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Table of Contents 5

Executive Director Letter

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2019 Baltimore Running Festival Schedule of Events

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Thank You List

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Pacer Groups

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Race Descriptions

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Race Maps & Street Directions

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Runner Feature: Running with Dad

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Celebration Village

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Expo & Race Day Transportation & Parking

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Race Expo

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2018 Baltimore Running Festival Recap

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All-Time Records, Past Champions, 2018 Age Group Winners

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11 Medal Club

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Sights of Baltimore

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The Baltimore We Know

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LETTER

There’s no day in Charm City quite like marathon day.

probably seemed like a distant miracle. Hudson was

As 20,000 runners from around the world transcend into

born with a congenital heart defect and at age 14 weeks

Baltimore, a unique energy takes over the city that bonds

old underwent major heart surgery earlier this year.

participants, residents, and volunteers unlike any other

Performing the amazing delicate surgery…Kayleigh’s

event hosted by our great city. What compels runners to

coworkers at the University of Maryland Children’s

choose Baltimore?

Hospital PICU unit.

We poll our field post event every year to ask about

We are fortunate to have Sid Busch honor fallen

their experience and we utilize the data in numerous

heroes not only in Baltimore this weekend, but in all of our

ways. The primary objective is to use this feedback

events we host across this great state. Sid is responsible

to improve our operations to help ensure we deliver a

for one of the festival’s greatest moments as he recorded

memorable event to participants, sponsors, volunteers,

career marathon #200 in Charm City in 2015. It was late in

and our city. Starting with our inaugural event in 2001 it

the day, and the men and women of the Baltimore Police

became evident runners said they would return in future

Department escorted Sid via motorcycles and helicopter

years because of one primary reason. It’s something we

all the way from Lake Montebello to Camden Yards to

can’t truly measure, and frankly, don’t have any control

ensure the heroes he was wearing on his back and

over.

their families knew Baltimore appreciates the ultimate

Runners are blown away annually by Baltimore’s

sacrifices they made for our country.

“sole.” The civic pride displayed on race day happens in

None of this would be possible without the support of

every neighborhood along the 26.2-mile journey. While

our volunteers, runners, fans, city agencies and sponsors.

the marathon course includes most of the popular tourist

Because of loyal corporate partners like Under Armour,

destinations, like the start line at Camden Yards and the

CareFirst, Belcara Health and Fulton Bank the Baltimore

finish at the Inner Harbor, runners constantly share with

Running Festival continuously delivers a first-class race

us the high fives and encouragement along the course

day experience at every new turn.

that meant that most was from little kids and residents

We’d be remiss if we did not talk about all of the

in the neighborhoods they’ve never visited or perhaps

wonderful charities associated with this powerful event

heard about previously.

and how they help individuals and their families during

As part of our efforts to promote the event this year

their personal time of crisis. The Baltimore Running

we created the #ThisIsMySole campaign to highlight

Festival has raised more than $14 million total for local

individual runners and their inspirational stories so others

charities. While we all celebrate on a crisp fall Saturday

could learn about why running in Baltimore is in their

in October, it’s evident the festival impacts some lives

soul. We wanted to learn why this event is a must on their

forever.

running calendar and what role crossing our finish line plays in their lives.

So, that’s who we are. This is the city we know and why we love Baltimore. On October 19th it’s your turn to

We learned about our most experienced participant

bare your sole.

Bob Gralley who at 93 years old will participate in his 17th running festival while conquering the half marathon with

Lee Corrigan

his two sons and granddaughter.

President, Corrigan Sports Enterprises

Kayleigh Koehler, her husband Mitch and their baby

Baltimore Running Festival Executive Director

boy Hudson will cross a 5K finish line that at one point

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2019 Schedule of Events HEALTH AND FITNESS EXPO Baltimore Convention Center (Entrance at corner of Charles & Pratt Streets) Thursday, October 17- 3 PM - 8 PM Friday, October 18- Noon - 8 PM • Packet pick-up for all races • Buy official Running Festival merchandise • Visit vendor booths • Free and open to the general public RACE DAY- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Race Information No registration or packet pick-up on race day 7:30 AM Start of the Belcara Health 5K (Inner Harbor; Light & Pratt Streets) 7:55 AM Wheelchair Division start, Baltimore Marathon (Camden Yards; Paca & Camden Streets) 8:00 AM Open division start of the Baltimore Marathon and Team Relay (Camden Yards; Paca & Camden Streets) 9:00 AM Belcara Health 5K Awards (Band Stage, west of Visitor Center) 9:45 AM Start of the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Half-Marathon (Inner Harbor; Light & Conway Streets) 10:20 AM-2 PM Runners finish the Baltimore Marathon, CareFirst Half-Marathon and Team Relay 12:00 PM Baltimore Marathon, CareFirst Half-Marathon and Team Relay Awards Ceremony (Band Stage, west of Visitor Center) All races finish on E. Pratt Street near Transamerica Building

CELEBRATION VILLAGE Inner Harbor Saturday, October 19, 7:45 AM - 2 PM LIVE MUSIC THROUGHOUT THE DAY • Official running merchandise available • Interactive games in the Kids Fun Zone • Family Reunion Zone- meet up with family and friends after the race • Food & drink available • Fun for the whole family

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2019 Baltimore Running Festival Thank You List Michelle Abbott-Cole

Al Malone

Dr. Eric Almli

Bill Marcus

Charles Baker

Eugene McCullough

Tracy Baskerville

David McMillan

Department of Transportation/Permits MedStar Sports Medicine/BRF Medical Director Department of Transportation

Department of Transportation Downtown Partnership Fire Inspector

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Office of Emergency Management

Deputy Commissioner Andre Bonaparte

Frank Murphy

Police Department

Department of Transportation

Luther Booze

Eddy Okoro

Department of Transportation

Maryland Transit Administration

BPD Aviation, Bomb, K-9 and SWAT Units

Kevin Plank

Frank Chapman

Department of Transportation

Terry Chenoweth

Department of Transportation

Kenny Ching

Department of Transportation

Major Milton Corbett Police Department

Michelle Diggins

MedStar Sports Medicine

Kathy Dominick

Department of Transportation

Mike Evitts

Downtown Partnership

Lt. Jerome Forrest Police Department

Susan Fortkiewicz Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Chief Marshall “Toby” Goodwin Department of Transportation

Kevin Green

Department of Transportation

Commissioner Michael Harrison Police Department

Rosalind Healy Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE

Laila Buell

Dan Macedo

Under Armour

Colleen Cole

Faith McFarlane

Muriel Rich

Anita Clayton

Dan Phelan

Kathy Corrigan

Liz Phelan

Fire Department

Toks Fashola

Pam Oliver Jones

Kelly Schulz

Paul Fedack

Baxter Smith

State of Maryland

Anne Gay-Baxter Smith

Jackie Stansbury

Laurie Schwartz

Bernie Gonzalez

Stuart White

Donna Gonzalez

Ricky Wiles

Waterfront Partnership

Kathy Gross

Tom Waite

Steve Sharkey

Jim Holland

Stuart White

Lisa Horowitz

Ricky Wiles

Department of Public Works

Steve Jones

Stan Yankellow

Dr. Matt Sedgley

Jim Kouroupis

Department of Public Works

Lt. Gerald Quarles

Waterfront Partnership

Matt Shaffer

Department of Transportation

Tonya Simmons

MedStar Sports Medicine

Andre Smith

Department of Transportation

Capt. Anthony Smith

Office of Emergency Management

CORRIGAN SPORTS ENTERPRISES STAFF

Brandon Smith Central Parking

Roy Sommerhof Baltimore Ravens

Eric Souza

Waterfront Partnership

Lee Corrigan,

Major Sam Hood

Fran Spero

Bill Hooper

Chief Charles Svehla Fire Department

Andy Bilello

Brent Hooper

Vincent Thomas

Brie Burdych

Police Department

President, Signal 13 Board of Directors

Recreation and Parks

President

Don Abramson

Parking Authority

Geron Brooks

Sean Huffman

German Vigil

Mark Clem

Sgt. Derwin Jackson

Marlon Walton

Department of Transportation

Amanda Corrigan

Tim Knight

Cortney Weinstock

Booker Corrigan

Martin Knott

Lt. Deidre Weems

Fire Department/EMS

Nathan Gears

Ryan Kuehl

Col. Richard Worley

Dave Gell

Department of Transportation MedStar Sports Medicine Police Department

Department of Transportation Signal 13 Board of Directors Under Armour

Department of Transportation

Recreation and Parks

Police Department

Edward Lee

Babatunde Yussuf

Tom Leonard

Sgt. K.C. Zellers

Department of Transportation Pickles Pub

Morgan Cook

Ryan Corrigan

Chuck Higby

Tony Incontrera Nick Kellinger Joe Kerrigan Sebastian Martinez Sadie McClelland Travis Puls Mark Ragonese Amanda Schofield Kelly Sullivan Chris Tomlinson Susan Warpinski Derek Wilson Lena Zentgraf

Department of Transportation Police Department

Michael Lucas

Department of Public Works

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KEEPING PACE

Baltimore Pacers By: Anne Lewis, Pace Group Organizer

This year is the sixteenth year of pace

pace. When you come to the start and find

groups at the Baltimore Marathon. We

your pace group, every pacer is an instant

have grown since we started in 2002 but

friend to the pace group participants and

with each year we seem to get stronger

tries to give the participant an overview

and realize more and more how important

of the course along with a boost of self-

it is to have consistent pace groups.

confidence before the race start. During the

Thanks to Corrigan Sports Enterprises,

26.2 miles, a pacer sets a consistent pace

pace participants can sign-up for a

by wearing a wristband with time splits, and

complimentary pace group, receive a pace

a GPS and/or split watch. Along the way

bracelet, and be led around Baltimore by

the pacer makes it seem easy by talking to

experienced pacers.

every person in sight, telling jokes, getting

The Baltimore Pacers are a wonderful

the crowd to cheer for their pace group,

group of diverse individuals who volunteer

and if you listen closely, some pace groups

their time and commit to pacing six months

give their pace participants an historic tour

in advance. Although pacing is a huge

of the city.

responsibility, the pacers truly enjoy giving

While all pace groups start out with

back to the running community and take

a large number of participants in the

their mission of consistent pacing seriously.

beginning, it is normal to see the pacers

Many of our pacers have paced year after

finish by themselves. The most difficult part

year. For over ten years, we have had one

of pacing is seeing participants who signed

pacer, Tonya Dunn, return to pace Baltimore

up for the group not be able to keep up

Marathon from Minnesota. Though the

with the pacer. Although it is sad to leave

majority of our pacers are from Maryland,

some behind, it is important for the pacers

we have a good number of pacers who have

to stay focused on the pace. Of course, it

learned about Baltimore Marathon pace

is very rewarding to see other participants

groups and come from far various other

leave the group because they are having a

states to pace Baltimore Marathon!

good day and finish ahead of their goal. All

On race day when the pacers come to

of the pacers hope you decide to join one

the start line with their pace group signs

of the 11 full marathon pace groups ranging

and their incredible energy, you will see

from 3:05 to 5:15. For more information,

experienced marathon pacers wearing

please go to the Pace Group page on the

their pacer shirt from 9 different states and

Baltimore Marathon website. Please look

ages from 20s to 60s. Overall, they have

for us at the expo pace group booth to

completed greater than 1000 marathons!

meet pacers and get your pacing questions

Our pace groups are responsible for

answered.

meeting a specific time goal in a consistent

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Race Descriptions BELCARA HEALTH 5K

BALTIMORE MARATHON

RACE START TIME 7:30 AM

RACE START TIME 8AM

Start Line at Light and Pratt Streets

Start line at South Paca & Camden Streets

Containing just as much fanfare as the other races, the

The 2017 course shows the great diversity of Charm City

Belcara Health 5K course promises to be flat, fast and

as runners travel through the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore,

beautiful! The Belcara Health 5K starts near the USS

charming Fells Point, Lake Montebello then concludes with

Constellation, winds its way past Federal Hill, then loops

a new epic finish at the historic Inner Harbor. The course

back up Key Highway to Charles Street and finishing

is challenging but fair and a great test for any marathoner.

on Pratt Street. Baby & jogging strollers are prohibited unless approved for medical purposes in advance by race officials.

The merge point between the marathon and half-marathon will be at Patterson Park. The half-marathon will again start at the 13.1 mile mark of the marathon course, splitting after 2/10

All 5K runners receive an Under Armour performance

mile (half marathon will have their own lane to that point) and

shirt and a finisher’s medal as part of their registration fee.

will rejoin the marathon route around mile 16. The additional 2.5 miles of separation between the courses will alleviate the “bunched up” merge point and make for a smooth transition.

CAREFIRST BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD HALF-MARATHON

Participants in the marathon will receive an Under Armour performance shirt and a finisher’s medal as part of their registration fee.

RACE TIME: 9:45AM

Start Line at Light and Pratt Streets Well received by the running community, the halfmarathon has sold out each of the last six years,

FOUR-PERSON TEAM RELAY

including this year’s field of 11,000. The half-marathon

RACE TIME: 8AM

is a great training race for any fall marathon.

Start line at South Paca & Camden Streets

The merge point between the marathon and halfmarathon

will

be

at

Patterson

Park. The

half-

marathon will again start near the 13.1-mile mark of the marathon course, splitting after 2/10 mile (half marathoners will have their own lane to that point) and will rejoin the marathon route around mile 16. The additional 2.5 miles of separation between the courses will alleviate the “bunched up” merge point and make for a smooth transition.

The Team Relay consists of four-person teams with each runner assigned a portion of the marathon course to run. Each team member will run a different leg of the route varying in length from 5.8 to 7.3 miles. Participants in the team relay will receive an Under Armour performance shirt and a finishers medal with their race registration fee. Relay Exchange Points: There are three relay exchange points on the course that can be reached via bus or your own transportation (Be aware there will be limited parking and access at each site and through the course). All buses

Participants in the half-marathon will receive an Under

leave M&T Bank Stadium at the Russell Street service road

Armour performance shirt and a finisher’s medal as part

next to the stadium. Buses will transport relay runners

of their registration fee.

back to Ravens Stadium upon completion of their relay run. BUSES ARE FOR RUNNERS ONLY. Listed on the previous page are the relay legs and bus schedule for the exchange points.

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TEAM RELAY BREAKDOWN

LEG 1 (5.7 MILES) START: S. Paca/ Camden Streets FINISH: Wyman Park Dr LEG 2 (6.4 MILES) START: Wyman Park Dr FINISH: MD Science Center Bus Departs PROMPTLY at 7:30 AM LEG 3 (6.7 MILES) START: MD Science Center FINISH: Clifton Park NO BUS—within walking distance from Ravens Stadium LEG 4 (7.4 MILES) START: Clifton Park FINISH: Pratt Street/Inner Harbor Bus Departs PROMPTLY at 8:30 AM

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Street Directions START – CORNER OF S. PACA ST & CAMDEN

• Turn RIGHT to stay on Point St

• Proceed north on Paca St

• Turn LEFT onto S. Caroline St

• Paca St to LEFT onto McCulloh

• Turn RIGHT on Aliceanna St

• McCulloh turns into Druid Hill Ave/Swan Drive

• Aliceanna St to end – slight RIGHT on Boston St

• RIGHT onto Greenspring Ave

• Boston St (AGAINST TRAFFIC) to LEFT on

• RIGHT onto Beechwood Dr • Enter Zoo on Safari Place • Continue through Zoo on Buffalo Yard Rd and around the back road of the Penguin Exhibit • Exit Zoo LEFT onto Mansion House Dr (Caution: Uneven Road)

Lakewood to LEFT on O’Donnell St • O’Donnell St to LEFT on Linwood Ave (Caution: Merge with Half Marathon after crossing Eastern Ave) • Linwood Ave to LEFT on Madison • Madison to RIGHT on Washington

• LEFT onto East Dr (Caution: Speed Humps)

• Slight RIGHT onto St. Lo Dr.

• East Dr turns into Wyman Park Dr. as you are

• St. Lo Dr. to RIGHT on Harford Rd.

exiting Druid Hill Park • Continue on Wyman Park Dr (Crossing over Remington Ave) • Turn RIGHT onto San Martin Dr • Turn RIGHT on Wyman Park Dr (Becomes Howard St) • Howard St to LEFT onto 28th St • 28th St to RIGHT onto St Paul St

• Harford Rd. to LEFT on Hillen Rd. • Hillen Rd. to RIGHT on 33rd St. • 33rd St. to Lake Montebello and run around lake counter clockwise. • Exit Lake Montebello at 33rd St. • Turn RIGHT on Hillen Road after exiting Lake Montebello • Turnaround on Hillen Road at median at

• St Paul St turns into Light St

entrance to MERVO High School athletic fields

• Turn LEFT onto Key Highway

and head south towards 33rd St

• Continue on Key Highway Extension

• RIGHT on 33rd St

• TURNAROUND on Key Highway Extension at

• 33rd St. to LEFT on Guilford Ave.

Under Armour Campus

• Guilford Ave. to RIGHT on 29th St.

• Key Highway Extension turns into Key Highway

• 29th St. to LEFT on Maryland Ave

• Key Highway RIGHT onto Light St

• Slight RIGHT to stay on Cathedral St

• Light St to RIGHT on Pratt St.

• Cathedral St becomes Liberty St after

• Pratt St to RIGHT on President • President St to circle and bear right around circle to LEFT on Lancaster St (Caution: Cobblestones)

crossing Saratoga • Liberty St becomes Hopkins Place after crossing Baltimore St • LEFT on Pratt St

• Lancaster St RIGHT over Central Ave bridge

FINISH ON PRATT ST BETWEEN CHARLES

• Turn LEFT onto Point St through Harbor Point

AND LIGHT ST (IN FRONT OF KONA GRILL)

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Street Directions START – INTERSECTION OF LIGHT AND PRATT STREET GOING NORTH. (MCKELDIN SQUARE) • Light St. turns into to Calvert St. • Calvert St. to RIGHT on Fayette St. • Fayette St. to RIGHT on President St (Southbound) • President St to LEFT on Baltimore St • Baltimore St to RIGHT on Patterson Park Ave • Patterson Park Ave. to LEFT on Eastern Ave. • Eastern Ave. to LEFT on Linwood Ave. • Linwood Ave. to LEFT on Madison St • Madison to RIGHT on Washington St • Turn RIGHT on St Lo Dr • St. Lo Dr. to RIGHT on Harford Rd. • Harford Rd. to LEFT on Hillen Rd. • Hillen Rd. to RIGHT on 33rd St. • 33rd St. to Lake Montebello and run around lake counter clockwise. • Exit Lake Montebello at 33rd St. • Turn RIGHT on Hillen Road after exiting Lake Montebello • Turnaround on Hillen Road and head south towards 33rd St • RIGHT on 33rd St • 33rd St. to LEFT on Guilford Ave. • Guilford Ave. to RIGHT on 29th St. • 29th St. to LEFT on Maryland Ave • Slight RIGHT to stay on Cathedral St • Cathedral St becomes Liberty St after crossing Saratoga • Liberty St becomes Hopkins Place after crossing Baltimore St • LEFT on Pratt St

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Street Directions START –INTERSECTION OF LIGHT AND PRATT STREET GOING SOUTH. (MCKELDIN SQUARE) Note – Runners will be in the northbound lanes of Light St, running south • •

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Light St to LEFT On Key Highway Turnaround (Clockwise) on Key Highway at the island just before the BP Gas Station/ 7-11 Store Follow Key Hwy back north, passing Rash Field and the MD Science Center Continue straight onto Hughes St RIGHT on Charles St RIGHT on Pratt St

FINISH ON PRATT ST BETWEEN CHARLES AND LIGHT ST (IN FRONT OF KONA GRILL)

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In 1971 The Doors released “LA Woman,” Baltimore who became America’s greatest spy of WWII.

Mirrors”—the story of Virginia Hall, the disabled woman from

Craig Gralley is a freelance writer and the author of “Hall of

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“Everyone chases something. Some chase women, some chase money, and some chase personal running records.” before running became fashionable. If someone

the Baltimore Colts defeated the Dallas

was running down the street in a pair of shorts,

Cowboys in Superbowl V, and Bob Gralley, age

it’d be, ‘What’s the matter with that guy?’”

45, laced up his first pair of running shoes. This October 19th, my dad, now age 93, will

Running competitively for almost 50 years it seems like dad has always been that guy, the

be competing in the half marathon and his 17th

jogger, but growing up it was never his sport.

Baltimore Running Festival. It’s a special event;

Raised in Severna Park, dad built sailboats

a homecoming celebration in Baltimore, and if

with his father and raced them on the Severn

all goes as planned, three generations of our

River. He played for the 1943 University of

family will cross the line, with dad, the Festival’s

Maryland basketball team before enlisting in

oldest finisher.

the Navy, serving in the Pacific in WWII. When

The thick black binder on the top shelf his

he returned home from the war, mom and dad

trophy room tells the story: Running in all the

started a family, eventually raising three kids.

elements and over nearly five-decades, dad has

They moved from the Baltimore area and my

logged over 55,000 miles—twice the distance

father began climbing the corporate ladder in

around the globe. But he’s modest about his

New York City.

accomplishments. “I started in the early days

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The doctor said dad’s cholesterol was high,


and knowing his family had a history of heart

and began beating him, we started teasing

80. I’m the old guy.” The crowd along the way

disease, he started an exercise program. He

each other about who was the better runner.

was fantastic—responsive and enthusiastic in

began a slow jog on the streets of suburban

Predictably, he would point to his PR and tell

cheering us on. We passed a crowd of young

Westport, Connecticut and eventually found

me I had no reason to crow until I held the

runners and laughed when we heard a voice

other like-minded runners. A camaraderie

family record.

cry out, “I can’t believe that old guy is kicking

developed and before long a group of fifteen

When dad began to slow, he resorted to

my butt!”

sweaty men would show up in our basement

good-natured trickery to stay on top. Toward

on Saturday morning to laugh and drink ice tea

the end of our 20-mile training runs, he would

spirit flared again on the streets of Baltimore.

after a five-to-ten-mile run.

try to fool me by pulling up lame or throwing

As usual, he gave me a few Tylenol before the

my hat into the woods so he could sprint

race to ease the pain, and fed me a couple

Westport Athletic Club and though it was a

ahead and finish first. Once when I was aching

more at mile 10. I was sluggish like never before.

loose-knit group dedicated to having fun, they

and loopy after a 15-mile run, he bent over my

It was like running in mud; I yawned at mile 12.

pushed each other hard, began to ratchet up

feet to help tie my shoe laces. He knotted the

He looked surprisingly fresh and took a special

the miles, and entered competitive long-

long laces to both shoes together and dashed

glee in stepping over the finish line just before

distance runs. Dad’s first was the 1975 New York

ahead. It became a running gag. Each time

me. On the ride home he confessed, said it was

City Marathon. He competed against 500 other

we went out for a long run I knew he’d try to

an accident, he didn’t intend to give me Tylenol

runners and ran a loop around Central Park. The

trick me, but somehow I’d always fall for it.

PM at the critical junctures of the race. But I

race now covers the city’s five boroughs and

Afterwards, we’d laugh hard and collapse into

knew better. Even in his 80s, dad was looking

draws over 50,000 contestants.

each other’s arms.

for the edge.

They called themselves, jokingly, the

My father never pushed me to run but I

When mom and dad reached their mid-70s

A few years later, my father’s competitive

Over the decades of father-son rivalry,

saw the fun he was having and it inspired me

they moved back to Maryland and it seemed

the love of the race has been transformed

to think that maybe I could get into shape by

their lives traveled full circle. Mom, always a

into a love for the run. The Baltimore Running

running, too. It was 1982 and as an incentive,

great supporter of dad’s running, cheered him

Festival has become a joy-filled family event.

he offered to buy me a pair of running shoes if

on, prepared pasta meals before big races,

My brother, Kevin, and his daughter, Sara—also

I ran 50 miles in a month. I took the challenge

and offered moral support. And even though

from the Baltimore area—are running, too.

and got the shoes. I’ve been running ever since.

dad continued to slow he didn’t complain.

Sara’s the fast one among us now, but she

“Somehow, the older I get, the slower I get,” he

holds back so all three generations can cross

“Some chase women, some chase money, and

would say. He knew the days of personal bests

the finish line together. We look out for each

some chase personal running records.” He trained

were behind him but he still loved to compete.

other—help dad to stay on track and hydrated,

hard and often, and always pursued his personal

But now our roles had reversed: I gladly

just as he helped me nearly 40 years ago.

running best. Dad got it in 1982 at age 56. He ran

sacrificed my running times to run with my dad.

“Everyone chases something,” dad would say.

3:04:26 in Boston and then to prove it wasn’t

We both jumped at the opportunity to

One of the greatest joys of my life has been the opportunity to run with my father these

a fluke, he ran that exact time the same year in

run through the streets of Baltimore when

past 37 years. Our relationship has deepened

New York. In those days, there wasn’t a computer

the Running Festival started in 2001. It was

and matured. He’s never one to preach but

chip to measure individual performance; it took

a homecoming for dad and having returned

through his quiet example I’ve learned the

five-to-seven minutes to cross the starting line.

to the Baltimore area, it gave him a sense of

importance of having the right attitude

Pushing 60 years of age, he would have been a

completion. Since its beginning, we’ve run in

toward the aches and pains of life. Now in the

sub-three-hour marathoner.

nearly every Baltimore Running Festival. But

twilight of his life and running career, dad has

when he reached 78, the full 26.2 miles became

become an inspiration not only to our family

his own time to help me through the pain of my

too much so we switched to the Festival’s half

but to many people in the Baltimore area. His

first marathon. It was 1984 and the temperature

marathon. It became our much-anticipated

message is simple: “You’re never too old to get

was close to 80 degrees at race time in New

yearly event.

up and start an exercise program.”

My dad is a competitive guy but he sacrificed

York City. The heat rising from the pavement

“You training for Baltimore?” dad would

I never did beat dad’s record of 3:04:26,

was unbearable and all around, runners were

ask each Sunday I called. “I don’t want to have

and at 63 it’s unlikely I ever will. But that

dropping out. But dad kept giving me cups of

to drag you over the line again.” We’d both

doesn’t matter. These runs sponsored by the

water to drink and douse my head, and he slowed

laugh. It seemed that advancing age hadn’t

Baltimore Running Festival are pure gold. And

his pace to run with me. Though he could run

dimmed his competitive spirit. When he turned

our family knows, it’s much more fun to run

much faster than I, we crossed the line together,

80 in 2006, I made tee-shirts for our Baltimore

with dad than against him.

our hands clasped overhead in victory.

run. Mine read, “I’m running with the old guy,”

But naturally, as I improved my time

with an arrow pointing to dad. His read, “I’m

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2019 Expo/Race Day Transportation & Parking PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO THE FESTIVAL The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) encourages all attendees, particularly half-marathoners, to be mindful of parking and road closures & make public transportation your choice for getting to the festival on expo days as well as race day.

turn at Hamburg Street. Yield right into parking lot entrance just before the bridge. LOT H: Turn left turn at Ostend Street. Turn right on Sharp Street. Lot H is on your left. FROM THE SOUTH - I-95 North to Hanover Street exit 54. At bottom of ramp proceed south on Hanover Street (stay in the right lane). Make a right onto the access road just before the Cromwell Street light. At Cromwell Street light, make a left onto northbound Hanover Street.

On race day, roadways around town and near the stadium will be

LOTS F&G: Left turn at Hamburg Street. Yield right into parking lot

closed prior to 8am for the marathon & relay start. This will be further

entrance just before the bridge. LOT H: Left turn at Ostend Street. Turn

complicated by the half-marathon start at 9:45am. Light Rail will

right on Sharp Street. Lot on your left.

deliver riders to the festival, and provides free parking where parking is

FROM DOWNTOWN – LOT F&G: Take Charles Street south and turn

available. The Light Rail system will run every 15 min. beginning at 6 am

right on Hamburg Street. Yield right into parking lot entrance just before

coming South from Hunt Valley (53 min. ride) to the stadium and at 4:52

the bridge. LOT H: Light Street South**. Continue straight on Light St. at

am coming North from Cromwell (33 min. ride) to the stadiums. Runners

Key Hwy turn lanes. Turn right onto Ostend. Turn right on Sharp Street.

should exit from the Camden Yards stop for easy access to the start/

Parking lot is on your left. . (** Light St. closes to all traffic at 8am) .

finish and the expo.

LOTS K&L- OPENS AT 5:30 AM ON RACE DAY

LIGHT RAIL on the expo days is a great way to make a trial run as you prepare for race day travel. Eliminate some race day stress as you figure

FROM 1-95 NORTH OR SOUTH - Exit 53 (I-395), stay left on MLK Blvd. Turn left onto Washington Blvd. Turn left onto Scott St. Turn left onto

out where to park and estimate the travel time from your door to the

Hamburg St. Lot K&L is on the right.

Hamburg St. stop.

FROM DOWNTOWN - Take Russell Street south and turn right at

METRO SUBWAY may also be an option for some travelers.

Hamburg Street. Lot K&L is on the right.

Weekday/Weekend North Bound and South Bound. Please check MTA’s website for the most up to date schedule.

LOTS M, N, O, MM, NN- OPENS AT 5:30 AM ON RACE DAY FROM I-95, NORTH AND SOUTH - Exit 53 (I-395). Take MLK, Jr. Blvd.

SCHEDULES: http://mta.maryland.gov/light-rail

Left onto Washington Blvd. Left onto Scott Street. Left onto Hamburg

LIGHT RAIL MAP: http://mta.maryland.gov/light-rail

Street. Right onto Paca Street. Enter Lot M at Paca and West; Lot N, MM

LIGHT RAIL STATION AND PARKING INFORMATION:

& NN at Ridgely & West; Lot O at Paca & Ostend.

http://mta.maryland.gov/light-rail-stationparking-info

FROM THE SOUTH - I-95 North to Exit 52 Russell St. Turn right onto

We suggest all runners arrive 90 minutes prior to the start of their race.

Haines St. and then left onto Warner St. Turn left onto Ostend St. and

If you choose not to ride MTA on race day, you will want to arrive by

right onto Ridgely St. Enter Lot M at Paca and West; Lot N, MM & NN at

6:30am regardless of the race you are running.

Ridgely & West; Lot O at Paca & Ostend. FROM DOWNTOWN - Russell Street South (right lane). Veer right onto the Russell Street Service Drive (immediately AFTER Hamburg Street

SCHEDULES AND FARES

near ABC Rental). Right onto West Street. Enter Lot M at Paca and West; Lot N, MM & NN at Ridgely & West; Lot O at Paca & Ostend.

DAY PASSES: Regular fare $4.20; senior fare $2.10. Day passes are valid for unlimited travel on Light Rail and other MTA services on the date purchased until 3:00am the following day. Fares can be purchased with cash, credit or CharmCard at all Light Rail stations.

NOTE: Lot J is closed this year due to contruction projects in that area.

EXPO PARKING & SHUTTLE We encourage all runners to use the Light Rail on both expo days and

DIRECTIONS TO STADIUM LOTS

race day. However, we offer FREE expo parking and roundtrip shuttle service in lots F, G & H.

LOTS A, B, C - OPENS AT 5:30 AM ON RACE DAY FROM THE NORTH AND SOUTH - from I-95 take Exit 53 (I-395) to MLK Blvd./Russell Street (Right Lane). Take the first exit on the right (Russell Street-follow lighted sign). At the bottom of the ramp make a left (onto Lee Street/ Ripken Way) to the entrance of Lot A or B or turn right to the entrance C. FROM DOWNTOWN - Take Howard Street South; make a right turn at Conway Street (near Camden Warehouse). Proceed down the service road to the entrance to Lot C or turn right to the Entrance of Lot A or B .

SHUTTLE HOURS: Thursday, Oct. 18: 2:30pm-8:30pm; Fri. Oct. 19: 11:30am-9:30pm.

RACE DAY PARKING Parking is FREE in lots A, B, C, F, G, H, K, L, M, N, O, MM & NN. Paid lots in various locations throughout the city. You can view an interactive map of downtown parking options here: http://baltimore.org/maps

LOTS F,G & H- OPENS AT 5:30 AM ON RACE DAY FROM THE NORTH - I-95 South to Key Highway exit 55 immediately after the tunnel. At end of ramp proceed straight ahead onto

The stadium parking lots have filled up the past several years.

McCommas Street. Turn right at Hanover Street. LOTS F&G: Turn Left

Please arrive early to ensure your parking spot or take light rail.

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The Health & Fitness Expo will be back

know your bib number when you arrive

at the Baltimore Convention Center

at the expo. You will have to know this

(Entrance at CORNER OF CHARLES &

when you go to STEP 2 to pick up your

PRATT STREETS) for the 17th Annual

Race Bib. We will have lookup stations at

Baltimore Running Festival. The expo will

the expo if you forget your bib number or

be held on October 17-18, 2019 (Thursday

if you need any help troubleshooting the

& Friday).

bib retrieval process.

The Health & Fitness Expo is open to

FREE parking for expo days is

the public and FREE of charge. You don’t

available in lots F, G and H adjacent to the

have to be participating in the event to

stadium. We will have a free round-trip

browse all the great wares that will be

shuttle from these lots to the Convention

on display. You will find great prices on

Center for the expo.

shoes, apparel, active gear and health

Upon arrival at the Health & Fitness

care products – items you can use even if

Expo, runners can find great prices on

you’re not a runner.

shoes, apparel, active gear, nutritional

The two-day Health & Fitness Expo

supplements and running goodies in

location also serves as the pick-up point

addition to exhibits and other information

for the runners’ race packets. Runners

on health care products and programs.

must pace through the expo area to pick-

PICK UP FOR A FRIEND: You may pick

up their race shirt and race bib. The expo

up the race packet for ONE (and only

is free and open to the general public.

one) other runner ONLY IF you have

On Monday, October 14th we will

a copy of their e-registration and a

send you an e-mail that contains your

copy of their photo ID. Relay Captains

assigned bib number. Please print out

may pick up for their entire team with

this e-mail and bring it with you to the

proper documentation. You will need to

expo. THIS IS DIFFERENT THAN YOUR

coordinate getting the e-registration &

CONFIRMATION EMAIL YOU RECEIVED

ID from the other runners. The race staff

WHEN YOU ORIGINALLY REGISTERED.

WILL NOT be able to provide access to

As a green option, you may show your e-mail and bib # on your cell phone

e-registration card information of runners who are not present.

screen or other smart device. Please

All runners must attend the expo to pick up their race packets. There will be no race day packet pick up.

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2018 Baltimore Running Festival Recap JEFFERY REDFERN, 35, from Washington D.C.,

MARATHON RESULTS

claimed a marathon victory by taking the 2018 Baltimore Marathon title with a time of 2 hours,

MEN’S DIVISION

30 minutes, 26 seconds. Redfern, an attorney in Washington, overtook the lead from eventual second

Name

Time

Hometown

place finisher Tyler Muse at Druid Hill Park and never

1. Jeffrey Redfern

2:30:26

Washington D.C.

looked back. Redfern pushed that lead up five

2. Tyler Muse

2:35:55

Bel Air

3. Jeremy Ardanuy

2:40:51

Baltimore

JULIA ROMAN-DUVAL, 36, from Columbia, took

4. Ghee Statham

2:41:43

Burtonsville

home the women’s marathon title by beating

5. Evan Neubauer

2:42:08

Dubuque

6. Michael Wardian

2:43:25

Arlington

7. Stephen Gomez

2:44:54

Brookklyn

then claimed the lead about an hour into the race.

8. Matthew Bender

2:46:30

Baltimore

Roman-Duval used this race as a tune-up for the

9. Matthew Sarge

2:47:08

Washinton D.C.

10. Jason Tripp

2:47:43

Ellicott City

minutes as he crossed the finish line.

the second-place finisher by eleven minutes. The astrophysicist was took it slow for the first six miles, keeping pace with one of her running partners, but

USATF National Championship on Dec. 2nd. ECONOMIC IMPACT: The 2018 Baltimore Running Festival generated an estimated $40 million in

WOMEN’S DIVISION

economic impact according to a recent study by RESI, an economic research and consulting firm

Name

Time

attracted nearly 23,000 runners from 50 states and

1. Julia Roman-Duval

2:47:42

Columbia

17 foreign countries.

2. Dahlia Rohm

2:58:36

Baltimore

3. Jaclyn Schuerholz

3:08:55

Baltimore

4. Shannon Pyles

3:12:09

Baltimore

million. Kennedy Krieger Institute, Roland Park

5. Cheryl Jeseritz

3:12:12

Savage

Annual Fund, Athletes Serving Athletes, University

6. Patricia Walsh

3:13:27

Severn

7. Anna Wenzel

3:13:53

Baltimore

$12 million total has been raised for charity since the

8. Lydia Imperiale

3:13:54

Glenside

Running Festival’s inaugural year in 2001.

9. Katie Yensen

3:14:13

Washinton D.C.

10. Brittany Moriarty

3:14:23

Brighton

located at Towson University. The 18th annual event

CHARITY: The single-year charitable estimated proceeds generated by the event surpassed $1

of Maryland Shock Trauma and Pacing 4 Parkinson’s are some of the area’s benefiting charities. More than

Hometown

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Baltimore Running Festival All-Time Records: Top 10 Year Name Age Time

Year Name Age Time

MEN’S MARATHON

MEN’S HALF MARATHON

2008 2008 2012 2012 2010 2010 2010 2008 2012 2009

Julius Keter Tekeste Kebede Stephen Muange Tesfaye Alemayehu David Rutoh Juan Cardona Kennedy Kemei Christopher Kipkering Ernest Kebenei Alphonce Yatich

19 29 31 28 24 36 32 24 27 25

2:11:56 2:13:00 2:13:08 2:13:11 2:13:11 2:13:29 2:13:43 2:13:44 2:13:50 2:14:04

34 37 33 25 33 29 30 21 24 25 30

2:29:11 2:29:57 2:31:10 2:32:09 2:32:17 2:32:53 2:34:10 2:35:44 2:35:45 2:38:46 2:38:46

WOMEN’S MARATHON 2011 2011 2011 2009 2010 2011 2011 2006 2009 2012 2012

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Olena Shurkhno Liudmila Biktasheva Hellen Kimatai Iuliia Arkipova Olena Shurkhno Natalia Soklova Everlyne Lagat Rima Dubovik Tatiana Pushkareva Elfheshe Yado Malika Mejdoub

2006 2008 2007 2007 2008 2009 2014 2009 2009 2017

Valentine Orare Girma Tolla Girma Tolla Worku Beyi Worku Beyi John Crews Nick Arciniaga Joel Mwaura Grigoriy Andreev Matt Jablonski

28 32 31 20 21 25 25 26 33 24

1:03:44 1:04:23 1:04:27 1:04:34 1:05:24 1:07:24 1:07:46 1:08:05 1:08:37 1:08:50

20 19 38 28 21 22 25 24 23 32

1:13:14 1:14:45 1:15:17 1:16:54 1:16:56 1:17:03 1:18:09 1:18:28 1:18:30 1:18:39

WOMEN’S HALF MARATHON 2008 2007 2009 2007 2008 2007 2008 2007 2012 2007

Belainesh Gebre Belainesh Zemedkun Kayoko Obata Nadezhda Trilinskaya Buzunesh Deba Maria Busienei Phebe Ko Atalelech Ketema Katie Hursey Tara Wojciechowski

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Past Champions Year Name Time

Year Name Time

MEN’S MARATHON

MEN’S HALF MARATHON

2001 Luka Cherono 2:19:44 2002 Erick Kimayo 2:17:43 2003 Erick Kimayo 2:18:40 2004 John Itati 2:14:51 2005 Mykola Antonenko 2:15:40 2006 Yirefu Birhanu 2:16:26 2007 John Itati 2:16:24 2008 Julius Keter* 2:11:56 2009 Alphonce Yatich 2:14:04 2010 David Rutoh 2:13:11 2011 Stephen Muange 2:15:16 2012 Stephen Muange 2:13:08 2013 Dave Berdan 2:30:06 2014 Brian Rosenberg 2:33:27 2015 Dave Berdan 2:30:22 2016 Patrick Hearn 2:26:19 2017 Jordan Tropf 2:29:06 2018 Jeffrey Redfern 2:30:26

2003 Gabriel Muchiri 1:06:55 2004 Haji Abdrrahim 1:03:45 2005 Samual Ndereba 1:06:11 2006 Valentine Orare* 1:03:44 2007 Girma Tolla 1:04:27 2008 Girma Tolla 1:04:23 2009 John Crews 1:07:24 2010 Sean Sharpe 1:14:51 2011 Habib Ettarfaoui 1:11:59 2012 Nate Brigham 1:11:39 2013 Stephen Febish 1:11:49 2014 Nick Arciniaga 1:07:46 2015 Matt Jablonski 1:09:13 2016 Dustin Whitlow 1:13:29 2017 Matt Jablonski 1:08:50 2018 Sven Schenk 1:12:52

WOMEN’S MARATHON 2001 Elvira Kolpakova 2:52:08 2002 Elvira Kolpakova 2:50:00 2003 Elvira Kolpakova 2:48:49 2004 Ramilia Burangulova 2:40:21 2005 Ramilia Burangulova 2:42:00 2006 Rima Dubovik 2:35:45 2007 Gladys Asiba 2:36:27 2008 Maria Portilla 2:36:32 2009 Iulia Arkipova 2:32:09 2010 Olena Shurkhno 2:32:17 2011 Olena Shurkhno* 2:29:11 2012 Elfheshe Yado 2:38:46 2013 Elizabeth Perry 2:58:01 2014 Alex Wang 2:58:41 2015 Caitlin Gaughan 2:58:13 2016 Caitlyn Tateishi 2:55:42 2017 Silvia Baag 2:58:36 2018 Julia Roman-Duval 2:47:42

WOMEN’S HALF MARATHON 2003 Dorota Gruca 1:20:52 2004 Silvia Skvortsova 1:15:30 2005 Natalya Berkut 1:15:12 2006 Lyubov Denisova 1:15:13 2007 Belainesh Zemedkun 1:14:45 2008 Belainesh Gebre* 1:13:14 2009 Kayoko Obata 1:15:17 2010 Mary Kelly 1:27:03 2011 Katrin Kreil 1:24:07 2012 Katie Hursey 1:18:30 2013 Jen Ecker 1:25:34 2014 Julia Roman-Duval 1:20:54 2015 Jennifer Ecker 1:23:34 2016 Brenda Hodge 1:26:54 2017 Jennifer Paul 1:23:46 2017 Yiou Wang 1:20:29 *EVENT RECORD

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2018 Age Group Winners Division

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Name

Division

Name

Division

Name

WOMEN’S MARATHON

WOMEN’S HALF MARATHON

WOMEN’S 5K

Masters

Patricia Walsh

Masters

Julia Deanehan

Masters

Jill Marie Kenyon

19U

Jessica Meek

16U

Elle Thurneysen

16U

Nia Warren

20-24

Stephanie Jones

17-19

Chrissy Smith

17-19

Julia Hatmaker

25-29

Anna Wenzel

20-24

Chelsea Vane

20-24

Shelby Shrader

30-34

Shannon Pyles

25-29

Cody Mezebish

25-29

Brittany Williams

35-39

Cheryl Jeseritz

30-34

Hallie Fox

30-34

Samantha Barczak

40-44

Lydia Imperiale

35-39

Silvia Baage

35-39

Lindsay Pickett

45-49

Bobbi Baur

40-44

Kristin Blanck

40-44

Julianne Haciski

50-54

Deb Taylor

45-49

Linda Mcshane

45-49

Eliza Greer

55-59

Bridgett Frary

50-54

Carol Ernst

50-54

Tammy Liu

60-64

Julie Winkler

55-59

Anne Haseman

55-59

Susan Kim

65-69

Zohreh Ghaffarian

60-64

Margaret Pontani

60-64

Julianne Johnson

70-74

Marian Loftin

65-69

Maria Shields

65-69

Sherry Hart

Wheelchair Rim

Natalia Barnes

70-74

Candy Cheung

70-74

Patsy Hall

Wheelchair Crank Heather Neish

75+

Joyce Redd

F/75+

Pearl Deaniello

MEN’S MARATHON

MEN’S HALF MARATHON

MEN’S 5K

Masters

Michael Wardian

Masters

Brendan Lilley

Masters

Jicheng Liu

19U

Logan Thomas

16U

Zack Dobson

16U

Jackson Waller

20-24

Stephen Gomez

17-19

Adam Conklin

17-19

Varun Mishra

25-29

Ghee Statham

20-24

Seth Kolosso

20-24

Chris Steenkamer

30-34

Matthew Bender

25-29

Cody Reed

25-29

Jordan Acton

35-39

Micah Mohler

30-34

Dustin Wernicke

30-34

Eric Nash

40-44

Ariel Laguilles

35-39

R. Adam Callaway

35-39

Dhruv Sud

45-49

Jason Tripp

40-44

Shawn Pinamonti

40-44

Samuel Lomax

50-54

David Phipps

45-49

Charles Edwards

45-49

Sean Hicks

55-59

Emery Ford

50-54

Sheldon Degenhardt

50-54

Jonathan Ziegler

60-64

Maurice Pointer

55-59

David Kittredge

55-59

Dave Berardi

65-69

Wendell Kalehua

60-64

Kenneth Olsho

60-64

Mark Smith

70-74

Lee Crumbaugh

65-69

James Rogers

65-69

Maxwell Brooks

75+

Mikhail Bouzoukashvili

70-74

James Borowski

70-74

Joe Flynn

Wheelchair Rim

Jerry Sersen

75-79

Bruce Auerbach

75+

Edwin Simmons

90+

Bob Gralley

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11 Medal Club This group of runners participated in the Delaware Running Festival, Frederick Running Festival, Baltimore 10 miler and Baltimore Running Festival this year. By running in every event, and the Nut Job and Baltimoron challenges, they earned 11 total medals from Corrigan Sports’ 2019 signature east coast events. That’s 4 events, 6 distances/races plus bonus medals for the Nut Job, Baltimoron, BFD, Maryland Double and King Crab Challenges. Congratulations on your impressive achievement!

Name

Hometown

Evelyn Robinson

Waterford, CT

Edwin Rodriguez

College Park, MD

Michael Scheuermann

Aberdeen, MD

Andrew Schwartz

Belmont, MA

Greg Spinello

Lewisburg , PA

Sarah Stains

Waynesboro, PA

Gina Stordahl

Laurel, MD

Lori Tascione

Magnola, DE

Gene Turchetti

Conshohocken, PA

DJ Van Bourgondien

Easton, MD

Justin Van Hassel

Gambrills, MD

Trisha Vargo

Glenwood, MD

Terrence Vasser

Bolingbrook, IL

Allan Wilder Vianna Vallejos

Sterling, VA

Derek Wagner

Aberdeen, MD

Amanda Whitehead

Annapolis, MD

Ryan Woods

Glen Burnie, MD

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