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FORERUNNERS FEBRUARY 2006 RACE RESULTS

26TH ANNUAL FLATLANDERS CHALLENGE 10KM
Brooksville, Florida                                                February 4, 2006

John Emerson, a home town runner crossed the finish line first. Jacki Wachtel from Tarpon Springs won the Women's race.
No Forerunners ran this race. It used to be a premier event that was included on many race schedules in years past.
There were less than 100 participants.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

John Emerson

22

33

:

20

/

5

:

21.9

BVL

FL

Jacki Wachtel

26

38

:

32

/

6

:

12.1

T.SP.

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

OCALA MARATHON                                            February 5, 2006
Paddock Mall       Ocala, Florida

Amy, tempted by the cool weather and a hilly course to her liking, signed up on race day. She won overall woman and was 13th to cross the finish line! Jonathan and Kathleen trotted in together in this beautiful equestrian setting.
123 male, 52 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Greg Hill

__

2

:

45

:

03

/

6

:

17.7

OFN

MO

Amy McClenathan

46

3

:

17

:

28

/

7

:

31.2

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

46

3

:

17

:

28

/

7

:

31.2

7F40

28

Kathleen Stein

4_

4

:

22

:

33

/

10

:

00.8

4F40

25

Jonathan Dunford

46

4

:

22

:

33

/

10

:

00.8

10AG

71

4TH ANNUAL SUNCOAST CLASSIC 5KM & 10KM
Baywalk       St Petersburg, Florida                  February 11, 2006

Pediatric Services of Florida offers a $5000 prize purse of $600 -$500 - $400 - $300 - $200 for the 10KM and $225 - $125 - $75 - $50 - & $25 for the 5Km to attract top performing runners.
Jeanne Lesniak and Steve Wilcox were in the money in the 5KM! Anna PR'd then prepared herself for a half marathon the next day.
In the 10KM, Christine and Karen bettered their Personal Records with Karen vowing to break 40 this season. The Goofy Challenge buddies continued their antics and did a fifteen mile warmup and Jim still PR'd! Thankfully, Coach Joe made a miraculous recovery from last weekend's bout with a bacterial virus that may have done permanent damage to the Burgasser toilet. Hunter ran the distance accompanied by Mom while Dad is recovering from meniscus surgery.
There were 169 male, and 174 female finishers in the 5KM.
There were 139 male, and 116 female finishers in the 10KM.

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Peter Derby

24

15

:

41

/

5

:

02.9

GVL

FL

Christa Benton

21

17

:

40

/

5

:

41.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jeanne Lesniak

32

19

:

05

/

6

:

08.5

4 OA

4

Kate Hayden

26

20

:

59

/

6

:

45.2

1F25

10

Anna Reschar

43

22

:

35

/

7

:

16.1

Y

1F40

13

Jennifer Cubito

32

25

:

01

/

8

:

03.1

4F30

25

Shannon Dansby

36

26

:

35

/

8

:

33.4

9F35

40

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

35

17

:

34

/

5

:

39.2

5 OA

5

Mike Bartholomew

49

19

:

10

/

6

:

10.1

2M45

10

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Joseph Zephyrinus

30

31

:

09

/

5

:

00.8

JAX

FL

Beth Old

31

36

:

42

/

5

:

54.4

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kim Bruce

43

40

:

06

/

6

:

27.2

1F40

6

Karen Collins

42

40

:

58

/

6

:

35.6

2F40

7

Kristine Cox

40

41

:

19

/

6

:

38.9

Y

3F40

8

Paula Didham

49

50

:

47

/

8

:

10.3

3F45

35

Christine Arbasak

47

53

:

17

/

8

:

20.5

Y

8F35

34

Pamela McCann

39

55

:

45

/

8

:

58.2

13AG

60

Sue Fleshman

40

59

:

07

/

9

:

30.8

18AG

73

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Coyne

55

36

:

04

/

5

:

48.2

1M55

7

Joe Burgasser

67

41

:

25

/

6

:

39.9

1M65

23

Dan McClenathan

54

45

:

16

/

7

:

17.1

2M50

43

Jon Wilson

60

45

:

37

/

7

:

20.5

1M60

49

James McDannel

37

46

:

06

/

7

:

25.1

3M35

51

Scott Hoge

58

46

:

40

/

7

:

30.6

Y

4M55

55

Chris Coleman

43

47

:

24

/

7

:

37.7

12AG

60

Cesar Fayad

56

53

:

40

/

8

:

38.2

10AG

100

Walter Davin

64

54

:

15

/

8

:

43.8

4M60

101

Hunter McCann

9

55

:

38

/

8

:

57.2

Y

1U10

111

HILTON HEAD 1/2 MARATHON    SC            February 11, 2006

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Wes Livingston

46

1

:

47

:

30

/

8

:

12.0

MAX BAYNE 1/2 MARATHON                         February 12, 2006
Ft Desoto Park       St Petersburg, Florida

Christy displayed her pure athleticism running against fierce wind for another win ... this time in under her 6:30 goal pace. Maria, also on a strict goal pace won Grandmasters and PR'd by thirteen seconds. Jan did also, by running the distance for the first time. Anna ran a second personal best of the weekend ... a nice accomplishment and birthday present to herself!
Christian and Bill, seasonal visitors to the Forerunners secret track workouts, led our men to the finish line... Walt was right on their heels with his newly edited svelte figure. Watch out, this guy can run when he's in shape!
Jon Kieffer was second overall and first Master in the less brutal event.
Many thanks to our course volunteers Bernie Brown, Duncan Cameron, Chris Coleman, Marcia Horan, Tim Hudson, Anna Reschar's Husband, (Brian) Mom (Dia) and friend (Sigga). Walt suggested that there may have been more volunteers than runners. Cold and windy conditions made it challenging, but still fun in a sick sort of way that few can understand ... THANKS!
65 male, 32 female finishers in the Half.
7 male, 8 female finishers in the 5KM.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Steve Mandell

39

1

:

14

:

51

/

5

:

42.6

NY

NY

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

24

:

36

/

6

:

27.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

24

:

36

/

6

:

27.2

1 OA

1

Maria Anderson

50

1

:

41

:

36

/

7

:

45.9

Y

1GM

6

Anna Reschar

44

1

:

44

:

39

/

7

:

59.0

Y

3F40

8

Sherry Gillis

43

1

:

56

:

35

/

8

:

53.6

7F40

21

Jan Conway

40

1

:

56

:

35

/

8

:

53.6

Y

8F40

22

Ginger Herring

62

2

:

28

:

02

/

11

:

17.6

1F60

31

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christian Davidson

24

1

:

28

:

28

/

6

:

44.9

1M20

10

Bill Riley

69

1

:

30

:

31

/

6

:

54.3

1GM

11

Walt Sieg

45

1

:

32

:

52

/

7

:

05.1

2M45

12

Mike Birnbaum

49

1

:

38

:

37

/

7

:

31.4

6M45

24

Jon Wilson

60

1

:

41

:

53

/

7

:

46.3

2M60

30

Don Herring

64

2

:

36

:

04

/

11

:

54.3

6M60

64

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Peter Boucher

35

20

:

00

/

6

:

26.2

BTN

FL

Indira Houze

46

27

:

28

/

8

:

50.4

BDN

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jon Kieffer

62

21

:

07

/

6

:

47.8

1M

2

FL CHALLENGE TRAIL 1/2 MARATHON & 5KM
Alafia River Park       Lithia, Florida                 February 12, 2006

Sheila heard about this one and decided to see for herself. Shawn and Jennifer did it last year. Nature loving Shawn got tangled up with the same tree she ran into last time!
82 male, 50 female finishers in the half.
61 male, 59 female finishers in the 5KM.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

25

1

:

26

:

17

/

6

:

34.9

T.T.

FL

Kristie Cruz

27

1

:

42

:

26

/

7

:

48.8

BLT

VT

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Shawn Woodworth

37

2

:

09

:

19

/

9

:

51.9

14

Jennifer Willis

37

2

:

10

:

52

/

9

:

59.0

16

Sheila King

41

2

:

16

:

24

/

10

:

24.3

24

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike McConnell

42

20

:

01

/

6

:

26.5

SP

FL

Danielle Heath

41

23

:

44

/

7

:

38.3

ORL

FL

WESTCHASE TIED TO BE FIT 5KM               February 18, 2006
Westchase Elementary       Tampa, Florida

Tony got a new "recent" PR albeit an uncertified one. He and David and Emery are all Boston bound. That marathon training is paying off!
108 male, 98 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike Corriglitto

31

16

:

17

/

5

:

14.5

RDG

PA

Jacki Wachtel

26

18

:

06

/

5

:

49.5

T.SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Tony Black

49

18

:

46

/

6

:

02.4

Y

2M45

8

David Delong

48

19

:

00

/

6

:

06.9

4M45

10

Rachel Corn

38

28

:

27

/

9

:

09.4

3F25

29

Emery Jewell

80

29

:

40

/

9

:

32.9

2M70

81

EDISON FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS 5KM             February 18, 2006
Ft Myers, Florida

Due to construction this usually technically sound race was not run on the customary certified course. Unfortunatley this was not mentioned until racers arrived at the starting line. Mike was the first Grand Master and won $100. His new PR would break the Canadian M55 record, set in 1988 had the race been run on a certified course.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Coyne

55

16

:

52

/

5

:

25.7

1GM

ZOO ZOOM 5KM                                                 February 18, 2006
Lowry Park Zoo      Tampa, Florida

No FORERUNNERS.
There were but 19 male and 18 female finishers. Four races in Tampa on this day.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

25

18

:

07

/

5

:

49.9

___

FL

Kiersten Allen

39

22

:

23

/

7

:

12.2

___

FL

CHILLY WILLY DUATHLON                            February 19, 2006
Ft DeSoto Park     St Petersburg, Florida     (5, 16, 5KM)

RunBikeRun on a lot less chilly day than the week before. That's Florida for you. The one thing you can be sure of when entering an event at Ft DeSoto ... there will be at the very least a stiff breeze... more likely a gale force wind.
Mary had a blast and won her age group. Beth Wonicker-Cook's husband was eleventh in his age division.
There were 116 male and 63 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

RES

Eric Hall

27

1

:

01

:

17

TPA

FL

Kathy Frailing

38

1

:

10

:

15

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PR

DIV

OA

Joel Wonicker-Cook

36

1

:

21

:

07

11AG

56

Mary Tucker

60

1

:

43

:

48

1F60

52

BANK OF AMERICA GASPARILLA 15KM
Tampa, Florida                                                       February 25, 2006

Both winners are repeats from last year successfully defending their titles. Mike Coyne was second overall in the race if it were scored as age graded at 87% followed by coach Joe and Bill Riley as third and fourth at 86.7% and 86.5% respectively. These are all National Class (80-89%) percentages in "Age Graded" speak. World Class is 90% and above. Christy also made the top 10 with her 80.7% performance even though she was sick on race day. Overall, age graded was a 61 yr old woman from Burlington, Massachusetts who ran an an incredible 1:05:42 that factors out to 88.3%.
Check out all the PRs ... Dennis, Christine, Paula, Lyndy and Sara all did the distance for the first time so their PRs are automatic. Sara made it a couples outing and walked it with her husband, Ed who is not a runner. Mark's PR* is noted with an after heart surgery asterisk. He really is starting over again with a revised heart function and deserves a clean PR slate.
Both Kit and Kristine were seen crossing the finish line at approximately the times shown below but were not shown in the official results.
There were 2,017 male, and 1,549 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Elias Gonzalez

29

48

:

39

/

5

:

13.2

TPA

FL

Vicki Gill

25

53

:

47

/

5

:

46.2

TAL

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

57

:

41

/

6

:

11.3

1M

8

Kim Bumbul

42

1

:

02

:

10

/

6

:

40.2

3F40

16

Karen Collins

42

1

:

02

:

22

/

6

:

41.5

Y

4F40

17

Denise Skinner

50

1

:

06

:

20

/

7

:

07.0

1F50

43

Kit Van Allan

41

1

:

07

:

__

/

7

:

1_._

?

Anna Reschar

42

1

:

11

:

49

/

7

:

42.3

Y

22AG

106

Murph Woehlk

51

1

:

14

:

04

/

7

:

56.8

11AG

150

Kristine Cox

40

1

:

14

:

__

/

8

:

0_._

?

Debra Colbert

45

1

:

16

:

01

/

8

:

09.3

21AG

194

Christine Arbasak

47

1

:

20

:

18

/

8

:

36.9

Y

37AG

304

Paula Didham

49

1

:

24

:

18

/

9

:

02.6

Y

54AG

443

Elaine Anthony

50

1

:

35

:

04

/

10

:

12.06

72AG

893

Ginger Herring

63

1

:

36

:

17

/

10

:

13.3

15AG

942

Vivian DeRussy

48

1

:

40

:

51

/

10

:

49.2

125AG

Bernie Brown

51

1

:

44

:

40

/

11

:

13.7

99AG

Lyndy Jennings

30

1

:

49

:

58

/

11

:

47.9

Y

176A

Sara Nicholson

31

2

:

14

:

16

/

14

:

24.3

Y

204A

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Michael Coyne

23

55

:

03

/

5

:

54.4

Y

1M55

23

James Duncan

34

59

:

22

/

6

:

22.1

4M30

62

David DeLong

34

59

:

53

/

6

:

25.5

Y

15AG

70

Duncan Cameron

47

1

:

01

:

36

/

6

:

36.5

Y

2M60

102

Joe Burgasser

67

1

:

02

:

06

/

6

:

39.7

1M65

127

Chip Merlin

46

1

:

03

:

28

/

6

:

48.5

26AG

132

Bill Riley

69

1

:

03

:

41

/

6

:

49.9

2M65

168

Jon Kieffer

62

1

:

07

:

02

/

7

:

11.5

3M60

220

Jonathan Dunford

46

1

:

09

:

45

/

7

:

29.0

54AG

305

Mark McLain

49

1

:

09

:

48

/

7

:

29.3

55AG

307

Dennis Dansby

36

1

:

13

:

51

/

7

:

55.4

Y

88AG

481

Cesar Fayad

56

1

:

26

:

19

/

9

:

15.6

80AG

Mark Gable

43

1

:

26

:

52

/

9

:

19.2

Y

234A

Dan Bode

3_

1

:

29

:

26

/

9

:

35.7

Nung Bedell

35

1

:

29

:

26

/

9

:

35.7

Emery Jewell

80

1

:

30

:

08

/

9

:

40.2

1M80

Don Herring

63

1

:

45

:

19

/

11

:

17.9

BANK OF AMERICA GASPARILLA 5KM     February 25, 2006
Tampa, Florida

Youth prevailed in the sprint event as both winners are under 20. Our own Kyle and Chuck's son Hunter asked to and participated in this huge event ... running with crowds like this can be pretty scary, but they seem to take it in stride. 32 year young Jeanne was 6th overall in a strong field.
Participating in the PT Cruiser Challenge were Coach Joe (8th) and Jon Kieffer (14th). Both managed to place in the top ten in their age group for every event! Ed Bickley, age 47 was the winner with a cumulative time of 4:16:39. He was 2nd in both the 5KM and Marathon and 4th in the marathon in his age category. Andy Scavelli won the Jeep Challenge with a 2:35:42 finishing in his age group with a nod to the Olympics ... Gold the for 5K, Silver for the 15K, and Bronze for the Half.
No one actually wins a Jeep or a PT Cruiser, but participants come away with a new appreciation of each race distance and the fitness required to meet the challenge.
There were 2,971 male, and 3,500 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

James Osborne

17

15

:

35

/

5

:

00.9

LTZ

FL

Brigithe Moreno

15

18

:

15

/

5

:

52.4

TPA

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jeanne Lesniak

32

19

:

28

/

6

:

15.9

6 OA

6

Debra Donald

47

21

:

34

/

6

:

56.5

1F45

34

Rita Barry

55

38

:

08

/

12

:

16.4

43AG

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Bartholomew

49

19

:

17

/

6

:

12.4

6M45

75

Tim Hudson

47

21

:

13

/

6

:

49.7

20AG

170

Kyle Groh

11

21

:

33

/

6

:

56.2

16AG

126

Jon Kieffer

62

23

:

03

/

7

:

25.1

7M60

294

Hunter McCann

7

25

:

02

/

8

:

03.4

6U11

892

Joe Burgasser

67

27

:

30

/

8

:

48.5

9M65

911

Bruce Shephard

61

25

:

02

/

8

:

03.4

6U11

892

Ken Barry

50

38

:

10

/

12

:

17.0

204A

BANK OF AMERICA HALF MARATHON      February 25, 2006
Tampa, Florida

Initially, there was confusion over who really won the women's race. Teresa Vaill and her identical twin Lisa clocked the same time (1:12:19/6:30.5) and were disqualified as they had both signed up for the full marathon then chose to do the half. Deb Tillman ran the race she signed up for and was finally declared the actual winner.
Tony Black's training for Boston is paying off with PRs at most every distance. Jan Conway shaved some time from her PR too. Mary Ann tried out her recovering bootie and was pleased with her progress from the most time off she has taken in years.
There were 854 male, and 916 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Steve Bell

18

1

:

12

:

15

/

5

:

33.4

LOL

FL

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__

_

:

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:

__

/

_

:

__._

___

__

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kim Bumbul

43

1

:

30

:

09

/

6

:

52.6

3F40

8

Mary Ann Protz

49

1

:

31

:

38

/

6

:

59.4

1F45

11

Debra Donald

47

1

:

47

:

18

/

8

:

11.1

6F45

56

Chris Simpson

44

1

:

47

:

40

/

8

:

12.8

4F40

59

Pam McCann

40

1

:

50

:

42

/

8

:

26.7

8F40

82

Jan Conway

40

1

:

51

:

43

/

8

:

31.3

Y

12AG

88

Flora Cook

44

1

:

51

:

55

/

8

:

32.3

13AG

90

Darlene Goode

43

1

:

57

:

20

/

8

:

57.0

20AG

173

Leslee Sagristano

49

2

:

02

:

21

/

9

:

20.0

24AG

239

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Tony Black

49

1

:

27

:

26

/

6

:

40.2

Y

4M45

34

Ian Payne

38

1

:

28

:

09

/

6

:

43.5

11AG

38

BANK OF AMERICA MARATHON                  February 26, 2006
Tampa, Florida

The women's winner defended her title from last year. The expression on her face in the finish photo both years shows that she works hard for the money. The men's winner moved up from his second place finish last year. Both are Masters runners and won $8000 for the masters win plus an additional $2500 as overall winners. This is the second year that the race has weighted the big prize dollars toward Masters competitors and has received positive press for the stand.
Draceana took the most time off her prior PR paced by the task master himself, coach Joe. Ken, Sherry and Holley completed the distance for the first time and became members of the one in a million club. It is said that of the population, there is one in a million who completes their first marathon. After that first one, the person usually swears off the thought of ever doing it again - but in the next few days they are planning the next one!
711 men, and 392 women finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Oleg Strijakov

43

2

:

26

:

34

/

5

:

35.4

RUS

FirayaSultanova-Zh

44

2

:

41

:

26

/

6

:

09.4

RUS

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

27

3

:

24

:

24

/

7

:

47.8

Y

3F25

12

Amy McClenathan

46

3

:

26

:

17

/

7

:

52.1

2F45

13

Mary Handsel

41

4

:

06

:

15

/

9

:

23.5

20AG

110

Stephanie Bergen

37

4

:

08

:

03

/

9

:

27.7

34AG

115

Lori Joyce

37

4

:

27

:

30

/

10

:

12.2

43AG

179

Sherry Gillis

43

4

:

29

:

52

/

10

:

17.6

Y

42AG

13

Holley Simoneau

47

4

:

44

:

05

/

10

:

50.1

Y

26AG

225

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Bumbul

41

2

:

59

:

42

/

6

:

50.5

11AG

19

David Joyce

35

3

:

06

:

14

/

7

:

06.2

5M45

44

Walt Sieg

45

3

:

18

:

18

/

7

:

33.8

1M45

67

Tom Wells

52

3

:

24

:

17

/

7

:

47.5

7M50

131

Joe Burgasser

67

3

:

24

:

33

/

7

:

48.1

1M65

1__

Chris Coleman

43

3

:

54

:

14

/

8

:

56.0

60AG

230

Jon Kieffer

62

3

:

55

:

48

/

8

:

59.6

4M60

240

Bob Magnan

42

3

:

59

:

19

/

9

:

07.7

68AG

267

Chung Yoo

66

4

:

04

:

48

/

9

:

20.2

3M65

307

Ken Barry

50

4

:

10

:

59

/

9

:

34.4

Y

37AG

339

Ray Goetz

65

4

:

25

:

24

/

10

:

07.4

6M65

428

Mike Jensen

57

4

:

38

:

45

/

10

:

37.9

30AG

495