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Saint Louis Track Club’s

Track Time News

June 2014

Vol. 44, Issue 6

Spring through St. Lou wraps up; Pace Series kicking off

SLTC Half Marathon registration price increases June 30! Register today! Index: President’s Column..........3 XC kickoff flyer....................9 Grapevine.......................4-6 Long run schedule........11

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Race photos..............12-13 Ask Styles.........................14

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Fest. of Miles...................18 Calendar...........................22

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Office hours: 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. Office phone/fax: 314-781-3926 Email: office@stlouistrackclub.com

Mission statement: The Saint Louis Track Club encourages running, walking and fitness for persons for all ages and abilities. The club organizes events, disseminates information related to the benefits of running and physical fitness, and encourages membership. Founded in 1970, the Saint Louis Track Club is a not-for-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code 501-C3.

Affiliated with the Road Runners Club of America and the USA Track and Field Association. SLTC Officers President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Board of Directors Board of Directors Board of Directors Board of Directors Board of Directors Board of Directors SLTC Race Directors Frostbite Series Half Marathon Spring through St. Lou Pace Series Track Series Cross Country Kick-Off Clifton Heights 3K Corps of Discovery Trail Race Marathon Relay

Presidents Oct. 1970-Feb. 1974 Jerry Adams Mar. 1974-March 1980 Jerry Kokesh Apr. 1980-June 1980 Gene Gianladis July 1980-July 1984 Tom Eckelman Aug. 1984-July 1987 Dan Sebben Aug. 1987-July 1988 Gary Krosch Aug. 1988-July 1989 Tony Sebben Aug. 1989-Dec. 1989 Mimi Zielinski Jan. 1990-July 1990 Rich Blumm Aug. 1990-July 1993 Camille Carney Aug. 1993-July 1997 Tom Eckelman Aug. 1997-Mar 1998 John Welge Apr. 1998-July 1998 Carol Keller Aug. 1998-July 1999 David Spetnagel Aug. 1999-July 2001 John Brenner Aug. 2001-Sept. 2004 Don Hong Oct. 2004-June 2010 Dave McNaughton July 2010-Dec. 2011 Rich Anderson Jan. 2012-Dec. 2013 Pam Mosca Jan. 2014-Present Mike Huelsmann

Mike Huelsmann Mark Russell Lenny Ramsey Justin Kupferschmidt Josh Aranda Wendie Cummings Jill Finklang Brian Kratz Mike Orrico Ryan Yoch Bob Chitwood & Mike Bahr TBA TBA Don Denham TBA Shelly Kannel and Brent Newman Jill Akins Mike Orrico & Mike Huelsmann Paul McGee & Rae Mohrmann

SLTC Lifetime Achievement Award Winners 2013 Gwen Eckelman 2012 Mike Toolen 2011 Dave McNaughton 2010 Jerry Kokesh 2009 Chris & John Brenner 2008 Don Hong 2007 Gary Krosch 2005 Les Paton 2004 Ed Wolfgram 2003 Jack Frohlichstein 2002 Dan Sebben 2001 Camille Carney, 2000 Tom Eckelman Leonard Sova

SLTC Webmaster Anna Jones, anna.jones@stlouistrackclub.com SLTC TTN Editor Sallie Story, editor@stlouistrackclub.com SLTC Executive Director Jen Mommens, jen.mommens@stlouistrackclub.com ALL RIGHTS RESERVED The Track Times News is printed monthly. Reproduction of all or part of this newsletter in any form is strictly prohibited without the permission of the St. Louis Track Club.

SLTC Volunteer of the Year Award Winners 2013 Rae Mohrmann 2012 2011 Paul McGee 2010 2009 Pat Britt, John Dickey 2008 2007 Dave McNaughton 2006 2005 Jill Akins 2004

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President’s Column

Festival of Miles, Pace series coming up! St. Louis Track Club Members, June is here, and we are almost at the midpoint for the year. The St. Louis Track Club wrapped up its inaugural Spring Thru St. Lou race series. Congratulations to all award winners and participants, especially those who braved the rain shower during last race at Creve Coeur Park! Additionally, thanks to the sponsors, Dunkin Donuts, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Running Start, and True Runner for helping the Track Club put on the races. Lastly, the races could not go on without the volunteers. Special thanks to all who came out to volunteer their time each Sunday morning, a few members even had the privilege of wearing the Dunkin Donuts costume! Jen and Jake, you guys were rock stars! After the last Spring Thru St. Lou race at Creve Coeur Park, the St. Louis Track Club

held its annual picnic. Despite the early storms, many showed to socialize and have a great time. Excellent job by Rae Mohrmann for organizing the picnic, and also Brian, Jake, Jen, and Mark for helping out and grilling at the event. Next year we will have a grill master award! As for this coming month, I look forward to seeing everyone at some of the upcoming events like the Festival of Miles and some of the Pace Series runs. Don’t forget, this month’s open Board Meeting is Monday, June 16, at Schlafly Bottleworks. Please check the website for the latest details and time. Well, that’s all for now, I’ll be looking for you on the streets and trails! Mike Huelsmann, President St. Louis Track Club, est 1970

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The Grapevine By Donna Springer

Rae Mohrmann nabs 1st place in age group at Colfax Marathon

Condolences to friends and family of David Wayne Black

The Saint Louis Track Club extends its sympathy to the friends and family of David Wayne Black. David, 44, diagnosed with metastasized cancer November 2012, passed away May 3. David extended his greetings to the Saint Louis Track Club in February of 2013. “I don’t like it, but I have accepted it,” he said of his diagnosis. He expressed desire to regain sufficient health to volunteer at races. David’s running accomplishments include eight marathons, three River-to-River relays, three Tour de Donuts, two Wood River Triathlons, a 100-mile week, and “countless races” between 1995 and 2011. In 2011, he was sidelined by what he thought was a bone spur but was eventually diagnosed as a bony metastasis. His “countless races” included the Saint Louis Track Club’s Track Series. The “The elevation is an issue at 5,280 feet. Denver is the mile-high city,” Rae said. “The Alton Road Runners awarded him a “most mileage one year” award. His sense of humor race starts and ends at their zoo. Much of the race is on Colfax Ave., the longest run- showed when he was part of Metro Tri Club’s multi-person running “Zillapede” at the Saint ning consecutive street in the U.S., but I Patrick’s Day Parade Run. have not yet learned how long it is.” She David’s smile, long curly red hair, and pink described the events as very charity runner-friendly. The website describes the race billed hat, which he wore backwards, were familiar to many. Besides being a runner and as the ultimate urban tour of Denver. triathlete, David was an actor, writer, Park It was Rae’s third running of the race. She Supervisor, and paraprofessional in Spevisits a grade school/high school friend, cial Education. An IMDB entry summarizes and runs the race with some other friends. his acting career. His writing extended into Congratulations to Rae Mohrmann. Rae completed the Colfax Kaiser Permanente Marathon on May 18 in Denver. Her 4:35:21 time rated first place in her 60-69 age group. “Very well organized; good crowd and great volunteers,” Rae said. “Quite a bit of snow the week before, but for our race day, the temp was upper forties for the start, but in the 80s — it got hot — for the finish.” Rae reported that there were 17,000 for the combined events. The marathon and five-person relay started at 6 a.m., the half marathon at 6:45 a.m., and the “Urban 10Miler” at 7 a.m. There was a 5K and children’s events the day before.

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mystery, horror, and fantasy and included at least three published books. He wrote for three running publications, and won a regional award from the RRCA as a “Club Writer” in 2002. David is survived by his daughter, Sierra, his son, Lars, and partner, Kim Bartholomew.

Divas Half Marathon adds feminine touch to racing scene Alison Bourey and Adrienne Rosen traveled to the Divas Half-Marathon and 5k and reported a good time at the races and in historic Branson. “They treated us like princesses, and it was really fun. I recommend this race to other ladies who would enjoy all the feminine frills and gifts,” Adrienne said. “We all received hot pink race shirts that were really cute. At the finish line, they handed out hot pink feather boas, and a tiara crown for all the lady finishers. When we crossed the line, they gave us a beautiful long stem red rose. Refreshments included a drink of “bubbly,” which is sparking apple cider that tasted like champagne. Photographs were taken at the finish in front of a large poster with Diva logos all over it. We received finisher medals, as well at our award medals.” “Our medals were huge and glamorous, and the boas and tiaras were fun,” Alison said. “The rose I received lasted almost a week. The only downside is that the hills in Branson seemed never to end.” Alison placed first in her age group in the half-marathon; Adrienne placed second in her age group in the 5k. The Divas half-marathon and 5k events are part of a national series that had its inaugural race in Branson this year. Partici-

Adrienne Rosen and Alison Bourey at the Divas Half Marathon in Branson, Mo. pants at multiple locations may apply for cumulative awards.

NAMI walk raises money for mental illness education Saturday, May 24, brought good weather for the runners and walkers “walking for mental health” in the in the 12th Annual St. Louis NAMI Walk. The Upper Muny lot in Forest Park teemed with teams and individuals honoring loved ones, and aiming to help “erase the stigma” of mental illness. Money raised supports mental health educational programs in seven counties throughout the St. Louis area. As of May 29, the unaudited estimate, raised by teams and walkers, was $108,000. Deanna Orf, director of development for NAMI St. Louis, organizer the event, estimates 1,300 people were in attendance, making this year’s walk the largest to date for NAMI St. Louis. More than 70 registered teams from various companies, service organizations, and

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families attended. Entertainment/music was provided by “The Party, Inc.” Kim Hudson of FOX 2. News was special guest emcee. “Donations can still be made online at www. namiwalks.org/stlouis or mailed to 1750 S. Brentwood Blvd., Suite 511, St. Louis, 63144,” Deanna said.

Tradition continues with 40th annual U-City Memorial Day Run The 40th annual University City Memorial Day Run saw 645 runners complete the 5k, 549 the 10k and over 200 children of all ages the youth run. The University City Memorial Day Run has been a staple of the Saint Louis running scene since the start of the “running boom” in the 1970s. “Summer officially kicks off on Memorial Day, and there was no better way to celebrate than at the 40th Annual University City Memorial Day Run,” said David Nischwitz of Big River Running Company. Proceeds from the race benefit the U City Public Library and U City in Bloom. New this year was the downhill finish for

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both the 5k and 10k courses. Runners sprinted east on Delmar Boulevard toward the finish line in front of the University City Library. Also this year, two new awards for the 5k, recognized two early University City Memorial Day Run participants. A female masters award recognized the late Mary Fahey, who competed in the University City Memorial Day for many years. Kelly Slater received the inaugural Mary Fahey Award with her 24:04 time. The male award recognized Jack Frolichstein, one of the run’s original organizers, and stalwart of the Saint Louis Track Club. Jack assisted with presenting the award, and was highly visible from the parking lot of the University City Library. Jim Behrens won the award with his 19:50 time. The overall 10k male winner was Michael Kettler, time 32:53; the overall female winner was Kate Schwetye, time 41:09. The overall 5k male winner was Najim Udchachon, time 16:46; the overall female winner was Tricia Frisella, time 19:47. “Congrats to all runners,” said David Nischwitz. Whether Diva, Zillapede, walker, or runner, the Saint Louis Track Club wishes you the best. Please share your news and accomplishments with Dsprin5574@aol.com, or the Saint Louis Track Club office.

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We want to hear from you! Tell us about your accomplishments. Whether it’s your first 5k or a marathon PR, we want to know about it! Submit race recaps and photos to editor@stlouistrackclub.com

Share a little about yourself and your running history by submitting your profile at http://www.stlouistrackclub. com/profiles_forms.html and sending a recent photo of yourself to editor@stlouistrackclub.com

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2014 Summer Pace Series Where the power of the pace exceeds the need for speed When:

Wednesday nights, June 4 through Sept. 24

Time:

Walkers start at 6 pm, everyone else at 6:15 pm

Place:

The Visitor’s Center in Forest Park

Entry Fee:

$1 per run plus optional donations for snacks

Races are scored based on actual time versus predicted time - of course, you run without a watch! Each month the best 3 of 4 races will be used to determine ribbon winners for the top 10 closest estimators. For the entire series, the best 12 of 16 races will determine trophy winners for the top 15 closest estimators. June series June 4 2M June 11 3K June 18 5K June 25 2.5M

July series July 2 2M July 9 3K July 16 5K July 23 2.5M

August series July 30 3K Aug. 6 5K Aug. 13 2.5M Aug. 20 4.2M

September series Aug. 27 2.5M Sept. 3 5K Sept. 10 4.2M Sept. 17 3K

Wednesday, Sept. 24, is the fun run, grab bag, and final series awards.

If you are looking for an easy way to meet new friends or are new to running, the Pace Series is for you! The Forest Park Visitor’s Center is located near the History Museum and Tennis Complex at: 5595 Grand Dr. St. Louis, 63112 No need to pre-register. Just come on out before 6pm to check-in.

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41st Annual Cross Country Kickoff 8am-gals, 8:45am-guys Saturday, Aug 2 Forest Park Central Fields

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SLTC Marathon Training starts June 28 The St. Louis Track Club announces the 2014 Marathon Training Program. Ron Eisenberg (reisenberg@ sl-lawyers.com) and Steve Brady return as your training coordinators, and this is their 10th year with the program. The program is geared toward those interested in participating in any fall marathon. Join us to improve your running, make friends, and learn of new roads and trails to run. We have added Cliff Cave Park this year. The program is free, but you must be a member of the St. Louis Track Club. Date June 28 July 5 July 12 July 19 July 26 August 2 August 9 August 16 August 23 August 30 September 6 September 13 September 20 September 27 October 5 October 11 October 12 October 19

Prior to the first run, we recommend that you have been running a minimum 3 times per week, 20 miles per week, and are able to run at least 8 miles for a long run. To receive email notifications regarding the group runs, directions, training tips, and other important information, join our Facebook group, “St. Louis Track Club Marathon Training Group.” Don’t ask if you are too slow. Turtles as well as hares are welcome. All runs begin sharply at 7 a.m., but arrive early because parking lots may be congested.

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Spring Through St. Lou #4: Rock Spring 2-miler

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Ask Styles!

How can I run through hot, humid weather? Q: Hey Styles, what GPS watch do you recoma doctor. If you think you have a strained muscle in mend – Bobby A. there, then I would try to give it a go. Maybe leave A: That is a great question Bobby. It is all about the GPS watch at home and set goal of making it personal preference on this one. For me, it depends 10 minutes the first day back. If you have to walk a on fit, appearance, how much lighter you want your little, then so be it. If you need to stop, then stop, you wallet, and what functions/features are important know your body better than anyone else. To me, it to you. With technology always evolving, it makes it sounds like your brain may need this run more than harder to pick which one is the best fit. I your body. Good luck! have worn several different brands over Q: Hey Styles, what are your recomthe last 5 years or so (Garmin, Soleus, mendations to beat the heat and and Suunto) and they all did the job. I am humidity? – Pete H. currently in the Suunto Ambit2 in black. A: What happened to spring? We have As a lunch time runner, I wanted somejumped in with both feet to summer time thing that wouldn’t look ridiculous with a in the Lou. I am not sure we can totally suit. This watch looks cool and does it all, beat the heat, but we can make it more probably too much for me, but so far, so bearable by running early mornings or good. There are a lot of really good runlater evenings. Unfortunately, we can’t ning gear gurus out there; DCRainmaker do much about the humidity. There is is my go-to, so I would recommend doing also the treadmill, I guess. But here’s a a little research before buying. thought: Why not try to train your body Q: Hey Styles, I’ve been dealing with to acclimate to it? This is something an injured abdomen/chest pain (ribs) The one and only I have struggled with in the past and for over a week that has forced me to would always just try to avoid it. Now I will Mr. Styles. stop running. It’s getting better but not go out during the nastiest part of the day healed completely. Should I try running a few to help me get used to it. It does make those runs miles and see how it goes? - Frustrated Papa C. tough, but you will be rewarded in those early mornA: Let me start off by saying I am not the best pering spring/fall races. Maybe pick a few runs a week son to be giving injury advice. I just dealt with my and call them “heat acclimation training runs,” and own situation and only heard what I wanted to hear don’t get caught up in the stats for those runs. from the doc and physical therapists. Fortunately, it Disclaimer: Styles is not a professional. He is a just a guy that likes to worked out, but next time I might not be so lucky. run… everyday… and sometimes twice. As for your situation, the chest pain part makes me For professional help please contact a running coach, local running store, a little nervous. If that continues, definitely go see physician and of course the Google.

Need race day advice? Want to know how to prevent embarrassing marathon mishaps? Just want to annoy someone with random inquiries? ASK STYLES! Email him your questions at askstyles@stlouistrackclub.com, or post your questions to Twitter or Facebook with the #askstyles hashtag!

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Mailing Address:

Race Address:

Hills and Hollows RRCA PO Box 222 Valmeyer, IL 62295 Phone: 402-598-9178 Half Marathon Course Certification # IL-05013-JW

Valmeyer Fire House 626 South Meyer Ave Valmeyer, IL 62295 hillsandhollows@hotmail.com www.hillsandhollows.net

Half Marathon Course has a 3 hour time limit and closes at 11:00 A.M. Please do not enter to walk Half Marathon Half Marathon, 5K Run, 5K Wheelchair, 5K Fun Walk are different race events. There will be no duplication of awards. No Awards, Medals or Times will be given for the Fun Walk. Awards for 1st Emergency Response Personnel & 1st Active/Retired Military to complete the 5K and Half Marathon Race.

Packet pick up at Fire House 9/26 11:30am-7:00pm & 9/27 6:30am-7:30am

Same-Day Registration 6:30am-7:30am

If you have any questions please contact the race director at 402-598-9178 (cell phone). Good Luck on race day!

*** SPECIAL DEAL *** Groups of 5, register for the price of 4. All group registrations must be the same race event and must be submitted together via snail mail with completed entry forms and payment. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Personal Information Please Print: (Detach here and save top of form)

First Name: ___________________________ Last Name: ____________________________ Initial: _____ Age on 9-27-2014 _____ Date of Birth ______/______/_______

Circle Gender:

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Mailing Address: ___________________________________ City: _______________________ State: _________ Zip Code: _________ Phone Number: (______) __________-___________ Email Address: ____________________________________________________ Emergency Contact Name: _______________________________________ Relationship: ___________________________________ Emergency Contact Phone Number: (______) ________--___________ Cell Phone Number: (_____)________--__________________

Circle a Race Distance or Volunteer Entry until 8/31/14:

Half Marathon $60

5K Run $20

5K Wheelchair $17.50

5K Fun Walk $17.50

Entry after 9/01/14: Half Marathon $65

5K Run $22.50 5K Wheelchair $20

5K Fun Walk $20

Entry after 9/21/14: Half Marathon $70

5K Run $25

5K Fun Walk $25

Volunteer Circle Size: Youth Large

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After August 31, 2014, late entry and same day entry are not guaranteed a shirt. Are you an Active Emergency Response Personnel? Department ______________ Active or Retired Military? Branch __________ How did you find this event? (Please circle one or two) Hills and Hollows Web Site

Race Flyer

Friend Recommended

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Active.com Race Calendar

St Louis Track Calendar

Fleet Feet Sport Calendar

River 2 River Calendar

Road ID Calendar

RRCA Calendar

Big River Running Calendar

Workout Facility

Previous Race this year

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Signature: ___________________________________________ Date: _______________________ Parental Consent Signature: _____________________________ Date: _______________________ (If above is under 18 years old)

Pageto15 Please make checks payable Hills and Hollows RRCA


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West St. Louis County Lions Club 10Th Annual Lions “RUN FOR SIGHT”

June 2014

10K/5K Run/3K Walk/½ Mile Kids Run – “Chip Timing” Saturday, September 6, 2014 – Eureka, MO 10K Run & ½ Mile Kids Race start at 7:30am; 5K Run & 3K Walk Start at 8am PROCEEDS BENEFIT LOCAL COMMUNITY EYE CARE NEEDS, MISSOURI SCHOOL OF THE BLIND, LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS, FREE SUMMER YOUTH SWIM PROGRAM, CARE PACKAGES FOR TROOPS OVERSEAS

Registration Fees:

Before August. 28th

Individual: 5K Run 3K Walk 10K Run Kids (10-under): Family (4 or more):

After August. 28th

$25

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$35 $15 $65

ONLINE Registration and Course Information: Go to www.raceroster.com/2435 Team Competition: Teams consist of as many runners as you wish. We take the top 5 finishers of each team and add their finish placement. The team with the lowest score wins. Each team member receives a medal.

Packet Pickup: Shelter Insurance Office, 207 S. Central Ave. - SEPT 4th 3pm - 8 pm and SEPT 5th 9am - 1 pm FREE Child Care at Registration Area Courtesy of Creative Expressions REGISTRATION FORM – PLEASE COMPLETE A SEPARATE FORM FOR EACH PARTICPANT NAME:

Event

AGE

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NAME:

Event

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NAME:

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NAME:

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EVENT: 10K RUN 5K RUN 3K WALK 1/2 MILE KIDS RACE T-SHIRT SIZES: CHILD AS AM AL XL XXL Total Enclosed - $

How did you hear about us?

ADDRESS:

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EMAIL ADDRESS: In consideration of this entry, I assume all risk to me. My signature below indicates that I, my relatives and heirs hereby release and forever hold harmless, the sponsors and promoters of this event, including the City of Eureka, West St Louis County Lions and all officers, employees, agents and volunteers of these organizations, as well as subcontractors associated with this event from any claims liability and causes of action resulting from any personal negligence or fault of any of the released parties. My signature on this form further gives permission to the Eureka Days event to take photographs/videos of me and my family, if applicable, at this event and to use these images for future promotions and/or in the organization’s publications and web media. I understand that I will not be allowed to participate in this event unless a signed registration form is on file with the West St. Louis County Lions. Registration forms must be signed by a parent or guardian if participant is under age 18.

ADDRESS:

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Make Checks payable to: West St Louis County Lions Questions? Call: Shenee 314-750-0944 Wes 314-570-8101

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Mail Registration to: Lions Run 1 Coffey Park Lane Eureka, MO 63025

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June 2014

Join us for open meeting, group run, & social

The next quarterly open meeting will be Monday, June 16 in conjunction with the monthly club group run and social at Schalfly Bottleworks. The run will begin at 6 p.m., and the social and business meeting will be in the Crown Room immediately after, at approximately 7 p.m. Group runs and socials are held every third Monday of the month at one of Schalflyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s locations. Schlafly, our corporate wellness partner, will provide each run attendee one complimentary beer each! These events are open to current members only, but a free beer every month makes your $30 membership a bargain. We hope to see you there!

Team SLTC

Team SLTC participants are running strong through spring and the end of the Spring Through St. Lou series. Congratulations to all racers so far this year! The points have been updated and the status can be viewed on the website. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not too late to join in. Every time you run in an SLTC jersey, just email the office to let us know. Every mile you race translates into points toward a reward at the end of the year. Last year, all participants received a custom, limited edition T-shirts, and top mileage winners received gift cards to local running stores! Page 17


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Club news and notes ·Meeting minutes: May 1, 2014 ·Membership: 39 new and 24 renewals. ·Byron from Let Me Run spoke to the board about their program. There are currently 16 teams in the area and 50 coaches, with hopes to grow in the future. · The status of the developing elite racing team was discussed. A structure for the program is being put together. Sponsors will be needed to fund the team. ·Spring Through St. Lou is progressing as planned. The annual picnic (combined with the volunteer picnic) will be held in conjunction with the last race of the series. ·SLTC will be a sponsor of the GOTR race in 2014. We will have a booth on site to promote the club. We will also offer a coupon in their race packet. · Festival of Miles will be 6/5. SLTC is again sponsoring the Elite Men’s Mile. We will also have a booth at this event to sell merchandise and promote the club. ·The marathon training program schedule is set for 2014 and will be published on the website. The runs are open to all current members. ·The pace series is set to begin on 6/4 and will run Wednesday evenings through mid-September. ·Bids from shirt vendors were reviewed. Samples will be requested before a selection is made on a shirt vendor for 2014. ·Status of the Half Marathon was discussed. Race Director applicants were reviewed. A design contest for the shirt and medals will be explored. Prize money will be updated for 2014. ·The monthly group runs with Schlafly have been scheduled for the 3rd Monday of every month from one of the two Schlafly locations. Each attendee will receive one complimentary beverage from Schlafly, our new corporate wellness partner. These runs are open to all current members. Routes of varying distances are available at each run. The quarterly open board meetings will coincide with these group runs.

Thursday, June 5, 2014 at Saint Louis University High School

If you like running… or sports… or having fun in any way then you CANNOT MISS this event! For $5 you help a family in need and you get to see 10 exciting races including the region’s best high school athletes racing one mile and 100 meters, and some of the country’s best professional men and women running 800 meters and one mile as fast as you’ll see almost anywhere in the entire world! Plus, you’ll love the carnival-like atmosphere complete with music, food, giveaways and more. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 6:30pm GO! St. Louis Healthy Kids Mile 6:45 GO! St. Louis Middle School Mile 7:00 National Anthem & Introduction 7:05 UMB Bank High School Girls 100 meter dash prelims 7:15 UMB Bank High School Boys 100 meter dash prelims 7:20 First Bank Junior High Invitational Girls Mile and 7:30 First Bank Junior High Invitational Boys Mile 7:40 St. Louis Injury & Rehab High School Girls 800 meter run 7:50 St. Louis Injury & Rehab High School Boys 800 meter run 8:00 Athletics Sports Medicine High School Girls Mile 8:15 Speed Factory Athletics Women’s 800 meter run 8:20 UMB Bank High School Girls 100 meter finals 8:30 UMB Bank High School Boys 100 meter finals 8:40 Athletics Sports Medicine High School Boys Mile 8:55 Saint Louis Track Club Men’s Mile There will be $4,600 in total guaranteed prize money for both the women’s 800m and the elite men’s mile. The races also feature $1,000 bonuses for a sub-2:01 800m, a sub-4 minute mile and for a meet record in the Men’s Mile (3:55.29).

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Saint Louis Track Club

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St Louis Track Club’s 35th St. Louis Half Marathon, 14th annual Clayton Police 5K for Special Olympics and .5M Youth Fun Run Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014 Half Marathon is just $40 for SLTC members through June 29 ($55 for nonmembers)

Price to increase on June 30

Half Marathon

5K & Youth Run

‡Low entry fees! The Half is iust $55, or $40 for SLTC members & law enforecement, through June 29. ‡Long-sleeve technical shirts for all entrants ‡Finisher medals IRUDOO+DOI0DUDWKRQÀQLVKHUV ‡6WDUWDQGÀQLVKDW&HQWHURI&OD\WRQParking available at start. ‡7am start for walkers. Runners start at 7:30am.

‡Low entry fees! The 5K is iust $20, or $15 for SLTC members & law enforcement, through Sep 28 The Youth Run is just $7, and just $5 for SLTC members and law enforcement. ‡Long-sleeve technical shirts for 5K entrants ‡ Long-sleeve cotton shirts for youth runners ‡5K starts at 7:45am. Youth run begins at 8:15am.

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June 2014

Will Run for Food

Bruschetta: an excuse to eat tons of tomatoes

Summer is upon us! I don’t know about you, but when I think of summer cooking, tomatoes instantly come to mind. In-season tomatoes are far superior to their sad winter counterparts, and this bruschetta recipe will give you a great excuse to pile ’em on. Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as folate and potassium. They also have a hefty helping of beta carotene, which can help protect skin against sun damage – definitely important when logging all of those hot summer miles outside! Toss the freshest, reddest tomatoes you can find with sliced basil and balsamic vinaigrette, spread a thick layer on some crusty bread, top with mozzarella, and inhale. The tomato mixture is perfect for making ahead of time, as the flavors meld and grow stronger the longer it marinates. Serves 2 for dinner, 4 as an appetizer. ·3-4 fresh, ripe tomatoes, chopped ·8 oz fresh mozzarella, sliced ·2 French baguettes, cut lengthwise ·1 handful fresh basil, thinly sliced ·½ cup balsamic vinaigrette + more for garnish 1. Wash and dice your tomatoes into bite-size chunks. 2. Wash your basil, then tightly roll it into a tube and

Top: The tomatoes and basil, drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette. Lower left: Rolling the basil to thinly slice it. Lower right: The finished product!

thinly slice. 3. Combine tomatoes, basil, and vinaigrette in a bowl and cover. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes. Mixture will keep in fridge for up to 3 days. 4. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slice baguettes lengthwise, then into manageable pieces, and top each

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piece with a heaping spoonful of tomato mixture and a slice of mozzarella. 5. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees, then turn up to 400 degrees for another 5-10 minutes, until cheese is melted and bread is crispy. 6. Drizzle with additional vinaigrette and enjoy! -Sallie Story


Saint Louis Track Club

Track Time News

June 2014

June calendar of events Thu 5th

Festival of Miles

Fri 6th-Sun 8th Relay Iowa Fri 6th

Sat 7th

Sun 8th

Yoga Six 6k Run

5K trail, Thin Mint Sprint 5K Trail Run, 5K Obstacle Course, 5K obstacle and 7:30am, Camp Chan Ya Ta, 9157 Klondike Road, Obstacle Fun Run fun runs Worden, IL 62097 7:30am-5K, 8:30am-1M, Chesterfield (MO) Miles Against Melanoma 5K, 1M 5K, 1M Amphitheater 10K, 5K, Founder's Day 5K run/walk, 10K run, 16K Family Fun 16K family 7:30am at City Park Pavilion, 500 West Park, Union, Bike Ride bike MO, 63084 (facebook: Founder's Day Run/Walk/Bike) 4.5M run 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 St Louis Running Tour tour Chestnut St, 63101) 8am, Moody Park (Longacre Park), 525 S Ruby Ln, 1st Annual Miles for Miles 5K, 1M walk Fairview Heights, IL 8am, Woodland Park, Pine Lake Rd and Olive St, International Horseradish Festival 5K 5K Collinsville, IL 5K, 10K, 1.5M family 8am, Creve Coeur Comm. Center, 300 N New Heart to Heart Run fun run Ballas, Creve Coeur, MO 5K, 1M fun CASA Superhero Run 5K & Fun 1 mile run 8:30 a.m. at SIEU in Edwardsville (Parking Lot A) (facebook: 3rd Annual Tri-County CASA Superhero Run) Super Hero Dash 5K, 1M Run, Walk and Roll 5K, 1M 8:30am, Mueller Park, St Charles, MO 9am, Monroe Co YMCA, 9514 Caring Way, Marcia Pruett 5K – Run For Your Life 5K Columbia, IL, 62236 9am, 1014 Madison Avenue, Washington, MO Our Lady of Lourdes Chicken Run 5K & 1M Fun Run 5K, 1M 63090 Neon Dash TrueRunner Sugar Creek Mile St Louis Running Tour Ballwin Race Series: Ballwin Days 5K & fun run St Albans Kids Triathlon (kids only) (swim 100y or 200y, Bike 3mi or 6mi, run 0.6 or 1.2M)

Mon 9th Wed 11th 13th-14th Fri 13th Sat 14th

Racewalkers Club of St Louis SUMMER RACEWALK SERIES SLTC Pace Series All-Star Park to Park 144-mile Relay for 4-12 runners (info)

Fri 20th Sat 21st

9pm, 700 Raceway Blvd, Madison, IL 7am, W. Adams Ave., Kirkwood Park 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101)

St Louis Running Tour Route 66 10K (Illinois RRCA 10K Championship)

10K

Coordinated Youth & Human Services 5K

5K

Great Circle’s Ken Coleman Memorial 5K Race Levee Run (half marathon & half relay, 5k) (Levee Fest info)

5K 13.1M & relay, 5K

8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101) 8am, City Park & Library, 112 S Kansas St, Edwardsville, IL 8am, Wilson Park, 2900 Benton St., Granite City, IL 62040 8am, Great Circle-Springfield, 1212 West Lombard, Springfield, MO 65806

Great Circle’s 3rd Annual Ken Coleman Memorial 5K Dedication to Education Dash

5K 5K

Cross Country Chaos 5K Mud Run

5K mud run 5K obstacle mud run

Racewalkers Club of St Louis SUMMER RACEWALK SERIES SLTC Pace Series More Miles More Smiles 5K, 1M fun walk and postrace party Dorchester Kids Triathlon (5-9 years: 50yd swim, 1M bike, .5m run; 100yd swim, 2.2M bike, 1M run) New Town Splash and Dash (.62M swim (1K) and 2M run)

joe@stlrunningtour.com mounteverest_nicole@aol.com, 702.715.6261

kbarnes@ci.creve-coeur.mo.us, 314.432.3961 Jmorris.casa@gmail.com

618.281.9622, mhaas@ymcaswil.org 636.667.3081, rachaelbeckerman@gmail.com morunrace@hotmail.com joe@stlrunningtour.com

314.862.1188, Mike@bigshark.com

8:30pm, Frank Watson Parkway, Highland, IL

biathlon 5K 5K, family fun run 4.5M run tour 1500M, 3K, 5K, 3200M, 1600M, 1500M racewalk 5K

Aimee Frey, 636.583.8979, director@unionmochamber.org

mstruemph@ballwin.mo.us

4.5M run tour

Riverlands Rush Biathlon (4M run, 20M bike) Coal Festival Flag Day 5K Go! St Louis All-American 5K & Fun Run – St Louis Fastest 5K

mcastelli@gsofsi.org, 618.692.0692

8am, 101 St Albans Rd, St Albans, MO 63073,

5K glow run

2nd Schweizerfest Glo-Run (facebook: 2014 Schweizerfest Glo-Run)

allewellyn@yogasix.com

8am, Vlasis Park, Ballwin

144M relay

St Louis Running Tour

Mon 16th Wed 18th

5K glow run 1M 4.5M run tour 5K, 1M fun run Youth triathlon 1500M, 3K, 5K, 3200M, 1600M, 1500M racewalk 3K

6:30pm, Pattonville HS Track, 2497 Creve Coeur Mill Rd. Maryland Heights, MO 63043 6pm, Forest Park Visitor’s Center, St Louis Arvest Ball Park in Springdale, AR, to Hammonds Field, Springfield, MO

Mississippi Mud Mania

Sun 15th

6:30pm, Saint Louis University High, 339M relay for teams of 4-12 Sioux City to Dubuque, Iowa 6:30pm, Upper Muny Parking Lot, Forest Park, St 6K Louis

8am, Neunert, IL 8am, Great Circle – Boys & Girls Town, 1212 W. Lombard, Springfield, MO 65806 8am, 112 N Main, Caseyville, IL 9am, 26667 South Docking Road, Osage City, KS 66523 9am-1st heat, Driftwood Campgrounds, 2300 Bonansinga, Quincy, IL 9am, Riverlands Wild Bird Sanctuary, West Alton, MO 9am, Marissa, IL

ramonczuk@sbcglobal.net Register onsite for $1 (for snacks)

joe@stlrunningtour.com

618.876.2383 Jennifer.sickinger@greatcircle.org, 417.572.7673 Marla at 618.534.6493 Jennifer.sickinger@greatcircle.org or 417-572-7673

quincyymcamudrun@gmail.com 314.862.1188, Mike@bigshark.com 618.530.1682, alaunit172@gmail.com

7:30am-5K, 8:30am-fun run, Kirkwood, MO 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101)

joe@stlrunningtour.com

6:30pm, Pattonville HS Track, 2497 Creve Coeur Mill Rd. Maryland Heights, MO 63043 6pm, Forest Park Visitor’s Center, St Louis

ramonczuk@sbcglobal.net Register onsite for $1 (for snacks)

5K, 1M walk 7pm, Tilles Park, 9551 Litzsinger Rd, Ladue, MO Youth 7:30am, Dorchester Swim Club, 801 S. 74th St., triathlon Belleville, Il. 62223 7:30am New Town Saint Charles (at the big lake in biathlon the middle)

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$5 discount code: STLTRACK rollinschad@sbcglobal.net 314.862.1188, Mike@bigshark.com


Saint Louis Track Club Seize the Day St Louis Epilepsy 5K Ed's Race for Life (info)

Track Time News 5K 7:30am, Kirkwood Park, Kirkwood, MO 5K, 1M fun 8am, Ritenour High School, 9100 St. Charles Rock run Rd, Overland, MO edsrace4life@yahoo.com

Biathlon (5K, 12M bike), HealthPlex Kicks-N-Spokes for Diabetes youth biath. 8am, Breese, IL 6K run, 1M 8am, Creve Coeur Park, Tremayne Shelter, 13725 UCP Heartland’s Rock, Roll & Stroll fun run Marine Ave, 63146 4.5M run 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 St Louis Running Tour tour Chestnut St, 63101) 1st Monroe Co. Fraternal Order of Police 5K, .5M fun 5K, .5M fun 8:30am, Borsch Park, 409 MAR Graphics Drive, run run Valmeyer, IL 62295 Granite City Police Dept’s Jailbreak 5K 5K 8:30am, Civic Park, Downtown Granite City, IL Delta Dental Health Theatre’s “Plaquey Wacky” 5K, 1M tooth fairy walk and toddler dash 5K, 1M walk 9am-5K, 9:30am-1M, Wilmore Park, St Louis Hills 5K, fun run, Shaw Area Children's Center Stroller Derby, 5K, Fun stroller Run derby 9:30am, Tower Grover Park, St Louis 5K, 1M fun Phyllis Hunt Cancer Fund 5K, 1M fun run run 6pm-1M, 6:30pm-5K, Marissa, IL Summer Solstice – A Midsummer Night’s Run 2.5M 7pm, Silver Lake Park, Highland, IL 5K glow run, kids fun run 4.5M run St Louis Running Tour tour 1500M, 3K, 5K, 3200M, 1600M, Racewalkers Club of St Louis SUMMER RACEWALK 1500M SERIES racewalk Nerinx Hall Cross Country Camp for girls entering 6th- x-country 8th grade youth camp x-country RACE Middle and High School Cross Country Camp youth camp SLTC Pace Series 2.5M Red Bud Firemen's Dash 5K 8-mile SLTC Marathon Training Long Runs training run Cheering Up a Sweat 5 & 10K run/walk 5K, 10K 4.5M run St Louis Running Tour tour Macklind Mile 1M Light the Night Glow Run and kids run Sun 22nd

Mon 23rd Mon 23rdThur 26th Mon 23rdFri 27th Wed 25th Fri 27th Sat 28th

Sun 29th

Barc’s Rockin Zero Ramble Run 5K

5K

1st Bethalto Kiwanis 5K 5th Annual Pride 5K

5K 5K 4.5M run tour

St Louis Running Tour 2nd Annual St. Louis Head for the Cure 5K Run & Walk

June 2014

8pm-kids run, 8:30pm-5K, Swansea, IL 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101)

6:30pm, Pattonville HS Track, 2497 Creve Coeur Mill Rd. Maryland Heights, MO 63043

jamie.wagner@hshs.org schuek@ucpheartland.org joe@stlrunningtour.com mconrad@htc.net 314.241.7391, info@ddhtstl.org 314.771.0780 jebrown219@gmail.com, 618.830.2895 618.651.1386, lladwig@highlandil.gov ctell@swanseail.org joe@stlrunningtour.com

ramonczuk@sbcglobal.net

6-8pm, Nerinx Hall, 530 E. Lockwood, St Louis 8:30am-12:30pm, 3155 Sutton Blvd., Suite 203, St. Louis 63143 6pm, Forest Park Visitor’s Center, St Louis 7pm, 146 W Market St, Red Bud, IL 62278

QuigleyG@cbchs.org

7am, Queeny Park -Weidman Entrance, two loops 7:30am, Firemans Park, Maryville, IL 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101) 8am, South City YMCA, Macklind Ave, St Louis

Free for SLTC members, 314.781.3926 Efrisbee@charter.net

9am, Tower Grove Park, 4256 Magnolia, St Louis 9am, Runway Grille, St Louis Regional Airport, Bethalto, IL 7am, Soldiers Memorial, Downtown St Louis 8am, Kiener Plaza, Downtown St. Louis (500 Chestnut St, 63101) 8am-5K, 9:15am-kids run, Upper Muny Lot, Forest Park, St. Louis

5K 1500M, 3K, 5K, 3200M, 1600M, Racewalkers Club of St Louis SUMMER RACEWALK 1500M 6:30pm, Pattonville HS Track, 2497 Creve Coeur Mon 30th SERIES racewalk Mill Rd. Maryland Heights, MO 63043

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314.646.8880, info@racestl.com Register onsite for $1 (for snacks) krick27@gmail.com

joe@stlrunningtour.com

bethaltokiwanispres@gmail.com info@stlouisfrontrunners.org joe@stlrunningtour.com 314.378.1882, mcquade.steve@gmail.com

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