle of the week between races. You can do this workout on a track if you like, but you can just as easily do it on the road or trail and with time instead of distance. If you do the workout on the track run 8-10 repeats of 200 meters each with a very easy 200-meter jog between each. For the 200-meter repeats start them at roughly your 5K pace and work forward a little bit every 2-3 repeats. Focus on staying relaxed and smooth with good form, the idea is to finish feeling like you could have run faster. If you do them based on tim,e just make the recovery jog twice the time of the fast piece, for example, if you run quick for 45 seconds then jog easy for 90 seconds between each of them. This workout is a great way to stretch out the legs between hard race efforts and improve your mechanical efficiency without taxing the body in a way that makes it difficult to recover. Fartlek: Fartlek running is something that can be used to suit many needs and therefore can serve as a perfect maintenance workout during your racing season. This particular fartlek blends some light strength work with some quicker turnover work. Run 2-3 sets of (3 minutes quicker, 90 seconds easy recovery jog, 2 minutes quicker, 60 seconds easy recovery jog, 1 minute quicker, 3 minutes easy recovery jog). The 3 minute piece should start at or a few seconds per mile slower than your current 10K pace and then the 2 minute
piece should be 5-10 seconds per mile quicker with the 1 minute piece another 510 seconds per mile quicker than that. The recovery jog can be at your normal easy run pace or up to 30 seconds per mile slower. If you are running the workout a few days before a race, do 2 sets and if you are running it a week or more out aim for 3 sets. Tempo Intervals: Tempo intervals, or cruise intervals, compliment the racing season perfectly. They allow you to get in some quicker work without the taxing effort of a hard, race pace interval session. There are a variety of tempo interval distances you could use, but I would recommend between a quarter mile and 1 mile. One example workout would be 4-7x 1,000 meters (or you could use 4-5 minute intervals) with 90 seconds rest between each. Start this workout 7-10 seconds per mile slower than 10K pace and finish at 10K pace. You should finish feeling like you could do several more at the same pace. This workout gives you a moderate aerobic stimulus similar to the tempo run but at a quicker pace. During your race phase it is important to have your best performances on race day and not in workouts. Incorporate
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some of these more moderate sessions in between races in order to maintain a consistent level of race success. ZAP Fitness is a Reebok Sponsored nonprofit facility which supports post collegiate distance runners in Blowing Rock, NC. ZAP puts on adult running camps during the summer and is available for retreats all year. The facility has a state of the art weight room, exercise science lab for testing and a 24 bed lodge. Coaches at the facility include 2-time Olympic Trials Qualifier Zika Rea, 2007 USATF National XC Champion Ryan Warrenburg, head coach Pete Rea., and Matt LoPiccolo. For more information go to www.zapfitness.com or call 828-2956198. You can reach Ryan at email@example.com.
Running Journal • June, 2017
After the Run Special Memories, Broken Records, and Tons of Ironman Fun On a sunny afternoon, a few weeks after moving to Lakeland, Florida in 2013, I found a shade tree immediately along the Ironman Florida 70.3 loop course in Haines City. Somewhat of a refuge from the mid-90-degree heat, I spread out a beach towel under the leaf-covered limbs and watched for my husband, Phil, to run by me as he started his half marathon portion of the day's triathlon. I could tell that he was hurting a bit from the heat on his second lap, so I sprung to my feet and joined him for a couple hundred yards. Because I do not swim, and I am not an outdoor cyclist, I imagined that this short run with Phil (along with my sidelinecheering during his participation in numerous triathlons), would likely be the extent of my Ironman participation. I was wrong. As I was logging some miles on a YMCA treadmill this February, my dad approached the revolving belt and casually said, “Hey, I signed you up for the Ironman Florida 70.3 Relay on April 9th, so you need to get a team together.”
Mary Marcia and Phil at 2013 Ironman Florida 70.3
By Mary Marcia Brown
What?!? Due to a seemingly relentless stint of injuries, I had not logged a run longer than 6 miles in a year and a half. I was up for the challenge, though. I immediately told my friend, Rachel, and asked if she would be interested in biking during the event. She was in. Twenty minutes later, I saw my friend, Amy, who I had not seen in quite some time, in the locker room getting ready to swim. I mentioned the event to her, and by the next day, she was in, too! The day was incredibly special. The tree where I had found shade while cheering
for Phil four years ago, still stood strong. Almost immediately beside the tree, fellow-runner and friend, Chris Ballesteros, held up a neon sign that read “Remember Phil Brown.” I thought about him every step of the way, and with each stride, I became prouder of all that he accomplished in his short 40 years. My teammates met me at the finish line of my half marathon, and together, we celebrated our Ironman victory. It was the first Ironman experience for each of us, and together, we made it happen, we made it special, we made it memorable, and we made it fun. Of course, while we were basking in the fun of the Ironman 70.3 relay, local fellow athletes and friends were breaking records and qualifying for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship as individual athletes. Rebecca Kimble began training with her coach and mentor, Robby Kniss, in 2015. Robby was training for Ironman Louisville with an impressive group of Lakeland athletes at the time, when Kimble and her training partner, Patty Schmaedeke, decided to join them for their long rides and weekend training sessions. “I rode more miles than I had ever ridden in my life that summer!” Kimble said. In September 2015, Kimble decided to sign up for her first full-distance Ironman event. Part of her training included Ironman Florida 70.3 and Lake Logan 70.3. In September 2016, she raced her first Ironman distance triathlon. “I finished in a time of 11:48:49 and
was 7th in my age group! I walked away from the race thinking that I would be 'one and done', but shortly afterward, I got the itch again and signed up for Ironman Louisville 2017,” she shared. It made perfect sense for Kimble to compete in the Ironman Florida 70.3 event again this year, and test her training. Kimble entered the event with a goal of attempting to break five hours and place top 10 in her age group. “I wanted to leave the course knowing I had given it my all,” she said - and she did. Kimble finished April's Ironman 70.3 in 5:00:56, placed 5th in her age division, and secured a spot in the September Ironman 70.3 World Championship. “I was so excited when they called my name! I was also so happy to have my training partner and coach there with me for all of it,” she said. Kimble's coach, Kniss, had a remarkable day as well. Prior to the 2017 Ironman Florida 70.3, Kniss had completed eighteen 70.3 races and four full Ironman races. Going into April's event, Kniss admittedly had some lofty goals. He said that did not need another “good” race. He wanted a “great” race. He wanted a new Personal Best. “I wanted to win my age group, place high overall, and secure a spot to the 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga in September,” Kniss said. Goals accomplished. Kniss finished the event in 4:21:17, placing 21st overall, 1st in his age group (by more than 10 minutes), and securing
Mary Marcia w/ teammates, Rachel Kinder (L) and Amy Harris (R) at April's 2017 Ironman Florida 70.3 finish line
www.running.net his spot in the World Championship. “I was a bit overwhelmed at the finish line. I knew I had done the race to the best of my ability,” he said. The bike was a 70.3 personal best for Kniss. He also bettered his time from last year's event by seven minutes. In addition to qualifying for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship, Kniss has also qualified for this year's Ironman 140.6 World Championship in Kona. “Based on the Haines City race, I actually think I have a shot at the podium for Chattanooga. I will do my best to race hard and vacation harder in Kona, but based on previous results, it will be extremely tough to podium in Kona…but
Ironman Athlete, Robby Kniss
Running Journal • June, 2017 never say never, and I will give my all,” Kniss said. I look forward to following his and Kimble's progress as they approach the second half of the year in training and in competition. I have little doubt, that wonderful memories will be made, records will be broken, and the athletes' journey will be sprinkled with lots of athletic Ironman fun along the way. 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
Mary Marcia's dad, Will Morrell, with bicycling teammate, Jubie Aulisio after April's Ironman
Kimble with fello Landsharks Tri Club members after the event. From left to right: Patty Schmaedeke, Kimble, Mike Alexander, and Lucas Smelser
Running Journal • June, 2017
Masters Running and Beyond Controlling Pre-Race Jitters Last month when I gave some general advice for beginner runners, I briefly discussed how to control nervousness before races. And that made me recall the days when I was much younger and faster than I am now, but when I also used to be nervous before every race. But since not nearly as much is at stake these days, I am now often calm as a clam when I toe the starting line. There are no personal records or overall awards to chase, just age group awards. Whether or not I end up on the podium in my age group depends more on who else shows up than how well I run. And I have no control over who else chooses to run the same race I am in. I am just happy to still be running! One exception though is before I run a one mile race. I haven't raced the mile for almost two years now, last time being on the track in 2015. But the mile always made me nervous, whether on road or track. Running a mile only takes a fraction of the time it takes to run a 5K or a 10K. But I am running closer to maximum capacity which is much more painful. And it is anticipation of that pain that makes me nervous! I wondered whether other runners of my age and caliber were getting nervous when they raced. So I asked them. And the responses were mixed. Gary Romesser of Fort Myers, FL, a former elite runner who now “cleans up” in the Senior Grandmasters division every time he races, usually gets nervous when it is race time. “I know I need to be really focused” he said. He added that jogging helps him plan race strategy and stay relaxed when he does not feel as focused as he would like to be. However when he's focused and comfortable about his race goals, then talking with other runners and friends help him stay calm. Nan Henderson and Catherine Fitzsimmons are friends and seasonal Naples residents. They are both frequent age group winners at local races, and both told me they too get nervous before they race. But they also have very good coping mechanisms. “I put it in perspective, and tell myself it is not like an Olympic gold medal or a college scholarship is on the line,” said Henderson. And Fitzsimmons focuses on her breathing and tells herself she is ready for the hard work. “I try to stay in the moment” she said. However a few other runners told me they are not getting nervous when it's race time, or at least not as much as they used to. Or they get nervous before track races
By Lena Hollmann
but not on the road. The answers I got, coupled with my own experience, point to a few common threads. For example that even though there are individual differences, the more is at stake the more nervous we tend to get. Gary Romesser is still racing at an elite level and chasing records, even though he is now in his 60's. Therefore he still gets nervous before racing, while someone like me who runs more for health and social reasons proceed fairly calmly to the starting line. Also, when we anticipate that our race or workout will be painful, we get more jittery. This explains why I still get nervous when I'm about to run a one mile race - because it hurts so much! Same goes for speedwork - I always get a little “worked up” before I head out on an interval session. Melissa McCullough of Arden, NC, said the same thing, that in the days when she did speedwork she used to be a little nervous beforehand also. And as I mentioned above, a couple of people told me they get nervous before they run track races but not before road races. Facing the unknown can also make us nervous sometimes. When it comes to racing, that usually means going to a very large event, and/or one we haven't done before. If I am going to a race I have run in the past, and I know the course and how to get there - no big deal. But a major race with thousands of runners which I have never run before is a completely different animal. It usually requires a lot more planning when it comes to logistics. Even if this does not create full fledged nervousness, it increases my anxiety level a little. Susan Leuck of Oak Island, NC, said she got nervous before running the Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston, SC, for similar reasons. As most of you know, the Cooper River Bridge Run is a major event, which draws tens of thousands of runners every year. And running with this many of our counterparts is enough to cause some of us to freak out!
So, if you suffer from pre-race jitters, how can you calm your nerves? Sometimes it comes down to attitude. Catherine Fitzsimmons and Nan Henderson were into something when they told themselves they were ready, and reminded themselves that they were running for fun and not very much was at stake. It also helps if we remind ourselves that some things we can control, while other things we can't. When we toe the line we have done all we can regarding the factors we do control, for example how and how much we train, and what we eat the night before. But we can't control the weather. Nor can we control the competition. The latter was often a major contributor to my pre-race jitters during my peak years. I knew I was ready, but often had no idea how fit my competitors would be when they came into the race. And if I figured they may be close to my speed, it could cause my butterflies to fly out of control! Until I told myself that all I could do was to run my own race and do my very best. Maybe we don't worry about how we place or what time the clock shows when we finish, but dread the pain we have to deal with during the final mile or quarter mile. This is when a mantra can be helpful. It can be a simple as telling ourselves that the pain we are feeling is temporary. Or we can think of something positive that will keep our mind off the effort, as long as it doesn't cause us to lose our focus. If you are the least bit competitive, you don't want to see your main age group rival swish past you in the final 100 yards! And if you are running a race on a new course or in a new town, get as prepared as you can. If on a new course, study the course map, and if possible go there for a training run a few days prior. If in a new town (or new part of town), use Google Maps or a similar app to figure out how long it will take you to get there, and adjust for traffic. Talk to other runners who have run the race before, and read the pre-race instructions. And if possible, pick up your race packet the day before. Do all you can to make your new race as “familiar” as possible, and you will arrive more refreshed and focused on the task at hand. Last but not the least, you may be glad to know that a little bit of nervousness before a major race can actually be a good thing. This is a sign that you are indeed focused, and that your mind is on the race. But if pre-race jitters tend to take the best
out of you, I hope you have found something in this column that you can apply to calm your nerves. And I hope that even if your next race is not your fastest it will be your best, because of how great you were feeling before and during the experience! 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
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34:19, Bailey Miller 36:00. 25-29 - Kaitlin Eckl 24:20, Kimberly Russell 24:21, Kendra Isbell 24:23. 30-34 Briana Paduganan 24:16, Jennifer Irons 24:18, Courtney Bunt 26:30. 35-39 - Mindi Graves 26:34, Rosie Walker 26:44, Morgan Daniel 28:38. 40-44 - Christina Croteau 26:45, Christie Harris 26:46, Kim Butler 29:03. 45-49 Sheri Hieel 27:58, Christy Gooch 30:42, Patty Walls 30:53. 50-54 - Teresa Hogan 26:59, Louise Bradford 29:46, Suzanne Mullen 31:40. 55-59 - Joy Harbin 28:49, Mary Lynn Brewer 32:26, Renee Scott 32:33. 6064 - Judy Grubbs 29:14, Mimi Hughes 30:24, Linda Reynolds 32:37. 65-69 - Janice Woods 28:59, Barbara Autry-Tall 29:33, Faye Sanders 29:50.
ARKANSAS Hogeye Marathon/Half Marathon/5K Fayetteville, AR – 4/8 Male, Marathon: Overall – Jon Bitler 3:04:28, Michael Zadnik 3:12:57, Charles Konzelman 3:13:23. Masters – Joel Fenlason 3:21:11, Beau Bledsoe 3:21:42, Kevin Hanna 3:22:57. 15-19 – Connor Humphrey 4:22:44. 20-24 – John Howard 3:37:11, Jack Sentz 3:58:07, Christopher Hill 4:14:57. 25-29 – Victor Brown 3:44:45, Rick Wolke 4:16:42, Joby Olguin 4:41:48. 30-34 – Travis Appel 3:24:32, Byrt Bradbury 3:34:05, Shelby Lewis 3:36:17. 35-39 – Tony Wysocki 3:18:55, Matt Lewis 3:36:17, Jason Hammel 3:37:55. 40-44 – Eric Robinson 3:33:26, Marc Gill 3:36:22, Jeff Delozier 3:43:51. 45-49 – Andres Gies 3:23:10, Pompilio Garay 3:30:59, John Hughes 3:33:38. 50-54 – Frank Lane 3:42:34, Nathan Venable 3:47:27, Wayne Depew 4:03:55. 55-59 – Kim Howard 3:38:08, Vincent Reynolds 3:44:45, David Zajic 3:56:34. 60-64 – David Giles 3:53:54, Allan Cibert 4:53:43, Steve Owen 6:14:44. 65-69 – Michael Shiach 5:18:43, James Hall 6:50:04. 70-74 – Gary McLendon 5:28:37, Jamie Harris 5:58:19, Joe Graham 7:08:13. 80-over – Koei Nakanishi 7:16:50. Female, Marathon: Overall – Emily King 3:12:38, Katie Thompson 3:28:47, Carrie Taylor 3:47:53. Masters – Natalie McBee 3:48:31, Kenda Grover 3:58:07, Alison Jumper 3:59:30. 15-19 – Adeline Holder 4:31:44, Abigail Romero 5:10:59. 20-24 – Lauren Sewell 4:11:49, Samantha Corral 4:13:56, Rachel Burge 5:00:50. 25-29 – Jadyn Whitley 4:44:57, Sadie Smith 4:51:09, Renee Brock 6:27:28. 30-34 – Beth Wysocki 3:49:31, Christine Clark 3:59:02, Terri Farar 4:18:41. 35-39 – Lauren Nicholls 3:51:51, Katie Helms 3:59:12, Sara Jones 4:04:07. 4044 – Lisa Mobley 4:08:33, Marta Robinson 4:15:10, Crystal Cossey 4:19:13. 45-49 – Theresa Cook 4:19:26, Lisa Bridger 4:25:27, Gina Russell 4:50:09. 50-54 – Shelly Mack 4:49:55, Monica Dalby 4:50:29, Karen Shideler 5:29:42. 55-59 – Annette Blanton 4:18:18, Marie Bartoletti 4:59:17, Jeanine Brerton 5:16:25. 6064 – Karen Slattery 5:02:06, Mary McDonald 6:18:40, Shirley Bearden 6:21:28. 75-79 – Libby Dutton 7:51:52. Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Michael Harris 1:18:20, Enrique Perez 1:21:40, Nathan Sellers 1:25:15. Masters – Cade Jacobs 1:31:09, Kenneth Carter 1:33:41, Jack Verstraten 1:34:20. 11-under – Alexander Ozlowski 2:02:15. 12-19 – Ryan Hunter 1:29:58, Pedro Manon 1:48:37, Austin Harbison 1:56:12. 20-24 – Everardo Reyes 1:46:00, Javier Moreno 1:51:00, Sean Turley 1:54:20. 25-29 – Chad Thurman 1:32:58, Javier Araujo 1:36:41, Nicky Halpern 1:37:33. 30-34 – Seth Summerside 1:25:25, Henry Delaplane 1:30:06, Chris Cheek 1:34:35. 35-39 – Aaron Dickens 1:32:32, Urias Trejo-Benitez 1:36:02, Nathan McLeod 1:37:38. 40-44 – Mark Holy 1:43:04, Brian Whitney 1:43:45, Chad McCaulley 1:45:01. 45-49 – Ron Stafford 1:40:24, James Moy 1:46:06, Rob Williams 1:47:30. 50-54 – Michael Riha 1:41:38, Chuck Court 1:45:44 Dan Flanigan 1:46:50. 55-59 – Randall Thompson 1:46:07, Keith Stone 1:49:53, David Arnstrong 1:51:35. 60-64 – Danny Bustle 1:58:03, Tom Dunlap 1:59:38, Bob Headrick 2:01:46. 65-69 – Allen White 1:58:44, Ernie Montgomery 2:04:20, Mike Gilbert 2:18:01. 70-74 – Robert Dewar 2:33:53, Kent Dobbs 3:54:43. 75-79 – Dale Schuler 2:23:52. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Dominique Scott 1:18:01, Theresa Yorek 1:35:55, Lainie Many 1:38:02. Masters – Laurie Currens 1:45:28, Rebecca Grear 1:47:09, Deoris Hudson 1:50:58 12-19 – Hannah Lloyd 2:13:44, Caroline Esler 2:25:41, Jocleyn Cortes 2:33:09. 20-24 – Anna Fisher
more results at running.net 1:44:21, Ashley Bratton 1:50:52, Mollie Kenerson 1:50:57 25-29 – Brttany Rodgers 1:40:36, Kara Jackson 1:43:30, Summer Middaugh 1:52:52. 30-34 – Trista Killinsworth 1:41:45, Erin Howie 1:47:17, Paige Funkhouser 1:49:12. 35-39 – Mary Goff 1:53:34, Amy Van Lear 1:53:41, Marlena Bond 1:55:42. 40-44 – Jennie Horton 1:57:02, Michelle Leblanc 1:59:28, Tracy Hooten 2:00:15. 45-49 – Bobbie Bratton 1:51:54, Mary McNeil 2:03:26, Danna Williams Frazier 2:04:27. 50-54 – Paige Laws 1:55:56, Karen Kelley 2:00:44, Connie Townzen 2:01:14. 55-59 – Janet Gilker 2:05:11, Pat Cagle 2:12:08, Karen Lomax 2:12:15. 60-64 – Carolyn Church 2:00:44, Michele Dewitt 2:01:41, Susn Voskam 2:06:52. 65-69 – Marcella Morton 2:31:29, Kay Boe 3:04:53, Yvonne Sheffield 3:18:56. 70-74 – Dona Montgomery 2:29:06, Carole Swope 2:38:20, Cherie Ressler 3:02:28. Male, 5K: Overall – Cameron Efurd 18:03, Jose Rueda 18:57, Garrett Wade 19:29. Masters – Frank Arellano 19:41.
FLORIDA Winter Park 10K Winter Park, FL – 3/25 Male, Overall – Raymond McCormack 31:09, William Vanos 32:56, Fredison Costa 33:33. Masters – Luis Pou 35:53. Grandmasters – John Lafreniere 38:20. Senior Grandmasters – Angelo Cusimano 38:40. 14-18 – Colin Reiger 42:39, Daniel Thomson 43:44, Aaron Thomson 43:44. 20-24 – Ram Khalmuratov 34:59, Peter Licari 36:30, Kyler Long 36:42. 25-29 – Mark Kirkikis 35:17, Sam Dreilinger 36:07, Daniel Whalen 36:17. 30-34 – Paul Nielsen 34:56, Brian Sharbono 35:09, Jeremy Ruaya 36:44. 35-39 – Nathan Adams 33:54, Rich Hinzman 37:08, Peter Buffington 37:59. 40-44 – Brian Furgala 38:44, Brian Fields 39:34, Frankie Franceschi 41:22. 45-49 – Daniel McCarthy 37:42, Neil Quintero 39:37, Alec Ruksuez 39:44. 50-54 – Robert Fischer 41:47, Joshua Colwell 43:18, Hahns Kindt 44:27. 55-59 – Mike Dickinson 39:06, Bruce Giese 40:47, Roque Nunez 41:18. 60-64 – George Mason 41:03, Steve Gallagher 43:50, Leonel Gutierrez 44:57. 65-69 – Scott Colling 45:55, Chris Dice 47:02, Aaron Guerra 49:39. 70-74 – Walt Herscher 52:36, Peter Weishaar 52:44, Ove Nedergaard 55:17. 75-79 – John Boyle 51:42, David Wolthorn 53:48, Jerry Pace 58:16. 80-over – Roger Gilb 1:09:03, Phil Wisniewski 1:22:03, Jack Gallagher 1:22:45. Female, Overall – Natasha Yaremezuk 36:50, Kristen Tenaglia 36:59, Erica Weitz 37:23. Masters – Michelle Nunez 38:28. Grandmasters – Darla Bennett 46:07. Senior Grandmasters – Ginny Hornberger 53:12. 14-18 – Polina Rukosuez 48:12 Isabella Lozano 53:30, Meredith Mottern 53:30. 19-24 – Emily Resciniti 43:30, Charlotte Howarth 45:59, Alexandra Ferrer 46:17. 25-29 – Sydney Devore 37:31, Laura Kirkikis 38:13, Anja Drew 39:25. 30-34 – Lauren Fitzgibbon 41:14, Nicole Gerrish 41:53, Danna Deans 43:21. 35-39 – Jennifer O’Brien 40:33, Diana Lowe 42:12, Lorraine Breiner 44:04. 40-44 – Heather Schulz 38:59, Pam Carr 42:56, Carey Rothschild 43:13. 45-49 – Amy Ertel 41:30, Angie Ave 44:52, Cathy Rash 45:37. 50-54 – Jennie Nowak 48:22, Dawn Panny 48:46, Colette Ivanov 50:21. 55-59 – Beth Jeck 47:27, Bonnie Sweet 48:07, Ginger McKim 48:40. 60-64 – Teresa Schmidt 55:59, Meredith Ross 56:34, BJ Paulhus 56:45. 65-69 – Judy Kennedy 54:56, Sue Herscher 55:47, Diane Thomas 56:00.70-74 – Becky Brushwood 1:07:55, Carol Albert 1:15:35, Sandra Cherepow 1:17:11. 75-79 – Terttu Barsch 1:16:58. – Robert Carver
Earth Day 5K for FAVOR Key West, FL – 4/15 Male, Overall – Ryan Pommerening 19:19. Masters – Peter Ryan 21:15. 9-under – Jack Bridger 35:25, Dexter Leach 46:22. 10-14 – Ritchie Stephenson 24:11, Ripley Leach 28:20, Rudy Salvage 36:18. 15-19 – Hunter Orpeza 23:50. 2029 – Hauke Markus Michaelis 21:37, Felix Michaelis 22:28, Andrew Diaz 27:42. 30-39 – Szymon Porazinski 23:08, Gerold Brighe 25:28, Herb Jung 27:29. 40-49 – Stephan Leach 22:02, Matthew Moreland 24:47, Dav Straoer 24:53. 50-59 – Eric Mealus 27:06, Gead Michaelis 30:24, Brad Burshem 36:58. 60-69 – Dave
Running Journal • June, 2017 Whetzel 23:47, Rob Wolfe 27:14, Luis Sanchez 27:49. 70-over – Finn Hassing 22:40, Paul Dunn 39:45. Walker – Terry McGee 39:25. Female, Overall – Joan Totaro 21:27. Masters – Katie Haddock 24:38. 9-under – Sofia Lisamore 42:58.10-14 – Chloe Strohecker 31:09, Chloe Gamber 31:11, Lulu Savage 41:00. 15-19 – Madison Martin 28:58, Abigail Stephenson 31:44. 20-29 – Joanna Wood 25:55, Jessica Nimmenchter 27:58, Carleigh Kruzick 30:26. 30-39 – Marianella MacHado 25:30, Samantha Kornely 26:26, Dasha White 27:12. 40-49 – Katie Leigh 26:19, Maria Paratore 26:30, Jennifer Kojis 27:37. 50-59 – Lucinda Bliss 25:20, Vilma Ciocco 25:34, Diane Krose 25:57. 60-69 – Mira Bedo 29:04, Gail Newton 31:25, Patty Roman 31:39. 70-over – Haley Herriott 27:52. Walker – Patricia McGee 40:16. – Don Nelson
GEORGIA Run the River 10K/5K Roswell, GA – 4/22 Male, 10K: Overall – Manuel Muhl 37:33. Masters – Bill Wileman 38:47. 11-14 – Timmy Cole 41:19, Andy Lewis 42:04, Alan Fralick 58:39. 15-19 – Travis Kirton 39:16, Pierce Mastrion 42:03, Elijah Dwoskin 46:30. 20-24 – Jeffrey Forster 45:03, Chris Machold 47:09, Parth Viswanathan 54:04. 25-29 – Addison Nieman 42:42, Brandon Tyson 46:13, Andrew Spicher 47:12. 30-34 – Ray DeMelfi 40:35, Mike Waugh 42:05, Matt Connolly 46:01. 35-39 – Jaret Brochmann 38:2, James Mayfield 42:53, Trent Shuping 44:50. 40-44 – Joseph Wirtala 40:07, Ben McLain 40:30, Bryan Koepp 41:17. 45-49 – Mark Parsons 43:57, Norman Wenger 44:55, John Goss 45:11. 50-54 – Greg Berns 43:54, Anthony Judge 45:02, Robert Lehman 48:08. 55-59 – John Runnion 43:33, Leon Freese 47:03, Edward Buckley 56:29. 6064 – Michael Farmer 51:27, Steven Damon 53:15, Raleigh Hawes 58:44. 65-69 – Bob St Jean 56:12, Michael Firment 1:04:21, Tom Baydala 1:04:28. 70-74 – Joseph Lenahan 54:42, Michael Story 1:00:26, Sid Sack 1:03:29. 80-over – Roger Wiley 1:11:08. Female, 10K: Overall – Judy Roberts 39:21. Masters – Sara Hofeldt 43:06. 11-14 – Clara Heppner 41:26, Anne Ensley 51:53, Samantha Nurmi 54:28. 15-19 – Kenzie Fisher 51:42, Stephanie Parker 57:56, Isabella Canales Claudio 1:00:31. 20-24 – Liz Obermeer 53:14, Robyn Khung 58:20, Maddy Post 1:00:15. 25-29 – Caitlin Reeck 49:25, Madeline Tyson 53:52, Megan Fisher 54:30. 3034 – Sarah Blazek 45:54, Lauren Schregardus 51:10, Mary David 53:17. 35-39 – Emily Meek 45:04, Rache Kossover-Smith 50:29, Kierstn Hollifield 56:03. 40-44 – Jennifer Liotta 52:12, Alicia Sher 52:42, Julie Rothman 53:39. 45-49 – Cindy Machan 47:48, Jennifer Riffle 48:55, Susie Crisler 51:07. 50-54 – Celeste Barrow 48:03, Alicia Harrington 51:53, Allison Valdes 53:36. 5559 – Ann Pierce 55:59, Jennifer Bonn 58:44, Marlee Press 1:02:29. 60-64 – Elizabeth Unisiawski 52:16, Kathy Bush 1:00:35, Vicki Maxwell-Bustillos 1:08:59. 65-69 – Pam Owens 1:08:25, Jill Tuner 1:11:16, Kathy Bowden 1:13:27. 70-74 – Laura Lee 1:08:30. Male, 5K: Overall – Dan Cole 17:13. Masters – Piotr Flajszer 18:24. 10-under – Jacob Grant 22:38, Patmon Malcom 24:14, Adam Prendergast 25:20. 11-14 – Donovan Miner 21:20, Mark Westrick 23:45, Anthony Vattelana 24:34. 15-19 – Cade Lautenbacher 17:55, Jacques du Plessis 18:00, Jerod Bayly 20:19. 20-24 – Cayman Sotudeh 21:04, Hunter Garrett 21:23, Austin Pooe 28:20. 25-29 – Nolan McClure 19:11, William Morrissey 23:16, Tim Joyce 24:59. 30-34 – Matthew Thomas 19:43, Mark Edwards 23:32, Chris Areu 24:43. 35-39 – Kevin Gibson 18:27, James Hedges 18:31, John Koleski 20:23. 40-44 – Jason Ross 19:15, Phil Peters 22:45, Jaron Brown 22:57. 45-49 – Thomas McNeese 19:40, Eric Letbetter 20:11, Christophe Cadiou 20:37. 50-54 – Holger Schneider 20:57, Roumen Vladimirov 23:07, Paul Decarlo 23:09. 55-59 – Daniel Rich 23:51, Stephen Arnold 25:27, James Morrissey 25:28. 60-64 – Kevin McCutchan 29:42, Tim Montroy 30:26, Kevin Pierce 30:58. 65-69 – Gary Hosmer 23:34, Ever Simmons 29:56, Douglas Fulle 30:08. 70-74 – David Wirtala 29:25, Alan Segal 44:54, Larry Bowen 47:06. 75-79 – Ben Watkins 35:38, Cesar Seoane 37:01, Howard Price 51:22. 80-over – Michael Levine 32:44, Franci Flynn 38:56. Female, 5K: Overall – Tracey Raspante 19:56. Masters – Tammi Delena 20:46. 10-under – Clare Cle 23:29, Catherine Chandler 26:42, Helen Miller 27:05. 11-14 – Heidi Heppner 20:06, Millie Bowen 23:06, Taylor Cushenberry 23:56. 15-19 – Anna Fournaris 25:34, Kate Burgess 26:22, Olivia Ellington 28:31. 20-24 – Morgan Bowen 22:13,
Zoe Condon 23:11, Leah Tate 29:31. 25-29 – Jessica Reagin 21:13, Gemma Peebles 24:52, Cathryn Breslin 27:07. 30-34 – Jenniffer Baez 24:50, Rachel Walker 24:57, Melissa Selby 25:59. 35-39 – Junita Auers 21:32, Gretchen Marinov 22:42, Jenn Macaure 23:01. 40-44 – Michelle Rodabaugh 24:26, Tasha Garrett 26:05, Jennifer Maude 26:20. 45-49 – Chris Decarlo 23:14, Christian Biorn 26:42, Jody Hudmon 27:04 50-54 - Carla Brown 26:45, Rebecca Stevens 27:11, Rachel Condon 27:54. 55-59 – Laurie Devaney 32:00, Karen Levy 32:14, Oretha Ogwotu 32:15. 60-64 – Mary Taylor 29:19, Kathy Prusa 36:11, Lynn Ingram 37:54. 65-69 – Jane Welch 30:38, Vicki Whitehead 42:22. 70-74 – Margueriet 38:40, Claudia Buchanan 39:29, Elizabeth Haake 40:30.
Lemonade Days 5K Dunwoody, GA – 4/22 Male, Overall – Francisco Yerbabuena 19:36, David Hotard 19:58, Abhnee Boves 22:14. Masters – Eric Friedman 22:23, Andrew Ziffer 23:08, Stephen Leeb 24:03. 14-under – Sam Glick 23:38, Luke Sandberg 25:50, Alex MacDonald 25:51. 20-24 – Mark Goode 29:11, Jordan Leach 34:16. 25-29 – Tyler Youngs 23:36, Robert Lovett 28:38. 30-34 – David McLeod 23:40, Steve Weimann 26:09, Pawel Mazur 27:21. 35-39 – Jonathan Bacon 22:55, Derek Schmid 28:44,. 40-44 – Bryan Greenberg 24:15, Jonathan Daisey 31:04, Charles Natho 33:55. 45-49 – Warner Walker 27:54, David Switzer 29:13, Darrell Speck 32:04. 50-54 – Dennis Dail 37:10, Mark Vaizer 47:06. 55-59 – Billy Arrington 29:01, Bruce Benator 37:19. 65-69 – Ronnie Stewart 37:44. 70-over – Jim Webster 29:25, Jimmy Walker 35:40. Female, Overall – Yvonne Leeb 20:07, Ana Karen Yerbabuena 22:53, Allison Coburn 23:10: Masters – Renee Jeffries 28:06, Paula Friedman 28:52, Rhonda Reimenschneider 19:06. 14-under – Katie Yerbabuena 30:13. 15-19 – Olivia Riemenschneider 37:48. 20-24 – Elizabeth Faucher 27:27, Becky Dail 34:16, Laura Bell 37:46. 25-29 – Sunny Hotard 27:15, Katherine Rowcliffe 30:38, Lauren Bundy 30:59. 30-34 – Maria Padierna 24:42, Chelsea Colclough 26:07, Brittany Mealor 26:31. 35-39 – Kristin Hall 30:56, Lauren Geitgey 35:12, Lauren Long 36:44. 40-44 – Elena Lavigne 36:13, Julie Harrell 36:20, Petra Orquiola 46:37. 45-49 – Wendee McGuffee 30:45, Angelika Trechl 32:29, Kim Barnett 47:32. 50-54 – Jamie Burak 36:11, Carolyn Dail 37:09, Pam Murdock 52:06. 55-59 – Sue Arrington 37:02. 65-69 – Linda Delaney 42:50. 70-over – Myrna Barnett 34:34, Beth Webster 36:25.
Rose City 10K Thomasville GA – 4/29 Male, Overall – Christopher Haynes 32:57. Masters – Mickey Moore 38:05. 13-under – Cruz Polo 52:37, Zachary Lauderdale 57:31, Garrett Ledford 57:43. 14-18 – Matthew Cashin 34:51, Dustin Reynolds 38:16, Joseph Ashebo 40:31. 19-24 – Travis Parks 39:12, Lenc Williams 42:42, Jacob Krell 43:08. 25-29 – Mark Tombrink 45:37, Dan Faulkner 52:26, Jereme Hausmann 54:55. 30-34 – Evan Timothy 42:08, Jon Haney 42:37, Erik Anderson 43:23. 35-39 – Chris Carmody 43:05, Christopher Stanley 44:00, Daniel Oldham 45:02. 40-44 – Brad Darsey 46:07, Gary Johnston 46:32, Stephen Sullivan 48:16. 45-49 – Michael Rhodes 39:02, Tad David 41:39, Duane Evans 41:53. 50-54 – Roy Crews 45:13, David Knauf 45:46, Michael Labossiere 49:44. 55-59 – Tim Unger 41:01, Jay Silvanima 48:02, Will Holman 50:37. 60-64 – Craig Bruner 47:12, Joe Vega 50:29, Harold Benton 52:42. 65-69 – Gary Griffin 45:42, David Anderson 49:17, Jim Hall 58:51. 70-74 – Jim Tully 50:14, Chuck Speight 54:33, Larry Kuglar 56:50. 80-over – Bill DeGrummond 1:37:41. Female, Overall – Ann Centner 40:56. Masters – Nancy Stedman 48:01. 13-under – Anna James 55:51. 14-18 – Cynthia Patterson 47:30, Angie Cipriani 51:04, Emma Szwarc 52:07. 19-24 – Alyssa Terry 44:52, Rosalie White 49:38, Carrie Mata 57:00. 25-29 – Katie Sack 41:44, Amy Bradshaw 53:14, Elizabeth Hugerford 54:06. 30-34 – Courtney Krick 50:55, Lori Richardson 52:33, Kelly Ledger 52:53. 35-39 – Christina Linton 48:56, Melanie Jackson 51:42, Teri Grant 51:54. 40-44 – Jennifer Douglas 50:26, Melanie Hall 52:34, Emily Echols 58:41. 45-49 – Margaret Wetherbee 51:10, Wendy Owens 51:33, Kelly Garland 52:09. 50-54 – Birgit Maier-Katkins 52:11, Lynn Landis 1:00:10, Suzanne Angell 1:00:45. 55-59 – Paula O’Neill 51:39, Karen Stauffer 53:30, Gina Purvis 53:48. 60-64 – Nancy Herring 53:59, Roberta Mitchell 1:03:50, April Brown 1:04:56. 65-69 –
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Stephanie Hurt 58:32, Koreen Bridge 1:07:30, Pat Dugan 1:18:32. 80-over – Joyce Hodges-Hite 1:28:14.
MARYLAND Annapolis/Kent Island Run 10K/5K Stevensville, MD – 4/23 Male, 10K: Overall – Brandon Nichols 38:19. 10-under – Jayden McCoy 54:25. 11-15 – William Nagle 55:09. 16-19 – Sean Hobbs 42:59, James Cook 50:30, Terius Green 58:39. 20-29 – Mackenzie Oldfield 50:00, Ian Arbuckle 50:06, Vinvent Gardella 52:02. 3039 – Joseph Duchesneau 1:03:23, Charles Jones 1:07:13. 40-49 – Brian Sanborn 53:24, Andrew Acuna 54:55, Brendan Wills 54:55. 50-59 – Ronald Lee 49:31, Chris Whitesell 5011, Mike Simpson 53:26. 60-69 – Kenneth Gaudreau 57:09, Guy White 57:28, Franklin Schaeffer 1:02:49. Female, 10K: Overall – Charity Edelman 47:11. 10-under – Samantha Wills 54:57. 16-19 – Devon Hunter 49:59. 20-29 – Marie Roy 56:08, Megan Lauterer 56:44, Coleen Lynn 1:11:43. 30-39 – Jennifer Daugherty 53:17, Kristina Strauss 53:31, April Kraft 56:55. 40-49 – Kirsten Strohmer 52:24, Joanna Walker 55:53, Curry Stattel 58:17. 50-59 – Ruth Gaudreau 50:53, Erin Hollamon 59:46, Andi Morony 1:06:06. 6069 – Janice Uthe 55:13. Male, 5K: Overall – Dylan Hurlock 22:12. 10-under – Cameron Hurlock 31:24. 11-15 – Floyd Butler 24:05, Elijah Turner 26:11, Austin Eckhertt 51:37. 16-19 – Scott Coble 22:39, Emery Betcher 26:11. 20-29 – Nicholas Bermudez 26:33, Robert Sheehan 44:19, James Franks 51:02. 3039 – Daniel Walsh 26:14, Robert Maszarose 26:40, Mac Seekford 27:33. 40-49 – Scott Crino 24:59, Bill Alexander 26:39, Charles Jacquette 32:00. 50-59 – David Brocht 25:24, Brian Walter 26:30, Chris Sawyer 26:51. 60-69 – Patrick MacKin 31:22, David Robles 39:47. 70-over – Evan Thomas 38:39. Female, 5K: Overall – Lynn Zepp 22:16. 11-15 – Xena Sawyer 27:39, Allison Tannahill 39:41. 16-19 – Cathy Turner 24:07, Fiona Mulligan 24:13. 2029 – Meaghan Kline 29:54, Tiffany Cheng 30;41, Camille Sheets 30;41. 30-39 – Laura Buckley26:34, Kristen Maszarose 26:39, Katherine Bogomaz 30:18. 40-49 – Stacy Swann 32:49, Ally Deale 34:11, Esther Sawyer 37:08. 50-59 Aprille Abbott 26:14, Sharon Tannahill 27;58, Sarah Gifford 30;07. 60-69 – Valerie Reihl 29:53, Judy Smith 36:16, Anne Robles 36:20.
MISSISSIPPI Race for the Cure 10K/5K Jackson, MS – 4/8 Male, 10K: Overall – Matthew Allen 25:39. Masters – Kennent Barraza 42:03. Grandmasters – Gary Speyrer 42:06. 19-under – Micheal Taylor 44:52. 20-29 – Timothy Morgan 55:02. 30-39 – Lamarkis Branson 45:00. 50-59 – Cliff Harris 1:00:41. 60-69 – John Shellwood 45:22. Female, 10K: Overall – Jordan Henley 43:19. Masters – Mary Taylor 44:55. Grandmasters – Brenda Biscoe 1:09:55. 20-29 – Allie Jasper 45:28, Jordan Morgan 55:02. 30-39 – Aftan Henley 45:27, Keegan Foxx 45:54, Jenelia Branson 1:06:50. Male, 5K: Overall – Luke Bryant 19:57. Masters – Rusty Bryant 22:49. Grandmasters – Jeff Keith 25:19. 19-under – Dallas Stricker 20:25. 20-29 – Austin Essix 36:44. 30-39 – Barron Mathews 28:09, Derrick Cole 44:40, Larry Erhabor 1:06:13. 40-49 – Christopher Lay 32:52, Clinton Mayes 46:57, Preston Everett 47:05. 50-59 – Gary Seale 27:05, Jack Wright 27:59, Micheal Nicholas 57:27. 60-69 – Ellijah Hill 31:23, Casear Hamilton 32:54, Bob Arentson 41:48. Female, 5K: Overall – Nikki Cohn-Byrd 23:06. Masters – Christy Knight 27:14. Grandmasters – Valery Weathersby 34:42. 19-under – Anna Seale 28:27, Melasisha Mason 54:10. 20-29 – Kailey Fourmy 31:47, Elisha Smith 32:22, Kelsi Yates 38:26. 30-39 – Jill Lay 34:11, Sharron Taylor 37:18, Alisha Taylor 37:18. 40-49 – Lisa Seale 32:08, Sabrina Sutherland 34:58, Shannon Plunkett 36:32. 50-59 – Valeria Tillman 38:39, Vernita Dampier 38:39, Sharon Coleman 41:06. 60-69 – Sherri Speyrer
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Corinth Coca-Cola 10K Corinth, MS – 5/6 Male, Overall – Stanley Boen 32:53, Daniel Caddigan 33:16, Jay McCurdy 33:43, Josh Keenan 34:19, Degnet Masebo 36:29. Masters – Shayne Fawcett 36:31. Grandmasters – Tonydee Davis 38:59. Wheelchair – Jay Poindexter 34:15. 8-under – Penn Holley 1:14:19, Baker Holley 1:16:17, Chance Austin 1:17:01. 9-11 – Sam Johnson 49:28, Keller Roach 52:50, Samuel Evans 53:40. 12-14 – William Wayne 42:08, Parker Legoff 45:37, Randall Harville 47:02. 15-19 – Dominick Deleva 36:34, Noah Elliott 36:45, Reed Jones 38:34. 20-24 – Matt Windham 42:12, Kyle Callahan 44:52, Kaleb Digby 45:58. 25-29 – Aaron Robert Hight 41:00, George Taylor 41:39, James Farris 45:04. 30-34 – Jake Metcalfe 40:33, Rodney Cox 40:45, Natha Judd 42:02. 35-39 – Robert Warden 39:07, Kelly Bellar 39:35, Jason Steed 40:02. 40-44 – Nathan Stoll 41:18, Marvin King 41:30, Michael Dorio 44:00. 45-49 – Bo Boatner 37:15, Brian Haskett 37:27, Israel Melendez 38:49. 50-54 – Don Poston 40:03, Robby Callahan 41:40, Terrance Owens 42:16. 55-59 – Alan Smith 44:40, Terry Ingram 47:27, Hendrik Steckhan 49:30. 60-64 – Dan Smithhisler 41:16, Barry Ege 43:04, Danny Crossett 44:33. 65-69 - Jim Jackson 55:51, Stan Walker 56:23, James Eaton 1:03:37. 70-74 – Glen Stewart 53:30, John Sepko 53:34, Lawson Thornton 57:52. 75-79 – Jerry McBride 1:00:46, David Harvey 1:08:57, Jim Briske 1:20:55. 80-over – JD Germany 1:21:00, Harvet Pendergrast 1:29:20, Nathan Hardin 1:37:32. Female, Overall – Emma Neigel 37:05, Julie Johnson 38:42, Emily Frith 39:26, Taylor Corder 41:09, Emma Knight 42:14. Masters – Sandy Lynch 40:48. Grandmasters – Lynn O’Neal 45:48. 8-under – Sarah Sanders 51:45, Lillian Smith 1:12:40, Bree Bolding 1:16:00. 9-11 – Hannah Sanders 54:12, Savannah Chandler 56:07, Mina Hall 1:02:38. 12-14 – Raychel Sanders 51:45, Leah Johnson 52:17, Grace Monaghan 56:46. 15-19 – Kendra Sanders 45:17, Kelly Raye White 49:32, Madelyn Miskelly 53:24. 20-24 – Sara Ekiss 49:01, Molly Warren 49:45, Taylor Bell 52:47. 25-29 – Lori Beth Ellis 46:11, Rachel Tally 46:24, Samantha Litton 47:17. 30-34 – Wendy Gean 48:29, Jessica Caldwell 48:58, Rachel Alison 48:58. 3539 – Jessica Ferguson 48:15, Melanie Mills 48:59, Andrea Parker 49:17. 40-44 – Jessica Myers 44:43, Hope Bain 49:04, April Saylor 49:05. 45-49 – Esther Sanders 47:45, Veronica Swannigan 51:11, Julie Pittman 51:47. 50-54 – Patricia Kessler 48:05, Guinda Flippin 49:19, Brenda Harrison 50:00. 55-59 – Lisa Burnett 47:00, Vickie Spickard 50:00, Lisa Evans 52:40. 60-64 – Cynthia Harrell 57:33, Ruthie Baker 59:09, Minnie Luellen 1:00:51. 65-69 – Janice Woods 1:02:04, Barbara Tall 1:02:50, Betty Gill 1:04:25. 70-74 – Bonnie Partridge 1:09:04, Barbara Prather 1:27:08, Margaret Anne Orr 1:36:54. 75-79 – Norma Boyd 14:46.
NORTH CAROLINA Puzzle Run 5K Concord, NC – 4/8 Male, Overall – Jim McKeon 17:00. 14-under – Landon Rowe 21:18, Carter May 25:10, Clement Dumet 26:50. 15-19 – Rc Anthony 21:58, Allen Hardage 25:08, Nathan Wilson 29:43. 20-24 – Tate Huber 26:44 Brandon McCraw 54:40, 25-29 – Franci de Armas 22:03. 30-34 – Jeff Lucas 30:08. 35-39 – Michael Thomas 21:20, Robson Vargas 25:30. 40-44 – Sylvain Dumet 26:50, Mike Birch 34:57, Duane Wilson 37:14. 45-49 – Ted Park 22:37, Randy Mannn 22:43, Carlo Martinez 23:32. 50-54 – Ritchie Trammell 18:09, Bobby Aswell 19:19, Richard Rowe 22:24. 55-59 – Samuel Lopez 40:32. Female, Overall – Erin Propst 22:38. 14-under – Althea Dumet 25:54, Morgan Reisig 29:03, Lindsay Oakes 47:31. 15-19 – Eloise Dumet 33:37, Madison Birch 49:26. 20-24 – Abigail Propst 30:03, Ashley Martin 38:19, Victoria Maiorino 54:40. 2529 – Cassle Bunel 27:59, Charis chambers 37:26, Erin Murphy 37:31. 30-34 – Jeannie Bourgess 23:36, Amber Taylor 28:30, Christina Wilson 29:15. 35-39 – Shelley
www.running.net Reisig 26:11, Sonia Peraranda 31:23, Maryland Salamanca 34:19. 40-44 – Odile Ducatez 25:11, Heather McLeod 25:32, Heather May 25:43. 45-49 – Virginia Ware 26:29, Amy Johnson 26:57, Patty Bock 33:31. 50-54 – Terri Winowich 25:13, Kelley Carpenter 30:04, Cynthia Lopez 35:27.
RockyFest 20K/10K/5K Trail Races Hiddenite, NC – 4/22 20K: Order of Finish – 1-Andrew Peterson 2:06:51, 2-Jacob Beaver 2:08:03, 3-JackBrown 2:15:24, 4-Kthy Hurst 2:23:38, 5-Marissa Cooper 2:23:56, 6-Crystal Hurt 2:35:50, 7-Eric Sprinkle 2:42:35, 8-Rodney Sprinkle 2:42:59, 9-Julie McMakin 3:14:11, 10-Lisa Loveday 3:16:57, 11-Brigitte Spurgeon 3:25:06, 12-Tom Dunn 3:39:07, 13-Scott Atkins 4:0:20, 14-Banet Kerley 4:42:30, 15-Robyn Gail Richardson 4:42:30. 10K, Top 25– 1-Alex Griggs 49:32, 2-Caleb Coatney 56:28, 3-Chris Collins 1:0042, 4-Brent Haffey 1:05:23, 5-Missy Wright 1:05:59, 6-Joe Risner 1:07:56, 7-Russ Darden 1:08:47, 8-Cathy Moore 1:10:54, 9-Adam Hassler 1:11:53, 10-Jamie Miller 1:12:35, 11-Nathan Huret 1:14:30, 12-Frankie Keever 1:17:03, 13-Allison Cox 1:17:22, 14-Nicky Sanchez 1:17:26, 15-Omar Trejo 1:18:55, 16-Dale Pennell 1:20:52, 17-Thomas Williams 1:22:10, 18-Todd Fowler 1:22:10, 19-Connie Lewis 1:22:15, 20-Amy Alexander-Clark 1:22:42, 21-Steven Pope 1:26:51, 22-Sherry Freeman 1:26:54, 23Nathanael Smoker 1:30;14, 24-Benjamin Smoker 1:30;14, 25-Aundrea Beck 1:31:46. 5K, Top 25 – 1-Andrew Jordan 24:00, 2-Luke Morris 27:01, 3-Douglas Pennell 27:41, 4-Pat Hurst 30:55, 5Drew Morris 31:13, 6-Kelsie Stikeleather 31:13, 7Jenny Leamon-Smith 31:53, 8-Matt Kerr 32:01, 9Hunter Heltsley 32:06, 10-James Baity 32:31, 11-Reed Hassler 36:22, 12-Anna Hodges 36:33, 13-Chris Mitchell 36:53, 14-Kristi Everley 38:33, 15-Ted Cooke 38;45, 16-Ryan Hodges 39:05, 17-Kelly Sims 40:17, 18-Calvin Castaneda 40:36, 19-Shelly Brown 44:18, 20Taylor Hurst 44:29, 21-Sheila Miller 44:40, 22-Joe Lail 45:23, 23-Pete Stulginskis 45:24, 24-Angel Hammer 46:16, 25-Angie Cannon 46:25.
Mint Hill Lions Club 5K Mint Hill, NC – 4/22 Male, Overall – Mike Mitchell 16:38, Michael Beckerman 18:37, Hyrum Butler 19:03. 8-under – Jay Olin 24:13, Dash Huntley 27:03, Gage Allen 31:11. 9-11 – Matthew Golden 24:25, Brandt Huntley 26:59, Landon Phillips 36:30. 12-14 – Dylan Lamb 21:14, Alex Salguedo 28:49, Patrick Wessler 37:45. 15-16 – Drew Huntley 20:52, Adam Huntley 21:53, Michael Glden 23:52. 17-19 – Jake Hutchinson 19:17, Jace Hutnely 20:49. 20-24 – Reyes Cruz 30:09, Wil Boston 34:09, Jared Anderson 42:10. 25-29 – Ian Baker 22:26, Daniel Luke 24:44, Daniel Johnson 28:48. 30-34 – Adam Maultsby 22:38, Phillip Riley 22:49, Adam Anderson 25:13. 35-39 – Brian Allen 20:47, David McLaughlin 21;17, Sean Lammers 22:21. 40-44 – Bradley Lamb 21:09, Curtis Detree 26:32, Ralph Solis 28:22. 45-49 – Joe Scarcell 26:32, Greg Huntley 27:29, Rick Pinto 30:04. 50-54 – Michael Miller 23:19, George Golden 25:00, David Kraft 29:04. 55-59 – John Phillips 27:20. 60-64 – Steve Staley 24:14, Tom Torkildsen 25:58, Paul Strachan 26:47. 65-69 – Juan Alzate 25:16, David Haney 26:56, Michael Wally 27:19. 70-over – Larry Seavers 31:52, Tassen Kassahun 38:15. Female, Overall – Melissa Orr 22:58, Dianne Allen 23:23, Tessa Newberg 25:16. 8-under – Anne Peskir 35:34. 9-11 – Alina Pinto 30:32. 12-14 – Ava Son 37:36. 17-19 – Chelsea Gillette 28:19. 20-24 – Maxine Cha 27:16, Jessica Moreno 28:51, Summer Huntley 29:59. 25-29 – Rochelle Maignan 28:51, Larrell McAllister 28:58, Elizabeth Lyle 30:00. 30-34 – Stephanie Baker 26:03, Morgan Olin 27:19, Kidist Kassahun 28:33. 35-39 – Christina Osborne 27:18, Suzanne Allen 31:11, Sarah Dodson 32:10. 40-44 – Ursule Stack 25:32, Crystal Belk 26:37, Buffy Haney 27:53. 45-49 – Donna Huntley 27:02, Julie Crowell 27:48, Marie Humphrey 28:25. 50-54 – Sonia Scarcella 28:35, Laura Jewell 29:36, Shari Chambers 33:40. 55-59 – Lawana McAllister 29:19, Jane Cooper 30:28, Robin Link 41:49. 60-64 – Barbara Shiffler 28:28, Kay Hastings 30:24, Cathy Deconstanza 31:40. 65-69 – Irene Furr 37:11, Ann Adams 46:06. 70-over – Kathey Seavers 29:09, Susan Queen 46:27.
Glow Crazy 5K Winston Salem, NC – 4/28 Male, Overall – Parker Key 20:31, Richard Ellis 21:49, Richard Nowak 20:53. 12-under – Jake Johnston 23:41, Landon Ramey 24:16, Aiden Fleming 28:08. 13-19 – Luke Johnston 23:41, Evan Morgan 29:49, Grant Morgan 30:16. 20-29
– Tyler Beal 25:33, Stephon Evans 26:39, Jesus Sandoval 26:40. 30-39 – Joshua Foster 25:49, Brendon Garner 26:52, Daniel Wimmer 28:08. 40-49 – Rayvis Key 27:06, Mrkus Gebel 27:23, Phillip Palmer 31:08. 5059 – Lon Morgan 26:27, John Creger 36:14, Jim Carros 39:08. 60-69 – William Brettschneider 35:42, John Connery 42:20, Rence Callahan 44:35. Female, Overall – Olivia Brettschneider 27:26, Anna Krawcyk 27:44, Vera Whipple 27:48. 12-under – Austin Huffman 27:56, Anya Benfield 35:19, Mackenzie Smith 35:50. 13-19 – Sara Griffin 31:51, Kaitlin Whittington 38:37, Payton Kota 39:31. 2029 – Brenda Velasquez 34:59, Mayra Martinez 34:59, Francesca Adams 35:06. 30-39 – LaRona Jones 28:55, Heather Carter 35:59, Jennifer Hull 36:07. 40-49 – Heather Cagle 27:52, Chasity Ramey 28:14, Lori Reader 30:54. 50-59 – Vanessa Johnson 36:39, Marylin Sawyers 36:41, Shirley Gaither 40:51. 60-69 – Mary Kling 53:20, Roxane Littlejohn 56:16, Johnnie King Scales 1:03:12.
Spring Folly 5K Kernersville, NC – 5/6 Male, Overall – Christian Razo 19:52, Brett Dixon 20:05, Guillermo Razo Contreras 20:21. 15-19 – Jared Edwards 20:30, Spencer Murray 25:17. 25-29 – Steven Miller 25:14, Ryan Taube 26:50. 30-34 – Justin Shumaker 21:28, Dwight Peele 28:04, Travis Snow 32:28. 35-39 – Jeremy Bush 20:46. 40-44 – Rick Edwards 26:07, Grisson Davis 26:18. 45-49 – Kurt Hollinger 23:38, Shane Baker 29:25. 50-54 – Terry Eddinger 26:22, Danny Inman 27:53. 55-59 – Joe Hall 20:29, Ken Peterson 25:34, Chas Fiore 34:08. 60-64 – Oma Galloway27:28. 65-69 – Eric Gibbs 30:33, Andre Vonsiatsky 32:00. 70-over – Jack Stanley 31:06, Edwin Roger Howard 45:16. Female, Overall – Tina Morrison 21:09, Paris Stankewich 25:17, Danise Peele 25:45. 15-19 – Jessy Edwards 37:05. 25-29 – Caitlin Felderhoff 26:32. 30-34 – Jaimie Duesing 28:21. 35-39 – Ginny McKay 30:41. 40-44 – Kelly Davis 27:12, Trish Edwards 32:16. 45-49 – Cynthia Warner 46:13. 70-over – Susie Kluttz 34:03.
SOUTH CAROLINA Cooper River Bridge Run 10K Charleston, SC – 4/1 By Cedric Jaggers The 40th anniversary edition of the Cooper River Bridge Run was a huge success. With warm sunny weather all week and a similar forecast for race day, registration grew to 38,177, up by 2,275 from last year while the number of race finishers grew to 32,532, the largest number since 2012, up by 5,689. It was a comfortable 54 degrees with only a very slight breeze at the 8 AM start but the temperature was going up quickly as it was already 65 degrees an hour later and up to 74 degrees when the last finisher crossed the line at 11:45. The unexpectedly warm weather sent 20 participants to the medical tents for treatment and three runners had heart attacks during the race; one 68 year old man from NC did not survive. There had been only two previous reported heart attacks in race history. This year the race had a new record set for oldest finisher as 95 year old Al Rampey of Greenville, SC crossed the finish line as the 32,393rd finisher with a time of 3:23:13. For the sixth year in a row the race used USATF certified course #SC12007DW which begins on Coleman Boulevard in Mt Pleasant, crosses the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge and finishes on Meeting Street in downtown Charleston. Runners were divided into 14 waves, based on expected time, each of which started 3 minutes apart. The race itself was a good one. Pre-race talk was that no American had won the race since 1991, and some were predicting that this would be the year that streak ended. With two time defending champion Dominic Ondoro of Kenya, and Olympic Bronze medalist in the 5k Edwin Rotich also from Kenya in the race, the hopes were that Shadrack Kipchirchir an American born Kenyan who lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado and runs for the U.S. Army World Class Athlete program and who represented the US at the 2016 Olympics could win. A pack of 10 runners jumped to the lead and hit the 5k mark at together. They stayed close together until about four and a half miles when surges started thinning the pack. Kipchirchir had a plan, to stay with the leaders and then outkick them at the finish. After the race he said “I finish in second a lot and I’m sick of it, so my race
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plan today was to be patient and wait for my moment.” With only three runners left and less than a mile to go a strong surge dropped Ondoro so only two runners turned the last turn together. With less than two tenths of a mile to go Kipchirchir turned on the afterburners to take the win, two seconds faster than Rotich in 28:12 to 28:14, the fastest winning time since 2010. Ondoro finished in third place in 28:33, 28 seconds faster than his winning time last year. The top female runners also took off, as a pack of five hit the 5k mark together, and stayed close through about 4 miles. After the race, defending champion Monicah Ngige of Kenya said she wasn’t feeling strong at 4 miles, but felt she had to start moving. She said she felt better at 6 miles and made her move to take a 5 second win over Elvin Kibet, also of Kenya with times of 32:40 and 32:45. Kibet is the wife of this year’s race winner. Third place this year in 32:47 was Mamitu Daska of Ethiopia.The first USA finisher was race winner Shadrack Kipchirchir in 28:12, a record USA time for the race. The first USA female finishers was Kaitlin Goodman of Providence, RI who finished 35th overall in 33:52. Masters Male winner was Christopher Kipyego 42, of Kenya in 30:30. Female masters award went to Jen Rhines, 42 of Boston, MA in 35:16. The Grand Masters winners were Gary Bolduc, 53 of Ridgeville, SC in 36:02, and Sharryn Whitmore, 51 of Mt Pleasant, SC in 43:24. The Senior Grand Masters Awards went to David Bourgeois, 60 of Summerville, SC in 40:37, and Debbie Flynn, 60 of Cross, SC in 45:36. In addition to the prize money division, the Bridge Run presented awards 3 deep in each age group, and a th 40 anniversary finisher medal to everyone who finished the race. Male, Overall – 1-Shadrack Kipchirchir 28:12, 2Edwin Rotich 28:14, 3-Dominic Ondoro 28:33, 4Tsegaye Getachew 28:40, 5-Birhan Nebebew 28:44, 6Jon Grey 28:49, 7-John Muritu 28:53, 8-Eliud Ngetich 28:53, 9-Kirubel Erass 28:54, 10-MacDonald Ondara 29:51. Masters – Christopher Kipyego 30:30, Eric Ashton 33:26, KarlWalsh 34:08, Eddie Posey 35:55, Jason Annan 36:26. Grandmasters – Gary Bolduc 36:02, Jeffrey Dundas 37:12, John Piggott 37:34. Senior Grandmasters – David Bourgeois 40:37. Wheelchair – James Senbeta 25:16, Krige Schabort 25:17, Jose Pulido 28:27. Marcus Newberry award – Chris Bailey 33:05, Mack Johnston 33:48, Karl Walsh 34:08. USA – Shadrack Kipchirchir 28:12, Jon Grey 28:49, Kirubel Erassa 28:54. 5-9 – Jesse Oates 47:12, Hidde Verkoeijen 48:45, Lucas Helferich 52:34. 10-14 – Zane Jackson 34:59, Max Sharnes 37:20, Evan Daniels 39:35. 15-19 – Trevor Dominy 33:55, Nick Walker 35:53, Benjamin Melville 36:26. 20-24 – Panuel Mkungo 30:13, Ty McCormack 30:41, Glen Burkhardt 32:28. 25-29 – Isaac Mukundi 30:09, Andrew Epperson 30:32, John Raneri 30:44. 3034 – Donnie Cowart 3:35, Eric Chirchir 3:43, Wilson Karanja 32:01. 35-39 – Ben Payne 30:40, Julius Kiptoo 31:27, Jay Upchurch 35:23. 40-44 – Eduardo Ribeiro 36:26, Geoffrey Hayden 36:44, Orinthal Striggles 36:48. 45-49 – Brian Fancher 37:14, Adrian Stewart 39:27, Brendan Silver 39:36. 50-54 – Ronald Vandervort 38:34, Jim Fullarton 38:51, Erik Johnson 38:56. 55-59 – Chris Sheftic 38:15, Marc Embler 38:55, Martin Harrison 38:58. 60-64 – George Sykes 43:18, Andy Tedesco 43:36, Anthony Glaser 43:41. 65-69 – Rob Kriegshaber 44:40, Darryl Smith 45:46, Daniel Brown 47:40. 70-74 – Elbert Howard 52:56, Gary Hansford 53:20, William Anderson 54:59. 75-79 – Lawrence Middaugh 1:01:03, Stephen Lowe 1:01:25, Donald Snowdon 1:03:09. 80over – Jerry Prentice 1:06:59, Clyde Mizzell 1:07:39, Wiliam Boulter 1:12:21. Female, Overall – 1-Monicah Ngige 32:40, 2-Elvin Kibet 32:45, 3-Mamitu Daska 32:47, 4-Etaferahu Temesgen 32:56 5-Simegn Yeshanbel 33:48, 6-Kaitlin Goodman 33:52, 7-Grace Wambui Nganga 33:54, 8Katie Matthews 34:05, 9-Becky Wade 34:18, 10Firehiwot Dado 34:36. Masters – Jen Rhines 35:16, Tere Zacher 37:02, Tetyana Byelovl 37:15, Kim Mueller 39:29, Jennifer Bodnar 39:43. Grandmasters – Sharryn Whitmore 43:24 ,Ruth Marie Embler 44:12, Dian Ford 46:01. Senior Grandmasters – Debbie Flynn 45:36. Marcus Newberry award – Shannon Miller 38:56,
more results at running.net Blair Turnage 40:30, Grace Herlong 40:31. USA – Kaitlin Goodman 33:52, Katie Matthews 34:05, Becky Wade 34:18. 5-9 – Sanne Verkoeijen 49:03, Avery Miller 57:12, Grace Marsaa 1:02:03. 10-14 – Kathleen Abrams 42:35, Lauren Sizemore 44:00, Connor McMahon 45:49. 15-19 – Paola Figueroa 42:49, Kate Goldenring 44:06, Bella Crowe 44:06. 20-24 – Chantalle Blundell 39:21, Erin Clark 40:07, Hailey Middlebrook 40:27.. 25-29 – Taylor Ward 35:01, Lauren Goss 35:04, Alyssa Bloomquist 36:33. 30-34 – Shannon Miller 38:56, Blair Turnage 40:29, Hilary Richards 41:11. 35-39 – Shawanna White 38:01, Kelly Woodard 39:31, Meg Santanna 39:38. 4044 – Michelle Krueger 39:57, Tatyana Spencer 40:12, Susan Scherer 41:54. 45-49 – Catherine Hollister 41:07, Kristin McCann 43:10, Krista Schoenewolf 44:07. 50-54 – Laura Stepp 46:03, Carol Plummer 46:38, Dolyne Divino 47:32. 55-59 – Patricia Jordan 46:17, Heidi Manzano 48:12, Nina Parks-Taylor 50:09. 60-64 – Cherry Kent 47:52, Pam Drafts 48:08, Suzy Coffey 49:06. 65-69 – Judy Phelps 48:18, Yvonne Richardson 54:32, Kiki Sweigart 54:41. 70-74 – Nancy Curry 57:27, Nancy Stinon 58:43, Joan Mulvihill 1:04:57. 75-79 – Nancy Cameron 1:08:30, Helga Hulett 1:19:21, Evelyn Vest-Arnold 1:21:28. 80-over – Jane Gregorie 1:20:46, Rita Sadowski 1:22:10, Jan Mizzell 1:29:35.
Day Break 10 miles/5K Columbia, SC – 4/8 Male, 10 miles: Overall – Derek Hutton 1:0053, Anton Bodourov 1:01:31, Seth Jenny 1:02:25, Daniel Hayes 1:02:41, Zach Demoya 1:03:06. Masters – Larry Jourdain 1:04:23, Jeffrey Padgett 1:07:40, Angel Manuel 1:08:35. Grandmasters – Eric Sabin 1:09:23, Larry Bates 1:11:53, Kyle Addy 1:14:47. Senior Grandmasters – Mike Compton 1:22:44, John Matheny 1:26:38, Tom Hamblin 1:30:03. Veterans – Peter Mugglestone 1:43:19. 10-under – Jesse Oates 1:20:41. 11-14 – Luke Walden 1:23:55. 15-19 – John Homer 1:08:26. 20-24 – Grayson Lowman 1:33:17. 25-29 – Sean Marden 1:04:26, Wilson Harvey 1:04:47, McCray Weeks 1:06:52. 30-34 – Ricky Padgett 1:04:56, Jarod Holt 1:07:11, Hardee Sanders 1:07:42. 35-39 – Alexander McLain 1:05:43, Thomas Anderson 1:10:10, Mark Tibshrany 1:10:24. 40-44 – Alex McDonald 1:09:47, Robert Yerger 1:10:54, John Lansche 1:14:00. 45-49 – Randal Hrechko 1:11:17, Greg Fowler 1:12:26, Brad Holmes 1:12:35. 50-54 – Bernard Vermeersch 1:16:10, Mitchell Mattingly 1:18:56, Tim Linther 1:19:07. 55-59 – Von Hite 1:17:38, Gene Brinson 1:20:51, George Starnes 1:21:01. 60-64 – Chuck Tworzyanski 1:33:35, Bob Wright 1:34:40, Tommy Outlaw 1:41:47. Female, 10 miles: Overall – Shawanna White 1:01:10, Mary Claire Cox 1:05:51, Jennifer Kryzanowski 1:10:58, Jennifer Lybrand 1:11:43, Gena Ochal 1:14:51. Masters – Wendy Hart 1:18:13 Jennifer Conrick 1:19:04, Jennifer Clyburn 1:19:25. Grandmasters – Anita Recchio 1:24:47, Becky Morgan 1:26:09, Colleen Reed 1:27:15. Senior Grandmasters – Nancy Anderson 1:41:49, Lynn Grimes 1:46:40, Cheryl Outlaw 1:49:15. 20-24 – Jennifer Anderson 1:20:18, Mia Cherry 1:30:31, Chelsie Goodman 1:36:32. 25-29 – Chelsea Baker 1:16:55, Kathleen Peil 1:19:02, Veronica Watsonn 1:20:52. 30-34 – Kaya Balderson 1:23:01, Julie Bitzel 1:25:53, Rachel Popkowski 1:27:09. 35-39 – Pamela Knapp 1:16:48, Sally Fulkert 1:17:58, Jessica Chiu 1:18:04. 40-44 – Julie McKinnon 1:20:25, Amand Lyons 1:21:07, Sherri Mims 1:25:56 45-49 – Julia Norcia 1:20:00, Teresa Hrubala 1:21:42, Meg Edmunds 1:31:23. 50-54 – Kelly Danias 1:31:49, Monica Wright 1:33:09, Jeannie Craig 1:37:43. 55-59 – Carol Wallace 1:38:06, Diane Mastrull 1:38:37, Anglea Burkett 1:39:16. 65-69 – Brigitte Smith 1:58:46. Male, 5K: Overall – Ryan Plexico 18:10, Chris Conrick 18:46, Jeff Brandenburg 18:59, Mark Bedenbaugh 19:23, Nathaniel Carrasco 19:49. Masters – Andrew Ortaglia 19:52, Geary McAlister 20:17, Peter O’Boyle 20:35. Grandmasters – George Monsalvatge 22:52, Walt Cole 25:00, Arnold Floyd 25:24. Senior Grandmasters – Rocky Soderberg 31:10, John Houser 34:01, Danny Senn 43:53. Veterans – Ed Haynsworth 49:09. 10-under – Ryan McFarland 25:17, Collin Davis 25:18, Tate Welch 26:18. 11-14 – Ethan Kurtz 20:29,
Running Journal • June, 2017 Tyler Miles 20:35, Chase Uveges 20:58. 20-24 – Luke Sande 20:19. 25-29 – Maxwell Burns 24:19, Drew Baron 30:28, Lachlan Medley 32:05. 30-34 – Andy Mikula 21:11, Nathan Yelk 24:57, Antavis Dennis 27:46. 35-39 – Alan Puckett 20:36, David Crow 21:57, Richard Bhola 23:53. 40-44 – Steve Conrick 22:10, Todd Caldwell 22:26, Jones Sutherland 24:25. 45-49 – Chris Fisher 23:41, Matthew Haigh 29:05, Dana Brown 30:15. 50-54 – Mario Alvarez 26:44, Tim Rice 30:41, Mark Wilke 30:45. 60-64 – David Coward 45:53. Female, 5K: Overall – Cymbeline Wilke 20:10, Kendra Miles 21:42, Gabbi Hart 21:43, Frylee Matthews 22:47, Christine Bryant 23:11. Masters – Nonie Hudnall 24:18, Victoria Simontis 24:55, Joyce Welch 20:35. Grandmasters – Sherry Blizard 26:44, Pam Inman 28:10, Rita Anderson 31:24. Senior Grandmasters – Brenda Brazell 43:10. 10-under – Gracin Norris 26:38, Ryan Welch 32:53, Camdyn Matthews 39:24. 11-14 – Madison Hart 23:25. 15-19 – Brittany Robbins 27:17, Emma Faulkenberry 34:55. 20-24 – Samantha Weigner 36:41. 25-29 – Tamara Brown 27:53, Iesha Burns 27:55, Katlyn Safran 28:13. 30-34 – Deidre Burch 27:57, Masayajoy De Leon 30:47, Jacqueline Yonke 30:50. 35-39 – Svetla Grigorova 25:51, Selena Tention 26:54, Hanah Lampman 30:43. 40-44 – Lisa Faulkenberry 29:00, Stephanie Dukes 29:39, Amy Medeiros 30:45. 45-49 – Yvonne Boyles 27:50, Rhonda Holman 28:40, Kim Collins 30:23. 50-54 – Emma Carson 32:27, Robin Dipietro 36:19, Cherri Watson 44:47.. 55-59 – Cheryl Matheny 38:38, Amy Coward 45:54, Louise Haggerty 47:15.
Palmetto Half Marathon/5K Columbia, SC – 4/8 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – William Wise 1:23:06, Chase Eldredge 1:24:51, Joshua Hester 1:25:49. Masters – David Taylor 1:31:37, Ed Aufuldish 1:38:32, Derek Gomez 1:39:29. 14-under – Hayden Carter 2:36:53, Anthony Horn 2:47:39. 15-19 – Reid Haigler 1:26:42, Trey Burns 1:37:06, Zachary Tripp 1:45:34. 20-24 – Lorence Crossett 1:44:11, Jaron Pettis 1:47:10, Aaron Roach 1:48:56. 25-29 – Matt Talley 1:32:26, Colby Hanson 1:40:25, Jacob Myers 1:48:41. 30-34 – Matthew Pollard 1:29:26, Matthew Gregory 1:34:02, John Meynard Tengco 1:37:50. 35-39 – Robert Gilmer 1:28:35, Michael Nance 1:29:17, Justin Blackwelder 1:30:17. 40-44 – Charley Clements 1:39:48, John Ciulla 1:43:52, Eric Greenwood 1:44:46. 45-49 – Ryan Knott 1:43:52, Kevin Capps 1:45:14, Joseph Campbell 1:46:13. 50-54 – Michael Keeley 1:42:34, Michael Lotter 1:46:07, Phil Togneri 1:48:19. 55-59 – David Betancourt 1:40:33, Joe Costello 1:45:18, Tug Quarles 1:47:53. 60-64 – Wade Bauer 2:04:34, Phillip Cook 2:07:13, Jerry Rich 2:07:43. 65-69 – Charles Woodward 1:57:30, William Iskrzak 1:59:35, Jung-Chi Chen 2:21:07. 70-over – Jan Hardwick 1:55:01, Michael Lambert 2:55:51. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Casey Kilareski 1:25:18, Alysha Beco 1:33:41, Jacqueline Donaldson 1:35:06. Masters – Angela Dooley 1:47:54, Shannan Rosenthal 1:48:10, Tracy Heldreth 1:48:35. 14-under – Talley Cushman 2:06:40, McKenzie Kaufman 2:32:29. 15-19 – Sally Hart 1:36:15, Paola Figueroa 1:37:56, Breanna Murrin 2:01:51. 20-24 – Nicole McNally 1:45:47, Kristen Webb 1:45:47, Sara Garbowski 1:55:14. 25-29 – Casey Neill 1:42:50, Sarah Hulls 1:42:50, Lydia Joy 1:44:13. 30-34 – Kimberly Hardin 1:41:52, Candace Kimbrell 1:44:54, Holly Heckendorn 1:46:27. 35-39 – Latoya Harwell 1:39:04, Hadyn Gause 1:40:24, Emily Ewing 1:53:18. 40-44 – Sheila Bell 1:51:33, Jennifer Burris 1:53:31, Lori Cavin 1:55:09. 45-49 – Kimberly Woolsey 1:54:12, Jennifer Aurednik 1:56:41, Sherry Fadel 1:58:40. 50-54 – Josie Holler 1:57:21, Barbara Brandenburg 1:58:40, Lori Tucker 2:08:56. 55-59 – Coleen Strasburger 1:50:37, Jeanne Reynolds 2:03:21, Mra Weeks 2:06:10. 60-64 – Ann Wise 2:01:25, Pat Lynch 2:05:41, Marie Queen 2:22:43. 65-69 – Kathlyn Haddock 2:12:51, Thelma Gilchrist 2:21:22, Anne Purner 3:30:40. 70-over – Janet Hughes 2:59:13. Male, 5K: Overall – Nigel Dossantos 15:26, Parker Roof 15:47, Eric Allers 15:54. Masters – Johnathan Kirkwood 18:02, Keith Morton 19:04, Joe Roof 19:24. 14-under – David Polson 17:23, Hunter Inman 17:54, Logan Zeis 18:04. 15-19 – Jimmy Brophy 19:04, Noah Zeis 28:33, Josh Chong 30:34. 20-24 – Scott Swier 16:58, Joshua Lingerfelt 19:43, Chase Sutton 21:22. 2529 – Jacob Shiansky 17:53, Joseph Kim 21:33, Sam Dail 22:04. 30-34 – John McCracken 19:00, David Homer 23:33, Quentin Squirewell 28:12. 35-39 – Troy Bradshaw 18:40, Eric Thornburg 18:57, Jason Gray
21:32. 40-44 – Jim Bropy 22:13, Todd Derrick 24:22, Brad Neese 28:54. 45-49 –Brent Streater 23:45, Corrie Simmons 24:59, Scott Strange 27:35. 50-54 - Roy Shelley 20:07, Iain Ross 23:24, Randy Harris 32:09. 5559 - Jim Williams 20:40, Steve Kim 23:10, John Gasque 25:20. 60-64 – Charles Seastrunk 22:37, Harry Strick 25:19, Ron Lipe 27:28. 65-69 – Alex Ponomarev 23:50, Stephen Riedlinger 31:55. 70-over – Henry Holt 26:40. Female, 5K: Overall – Sarah Allers 18:51, Brooke Adams 20:29, Caitlyn Adams 21:35. Masters – Lee Walker 21:56, Nicole Berzins 23:44, Julie Hicks 24:48. 14-under – Katelyn Dos Santos 21:43, Esther Kim 27:38, Abby Vanco 27:38. 15-19 – Caroline Christensen 26:32, Alexis Kahl 30:43, Jane Hyun 43:21. 20-24 – Jessica Dahl 23:19, Susanne Senn 26:34, Rebecca Kim 27:42. 25-29 – Griselda Onofre 21:52, Ashley Guthrie 22:06, Rebecca Miller 22:48. 30-34 – Eva Gonzalez 22:03, Amber Seigler 28:37, Shirolyn Fredette 29:05. 35-39 – Mi Sou Hood 22:00, Dawn Sullivan 22:08, Susan Woodley 23:44. 40-44 – Shalama Jackson 25:55, M White 26:32, Chaya Hertzel 27:45. 45-49 – Kimberly Sugg 28:26, Sharon Blakeney 29:04, Stephanie Barilla 31:22. 50-54 – Tonya Edgerton 26:22, Jill Ayres 26:40, Gail Lingerfelt 28:45. 55-59 – Patti Swanson 33:42, Mady Suggs 33:53, Sherrill Dunbar 38:17. 60-64 – Helene Lipe 30:10, Karen Pettus 36:58, Jolata Burdett 38:59. 65-69 – Joanna Buergey 33:32, Susan Lyon 39:49, Diana Squirewell 41:28. 70-over – Nancy Scott 28:49.
TD Bank Reedy River Run 10K/5K Greenville, SC – 4/22 Male, 10K: Overall – Austin Steagall 30:31, Ryan Root 30:48, Adam Freudenthal 31:14, Glen Burkhardt 31:17, Peter Koskey 31:34, Ricky Flynn 31:40, Brett Morley 32:15, Matthew Elliott 33:00, Matt Shock 33:28, Matt Thull 34:24. Masters – Philippe Giguere 35:08, Orinthal Striggles 37:07, Phil Roberts 38:03. Grandmasters – Tim Stewart 42:45, Gordon Turnbull 43:09, Tommy McAfee 43:15. Female, 10K: Overall – Kimberly Ruck 35:11, Kate Schwartz 35:38, Dylan Hassett 35:39, Alison Parris 36:17, Kate Dodds 37:06, Margaret Brennan 37:14, Ginna Reid 37:29, Kristi Arledge 39:56, Tracey Ashall 40:24, Margaret Kay Ko 42:02. Masters – Bettina Guecker 44:29, Rhonda Felder 44:47, Susan Rogers 44:50. Grandmasters – Dian Ford 46:32, Deanne Blas 51:26, Susan Toy 51;36. Male, 5K: Overall – Ben Boerma 15:53, Matthew Hammersmith 16:37, Luke Horne 16:56. Masters – Ben Vaughn 19:24, Bob Seedlock 19:57, Robbie Mustoe 20:45. Grandmasters – Allen Guest 22:10, Jack Todd 22;56, Doug Bonestroo 23;01. Female, 5K: Overall – Victoria Hammersmith 18:07, Michelle Ziegler 18:24, Emma DeRoberts 19:21. Masters – Ginnie Freeman 20:13, Judy Walls 24:01, Kimberly Morgan 24;03. Grandmasters – Traci Weisner 25:52, Pam Bishop 27:01, Jacqueline Todd 27:19. For full results: http://georesults.racemine.com/PalmettoTiming/eve nts/2017/40th-Annual-TD-Bank-Reed y-RiverRun/results
Aiken Electric Cooperative Run United Half Marathon/5K Aiken, SC – 4/29 Male, Half Marathon: Overall – Ricky Flynn 1:14:26, Ediberto Crisanto 1:26:10, Roberto Venegas 1:26:58. 40-49 – Hugues Palliere 1:27:17, Ryan Carnahan 1:36:23, Brad Holmes 1:41:44. 50-59 – Gregory Jones 1:31:14, Michael Reynolds 1:41:50, Michael Lotter 1:42:35. 60-69 – Eric Monaco 1:54:26, Larry Christy 1:59:21, Alan Michalczyk 2:00:38. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Shannon Miller 1:27:17, Jacqueline Donaldson 1:40:34, Jennifer Lybrand 1:41:53. 40-49 – Kim Richardson 1:55:46, Aparna Vijayan 1:56:50, Amy St. Onge 2:03:03. 50-59 – Stephanie Brantley 1:58:09, Kelly Stanley 2:09:12, Melissa Clark 2:13:36. 60-69 – Debbie Flynn 1:47:22, Sheila Gaalswyk 2:09:08, Beverly Harrison 2:18:46. 70-over – Andrea Graham 3:59:24, Delia Sharp 3:59:27. Male, 5K: Overall – Bruce Nation 17:54, Ethan Kaufelds 18:42, Ryan Gallagher 18:52. 40-49 – Keith Richardson 21:26, Barry Cromer 23:28, Ryan Barber 24:26. 50-59 – Gregory Esselman
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20:11, Joerg Klisch 20:27, Will Williams 25:14. 60-69 – Greg Lousen 22:49, Gary Strohecker 23:12, Richard Harmon 25:11. 70-over – Leighton McLendon 31:48, Denis Bonnet 37:14. Female, 5K: Overall – Olivia Esselman 20:21, Mimi Inman 21:48, Kat Davis 21:55. 40-49 – Christine Garabedian 25:33, Tammie Esselman 26:33, Nicole Koch 28:11. 50-59 – Cissie Sullivan 26:30, Monique 28:22, Janet Sewell 28:30. 6069 – Paula Brewer 35:59, Cheryl Kania 38:38, Ginny Busbee 38:47. 70-over – Georgeanne Saddington 40:43, Susie Barfield 49:44.
Swamp Rabbit 5K Travelers Rest, SC – 5/5 Male, Overall – Josh Cashman 16:10, Ben Sessions 16:21, Tyler Fish 16:49. Masters – Fernando Gallardo 18:25, Jeff Dixon 18:52, Tim Stewart 18:59. 9-under – Noah Nichol 23:18, Evan Hruska 24:36, Kenan George 24:55. 10-12 – Reagan Cooke 22;28, Asher Bermudez 22:47, Gidon George 23:39. 13-17 – Jackson Reid 17:09, Austin Lane 17:39, Ian Truesdale 18:05. 18-29 – Andrew Baker 17:17, Grant Wilsterman 17:56, Austin Fowler 18:04. 30-39 – David Grabosky 18:10, Edgar Aguilar 18:10, Nhan Nguyen 18:31. 40-49 – Kevin Mosteller 19:04, Todd Edwards 19:30, Samuel Saldivar 19:39. 50-59 – Robbie Mustoe 20:33, Markus Wimmer 21:23, Tony Sorrells 21;29. 60-69 – Haiping Wang 23:51, Bruce Harris 24:03, Phil Sterr 24:15. 70over – George Horvat 27:50, Linny Moore 28:55, Mike Kasha 29:28. Female, Overall – Chelsi Woodruff 18:43, Lynn Honnette 19:54, Lauren Kelly 21:16. Masters – Debby Tindall-Combs 21:54, Danielle Rohm 21:56, Scott Murr 23:26. 9-under – Katherine Villiger 23:13, Callie Rohm 25:28, Eva Edwards 26:05. 10-12 – Kennedy Roush 21:48, Sofie Kurzawa 22:06, Arden Gray 23:28. 13-17 – Kaylee Potts 21:49, Hanna McAdam 22:23, Annie Buck 22:33. 18-29 – Anna Fairey 21:28, Lizzie McCallion 22:20, Mara Munder 23:07. 30-39 – Julie Wiley 24:05, Lorena Collins 24:59, Sarah Schoonover 25:03. 40-49 – Anita Jones 23:34, Anna Roberts 24:35, Sarah Malloch 24:43. 50-59 – Deanne Blas 24;57, Kim Roose 25:11, Susan Toy 25:40. 60-69 – Mary Biebel 28:28, Alesa Gambrell 30:51, Mary Frerick 32:01. 70-over – Monika Wells 33:37, Joy Bailey 43:48, Samantha Bernius 46:30.
more results at running.net Kubilisz 26:08. 35-39 – Nichole Allmann 23:15, Kathryn Livington 24:48, Dawn Cotner 25:16. 40-44 – Juliet Roberts 24:44, Brie McGrievy 25:59, Victoria Fleischer 26:12. 45-49 – Stephanie Fischer 25:10, Tammie Moran 25:41, Shenequa Coles 26:33. 50-54 – Jeannie Craig 27:30, Melissa Chambers 28:51, Kim La 28:51. 55-59 – Alsena Edwards 26:11, Janet Nixon 28:34, Karen Adeimy 33:53. 60-64 – Glenna Gillentine 33:13, Rhonda Jo Shealy 43:01, Macy Long 59:22. 65-69 – Patsy Jennings 47:45, Diana Squirewell 48:42. Divas Half Marathon/5K North Myrtle Beach, SC – 5/7 The Divas® Running Series returned to North Myrtle Beach on May 7, 2017 and it did not disappoint. With beautiful weather and over 4,000 Divas lining Ocean Boulevard for the sixth annual event, Downtown North Myrtle Beach was the place to be on Sunday morning. Eleni Rundle from Apex, NC, placed first in the half marathon with a time of 1 hour, 33 minutes and 18 seconds, almost seven minutes ahead of the second place finisher and Myrtle Beach local, Maureen Thomas. Thomas finished with a time of 1 hour, 37 minutes and 21 seconds. Rounding out the top three was, Rebecca Vines of Asheville, SC, with a time of 1 hour, 40 minutes and 59 seconds. The 5K began 10 minutes before the half marathon at 7:00 AM as temperatures hovered at a cool 52 degrees. Kelsey Mae, from Conway, SC, finished first
Crawdaddy Dash 5K Columbia, SC – 5/6 Male, Overall – Eric Ashton 16:49, Zander Jeffcoat 17:44, Eric Allers 18:39. Masters – Whitney Keen 19:29. 10-under – Edward Coleman 25:29, Graham Goodson 31:56, Timothy Walden 32:22. 11-14 – Liam Jones 20:21, Rob Silverio 20:42, Luke Walden 20:45. 15-19 – Porter Burkett 20:18, Nicholas Houghton 20:37, Jake Maholtz 22:14. 20-24 – Parker Whitley 20:00, Denzel Jackson 21:23, Frank Haskell 21:31. 25-29 – Brett Knowles 21:18, Eric Lachenmyer 21:35, Jared Rogers-Martin 22:17. 30-34 – David He 19:32, Matthew Pollard 19:50, Philip Simoneaux 20:21. 35-39 – Dustin Cook 19:15, Matthew Kane 20:51, Ryan Sacko 21:38. 40-44 – Alex McDonald 21:02, Gregory Pride 22:16, Michael Ferlauto 23:29. 45-49 – Scot Fischer 20:55, John Corbett 21:14, Joel Watts 21:22. 50-54 – Mario Alvarez 20:32, Todd Uebersetzig 21:54, Joe Roof 22:09. 55-59 – Chris Muenzer 20:40, Alan Lovell 21:57, Scott Rottluff 32:15. 60-64 – David Foster 31:19, George Montgomery 31:36, Albert Carter 31:39. 65-69 – Charles Woodward 26:20, Leeds Barroll 29:24, Gary Joye 32:04. 70-74 – Peter Mugglestone 29:36, Ronald Hagell 32:14. Female, Overall – Sarah Allers 21:44, Kimberly Hardin 22:00, Lexi Paskett 23:10. Masters – Gay Petrey 23:56. 10-under – Daniela Dees 39:28, Sabine McGrievy 45:07, Mackenna Starling 45:23. 11-14 – Emma Charlton 24:07, Lucy Jones 24:16, Jewels Jamison 28:02. 15-19 – Jocelyn Patino 24:30, Jenna Dzwierzynski 26:41, Lucy Fischer 34:16 20-24 – Jessica Thornton 25:43, Itsuki Shindo 27:52, Lauren Strothers 28:12. 25-29 – Abby Monteith 23:17, Stephanie Nash 23:24, Kelly Smith 24:11. 30-34 – Stephanie Paglialunga 24:36, Ma Puckett 24:44, Pauline
Lauren Dennis of Clover, SC, ran the Divas 5K. Photo by Katty Peraza Payne
www.running.net with an impressive finishing time of 20 minutes and 28 seconds. For the third year in a row, Becky Dougherty placed second in the 5K in 20 minutes and 38 seconds. Kristin Cain, from Graham, NC, followed shortly after with a time of 20 minutes and 51 seconds. The race ended on Main Street, where participants finished in true Divas fashion: with boas, tiaras and a refreshing Kinky Beverages® toast. Finishers were also rewarded with the new Divas® medal and Pandora® compatible charm. For those 21 and older, Traveler Beer was once again on hand providing Samuel Adams Summer Ale and Angry Orchard Hard Cider. The party didn’t stop with ice cold beers and a finish line dance party. The official Divas® hotel, The Baywatch Resort, hosted a post-race pool party complete with special Divas cocktails, a dance party and stunning views of the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Robert Pozo, the President and CEO of Continental Event & Sports Management, was pleased with another successful turnout and event in this lovely oceanside community. “Coming back to North Myrtle Beach always feels like coming back home. From the city to police and medical departments, everything ran like clockwork. We are so proud to call North Myrtle Beach home for this very exciting and fun event weekend.” Next year’s race will take place on Sunday, May 6, 2018. Registration is now available on Active.com. Full results are available at www.runlikeadiva.com/results.htm. Female, Half Marathon: Overall – Eleni Rundle 1:31:18, Maureen Thomas 1:37:21, Rebecca Vines 1:40:59. 14-under – Annelise Schneider 2:02:38, Meckli Evans 2:17:08, Kylee White 2:38:05. 15-19 – Sarah Newman 2:09:53, Presli Evans 2:17:08, Becca Kilpatrick 2:26:16. 20-24 – Taylor Flatau 1:45:56, Krista Kelly 1:48:08, Briana Barzola 1:50:22. 25-29 – Megan Roper 1:43:53, Paige Barham 1:45:39, Briahna Wenke 1:49:40. 30-34 – Rachel Pohl 1:40:10, Terri Piekosz 1:42:17, Amy Gannon 1:43:02. 35-39 – Michelle Feathers 1:42:45, Jamie Hess 1:44:29, Sarah Green 1:44:36. 40-44 – Misty Dion 1:43:54, Jennifer Tyson 1:44:10, Sandy Driggers 1:44:54 45-49 – Maryann Colley 1:48:47, Ellen Kodey 1:55:08, Gunawati Gunawan 1:56:14. 50-54 – Christine Kitzler 1:46:23, Ashley Hunt 1:52:51, Kristin Krantzman 1:54:15. 55-59 - Lisa Groome 1:53:20, Gina Purvis 1:57:30, Carol Miranda 1:57:33. 60-64 – Sylvia Tazbir 2:03:24, Debby Miller 2:04:22, Ivy Harris 2:09:21. 65-69 – Kathy Farmer 2:25:11, Donna Knight 2:35:34, Lynda Baker 2:46:05. 70-over – Patricia Nott 2:38:03, Diana Bahr 3:40:38. Female, 5K: Overall – Kelsey Mae 20:28, Becky Dougherty 20:38, Kristin Cain 20:51. Wheeler – Amber McNeill 57:15. 14-under – Gabrielle Roache 22:16, Chasity Stewart 26:00, Lani Mishoe 29:26. 15-19 – Taylor Monahan 25:11, Altheia Kim Balageo 25:49, Summer Ratley 28:06. 20-24 – Lindsey Hughes 26:22, Lexie Austin 28:05, Ellen Johnson 28:06. 25-29 – Angelique Gaines 24:27, Tory Lussier 26:43, Rocio Chavez 26:46. 30-34 – Sylvia Gonsahn-Bllie 24:40, Anne Doty 24:48, Alexandra Wilding 25:42. 35-39 – Andrea Godsey 25:21, Crystal Seboe 25:48, Judit Trunkos 26:11. 40-44 – Amy Levine 25:37, Jennifer Cochran 27:09, Jody Greene 27:42. 4549 – Brenda Winker 26:27, Amy Orange 27:09, Rochelle Sutton 27:24. 50-54 – Amy Massey 25:09, Renee Hargrove 25:41, Catherine Walsh 25:51. 55-59 – Kellee Hoag 24:43, Karen Stephenson 29:16, Patti Pellichero 30:33. 60-64 – Nancy Henningsen-Barham 28:28,
L-R: Ashleigh Hall, Alyssa Hall, Jennifer Beal, & Carie Thorne all participated in the Divas Half Marathon. Photo by Katty Peraza Payne
Cindy Trumbower 32:07, Debbie Celia 32:12. 65-69 – Gail Williams 30:33, Jenny Blevins 31:38, Dorothy Gilardi 35:12. 70-over – Jeanne Gates 44:32, Judith Caldamone 45:17, Charlene Jones 46:18. Male, 5K: Overall – Gerald Chen 21:57, Benjamin Duncan 24:12, Eric Perez 24:48.
TENNESSEE Wietecha Wins Again at St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Marathon NASHVILLE, TN - At mile 11, Scott Wietecha's legs started shutting down. By mile 20, despite his best efforts to stay hydrated, the 35-year-old was no longer sweating. Competing in Saturday's 18th running of the St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon was a struggle for the 35-year-old. However, despite this race being a little more difficult than those he's run in the past, he still found a way to win the event for the fifth straight year, finishing in 2:40:26. “It was definitely a struggle,” Wietecha said. “I'm glad it was 26 miles instead of 27 or there might have been a different winner.” Why was this year more of a struggle than previous victories? Well, a few months ago, Wietecha thought he was done running. “I put on 15, 20 pounds,” he said. Then the parents of some high school students called looking for someone to train their children. That training put Wietecha back on the path toward competing, and winning, the event once again. “I kind of wish they had called me a month earlier,” he said. “I would have been a little better prepared.” The Hendersonville, TN, resident said it helps competing in a local race. He saw several of his students along the course, particularly after mile 20, which helped push him toward the finish. Before the race, the students asked what they could hand him along the way. “I told them money, but nobody brought me any money,” he said with a laugh. “Water is better than money today.” Ryan Regnier, a 41-year-old from Lincoln, Neb., finished second in the star-studded day that featured former American Idol contestant Kellie Picker, who ran a relay to help raise funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and Bachelorette season 11 winner, Shawn Booth, who ran the half marathon on behalf of St. Jude. Women's marathon winner Lauren Mitchell didn't expect to finish first. After competing in the Boston Marathon a few weeks ago, she didn't expect to have her best day. But, competing in her 40th marathon, she exceeded all of her pre-race expectations, finishing first in 3:17.34. It was an emotional moment for the 32-year-old from Madison, AL. “I did not expect that today, but it feels really good. I'm very, very grateful,” Mitchell said. “I just ran Boston and I had a really tough day out there. Today it just felt effortless, even though it was a tough course. The community was so fun. It was just a fun day. It's what I love to do so it felt good.” It was Mitchell's first time running the race in Nashville and, when she crossed the finish line in her biggest marathon win so far, she said she felt like she was in the right place at the right time. “It's just one of those moments in life where you're grateful to be a part of it,” she said. “You hope that everyone can experience that at least once.” Mitchell was impressed by the support from the crowd lining the course, the families and the kids, “that's what keeps you going,” she said. And, when asked about the driving force behind her victory, she smiled and said, “slow start.” Katlyn Will, a 26-year-old from LaGrange, GA. finished second in 3:20.48. On a beautiful, but warm, spring morning, half marathon winner Tyler Andrews knew heading into the race it wasn't a “PR day.” But that didn't stop him from finishing the race in 1:10.59. “It's spectacular,” he said. “The best part for me was when we looped back around at the beginning and passed by the start, there was so much energy coming from the crowd. It was like you were at the Boston Marathon. It was great.” It was Andrews' first trip to Nashville. He was hosted by friends on the Vanderbilt men's and women's cross country team. “It's really great,” he said. “It's so fun to be here.”
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Women’s Running Kiplagat Takes 121st Boston Marathon Title Race day dawned bright and warm with temperatures hovering near 70 degrees. The field was extremely competitive with the defending champion and several Olympians in the mix. The first mile started out at 5:55 and third-place debutante, 25-year-old Jordan Hasay, stated after the race that she felt very comfortable with the slow start. Jordan was racing her first Boston and first marathon and was a bit unsure what to expect despite all of her training and wins of the past six months. She had had some difficulty learning to hydrate on the run and this would be an important component of this race. By 5K (17:45) both Jordan and Desi Linden were keeping their special fluid bottles to drink every drop while others took a sip and
By Carolyn Mather, RN, PhD.
threw their bottles down. Jordan and Desi continued throughout the race to cover themselves in water and consume every bit of their special fluids. A fairly large pack stayed together alternating the lead throughout the miles.
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Eleven women remained in the pack through 15K (51:54).Included in the mix were 2016 winner Atsede Baysa,Gladys Cherono 2015 Berlin champion in 2:19:25, 2014 Boston champion Buzenesh Deba in 2:19:59, Edna Kiplagat with a PR of 2:19:50 second place in the 2012 London Marathon,Valentine Kipketer with a best 2:23:02 in Amsterdam in 2013, two time Olympian Linden who entered as a favorite with a 2:22:38 second place finish in Boston 2011, and Hasay, the high school phenom now grown into success on the roads and running Boston as her debut marathon. Hasay came to Boston with a string of victories including three national championships (twin Cities 10 Mile, Houston Half and the Gate River Run 15K) and a 1:08 and change half marathon three weeks ago in Prague. Hasay lost her Mom in November and is running with her spirit at her side. The race continued and Linden took the lead at 5 miles. She knows she is not a speedster at the end but more of a steady and controlled marathoner. She decided it was time to up the pace a bit and see who would drop back. At mile 9 she took a full bottle of water and dumped it on her head. The runners were feeling the heat. Her tactic reduced the pack from eleven to ten to eight. At 20K, both Hasay and Linden snagged their special fluid bottles and held onto them for over three minutes taking small sips until they were finished. The rest of the ladies grabbed their special bottles then after a drink dropped them. Seven women passed the halfway point in 1:12:33. Linden fell off the pack at between 25K and 30K. Five ladies remained in contention when Valentine Kipketer and Buzenesh Deba fell back leaving Kiplagat, Chelimo and Hasay in the hunt. Although Kiplagat, mother of two, told us at the pre-race press conference that she would not make a move until 5K to go, she changed her mind and put on a surge shortly after, that could not be covered. Later Hasay stated that she knew she had no idea what would happen so rather than go with Kiplagat she decided to get her cadence back and settle into her pace. Kiplagat quickly extended her lead to 34 seconds, then 48 seconds, then over a minute. She was totally clear of the field throwing in miles of 5:22, 5:02, 5:22, 5:02, 5:11, 5:03 and 5:17 over the last seven miles. That is not a pace that anyone
could make up. In fact she ran one of her last six miles faster than the men and all by herself! It was Kiplagat's day as her children greeted her at the finish. I had seen her doing Easter with her children the day before the race and they were all having so much fun. It was a celebratory weekend. Kiplagat took the tape in 2:21:52. Rose Chelimo finished second (2:22:51) holding off a closing Hasay, who smashed the American debut record of Kara Goucher by nearly three minutes. Her 2:23 flat was incredible and she was jumping around the finish area hugging her coach Alberto Salazar and then her Dad Joe. She wore her Mom's engagement ring on her left hand so as she reached for her special fluids every 5K, she had her Mom's help securing each bottle. She ran with her Mom in her heart every step of the way. Hasay's coach Alberto Salazar had a very successful day as he had Galen Rupp and Suguru Osako finishing second and third in the men's field. Three podium finishes for Salazar is a great day for the coach. He was very happy with the result. Two American women finished in the top five as Linden rallied for fourth place (2:25:06). Linden continued to exhibit her metronome like efficiency as she ran both halves in 1:12:33! Six American men broke into the top ten. After Rupp in 2:09:58, Shadrock Bowot was 4th, Abdi Abdirahman 6th, Augustus Maiyo 7th, Luke Puskedra 9th, and Jared Ward 10th. Meb, racing his last Boston, finished 13th and was awarded the BAA'S Patriot Award at the post race press conference. It was a very warm day but celebrated as a triumph for women as Kathrine Switzer celebrated the completion of her first Boston 50 years ago and over 46% of the entrants in 2017 were women. Many congrats to everyone who finished the 121st Boston Marathon. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Unlike Andrews, Allie Mac knows the city well. The Nashville native used that knowledge to her advantage, winning the women's half marathon in 1:23:04. “I knew where we were going,” she said. “I knew where the hills were going to be.” She tried to gain ground on those hills and running in the heat wasn't a problem. “I knew it was going to be hot,” she said. “I kind of like it. I get really sweaty, but it keeps me loose.” Mac was running behind several runners early in the race and had to chase them down to secure the victory. However, she wasn't focused on closing ground. She simply tried to run the best race possible. “I get nervous in races,” she said. “I get stressed out when I try to catch someone, so I just kind of said, 'Whatever, I'm just going to keep my pace and if I catch them I catch them.'-I did.” The St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon & 1/2 Marathon returned with more than 34,000 entrants who took on the 26.2, 13.1-mile and 5K courses, while passing many of Nashville's best live bands performing along the route. Race weekend kicked off on Thursday with the inaugural one mile race through downtown Nashville allowing runners to complete the Remix Challenge. Those who ran the one mile and any distance on Saturday received an exclusive third medal. In addition, 3,500 junior racers will participate in KiDS ROCK Nashville presented by YMCA of Middle Tennessee. During the marathon, 2,200 St. Jude Heroes ran for a reason, and this year, they hit their goal of $2 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Over the event's six-year partnership, more than $8 million has been raised for St. Jude Results: http://www.runrocknroll.com/finisherzone/search-and-results
Laurel Run Ascent 11 miles Church Hill, TN – 4/15 Male, Overall – Matt Clabaugh 1:21:52. Masters – David Buysse 1:26:34. Grandmasters – Doug Strickland 1:38:27. Senior Grandmasters – Gerald Bailey 2:01:04. 14-under – Jacob Silvey 1:43:56. 15-19 – Hank Lowe 1:27:25. 25-29 – Kirk Bumgardner 1:23:10, Marcus McDavid 1:59:04. 30-34 – Dana Brooks 1:44:22, Cooper Austin 1:56:13. 35-39 – Andy Shelton 1:26:50, Matthew Kidd 1:29:31, Warren Lewis 1:39:01. 40-44 – Shawn Becker 1:31:43, Jesse Fritz 1:36:13, David Silvey 1:38:14. 45-49 – Mantle Roth 1:29:15, David Lively 1:30:28, Orven Morelock 1:42:07. 50-54 – Blake Williams 1:38:43, Matthew Studholme 1:47:31, Kevin Price 1:50:07. 55-59 – Wesley Miller 1:45:03, Dennis Lewis 1:48:34, Mark Jennings 2:28:31. 60-64 – Clyde Kidd 2:01:30, Richard Tyner 2:06:10, Lance Patton 2:37:30. 65-69 – Jim Jones 2:10:08. 70-74 – Leeroy Hurst 2:19:53. 75-79 – Legrande Boyer 2:45:49. Female, Overall – Taylor Roy 1:34:51. Masters – Marcinda Roth 2:02:41. Grandmasters – Janette Adams Erchinger 2:05:04. Senior Grandmasters – Patti Turpin 2:53:05. 20-24 – Jaime Jacobson 2:06:05. 25-29 – Carrie Quilla 2:04:11, Carissa Chambers 2:04:12, Emma Studholme 2:15:46. 35-39 – Sarah Bradley 1:54:32, Amanda Tipton 2:16:02, Tara Harrell 2:30:00. 40-44 – Amy Bradley 2:23:49, Tiffany Long 2:30:06. 45-49 – Tammy Huffman 2:35:01. 50-54 – Lisa Mullins 2:58:23. 55-59 – Anita Jones 2:29:35, Nena Cooper 2:32:15. – Mark Skelton
Purity Dairy Dash 15K/10K/5K Nashville, TN – 4/15 Male, 15K: Overall – Bill Martin 49:29, Joseph Relyea 57:27, Erick Kigen 57:28. Masters – Trey Harwell 1:05:53, Denny Hodge 1;09:38, David Zimmerman 1:10:46. Grandmasters – Bart Moodrall 1:12:07, Butch Whitworth 1:12:44, James Stinson 1:14:43. Wheelchair – Matt Davis 42:18, Richard Agee 49:36. 15-19 – Michael Hill 1:20:42, Joshua Brown 1;25:33, Oliver Long 1:30:06. 20-24 – Brian Shrader 1:03:40, Brad Allen 1:22:35, Andrew Foley 1:26:14. 2529 – Ryan Blakney 1;04:27, Andrew Kelly 1;06:13, Wesley King 1:14:35. 30-34 – Vann Waldrop 1;07:54, Thomas Cirillo 1;09:26, Craig Hinkle 1:13:11. 35-39 – Gonzalo Elorza 1:00:58, Mickey Ralph 1;01:42, Steven McNeal 1;05:02. 40-44 – Christopher McClint 1:11:31,
more results at running.net Donald Stover 1:13:13, Eric Newton 1:13:19. 45-49 – Mike Donatelli 1:20:50, Tommy Craft 1:21:19, Daniel Baker 1:23:24. 50-54 – Ronald Childress 1:13:21, Bill Brown 1:13:42, Terry Glover 1:20:54. 55-59 – Charles Cooper 1:13:08, Larry Gammon 1:14:35, Vincent Bonetti 1:21;08. 60-64 – Jerry Houston 1:23:38, Paul Wholley 1:24:40, Randy Hudgins 1:27:59. 65-69 – Phil Henry 1:32:39, Robert Beal 1:37:36, Carson Kelly 1:39:08. 7579 – Mel Quecan 1:49:19, Roland McCluskey 1:54:24. Female, 15K: Overall – Bonita Dearbone 1:02:52, Mahlon Hellnan 1:03:19, Jessica Banasiak 1:08:35. Masters – Susan Ford 1:11:47, Deborah Cooke 1:15:10, Tandy Blaylock 1:17:29. Grandmasters – Marti Moran 1:20:17, Niecey Belser 1:24:11, Vicki Schmidt 1:26:10. Wheelchair – Amy Saffell 1:44:19. 14-under – Katie Strange 2:21:43. 15-19 – Baylee Webb 2:03;02. 20-24 – Abby Masters 1:28:14, Lindsay Ammerman 1:29:56, Ruth Ann Tillner 1:30:19. 25-29 – Christa Poermba 1:10:26, Lauren Theobald 1:17:20, Kayla Jones 1:17:29. 30-34 – Sarah Aaskov 1:19:45, Natalie Clawson 1:20:52, Megan Parker Peters 1:21:41. 35-39 – Lyzle Joy 1:19:58, Jennifer Hutcheson 1:21:07, Crystal Pesce 1:22:23. 40-44 – Sammi Hoffman 1:19:35, Shameka Dowell 1:21:54, Emily Lovell 1:22:06. 45-49 – Carolyn Schott 1:21:15, Kathy Napier 1:23:53, Lisa Zaccarelli 1:24:17. 50-54 – Erin Reynolds 1;29:53, Connie Lintz 1:32:04, Ida Franco-Dowdy 1:33:36. 55-59 – Cathy Wind 1:31:57, Christine Dieters 1:32:27, Donna Smith 1:38:24. 60-64 – Karen Austin 1;32:50, Dimple McCluskey 1:41:43, Thaya Morant 1:45:49. 65-69 – Helen Fussell 1:47:01, Velma Watkins 2:02:16, Doris Brown 2:06:38. 70-74 – Janet Jernigan 1:39:53, Lynda dePaulis 1:43:12. Male, 10K: Overall – Scott Wietecha 32:56, Tony White 38:28, Andrew Armstrong 39:16. Masters – Jon Tate 41:28, Tatsuki Koyama 41:41, Keith Caruso 43:08. Grandmasters – Terry Quillen 44:19, David Trenner 44:47, Ed Ahlmeyer 45;31. 14-under – Leo Wiston 57:39, Jacob Cruz 58:00, Ian O’Brien 1:21;49. 15-19 – Evan Gordon 39:41. 20-24 – Samuel Trenner 1:00:40. 25-29 – Ben Rubbelke 49:21, Randy Drake 53:19, Lynch Bennett 53:45. 30-34 – Josh Coleman 42:36, Artie Starner 42:37, Brandon Tortorice 45:34. 35-39 – Kris Sellers 41:12, Sean Wilbur 45:04, Kowi Davis 50:20. 40-44 – Max Cook 47:28, Mike Hobkirk 56:43, Ed Prescott 58:28. 45-49 – George Flatau 45:33, Kelly Johnson 45:47, Darron Ewing 47:28. 50-54 – Philip Gyalog 46:48, John Wilcox 48:45, Jack Lane 51:55. 55-59 – Paul Hill 45:49, Brian Clements 49:55, Daniel Borsos 55:34. 60-64 – Mauricio Sanchez 50:40, Chris Thompson 51:06, Norm Robinson 57:50. 65-69 – Jerry Marcec 52:28, James Paulus 55:16, Denny Porr 55:38. 70-74 – Gary Robinson 59:32, Peter Pressman 1:05:42, Harry Vasels 1:12:04. 75-79 – Carlos Cobos 56:01, Zane Cantrell 1:02:00, David Holder 1:15:57. Female, 10K: Overall – Anna Stevenson 42:09, Stephanie Dibrita 47:37, Eve Boger 47:51. Masters – Robyn Snyder 48:12, Beth Hanson 49:39, Vivian Davis 49:58. Grandmasters – Vickie Spickard 51:07, Gloria Mersman 52:04, Kim Paulus 54:33. 14-under – Amelia Rustici 1:09:35, Lilli Schmittou 1:23:39. 15-19 – Franky Onley 50:37, Angela Miltich 51:11, Alexa Cobble 57:54. 20-24 – Kara Lane 51:55, Abby Kilgore 59:41, Caitlin Johnson 59:43. 25-29 – Anita Von Arb 56:02, Alexa Reese 59:12, Emily Merkey 1:01:34. 30-34 – Mary Tortoric 50:07, Eizabeth Clay 54:39, Sarah Kettle 55:52. 35-39 – Amanda Henry 53:14, Gigi Porter 54:53, Carrie Cayce 55:05. 40-44 – Amanda Hall 56:27, Robin Duffer 56:48, Tanya Potter 1:00:48. 45-49 – Melissa Matlock 52:49, Kristi Chastain 54:51, Stephanie Robinette 55:32. 50-54 - Kim Suits 58:26, Tammie Wright 1:00:22, Sabeita Hoyos 1;01:01. 55-59 – Susan Oven 55:34, Debbie Biddle 55:53, Laurie Lokey 56:31. 60-64 – Christina Black 56:04, Marti Carrell 1:03;05, Valerie Hunter-Kell 1:21:55. 65-69 – Linda Sadler 1:13:36, Sharon Quintana 1:15:49, Karen Fields 1:23:15. 70-74 – Glenda Tetley 1:28:00, Janet Lowe 1:38;12. Male, 5K: Overall – Cormac Carolan 16:17, Chris Demetra 16:20, Geoffrey Musick 17:01. Masters – Unknown 18:39, Mark Carver 18:02, Peter Vlgyesi 18:10. Grandmasters – Dan Smithhisler 19:22, David Schmanski 20:23, Steven Wich 20:31.
www.running.net 9-under – Benjamin Brooks 23:35, Christopher Schroth 24:54, Reid Spencer 27;38. 10-14 – Royce Mentor 20:39, Christopher Cheek 20:57, Beckha mSonnabend 21:33. 15-19 – Lucas Call 18:32, Stephen Ackerman 19:23, Ted Noser 20:03. 20-24 – Craig Thomas 21;04, Nathan Cross 22;04, Jacob Williams 23:26. 25-29 – Kaleb Meredith 17:04, Chad Winchester 20:40, Mitch Dodson 20:51. 30-34 – Cody Goodwin 17:41, Jon Pojanowski 22:10, Sinith Suong 22:15. 3539 – Haskell Murray 17:55, Scott Bennett 18:20, Paul Morel 21;44. 40-44 – Andy Patton 19:00, David Hefley 19:48, Simon Henley 19:54. 45-49 – Robert McKay 19:15, Gary Wich 19:34, Darron Ewing 19:40. 50-54 – David Padgett 21:30, John Wilcox 21:38, Chad Jaycox 22:06. 55-59 – Larry Gammon 22:22, Richard Gaskins 23:33, Timothy Walker 23:33. 60-64 – Brian Lee 24:43, Barry Sumners 26:29, Richard Crume 27:24. 65-69 – Grady Cash 22:57, Paul Matrisian 26:48, Curtis Baysinger 27:50. 70-74 – Mark Byron 35:56, Tommie Proctor 40:33, Tom Galloway 43:19. 75-79 – Lawrence Holmes 32:14. Female, 5K: Overall – Jeannette Mathieu 17:41, Jillian Arnold 18:14, Bonita Dearbone 18:39. Masters – Susan Ford 21;57, Brenda Ashby-Hughes 23:19, Gen Celentano 23:23. Grandmasters – Patricia Siegert 28:38, Carolyn Washing 25:34, Holly McKee 25:49. 9-under – Morgan McAteer 31:20, Kayla Crigger 31:25, Abigail Schmidt 31:35. 10-14 – Leigh Walters 20:36, Ellie Hemmelgarn 22:25, Lucy Ephrem 22:25. 15-19 – Marybeth Wich 24:54, Paige Johnson 25:07, Amanda Laboy 26:41. 20-24 – Margaret Musick 18:40, Megan Van Der Horst 25:36, Carson Moore 27:47. 25-29 – Allison Coffman 21:43, Morgan McBrie 23:46, Emily Hagerman 26:36. 30-34 – Elizabeth Story 24:31, Kira Schlesinger 24:33, Jennifer Hyatt Manc 25:28. 35-39 – Anna Barnes 24:59, Jennifer Rumsey 25:25, Manda Patrick 25:39. 40-44 – Jill Stansell 23:57, Kacey Flatt 24:37, Alicia Victory 25:51. 45-49 – Ginny Miller 25:06, Michelle McGruder 27:25, Dede Sparkman 27:28. 50-54 – Kerry Margolies 27:03, Jamie Gaskins 27:55, Stephanie Knight 28:09. 55-59 – Susan Joy 29:19, Tammy Fogarty 31:08, Tina Reigle 31:25. 60-64 – Alice Thompson 26:36, Beverly Purvis 28:00, Cynthia Dowdy 28:30. 65-69 – Linda Hutcherson 28:42, Lynn Rotter 37;13, Cheryl Jones 42:11. 70-74 – Maureen Banton 45:35, Sandy Hartman 52:06, Patti Young 54:48.
SRVS Kids and Families Bunny Run 5K Memphis, TN – 4/15 Male, Overall – Andrew Chumney 17:15. Masters – Tonydee Davis 19:02. Grandmasters – Glenn Hundall 22:16. Senior Grandmasters – Eugene Darnell 24:54. Wheelchair, 18-under – Lucas Bussell 58:43. Wheelchair, 19-25 – Cody Holtzman 48:35, Wesley Baucum 56:39, Ben Sumner 1:05:01. Wheelchair, 26-39 – Kyle Krebs 31:16. 9-under – Daniel Hudnall 22:49, Kellett Giles 26:09, Luke Swearingen 26:16. 10-14 – Andrew Moore 23:31, Roman Kyle 23:44, Kevin Hill 24:54. 15-19 – Cameron Wright 23:52, Hayden Thompson 24:00, Seth Foster 28:10. 20-24 – Hayden Edmondson 25:50, Jackson Boring 27:22, Justin Parks 29:39. 25-29 – Kevin Alexander 24:50, Evan Garrard 26:18, Richard Metz 27:20. 30-34 – Christian Lemon 18:04, Ben Hampton 24:11, Patrick Byrne 24:53. 35-39 – Colton Cockrum 20:37, Christ Crutchfield 24:37, Nick Chantara 27:35. 40-44 – Gustavo Nieves 21:00, Robert Kraus 23:56, Steve Acree 24:55. 45-49 – Scott Carter 25:02, Gary Giles 26:12, Craig Conley 27:08. 50-54 – Warren McWhirter 22:34, Finus Russell 23:09, Shawn Jewell 23:36. 55-59 – Todd Stockstill 24:54, John Behnke 26:45, Michael Stengel 28:17. 60-64 – Charlie Winfield 24:58, Harold Fulghum 28:07, Norman Dodson 28:24. 65-69 – Bob Leopold 25:31, Hugh Thompson 30:09. 70over – Billy Smith 29:25, Mike Ryan 31:39, David Nicholson 40:33. Female, Overall – Chelsea Smith 18:33. Masters – Kim Burritt 22:56. Grandmasters – Tobey Wallace 24:42. Senior Grandmasters – Sharon Chandler 27:28. Wheelchair, 18-under – Abby Chaney 55:04. 9-under – Avery Scott 27:34, Alyssa McNinch 30:45, Giselle Nieves 33:29. 10-14 – Riley Jackson 22:55, Julia Whitehead 23:52, Lilly Whitehead 27:54. 15-19 – Hayley Kliewer 26:36, Molly Blatt 27:22, Annie McDonald 28:17. 20-24 – Sloan Scott 21:33, Holly Nicholas 24:30, Carson Newby 35:08. 25-29 – Katie Taylor 19:20, Allison Scott 27:34, Kourtney Krebs 30:18. 30-34 – Anna Slagle 21:51, Alison Powers 23:18, Courtney Berggren 24:43. 35-39 – Kate Horton 21:14, Rebecca Hoover 29:46, Emily Acree 29:55. 40-44 – Shally Pender 24:43, Marina Yukon 26:40, Jessica Vinson 26:41. 45-49 – Jennifer Preston 25:02, Tracy McKinney 25:04, Sherri Thompson
25:59. 50-54 – Suzanne Whitehead 26:15, Mariah Kurlick 27:58, Sherry Brooks 28:13. 55-59 – Donna Gentry 30:15, Judy Lewis 30:39, Carleen Krebs 30:42. 60-64 – Sherry Williams 32:36, Mary Ann Stevens 34:59, Michelle Griggs 37:42. 65-69 – Jan Goslin 34:45, Emily Smith 37:06, Helen Boyd 47:47. 70-over – Sylvia Poll 39:02, Mary Faulkner 55:34.
Strolling Jim 40 miles/Marathon/10K Wartrace, TN – 5/6 By Steve Durbin Strolling Jim 40 milers was founded by Gary Cantrell in 1979. We believe this makes it the second longest continuously run ultra in the U.S. Cantrell was an avid runner; especially ultra marathons, and multi-day events. Back then, ultras were few and far between. Runners planned and trained for weeks for a specific event. (As opposed to today, when runners are “tweaking” if they don’t run at least one race/weekend). Barry Barkley has assisted Cantrell since the beginning, and Lucian Cayce joined forces not long afterwards. The race, always held on the first Saturday in May, is named after “Strolling Jim”, the first World’s Champion Tennessee Walking Horse. Jim is buried a few hundred yards from the finish line. The course traverses the beautiful Bedford County countryside, offering a mixture of rolling hills, some flat roads, and 4 substantial hills. Cantrell, aka Lazarus Lake of Barkley Marathons fame, keeps runners informed and entertained with messages spray painted on the roads. “This is not a Hill”, “Even my mother doesn’t walk here”, “No Pain, No Brain”, and, a favorite one, “No more Hills”, as you look ahead at a monster hill. A unique aspect of the race are the Color Shirts awarded for outstanding performances. A Gold Shirt is earned by running sub 5 hr in the 41.2 mile race; Blue Shirt to sub 6, and Red Shirt to sub 7hr. Dink Taylor of Huntsville, AL, leads with 9 Gold Shirt performances, to go along with his two overall wins. The course record was set by Canadian Andy Jones back 1991, with the ridiculously fast time of 3:59:26 (about 5:49/mile pace). This year’s race offered $3,000 to someone setting the new record. The Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) designated Strolling Jim 41.2 to be the U.S. South Region’s Championship event for ultra marathon distance. The race started under clear skies, and mid 40 degree temps, yielding great conditions for the fastest runners, (later to change to windy, and sometimes rainy conditions as the day passed). Ultra running star David Riddle, of Cincinnati, led through the first 20+ miles, but had the misfortune of going off course for 2 miles. Riddle settled himself, and still finished second overall to Decatur, Georgia’s Jason Parks. Parks’ sparkling 4:18:06 is the 7th fastest time in race history. Six Gold Shirts were awarded this year, including Parks, Riddle, Ethan Coffey, Knoxville TN, Andrew Hodges, Huntsville, AL, Jason Mayeroff, Reno, NV, and Olaf Wasternack of Franklin, TN. The first female was Lauren Mitchell, Madison, AL in 5:47:36. Steve Durbin joined forces with Cantrell in 2014, and two additional races were added. In addition to the classic 41.2 miler, the Jim now boasts a 10km, and a Marathon. Both new courses have the signature of Cantrell all over them… beautiful, challenges courses, and inspiring, albeit sarcastic, comments on the road. At this time, it was decided that the race would become a fund raiser for the local Cascade High School Athletic Department. Aid stations were improved, and are now manned by students and parents of the school. Anya Gluszek, Huntsville, AL, was the overall winner of the Marathon with her 3:50:49, while Lance Perry, Athens, AL, was second with his 4:07:11. In the 10km, Eric Shull, Winchester, TN, and Owen Bradley (2 time winner of the 41.2), Birmingham, recorded the first ever sub 40-minutes with 36:48, and 37:48, respectively. Tracy Watson, Shelbyville, TN, was first female in 46:42. Strolling Jim would like to thank the citizens of Town of Wartrace, TN, Bedford Co, and surrounding areas, for their understanding and support of this classic event. 2018 will introduce a Half Marathon to the equation, giving runners one more strong option to join in on the fun. 40 miles, Top 25 – 1-Jason Parks 4:18:06, 2-David Riddle 4:35:35, 3-Ethan Coffey 4:46:56, 4-Andrew Hodges 4:48:34, 5-Jason Mayeroff 4:53:26, 6-Olaf Wasternack 4:58:31, 7-James Barnard 5:17:36, 8Jeremiah Tatum 5:19:21, 9-Aaron Bradner 5:24:37, 10Blake Trotter 5:32:55, 11-Joshua Holmes 5:44:00, 12Karl Studtmann 5:47:36, 13-Lauren Mitchell 5:47:36,
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14-Rick Rawls 5:48:19, 15-James Suh 5:49:57, 16Chris Robbins 5:50:47, 17-Dink Taylor 5:52:17, 18-Peter Strickland 5:53:23, 19-Regina Sooey 5:57:01, 20Brooke McClanahan 5:59:02, 21-Darren Ezzo 5:59:24, 22-Alex Ramsey 6:07:12, 23-David Jones 6:09:46, 24Stephen Brown 6:09:58, 25-Jabe McCoy 6:10:10. Marathon, Top 25 – 1-Anya Gluszek 3:50:49, 2Lance Perry 4:07:11, 3-Jason Hughes 4:10:23, 4-Thao Tran 4:17:06, 5-Tyler Burnham 4:22:11, 6-Trent Rosenbloom 4:24:50, 7-Bill Dyer 4:29:01, 8-Beth Garrison 4:33:02, 9-Jay Nelson 4:47:20, 10-Eric Porter 4:51:32, 11-Jessica Crowley 4:54:47, 12-Sulaiman Seriki 4:56:14, 13-Darryn Webb 4:47:40, 14-Kimberly Stokes 5:05:23, 15-Joe Rist 5:09:17, 16-Rose Flato 5:09:56, 17-Robert Smith 5:10:43, 18-Samantha Hall 5:16:26, 19-Sam Harwell 5:17:33, 20-Jim Speights 5:17:46, 21-Ron French 5:18:55, 22-David Martin 5:23:49, 23-Kim French 5:25:30, 24-Roy Fenstermaker 5:25:36, 25-Truman Smith 5:26:00. 10K, Top 25 – 1-Eric Shull 36:48, 2-Owen Bradley 37:48, 3-Jeremy Kaiding 40:39, 4-Tracy Watson 46:42, 5-Joey Teal 50:06, 6-Max Norman 50:31, 7-Papaw Baker 50:48, 8-Doug Koonce 52:46, 9-Chris Davis 52:52, 10-Sergio Gomez 53:23, 11-Tamra Smith 56:33, 12-Neil Watson 56:57, 13-Mark Babin 58:54,14-John Sowell 1:00:48, 15-Brandon Bartek 1:01:11, 16-Julia Possert 1:01:24, 17-Michelle Babin 1:01:25, 18-Janice Smtih 1:01:40, 1`9-Lea Anne Shull 1:01:51, 20NormanThomas 1:02:10, 21-Kristen Ganovsky 1:02:14,
more results at running.net 22-Tammy Anderson1:03:27, 23-Alex Jordan 1:03:31, 24-Melanie Bartek 1:03:55, 25-Chris Trail 1:04:38.
VIRGINIA Queens Lake 5K Williamsburg, VA – 4/8 Male, Overall – Roger Hopper 16:07, Cameron Wojcieszak 17:26, Daniel Shean 18:04. 14-under – Jacob Lohr 19:45, Isaac Lamprecht 20:08, Glenn Glass 22:36. 15-19 – Paul Glass 19:17, Aaron Nau 20:48, Luke Wells 21:55. 20-24 – Logan St. John 18:40. 25-29 – Kent Brown 21:02, Michael De Vivero 24:33. 30-34 – Ryan Doupe 18:17. 35-39 – Jason Miller 19:13, Patrick Cunningham 27:51. 40-44 – Chris Schleif 20:23, Marc Milner 21:37, Dustin Houchin 22:38. 45-49 – Tommy Neeson 18:41, David Glass 24:35, Christopher Johnson 25:40. 50-54 – Greg Dawson 18:32, Chris Jones 24:18, Tim Ledoux 29:21. 55-59 – Robert Whitaker 18:38, Ken Alberg 21:04, Jorge Mundaca 26:19. 60-64 – Stephen Chantry 18:24, Will Murray 20:48, Jim Gullo 24:20.65-69 – Rick Platt 23:38, Ed Irish 26:08. 70-over – Langston Shelton 22:44, Larry Arata 27:50, Nickolas Hagel 30:10. Walkers – Scott Stakes 31:13. Female, Overall – Emily Honeycutt 21:30, Kristin Milner 21:35, Sorenna Jean 22:16. 14-under –Cannon Jean 24:22, Ashley Nau 30:00. 15-19 – Samantha Mancuso 22:40, Nina Parziale 23:47. 25-29 – Victoria Kane 29:50. 30-34 – Hazel Doupe 31:03, Lesley Hunley 34:09. 35-39 – Elizabeth Schleif 25:03, Robin Olsen 25:10, Rebecca Lofgren 25:43. 4044 – Susan Hagel 22:34, Mary Hagel 25:17, Marie Homer 36:18. 45-49 – Phyllis Maston 26:16, Deborah Everitt 26:38, Criztina Jean 30:20. 50-54 – Jean Troutman 26:38, Bonnie Brown 2827, Elaine Blount 34:18. 55-59 – Donna Myers 35:17, Penny Pulley 39:51. 60-64 – Rose Crist 24:04, Frances Camp 39:51, Karen Schenck 41:27. 65-69 – Patricia Travis 27:18, Brenda Mitchell 34:23. 70-over – Judy Hanna 35:12, Judy Stewart 35:43, Pauline Ely 47:04. Walkers – Jocelyn Lamprecht 36:59. – Rick Platt
Tabb High School May Day 5K Tabb, VA – 4/29
40 mile Winner, Jason Parks of Decatur, GA, with Strolling Jim Founder and Race Director, Gary Cantrell
Overall Marathon Winner, Anya Gluszek of Huntsville, AL and Co-Director Steve Durbin
Male, Overall – Clint Gault 16:57, John McCauley 19:23, Craig Hymes 19:34. Masters – Jack Lovett 19:50, Marc Milner 20:30, Kristian Kold 23:55. 12-under – Colin Minter 28:02, Joshua Way 28:04, Landon Stoker 33:13. 13-19 – Logan Jackson 20:01, Caleb Rivera 21:06, Andrew Leonard 21:17. 30-39 – David Edwards 21:52, Ricky Guerreiro 23:15, Jared Miller 25:19. 40-49 – Jeff Jones 24:45, Dennis Kimble 25:41, John McCauley 26:07. 50-59 – Wade Jackson 24:51, Anthony Koberstein 28:36, Michael Wusk 29:46. 60-69 – Bill Dancy 26:59, Paul Bransford 35:42, Stephen Scudder 40:45. 70-over – Howard Bowker 33:29. Walker – George Fenigsohn 38:10. Female, Overall – Emily Honeycutt 21:58, Mackenzie Gardner 22:29, Kallie Wolf 23:12. Masters – Kristin Cochran 27:06, Kim Nahom 28:55, Toni Colton 28:59. 12-under – Sydney Holbrook 29:29, Taylor Kaminer 29:34, Adeline Lawson 31:35. 13-19 – Ana Leah Overbey 24:43, Caroline Way 25:00, Katie Nahom 25:40. 20-29 – Jaclyn Aulich 29:08. 30-39 – Heather Call 25:33, Sarah Andrews 26:13, Jennifer Little 27:28. 4049 – Michelle Freeman 29:56, Carleen Lawson 30:11, Shelby Gault 35:58. 50-59 – Patricia Boyce 34:23, Elaine Blount 36:01, Donna Sanders 38:44. Walker – Sarah Mueller 43:35. – Bruce Davis
Running Journal • June, 2017
“We Run The South” Running Journal Race Calendar Race Directors: Submit your information anytime on our website - www.running.net. 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 June 3, Alabaster - Angel Warriors Foundation 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Decatur - Mountain Mania 15K & 5K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com. June 3, Huntsville - Eurocross 5K & 8K Races, 8am. Info: Sean Allen (256)474-5263, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Mobile - Just For The Mud Of It 5K, 7:30am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, email@example.com. June 7, Hampton Cove - The Big Run, 5K 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Montgomery - The Big Run, 5K 6pm. Info email@example.com. June 10, Athens - Light Up the Night 5K Charity Event, 7:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Fairfield - Get Fit 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am; Kids FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Huntsville - Alabama A&M 5K Cross Country Race, 7:30am. Info: James Falcon (256)656-7199, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Jasper - Tallulah Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:15am; 1 Mile, 7:20am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Priceville - PCRA 5K & 1 Mile, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, West Blochton - Cahaba River Ramble Trail Race, 10 Mile & 5K; 7:30am. Info: caseylcahabariversociety.org. June 17, Clanton - Cornerstone Peach Run 5K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Florala - Alligator Trot 5K, 8am. Info: Karen Johnson (850)951-5385, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Fultondale - Fultondale Stampede 5K, 8am. Info: Sammy Morris (205)849-5740. June 17, Gulf Shores - Hot Trot for ARC 5K Run & 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: (251)979-2521, (251)947-5677. June 17, Huntsville - The GO BIG 5K, 7am. Info: (256)8802123, email@example.com. June 17, Rainsville - Rainsville Freedom Fest 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: Jerry Clifton (256)717-5650, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Anniston - Haley’s Team Twilight 5K Run, 8pm; Kirk’s Kids 1K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Decatur - Rotary Club Spirit of America 5 Miler, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Hoover - Full Belly 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Mobile - Africatown Bridge Challenge 5K Run/Walk, 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Huntsville - I Love America 5K, 8am; FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Huntsville - Firecracker 5K, 8am. 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 4, Pelham - The Rick Melanson Peavine Falls Run, 8.2 Miles, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Ohatchee - The Dam 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. 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. Aug. 1, Mobile - Crime Prevention 5K Run/Walk, 6:30pm. Info: Margaret Olive (251)401-8039, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Anniston - Woodstock 5K, 7:30am; Kidstock 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5, Birmingham - Lupus 5K FITathlon Challenge, 9am/1st Wave; 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Decatur - Brooke Hill 5K & 1 Mile, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5, Huntsville - Run 2 Rescue 5K Glow Edition, 7pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Arab - Judy Upton Memorial 5K, JuJu FR; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Decatur - Brothers for Life 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Birmingham - R(un) for One 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 8:45am. Info: Krystal Brummitt (205)967-0811, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Birmingham - Just A Call Away 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: justacallaway5K@gmail.com. Aug. 19, Hoover - Save the O’s 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aug. 19, Huntsville - Running of the Bulls 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 26, Decatur - 7@7 7K, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Pelham - Ridge to Blazing Ridge Trail 21 Mile & 10.5 Mile, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Nov. 19, Birmingham - Magic City Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:15am; 1 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: Jeremey Davis (864)420-5169, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.magiccityrun.com.
Dec. 9, Huntsville - Rocket City Marathon, 7am; $60 postmarked thru 5/30; $75 postmarked thru June; $90 postmarked thru Sept. Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)6507063, email@example.com, www.runrocketcity.com. See Ad page 32.
ARKANSAS June 3, Gassville - Gassville in the Park Festival, 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Havana - Mt. Magazine 15K, 8am. Info: Tom Aspel (479)857-4527, email@example.com. June 3, Little Rock - Take a Run at Hunger 5K, 8am. Info: (501)626-9388, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Paragould - Black River Technical College 5K, 8am. Info: (870)239-0969, email@example.com. June 3, Wynne - Mucka Mania 10K Race, 5K Run/Walk; 8:03am. Info: Ethan Cook (870)208-6523, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 9, Hot Springs Village - Tri the Village 5K Run, 7:30pm. Info: (870)246-6686, email@example.com. June 10, Benton - Arkansas Runner 2 Mile, 7:30am. Info: (501)246-0716, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Fort Smith - Honor and Duty 5K, 7:30am. Info: Kim Wohlford (479)461-2060, email@example.com, www.thenextstepfs.org. June 10, Fort Smith - 5K Foster Kid Run, 9am. Info: (479)6462819, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Jacksonport - Run Lizard Creek at Portfest 5K, 9am. Info: (870)523-1009, email@example.com. June 10, Little Rock - ARVets PTSD 5K, 7am. Info: (501)2465341, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Russellville - For the Love of Music, RUN! ACME 5K/ 10K Walk/Run, 8am. Info: Katie Rose (479)747-3313, email@example.com. June 10, Warren - Bradley County Pink Tomato 5K, 7:30am. Info: (870)226-5225, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 16, Bentonville - Memorial Park Glow 2 Mile, 8:45am. Info: (479)601-7493, email@example.com. June 17, Fayetteville - Iron Pig Festival, Duathlon: R-5K, B-18 mi., R-5K; 5K & 1 Mile FR; 17 Mile Bike Time Trial; 9am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, 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. Aug. 11-13, Eureka Springs - Eureka Springs Multisports Festival, 5K & 10K; 7:30am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Farmington - Farmington Stampede 5K, 1 Mile; 8am. Info: Sheryl Cash (479)267-2664, email@example.com.
Oct. 15, Fayetteville - Fayetteville Firefighters’ Hero Half Marathon, 8am; $65 by 8/15 (Price increases $5 every month until race). Info: Melissa Caffrey, The Spark Foundation, (479)387-7116, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.herohalfmarathon.com
FLORIDA June 3, Coconut Creek - Running for the I.V.Y. 5K Run/Walk, 7am; Kids Run, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Ft. Lauderdale - Heroes In Recovery 6K - South Florida, 7:30am; $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: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Ocala - Running of the Donuts 5K & Challenge, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com.
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June 3, Orange Park - Survivors Celebration Butterfly 5K Fun Run & Walk, 5K & 1 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: (904)385-7106, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Palataka - Beck 5K presents Capes & Cakes 5K, 8am. Info: Misty Guessford (386)328-0344, 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 3, Tallahassee - 2-1-1 Big Bend 5K & 10K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Tallahassee - GWTC’s Great Pot Luck Bash, 4 Mile Prediction Run, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. June 4, Boca Raton - Run for the Ribbons 5K & 1 Mile FR, 7am. Info: Tom Vladimir (561)361-1950. June 9, Clearwater - Sunsets At Sand Key Park 5K Race Series, 7pm; Kids FR (free), 6:45pm. Info: 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, Lakeland - Summer Sunrise Watermelon 5K Series, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, The Jacksonville Landing - Run For The Pies, Nike Championship 5K 7pm; Open 5K 7:30pm. Info: 1st Place Sports (904)731-1900, email@example.com. June 10, Melbourne - Bottoms Up Beer Run 4K, 6pm. Info: Anne Gregg (321)622-5939, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, New Port Richey - RAP River Run, 10K 6:30am; 5K 7:30am; Kid’s Adventure Obstacle Course 8:30am. Info: (727)8351635. June 10, Tallahassee - Summer Trail Series Race 1, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Tallahassee - 5K at 5th Ave., 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Marineland - Gratitude America 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. June 17, Monticello - Monticello Kiwanis Club Watermelon Run, 8:15am. Info: Tully Sparkman (850)510-9199, 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 23, Clearwater - Sunsets At Sand Key Park 5K Race Series, 7pm; Kids FR (free), 6:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com. June 24, Ponte Vedra Beach - Big Bang 5K, 8am. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Wakulla Springs - Freedom 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Run/Walk, 8:45am. Info: 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 1, Tallahassee - Summer Trail Series Race 2, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Jay - Celebrate Freedom 5K, 8am. Info: (850)217-2603 or (850)216-7676. July 4, Lakeland - Red, White & Brew 5K, 7:30am; Firecracker FR, 8:30am. Info: Fit Niche (813)619-5390. July 4, Melbourne - Firecracker 5K, 7am. Info: Running Zone (321)751-8889, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Ocala - Iggys “Four on the Fourth” Freedom Run, 4 Mile; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, email@example.com. July 4, St. Marks - Cooter Stew 4 on the 4th, 4 x 1 Team Relay; 7pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Tallahassee - Kiwanis Firecracker 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Winter Park - Watermelon 5K, 7am; Free Kids’ Run, 8:15am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Brooksville - Moon Over Croom Trail Runs, 21 Mile, 6pm; 14 Mile, 7pm; 7 Mile, 8pm. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. July 8, Lakeland - Summer Sunrise Watermelon 5K Series, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 14, Clearwater - Sunsets At Sand Key Park 5K Race Series, 7pm; Kids FR (free), 6:45pm. Info: email@example.com. July 15, Ormond Beach - Cops & Joggers Foot Pursuit Beach 5K, 8am. Info: Swayne Parsons (386)944-7718 (o), (386)882-7422 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Fort Hamer - Fort Hamer Bridge 5K/10K Run, 7:30am. Info: Stacey McKee, Parrish YMCA (941)798-9622, email@example.com.
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 Aug. 5, Pensacola - Bushwacker 5K, 7:30am. Info: Johnny Graves (850)733-9090, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Sarasota - New Balance FREE 5K Fun Runs, 7am. Info: Tonya Getzen Gowan (941)921-3696, email@example.com.
Aug. 5, St. George Island - St. George Island Sizzler 5K Race, 7pm; 1 Mile FR, 6:30pm. Info: (850)509-2191, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 11, Clearwater - Sunsets At Sand Key Park 5K Race Series, 7pm; Kids FR (free), 6:45pm. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Lakeland - Summer Sunrise Watermelon 5K Series, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Tallahassee - Breakfast on the Track 1.0 Mile, 7:45am. Info: Felton or Bonnie Wright (850)386-3500, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Orlando - Track Shack’s Celebration of Running 5K, 7:30am; Kids’ Run, 8:45am. Info: Track Shack (407)896-1160, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Tallahassee - Miller Landing Madness 8K & 5K, 8am; 3K, 9am. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, Bill Lott (850)656-1273. Aug. 20, Viera - Tailgate 2 Miler, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 26, Merritt Island - Running On Island Time 5K Race/Walk, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Ocala - Glo with the Flo 5K, 8pm. Info: Jim Shields (904)318-8104, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Tallahassee - Cougar XC Challenge, 5K Trail; 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sept. 9, Clearwater - Fit Foodie Festival & 5K, 8am; $25. Info: Maura O’Neill, 1399 N. Cuyamaca St., El Cajon, CA 92020; (619)3121212, email@example.com, www.fitfoodierun.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, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.spacecoastmarathon.com Dec. 9, Wakulla Springs - Tallahassee Ultra Distance Classic, 50K & 50 Mile; 7am; $50/ 50K, $60/50 Mile thru 6/30; $60/$70 7/1-9/30; $70/$80 10/1-12/4. Info: Nancy Stedman & Jay Silvanima (850)545-7074, tallahasseeultra@ gmail.com, www.tallahasseeultra.com
GEORGIA June 3, Alma - Georgia Blueberry Festival 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk to follow. Info: Karen McCarty (912)632-8961 (ext. 1083), email@example.com. June 3, Americus - Home Run, 1 Mile FR 7:45am; 5K 8am. Info: Rebecca Ferguson (229)938-3916, firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com, www.choa.org/superhero. June 3, Atlanta - Virginia-Highland Summerfest 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Tot Trot, 9:15am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Atlanta - Candler Park Fest 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Augusta - Grass Roots Cross Country Series 3K, 7:30am. Info: Adam Ward (706)731-7914, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Brooklet - Run the Farm 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: 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, Conyers - RYFA’s Concussion Awareness 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Covington - Newton Pregnancy Resource Center’s Born to Run 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Eatonton - Torture Trail Road Race, 10K 8am. Info: Race Committee (706)485-9941, email@example.com. June 3, Epworth - POSTPONED! Bright Futures 5K Bubble Run, 5K Run/Walk 8am; 1 Mile FR 8:05am. Info: (706)964-2582, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Flowery Branch - Run the Ranch 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Nature Walk, 8:35am; FR, 9:30am. Info: 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, Jonesboro - The Journey Jog 5K, 8am; 1 Mile Junior Jog, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Lawrenceville - Jail-Break Challenge 5K Obstacle Run, 8am/1st wave. Info: Christie Chapel (770)619-6673, 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, Summerville - Color Me Purple 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Toccoa - D-Day Run/Walk 10K, 8am. Info: (706)2825055.
June 4, Kennesaw - Turbo Dash 10K & 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Loganville - Rock the Park Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Augusta - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Johns Creek - The Big Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Lawrenceville - The Big Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Savannah - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Athens - APC Superhero 5K, 8am. Info: Athens Pregnancy Center (678)753-3180, email@example.com. June 10, Atlanta - Ryan’s Run 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Atlanta - Odyssey 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1K Kids Run, 9am. Info: (404)367-5149, email@example.com. June 10, Atlanta - Braves Country 5K, 7:30am; 50m Dash, 8:15am; 1 Mile, 8:30am. Info: (404)231-9064, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Atlanta - Divine Nine 5K Fun Walk/Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Atlanta - Adopted By You 5K & FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Cave Spring - Cave Spring Road Race 5K & 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 8am. Info: Lynn Batey (706)777-2200, email@example.com. June 10, Columbus - Woodruff Park 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Cumming - St. Brendan The Navi-Gator 5K, 8am; FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Dawsonville - Run 4 Hunger 5K, 8:30pm. Info: Amy Burns (706)216-3080, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Decatur - A Dancer’s Heart 5K Run/Walk/Dance, 5K Run/Walk 8am; Kiddie FR, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Dunwoody - Family Fun 5K, 8am; 1K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Fayetteville - Old Courthouse 5K, 8am. Info: Darryl Douglass (678)362-4000. June 10, Jefferson - Peace Place Dash Against Domestic Violence 5K, 9am. Info: (770)307-3633, email@example.com. June 10, Lawrenceville - Amanda Riley Foundation’s Miles-4Smiles, 5K & 10K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Woodstock - Rope Mill Half Marathon & 10K Trail Run, Half 8am; 10K 8:05am; Free 10-under Kids Race 8:15am. Info: email@example.com. June 11, Atlanta - Hotlanta Half Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 14, Athens - North Georgia Methodist Conference 5K Run/Walk, 6:30am. Info: Chris Moss (770)938-3030, email@example.com. June 17 Atlanta - Old Fourth Ward 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Canton - Flippin’ 5K Run, 8:15am; Fun Run, 7:45am. Info: Mayra Vargas (770)345-0888, email@example.com. June 17, Canton - A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ultra, 3, 6, 12 & 24 Hour Race; 9pm. Info: Toni McAlister (678)400-9050, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Conyers - Healthy Heart 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Family FR, 9:15am. Info: 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, Jasper - Dragon Dash 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Musella - Papa’s Peach Classic, 5K Run/Walk 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:15am (approx.). Info: Larry Carpenter (309)673-6459, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Newnan - Race for Hope to Cure Blood Cancers 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Watkinsville - No Mercy 15K & 5K Trail Runs, 15K 7:30am; 5K 8am. Info: SPARC Athens (706)286-7338, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Watkinsville - Let’s Move 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Tonya Lee (706)549-1435, email@example.com. June 18, Snellville - Father’s Day Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Acworth - Summer Solstice Trail Run, 4.5 Mile & 7 mi.; 8am. Info: (770)528-8825, email@example.com. June 24, Atlanta - Susan G. Komen of Greater Atlanta Race For The Cure 5K, 8am; 1 Mile, 7:30am. Info: Julie Brock (404)8140052, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Atlanta - HBCU Alumni Alliance Run/Walk 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Augusta - Greatest American Superhero 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Augusta - Grass Roots Cross Country Series 5K, 7:30am. Info: Adam Ward (706)731-7914, email@example.com. June 24, Columbus - Firefighter MDA 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Franklin - Liberty Eagle’s Red, White & Blueberry Off Road 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Lilburn - Ruppert Run 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Oxford - Pounding for Paws 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am. Info: (770)787-3763, email@example.com.
June 24, Savannah - Horizons Summer Sizzler 5K, 7:30am; Kids 1 Mile, 7:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Valdosta - GMC Valdosta 5K, 7:30am. Info: Lisa Wagner (229)269-4827, email@example.com. June 25, Atlanta - Southside Medical Center 5K Run/Walk For Health, 7:30am. Info: (404)688-1350. June 26, Columbus - Rails to Trails 5K, 7:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Crawford - Oglethorpe County Rec Run 5K, 7:30am. Info: Benjamin McDaniel (706)224-7110, email@example.com. July 1, Columbus - Big Sky Bravery 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Lake Rabun - Rabun Rumble Road Race, 5K & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Sandy O’Brien (706)782-7043 or (917)903-8961, 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, Cumming - Independence Day 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Demorest - 5K Run For Glory, 8am. Info: 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 4, Valdosta - Valdosta 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Woodstock - Woodstock Freedom Run, 5K, 1 Mile & Tot Trot; 7:15am. Info: (678)469-5726, email@example.com. July 8, Augusta - Grass Roots Cross Country Series 8K, 7:30am. Info: Adam Ward (706)731-7914, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Columbus - Big Dog Heatwave 5 Miler, 8am. Info: Reggie Luther (706)322-2786, email@example.com. July 8, Watkinsville - Oconee 4-H 4K, 7:44am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. July 14, Hampton - 12 Days of Christmas (in July) 7K, 7:04pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. July 15, Atlanta - Atlanta Beltline Westside 5K, 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Atlanta - Love Your Smile 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 15, Cumming - Dirty Spokes “Sawnee Mountain” 4.1 Mile Trail Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Hampton - 12 Days of Christmas (in July) 8K, 7:44am. Info: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Kennesaw - Summer Steamer 10K, 5K & 1K; 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. July 15, Pearson - #CharlieStrong5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Savannah - Summer Soaker 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 15, Valdosta - Barnes Healthcare Services 100 Year 5K Fun Run, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 16, Snellville - Run Into Summer Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: email@example.com.
July 22 Atlanta (Brook Run Park) - Heroes in Recovery 6K - Atlanta, 8am; $30 5/1-6/25, $35 6/26-7/21, $40 on Race Day. Info: Stephanie Spann - firstname.lastname@example.org, https://goo.gl/aXQ9RQ July 22, Atlanta - It Starts in the Park 5K, 7:30am. Info: Philip Mitchell (404)637-0512, Gary Jenkins - email@example.com. July 22, Augusta - Grass Roots Cross Country Series 10K, 7:30am. Info: Adam Ward (706)731-7914, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Buford - Cross the Bridge 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 22, Gainesville - ADA Memorial 5K, 10K & 1 Mile; 8:15am. Info: Justin Pressley (770)540-0986, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Jackson - Leadership Butts Glow Run, 5K Fun Run/ Walk; 8pm. Info: Amanda Bernard (770)775-7524. July 22, Kennesaw - Maria’s Ultra Summer Spectacular, 26.65 Miler, 6hrs., & 3hrs.; 7am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. July 22, Loganville (Walnut Grove) - Walnut Grove 5K Breakaway, 7:30am; Fun Run, 7:10am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Richmond Hill - Richmond Hill Red Hot Chili Pepper 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 22, Suwanee - Broadway in the Park 5K, 7am; FR, 8am. Info firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Valdosta - Break Bread Bun Run 5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 24, Columbus - Flat Rock Park 5K, 7:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Atlanta - Run Atlanta Midtown 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Ed Williams (404)993-1975, email@example.com. July 29, Cartersville - Georgia State Parks “Red Top Mountain” 9.9 or 3.1 Mile Trail Run, 8am. Info: 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. July 29, Jefferson - Exceeds Expectations 5K XC, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 30, Loganville - Run Thru The Park Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: email@example.com.
www.running.net Aug. 5, Duluth - Button Down Dash 10K, 7am; 5K, 7:45am. Info: Rhea Frendt (770)232-8816, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Flowery Branch - FBHS Falcon 5K Run/Walk, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Acworth - Xterra Georgia Allatoona Creek Park 8.75 & 3.4 Mile Trail Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Alpharetta - Red Race 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Athens - Brain Fitness 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Douglasville - Boundary Waters Cross Country 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Suwanee - Longhorn 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 9:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Winder - Summer’s End 5,000 & 10,000, 10K Run 7am; 5K Run/Walk 8:15am; FR, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 13, Snellville - Rockin’ The LP Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 13, Suwanee - Mustard Seed 5K, 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Atlanta - Atlanta’s Finest 5K, 7:30am; 1 Mile, 8:15am; 50m Dash, 8:30am. Info: (404)231-9064, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Dalton - Run for God - Pinky 5K Run/Walk (women only), 8am. Info: Dean Thompson (706)264-7101, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Powder Springs - Achy Breaky 5K & 1K, 7:30am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Roswell - Area 13.1, 7pm; Terrestrial 5K, 7:10pm. Info: Mike Buckelew (404)542-7123, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Acworth - Fireball Trail Run, 4 Mile & 7 mi.; 8am. Info: (770)528-8825, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Johns Creek - Run Your Happy Tails Off 5K, 8am; Fun Run, 7:30am. Info: Robyn Bernstein (404)964-2473, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Marietta - Digital Dash 5K Road Race, 7:30am; 1K FR, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Watkinsville - Running for Rankin 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jacki Gaytan (706)208-1211, email@example.com. Aug. 27, Snellville - August Madness Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov. 4-5, Savannah - Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon, Half Marathon & 2Person Half Marathon Relay, 7:30am (on 11/ 4); 5K & 1 Mile, 1pm-3pm (on 11/5). Info: Competitor Group (858)450-6510, (800)3111255, www.runrocknroll.com/savannah Nov. 18, Columbus - Soldier Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K & Relay Marathon; Wheelchair Div. Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Cecil Cheves - info@soldiermarathon. com, www.soldiermarathon.com
KENTUCKY June 2, Beaver Dam - OCHS Soccer 5K Glo Run/Walk, 8:30pm. Info: Karen Gordon (270)256-5855, email@example.com. June 2, Lexington - North Lime Donut Dash 5K Run/Walk, 6:30pm; Kids 1K Donut Dash, 7:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Mount Sterling - Run For Your Life: Your Health is “Colon” You, 5K 8pm. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Bardstown - Another Flippin’ 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Corbin - 5K Ultimate Climb Challenge, 5K Run/Walk; 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Danville - Run for the Brass 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Lexington - Run for the Nun 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Louisville - GlobaLou 5K Run/Walk, 9am. 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, Falmouth - Daniel Boone Run For Statehood, Half Marathon, 5K & 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: email@example.com, http://danielboonerun.com. June 10, Lexington - Funky Fun Prom Run 6K, 8pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Madisonville - Ready Set Glow 5K Run/Walk, 9pm. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Monticello - Lake Cumberland Grace Race 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • June, 2017 June 10, White Plains - Hope4Heather 5K, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Williamson - Hatfield-McCoy Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 8am. Info: Alexis Batausa (304)542-5311, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Winchester - The PathHome 5K, 8am. Info: Terry Davidson (859)744-8733, email@example.com. June 17, Danville - Bill Pollom Fathers Day 5K Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Tom Baeker (859)583-8136 (c), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Lexington - Crank & Boom Sprint For Scoops 3K Run/ Walk, 10am; 1/4 mi. kids dash, 10:45am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Lexington - Wild Hearts Fun Run Superhero 5K & Kids Super Sprint, 9am. Info: 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. June 17, Owensboro - Owensboro 10 Miler, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Paducah - Beat Beethoven 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Somerset - Somerset Christian School Cool Run 5K, 7pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Stanton - Nada Tunnel 8K Foot Race, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Danville - McDowell Wellness Center May 10K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Frankfort - River Blast River Run 3K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Stanton - The Jail Break 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Radcliff - USA Cares Patriotic 5K & 10K Run, Family 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Frankfort - The Great Buffalo Chase, 5K 8am. Info: Sarah Newman (502)696-5929. July 4, Lexington - Bluegrass 10,000, 7:15am/10K Wheelchair/ Crank Wheelchair; 7:30am/10K Run; 7:45am/Stroller/Walker; 8am/ Fun Run. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Pikeville - White Lightning Half Marathon & 5K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. July 8, Westport - OCPR Firecracker 5K, 8am. Info: Gary Parsons (502)225-0655, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Nancy - Mud Mayhem & Fun Lake Cumberland 5K Obstacle Challenge, 8am/1st wave. Info: email@example.com. July 27, Louisville - St. Matthews Mid-Summer 5K, 8pm. Info: (502)386-1502, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Louisville - Dr. Ed Morgan/Kiwanis Grand Slam 4-Miler, 8am. Info: (502)386-1502, email@example.com. July 29, Shelbyville - The Peach Jam 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Augusta - Augusta Run Along the River 5K, 8:30am. Info: Tim (606)756-2545, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Maysville - Project Malaria 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Missy Bishop (606)759-7141, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Somerset - Pack The Pantry 4-Mile Relay Race (2person teams), 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 18, Frankfort - United Way Kickoff 5K. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Wallingford - Hot Hot Hundred, 100K Relay/10K Individual Trail Races; 100K (2 to 5 runners); 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 26, Danville - Dash for Danielle 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOUISIANA June 3, Baton Rouge - Changing and Advancing Nutrition Now (CANN) 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Franklinton - Q50 Races Run to the Hills, 10 Miles & 5 Miles; 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Shreveport - Roy’s Kids 5K, 8:15am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Shreveport - No Limits Just Faith 5K, 8:30am. Info: Jessica Duos (318)470-9468, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, New Orleans - NOTC Summer Series #1, 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. June 9, Bossier City - Calvary’s Galactic Glo 5K Run/Walk, 8pm. Info: 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, Baton Rouge - HBCU 5K Pride Run/Walk, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Shreveport - The Blue Man Run 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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: email@example.com. June 21, Metairie - NOTC Summer Series #2, 2 Miles; 6pm. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. June 24, Jennings - CDERF 5K Glow Run, 8pm. 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, Lake Charles - LAR’s 4 on the Fourth, 4 Miles; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Shreveport - Sportspectrum Firecracker 5K Race for Research, 5K Run, Healthwalk & Stroll, 8am; 1/2 Mile Kids FR, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com.
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)884-7565, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 12, New Orleans - NOTC Summer Series #3, 2 Miles; 6pm. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 15, Shreveport - Riverbend Rotary Doughnut Dash 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 15 Shreveport - Red River Balloon Rally & 5K Run, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com. July 22, Mandeville - Big Heart Big Easy 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 26, Lafayette - CRRC Summer Series 1 Mile Time Trial, 6:15pm. Info: email@example.com. July 26, Metairie - NOTC Summer Series #4, 2 Miles; 6pm. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. Aug. 5, Mandeville - Q50 Races Bleau Moon 5 & 10 Mile, 8:45pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 13, Metairie - NOTC 54th Anniversary Race, 3 Miles & 1/ 2 mi. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. Aug. 23, Lafayette - CRRC Summer Series 1 Mile Time Trial, 6:15pm. Info: email@example.com.
MARYLAND 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, Grantsville - Katie’s 5K Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk, 9am. Info: Norm DeRosa (304)785-9504, email@example.com. June 3, Kensington - Colleen’s BA 5K & 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Middletown - GOTR of Frederick Spring 5K, 9:30am. Info: (301)471-4513, email@example.com. June 4, Bel Air - Bel Air Town Run 5K, 8am. Info: Mike Early (410)652-9974, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Rockville - Oy Vey 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Fun Run for Children, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Baltimore - Maryland Race for the Family, 5K Run/ Walk & 1 Family FR; 8am. Info: (410)998-1000, 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, Columbia - Agape 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: (410)8721050 (x160), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Lexington Park - Juneteenth/St. Mary’s Caring 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Gaithersburg - Blue Crab Bolt 5.2K or 10.4K Trail Running Series - Race #1, 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 4, Potomac - DCRRC Age-Handicapped 4 Miler, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 16, Bel Air - Catch a Pig 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 29, Germantown - Blue Crab Bolt 4.9K or 10.5K Trail Running Series - Race #2, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 30, Boyds - Riley’s Rumble Half Marathon & 8K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5, Frederick - Frederick Women’s Distance Festival 5K Run/Walk, 8am; Little Women 1K FR, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Annapolis - Ben Moore Memorial Half Marathon & 10K, 7:30am. Info: Ron Bowman (410)573-1929, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Bethesda - DCRRC Cross Country 3+Miler, Kids’ Race & Picnic; 5pm. Info: Rob & Judy Wolfe (202)744-5742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Cumberland - Howard’s Run Festival, 25K 7am; 5K 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 26, Clarksburg - Blue Crab Bolt 5.55K or 10.55K Trail Running Series - Race #3, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MISSISSIPPI June 3, Senatobia - Lifepoint Church 5K or 10K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Ridgeland - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Grenada - Thunder On Water 8K Run, 5K Walk; 7am. Info: Will Goff (662)809-8440, email@example.com. June 10, New Albany - Robert Clayton Festival Color Run 5K, 8am. Info: Emily Forman (662)538-1740, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Oxford - Lee Family Dentistry’s Splash ‘n Dash 5K, 8am. Info: 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, Jackson - Farm Bureau Watermelon Classic 5K Run/ Walk, 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Oxford - Stars and Stripes 5K & 1/2 Mile Family FR, 7:30am. Info: Gail Brown (662)236-7631, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Ocean Springs - Wesson Memorial 2 Mile, 1/4 Mile; 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. July 15, Philadelphia - REZ Run for the Choctaw Indian Fair, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk; 7am. Info: John Ferguson (601)6501765, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Pass Christian - Summer Beach 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, email@example.com. Aug. 5, Ridgeland - A Hot Run 5K, 8:30am; Kids 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Batesville - A Family Affair 5K Run. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 19, Diamondhead - Diamondhead 5K & 1 Mile, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NORTH CAROLINA June 1, Locust - Opening Day 4K Run/Walk, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 2, Asheville - Asheville Chamber Challenge 5K, 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Cary - Glow in the Park 5K Cary, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. June 2-3, Glade Valley - Get Outside Mountain Relay, 208 Miles (Team of 12 or fewer); 5am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Oak Ridge - Run the Ridge Glow Run, 3 Legged Race 8:40pm; 1.5 Mile Run/Walk, 9pm. Info: email@example.com. June 2, Richlands - Revive Downtown Richlands 5K Glow Run, 9pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Asheboro - Run Wild! 5K North Carolina Zoo, 7:30am; Kids FR, 8:45am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Asheville - ACR Music for the Sole 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Black Mountain - Downhill at Dusk 5K, 7:30pm. Info: Glory Hound Events (828)400-5868, email@example.com. June 3, Burlington - Legs for Life Wellness 5K Run/Walk, 8am; .8 Mile FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Cary - “Dress to Impress” 5K Run, 9am; 1 Mile FR, 10am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Charlotte - King Tiger 5K at University City, 7:30am; 1K Kids Tiger Trot, 8:15am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Charlotte - Carolinas CARE 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Clemmons - Clemmons Stride for Courage 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile, 8:15am. Info: Al Burchett (336)918-3214, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Concord - Find Your FIT 5K, 9:30am; FR/Walk, 9:10am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Garner - MADD Dash 5K, 10:30am. Info: LaRonda Scott (919)787-6599, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Greensboro - PTI Run on the Runway, 10K Run 8am; 5K Run/Walk 8:15am; 1 Mile 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Greenville - CareNet Hope 5K Run, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Kernersville - BHUMC’s Way to Play 5K, 9:30am; Fun Run (10-under), 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Harrisburg - Maverick 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Plymouth - Run With The Bears 5K, 7am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. June 3, Pinnacle - USMCR NC Marine Mud Run, w/obstacle course; Adult Waves, 8am; Pollywog (children), 10am; Team Waves, 10:45am. Info: 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 3, Salisbury - Sole Hope 5K Run & Health Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Shelby - June Bug Jam 5K Run, 8:30am; Kids FR, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Taylorsville - 5K Night Run for Life, Stroller Stroll/Fun Trot, 8pm; 5K Run/Walk, 9pm. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Charlotte - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S200 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Hickory - Charity Chase Half Marathon & 6.5 Mile, 6:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Nags Head - Storm the Beach w/Obstacle Course, 5 Miler 7:40am; 3 Miler 8am; 1 Miler 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Asheville - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Chapel Hill - The Big Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Greensboro - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Hickory - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Raleigh - The Big Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Wilmington - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 9, China Grove - China Grove 5K Main Street Challenge, 9pm; 1/2 Mile Kids FR, 8:30pm; Tot Trot 200yd., 8:15pm. Info: (704)857-7011. June 9, Winston-Salem - El Buen Camino 5K & 1 Mile Walk, 7pm. Info: email@example.com.
Running Journal • June, 2017
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; $35 4/30-6/9, $40 on Race Day. Info: Lauren Hall - firstname.lastname@example.org, https://goo.gl/ 4ndCNz June 10, Charlotte - Race to the Taste 5K, 9am; Cupcake Run/ Walk, 9:45am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Conover - The Mission Mile - 1 Mile Race & 1 Mile Walk, 8am. Info: Kelly Stewart (828)234-6065, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Denver - Grow Your Name 5K, 9am. Info: Jeff Zink (704)682-2934, email@example.com. June 10, Ellerbe - Bethel Hill Moonlight Boogie 50 Miles & Boogie Marathon, 6pm. Info: Doug Dawkins (910)206-2095, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Raleigh - Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon & 5K, S225 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Tri 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 15, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #3, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 16, Raleigh - Raleigh RunDown Downhill Mile, 1 Mile 7pm. Info: Pat Price (919)260-8013, email@example.com. June 17, Asheboro - Run Your Tail Off 5K, 8am. Info: Stephanie Turgeon (814)937-8205, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. See Ad page 8. June 17, Carolina Beach - Good Hops 5K Beer Run, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Cary - NC MedAssist Pancakes & Beer 5K, 9am. Info: Misty Moore (704)350-3597, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Charlotte - Healthy Achievement 5K, 8am. Info: Sammy Taylor - email@example.com. June 17, Charlotte - HEARTest Yard + Showmars 5K Run/Walk, Kids FR; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Charlotte - Brew Dash 6K Trail Race, 9am/competitive, 11:30am/recreational. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Conover - Conover School Run n’ Roll 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk; 8am. Info: Carol Johncock (828)234-5457, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Davidson - Summit Solstice 12-Hour Relay, 7am-7pm. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Elkin - Foothills 5K Wet Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, rfrench@alexandercountync. gov, http:// rockyfacepark.com/the-vertical-milechallenge/ June 17, Raleigh - Feminist 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Winston-Salem - A Brighter Path Race, 10K 7:30am; 5K 7:45am; 1 Mile FR 9am. Info: Marie Nall (336)759-0551 (x5707), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 18, Cary - Charity Distance Festival, 1 Mile 8am; 5K & 8K 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 18, Durham - Maggiano’s Father’s Day 5K, 8:30am; 1/2 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 22, Lake Junaluska - Emory Club 5K Run/Walk, 8pm. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Charlotte - 5K for JA, 8am; 1 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Charlotte - Strides for Shelter 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; FR, 9:20am. Info: (704)893-3800 (x103), email@example.com. June 24, Greenville - Eastern Run/Walk for Autism 5K, 9am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Hickory - The Krispy Kreme Challenge 5K, 8am. Info: (828)304-4786, email@example.com. June 24, Morganton - Cat’s Cradle 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: Frank Cooper (828)433-8120, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Oakboro - Oakboro Freedom Run 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Raleigh - ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - Raleigh, Kids Superhero Dash for Dad, 7:45am; 5K Run/Walk 8:15am. Info: (202)303-3110, 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. June 24, Winston-Salem - Ultimate Runner, 1 Mile, 400m, 800m, 100m & 5K XC; 4:30pm. Info: Sandy Wetherford (336)7820857, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Cary - Triangle Run to Remember 5K, 4:15pm; Kid’s Dash, 4pm. Info: email@example.com. June 25, Chapel Hill - Triangle Vegfest Fun 5K Walk/Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Durham - The Point 262, Competitive .262 2pm; Recreational .262 2:15pm. Info: email@example.com. June 29, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #4, 10K, 5K & 1
Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 30, Morganton - A Touch of Grace 5K & FR, 6:30pm. Info: 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. nc.us, 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, Albemarle - The Vac & Dash Watermelon 3.8 Mile Run, 7am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Bryson City - Firecracker 5K Run, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Carrboro - Four on the Fourth, 4 Miles 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Charlotte - American 4 Miler, 7:30am; 1 Mile Kid’s Run, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Fayetteville - Firecracker 4 Miler, 7am; 1 Miler, 8:10am. Info: email@example.com.
July 4, Kernersville – 22nd Annual Herbalife 5K Rotary Parade Run, 8:30am; $2500 in Total Prize Money (1st-$500 2nd$300 3rd-$200 4th-$100 5th-$50); Entry Fee: $20 by 6/30, $25 7/1-3, $30 race day. Info: Brian Stewart, 270 Post Oak Rd., Kernersville, NC 27284; (336)399-8045, firstname.lastname@example.org, elite runner contact info: Curtis Swisher (336)399-1039 or email@example.com; more info at www.onthemarksports.com, www.kernersville4thofjuly5k.com 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, http:// CommonHeartFirecrackerRun. com July 4, Weaverville - Steak ‘n Shake Firecracker 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, Ashville - Highland Brewing Night Flight 4.5 Mile, 8pm. Info: Glory Hound Events (828)400-5868, email@example.com. July 8, Boone - Grandfather Mountain Marathon, 6:30am. Info: John Weaver (828)262-3074, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Greensboro - Glow in the Park 5K, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. July 8, Wilmington - TriSpan 10K & 5K, 7am. Info: Lindsay Peiffer (910)251-9622 (x266), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 13, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #5, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. July 15, Beaufort - Historic Beaufort Road Race, 1 Mile Run/ Walk 7:30am; 10K Wheelchair/5K Wheelchair/5K Baby Joggers 7:55am; 5K & 10K Run 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Huntersville - Harvey’s Community 5K Run, 4pm. Info: 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, Jonas Ridge - The Scream! Half Marathon, 8am. Info: (828)400-5868, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 15, Morganton - Athletic Quilt Street Light 5K, 9pm; Freedom High School; $15 by 7/11, $20 on RD. Info: Robert Murray, 801 Briggs St., Valdese, NC 28690; Robert Murray (828)879-2073, rmurray@burke. k12.nc.us, www.christianstamina.com
www.running.net July 15, Salisbury - 5K Run/Walk for Greenway, 8am; 1/2 Mile FR, 8:45am. Info: Steve Clark (704)216-2709, email@example.com. July 15, Sanford - The Slime Adventure 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 21, Charlotte - Tread Nightly Half Marathon, 8pm; 4 Miler, 8:30pm. Info: Jimmy Lawler (704)391-3900, email@example.com. July 22, Bryson City - Bryson City Moonlight 5K Run/Walk, 8:30pm; 1 Mile FR, 8pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Charlotte - Tread Brightly Half Marathon, 8am; 4 Miler, 8:30am. 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 27, Atlantic Beach - Beach Run Series #6, 10K, 5K & 1 Mile; 6:30pm. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Jacksonville - Running with the Law 5K & 1 Mile FR, 7:30am. Info: Nick Brauninger (910)938-5317, email@example.com. July 29, Troutman - Safari Run For Missions 5K & FR, 8am. Info: Shannon Campbell (704)680-7742, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 4, Raleigh - Sir Walter Miler, 1 Mile 8pm. Info: Pat Price (919)260-8013, email@example.com.
June 17, Greenville - The Bobby Black Research For Amyloidosis 5K, 8am. Info: Mae Black (864)270-1758. June 17, Myrtle Beach - South Carolina Firefighters Foundation “Fire Conference” 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 18, Travelers Rest - Cottonmouth Beerlay 8 Mile Trail Race/Relay, 10am. Info: email@example.com. June 22, Greenville - Twilight 5K Running Series - Race #1, 7:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Chapin - The Hewitt 5K, 8am. Info: Crystal Hewitt (803)318-5237, email@example.com. June 24, Hampton - Hampton County Watermelon Festival 5K, 8am. Info: 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 4, Greenville - Red White & Blues Shoes 5K on the 4th, 8am; Kids Steeplechase, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Mount Pleasant - Firecracker 5K, 7:30am. Info: 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 9, Columbia - XTERRA Harbison Half Marathon, 7am; 5K, 7:10am. Info: Victoria Seahorn (404)421-3231, email@example.com.
Aug. 5, Asheville - LEAF Art Dash 5K, 9am; $30. Info: Stephanie Carson - LEAF, 377 Lake Eden Rd., Black Mountain, NC 28711; Stephanie Carson (215)287-7046, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.theleaf.org/artdash/
July 15, Isle of Palms - Isle of Palms Beach Run, 5K/10K Run or 5K Walk; 8am. $30 by 6/ 16, after $35. Info: Aaron Sweet, POB 508, Isle of Palms, SC 29451; (843)886-8294, email@example.com, www.racesonline.com/ events/iop-beach-run
Aug. 5, Concord - Eagle Scholarship 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Beaufort - Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Run 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Spruce Pine - Springmaid Splash Trail Races, 10K, 5K & Kids Run; 8:30am. Info: Matt Hollifield (828)467-1812, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Belmont - R(un) for One 5K, 8:15am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: Levacy Smith (704)813-8821, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Cary - Run for Life 5K, 8:30am; Mile, 8am. Info: Kathy Klein (919)815-1369, firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 20, Greenville - Twilight 5K Running Series - Race #2, 7:15pm. Info: email@example.com. July 22, Greenville - Harvest Hope 5K Hunger Run, 8:30am. Info: Jamie Peebles (803)254-4432 (x1111), firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Pageland - Melon Mile 5K, 8am. Info: 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. Aug. 5, Columbia - Hot Summer’s Night 5K, 7pm. Info: Mark Bedenbaugh (803)920-3841, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Columbia - 811 Run 5K, 8:11am. Info: Charleigh Elebash (803)451-7718, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Columbia - Philip’s Nighttime Run 5K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Spartanburg - Ready for Fall 5K, 8am. Info: Mike Foley (864)982-2686. Aug. 17, Greenville - Twilight 5K Running Series - Race #3, 7:15pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Mount Pleasant - R(un) for One 5K, 8am; Kids FR, 8:45am. Info: Becca Renard (843)737-6929, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Charleston - Dirt Dash Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, York - Summerfest 5K & 10K, 8am. Info: (803)6842590, email@example.com.
Aug. 19, Highlands - Highlands Twilight 5K, 6pm; Start: 483 Pine Street/KelseyHutchinson Park, Highlands, NC; $30 by 7/19, after 7/19 $35, $40 on Race Day; Free pair of Eclipse viewing for early registrants; Total Solar Eclipse in Highlands on 8/21. Info: Derek Taylor (828)200-9226, hdcderek@ gmail.com, www.highlandstwilight5k.com Aug. 26, Boone - High Country Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: Mary Sheryl Horine (828)262-7557, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Hickory - HCA Knights 5K Run, 8am. Info: Carol Johncock (828)234-5457, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Greensboro - Color Vibe 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Greenville - Back to School Bash 5K & 1K FR, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. Aug. 27, Greensboro - Growler Gallop Greensboro, 5K & 10K; 5pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 June 3, Batesburg-Leesburg - Anytime Fitness Highway to Health 5K, 8am. Info: Brittany Dean (503)481-4478, email@example.com. June 3, Columbia - Sweat It Out 5K Run/Walk, 7am; FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Greenwood - SC Festival of Flowers 5K Run, 1 Mile FR/ Walk; 8:30am. Info: Greenwood Chamber of Commerce (864)2238431, email@example.com. June 3, Sullivan’s Island - Floppin Flounder 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, West Columbia - Run Ella Run Memorial 5K, 8am. Info: Dacia - email@example.com. June 7, Greenville - The Big Run 5K, 6pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, North Charleston - The Big Run 5K, 7pm. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Lake Wylie - Splash Dash 10K/5K Race, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Spartanburg - Croft State Park - The Grenade Dash 5K, 9am. Info: James Stanton (864)918-8475, email@example.com. June 10, Sumter - Epps Orthodontics K9-5K Run/Walk, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Columbia - The Glo Run 5K, 9:05pm. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Fort Mill - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 8:55pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oct. 21-22, Myrtle Beach - Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon, Half Marathon 7am on 10/22; Coastal 5K 7:30am & Doggie Dash, 9:15am on 10/21; $70/Half, $30/5K, $20/Doggie Dash by 5/15; $90/Half, $35/5K, $25/Doggie Dash 5/ 16-8/15; Save 10% with Code RJJUNE17 (Valid through 6/30/17 - Half Marathon & 5K). Info: Continental Event & Sports Management Group, LLC - email@example.com, www.runmyrtlebeach.com. See Ad page 11.
TENNESSEE June 2, Johnson City - Blue Plum Fest 5K Run/Walk, 7pm; Little Plum Half Mile, 6:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 2, Knoxville - Tennessee River Runoff 5K Race, 6pm. Info: email@example.com. June 2, Knoxville - Knoxville Midnight 5K Run/Walk, 11:59pm. 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 - XTERRA Knoxville Trail Run, Half Marathon & 4.6 Mile Trail Race, 8am. Info: Ryan Roma (865)356-6984, email@example.com. June 3, Knoxville - Color Vibe 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Leiper’s Fork - Hillbilly Half Marathon, 6:30am; Little Billy 5K, 7am. Info: (615)861-1786, 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, Powell - Powell Lions Club 5K Run, 9am. Info Diane Wilkerson (865)640-1053, firstname.lastname@example.org. June, 3, Roan Mountain - Diamond Dash 5K Trail Run, 9am. Info: Morgan Gilman (615)418-9949, email@example.com. June 3, Rogersville - Amis Mill 10K, 8am. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Springfield - Barrel Fest 5 Miler, 7am. Info: Vicky
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Bumgardner (615)382-4470 (x215), email@example.com. June 4, Collegedale - Scenic City ARK 5K/10K Road Race, 400 Meter (12-under/free); 8am. Info: 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 9-10, Murfreesboro - Music City Distance Carnival, 6/9: 7pm thru 9pm (Open: 800m, 5000m; Invitational: 600m, 5000m); 6/ 10: 5pm thru 9:15pm (Kids: 300m, 800m, Mile; Open: Mile, Corporate 4x800m Relay; Invitational: 800m, 3000 Steeplechase, Mile). Info: (615)513-7327, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Elizabethton - Covered Bridge 5K Run, 3K Walk; 8am. Info: (423)542-1338, email@example.com. June 10, Knoxville - Sharps Ridge Scuttle, 6 Mile 8am; Kids Race 7:30am. Info: Stephanie Johnson (865)661-8821, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Memphis - Gibson Guitar 5K, 7pm. Info: (901)2742202, email@example.com. June 16, Memphis - Memphis Farmers Market Crop Hop 5K, 6:30pm. Info: (501)765-4123, firstname.lastname@example.org.
6:30pm/Girls Mile, 6:45pm/Boys Mile; 7:05am/Adult Mile. Info: Bob Townsend (423)525-7335, email@example.com. Aug. 11, Johnson City - Fit4Life 5K Glow Run, 8pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Newport - Dr. Dennis Branch 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Elizabeth Marshall (573)855-2770, email@example.com. Aug. 13, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5 Mile 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Hermitage - Wild Thang 9 Mile Trail Run, 8:30am. Info: Diana Bibeau (615)347-5822, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Nashville - It’s Just A Nashville 10K, 7am. Info: Cristina Young - firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Nashville - Hermitage Fitness Back in the Day K, 10K Run 6:50am; 5K Run/Walk 7am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 27, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5 Mile 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, Bell Buckle - Bell Buckle RCMoon Pie 10 Mile Run, 7am; $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, email@example.com, www.bellbucklechamber.com/10-mile-runonline-registration/
June 3, Chincoteague Island - Assateague Island National Seashore 5K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, Fayetteville - Firecracker Chase 10.2 Mile, 7am; 5K, 7:15am. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Jonesborough - The Red Black & Blue Race for Ian, 5K 8am; 1 mi. FR, 8:05am. Info: Michael Bates (423)767-6814, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Lenoir City - Tellico Summer Solstice Trail Runs, 10K & 5K; 7:30am. Info: Kevin Mahan (865)988-3906, email@example.com. June 17, Memphis - Q4Mile, 4 Mile Run/Jog/Walk; 9am. Info: C Smith (901)438-21223, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Millington - Mutt Strut 5K, 8am. Info: Samantha Lodrigue (901)849-9678, email@example.com. June 17, Millington - I Scream For Ice Cream 5K, 7pm. Info: PR Event Management, LLC (901)550-2114, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Nashville - Gay 5K Run/Walk for Diversity, 8am/Run, 8:05am/Walk. Info: email@example.com. June 17, Whites Creek - 5K Trail Run/Walk for Fatherhood, 7am. Info: (615)876-7170, 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, Huntsville - Fireman 4th of July 10K & 5K, 7am. Info: Michael Maney (423)569-6554. July 4, Nashville - Music City July 4th 5K/10K, 7am. Info: Cristina Young (615)955-0465, email@example.com. July 4, Nashville - Nashville Striders Firecracker 5000, 5K 7am. Info: Peter Pressman (615)293-8862, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Cordova - Hope 5K Run, 8am. Info: 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 15, Memphis - Design-A-Wish 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 16, Fairview - Bowie 6 Mile Trail Race Series, 8am; Kids 1.2 Mile FR. Info: Nashville Running Co (615)228-9191. July 16, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5K 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 18, Kingsport - Wolf Run, 7 Mile Trail Race; 6pm. Info: Mark Skelton (423)272-4812 (w), email@example.com. July 22, Greeneville - Greeneville Astros 5K, 8am. Info: Kelsey Thompson (423)638-0411, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Knoxville - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 9pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. July 29, Morristown - XTERRA Panther Creek Trail Run, Half Marathon & 4.2 Mile Trail Race; 8am. Info: Ryan Roma (865)3566984, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Nashville - Nashville Striders’ Annual 5K & Picnic, 5:30pm. Info: Peter Pressman (615)293-8862, email@example.com. July 30, Memphis - EJ Goldsmith Memorial Road Race Series, 5K 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Bristol - The Pinnacle 5K, 8:30am; Kid’s Half Mile, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5, Chattanooga - 80’s Express 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Chattanooga - Still Hollow Half Marathon & 10K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 6, Cookeville - Blister in the Sun Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 8, Kingsport - Duck Island Summer Mile: Kids & Adults,
Sept. 9, Leiper’s Fork - Heroes in Recovery 6K - Leiper’s Fork 8am; $25 until 6/6, $30 6/78/1, $35 8/2-9/8, $40 on Race Day. Info: Stephanie Spann - email@example.com, https://goo.gl/RxocdS
VIRGINIA 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; firstname.lastname@example.org, http:// www.runandriderace.com/kings-dominion June 3, Fairfax - John Hancock The Cooking Light & Health Fit Foodie Festival & 5K, 8am. Info: (619)312-1212, email@example.com. June 3, Fredericksburg - Run for the River 4 Mile, 10:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Front Royal - Front Royal Kiwanis 5K Run, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Glen Allen - The Sophie House 5K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Hampton - Fox Hill Community 5K, 8:30am. Info: Rich Bowen (757)850-8846, email@example.com. June 3, Henrico - CureChasers 5K & Double 5K, 8am; Kid’s Mile, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Hopewell - Hopewell Optimist 5K Run/Walk for Childhood Cancer, 9am. Info: email@example.com.
June 3, Lynchburg - LCPA Heart of Virginia 5K Run/Walk, 8am (Lynchburg College at the Pavilion); Run through the campus, which is beautiful during this time of year! Race benefits the Free Clinic of Central Virginia and the Lynchburg College Polloway Student Society; $20 registration fee; Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, https:// runsignup.com/Race/VA/Lynchburg/ HeartofVirginia5K June 3, Painter - Run the Farm 5K. Info: (757)787-4208, 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, Richmond - Boxer Brief 5K, 8:30am. Info: (757)3734174, email@example.com. June 3, Roanoke - Annie Mae Broyles 4Miler4Missions, 4 Mile 8:30am; 1 Mile Fun Walk, 8:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Springfield - Springfield 5K, 9am. Info: Mark Russell (703)913-0313, email@example.com. June 3, Waynesboro - Skyline 4 Miler at Seven Arrows Brewing Co., 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Williamsburg - Kingswood KLAM 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Woodbridge - Belmont Bay Belmont Stakes 5K & 1 Mile FR; 7:30am. Info: Sue Gilgenbach (312)259-0170, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Berryville - “Color Me Clarke” 5K Color Fun Run/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Dumfries - Henderson Husky 5K, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Fairfax - StarKid 5K, 8:30am; Family FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Roanoke - Conquer the Cove Trail 25K & Marathon, 6:30am. Info: (540)375-3990, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 7, Richmond - The Big Run 5K, 6am. Info: email@example.com. June 7, Roanoke - The Big Run 5K, 6:30pm. Info: (540)7771166, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Burkes Garden - The Varmint 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, Fairfax Station - Fountainhead Half Marathon & 10K Trail Run, 8am/Half, 8:20am/10K. Info: email@example.com. June 11, Middleburg - Salamander Run Wild 5K for Crash + Herd, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 13, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 5K, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, email@example.com. June 16, Williamsburg - Glow Williamsburg 5K & 1 Mile, 8:25pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Lynchburg - HumanKind Sports Outreach 5K, 8am; Youth Run, 9:15am. Info: email@example.com. 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; $90/50K, $40/8 Miles 5/18-6/15. Info: Kirby Walke, 1427 Mt. Tabor Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060; (540)330-7051, firstname.lastname@example.org, 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: email@example.com. June 17, Roanoke - Race 13.1 Roanoke Half Marathon, 10K & 5K; 7am. Info: (866)561-5651 (x301), firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Virginia Beach - Summer Slam 5K Run/Walk, 9am; Kids 1 Miler, 8am. Info: (757)409-1913, email@example.com. June 17, Virginia Beach - Into the Woods Summer Trail Series West Neck Creek 5K, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, West Point - Gen. Chesty Puller 10K, 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 18, Midlothian - Thanks Dad 5K, 8:30am; Kids Run, 9:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 18, Reston - Run With Dad 5K, 8am; 1 Mile FR/Walk, 9am. Info: email@example.com. June, 24, Amherst - IRON 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids 1 Mile FR (5-11yr.) to follow. 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, Covington - The Jackson River Scenic Trail Runs, Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, Gwynn - Gwynn’s Island Kukini 8K & 5K Run, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8:40am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Ivor - Whitetails 5K (clothing opt.-must be 18+), 10am. Info: email@example.com. June 24, King George - Dirty Lion 4 Mile Mud Run, 10am; 1 Mile Leo Mud Runs, 9am. Info: (540)840-2267, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Shacklefords - Runaway Colors of Cancer 5K Run/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. June 27, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 4 Miler, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 30, Roanoke - Moonlight Bootlegger 5K, 8:55pm. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. July 1, Lynchburg - Percival’s Island 5 Mile Race, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 2, Fairfax Corner - Freedom 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Fredericksburg - Heritage Festival 5 Mile, 7:45am. Info: (804)225-1469, (540)847-5286, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Lexington - Balloons Over Rockbridge July 4th 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Midlothian - Patriots 5K Race/Walk, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Reston - Firecracker 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 4, Roanoke - Four on the 4th, 4-Mile Run/Walk, 8am; Kids FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Shawsville - Shawsville 5K, 1 Mile FR; 8am. Info: Marvin Ballard (540)268-1812, email@example.com. July 4, Virginia Beach - Independence Day Race, 5K Run/Walk 7:30am; 1/4 Mile Tot Trot, 8:30am. Info: (757)456-9622. July 4, Winchester - Liberty 5K, 8am; Kids Mile to follow. Info: (540)327-5603, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 4, Yorktown - Yorktown Independence Day 8K Run & 5K Walk, 8am. Info: (757)890-3500. July 7, Mechanicsville - Papa John’s 4K Pizza Run & Relay, 6pm. Info: (804)365-7150, email@example.com. July 15, Hampton - Trailzilla Race Series 5 Miler, 6:30pm. Info: Thea Ganoe (757)272-2927, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Lynchburg - Virginia Commonwealth Games 5K, 8am. Info: (434)846-7449, 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 22, Clarksville - Clarksville YMCA @ Lake Fest 5K Run/ Walk & 1 Mile Children’s FR, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 22, Winchester - 8K For MS Trail Race, 8:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 23, Fairfax Corner - Birthday Bash 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com.
July 29, Gate City - Gate City Frontier Save The Theater 5K Run/ Walk, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Roanoke - The South Peak Hill Challenge, Approx. 2 Miles (1.8 mi.), 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 29, Yorktown - Coast Guard Day 5K Run/Walk, 8:30am; 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: Billy Hogge (757)856-2132, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 30, Fairfax Corner - Mighty Mile, Just for Kids! 1 Mile (614yrs.), 1/2 Mile (4-6 yrs.); Tot Dash; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5, Appalachia - Appalachia Railroad Days 5K Road Race, 8:15am; 3 Mile Power Walk, 8:20am. Info: Randy Blair (276)3939577, Pam Hutchinson (276)565-0821. Aug. 5, King George - 3 H Trail Half Marathon, 8am. Info: (540)310-4803, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Virginia Beach - Road Rage Events Cutter 10K, 7am; Coast Guard 5K, 9am. Info: (757)409-1913, email@example.com. Aug. 5, Williamsburg - Mad Dash 5K Run/Walk, 8am; 1 Mile FR/ Walk, 7:30am. Info: Jen Berberich (757)253-1947, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 8, Newport News - Tom Ray Memorial Predict Your Time 5 Miler - PTC Summer FR Series, 6:30pm. Info: Christine Schaffner (757)898-3258, email@example.com. Aug. 12, Hampton - Transitions 5K, 8:30am. Info: Heidi Olson (757)722-2261, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Lynchburg - Lynchburg Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 15, Williamsburg - Lake Matoaka 4.3 Mile Trail Challenge - PTC Summer FR Series, 6:30pm. Info: Susan Hagel (757)5870699, Rick Platt (757)229-7375. Aug. 19, Colonial Heights - TCRR’s Race for the Cause 5K Run/ 5K Walk, 8am; Children’s FR, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Newport News - Smart Smiles 5K, 8:30am. Info: Emily Roman (757)223-7204, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Pearisburg - Eye Run 5K/10K Run/Walk, 8:30am; Kids Run, 10:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Salem - The Fab 5K, 8am. Info: (540)375-3990, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Virginia Beach - Into the Woods Summer Trail Series - Sandy Bottom 8K, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 20, Leesburg - Leesburg 20K, 7:30am; 5K, 7:48am; Kid’s FR, 7:55am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 22, Newport News - Swamp Bridge 5K - PTC Summer FR Series, 6:30pm. Info: Bruce(757)989-0072, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Ashland - Patrick Henry Half Marathon, 7am. Info: (804)285-9495, email@example.com. Aug. 26, Roanoke - Roanoke River 8K Run/Walk, 8am. Info: Jeremy Woods (540)589-3212, 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. See Ad page 9.
WASHINGTON, DC June 3, Washington, DC - Race4Respect 5K & 1K Kids Dash, 9am. Info: (301)704-1572, email@example.com. June 10, Washington, DC - Lawyers Have Heart 10K Run, 5K Run & Fun Walk; 7am. Info: (703)248-1714, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Washington, DC - Great North American Naughtical Beer Mile, 1 Mile 6pm. Info: email@example.com. July 15, Washington, DC - DC Road Runners Track Championship, 1 Mile & 3K; 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 29, Washington, DC - Dash-for-DASH 5K & 1K FR/Walk, 8am. Info: email@example.com.
WEST VIRGINIA June 3, Masontown to Morgantown - Deckers Creek Trail Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Ella Belling (304)296-6185, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Sophia - Burning Rock Half Marathon, 8:30am. Info: Kip Buchanan (304)252-7328, email@example.com. June 10, Morgantown - RDVIC 5K, 9am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Charleston - CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life 5 Mile Run, 2.5 Mile Walk; 8am. Info: (304)388-9860. June 17, Clarksburg - Cecil Jarvis Greater Clarksburg 10K, 8:30am; 2 Mile, 10am; Kids K, 10:30am. Info: Summer Boggess (304)627-1105, email@example.com, www.greaterclarksburg10k.org. June 24, Fairmont - The Union Mission 5K Run & 2K Walk, 9am. Info: Ashley Wood-Tiner (304)363-0300. June 24, Morgantown - Pony Palooza 5K Run & 2K, 9am. Info: Karen Allen (304)288-9053, Carol Petitto (304)288-9748. July 4, Morgantown - Morgantown Running 4 on the 4th, 4 Mile Run/Walk 9am; 1 Mile Kid Run 11am. Info: (304)241-5223, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 14, Morgantown - Jim Dunn Memorial Scholarship Twilight 5 Miler & 2 Mile Walk, 7pm. Info: Mike Mosser (304)685-9126, email@example.com. Aug. 4-5, Wheeling - Debbie Green 5K Weekend - Race for a Reason, 8/4: Green Mile 7pm; 8/5: Debbie’s Dash 5pm; 5K for Leukemia 7pm. Info: Ron Green (704)859-0704, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • June, 2017
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, email@example.com, https:/ /www.runragnar.com/event-detail/trail/ appalachians_wv?utm_source=running% 20journal&utm_medium=calendar&utm _cam paign=mdm%20appalachians%202017 &utm_content=march%202017 Aug. 12, Marlington - Mountain Trail Challenge, Half Marathon 8:30am; 5K 8:40am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 18, Morgantown - Rush Run 5K Run/Walk, 7pm. Info: Amanda Snider (304)288-4697, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Fairmont - Monongahfest The Miner’s Run/Walk, 3.61 Miles; 8am. Info: Mike Prunty (304)816-6351, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Parkersburg - Parkersburg News & Sentinel Half Marathon, 8am; 2 Mile, 8:10am. Info: Art Smith (304)485-1891 (x281), email@example.com.
TRACK & FIELD June 1, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 1, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, 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 3, Tallahassee, FL - AAU Track & Field Florida District Qualifier Meet, 8am. Info: (850)322-3929, email@example.com. June 3, Greenville, SC - South Carolina Open & Masters Track Classic, 7:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 6, Decatur, GA - All Comers Track & Field Meet - Week 6, 5:30pm-8:30pm. Info: (404)231-9064, email@example.com. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 8, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 2, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, email@example.com. June 9-10, Murfreesboro, TN - Music City Distance Carnival, 6/ 9: 7pm thru 9pm (Open: 800m, 5000m; Invitational: 600m, 5000m; 6/10: 5pm thru 9:15pm (Kids: 300m, 800m, Mile; Open: Mile, Corporate 4x800m Relay; Invitational: 800m, 3000 Steeplechase, Mile). Info: (615)513-7327, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Tallahassee, FL - Tallahassee Zoom Track Invitational, 8:30am/Field Events, 9:30am/Running Events. Info: Wendell Jones (850)212-3975, email@example.com. June 13, Decatur, GA - All Comers Track & Field Meet - Week 7, 5:30pm-8:30pm. Info: (404)231-9064, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 15, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 3, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, email@example.com. June 22-25, Tallahassee, FL - AAU Region 9 Track & Field Regional Qualifier Meet, 8am. Info: (850)322-3929, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 22, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 4, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, email@example.com. June 29, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 5, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 30, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 6, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 6, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, email@example.com. July 7, Metairie, LA - All Comers Track Meet, 100 Meters to 2 Miles. Info: (504)304-2326, NOTC@runNOTC.org. July 13, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 7, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Tallahassee, FL - Ernie Sims Track Invitational, 9am. Info: (850)322-3929, email@example.com. July 15, Washington, DC - DC Road Runners Track Championship, 1 Mile & 3K; 4pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 20, Tallahassee, FL - Summer Track Series - Week 8, 6:45pm. Info: Tom Perkins (850)894-2019, email@example.com. 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). June 2-4, Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Swim Fest - 3 Day Races, 6/2: 1 Mile Fun Swim, 6:30pm; 6/3: 2.4 mi., 8:30am; 6/4: 9.2 mi., 8:30am. Info: 1 & 2.4 Mile Swim: Stan Corcoran (423)493-5536, firstname.lastname@example.org; 9.2 Mile Swim: Karah Nazor (423)4883143, email@example.com. 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)2466686, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Paragould, AR - Pedal The Ridge, 25, 62 & 100 mile bike; 8am. Info: Robby Glasco (870)335-5896, email@example.com.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com. June 3, Kosciusko, MS - Little Mountain Ride, 23, 44 or 70 Mile Bike; 7am. Info: Donna Holdiness (662)739-0915, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Ridgeland, MS - Heat Wave Triathlon, S-1/2 mi., B-27.5 mi., R-10K; 7am. Info: (901)550-2114, email@example.com. June 3, Badin, NC - Badin Lake Triathlon, S-750yd., B-13 mi., R5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3, Davidson, NC - Pinky Swear Kids Triathlon - Charlotte, 8am; 15-18yr.: S-200yd., B-4.5 mi., R-1 mi.; 11-14yr.: S-150yd., B-3 mi., R-.75 mi.; 6-10yr.: S-75yd., B-1.5 mi., R-.5 mi. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Erwin, NC - Erwin Wilderness Challenge Triathlon, B-10 mi., Kayak-8 mi., R-3 mi.; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 3-4, Troy, NC - Uwharrie 18 Hour Adventure Race & Trekking, Mountain Bike & Paddling, 2pm; 6 Hour Race, Trekking, Mountain Bike & Short Swim, 2pm. Info: email@example.com. June 3, Abingdon, VA - Iron Nut Sprint Triathlon, S-1/4 mi., B-18 mi., R-5K, 8am; Youth Splash and Dash, 11am. Info: Coomes Recreation Center (276)623-5279, firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, email@example.com. June 4, Fayetteville, AR - Ozark Valley Triathlon, Intl: S-1000yd., B-19 mi., R-4 mi.; Sprint: S-400 yd., B-13 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Tybee Island, GA - Tybee Island Sprint Triathlon, S750m, B-20K, R-5K; 7am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Brevard, NC - WNC Flyer Bike, Full Century 8am; Metric Century 8:30am; Half Century 8:45am; Half Metric 9am. Info: (828)6840812, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4, Charlotte, NC - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon & 5K Run, Tri: S200 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Triathlon 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 4, Knoxville, TN - XTERRA Knoxville Triathlon, S-1200m, B16.6 mi., R-4.6 mi.; 8am. Info: Ryan Roma (865)356-6984, 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)246-6686, 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, Dacula, GA - Hamilton Mill Kids Triathlon, (5-8 yrs.): S25mi., B-1.0 mi., R-.5 mi.; (9-12 yrs.): S-75m, B-2.0 mi., R-1.0 mi.; (13-16 yrs.): S-125m, B-2.0 mi., R-1.35 mi.; 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Harrodsburg, KY - Ride Your Butt Off for United Way, Bike 15 mi., 25 mi. or 35 mi.; 9am. 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)856-0049, 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, S-800m, B-12.5 mi., R-3.25 mi.; 7am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. June 10, Merry Hill, NC - Pound the Sound Triathlon, S-750m, B14 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Morehead City, NC - Tri for Fun Kids Triathlon, 5 age categories; 8:30am/1st wave. Info: email@example.com. June 10, Rock Hill, SC - Pump House River Run, 3 mi. paddle, 5K run; 8am. Info: Hope Matthews (803)817-5122, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Greeneville, TN - Greene County YMCA Sprint Triathlon, 8am. Info: Debbie Overacker (423)639-6107, email@example.com. June 10, Hampton, VA - Lifes A Beach Triathlon (w/obstacles), S200yd., B-5 mi., R-2 mi. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10-11, Williamsburg, VA - Jamestown Triathlon Festival, International (6/10): S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K, 7am; Sprint (6/11): S750m, B-20K, R-5K, 7am. Info: Hotline (757)570-9934, email@example.com. June 11, Fayetteville, AR - Ladies DU Fayetteville, R-2 mi., B-11 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: Tiffany Gaulke (479)444-3463, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 11, Dunedin, FL - Dunedin Rotary Triathlon, S-1/4 mi., B-12 mi., R-5K; Duathlon: B-12 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: DRC Sports (352)637-2475, email@example.com. June 11, Raleigh, NC - Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon & 5K, S-225 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 5K 7:30am; Tri 8am. Info: 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 16-17, Lexington, KY - Survive the Night Triathlon, Teams 2-10 members; S-2.4 mi., B-120 mi., R-26 mi.; 7:30pm. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Bay Minette, AL - Rideyellow 6, 10, 20, 37 & 62 mile bike; 7am. Info: Marissa Williams (251)937-9099, email@example.com. June 17, Fayetteville, AR - Iron Pig Festival, Duathlon: R-5K, B18 mi., R-5K; 5K & 1 Mile FR; 17 Mile Bike Time Trial; 9am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Fernandina Beach, FL - Jacksonville Triathlon Olympic
www.running.net & 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, S200 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, Braselton, GA - Jackson County Brevet Cycling Event, 22 mi., 44 mi., 64 mi. & 102 mi.; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Asheville, NC - Enka Triathlon at Biltmore Lake, S750m, B-17.5 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: Glory Hound Events (828)4005868, 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, Huntsville, AL - Pesky Piranha Youth Triathlon, 3 Race Classes; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Hartwell, GA - The Hartwell Y Olympic & Sprint Triathlons, Olympic: S-1500m, B-24 mi., R-10K, 7am; Sprint: S500m, B-15 mi., R-5K, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. 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, Goldsboro, NC - Goldsboro YMCA Youth Triathlon, 7:30am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. 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, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 25, Wake Forest, NC - The Rho Smile Train Triathlon, S250m (pool), B-12 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: (919)376-9441, email@example.com. 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 24, Warm Springs, VA - Bath County Triathlon-Moomaw Madness, S-750m, B-20K, R-5K; 8am. Info: email@example.com. June 25, Memphis, TN - Mid-South Transplant Foundation Ride For Life, 25 Mile Bike; 7am. Info: (901)274-2202, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 1, Knoxville, TN - Tour de Rocky Top, 31, 50, 62 & 85 Mile Bike; 7:30am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, 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, Charlotte, NC - XTERRA Whitewater Triathlon, S-1K, Mtn. Bike-23K, Trail Run-8K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. July 8, Knoxville, TN - Westside Y Tri S-200yds., B-12K, R-4K; 8am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, 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 8-9, Colonial Beach, VA - Colonial Beach Triathlon Festival, Sprint (7/8): S-750m, B-14 mi., R-5K, 6:50am; International (7/9): S-1500m, B-40K, R-10K, 6:50am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 9, Fletcher, NC - LPC Retro Triathlon, R-5K, B-17 mi., S400m; 8am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, email@example.com. July 9, Blacksburg, VA - Kids in Training Youth Triathlon (ages 4-10), 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 9, Crozet, VA - Jefferson Sprint Triathlon/Duathlon, Tri: S350m, B-10.5 mi., R-3.1 mi.; Du: R-1 mi., B-10.5 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7:30am; Kid’s Splash & Dash, 11am. Info: email@example.com. 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)637-2475, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 15, Charlotte, NC - Tri! Ballantyne, S-300yd., B-12.7 m., R-5K; 7am. Info: Jones Racing Company (336)471-3322, email@example.com. July 15, Hampton, VA - Tidewater Sprint Triathlon, S-500m, B10 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, West Memphis, AR - Horse Shoe Lake Sprint Triathlon, S-1/3 mi., B-14 mi., R-3 mi. or S-1/2 mi., B-19 mi., R-4 mi.; 7am. Info: PR Event Management, LLC (901)550-2114, email@example.com. July 22, Dalton, GA - Run for God - Dalton Parks Adult & Youth Sprint Triathlon, Adult: S-300m, B-12 mi., R-2 mi.; (9-15 yrs.): S150m, B-4 mi., R-1 mi.; (6-8 yrs.): S-50m, B-2 mi., R-1/2 mi.; 7am. Info: Dean Thompson (706)264-7101, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 22, Clarkesville, GA - Chopped Oak Sprint & Super Sprint
Triathlon, Sprint: S-400yd., B-16 mi., R-5K; Super Sprint: S-250yd., B-8 mi., R-2.25 mi.; 8am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, email@example.com. July 22, Philadelphia, MS - Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon, S-.5mi., B27.5mi., 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)988-3906, email@example.com. July 23, New Orleans, LA - Wild Thing Kids Triathlon, 8am; 3 distances. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 23, Asheville, NC - Asheville Triathlon, R-5K, B-17 mi., S400m; 7:45am. Info: iDaph Events (828)684-0821, email@example.com. July 23, Garner, NC - Rex Wellness Sprint Triathlon - Garner, S250yd. (pool), B-10 mi., R-2 mi.; 7am. Info: (919)376-9441, firstname.lastname@example.org. July 23, Tallahassee, FL - USA Triathlon Splash and Dash Youth Aquathlon (swim/Run), 8:30am. Info: Mike Weyant (850)2416591, 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. July 29, Alcoa, TN - Springbrook Sprint Triathlon, S-200yd., B9 mi., R-3 mi.; 8am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, email@example.com. July 30, Morristown, TN - XTERRA Panther Creek - Off Road Triathlon, S-800m, B-13.0 mi, R-4.2 mi.; 8am. Info: Ryan Roma (865)356-6984, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Fernandina Beach, FL - Jacksonville Triathlon Olympic & Sprint - Series #3, 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. Aug. 5, Marietta, GA - East Cobb Triathlon, Olympic: S-1000m, B-24.5 mi.,R-10K; Sprint: S-400m, B-13 mi., R-5K; Super Sprint: S250m, B-6.5 mi., R-2.25 mi.; Kids Events; 7:30am. Info: Five Star NTP (770)633-5511, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Culpeper, VA - Culpeper Gran Fondo Cycle, 100 & 62 Miler, 7am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 5-6, Lake Logan, NC - Lake Logan Multisport Festival Triathlon, 8/5: Half: S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi., 7am; 8/6: International: S-1500m, B-24 mi., R-10K, 7am; Sprint: S-500m, B12 mi., R-5K, 7:30am. Info: Glory Hound Events (828)400-5868, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, Benton, LA - Ironfish Kids Triathlon, 8am; 2 distances. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 6, Benton, LA - River Cities Triathlon, S-1/2 mi., B-18.2 mi., R-5K; 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 6, Culpeper, VA - Culpeper Triathlon, International: S1500, B-24 mi., R-10K, 7:30am; Sprint: S-750m, B-16 mi., R-5K, 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 11-13, Eureka Springs, AR - Eureka Springs Multisports Festival, 5K & 10K; 7:30am. Info: Bruce Dunn (479)521-7766, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, Huntsville, AL - Huntsville Sprint Triathlon, S-400m, B7 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 12, Skidaway Island, GA - Skidaway Island Sprint Triathlon, S-250m, B-18K, R-5K; 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 12, High Point, NC - High Point Sprint Triathlon, S-500m, B-12.4 mi., R-3.1 mi.; 7:45am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, email@example.com. Aug. 13, Raleigh, NC - Rex Wellness Sprint Triathlon - Raleigh, S-250yd. (pool), B-10 mi., R-5K; 7am. Info: (919)376-9441, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Boca Raton, FL - Mermaid Mile Swim, 1 Mile 7am. Info: Lacey Chimienti (561)222-8440, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Lafayette, LA - MPCS Triathlon, S-200 yd., B-8 mi., R2 mi.; 7am. Info: (337)984-1920. Aug. 19, Washington, NC - Washington Olympic & Sprint Triathlon, Olympic: S-1500m, B-25 mi., R-10K; Sprint: S-750m, B12.5 mi., R-5K; 8am. Info: (919)376-9441, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 19, Wilson, NC - Wilson Family YMCA Youth Triathlon, 8am. Info: James Orr (252)902-9712, email@example.com. Aug. 19, Johnson City, TN - Dive, Ride & Stride Kid’s Triathlon, Ages 6-8: S-50m, B-1 mi., R-.5 mi.; Ages 9-10: S-100m, B-1.5 mi., R-1 mi.; Ages 11-15: S-150m, B-2 mi., R-1.5 mi.; 8am. Info: Kelly Finney (423)434-5749, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 20, Winston-Salem, NC - Ramblin’ Rose Triathlon, S-225 yd., B-8 mi., R-2 mi.; 8am. Info: email@example.com. Aug. 26, Sardis, MS - Dragon Fly Triathlon, S-1/2 mi., B-18 mi., R-4 mi.; 8am. Info: (901)550-2114, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Kingston, TN - Storm the Fort Triathlon, Sprint: S600yd., B-20K, R-4 mi.; Half: S-1.2 mi., B-56 mi., R-13.1 mi.; 7:30am. Info: Martin Coleman (865)250-3618, email@example.com. Aug. 27, Huntsville, AL - Rocketman Triathlon, S-1.5k, B-40K, R-10K; 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MARATHON June 4, Roanoke, VA - Conquer the Cove Trail 25K & Marathon, 6:30am. Info: (540)375-3990, email@example.com. 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. June 24, Covington, VA - The Jackson River Scenic Trail Runs, Marathon, 7am; Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, 1 Mile FR, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. July 8, Boone, NC - Grandfather Mountain Marathon, 6:30am. Info: John Weaver (828)262-3074, email@example.com. Aug. 6, Cookeville, TN - Blister in the Sun Marathon, 7am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 26, Charleston, SC - Dirt Dash Marathon & Half Marathon,
www.running.net 7:30am; 10K & 5K, 8:30am. Info: email@example.com. Sept. 3, Tupelo, MS - Tupelo Marathon & 13.1 Miler, 5am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 9, Millsboro, VA - Odyssey Trail Running Rampage, 7am/40 mi., 8:30am/Marathon, 10am/Half Marathon, 11:30am/6 Miler. Info: Odyssey Adventure Racing (540)444-4422, email@example.com. Sept. 10, Bartlett, TN - Stanky Creek 50K & Marathon, 7am; 25K & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 16, Washington, DC - Abebe Bikila Day International Peace Marathon & Half Marathon, 9am/Competitive; 7am/8amNon Competitive Start. Info: Jay Jacob Wind (703)927-4833, email@example.com. Sept. 23, Keyser, WV - Barnum Rail Trail Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 24, Chatsworth, GA - Mystery Mountain Marathon & 12 Miler, 8am. 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. 7-8, Key West, FL - Southernmost Marathon, 5:30am & Half Marathon, 5:45pm (on 10/7); 10K & 5K, 7:30am (on 10/8). Info: (954)213-6699, email@example.com. Oct. 14, Booneville, AR - Arkansas Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Walk/Run. Info: (479)675-2666, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 14, Greensboro, NC - The Cannonball. Greensboro’s Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: (336)7934311, email@example.com. Oct. 15, Chattanoooga, TN - 7 Bridges Marathon & Relay, 7am; 4 Bridges Half Marathon, 7:30am; 2 Bridges 5K, 7:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 21, Baltimore, MD - Baltimore Running Festival, 7:30am/ 5K, 8am/Marathon & Relay, 9:45am/Half Marathon; 9:20am/ Kid’s FR. Info: (410)605-9381, 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. Oct. 22, Apalachicola Bay, FL - Running For The Bay Marathon, Half Marathon, Ultra 50K, 10K & 5K; 7:15am. Info: Mark Henderson - email@example.com. Oct. 28, Charlottesville, VA - Rivanna Greenbelt Marathon, 6:30am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. 5, Fort Myers, FL - Fort Myers Marathon & Half Marathon, 6:30am; 5 Miler, 7am; 5K, 7:05am. Info: (239)653-7704, email@example.com. Nov. 5, Raleigh, NC - BCBSNC City of Oaks Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay & 10K, 7am; 5K, 7:20am; Kids’ Mile, 7:30am. Info: (919)396-5968, firstname.lastname@example.org. Nov. 11, Fort Oglethorpe, GA - Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon & Half Marathon, 7:30am (est); 5K, 8am; Jr. Marathon 12pm. Info: Jenni Berz (423)842-6265, email@example.com. Nov. 11, Charlotte, NC - Novant Health Charlotte Marathon, Relay & Half Marathon, 7:30am; 5K, 7:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nov. 11, Richmond, VA - Anthem Richmond Marathon, Half Marathon & 8K; 7am. Info: Race Director (804)285-9495, email@example.com. Nov. 11-12, Kitty Hawk to Manteo, NC - TowneBank Outerbanks Marathon & Half Marathon (11/12), 7am; 11/11: 8K, 8:45am; 5K, 9:30am; Diaper Dash, 11:45am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nov. 12, Pensacola, FL - Pensacola Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K, Subway Kids FR; 6:30am. Info: Jason Libbert (850)4342800, email@example.com.
Nov. 18, Columbus, GA - Soldier Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K & Relay Marathon; Wheelchair Div. Half Marathon & 5K; 8am. Info: Cecil Cheves firstname.lastname@example.org, www.soldiermarathon.com Nov. 19, Lithia, FL - The X-Country Marathon & 30K, 7:30am; Half Marathon, 8am; 5K, 8:30am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Nov. 25, Stennis Space Center, MS - Mississippi Coast Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K, 8am. Info: (228)380-7037, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, email@example.com, www.spacecoastmarathon.com Dec. 2, Memphis, TN - St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend, Marathon & Half Marathon, 8am; 10K 7:30am; 5K 9am; Wheelchair start 5 minutes before each event; Kids Marathon 1:30pm. Info: Erin Martin (800)565-5112, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Running Journal • June, 2017 Dec. 9, Huntsville, AL - Rocket City Marathon, 7am; $60 postmarked thru 5/30; $75 postmarked thru June; $90 postmarked thru Sept. Info: Dink & Suzanne Taylor (256)650-7063, suzanne@fleetfeet huntsville.com, www.runrocketcity.com See Ad page 32. Dec. 9-10, Pass Christian, MS - Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathon & Half Marathon, 7am (12/10); 5K, 8am (12/9); 1.2 Mile Kids Marathon, 9:30am (12/9). Info: (888)786-2001, email@example.com.
ULTRAS June 2-3, Glade Valley, NC - Get Outside Mountain Relay, 208 Miles (Team of 12 or fewer); 5am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. June 10, Savannah, GA - DFL 12 to 12 Hour Ultra, 6 & 12 Hours; 12pm. Info: Dan Hernandez (912)777-9147, email@example.com. 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: 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. June 17, Canton, GA - A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ultra, 3, 6, 12 & 24 Hour Race; 9pm. Info: Toni McAlister (678)400-9050, firstname.lastname@example.org. June 17, Davidson, NC - Summit Solstice 12-Hour Relay, 7am7pm. Info: email@example.com. 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)330-7051, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.triadventure.com/ eastern-divide-ultra/. June 17, Davis, WV - Highlands Sky Trail Run, 40 Miles; 6am. Info: Dan Lehmann (304)924-5835, 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 Miler, 6hrs., & 3hrs.; 7am. Info: Mark Vescio (678)895-2631, email@example.com. Aug. 5, Shelbyville, KY - 24-Hour Run For Dreams, 24-Hour 8am; 12-Hour 8pm. Info: Tommie Kendall (502)216-0378, firstname.lastname@example.org. Aug. 5, King George, VA - Dahlgren Heritage Rail Trail 50K, 6:30am. Info: (540)310-4803, email@example.com.
Aug. 11-12, Bruceton Mills, WV - 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%2 ournal&utm_medium=calendar&utm_campaign= mdm%20appalachians%202017&utm_c ontent=march%202017 Aug. 19, Wallingford, KY - Hot Hot Hundred, 100K Relay/10K Individual Trail Races; 100K (2 to 5 runners); 8am. Info: email@example.com. Sept. 9, Millsboro, VA - Odyssey Trail Running Rampage, 7am/ 40 mi., 8:30am/Marathon, 10am/Half Marathon, 11:30am/6 Miler. Info: Odyssey Adventure Racing (540)444-4422, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 10, Bartlett, TN - Stanky Creek 50K & Marathon, 7am; 25K & Half Marathon, 7:30am. Info: email@example.com. Sept. 22-24, Birmingham, AL - Birmingham Mountain Stage Race - 3 Mountains 3 Days - 56 Miles; 9/22: 17.5 mi. 8am; 9/23: 16.5 mi. 8am; 9/24: 22 mi., 8am. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sept. 23, Lakeland, FL - TICK TOCK ULTRA & Team Relay, 6hr. and 12-hr.; 7am. Info: email@example.com, www.ticktockultra.vpweb.com. Sept. 23, Morganton, NC - Table Rock Ultras, 50K 7am; 30K 7:30am. Info: Mark Rostan (828)261-6275, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 7, Brooksville, FL - John Holmes Trail Run, 50K 7am; 16 Mile & 9 Mile 8am. Info: (813)232-5200, email@example.com. Oct. 7, Morristown, TN - The Dirt Circuit - 12 & 24 Hour Endurance Trail Runs, 8am. Info: Ryan Roma (865)356-6984, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 7, Pamplin, VA - High Bridge Ultra 50K, 8am; High Bridge Trail State Park; $75, after 9/6 $90, deadline 10/5. Info: Anne Jones, 1427 Mt. Tabor Rd., Blacksburg, VA 24060; (540)230-3019, email@example.com, http://www.triadventure.com/highbridge-ultra/. Oct. 14, Danbury, NC - Pilot Mountain to Hanging Rock Ultra Marathon, 50 Miler & 50 Mile Relay, 6am; 50K, 7:45am. Info: Richard Swor (313)304-0903, firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 20-22, Alabaster, AL - The Endless Mile & Endless Mile Relay, 10/20: 48 Hour Race & Relay, 9am; 10/21: 24 Hour & 12 Hour Race & Relay, 9am; 10/21: Alternative Start for 12 Hour Solo Race, 9pm . Info: email@example.com. Oct. 22, Apalachicola Bay, FL - Running For The Bay Marathon, Half Marathon, Ultra 50K, 10K & 5K; 7:15am. Info: Mark Henderson - firstname.lastname@example.org. Oct. 28, Greensboro, NC - Triple Lakes Trail Races, Half Marathon, 40K & 40 Mile & Relay; 8am. Info: (336)793-4311, email@example.com.
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