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FORERUNNERS JULY 2002 RACE RESULTS

23RD ANNUAL MIDNIGHT RUN 10KM & 3KM    July 4, 2002
Dunedin Causeway      Dunedin, Florida

1300+ in the two races we’re told. The boys (Steve, Dan, Jim D, and David) swept their 30-34 age division. Jeanne Lesniak stormed the women's race in fourth place, and with Carol and Jennifer finished 1, 2, 4, in the 25-29 group. Only one team PR on this night, or morning depending on your perspective……Jim Rogan’s 44:57, six minutes under his previous standard. A few miles. A little speed work. Amazing what happens!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Tony Teats

25

32

:

37

/

5

:

14.9

OLD

FL

Christa Benton

18

37

:

35

/

6

:

02.9

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jeanne Lesniak

29

41

:

07

/

6

:

37.0

1F25

4

Carol Obendorf

28

44

:

30

/

7

:

09.7

2F25

12

Jennifer Hunt

28

46

:

13

/

7

:

26.3

4F35

16

Murph Woehlk

47

49

:

21

/

7

:

56.5

3F45

Ginger Herring

59

1

:

00

:

12

/

9

:

41.3

2F55

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

34

:

57

/

5

:

37.5

1M30

4

Dan Ecker

32

36

:

22

/

5

:

51.1

2M30

6

Jim Duncan

31

37

:

43

/

6

:

04.2

3M30

14

David Joyce

31

38

:

48

/

6

:

14.6

4M30

22

Joe Burgasser

63

40

:

32

/

6

:

31.4

1M60

36

Walt Sieg

42

43

:

18

/

6

:

58.1

Chuck McCann

50

43

:

53

/

7

:

03.7

2M50

73

Jim Rogan

37

44

:

57

/

7

:

14.0

Y

Mike Birnbaum

46

45

:

37

/

7

:

20.5

Dan McClenathan

50

46

:

30

/

7

:

29.0

Jim White

48

51

:

18

/

8

:

15.3

Emery Jewell

76

52

:

47

/

8

:

30.0

1M70

Don Herring

60

59

:

44

/

9

:

36.7

4M60

3KM

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Andy Biladeau

15

9

:

24

/

5

:

02.6

TPA

FL

Danielle Coyle

16

12

:

20

/

6

:

37.0

NPR

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Marjorie Wilcox

25

12

:

41

/

6

:

48.3

1F25

2

Janice Scott

51

14

:

37

/

7

:

50.5

1F50

16TH ANNUAL INDEPENDENCE DAY 5KM            July 4, 2002
Town Center       Lutz, Florida

This race is a reminder of July 4, in small town USA with banners, fire trucks on display, pigs roasting, decorated bicycles, parades, and Uncle Sam costumes. 286 finishers enjoyed the atmosphere. Jennifer ran her first race ever!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Kurt Able

16

16

:

34

/

5

:

20.0

WC

FL

Micah Adranni

24

19

:

11

/

6

:

10.5

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan DeRussy

59

25

:

57

/

8

:

21.1

Vivian DeRussy

44

28

:

21

/

9

:

07.5

Lenore Rupert

58

28

:

19

/

9

:

06.8

4F55

Jennifer Parramore

49

34

:

00

/

10

:

56.6

19TH ANNUAL FIRECRACKER ROAD MILE          July 4, 2002
Downtown Clawson, Michigan

Celene scorched the pavement on this 84 degree Michigan morning. The whole town of Clawson turns out to watch this annual event, run straight down Main Street, and part of a full day of 4th of July festivities.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PR

DIV

OA

Celene Peters

46

5

:

59

Y

3M

12

CRYSTAL RIVER, FLORIDA, TRIATHLON             July 4, 2002
Swim 1/4 mile, Bike 15miles, Run 3 miles

Melanie doesn’t yet own a road bike. Woohoo when she get’s one.

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Melanie Rowton

29

1

:

20

:

27

2F25

17

KENO BROTHERS DUATHLON    Miami, Florida   July 4, 2002
Run 2miles, Bike 10miles, Run 2miles

And today’s question is……Who are the Keno Brothers?

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Mike Ferreira

37

49

:

09

3 OA

3

Sandy Shelton

33

__

:

__

PEACHTREE ROAD RACE 10KM                               July 4, 2002
Atlanta, Georgia

55,000 ran this mega event down Peachtree Street. If you are up front at the start and ready to rock, the course is lightning fast. Otherwise, look forward to a sea of bobbing heads.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Richard Simpson

73

1

:

10

:

35

/

11

:

21.5

KENTFEST 10KM                                                           July 6, 2002
Kent State University      Kent, Ohio

Ned reports a "perfect day for running" sunny f65 for this event on the infamous Kent State University campus. 80 yr old Ned wupped up on everyone age 70 & over. For those under 40, today’s test question is; For what incident is Kent State U infamous.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett

85

1

:

00

:

46

/

9

:

46.7

1M70

39TH CALGARY MIRACLE MARATHON                July 7, 2002
Downtown Calgary,       Alberta, Canada

Like all of southern Canada, Calgary sweltered in f80 heat on this Sunday. Nancy, who lives in North Bay, Ontario and trains mostly in long tights to keep warm, ran the first of her planned six marathons at age 60. She won her F60 division by default, apparently the only Canadian sexagenarian gal ready for the distance on this day.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Nancy Moulton

60

4

:

56

:

34

/

11

:

18.7

1F60

PIER 60 BEACH 5KM #3                                            July 12, 2002
Clearwater Beach, Florida

The winds returned for this third race of the WFY Runners Club Summer Beach Series. Steve won going away. The McClenathan girls keep getting faster and faster but have a ways to go to catch Mom though. 85yr old Jack won the 75+ division for the third time. Jack could place top three in the five race series for the men. 170 finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Steve Wilcox

31

17

:

18

/

5

:

34.1

SP

FL

Christa Benton

18

18

:

24

/

5

:

55.3

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

42

20

:

10

/

6

:

29.4

3 OA

3

Kit VanAllan

37

20

:

38

/

6

:

38.5

1F35

4

ShannonMcClena...

9

25

:

05

/

8

:

04.4

1U11

19

Jennifer Hunt

28

25

:

20

/

8

:

09.2

1F25

22

Erin McClenathan

11

25

:

34

/

8

:

13.7

2U13

25

Ginger Herring

59

30

:

54

/

9

:

56.7

2F55

45

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

17

:

18

/

5

:

34.1

1 OA

1

Jim Duncan

31

18

:

55

/

6

:

05.3

2M30

11

Walt Sieg

42

21

:

06

/

6

:

47.5

3M40

26

Chuck McCann

50

21

:

35

/

6

:

56.8

2M50

29

Dan McClenathan

50

22

:

42

/

7

:

18.4

5M50

40

Don Herring

60

29

:

16

/

9

:

25.2

4M60

81

Jack Parr

85

55

:

35

/

17

:

53.4

1M75

92

RUNDOWN AT SUNDOWN 5KM                             July 12, 2002
Carrollton, Georgia

Hills, hills, and high humidity exclaimed Cowboy Don about this one. Let it be known however that our guy, who lives in that great metropolis of Manchester Georgia, has won his division in every Georgia race entered since turning 65 last September.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Don Clark

65

22

:

48

/

7

:

20.3

1M65

41

MUSTANG 5KM       Memphis, Tennessee               July 13, 2002

Buzz and Rose added some spice to their vacation with this one.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Buzz Hoge

67

31

:

20

/

10

:

05.1

2M65

Rose Hoge

69

34

:

58

/

11

:

15.2

1F65

TAYLOR, MICHIGAN 5KM                                       July 13, 2002

Ensconced in Michigan for most of July, Celene continued her strong summer racing season.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Celene Peters

46

21

:

20

/

6

:

52.0

3 OA

3

LOBSTER FESTIVAL 10KM                                      July 14, 2002
Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada

Pictou is a hilly town on the north central coast of Nova Scotia, thirty five miles north of the 200yr old Eureka home of Mary and Ken. At McDonalds here, you can get Lobster McNuggets. No kidding!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ken Hetherington

58

43

:

00

/

6

:

55.2

3M50

Mary Cantrell

52

48

:

54

/

7

:

52.2

1F50

CLERMONT SPRINT TRIATHLON #2                    July 14, 2002
Waterfront Park       Clermont, Florida
Swim 1/4mile, Bike 11miles, Run 3 miles

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Bill Picciano

36

51

:

10

JUP

FL

Sara McLarty

19

59

:

29

DEL

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Bryan Bartlett

37

1

:

07

:

46

Melanie Rowton

29

1

:

11

:

33

1FT

John-Paul Newfield

14

1

:

12

:

22

1M14

FORERUNNERS 2002 INTRAMURAL TRACK RACE #2
5000 METERS       July 16, 2002 (St Petersburg) July 23 (Sault Ste Marie) July 24 (Tampa)

We had frightful 95/95 heat/humidity in St Pete for all of the main heats. Celia’s friend Sherri Smith, who has run 10km in 33 minutes, helped her with pacing on her 19:09 fastest time for our girls.

WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

LOC

HT

Celia Moore

29

19

:

09

/

6

:

09.8

Y

SSM

4

Mary Ann Protz

46

20

:

41

/

6

:

39.4

SP

3

Kit VanAllen

37

20

:

43

/

6

:

40.1

Y

SP

3

Erin Lynch

30

21

:

49

/

7

:

01.3

Y

SP

3

Jaqueline Baras

19

24

:

46

/

7

:

58.3

Y

SP

1

Lisa Brois

47

24

:

53

/

8

:

00.5

SP

3

Cindy Krager

54

26

:

04

/

8

:

23.4

Y

SP

2

MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

LOC

HT

Jim Burgasser

31

17

:

29

/

5

:

37.6

SP

3

Jeremy Meyer

17

17

:

57

/

5

:

46.6

Y

SP

3

Dave Meri

3_

18

:

31

/

5

:

57.6

SP

3

David Joyce

31

18

:

53

/

6

:

04.7

SP

3

Howard Bergen

33

19

:

04

/

6

:

08.2

SP

3

Joe Burgasser

63

19

:

19

/

6

:

13.0

SP

1

Joe Burgasser

63

19

:

30

/

6

:

16.6

TPA

4

Chris Zucker

55

20

:

20

/

6

:

32.7

SP

3

Erick Barrie

26

21

:

38

/

6

:

57.8

SP

2

Matt Spicer

12

22

:

03

/

7

:

05.8

Y

SP

2

Tim Spicer

12

22

:

40

/

7

:

17.7

Y

SP

2

Brandon Spicer

12

22

:

41

/

7

:

18.0

Y

SP

2

Chris Coleman

39

23

:

36

/

7

:

35.7

Y

SP

2

Jim White

48

24

:

57

/

8

:

01.8

SP

2

Dan DeRussy

59

26

:

39

/

8

:

34.6

SP

3

Walt Sieg

42

26

:

39

/

8

:

34.6

SP

3

Jack Lee

45

28

:

56

/

9

:

18.7

Y

SP

2

Hal Cook Racewalk

75

40

:

19

/

12

:

58.6

Y

SP

1

HOT AS A GRILLE 5KM                                             July 19, 2002
Pass-a-Grille Beach, Florida

180 finishers

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike Deren

15

17

:

06

/

5

:

30.2

BL

NY

Carol Glasscock

35

19

:

30

/

6

:

16.6

SPB

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Carol Glasscock

35

19

:

30

/

6

:

16.6

1 OA

1

Kit VanAllan

37

19

:

44

/

6

:

21.1

1F35

2

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

40

/

6

:

39.1

2M50

SAVE YOUR SKIN 3 MILE RUN                                July 20, 2002
Largo, Florida

167 finishers

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jack Silva

45

17

:

27

/

5

:

49.0

RVW

FL

Karen Gately

46

19

:

53

/

6

:

37.7

LRG

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Hank Bergen

33

17

:

49

/

5

:

56.3

1M30

2

Chuck McCann

50

19

:

27

/

6

:

29.0

2M50

ENGLEWOOD, FLORIDA, YMCA TRIATHLON   July 21, 2002
Swim 1/4 mile, Bike 13miles, Run 3 miles

Melanie continued her unbeaten fat tire division streak in this annual event on Florida’s southwest gulf coast.

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Melanie Rowton

29

1

:

18

:

35

1FT

PIER 60 BEACH 5KM #4                                            July 26, 2002
Clearwater Beach, Florida

Jack remains undefeated. Chuck beat Walt in a stirring duel. 168 Finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Dan Doromal

19

16

:

46

/

5

:

23.8

TPA

FL

Christa Benton

18

18

:

11

/

5

:

51.1

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Kit VanAllan

37

19

:

49

/

6

:

22.7

3 OA

3

Jennifer Hunt

28

23

:

18

/

7

:

30.0

2F25

11

Ginger Herring

59

29

:

35

/

9

:

31.3

3F55

43

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

41

/

6

:

39.4

2M50

24

Walt Sieg

42

21

:

04

/

6

:

46.8

6M40

29

Don Herring

60

28

:

09

/

9

:

03.6

3M60

Jack Parr

85

55

:

20

/

17

:

48.6

1M75

OHIO SENIOR OLYMPICS TRACK & FIELD       July 27, 2002
Jessie Owens Stadium       Columbus, Ohio

Ned ran his two events in rain that tested the term "all weather track". Ned says he "never saw it rain so hard". He won both of his events in the Men’s 80-84 division.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett 800M

80

4

:

09

1M80

1500M

9

:

46

/

10

:

28.8

1M80

BLUEWATER DUATHLON      Michigan                July 27, 2002
Run 2.8km, Bike 40km, Run 10km

Since leaving Florida for the summer in late June, Celene apparently added biking to her repertoire.

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Celene Peters

46

2

:

44

:

04

 

STRANGEMAN’S 10TH ANNUAL BEACH BIATHLON & 5KM
Run 2miles, Swim 1/4mile, Run 2 miles, Swim 1/4mile
Clearwater Beach, Florida                                           July 27, 2002

Sandy lost by 3 seconds. 158 finishers

OVERALL BIATH

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Marty Gaal

30

37

:

29

ORL

FL

Rebecca Alexander

30

42

:

42

SPB

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Mike Ferreira

37

40

:

32

1M35

7

Sandy Shelton

32

42

:

45

2 OA

2

Melanie Rowton

29

46

:

35

2F25

Carol Glasscock

35

47

:

55

3F35

Lisa Brois

29

49

:

29

2F45

5KM RUN

Jeanne won overall. Chuck did the Friday/Saturday race double. 72 finishers

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

NAT

ST

Gabit Shaimerdenov

32

19

:

16

/

6

:

12.1

KSN

Jeanne Lesniak

29

21

:

00

/

6

:

45.5

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Jeanne Lesniak

29

21

:

00

/

6

:

45.5

1 OA

1

Chuck McCann

50

22

:

06

/

7

:

06.8

1M50

4

IRONMAN NEW YORK TRIATHLON       Lake Placid, NY
Swim 2.4miles, Bike 112miles, Run 26.2miles       July 28, 2002

A group of St Pete triathletes including Danny Nolan, Greg Sironen, Doug Franzese, and Forerunner Kim Donaldson traveled north for this huge in participation and highly competitive ironman. Kim, victorious in her last two marathons at Jacksonville and Ocala, became our first ever team Ironwoman while well under the tough twelve hour mark.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Kim Donaldson

40

11

:

50

:

40

5 F40

LAKESIDE TRIATHLON       London, Ontario, Canada
Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km, Run 10km                        July 28, 2002

Meanwhile, up in Canada, Celia Moore was surprising all the competition with her overall win in this city's annual weekend multisport festival.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Celia Moore

29

2

:

32

:

29

1 OA

1

OHIO SENIOR OLYMPICS 5KM                              July 30, 2002
Three Rivers Park       Columbus, Ohio

Ned reported a cool 73 degrees for his gold medal 5km.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett

80

29

:

25

/

9

:

28.1

1M80