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FORERUNNERS OCTOBER 2005 RACE RESULTS

ST GEORGE MARATHON                                      October 1, 2005
St George, Utah

Mary Ann went back to this event and earned a trip to Japan, apropos, because her new PR actually made her Overall winner with a World Class performance age graded 91.2%!
Age graded tables establish that a performance of over 90% is World Class and over 80% is National Class.
To give you some perspective, the male winner placed 2nd with 89.1% and the first woman to cross the finish line was 13th with an 85.2%.
Mary Ann's dedication and perseverance is no less than amazing.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Joseph Wilson

29

2

:

22

:

23

/

5

:

25.8

OG

UT

Devrra Vierkant

29

2

:

42

:

58

/

6

:

12.9

PR

UT

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

49

2

:

48

:

40

/

6

:

26.0

Y

1M

2

RACE FOR THE CURE 5KM                                  October 1, 2005
Straub Park       St Petersburg, Florida

Anna got a certified PR!
Partial results from the top 100 finishers list published. Please report your information if it is not listed.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Hank Campbell

26

16

:

59

/

5

:

28.0

SP

FL

Christa Benton

21

17

:

31

/

5

:

40.8

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kristine Cox

39

20

:

05

/

6

:

27.8

5

Kim Bruce-Bumbul

42

21

:

35

/

6

:

56.8

11

Anna Reschar

43

22

:

45

/

7

:

19.3

Y

24

Sherry Gillis

43

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Jan Conway

40

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

34

17

:

58

/

5

:

47.0

5

David Meri

34

18

:

12

/

5

:

51.5

6

Jim Burgasser

36

19

:

18

/

6

:

12.7

15

Mike Bartholomew

49

19

:

53

/

6

:

24.0

26

Don Herring

63

29

:

29

/

9

:

29.4

13TH STRANGEMAN'S BEACH BIATHLON   October 1, 2005
Run 2 Swim .25 Run 2 Swim .25       
Palm Pavillion      Clearwater Beach, Florida

76 finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

J. P. Atherholt

36

42

:

19

CLW

FL

Tammy Rynnibal

35

47

:

54

ORL

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Erin Kowal

31

51

:

06

3 OA

3

14TH ANNUAL SPORTSHOE MAINE MARATHON & 1/2
Portland, Maine                                                         October 2, 2005

An unseasonally warm day did not deter our group. Chip led his teammates to the finish line while Amy was third place overall! David has been meeting most of this gang at the Coffee Pot Bridge for early morning runs is reported here as this is his first marathon since his tuteledge with the group of running pals.
Christy was second woman by just nine seconds in the halfathon. And got double prize money for her double accomplishment!
There were 733 finishers in the marathon and 1,294 in the half.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Matt Frogillo

27

2

:

41

:

35

/

6

:

09.8

OG

ME

Brennan Liming

29

3

:

11

:

22

/

7

:

17.9

AX

NC

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

45

3

:

17

:

48

/

7

:

33.0

2M

3

Kathleen Stein

4_

3

:

41

:

51

/

8

:

27.7

17AG

35

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chip Merlin

46

3

:

11

:

35

/

7

:

18.4

5M45

27

Jonathan Dunford

45

3

:

22

:

03

/

7

:

42.4

9M45

51

David Vann

3_

3

:

52

:

41

/

8

:

52.5

34AG

158

HALF OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Michael Payson

42

1

:

10

:

50

/

5

:

24.2

FL

ME

Kathleen Bell

37

1

:

24

:

44

/

6

:

27.8

OR

ME

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

24

:

53

/

6

:

28.5

1M

2

24TH ANNUAL TWIN CITIES MARATHON      October 2, 2005
Minneapolis to St Paul, Minnesota

This event served as both the National Masters and also the Open Championships this year. High humidity and warm temperatures resulted in the second slowest overall times in race history.
Our coach, Joe, accomplished his goal of winning his age group. This marks the fouth consecutive age group win for him since becoming a Senior Master (age 50) on this beautiful and difficult course in each five year age bracket.
Joan Benoit Samuelson, age 48, earned her qualifier for the 2008 Olympic Trials with a 2:46:27. This marks her seventh qualifier, including the one for the first ever Women's Olympics in 1984 where she blew everyone away with her agressive breakaway. It is reported that her next goal is a sub 2:50 at age 50 at the Olympic Trials!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mbarak Hussein

40

2

:

18

:

28

/

5

:

16.9

ALB

NM

Nicole Aish

29

2

:

40

:

21

/

6

:

07.0

BOS

MA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Joe Burgasser

67

3

:

12

:

11

/

7

:

33.0

1M65

POLICE MEMORIAL 10KM                                   October 8, 2005
Lyke's Gaslight Park      Downtown Tampa, Florida

106 male and 51 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Brian Scott

37

35

:

53

/

5

:

46.5

LGO

FL

Denise Fairbanks

41

45

:

08

/

7

:

15.8

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Delong

47

40

:

59

/

6

:

35.7

3M

5

Duncan Cameron

63

42

:

31

/

6

:

50.5

1M60

7

Kit Van Allen

41

45

:

11

/

7

:

16.3

2 OA

2

Ken Barry

50

56

:

54

/

9

:

09.4

5M50

46

POLICE MEMORIAL 5KM                                    October 8, 2005
Lyke's Gaslight Park      Downtown Tampa, Florida

Karen won!
253 male and 158 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Bobby Desantis

45

18

:

11

/

5

:

51.1

CLW

FL

Karen Collins

41

20

:

12

/

6

:

30.1

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Roe

36

19

:

36

/

6

:

18.5

1M35

8

Karen Collins

41

20

:

12

/

6

:

30.1

1 OA

1

Chuck McCann

53

23

:

44

/

7

:

38.3

3M50

34

Hunter McCann

8

27

:

02

/

8

:

42.0

2AG

72

2ND ANNUAL CHAMBER CHALLENGE 5KM
Gulfport, Florida                                                        October 8, 2005

Jim was our lone participant.
The Chamber held the race in memory of Shannon Scott who died of last year of complications related to her blood related cancer. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society will benefit from race proceeds.
47 male and 67 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Victor Yeager

45

18

:

14

/

5

:

52.1

DN

FL

Pila Cadena-Vega

48

22

:

48

/

7

:

20.3

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jim Burgasser

36

19

:

43

/

6

:

20.8

2M35

4

CHICAGO MARATHON                                         October 9, 2005
Grant Park       Chicago, Illinois

57degrees. Windy in final miles. Kris, Draceana, and Anna PR'd and qualified for Boston! Ginger's 3:35:13 PR was run ten years ago at Marine Corps and she wants to go under four hours in the near future.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Felix Limo

25

2

:

07

:

02

/

4

:

50.7

KEN

Deena Kastor

32

2

:

21

:

25

/

5

:

23.6

M.L.

CA

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kristine Cox

40

3

:

10

:

21

/

7

:

15.6

Y

10AG

124

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

27

3

:

28

:

18

/

7

:

56.7

Y

Anna Reschar

43

3

:

49

:

15

/

8

:

44.6

Y

Mary Handsel

41

3

:

52

:

14

/

8

:

51.5

Y

Ginger Herring

63

4

:

37

:

41

/

10

:

35.5

12AG

Anne Ryan

57

5

:

34

:

25

/

12

:

45.3

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ian Payne

37

2

:

53

:

00

/

6

:

35.9

62AG

348

Brian Bradway

44

3

:

49

:

00

/

8

:

44.1

COCA COLA TRIATHLON                                    October 9, 2005
Swim .5? Bike 12? Run 3.1MI?
Cypress Gardens       Winter Haven, Florida

Since the distances were not as advertised, and the results on the website skipped the run altogether, the total time only is listed.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Erin Kowal

31

1

:

04

:

16

1F30

Rick Downs

38

1

:

05

:

12

3CY

Rachel Bonine

30

1

:

11

:

26

2F30

Lenore Rupert

62

1

:

23

:

22

1F60

14TH ANNUAL CROOM TRAIL 50KM            October 15, 2005
Withlacoochee State Forest       Brooksville, Florida

Jon Wilson reported his experience on this challenging course - four loops of hilly paths, tree roots, and sugar sand deep in the forest. He fell twice on the first loop but pressed on over the rugged terrain to the finish line. A fifteen mile fun run was added this year and was well attended. John Holmes who was Forerunners member and also one of the founders of this event was memorialized. John was a good friend to all who knew him and was well known in the ultra running community. All will miss him and his fun sense of humor.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jon Wilson

60

5

:

09

:

33

/

12

:

28.2

2M60

26TH ANNUAL RATTLESNAKE 5 MILE          October 15, 2005
San Antonio, Florida

Amy ran twenty seconds faster this year, just two weeks after her fine marathon in Portland, Maine. Anne, just one week out from Chicago, came to this hilly course to redeem herself from what she says was a disasterous marathon. Mike and Walt are back on the race scene!
217 males and 134 females finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

25

26

:

59

/

5

:

23.8

T.T.

FL

Sharon Good

34

33

:

54

/

6

:

46.8

LTZ

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

45

34

:

38

/

6

:

55.6

1M

2

Kit Van Allan

41

35

:

02

/

7

:

00.4

1F40

4

Anne Ryan

57

57

:

03

/

11

:

24.6

5F55

97

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jonathan Dunford

45

33

:

36

/

6

:

43.2

5M45

14

Duncan Cameron

62

33

:

59

/

6

:

47.8

1M60

19

Mike Birnbaum

49

36

:

48

/

7

:

21.6

9M45

43

Walt Sieg

45

36

:

55

/

7

:

23.0

11AG

46

Ken Barry

50

44

:

10

/

8

:

50.0

15AG

128

Walt Davin

64

45

:

01

/

9

:

50.2

9M60

136

Don Herring

63

50

:

07

/

10

:

01.4

16AG

172

BALTIMORE MARATHON                                  October 15, 2005
Baltimore, Maryland

Karen made a quantum leap ... PR'd by sixteen minutes and twenty seconds and won $750. A fine showing!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Craig Arnold

46

2

:

30

:

26

/

5

:

44.3

TPK

MD

Pamela Malders

23

2

:

55

:

10

/

6

:

40.9

EBG

MD

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Karen Collins

41

3

:

16

:

22

/

7

:

29.4

Y

2M

15

RUN FOR VISION 5KM                                        October 15, 2005

Our North Bay, Ontario couple who host the Sunday morning aid station at their Florida home on Brightwaters Boulevard did a race for fun while in the States for a seminar.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ken Kesty

51

21

:

30

/

6

:

55.2

Cynthia Kesty

51

27

:

27

/

8

:

50.1

2F50

FALCON FITNESS 5KM   Bradenton, Florida  October 22, 2005

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

53

26

:

33

/

8

:

32.7

3M50

RED RIBBON 5KM                                                October 22, 2005
Vinoy Park      St Petersburg, Florida

Awaiting results. Here's what we heard so far ... in addition to the word about it being a short course.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

53

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

____

_

Don Herring

63

29

:

__

/

_

:

__._

___

__

Ginger Herring

63

29

:

__

/

_

:

__._

___

__

CASINO NIAGRA MARATHON                         October 23, 2005
Buffalo, New York

The leader crossed the finish line 11 minutes ahead of all the rest.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Matthew McInnes

33

2

:

21

:

46

/

5

:

24.4

TOR

Nicole Stevenson

32

2

:

46

:

42

/

6

:

21.5

TOR

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David DeLong

47

3

:

09

:

23

/

7

:

13.4

3M45

360

Jocelyn Boutin

45

3

:

54

:

45

/

8

:

57.2

11AG

860

BIG CHIEF #2 5KM                                                October 23, 2005
Al Lopez Park       Tampa, Florida

David was second overall and won in his new age group!
52 males and 36 females finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Tony Lahnston

40

17

:

18

/

5

:

34.1

TPA

FL

Helen Lavoie

48

20

:

52

/

6

:

43.0

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

17

:

57

/

5

:

46.6

1M35

2

Duncan Cameron

62

20

:

14

/

6

:

30.7

1M60

9

Hunter McCann

8

25

:

23

/

8

:

10.2

1U10

34

Chuck McCann

53

25

:

24

/

8

:

10.5

2M50

35

GREENVILLE HALF MARATHON                     October 29, 2005
Greenville, South Carolina

Reported to be the hilliest course imaginable!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Jared Nyamboki

28

1

:

10

:

14

/

5

:

21.5

KEN

Gail Jervey

32

1

:

20

:

44

/

6

:

09.5

GVL

SC

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Erin Kowal

31

1

:

44

:

10

/

7

:

56.8

24

Lisa McFadden

35

1

:

56

:

21

/

8

:

52.5

64

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mark McLain

48

1

:

42

:

14

/

7

:

47.9

Rick Downs

38

1

:

44

:

06

/

7

:

56.5

66

Alan McFadden

44

1

:

56

:

21

/

8

:

52.5

124

Dick Downs

38

2

:

24

:

21

/

11

:

00.7

192

3RD GREAT WEST CHASE 5KM                      October 29, 2005
Westchase Community Center       Tampa, Florida

Check out the women's 1-2-3-6 finish and Karen PR'd on a certified course 2 weeks post marathon how impressive is that!
168 males and 130 females finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Keith Sawayda

42

16

:

43

/

5

:

22.8

TPA

FL

Mary Ann Protz

49

18

:

33

/

5

:

58.2

TPA

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

49

18

:

33

/

5

:

58.2

1 OA

1

Amy McClenathan

45

19

:

37

/

6

:

18.8

2 OA

2

Karen Collins

41

19

:

38

/

6

:

19.1

Y

3 OA

3

Kit Van Allan

41

20

:

43

/

6

:

40.1

1F40

6

Lenore Rupert

62

27

:

59

/

9

:

00.4

2F60

46

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Duncan Cameron

62

19

:

53

/

6

:

24.0

1M60

20

Walt Sieg

45

20

:

21

/

6

:

33.0

4M40

25

Mike Birnbaum

49

20

:

37

/

6

:

38.1

5M45

31

Dan McClenathan

53

21

:

06

/

6

:

47.5

5M50

42

Hunter McCann

8

25

:

18

/

8

:

08.6

4U15

103

Chuck McCann

53

25

:

18

/

8

:

08.6

NE

Emery Jewell

79

28

:

52

/

9

:

17.5

1M70

132

SUNCOAST TRIATHLON                                    October 29, 2005
Swim .33 Bike 11 Run 3.1Mi                      St Petersburg, Florida

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

RES

Bob Decosta

43

58

:

04

TPA

FL

Holly Petrak

28

1

:

01

:

01

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Beth WonickerCook

39

1

:

10

:

40

9F35

Bernie Brown

51

1

:

42

:

39

9F50

Mary Tucker

40

1

:

47

:

42

2F60

OA SPLITS

AGE

SWIM

BIKE

T1

RUN

T2

Bob Decosta

43

8

:

59

25

:

48

1:46

20:33

:59

Holly Petrak

28

9

:

46

25

:

45

2:00

22:34

:59

FRNRS SPLITS

AGE

SWIM

BIKE

T1

RUN

T2

Beth WonickerCook

39

11

:

59

31

:

02

2:07

24:40

:54

Bernie Brown

51

19

:

55

40

:

00

4:23

36:51

1:32

Mary Tucker

60

22

:

20

40

:

36

5:47

36:45

2:15

28TH ANNUAL CAPE COD MARATHON        October 30, 2005
Village Green       Falmouth, Mass

A good time for Jon on a cold and windy day.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Keven O'Neil

35

2

:

33

:

27

/

5

:

51.1

N.K.

RI

Heidi J. Westerling

24

2

:

46

:

47

/

6

:

21.3

NRT

RI

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jon Kieffer

62

3

:

38

:

53

/

8

:

20.9

4M60