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FORERUNNERS MARCH 2002 RACE RESULTS

3RD ANNUAL HABITROT 10KM & 5KM             March 2, 2002
Dade City, Florida

Total 10 KM Finishers - 77
Total 5 KM Finishers - 122

10 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Eric Hall

23

35

:

08

/

5

:

39.2

DC

FL

Jennifer Schmidt

31

45

:

06

/

7

:

15.5

INV

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Murph Woehlk

47

49

:

20

/

7

:

56.3

1F45

Rosemarie Dizon

33

1

:

10

:

48

/

11

:

23.6

1F30

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Dan McClenathan

50

43

:

40

/

7

:

01.6

3M50

13

5 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Matt Baum

16

17

:

51

/

5

:

44.7

INV

FL

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

09

/

6

:

09.8

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

09

/

6

:

09.8

1 OA

1

Erin McClenathan

11

28

:

00

/

9

:

00.7

3U15

RUN FOR MISSIONS 5KM         Macon, GA          March 2, 2002

Although heavy rains spiced up the day on this hilly course, Don broke the M65 course record by two minutes.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Don Clark

65

23

:

42

/

7

:

37.7

1M65

22

24TH ANNUAL NAPA VALLEY MARATHON
Calistoga, CA                                                                March 3, 2002

Total Finishers – 1,705

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CTY

ST

Matt Ellis

32

2

:

31

:

32

/

5

:

46.8

TAC

WA

Kristen Orr

27

2

:

52

:

57

/

6

:

35.8

CA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Robin Johnsen

47

3

:

51

:

57

/

8

:

48.7

Y

8F45

Dottie Foster

55

4

:

04

:

22

/

9

:

20.4

4F55

Carolyn Reichele

53

5

:

12

:

50

/

11

:

55.5

25TH ANNUAL GATE RIVER RUN 15 KM            March 9, 2002
Alltell Stadium            Jacksonville, FL

Deena Drossin of Mammoth Lakes, CA broke the 12 1/2 year old U. S. Record and won $18,000 including bonuses for both the course and U. S. Records. She became the first woman to ever win 3 consecutive U. S. 15 KM road races. Meb Keflezighi of San Diego defended his 15 KM national title by running the second fastest U. S. time on the course on the twisting, hilly, tough course in humid 80 degree conditions.. (Todd Williams ran 42:22 in 1995)
All Forerunners had respectable, but not PR performances. Coach finished 6 seconds behind his age group competition. Mary Ann & Erin finished in the top 100. This is indeed a quality event that is exciting and worth the travel.
Approximately 7,000 finishers

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CTY

ST

Meb Keflezighi

26

42

:

48

/

4

:

35.5

SD

CA

Deena Drossin

29

48

:

12

/

5

:

10.3

AR

ML

CA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Daniel Ecker

32

56

:

06

/

6

:

01.1

Jim Duncan

30

57

:

51

/

6

:

12.4

Jim Burgasser

32

58

:

42

/

6

:

17.9

Joe Burgasser

63

59

:

15

/

6

:

21.4

2M60

Mary Ann Protz

45

1

:

06

:

29

/

7

:

08.0

3F45

Erin Lynch

30

1

:

06

:

49

/

7

:

10.1

SPRINGTIME TAMPA BAY 5KM                            March 9, 2002
Al Lopez Park            Tampa, FL

Shortly after the start, leaders took a wrong turn on this dubiously marked course at Tampa’s Al Lopez Park, throwing the race into chaos. Some runners ran too far on an early course loop, some on a later loop near the finish. None of our Forerunners could identify how far they ran, or if they ran on the intended course. All were surprised to find that it was part cross-country, as this was not advertised. Amy won overall in a fast time for this day. 144 finished. Mile race pace shown assumes 5km. Our other choice was to leave that data off this report.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CTY

ST

Chris Loth

23

18

:

08

/

5

:

50.2

WC

FL

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

54

/

6

:

24.3

SP

FL

FRNERS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

54

/

6

:

24.3

1 OA

1

Jeanne Lesniak

28

20

:

31

/

6

:

36.2

1F25

2

Erin McClenathan

11

29

:

29

/

9

:

29.4

4U15

FRNERS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chris Zucker

54

20

:

09

/

6

:

29.1

3M50

14

Mike Ward

54

20

:

25

/

6

:

34.3

5M50

19

Dan McClenathan

50

20

:

33

/

6

:

36.8

6M50

23

Steve Kilpatrick

45

20

:

45

/

6

:

40.7

5M45

27

Chuck McCann

50

22

:

02

/

7

:

05.5

PatrickMcClenathan

12

24

:

56

/

8

:

01.5

4U15

GOOD LIFE GAMES 5KM                                       March 10, 2002
Mirror Lake            Downtown St Petersburg, Florida

Ned won his division while favoring a hamstring injury.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett

80

30

:

14

/

9

:

43.8

1M80

Marge Coffey

63

32

:

00

/

10

:

18.0

Y

4F60

SHAMROCK 4 MILE       Fredericksburg, VA    March 10, 2002

This hilly course saw Steve’s return to the racing world after a two year absence.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Steve Reed

49

28

:

34

/

7

:

08.5

CHASCO FIESTA 5KM       New Port Richey, FL    Mar 16, 2002

Dennis lowered his 5km PR eighteen notches on this warm Florida morning.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Dennis Dansby

32

19

:

40

/

6

:

19.8

23RD ANNUAL UNICORN GALLOP 5KM
Central Park        Largo, Florida             Sunday, March 17, 2002

We had ten Forerunners at this annual event, five with the same last name. Last year there were 580 finishers. This year 200 less at 380. There’s a message here that we passed on to the WFYRC race promoters several months ago to no avail. Don’t schedule 5km events on Sundays.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CTY

ST

MuchapiwaMazano

28

15

:

58

/

5

:

08.3

TPA

FL

Heather Gollnick

32

18

:

14

/

5

:

52.1

WI

FRNERS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Carol Glasscock

35

19

:

13

/

6

:

11.1

2F35

4

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

23

/

6

:

14.3

1M

5

Jeanne Lesniak

28

19

:

57

/

6

:

25.3

2F25

10

Mary Handsel

37

22

:

03

/

7

:

05.8

4F35

17

Kelly McClenathan

13

25

:

25

/

8

:

10.8

2U15

44

ShannonMcClenat...

9

26

:

43

/

8

:

35.9

4U15

56

Erin McClenathan

11

30

:

57

/

9

:

57.7

9U15

97

Bernie Brown

47

32

:

31

/

10

:

27.9

7F45

Rose Hoge

69

34

:

06

/

10

:

58.5

1F65

FRNERS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

50

20

:

47

/

6

:

41.4

5M50

34

Ned Bennett

80

30

:

11

/

9

:

42.9

1M80

24TH ANNUAL SHAMROCK 10KM & 5KM
Sable Park            Brandon, Florida                        March 17, 2002

Jim get’s another 2nd place overall!

FRNRS 10KM

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Jim Burgasser

32

36

:

45

/

5

:

54.8

1M30

2

FRNRS 5KM

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

21

:

03

/

6

:

46.5

1M50

20TH ANNUAL ARMADILLO 10KM & 5KM
Downtown Oldsmar, Florida                                     March 23, 2002

Tony Teats won by almost 2 minutes on this course that goes right past his house. Steve Wilcox led our men after a late night flight and two airport double cheese burgers for dinner. Mary Ann, Laurel, Maria and Rosemarie all PR’d. Erin tied hers with a flailing dash to the finish and chute fouling heaving. 251 finished into a strong headwind on this flat as a pancake excellent 10km venue.
In the 5km, the lead pack made their turn-around at 2 miles, but then, apparently in deep race focus, failed to notice the right turn arrow shortly after. Our guy Chris Zucker followed on sub 19 5km pace. Looking at his watch at 22 minutes, and wondering where in the heck he was, Chris astutely turned around and scrambled home in 27 minutes. 229 finished this one. A special Sherrif’s scouting party was sent looking for the first twenty or so leaders who never returned.

10 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Tony Teats

25

31

:

36

/

5

:

05.1

OLD

FL

Vicki Stum

31

37

:

22

/

6

:

00.8

CLW

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

OA

Lisa Valentine

40

39

:

41

/

6

:

23.2

1M

4

Mary Ann Protz

45

40

:

02

/

6

:

26.5

Y

2M

5

Erin Lynch

30

42

:

55

/

6

:

54.4

T

1F30

9

Carol Obendorf

28

43

:

25

/

6

:

59.2

1F25

11

Murph Woehlk

47

46

:

59

/

7

:

33.7

2F45

19

Mary Handsel

37

47

:

00

/

7

:

33.8

5F35

20

Laurel Harris

39

47

:

25

/

7

:

37.8

Y

6F35

22

Maria Anderson

47

48

:

09

/

7

:

44.9

Y

3F45

26

Stephanie Bergen

32

48

:

10

/

7

:

45.1

5F30

27

Wendy Burgasser

48

49

:

28

/

7

:

57.6

4F45

Jean Lindley

52

58

:

03

/

9

:

20.5

Vivian DeRussy

44

1

:

01

:

19

/

9

:

52.1

Lenore Rupert

58

1

:

01

:

19

/

9

:

52.1

Rosemarie Dizon

33

1

:

04

:

37

/

10

:

23.9

Y

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

35

:

31

/

5

:

42.9

3 OA

3

Jim Burgasser

32

36

:

20

/

5

:

50.8

1M30

6

Joe Burgasser

63

38

:

54

/

6

:

15.6

2GM

17

Walt Davin

60

47

:

24

/

7

:

37.7

2M60

Paul Obendorf

35

48

:

56

/

7

:

52.5

Y

Don Herring

60

56

:

51

/

9

:

08.9

5M60

Jim Craig

50

59

:

10

/

9

:

31.3

5 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Carlos Carrasquillo

33

20

:

29

/

6

:

35.6

SPHL

FL

Karen Gately

45

21

:

07

/

6

:

47.8

LAR

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Celene Peters

45

22

:

15

/

7

:

09.7

2F45

7

Chris Zucker

54

27

:

43

*

5M50

CHERRY BLOSSOM MARATHON       Macon, GA      March 23

This first time marathon was very hilly, cold at 29f, and windy. Mike says it was the most undulating he’s ever experienced.

FORERUNNER

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Ward

54

3

:

23

:

35

/

7

:

45.9

2M50

25

CHERRY BLOSSOM 5KM        Macon, GA          March 23, 2002

The last race Don ran was the hilliest one he’d ever seen. This one was apparently worse.

FRNRS 10KM

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Don Clark

65

23

:

53

/

7

:

41.2

1M65

30

FISHHAWK RANCH 10KM & 5KM                     March 23, 2002
Lithia, Florida

Whoohoo……Eileen wins the gold cup!

FRNRS 10KM

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Eileen Peters

41

41

:

12

/

6

:

37.8

1 OA

1

5TH ANNUAL NUTRITION RUN BEACH 5KM
Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida                                   March 23, 2002

Headwind going north for 1.5 miles on the exposed beach, then tailwind coming back south. We never have figured out if one cancels out the other. Additionally, one wag participant, apparently dissatisfied with his time, took a couple of GPS readings and declared to anyone within earshot that the course was 1/10th mile long. 109 finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jeff Carbiener

39

18

:

43

/

6

:

01.4

SP

FL

Carol Glasscock

35

19

:

44

/

6

:

21.1

SPB

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Carol Glasscock

35

19

:

44

6

:

21.1

1OA

1

Chuck McCann

50

22

:

31

7

:

14.8

3M50

Lisa Brois

46

24

:

10

7

:

46.7

1F45

Buzz Hoge

67

34

:

05

/

10

:

58.2

3M65

Rose Hoge

69

34

:

44

/

11

:

10.7

1F65

GOOD LIFE GAMES TRACK MEET                     March 23, 2002
Clearwater HS            Clearwater, Florida

Ned won the Men’s 80-84 division in both of his events

FORERUNNER

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett 1500M

80

8

:

03

1M80

800M  

3

:

59

1M80

WREN 8KM       Fredericksburg, Virginia           March 24, 2002

Steve continued his return to racing on this 30 degree Spring day in historic and hilly Fredericksburg.

FRNRS 10KM

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Steve Reed

49

36

:

05

/

7

:

15.5

10TH ANNUAL HARE RACING EXPERIENCE 10 & 5KM
Tampa, FL                                                                    March 30, 2002

Jennifer ran a PR time on this course that seemed to have an extra 50yds added at the end. 198 finishers

10 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Scott Beland

28

34

:

08

/

5

:

29.6

?

FL

Lisa Valentine

40

39

:

29

/

6

:

21.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

OA

Lisa Valentine

40

39

:

29

/

6

:

21.2

1OA

1

Jennifer Hunt

28

45

:

23

/

7

:

18.2

Y

1F25

5

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

37

:

22

/

6

:

00.8

1M30

3

Jim Burgasser

32

37

:

28

/

6

:

01.8

2M30

4

Emery Jewell

76

52

:

12

/

8

:

24.0

1M70

5 KM FRNRS

AGE

TIME

PACE

OA

Chuck McCann

50

21

:

30

/

6

:

55.2