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FORERUNNERS NOVEMBER 2005 RACE RESULTS

RICHARD'S RUN FOR LIFE 5KM                     November 4, 2005
Ybor City      Tampa, Florida

This event is named for Richard Gonzmart, owner of the famous Columbia restaurant who was celebrating his restaurants' 100th anniversary with fabulous food at the post race party. Nice race too, with a few wild turns. All race proceeds benefit the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Research Center.
Our women took four of the top ten spots with Kristine leading them in and winning in her new Masters division! Lotsa' treks by Forerunners to the awards stand on a fun night race.
346 male and 362 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

41

16

:

01

/

5

:

09.3

T.T.

FL

Carly Quick

13

19

:

31

/

6

:

16.9

TPA

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Kristine Cox

40

19

:

54

/

6

:

24.3

1M

3

Jeanne Lesniak

32

19

:

56

/

6

:

24.9

1F30

4

Kim Bruce-Bumbul

42

20

:

26

/

6

:

34.6

1F40

7

Kit Van Allan

41

20

:

27

/

6

:

34.9

2F40

8

Bess Anderson

50

26

:

08

/

8

:

24.7

3F50

48

Wendy Burgasser

52

27

:

25

/

8

:

49.4

5F50

71

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

David Meri

34

17

:

39

/

5

:

40.8

1M30

6

Jim Bumbul

41

18

:

26

/

5

:

56.0

1M40

12

Joe Burgasser

67

19

:

54

/

6

:

24.3

7M65

34

Mike Jensen

57

30

:

12

/

9

:

43.2

11AG

229

Thom Cox

44

31

:

09

/

10

:

01.5

NE

LAKE TO LAKE 10KM                                         November 5, 2005
Lake Mirror Center      Lakeland, Florida

Still the same classic hilly course used today as when this was a premier race in this lovely city. Reporting results as they come in. So far...

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Jim Duncan

34

39

:

__

/

_

:

__._

_M35

Walt Sieg

45

44

:

09

/

8

:

53.2

Mike Birnbaum

49

44

:

44

/

9

:

00.3

Holley Simoneau

46

56

:

53

/

9

:

09.2

KESWICK CLASSIC 2.85MI                              November 5, 2005
Seminole, Florida

A bit short of the advertised 5KM. Reporting results as they come in.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

16

:

11

/

5

:

40.7

Mike Bartholomew

49

17

:

34

/

6

:

09.8

Chuck McCann

53

23

:

18

/

8

:

10.5

Don Herring

63

25

:

23

/

8

:

54.4

Ginger Herring

63

25

:

44

/

9

:

01.8

NEW YORK CITY MARATHON                        November 6, 2005

Last year the women's race was the closest ever for the event and this year it was so for the men. Second place finisher, Hendrick Ramaala, who was first last year in 2:09:28, crashed to the ground at the finish line in almost a tie after making the mistake of looking back to see where Tergat was in the final sprint. Never look back ... especially if Paul Tergat is in the race! The women's winner was fifth last year and claimed a big victory for her small country of Latvia this time out and is now a national hero!
The weather was described as warm and sticky (temps 54 to 62-degrees/ humidity 97 to 77 percent) with fog shrouded bridges. Kevin led our small contingent this year through the finish line. He used to own a miniature golf course in the heart of this great city when he was a young lad starting out in the business world!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Paul Tergat

36

2

:

09

:

30

/

4

:

56.4

KEN

Jelena Prokopa

29

2

:

44

:

41

/

5

:

30.3

LAT

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kevin Milkey

39

3

:

23

:

00

/

7

:

44.6

Jeanette Lepore

31

4

:

51

:

29

/

11

:

07.1

Y

Carolyn Reichle

57

5

:

39

:

07

/

12

:

56.1

PACE 5KM                                                            November 12, 2005
Centro Ybor      Downtown Tampa, Florida

A good race with all the costly amenities of the high profile ones that draw tons of runners. Surprisingly, this event to benefit and heighten prostrate cancer research drew numbers more in line with a low key event. Even though fast times were plenty on this cool morning making for fun race conditions, there were no PR performances among our ranks on this certified course. Kris and Mike came the closest to theirs.
Christy was first Master and pleased with her first performance at the 5KM distance since March. David is back winning his age group three weeks after his marathon at Casino Niagra!
137 male and 111 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Keith Sawayda

42

16

:

36

/

5

:

20.6

CLW

FL

Maria Ghizzoni

38

17

:

33

/

5

:

38.9

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

18

:

28

/

5

:

56.6

1M

4

Kristine Cox

40

19

:

43

/

6

:

20.8

2M

6

Shawn Woodworth

37

23

:

45

/

7

:

32.2

3F35

21

Jennifer Willis

37

24

:

00

/

7

:

43.5

4F35

23

Wendy Burgasser

52

25

:

31

/

8

:

12.8

3F50

33

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

David Delong

47

18

:

52

/

6

:

04.3

1M45

12

Joe Burgasser

67

19

:

43

/

6

:

20.8

2M65

22

Duncan Cameron

62

19

:

59

/

6

:

25.9

1M60

26

Mike Birnbaum

49

20

:

39

/

6

:

38.8

3M45

33

SNEAKER STREAKER 5KM                             November 12, 2005
Paradise Lakes      Lutz, Florida

A bit nippy this year, this event lost a few of it's usual fast local male participants to the Pace Run in downtown Tampa. Alexa Gemma, the usual women's winner from South Daytona Beach claimed back her first place spot lost to a visitor from Wisconsin last year. Dan Niles has won it for the men ever since we have been reporting results. Our guy Chuck did not miss this event and enjoys it most every year.
The 46 male and 9 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Dan Niles

50

18

:

27

/

5

:

56.3

LTZ

FL

Alexa Gemma

30

20

:

39

/

6

:

38.8

D.B.

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Chuck McCann

53

22

:

29

/

7

:

14.2

4M50

30

IBIGAWA, JAPAN 1/2 MARATHON             November 12, 2005

Mary Ann earned an entry into this race and a trip to Ibigawa, Japan, the sister city of St George, Utah for herself and her husband Bill. A nice reward for a fine performance at the St George Marathon last month. In her usual style, half way around the globe, Mary Ann won the Masters division!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

49

1

:

25

:

11

/

6

:

29.9

1M

3

BIG CHIEF #3                                                       November 13, 2005
Al Lopez Park      Tampa, Florida

Duncan and Chuck took advantage of the cooler mornings and did two races each this weekend. Beth and Maria were in the top five women finishers with Maria, a Grand Master (50-59) taking Masters (40-49) honors!
The winners of the series were:
For the men, Chuck Roose with 11 points for participating in all three followed by Masters Tony Lahnston with 9 points.
For the women, Renee' Tapasak with 11 points having done all three folowed by Masters Helen Lavoie with 11 points including two overall wins.
Age group wins among Forerunners includes Hunter McCann (U11), David Meri (35-39), and Duncan Cameron (60-64), all accumulating 9 points in all three races of the series.
77 males and 41 females finished the final race of the series.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Brian St. Onge

28

15

:

51

/

5

:

06.1

TPA

FL

Helen Lavoie

48

20

:

26

/

6

:

43.0

S.H.

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Beth WonickerCook

39

22

:

21

/

7

:

11.6

1F35

3

Maria Anderson

50

22

:

46

/

7

:

19.7

1M

5

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

17

:

25

/

5

:

36.3

1M35

4

Duncan Cameron

62

19

:

48

/

6

:

22.4

1M60

21

Chuck McCann

53

23

:

04

/

7

:

25.4

6M50

42

Hunter McCann

8

25

:

57

/

8

:

21.1

1U11

54

XC 1/2 MARATHON                                          November 19, 2005
Alafia River Park       Lithia, Florida

The advertising said wonderful views and grassy trails. Jim says he missed the views because he had to watch the rough trail to keep from falling or turning an ankle.  
Walt got a little dirty on the run when he encountered a mud hole. Rather than jump the gooey mass he apparently decided to negotiate it horizontally. Thinking at first he would fly over, but realized he was in for a swim!
129 male and 108 female finishers.
The accompanying full marathon had 34 finishers with the male winner clocking 3:05:51 and the female winner with a 4:43:08.
Past members Dori Iten and Kathleen Wheeler participated.
There was also a 5KM with no one from Forerunners entered.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Jeff Lessie

44

1

:

27

:

34

/

6

:

40.8

RVR

FL

Martha Vidal

34

1

:

36

:

49

/

7

:

23.1

TPA

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Darlene Shuman

42

2

:

19

:

58

/

10

:

40.6

6F40

57

Kathy Bedell

35

2

:

56

:

48

/

13

:

29.2

22AG

100

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

DIV

OA

Jim McDannel

36

1

:

59

:

10

/

9

:

05.4

7M35

49

Chris Coleman

42

2

:

00

:

25

/

9

:

11.1

15AG

53

Walt Davin

64

2

:

23

:

07

/

10

:

55.0

6M60

104

Dan Bode Jr

38

2

:

48

:

48

/

12

:

52.6

20AG

122

Nung Bedell

35

2

:

54

:

06

/

13

:

16.9

21AG

125

COUGAR CLASSIC 2.9 MILE                         November 19, 2005
Countryside High School       Clearwater, Florida

Notice the distance adjustment. Kit led our ranks through the finish chute on this short course that didn't quite measure 3 miles.
83 males and 35 females finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jaeson Clayborn

21

17

:

12

/

5

:

55.9

SP

FL

Ali Crabb

15

19

:

15

/

6

:

38.3

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

41

19

:

26

/

6

:

42.1

1M

2

Duncan Cameron

62

19

:

32

/

6

:

44.1

1M

6

Mike Birnbaum

49

20

:

07

/

6

:

56.2

1M45

9

Chuck McCann

53

24

:

18

/

8

:

22.8

4M50

33

Hunter McCann

8

24

:

23

/

8

:

24.5

1U11

34

3RD ANNUAL MADD DASH FOR SADD 5KM
Al Lopez Park      Tampa, Florida                      November 19, 2005

David and Dan ran the only certified event offered in the Tampa Bay area this weekend. The seventeen year old winner was a repeat winner from last year.
88 males and 53 females finished.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Cade Rivard

17

17

:

03

/

5

:

29.3

RVW

FL

Diantha Koehler

32

19

:

00

/

6

:

06.9

TPA

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

17

:

19

/

5

:

34.4

1M30

4

Dan McClenathan

53

21

:

46

/

7

:

00.3

3M50

45

PAUL DEBRUYN 30KM & 15KM                    November 19, 2005
High Bridge Park       Ormond Beach, Florida    

A good day for the small group of team members despite hot, humid and windy weather conditions. In the 15KM; Karen PR'd by two minutes and fourteen seconds and finished third overall behind women nineteen and ten years younger than herself. If they had triple dipped awards, she would have won Masters by three minutes and 50 seconds and also her age group by seven minutes and forty nine seconds! Lenore won her age group by six minutes and ten seconds and was pleased with her pace.
In the 30KM; Somehow, Steve was listed in the official results as first in age group 25-29... odd since he will be 35 on November 23! Don was pleased with his will to keep pushing after short mileage the week before due to the trip to New York to bring his father-in-law to Florida for the winter.
107 male and 54 female finishers in the main race - 100 male and 114 female finishers in the fun run.

30 KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Mike Mollod

41

1

:

52

:

38

/

6

:

02.5

SAR

FL

Debbie Tillman

36

2

:

00

:

17

/

6

:

27.1

OR.B

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Steve Wilcox

34

2

:

04

:

56

/

6

:

42.1

1M30

4

Don Herring

63

3

:

25

:

34

/

11

:

01.6

4M60

97

15KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Michael Anderson

31

55

:

32

/

5

:

42.3

W.SP

FL

Mallory Dunn

22

1

:

01

:

03

/

6

:

33.0

D.BH

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Karen Collins

41

1

:

02

:

40

/

6

:

43.4

Y

3 OA

3

Lenore Rupert

62

1

:

29

:

57

/

9

:

39.0

1F60

47

WING DING 5KM                                                November 24, 2005
Clearwater HS       Largo, Florida

A record 13,049 runners participated in all three of the events besting the previous record of 12,608 set in 2002. Since only the first 100 male and female runners are scored in this race, we may need your input for complete results. We got some of these times at our traditional tailgate breakfast where the day of feasting begins! Lot'sa running two or all three races easy with friends and family happened. Also, "push your friend 'til they puke" activity was reported and viewed at the finish line of both this and the 10KM longer races! Sue Fleshman walked this race three weeks after her shoulder surgery.
The 5KM, as usual, got the majority of that total at 7,457.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jeff Masterson

19

15

:

40

/

5

:

02.5

NPR

FL

Jacki Wachtel

26

17

:

55

/

5

:

46.0

T.SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

41

20

:

20

/

6

:

35.6

16

Debra Colbert

45

23

:

41

/

7

:

37.0

89

Erin Burgasser

34

23

:

41

/

7

:

37.0

90

Ginger Herring

63

29

:

03

/

9

:

21.0

Laurie Philippon

42

29

:

54

/

9

:

37.4

Cynthia Kesty

50

30

:

06

/

9

:

41.3

Londa D'Aloia

28

42

:

15

/

13

:

35.9

Lisa Lorrain

50

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Lenore Rupert

62

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Vivian DeRussy

48

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Carolyn Reichle

57

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Laure Blume

40

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Sydney Blume

9

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

27

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Shawn Woodworth

37

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Kristine Cox

40

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Jennifer Willis

37

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Sue Fleshman

40

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Meri

35

17

:

11

/

5

:

31.8

19

Jim Bumbul

41

17

:

38

/

5

:

40.5

28

Ken Kesty

51

24

:

00

/

7

:

43.5

Don Herring

63

28

:

28

/

9

:

09.7

Brian Bradway

44

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Walt Sieg

45

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Cesar Fayad

55

21

:

59

/

7

:

04.5

Tim Hudson

46

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Luke Blume

12

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Daryl Blume

47

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Ian Cox

10

__

:

__

/

__

:

__._

Thom Cox

45

__

:

__

/

__

:

__._

GOBBLER 1 MILE                                              November 24, 2005
Clearwater HS       Largo, Florida

Some runners used the 8:30AM Gobbler as a warm up for the 10 KM or a cool down from the 5KM race ... or both!
Only the first place finishers were acknowledged in this race. Let us know your time if you'd like it to be included in these results.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Nick Ferrer

20

4

:

28

NPR

FL

Ashley Fornshell

14

5

:

30

CLW

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Chelsea Kesty

12

10

:

00

Ken Kesty

51

10

:

00

Tim Hudson

46

_

:

__

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TURKEY TROT 10KM                                        November 24, 2005
Clearwater HS      Largo, Florida

After several years of announcing both races, Coach decided to run in the main event when son Jim agreed to report on the race in progress. Joe's age graded result for second Grand Master is a 90.5% or equal to a 29:48 effort. Mary Ann's second place overall is 86.2%, or equal to 33:44!
Mike, Jim, David Delong, Shawn and Marcia all PR'd! Karen paid the price for her fast 15KM performance at Paul DeBruyn last week and was seen by the side of the road in not quite a thankful stance on this day of Thanksgiving!
Again, since only the first 100 male and female runners are scored in this race, we need your input for complete results.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Joey Zins

26

32

:

26

/

5

:

13.2

TAL

FL

Christa Benton

21

36

:

35

/

5

:

53.2

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mary Ann Protz

49

38

:

11

/

6

:

08.7

2 OA

2

Kim Bruce-Bumbul

42

39

:

49

/

6

:

24.5

2M

6

Jeanne Lesniak

32

42

:

39

/

6

:

51.8

8

Anna Reschar

43

47

:

37

/

7

:

39.8

44

Beth WonickerCook

39

47

:

55

/

7

:

42.7

50

Rachel Bonine

30

47

:

55

/

7

:

42.7

51

'Ceana Kwiatkowski

26

47

:

55

/

7

:

42.7

52

Shawn Woodworth

37

47

:

56

/

7

:

42.8

Y

53

Kristine Cox

40

47

:

57

/

7

:

43.0

55

Jennifer Willis

37

49

:

24

/

7

:

57.0

89

Mary Handsel

41

49

:

58

/

8

:

02.5

99

Stephanie Bergen

38

51

:

12

/

8

:

14.4

Marcia Horan

54

55

:

08

/

8

:

52.3

Y

Karen Collins

41

__

:

__

/

_

:

__._

Ginger Herring

63

1

:

01

:

07

/

9

:

50.1

Anne Ryan

57

1

:

06

:

36

/

10

:

43.1

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ian Payne

37

37

:

16

/

5

:

59.8

16

Tyson Rupert

41

37

:

20

/

6

:

00.5

18

James Duncan

34

38

:

49

/

6

:

14.8

25

Joe Burgasser

67

38

:

59

/

6

:

16.4

27

David Meri

35

39

:

37

/

6

:

22.5

32

David DeLong

47

39

:

47

/

6

:

24.1

Y?

33

Duncan Cameron

62

41

:

09

/

6

:

37.3

51

Tony Black

49

41

:

16

/

6

:

38.5

52

Mike Birnbaum

49

42

:

32

/

7

:

00.3

Y

78

Walt Sieg

45

43

:

45

/

7

:

02.4

Jim McDanell

36

46

:

36

/

7

:

30.0

Y

Chris Coleman

42

47

:

05

/

7

:

34.6

Y

Tim Hudson

46

48

:

00

/

7

:

43.5

Chuck McCann

53

50

:

11

/

8

:

04.6

Benjamen Bergen

4

51

:

12

/

8

:

14.4

Y

Hank Bergen

35

51

:

12

/

8

:

14.4

Walt Davin

64

53

:

00

/

8

:

31.7

Scott Hoge

5_

53

:

00

/

8

:

31.7

Cesar Fayad

56

57

:

30

/

9

:

15.2

Don Herring

62

1

:

08

:

20

/

11

:

00.0

OUTBACK HALF MARATHON                      November 24, 2005
Downtown Jacksonville, Florida

Christy went to visit her Dad for Thanksgiving and ran with a strong women's field competing for the prize money for top three. As third Master, she got a sweatshirt.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

43

1

:

22

:

34

/

6

:

17.9

3M

5

CHARLOTTE TURKEY TROT 8KM    NC     November 24, 2005

Wes entered his local Thanksgiving Trot as a Grandmaster having turned 50 last Spring.

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Wes Livingston

50

38

:

51

/

6

:

17.1

ATLANTA MARATHON & HALF                   November 24, 2005

Perfect temperatures in the mid 60s, but wind and hills made this a challenging course. Amy was third woman in the marathon! She and Don were first in their age divisions.
Dan and Kathleen did the half with a close pace to Amy's.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Urs Jenzer

35

2

:

37

:

43

/

6

:

00.9

SUI

Kimberly A Lieb

34

3

:

12

:

53

/

7

:

21.4

DNW

GA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

46

3

:

23

:

32

/

7

:

45.8

1F45

3

Don Clark

63

4

:

04

:

30

/

9

:

19.5

1M65

1/2 OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Dennis Bauer

27

1

:

10

:

36

/

5

:

23.1

DCR

GA

Donna Garcia

37

1

:

20

:

41

/

6

:

09.3

MRT

GA

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dan McClenathan

53

1

:

41

:

26

/

7

:

44.3

24AG

Kathleen Stein

4_

1

:

41

:

56

/

7

:

46.5

CHRISTINA 5KM       Lakeland, Florida         November 26, 2005

Holley topped her PR set here last year by over a minute!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Darlene Goode

43

25

:

11

/

8

:

06.3

2F40

Holley Simoneau

46

25

:

59

/

8

:

21.8

Y

2F45