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FORERUNNERS OCTOBER 2002 RACE RESULTS

10TH ANNUAL STETSON LAW RUN 5KM       October 5, 2002
Stetson College of Law      Gulfport, Florida

Why this race doesn't draw 500 people is a mystery. The setting at Stetson College, originally built as the Rolyat Hotel is right out of Architectural Digest. The course distance is certified (FL980098DL), and entirely on neighborhood streets with every cross street monitored. The non-rip off entry fee includes a pancake, bagel, fruit and homemade bread breakfast. Awards are quick and announced during the breakfast in the huge 50ft high ceiling dining hall. In short, it's a race for runners, with no charities, no pledges, just simple competitive racing. 111 finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Brian Calder

17

17

:

01

/

5

:

28.6

CLW

FL

Mary Ann Protz

46

19

:

06

/

6

:

08.8

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

46

19

:

06

/

6

:

08.8

1 OA

1

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

13

/

6

:

11.1

1F40

2

Lisa Valentine

41

19

:

29

/

6

:

16.2

2F40

3

Marjorie Wilcox

26

22

:

28

/

7

:

13.9

1F25

8

Julie Ann Choat

26

24

:

53

/

8

:

00.5

2F25

15

Cindy Krager

54

24

:

54

/

8

:

00.8

2F50

16

Ginger Herring

59

28

:

02

/

9

:

01.4

2F55

Rose Hoge

70

35

:

03

/

11

:

16.9

1F70

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Walt Sieg

42

18

:

24

/

5

:

55.3

3M40

8

Joe Burgasser

64

18

:

52

/

6

:

04.3

1M60

10

Steve Wilcox

31

17

:

00

/

6

:

04.3

2M30

11

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

39

/

6

:

38.8

2M50

17

Dan McClenathan

50

20

:

52

/

6

:

42.9

3M50

20

Mike Ward

55

21

:

04

/

6

:

46.8

1M55

21

Pat McClenathan

13

27

:

26

/

8

:

49.8

2U15

Don Herring

60

27

:

42

/

8

:

54.9

2M60

RACE FOR SIGHT 5KM       Tampa, Florida        October 5, 2002

An overall win for Kit at this small Tampa race. 34 women and 52 men finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Alberto Reyes

34

18

:

44

/

6

:

01.8

TPA

FL

Kit Van Allan

37

19

:

32

/

6

:

17.2

PH

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

37

19

:

32

/

6

:

17.2

1 OA

1

BLOOMINGDALE 5KM      Brandon, Florida      October 5, 2002

Hard to figure out how anyone found out about this completely unpublicized race. Ever on the lookout Jean, somehow did.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jean Lindley

54

29

:

50

/

9

:

36.1

2F50

2ND ANNUAL WHARTON WILDCAT 5KM      October 5, 2002
Wharton HS     Tampa, Florida

86 finishers

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Ryan Kniery

16

18

:

04

/

5

:

48.9

TPA

FL

Laurie Setley

39

22

:

49

/

7

:

20.6

WCL

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

None

7TH ANNUAL POLICE MEMORIAL 5KM        October 12, 2002
Lykes Gaslight Park     Tampa, Florida

Like the Stetson Law run the previous week, the Police Memorial 5km is another "sleeper" race that should draw out every running enthusiast within a fifty mile radius. The $10 entry fee included enough food to regain a weeks worth of running calories, and two tickets to a Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game. Awards were crafted out of marble and onyx. No plastic here! Another race for runners. No causes, no pledges, just simple competitive racing. The three Forerunners women entered ran 2-3-4. There were 554 participants.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mickey Hooke

41

16

:

43

/

5

:

22.8

BTN

FL

Vicki Stum

32

18

:

40

/

6

:

00.5

SP

CLW

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Lisa Valentine

41

19

:

26

/

6

:

15.3

1M

2

Amy McClenathan

42

19

:

28

/

6

:

15.9

1F40

3

Kit Van Allan

37

19

:

31

/

6

:

16.9

1F35

4

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Walt Sieg

42

18

:

28

/

5

:

56.6

3M40

11

Joe Burgasser

64

18

:

53

/

6

:

04.7

2M60

19

Jim Rogan

37

19

:

45

/

6

:

21.4

Y

2M35

27

Mike Birnbaum

46

20

:

22

/

6

:

33.3

Y

5M45

38

Dan McClenathan

50

20

:

40

/

6

:

39.1

4M50

46

Chuck McCann

50

21

:

24

/

6

:

53.3

5M50

Emery Jewell

76

24

:

42

/

7

:

57.0

1M75

MICANOPY HALF MARATHON                        October 12, 2002
Micanopy, Florida

Many hills in this cow country half marathon. Jim and Jimmy ran strong, finishing 1-2 in the M30 age division.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Burgasser

33

1

:

22

:

07

/

6

:

15.8

1M30

7

Jim Duncan

31

1

:

23

:

39

/

6

:

22.9

2M30

8

PEACHTREE CITY (GEORGIA) 15KM              October 12, 2002

Racing with a sore hamstring, Don says the only thing good about this one was that he was 5th overall Georgia in the State age graded division.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Don Clark

66

1

:

17

:

38

/

8

:

19.7

2M65

CHICAGO MARATHON            Grant Park      October 13, 2002

With a women's world record and four men under 2:06:20, this was obviously a good day for racing through the streets of downtown and outlying Chicago. Jennifer and Mark qualified for Boston for the first time, while Hank reached his six-year goal of running sub 3 hours. Rick PR'd by half and hour and Alan ran well under his goal of 4 hours. John ran his first marathon and Bryan, fresh off Ironman Wisconsin, paced his Sister. There were few disappointments on this day, none among the Forerunners.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Khalid Khannouchi

30

2

:

05

:

56

/

4

:

48.2

NY

NY

Paula Radcliff

28

2

:

17

:

18

/

5

:

14.2

ENG

GB

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Denise Skinner

46

3

:

12

:

43

/

7

:

21.0

5F45

Jennifer Hunt

28

3

:

37

:

43

/

8

:

18.2

Y

Monica Shuman

35

4

:

11

:

23

/

9

:

35.3

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Hank Bergen

33

2

:

55

:

40

/

6

:

42.0

Y

Mark McLain

45

3

:

29

:

01

/

7

:

59.3

Y

Rick Downs

35

3

:

34

:

17

/

8

:

10.4

Y

Alan McFadden

41

3

:

56

:

11

/

9

:

00.5

Y

John Witmer

26

3

:

56

:

40

/

9

:

01.6

Y

Bryan Bartlett

37

5

:

29

:

41

/

12

:

34.5

STEAMTOWN MARATHON    Scranton, PA  October 13, 2002

Mary Ann won the Masters (40+) division and $300 for doing so.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

46

3

:

12

:

46

/

7

:

21.1

1M

14

VICTORIA MARATHON     Victoria, BC          October 13, 2002

Nancy's fourth marathon since July. Two more to go to gain her goal of six marathons in her sixtieth year.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Nancy Moulton

60

4

:

33

:

13

/

10

:

25.3

6F60

20TH ANNUAL RATTLESNAKE 5MI CROSS COUNTRY
San Antonio, Florida                                               October 19, 2002

Amy chased and ran down former Ohio University runner Jacki Waller to win this hilly part cross country five mile. Ginger won her new F60 division in her first attempt. 257 finished.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Rene Plasencia

29

26

:

55

/

5

:

23.0

ORL

FL

Amy McClenathan

41

32

:

18

/

6

:

27.6

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

41

32

:

18

/

6

:

27.6

1 OA

1

Ginger Herring

60

45

:

11

/

9

:

02.2

1F60

46

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Burgasser

33

28

:

28

/

5

:

41.6

Y

1M30

3

Joe Burgasser

64

31

:

51

/

6

:

22.2

1M60

12

Jonathan Dunford

42

32

:

51

/

6

:

34.2

2M40

18

John Holmes

60

38

:

11

/

7

:

38.2

2M60

41

Don Herring

60

45

:

40

/

9

:

08.0

THIRD ANNUAL RACE FOR THE COAST 10MILE/5KM
Ft DeSoto Park     St Petersburg, Florida           October 19, 2002

Resurgent Walt Sieg finished fourth overall to win the masters division on this course along the Ft DeSoto Park bike path.

10 MI OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Shaimerdenev Gabit

32

59

:

15

/

5

:

55.6

TPA

FL

Sheila Dodds

44

1

:

03

:

59

/

6

:

23.9

IRL

GB

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Walt Sieg

42

1

:

02

:

21

/

6

:

14.1

1M40

4

Lisa Valentine

41

1

:

05

:

18

/

6

:

31.8

2 OA

2

Mike Birnbaum

46

1

:

15

:

55

/

7

:

35.5

Y

4M45

46

Jim Craig

51

1

:

33

:

07

/

9

:

18.7

Y

9M50

99

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Toby Oettl

27

18

:

18

/

5

:

50.2

SP

FL

Rachael Alexander

30

18

:

51

/

6

:

04.0

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

46

19

:

58

/

6

:

26.6

2 OA

2

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

40

/

6

:

39.1

1M50

3RD ANNUAL KESWICK 2.95 MILE CROSS COUNTRY
Keswick Christian School       St Pete, FL          October 19, 2002

Returning member Julie Choat, who ran with Forerunners in high school before moving away to college and marriage, won this partial cross-country race around the Keswick (pronounced Kessik) campus. Race officials chose a weird set of 5 year age groups to the dismay of Mike, who turned 55 a few weeks ago and thought he was being scored in his new division. Dan won the 46-50 age group!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

________

__

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

__

FL

Julie Ann Choat

26

22

:

25

/

7

:

35.9

SEM

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

50

19

:

21

/

6

:

33.6

1M46

Mike Ward

55

19

:

55

/

6

:

45.1

3M51

Julie Ann Choat

26

22

:

25

/

7

:

35.9

1 OA

1

FLORIDIAN HALF IRON TRIATHLON            October 19, 2002
Waterfront Park     Clermont, Florida

First half iron triathalon for all three of our Forerunners athletes.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Darin Shearer

28

4

:

15

:

31

GVL

FL

Lara Shaw

30

4

:

48

:

03

PEM

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Ferreira

38

4

:

31

:

37

Y

5 OA

5

Sandy Shelton

33

5

:

18

:

43

Y

2F30

7

Walt Davin

61

6

:

51

:

07

Y

4M60

FLORIDIAN IRONMAN TRIATHLON              October 19, 2002
Waterfront Park     Clermont, Florida

2nd place overall for Kim in her second ironman in three months.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Peter Kotland

30

9

:

23

:

20

SPB

SC

Sara Weaver

38

10

:

40

:

07

NPL

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PR

DIV

OA

Kim Donaldson

41

11

:

03

:

16

Y

2 OA

2

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL MARATHON
Toronto, Canada                                                       October 20, 2002

Celia knocked an eight-minute chunk off her PR to finish third overall. Anthony, who like Celia lives in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, wobbled the last 200yds to his Boston qualifying finish and was hauled off to the medical tent for some fluid replacement.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Celia Moore

29

3

:

04

:

55

/

7

:

03.2

Y

2F25

3

Anthony Fiaconni

51

3

:

32

:

39

/

8

:

06.7

Y

COLUMBUS OHIO MARATHON                       October 20, 2002

Running with a swollen and painful shin, Bob went through the half in 1:20:50. No guts, no air medals.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Bob Flajnik

35

2

:

51

:

26

/

6

:

32.3

STREETCAR 5KM     Tampa, Florida                  October 20, 2002

This event was part of the celebrated opening of Tampa's new retro downtown to Ybor City streecar service. Oddly, there was no age division tabulating or division awards in this one.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

David Picciano

36

15

:

43

/

5

:

03.5

OAK

FL

Jennifer Picciano

28

19

:

10

/

6

:

10.1

OAK

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

41

/

6

:

39.4

29

Jean Lindley

54

28

:

58

/

9

:

19.4

ARMY 10 MILE     Pentagon    Arlington, VA   October 20, 2002

Cancelled in 2001 due to the September 11 terrorist attacks, this year's version was run under heavy security due to the sniper who kept the Washington area on guard for several weeks. Heavily armed Army personnel were stationed on the roof of the Pentagon and at strategic locations on the course.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

37

1

:

07

:

23

/

6

:

44.3

Y

Melanie Rowton

29

1

:

14

:

56

/

7

:

29.6

Y

GREAT WEST CHASE 5KM                                October 26, 2002
Westchase Village Plaza      Tampa, Florida

Some confusion surrounded this race when a Clearwater HS runner ran the course, finished ahead of everyone, took the trophy (somehow) and left for home, all without ever paying the $20 day of race fee. We have disqualified and omitted him in these results. Race promoters said the course was certified. Due to traffic control setup, the start command came 40 minutes late. 141 women and 131 men finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike Weiss

39

17

:

30

/

5

:

37.9

PH

FL

Martha Vidal

31

19

:

32

/

6

:

17.2

PC

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Joyce

32

18

:

01

/

5

:

47.9

1M30

3

Walt Sieg

42

18

:

16

/

5

:

52.8

1M40

4

Jim Rogan

37

19

:

55

/

6

:

24.6

2M35

9

Emery Jewell

76

23

:

53

/

7

:

41.2

1M70

35

Julie Ann Choat

26

24

:

07

/

7

:

45.7

1F25

8

MARINE CORPS MARATHON                           October 27, 2002

A warming trend made for less than perfect conditions on this day in Virginia and DC. Teri Taylor made her goal of running under 4:30 in her first marathon as a Forerunners member.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Christopher Juarez

32

2

:

25

:

01

/

5

:

31.9

LV

NV

Elizabeth Scanlon

31

2

:

57

:

27

/

6

:

45.1

ALX

VA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Murph Woehlk

48

4

:

18

:

22

/

9

:

51.3

Teri Taylor

43

4

:

29

:

23

/

10

:

16.5

Y

Jean Lindley

55

4

:

37

:

51

/

10

:

35.9

CASINO NIAGRA MARATHON                         October 27, 2002

Running her fifth marathon in three months, Nancy qualified for the Boston Marathon for her first time ever!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Nancy Moulton

60

4

:

30

:

58

/

10

:

20.1

1F60

FALL CLASSIC 5KM                                            October 27, 2002
Al Lopez Park     Tampa, Florida

Due to some kind of weird misunderstanding regarding what time it actually was (Daylight savings ended at 0200 on this Sunday morning), this race started at 10am, rather than the advertised 9am. Something doesn't add up here! 99 finished.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Bob Villacres

33

16

:

56

/

5

:

27.0

SP

FL

Shelia Dodds

44

18

:

36

/

5

:

59.2

IRL

GB

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

50

20

:

59

/

6

:

45.2

1M50

VINCE MCDONALD 10KM CROSS COUNTRY
Nova Scotia, Canada                                                October 27, 2002

Seven laps of the same hilly 1.4km course made up the 10km distance on this cold, rainy, windy day in Nova Scotia.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ken Hetherington

59

43

:

00

/

6

:

55.2

1M50

5

Mary Cantrell

52

50

:

49

/

8

:

10.7

1 OA

1