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FORERUNNERS JANUARY 2006 RACE RESULTS

NEW YEARS 10KM & 5KM                                   January 1, 2006
Pizzo Elementary School      USF Campus/Tampa, Florida

No PRs on this course that covered the hills of USF. All were 1st in their age groups .. both races!
61 male and 42 female finishers in the 10KM.
85 male and 54 female finishers in the 5KM.

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Louis Rufo

23

33

:

29

/

5

:

23.3

LTZ

FL

Jacki Wachtel

26

37

:

51

/

6

:

05.5

T.SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

33

:

31

/

6

:

06.8

1M35

5

Duncan Cameron

63

41

:

42

/

6

:

42.6

1M60

9

Chung Yoo

66

47

:

20

/

7

:

37.0

1M65

21

Pamela McCann

39

47

:

51

/

7

:

42.0

1F35

6

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Kevin Lyons

20

15

:

19

/

4

:

55.8

LTZ

FL

Brigithe Moreno

15

19

:

16

/

6

:

12.1

T.SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kim Bruce-Bumbul

42

20

:

57

/

6

:

44.6

1M35

4

Pamela McCann

39

24

:

56

/

8

:

01.5

1F35

5

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Bumbul

41

18

:

28

/

5

:

56.6

1M40

11

Hunter McCann

9

25

:

04

/

8

:

04.1

1U11

48

DISNEY 1/2 MARATHON                                       January 7, 2006
Epcot Center       Buena Vista, Florida

A cold and windy day for our four guys who participated in their first of two big events this weekend. Both winners of the half were from Rochester, MI
No PRs for our "Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge" guys as was the plan. Go out easy on the first day and hang on the next when marathon morning starts at 3:10AM!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Josh Eberly

25

1

:

08

:

12

/

5

:

12.2

RCR

MI

Melissa White

24

1

:

18

:

33

/

5

:

59.5

RCR

MI

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim McDannel

36

2

:

04

:

09

/

9

:

28.2

244A

Chris Coleman

42

2

:

04

:

10

/

9

:

28.3

234A

David Geldbart

45

2

:

09

:

20

/

9

:

52.0

215A

Walt Davin

64

2

:

19

:

08

/

10

:

36.8

48AG

DISNEY MARATHON                                              January 8, 2006
Epcot Center        Buena Vista, Florida

On a cold but windless day, the male winner claimed his fourth win at Disney. The first female was running her first ever race at the distance.
Mary Ann served as a fine member of Florida's Finest this year for the first time finishing third overall. Kris paced her close friend Shawn to a PR/Boston qualifier and chose to not wear her chip since she was soley in support mode. Friend Jennifer PR'd too! Lori Joyce got an automatic PR and joined the ranks of the "one in a million" club by completing her first marathon congrats!
Mike led our men in with a PR for himself and also won his age group and would have won the Grand Master (50+) if one was awarded. Jim bettered his last year's marathon debut in this event by a whopping fourty five minutes and 25 seconds ... and he was one of the Goofy guys!
Coach is notable in his absence from these results as he has been training to break the three hour mark in a Florida marathon and had planned to do it here. Well guess what he got the virus and bronchial troubles that has been afflicting lots of folks lately. It happens to us all ... and there are other opportunities ... stay tuned for the next chapter!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Adriano Bastos

27

2

:

19

:

43

/

5

:

19.7

BZL

Paige Higgins

23

2

:

51

:

35

/

6

:

32.7

LTL

CO

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

49

3

:

00

:

38

/

6

:

53.4

3 OA

3

Shawn Woodworth

37

3

:

41

:

19

/

8

:

26.5

Y

26AG

Kristine Cox

40

3

:

41

:

19

/

8

:

26.5

NC

Jennifer Willis

36

3

:

55

:

__

/

8

:

58._

Y

__AG

Paula Didham

49

4

:

05

:

45

/

9

:

22.4

29AG

Lori Joyce

37

4

:

10

:

48

/

9

:

34.0

Y

105A

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Coyne

55

2

:

55

:

04

/

6

:

40.6

Y

4M55

35

Jim McDannel

36

3

:

52

:

37

/

8

:

52.3

Y

186A

Chris Coleman

42

3

:

59

:

47

/

9

:

08.7

237A

Wes Livingston

49

4

:

31

:

21

/

10

:

21.0

Walt Davin

64

4

:

37

:

47

/

10

:

35.7

29AG

David Geldbart

45

5

:

13

:

10

/

11

:

56.7

497A

DISNEY RACE & A HALF                              January 7 & 8, 2006
The "Goofy Challenge"
Epcot Center       Buena Vista, Florida

This event intrigued the guys. So far, the overall winners and any age group award structure has not been revealed. Surely there was someone keeping track!
All participants got a special shirt plus the dri fit ones that the other marathoners and halfers got plus more commemerative goodies as a reminder of their adventure.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

?

__

_

:

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

___

__

?

__

_

:

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

___

__

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim McDannel

36

5

:

56

:

46

/

9

:

04.3

Y

Chris Coleman

42

6

:

03

:

57

/

9

:

15.3

Y

Walt Davin

64

6

:

56

:

55

/

10

:

36.1

Y

David Geldbart

45

7

:

22

:

30

/

11

:

15.1

Y

ST PETE BEACH CLASSIC 5KM & 10KM      January 14, 2006
County Beach Park       St Pete Bch, Florida

The event went well this year except for something that can't be put on a checklist to control inclement weather! All racers faced sporadic cold rain and a relentless wind on this day. Some faced the harsh conditions better than others. None claimed the headwind as a friend but a few in both races did acknowledge the help from that mighty tailwind in their race effort. The path was well worn to the awards stand by our ranks.
In her first 5 KM race back after a nasty groin injury, Christine did the unimaginable - she PR'd! In the 10KM, Christy ran 3 seconds faster than last year and moved from 5th to 4th overall. Jon Wilson somehow managed to equal his time from last year and moved from 9th place in the wrong end of the 55-59 division to 2nd in his new senior masters age division. Marcia Horan, strong from her marathon training PR'd and was 5th in the wrong end of her age group. Lyndy Jennings also PR'd for her first 10K ever! She ran out of time to pick up her chip so is reported only in our results. Tom Wells ran with daughters Katie and Lizzie bringing them in at 1 2 in their age division.
238 male, 236 female finishers in the 5KM.
260 male, 192 female finishers in the 10KM.

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

25

16

:

31

/

5

:

19.0

T.T.

FL

Christine Gentile

35

19

:

29

/

6

:

16.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jeanne Lesniak

32

19

:

35

/

6

:

18.2

2 OA

2

Carol Glasscock

38

20

:

45

/

6

:

40.7

3F35

7

Christine Arbasak

47

27

:

17

/

8

:

46.9

Y

4F45

51

Bernie Brown

51

33

:

35

/

10

:

48.5

11AG

113

Rita Barry

55

37

:

30

/

12

:

04.2

5F55

158

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Tony Black

49

19

:

31

/

6

:

17.0

2M45

13

Mike Bartholomew

49

19

:

45

/

6

:

21.4

2M45

13

John Glasscock

41

25

:

42

/

8

:

16.3

9M40

88

Hunter McCann

9

25

:

46

/

8

:

17.6

1U10

86

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Steven Mandel

40

34

:

17

/

5

:

31.0

T.T.

FL

Christa Benton

21

37

:

14

/

5

:

59.5

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

39

:

02

/

6

:

16.9

1M

4

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

27

43

:

39

/

7

:

01.5

1F25

9

Anna Reschar

43

48

:

21

/

7

:

46.8

6F40

30

Wendy Burgasser

52

49

:

43

/

8

:

00.0

1F50

36

Sheila King

41

50

:

39

/

8

:

09.1

10AG

38

Paula Didham

49

51

:

39

/

8

:

18.7

3F45

47

Marcia Horan

54

52

:

56

/

8

:

31.1

Y

5F50

59

Leslee Sagristano

49

53

:

25

/

8

:

35.8

Y

6F45

67

Katie Wells

14

1

:

04

:

29

/

10

:

22.6

Y

1U15

141

Lizzy Wells

12

1

:

04

:

30

/

10

:

22.8

Y

2U15

142

Anne Ryan

57

1

:

09

:

51

/

11

:

14.4

4F55

168

Lyndy Jennings

30

1

:

19

:

00

/

12

:

47.6

NC

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

35

37

:

07

/

5

:

58.4

3M35

9

Michael Coyne

55

37

:

57

/

6

:

06.4

1M55

12

David DeLong

47

41

:

43

/

6

:

42.8

3M45

27

Duncan Cameron

63

43

:

21

/

6

:

58.6

1M60

44

Joe Burgasser

67

43

:

46

/

7

:

02.6

2M65

48

Jon Wilson

60

47

:

59

/

7

:

43.3

2M60

87

Ken Barry

50

51

:

57

/

8

:

21.6

10AG

142

Tom Wells

51

1

:

04

:

29

/

10

:

22.6

Y

26AG

230

RUN WITH THE NUNS 5KM & 1 MILE            January 15, 2005
War Vets Park      St Petersburg, Florida

The times look as if the wind was blocked a bit by the shelter from the trees at this forest venue. Kyle Groh's mom, Kathy directs this race. Scott who has been coming to track and the long run from Demens Landing was the only participant from our ranks in the main event.
Kyle was second overall in the Mile.
There were 49 male, and 28 female finishers in the 5KM. event.

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Eugene Fanning

17

17

:

14

/

5

:

32.8

PH

FL

Karen Alexeev

53

24

:

06

/

7

:

45.4

GPT

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Scott Hoge

58

23

:

19

/

7

:

30.3

2M55

21

1MI OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Oscar Orozco

__

4

:

56

TPA

FL

Sheshi Shattenkirk

__

7

:

52

T.T.

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Kyle Groh

10

5

:

51

1AG

HOUSTON MARATHON                                      January 15, 2006
Convention Center       Houston, Texas

Kenya's David Cheruiyot defended his winner's title from last year. Impressively, the women's winner Firaya Sultanova-Zhdanova of the Russian Federation was forced to walk some over the last two miles from an injury and her time was just one second over the Masters course record!
Mike PR'd by 47 seconds over his New York City performance in 2002. Jonathan was planning to run the half, but opted for the entire marathon distance.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

David Cheruiyot

35

2

:

12

:

02

/

5

:

02.2

KEN

Fir.. Sul..-Zhdanova

44

2

:

32

:

25

/

5

:

48.8

RUS

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Birnbaum

49

3

:

25

:

01

/

7

:

49.2

Y

50AG

376

Jonathan Dunford

46

3

:

45

:

20

/

8

:

35.7

159A

842

9TH ANNUAL FISH HAWK 5KM & 10KM      January 21, 2006
Lithia, Florida

Fine performances! The same overall winners from the New Years Day 5KM won this event. A recent regular at the Demens Landing Sunday long run, Debra Donald was 5th and Steve was 3rd overall gender, both placing first in their age groups for the 5KM!
Check out our four guys' age group and overall places in the 10KM!
There were 174 male, and 111 female finishers in the 5KM.
There were 91 male, and 61 female finishers in the 10KM.

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Louis Rufo

23

16

:

02

/

5

:

09.6

LTZ

FL

Jackie Wachtel

26

17

:

56

/

5

:

46.3

T.SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

35

17

:

05

/

5

:

29.9

1M35

3

Debra Donald

47

21

:

26

/

6

:

53.9

1F45

5

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jesse Peterson

30

34

:

20

/

5

:

31.5

__

__

Kristy Peterson

25

40

:

58

/

6

:

35.6

__

__

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Tony Black

49

39

:

57

/

6

:

25.7

1M45

6

David DeLong

47

39

:

59

/

6

:

26.1

2M45

7

Duncan Cameron

63

40

:

59

/

6

:

35.7

1M60

15

Chung Yoo

66

46

:

24

/

7

:

28.0

1M65

28

HARVEST HUSTLE 5KM     Bradenton             January 21, 2006

Denise just turned 50 (Grand Masters) earlier this month and was 1st overall woman!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Denise Skinner

50

21

:

02

/

6

:

46.2

1 OA

1

CLEARWATER HALFATHON                           January 22, 2006
Coachman Park       Clearwater, Florida

Christy was racing the clock the entire way focusing on her goal of 6:30 per mile pace. Her effort placed her third entrant to cross the line and the overall women's win. 46 year young Amy was first Master followed in closely by 27 year young Draceana. David plunked down his $60 late entry fee as he signed up day of race and was cheered on by Forerunners/Mad Dogs/WFYRC water station workers, "Go Thumper"! Chris Coleman cut his Sunday run short to join in the water station cheering/fun/work.
Forced by construction to reduce to a halfathon, race director decided to make it an Inaugral halfathon event. A positive move and attitude! Next year the plan is for the full marathon and a halfathon to take place on the same day.
There were 182 male, and 126 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Elias Gonzalez

29

1

:

14

:

25

/

5

:

40.6

TPA

FL

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

25

:

20

/

6

:

30.6

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

25

:

20

/

6

:

30.6

1 OA

1

Amy McClenathan

46

1

:

37

:

58

/

7

:

28.4

1M

5

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

27

1

:

38

:

08

/

7

:

29.2

1F25

6

Mary Handsel

41

1

:

53

:

55

/

8

:

41.4

2F40

33

Sherry Gillis

43

2

:

00

:

40

/

9

:

13.2

8F40

51

Blair La Haye

30

2

:

04

:

51

/

9

:

31.4

12AG

58

Kathy Bedell

36

2

:

48

:

54

/

12

:

52.9

21AG

120

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Joyce

35

1

:

30

:

29

/

6

:

54.1

1M35

7

Philip LaHaye

32

1

:

33

:

15

/

7

:

06.8

3M30

12

Jon Kieffer

62

1

:

40

:

11

/

7

:

38.5

1M60

31

Ray Goetz

65

2

:

02

:

17

/

9

:

19.7

1M65

115

Nung Bedell

35

2

:

48

:

52

/

12

:

52.9

20AG

178

DAILY NEWS HALF MARATHON                    January 23, 2006
Cambier Park       Naples, Florida

Women's winner Firaya Sultanova Zhdanova won the Houston marathon last weekend. There were several high profile runners in this prestigeous event.
Chip and Sue were the most happy reporting their performances.
Chip, because he's on track for sub 3 at Boston this year. Sue was happy to run the distance so soon after her shoulder surgery. All week the weather conditions had been nice cool mornings. It changed to warm and humid over night. Lenore ran out to the 5 mile mark but decided to turn back as she came down with the bad cold virus that is going around.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

John Henwood

33

1

:

05

:

00

/

5

:

00.9

NY

NY

Fir.. Sul..-Zhdanova

44

1

:

15

:

30

/

5

:

45.6

RUS

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Karen Collins

42

1

:

32

:

09

/

7

:

01.8

2F40

103

Anna Reschar

43

1

:

45

:

11

/

8

:

01.4

12AG

249

Sue Fleshman

40

2

:

13

:

15

/

10

:

09.9

61AG

805

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chip Merlin

46

1

:

29

:

11

/

6

:

48.2

10AG

75

Bill Riley

69

1

:

30

:

30

/

6

:

54.2

1M65

88

RUN FOR THE CHILDREN 5KM                        January 28, 2006
Dade City, Florida

Dan recently had a birthday and reached the limit of 50-54 age group. He placed 3rd. This certified race was held in conjunction with the 9th Annual Kumquat Festival. There were 68 male, and 48 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

25

15

:

59

/

5

:

08.7

T.T.

FL

Angela Hegge

16

20

:

05

/

6

:

27.8

OD

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

54

21

:

38

/

6

:

57.8

3M50

19

MIAMI MARATHON & HALF                             January 29, 2006
Miami, Florida

The women's course record was broken for the second year in a row, earning Hiromi Ominami, the women's leader an additional $2,500 bonus over the $5000 prize money for the win. Weather conditions were described in news coverage as mild temperature, 68 degrees with a stiff headwind at the start and then again near the finish.
Marcia took over thirty minutes off of her previous PR!
10,000 finishers for the two events. We had no one participating in the Half this year.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Ruben GarciaGomez

35

2

:

18

:

12

/

5

:

16.3

MEX

Hiromi Ominami

30

2

:

34

:

09

/

5

:

52.8

JPN

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Marcia Horan

54

4

:

33

:

24

/

10

:

25.7

Y

15AG

CALLAWAY-HUGHSTON MARATHON         January 29, 2006
Callaway Gardens       Pine Mountain, Georgia

The men's leader continued his streak of marathon wins ... the fourth of four marathons since the new year and also got his third course record of the year on this hilly double loop course.
Grand Masters Linda Mason won the women's race Overall by over twenty five minutes! She and husband Mike Barber love this area and plan to relocate there one day.
Don Clark, our 69 yr old Georgia transplant, described the weather conditions as monsoon-like and decided he wasn't going to flog himself about his time!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Chuck Engle

??

2

:

39

:

28

/

6

:

04.9

?

MS

Linda Mason

52

3

:

37

:

14

/

8

:

17.1

CLW

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Linda Mason

52

3

:

37

:

14

/

8

:

17.1

1 OA

1

Don Clark

69

4

:

14

:

28

/

9

:

42.0

2M65