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FORERUNNERS JUNE 2003 RACE RESULTS

SMOOTH RAILS DUATHLON                                   June 1, 2003
Van Fleet Trails       Brooksville, Florida

Ian did the main event of alternate run/bike 2/11/2/11/2 (miles). Not wanting to duel any further with roamimg trucks out on the open highway, Lenore opted for the shorter 2/11/2 version.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Lenore Rupert

59

1

:

22

:

00

1F55

Ian Payne

35

1

:

48

:

03

2M35

13

NATIONAL SENIOR GAMES 5KM & 10KM
Little Creek Navy Base     Norfolk, Va                June 2 & 4, 2003

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett      5km

81

30

:

24

/

9

:

47.1

3M80

10km

1

:

04

:

00

/

10

:

18.0

2M80

SPRING INTO SUMMER 5KM                                    June 7, 2003
Al Lopez Park       Tampa, Florida

Rather than the usual Al Lopez course, this event used a course certified in 1998 for the Avon Women's 5km. Resulting times were slower than usual, apparently due to the accuracy of the certified course.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Keith Sawayda

40

16

:

31

/

5

:

19.0

CLW

FL

Ra.Ann Darling-R..

29

20

:

38

/

6

:

38.5

SST

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Rogan

38

20

:

05

/

6

:

28.7

2M35

11

Chuck McCann

51

20

:

32

/

6

:

36.5

3M50

15

Emery Jewell

77

25

:

13

/

8

:

07.0

2M70

42

GREAT LAKES 1/2 MARATHON                               June 7, 2003
Sault Ste Marie       Ontario, Canada

Paced by Celia, who won the women's race overall, Anthony got a nice PR in this cool race along the Lake Superior Shore.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Ceila Moore

30

1

:

38

:

45

/

7

32.0

1 OA

1

Anthony Fiacconi

51

1

:

38

:

45

/

7

32.0

Y

FOOTWORKS TWILIGHT 5KM     Miami, FL         June 7, 2003

Sandy defended her 2002 title in this evening race with a hard fought 15 second victory. The girl is getting faster every race!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Mike Ferreira

38

17

:

42

/

5

:

41.8

4M35

18

Sandy Ferreira

33

18

:

39

/

6

:

00.2

1 OA

1

COCA COLA SPRINT TRIATHLON #2                   June 7, 2003
Davis Islands       Tampa, Florida
Swim 1/4 mi, Bike 12 mi, Run 3.1mi

Kim Donaldson led the Forerunners women, and John-Paul Newfield the men in their close age group competitions. John-Paul was 2nd by just 23 seconds including some lightning fast transitions, while Kim was only 13 seconds short of 2nd place.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

Rick Rosenkrantz

32

53

:

35

Lotte Branigan

29

1

:

00

:

41

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Kim Donaldson

41

1

:

08

:

29

3F40

Erin Kowal

29

1

:

10

:

49

7EL

Nicole Momberg

25

1

:

19

:

18

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

John-Paul Newfield

15

1

:

04

:

23

2M15

Will Watson

17

1

:

06

:

15

15EL

Rick Downs

36

1

:

06

:

53

5CY2

DEER CREEK DUATHLON                                     Columbus, Ohio
Run 2 miles, Bike 23 miles, Run 4 miles                   June 8, 2003

Celene won her age group, but said the open girls blew her doors off...or something like that.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Celene Peters

46

2

:

22

:

00

1F45

PIER 60 BEACH 5KM #1                                            June 13, 2003
Pier 60      Clearwater Beach, Florida

Hard packed flat sand and cooling breezes were reported for this first race of the sixth season for these fine low entry fee events. Resurgent Walt Sieg led the Forerunners finishesers and 86yr old Jack Parr was the first finisher in the 75+ division. Ginger Herring started, but somehow never arrived at the finish. Something about her inhaler, and everything going black.
187 finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Rikki Hacker

25

16

:

05

/

5

:

10.6

O.PK

KS

Christa Benton

19

19

:

04

/

6

:

08.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kim Donaldson

41

20

:

55

/

6

:

43.9

2F40

5

Marge Coffey

64

35

:

09

/

11

:

18.8

2F60

47

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Walt Sieg

43

20

:

10

/

6

:

29.4

4M40

19

Chuck McCann

51

21

:

21

/

6

:

52.3

2M50

27

Bill Castleman

62

23

:

27

/

7

:

32.8

3M60

51

Don Herring

61

30

:

20

/

9

:

45.8

9M60

94

Jack Parr

86

57

:

24

/

18

:

28.5

1M75

BEAT THE HEAT #1 3.07 Mile                                  June 14, 2003
E.L. Bing Park       Brandon, Florida

With low entry fees, minimal awards, and no frills, this three race summer series is a throwback to the old days of local running. The small attendance is likely due to the series oddly not appearing on the local "Race Place Magazine" calendar. 47yr old Mary Ann was the third overall finisher.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Kurt Able

22

16

:

23

/

5

:

16.0

CLW

FL

Mary Ann Protz

47

18

:

29

/

6

:

01.2

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

47

18

:

29

/

6

:

01.2

1 OA

1

PEACH FESTIVAL 5KM       Ft Valley, Georgia     June 14, 2002

Don ran this one recovering from a bout with the throat crud. Unfortunately some ringer snuck in from the Crimson Tide State and beat our guy to the finish for a rare age group loss.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Don Clark

66

22

:

56

/

7

:

22.9

2M65

25TH ANNUAL MANITOBA MARATHON            June 15, 2003
Winnepeg, Manitoba      Canada

Celia, from Sault Ste Marie, ran 2-1/2 minutes faster here in her home town than last year, three-peating her second place overall finish. Perhaps for Celia the fourth time will be the charm in 2004.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Ceila Moore

30

3

:

11

:

16

/

7

17.7

2 OA

2

FATHER'S DAY TRIATHLON                    Winter Haven, Florida
Swim 1/4mile, Bike 12miles, Run 3 miles              June 15, 2003

Lenore scored another award in her newfound sport of hard body triathloning.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Lenore Rupert

59

1

:

20

:

24

3F55

FORERUNNERS INTRAMURAL 5000 METERS TRACK RACE
June 17, 2003 (St Petersburg)                  June 25, 2003 (Tampa)

No surprise, the first of our 2003 Summer Intramural Track Races were greeted by atrocious heat and humidity. We note that there are no National Championship races held in Florida. Further, there are but two races over 5km anywhere in the state in the Summer months, and one of them is run at Midnight. Consider then that adamantine Ian Payne forged out a better than his road PR 17:18, and Mary Ann Protz, who has been tearing up the young girls on the road all Spring, clocked in at 19:30. Lots of PR's in this 12-1/2 lapper. If it was your first ever track 5000, that designation was automatic when you stepped on the finish stripe.

WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

47

19

:

30

/

6

:

16.6

Y

SP

5

Kim Donaldson

41

20

:

30

/

6

:

35.9

TPA

1

Erin Kowal

29

21

:

26

/

6

:

53.9

Y

SP

3

Lauri Reynolds

44

21

:

48

/

7

:

01.0

Y

SP

1

Mary Hanlon

48

21

:

58

/

7

:

04.2

SP

2

Erin Burgasser

31

22

:

15

/

7

:

09.7

SP

2

Karen Collins

39

23

:

29

/

7

:

33.2

Y

TPA

1

Jeanine Newcomb

45

24

:

35

/

7

:

54.7

Y

SP

4

Dottie Foster

57

24

:

45

/

7

:

58.0

Y

SP

3

Cindy Krager

55

26

:

48

/

8

:

37.5

SP

3

Leslee Sagristano

46

26

:

54

/

8

:

39.5

Y

SP

4

Lisa Brois

48

27

:

13

/

8

:

45.6

SP

3

Elaine Anthony

47

27

:

30

/

8

:

51.1

SP

5

Sheila King

__

27

:

57

/

8

:

59.7

Y

SP

5

Jennifer Parramore

50

41

:

05

/

13

:

13.4

Y

SP

5

Colleen Gray

41

41

:

05

/

13

:

13.4

Y

SP

5

MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ian Payne

35

17

:

18

/

5

:

34.1

Y

SP

1

Jim Duncan

31

18

:

27

/

5

:

56.3

TPA

1

Jim Burgasser

33

19

:

02

/

6

:

07.6

SP

5

Tom Swiersz

45

19

:

20

/

6

:

13.4

SP

3

Will Watson

17

19

:

52

/

6

:

23.6

Y

SP

4

Jim Rogan

38

20

:

09

/

6

:

29.1

Y

SP

5

Kevin Milkey

__

20

:

25

/

6

:

34.2

Y

SP

5

Dennis Dansby

33

21

:

00

/

6

:

45.5

Y

SP

5

Wes Reynolds

12

21

:

15

/

6

:

50.4

Y

SP

1

Bryan Reynolds

__

21

:

24

/

6

:

53.3

Y

SP

1

Chris Zucker

56

21

:

34

/

6

:

56.5

SP

5

John-Paul Newfield

15

21

:

55

/

7

:

03.2

Y

SP

4

Dan McClenathan

51

22

:

06

/

7

:

06.8

Y

SP

2

Paul Melidosian

38

22

:

39

/

7

:

17.4

Y

SP

3

Chuck McCann

51

22

:

59

/

7

:

23.8

SP

5

Chris Coleman

40

23

:

29

/

7

:

33.4

SP

3

Walt Davin

62

24

:

40

/

7

:

56.3

Y

SP

0

Mike Hayney

64

25

:

10

/

8

:

05.9

Y

SP

0

Cesar Fayad

53

27

:

07

/

8

:

43.7

SP

3

Don Herring

61

32

:

43

/

10

:

31.8

SP

5

PICNIC ISLAND ADVENTURE RUN                       June 20, 2003
Approximately 3 miles                  Picnic Island       Tampa, Florida

They ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles and they ran through the bushes where a rabbit wouldn't go. Lauri ran so fast that no girls could catch her, up and down, over and back, to the Gulf of Mexico. Well... Tampa Bay anyway. No age divisions in this race, but we've shown as though it did.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Steve Mandel

37

19

:

54

/

6

:

38.0

TPA

FL

Lauri Reynolds

44

23

:

36

/

7

:

52.0

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Wes Reynolds

12

23

:

03

/

7

:

41.0

1U15

17

Lauri Reynolds

44

23

:

36

/

7

:

52.0

1 OA

1

Murph Woehlk

48

29

:

13

/

9

:

44.3

1F45

25

Elaine Anthony

47

29

:

15

/

9

:

45.0

2F45

26

ARMED FORCES TRIATHLON                                June 21, 2003
Point Mugu Naval Air Station                           Ventura, California
Olympic Distance              (Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km, Run 10km)

Our man Mike, a United States Coastguardsman, did well here, but not well enough to make the International Armed Forces Triathlon Team. That honor is the domain of the younger guys, who cranked this race ten minutes faster than Mike.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Mike Ferreira

38

2

:

04

:

06

25

RACE THE TWILIGHT 1/2 MARATHON               June 21, 2003
Edmonton       Alberta, Canada

Laurie is our latest member to celebrate a special birthday in a special way. Yep, Laurie turned 40 on this day, and celebrated the event with a PR 1/2 marathon.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Laurie Moulton

40

1

:

50

:

26

/

8

25.5

Y

CLERMONT SPRINT TRIATHON                          June 22, 2003
Swim 1/4 mile, Bike 11 miles, Run 3 miles     Clermont, Florida

John-Paul Newfied also participated here, but broke his bike chain cranking up one of Clermont's big hills.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

Bill Picciano

37

51

:

25

JUP

FL

Malaika Homo

24

59

:

25

CMT

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Paul Melidosian

38

1

:

01

:

49

9M35

Will Watson

17

1

:

04

:

13

3M15

Kim Donaldson

41

1

:

07

:

26

1F40

FIRECRACKER 10KM     Daytona Beach, FL         June 22, 2003

In its 25 year history, this was one of Florida's classic club races. Then in a short three year span, DBTC directors changed it in steps from a Saturday to a Sunday event, reversed the direction of the out and back beach course, and finally cut the distance from 10 miles to 10km. We will no longer use the word "classic" in describing the event. Our guy Jim finished fifth overall.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Jim Duncan

31

39

:

01

/

6

:

16.7

2M30

5

MAUMEE BAY DUATHLON                                      June 22, 2003
Oregon, Ohio                 Run 2 miles, Bike 20 miles, Run 4 miles

Former Dunedin Florida resident Celene, who now lives one block from Lake Erie in southern Michigan, did handsprings over her 16.7mph bike improvement in this long race.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Celene Peters

46

1

:

58

:

04

2F45

PIER 60 BEACH 5KM #2                                            June 27, 2003
Pier 60      Clearwater Beach, Florida

Amy narrowly missed the overall win while Walt and Jonathan went 1-2 in the men's over 40 division. Kit Van Allan returned to racing after a six month absence with a hamstring injury. Building toward the future, preteens Erin, Shannon, and Tracy all placed high in their divisions. 86yr old Jack Parr leads the series in points with two first place division wins.
195 finished the out and back beach sand course.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Tony Teats

26

16

:

36

/

5

:

20.6

OMR

FL

Kim Miles

33

19

:

32

/

6

:

17.2

CLW

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

43

19

:

39

/

6

:

19.5

2 OA

2

Kit Van Allan

38

21

:

57

/

7

:

03.9

2F35

13

Erin McClenathan

12

23

:

30

/

7

:

33.8

2F12

21

Shannon McClen...

10

26

:

29

/

8

:

31.4

1F10

30

Tracy Rorer

12

27

:

54

/

8

:

58.8

4F12

38

Ginger Herring

60

29

:

08

/

9

:

22.6

2F60

46

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

James Duncan

31

18

:

31

/

5

:

57.6

1M30

10

Walt Sieg

43

19

:

46

/

6

:

21.7

1M40

17

Jonathan Dunford

43

20

:

28

/

6

:

35.2

2M40

26

Chuck McCann

51

21

:

14

/

6

:

50.0

1M50

37

Don Herring

61

30

:

15

/

9

:

44.2

5M60

95

Jack Parr

86

1

:

01

:

03

/

19

:

38.9

1M75

INDEPENDENCE DAY 5KM                                       June 28, 2003
Hunter's Green Development       Tampa, Florida

Grabbing the first opportunity for Independence Day festivities, this event chooses the weekend prior to fireworks day. Mary Ann provided her own fireworks, running away with the women's race in 18:45 for her fourth consecutive overall win. In case you don't know Mary Ann, at age 47 she is well past the age where people are supposed to be winning races overall.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Paul Hough

45

17

:

15

/

5

:

33.1

TPA

FL

Mary Ann Protz

47

18

:

45

/

6

:

02.1

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

47

18

:

45

/

6

:

02.1

1 OA

1

COCA COLA SPRINT TRIATHLON #3                 June 28, 2003
Deerfield Beach, Florida           Swim 1/4, Bike10, Run 2.6 miles

Interesting these triathlons. One can be very close in time to one's significant other, and not know it until time for comparison of the watches. We think everyone should go in one big wave.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

John Reback

33

45

:

44

Linda Neary

39

50

:

58

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Rick Downs

36

57

:

32

3CYD

Erin Kowal

29

57

:

53

5EL

RUN THRU HELL 5KM                                               June 29, 2003
Al Lopez Park       Tampa, Florida

An almost all night long rain and lightning storm laced this course with several areas of standing water and slippery mud. Notre Dame University cross country and pre-med graduate Mike Greiwe felt right at home in the slop.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike Greiwe

25

16

:

23

/

5

:

16.4

TPA

FL

Amanda Quick

15

19

:

19

/

6

:

13.1

LTZ

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

51

21

:

25

/

6

:

53.6

2M50