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FORERUNNERS SEPTEMBER 2002 RACE RESULTS

CALLAWAY GARDENS, GA 5KM                   September 1, 2002

65 year old Don turned heads with his sixth place overall perfomance on this hilly course among the trees and flowers of Georgia's famous Callaway Gardens.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Don Clark

65

22

:

47

/

7

:

20.0

1GM

6

24TH ANNUAL DAVENPORT LABOR DAY 5KM
Civic Center       Davenport, Florida                   September 2, 2002

Jim traveled the eighty miles from St Petersburg to Davenport for this small home town style race. He wowed the locals with his big city speed to win overall by 45 seconds.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Duncan

31

30

:

08

/

6

:

03.7

1 OA

1

JIMMY HAWBOLDT MEMORIAL 5 MILE    September 2, 2002
Victoria Park, Westville,       Nova Scotia Canada

52 yr old Mary beat all the girls except two. Ken was one of four 50-59yr olds in the first seven finishers. It was a fine day for racing in Nova Scotia, where the leaves are already starting to turn.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ken Hetherington

59

33

:

54

/

6

:

46.8

4M50

7

Mary Cantrell

52

37

:

49

/

7

:

33.8

1F50

3

LABOR OF LOVE 5 MILE     Akron, Ohio      September 2, 2002

With age groups ending at 65+, Ned was in unfair competition in this cleverly named Labor Day event.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ned Bennett

80

52

:

12

/

10

:

26.4

 

 

24TH WARHOOP SPRINT 3 MILE CROSS COUNTRY
Lake Seminole Park     Seminole, Florida       September 7, 2002

The 24th annual running of this event saw the advent of a new and true cross-country course. As professed by the director prior to the start, "If you like grass, and trails, and trees, and water, all mixed together, you'll like this course." Highlight was the infamous Indian Creek, crossed by leaping, wading, or swimming, just past two miles. Marking the beginning of the local fall race season, this one definitely got its participants' juices jangling. Out of 105 finishers, 37 women and 51 men filled out and turned in their finish cards.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Matt Umholtz

23

16

:

27

/

5

:

29.0

TPA

FL

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

35

/

6

:

31.7

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

35

/

6

:

31.7

1 OA

1

Mary Ann Protz

46

19

:

40

/

6

:

33.3

1F45

2

Marjorie Wilcox

26

23

:

50

/

7

:

56.7

1F25

8

Lisa Brois

47

24

:

27

/

8

:

09.0

3F45

10

Erin McClenathan

11

26

:

12

/

8

:

44.0

2U13

13

ShannonMcClena...

9

26

:

46

/

8

:

55.3

1U11

14

Wendy Burgasser

49

27

:

53

/

9

:

17.7

4F45

15

Ginger Herring

59

28

:

50

/

9

:

21.8

1F55

16

Hannah Stein

9

30

:

46

/

10

:

15.3

2U11

30

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

17

:

00

/

5

:

40.0

1M30

3

Jim Burgasser

33

17

:

04

/

5

:

42.3

2M30

4

Jim Duncan

31

18

:

11

/

6

:

03.7

3M30

11

Joe Burgasser

63

18

:

55

/

6

:

18.3

1M60

13

Dan McClenathan

50

21

:

02

/

7

:

00.7

3M50

22

Don Herring

60

28

:

50

/

9

:

36.7

4M60

47

GREEK FEST 5KM       Charlotte, NC               September 7, 2002

Carol got her first certified course sub 20 minute 5km here, so we're gonna call it a PR. She was thirteenth overall female, so these bible belt girls are obviously quite fast!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Carol Obendorf

28

19

:

57

/

6

:

25.3

3F25

13

ST PETERSBURG TRIATHLON                       September 8, 2002
Spa Beach      St Petersburg, Florida
Swim 1/2mile, Bike 15miles, Run 3miles

 

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

David Picciano

36

1

:

03

:

47

OKD

FL

Sara Rosenkranz

32

1

:

15

:

12

CLT

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Melanie Rowton

29

1

:

18

:

25

2F25

Kim Donaldson

41

1

:

22

:

27

2F40

Kit Van Allan

37

1

:

24

:

23

6F35

Laurel Harris

40

1

:

34

:

27

Celene Brink

47

1

:

54

:

16

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

John-Paul Newfield

14

1

:

19

:

06

1U15

Rick Downs

36

1

:

19

:

45

6CYD

Weston Wall

13

1

:

28

:

47

5U15

Mike Ward

55

1

:

30

:

27

Walt Davin

61

1

:

35

:

56

4M60

FT EDMONTON 5KM                                          September 8, 2002
Edmonton      Alberta, Canada

Laurie says it was 2 Centigrade for this race, which works out to 36 Fahrenheit. Dream on, Southerners!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Laurie Moulton

39

26

:

10

/

8

:

25.3

RUN FOR THE GOLD 5KM                                September 8, 2002
Al Lopez Park      Tampa, Florida

153 finishers, 84 Men, 57 Women & 12 unknown (who didn't turn in their finish cards).

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Gabit Shaimerdenov

32

16

:

51

/

5

:

13.8

TPA

FL

Brigette Moreno

12

19

:

36

/

6

:

18.5

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

19

:

56

/

6

:

24.9

4M50

17

Emery Jewell

76

23

:

45

/

7

:

38.6

1M70

48

RUN FOR FREEDOM 5KM BEACH RACE   September 11, 2002
Siesta Key Beach,      Sarasota, Florida

350 patriotic runners turned out in monsoon conditions for this evening race up and back on the flooded Siesta Key beach.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

39

/

6

:

38.8

1M50

14TH ANNUAL TARPON SPRINGS TRIATHLON
Fred Howard Park       Tarpon Springs, Fl     September 14, 2002
Swim .25 mile, Bike 10.5 miles, Run 2.9 miles

A small but competitive group of Forerunners at this one.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Mark Williamson

26

 

 

49

:

21

GVL

FL

Beth Carte

30

 

 

55

:

09

CLT

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

37

 

 

59

:

36

1F35

Laurel Harris

40

1

:

06

:

33

6F40

Hal Cook

75

1

:

34

:

27

1M75

Buzz Hoge

67

2

:

04

:

50

5M65

NAPLES ON THE RUN 20KM                         September 15, 2002
Naples, Florida

Jason Bodnar from Ft Lauderdale and Bethany Heslam from North Port won overall. Look at those Forerunners women, overall places 4, 5, 7, 8, & 9!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Bodnar, Jason

30

1

:

07

:

28

/

5

:

25.7

FTL

FL

Bethany Heslam

__

1

:

20

:

54

/

6

:

30.6

NP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

46

1

:

25

:

30

/

6

:

52.8

Y

1M

4

Lisa Valentine

41

1

:

26

:

50

/

6

:

59.2

1F40

5

Sandy Shelton

32

1

:

29

:

28

/

7

:

11.9

2F30

7

Denise Skinner

46

1

:

29

:

49

/

7

:

13.6

1F45

8

Amy McClenathan

42

1

:

30

:

32

/

7

:

17.1

2F40

9

Erin Lynch

31

1

:

34

:

55

/

7

:

38.2

3F30

12

Jennifer Hunt

28

1

:

38

:

27

/

7

:

55.3

Y

1F25

Wendy Burgasser

49

1

:

53

:

23

/

9

:

07.4

Ginger Herring

59

2

:

00

:

24

/

9

:

41.3

2F55

Vivian DeRussy

45

2

:

35

:

53

/

12

:

32.6

Jean Lindley

54

2

:

35

:

55

/

12

:

32.7

Lenore Rupert

59

2

:

39

:

14

/

12

:

48.7

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan Ecker

33

1

:

15

:

33

/

6

:

04.7

1M30

7

Steve Wilcox

33

1

:

16

:

58

/

6

:

11.6

2M30

8

Mike Ferreira

38

1

:

18

:

40

/

6

:

19.8

2M35

10

Jim Burgasser

33

1

:

19

:

13

/

6

:

22.4

3M30

12

Jim Duncan

31

1

:

20

:

24

/

6

:

28.2

4M30

15

Joseph Burgasser

64

1

:

23

:

00

/

6

:

40.7

1GM

23

Jonathan Dunford

42

1

:

28

:

40

/

7

:

08.1

Walt Sieg

42

1

:

28

:

50

/

7

:

08.9

Dan McClenathan

50

1

:

38

:

10

/

7

:

53.9

John Witmer

26

1

:

39

:

14

/

7

:

59.1

Y

1M25

Jim Rogan

37

1

:

42

:

40

/

8

:

15.7

Y

Don Herring

60

2

:

17

:

51

/

11

:

05.5

Dan DeRussy

59

2

:

18

:

10

/

11

:

07.0

TORONTO WATERFRONT MARATHON
Toronto, Canada                                                  September 15, 2002

Number three marathon and number three age group win of the 2002 summer for Nancy. Still no cool weather this season for Canada marathons though. Nancy says this one was "just another Sunday long run."

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Nancy Moulton

60

4

:

59

:

27

/

11

:

25.3

Y

1F60

IRONMAN WISCONSIN TRIATHLON        September 15, 2002
Madison, WI
Swim 2.4 Miles, Bike 112 miles, Run 26.2 Miles

Bryan made his first Ironman a good one, breaking the coveted 12 hour mark in Wisconsin's capitol city.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PR

DIV

OA

Bryan Bartlett

37

11

:

47

:

12

Y

5TH ANNUAL RACE FOR THE CURE 5KM
Straub Park      St Petersburg, Florida          September 21, 2002

If seen on TV sports coverage, this event along St Petersburg's showplace waterfront parks would seem an idilic setting for a road race. What doesn't show on the tube though is the f80, 95% humidity conditions that frequent the Florida 28th parallel in late September. 41yr old Lisa Valentine led five Forerunners women in the top ten across the finish, all under 20 minutes. Karen McHugh, Diane Grieco, Carolyn Reichle, and Jim Rogan ran certified Course PR's (personal records) on this tough day. Steve Wilcox and Jim Burgasser led our men's team with 4th and 7th place overall finishes.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

John Biffar

19

16

:

15

/

5

:

13.8

SP

FL

Vicki Stum

32

18

:

56

/

6

:

15.6

CLW

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Lisa Valentine

41

19

:

02

/

6

:

07.6

1M

2

Jeanne Lesniak

29

19

:

06

/

6

:

08.8

4

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

20

/

6

:

13.4

2M

6

Mary Ann Protz

46

19

:

29

/

6

:

16.2

3M

7

Kit Van Allan

37

19

:

53

/

6

:

24.9

10

Denise Skinner

46

20

:

47

/

6

:

41.4

17

Lisa Brois

47

23

:

58

/

7

:

42.8

67

Flora Cook

40

24

:

01

/

7

:

43.8

68

Jennifer Hunt

28

24

:

14

/

7

:

48.2

81

Marjorie Wilcox

24

24

:

17

/

7

:

48.9

82

Dottie Foster

56

24

:

21

/

7

:

50.2

87

Cindy Krager

54

25

:

14

/

8

:

07.3

Laurel Harris

40

25

:

24

/

8

:

10.5

Karen McHugh

43

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Y

Diane Greico

46

27

:

23

/

8

:

48.8

Y

Jean Lindley

54

30

:

48

/

9

:

54.8

Carolyn Reichle

53

31

:

00

/

9

:

58.6

Lesley Richardson

34

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Lenore Rupert

59

35

:

22

/

11

:

23.0

Vivian DeRussy

45

35

:

22

/

11

:

23.0

Bernie Brown

48

36

:

32

/

11

:

45.5

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

31

17

:

02

/

5

:

28.9

4

Jim Burgasser

33

17

:

19

/

5

:

34.4

7

Hank Bergen

33

18

:

45

/

6

:

02.1

23

Joe Burgasser

64

18

:

54

/

6

:

05.0

26

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

07

/

6

:

28.5

51

Daryl Blume

44

20

:

20

/

6

:

32.7

58

Jim Rogan

37

20

:

32

/

6

:

36.5

Y

64

Dan McClenathan

50

20

:

41

/

6

:

39.4

67

Mark Gray

45

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Jon Wilson

57

22

:

10

/

7

:

08.1

Richard Simpson

73

31

:

13

/

10

:

02.8

Jack Parr

85

55

:

10

/

17

:

45.3

HALL'S HAS IT 5KM                                        September 21, 2002
Knoxville, Tennessee

Jim ran this hilly southern race in the rain to celebrate his 51st birthday. Main reason for the Craig family trip though was to watch the Florida Gators football team trounce Tennessee.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Craig

51

27

:

40

/

8

:

54.3

3M50

HELMETS AND HARDHATS 10KM & 5KM
Florida Aquarium      Tampa, Florida              September 28, 2002

This first time event had no age division awards and a dual start 20 minutes later than the advertised 8:30am. It was 80+ degrees, 90% humidity, and full sun by race time. 46 years old Mary Ann Protz won the women's 10km race overall. Chuck shut down at 5 miles in the 10km and ran in with his wife.

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Gabit Shaimerdenov

19

36

:

56

/

5

:

56.7

TPA

FL

Mary Ann Protz

46

40

:

42

/

6

:

33.0

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Walt Sieg

42

40

:

03

/

6

:

26.7

10

Mary Ann Protz

46

40

:

42

/

6

:

33.0

1F

Daryl Blume

44

44

:

00

/

7

:

04.8

16

Chuck McCann

50

52

:

53

/

8

:

30.6

43

Jim Craig

51

1

:

02

:

02

/

9

:

59.0

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Adriano Alcoz

35

18

:

38

/

5

:

39.8

CLW

FL

Katie Horn

38

21

:

47

/

7

:

00.7

LTZ

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

50

21

:

22

/

6

:

52.6

11

PEANUT FESTIVAL 5KM        Plains, GA     September 28, 2002

Old Don was crusin' along pretty good in this one, then got overenthusiastic with watch button pushing at 2 miles and sent his chronometer flying. Imagine farsighted Don down on his hands and knees in the street looking for the thing with his competitors whizzing by. Our guy still got to the finish first in his division though. Plains resident, former President Jimmy Carter, gave out the awards, noting that Don's time was "pretty fast for a guy your age".

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Don Clark

66

22

:

32

/

7

:

15.1

1M65

38

7TH ANNUAL KILLER BEE 5KM                   September 28, 2002
St Ambrose University       Davenport, Iowa

Jack said the folks in Iowa are having something called "Autumn". We looked it up in the Florida dictionary, and it's a season "up north" following summer where the temperature gets cooler. Jack promised to describe it in detail.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jack Lee

45

26

:

45

/

8

:

36.6

GREAT RACE 10KM        Pittsburgh, PA      September 29, 2002

This has historically been a very fast course. Bob ran his fastest ever 5km for the first half of the race, then ran even faster for the second half. Kenyans took the first dozen places to lead 6,500 runners to the finish.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Bob Flajnik

35

34

:

28

/

5

:

32.8

Y

3M35

46

ACE & TJ'S 15KM       Cornelius, NC           September 29, 2002

With the first five local women under one hour on this hilly course, it appears these North Carolina girls are tough. Carol is still learning the incline stuff.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Carol Obendorf

28

1

:

07

:

20

/

7

:

13.4

1 CLY