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FORERUNNERS DECEMBER 2006 RACE RESULTS

LAKEFRONT CLASSIC 5KM                            December 2, 2006
John Chestnut Park      Palm Harbor, Florida

A big temperature difference with hot and humid weather conditions prevailing this past weekend. Last year it was cool Beth was third overall for the second year running! Duncan was first in his last year in his 60 64 age category.
58 male and 53 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Tyler Greathouse

15

17

:

06

/

5

:

33.4

PH

FL

Jacki Wachtel

27

19

:

10

/

6

:

10.1

T.SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Duncan Cameron

64

19

:

47

/

6

:

22.0

3M60

27

Beth WonickerCook

40

22

:

34

/

7

:

15.8

3 OA

3

RUN WITH THE STARS 5KM                            December 2, 2006
Ft DeSoto       St Petersburg, Florida

Christine Gentile, a past track regular visitor, won after being out of the local race scene for quite some time. This gal knows how to do plyometrics! Our very own Kit who does amazing perfect form stretches came in second. Willie was sixth male and first in his age division.
71 male and 50 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Jaeson Clayborn

22

18

:

27

/

5

:

56.3

SP

FL

Christine Gentile

36

19

:

28

/

6

:

15.9

SP

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kit Van Allan

42

20

:

11

/

6

:

29.8

1F40

2

Willie Roth

50

21

:

44

/

6

:

59.7

1M50

6

RIVER RUN 5MILE       Sarasota, Florida         December 2, 2006

Sue found a race close to her new home south of the Sunshine Skyway bridge.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

John Biffar

23

27

:

06

/

5

:

25.2

F.M.

FL

Laramie Beltz

45

34

:

47

/

6

:

57.4

SBL

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Sue Fleshman

41

43

:

02

/

8

:

36.4

3F40

SAFETY HARBOR DUATHLON                        December 2, 2006
Run 3, Bike 11, Run 1 Mile
Philippe Park       Safety Harbor, Florida

Christina won!
Team Mc Lain of McLain Foods are back on the race scene!
There were 141 men and 81 women finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

CITY

ST

Brant Speed

25

54

:

39

??

FL

Christina Noordstar

34

56

:

58

T.V.

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Christina Noordstar

34

56

:

58

1 OA

1

Erin Kowal

33

1

:

04

:

08

1F30

5

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

DIV

OA

Rick Downs

40

1

:

02

:

48

1CY

1

Alan McFadden

45

1

:

04

:

11

4M45

27

Mark McLain

49

1

:

13

:

02

14AG

81

MARATHON OF PALM BEACHES                  December 3, 2006
Meyer Amphitheater       West Palm Bch, Florida

This relatively new marathon got warm humid weather this time.
Race director Dave McGillivray is also race director for the Boston marathon.
James and Christine went to check it out.
James ran his slowest ever and took several IV bags to get him back on his feet. Londa crawled under the tent side to get to her man after being turned away at the entrance to the medical tent.
Christine ran her best yet and qualified for the Boston marathon!
615 finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Charles Kiplogat

30

2

:

25

:

34

/

5

:

32.7

SF

NM

Ramilia Burangul..

45

2

:

49

:

41

/

6

:

27.6

RUS

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

James Duncan

35

3

:

32

:

05

/

8

:

05.4

3M35

28

Christine Arbasak

48

3

:

58

:

41

/

9

:

06.6

2F45

39

BRANDON HALF MARATHON                        December 3, 2006
Sports Authority       Brandon, Florida

Melanie won and Chung was first in his age division!

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Rikki Hacker

29

1

:

15

:

38

/

5

:

46.2

SCC

FL

Melanie Peters

23

1

:

23

:

31

/

6

:

22.3

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Melanie Peters

23

1

:

23

:

31

/

6

:

22.3

1 OA

1

Kim Bumbul

43

1

:

43

:

56

/

7

:

55.7

2F40

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

David Delong

46

1

:

30

:

22

/

6

:

53.6

2M45

Brian Bradway

45

1

:

33

:

20

/

7

:

07.2

5M45

13

Chung Yoo

67

1

:

49

:

14

/

8

:

20.0

1M65

SANDY CLAUSE 5KM BCH RUN                      December 7, 2007
Sarasota, Florida

Denise was first Master (over 40) at age 50!

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Denise Skinner

50

21

:

40

/

6

:

58.4

1M

REINDEER RUN 5KM                                          December 9, 2006
St Pete Times Forum       Tampa, Florida

No PRs but still a good day for those who ran on this windy, cold day. Coach Joe ran under USATF Age-Group guideline. Melanie won the Women's title and Kristine was first Master.
Murph and Ken came over to run the race after doing their long run with the Sharks. That's way too long a warmup it also posed the problem of how to stay warm for post race festivities. So, they ran in with Rita and left prior to her collecting her award.
271 male and 279 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

26

15

:

55

/

5

:

07.4

T.T.

FL

Melanie Peters

23

17

:

53

/

5

:

45.3

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Melanie Peters

23

17

:

53

/

5

:

45.3

1 OA

1

Kristine Cox

41

19

:

54

/

6

:

24.3

1M

4

Wendy Burgasser

53

23

:

39

/

7

:

36.7

1F50

15

M Woehlk

52

25

:

10

/

8

:

06.0

10AG

119

Shannon Kennedy

36

33

:

58

/

10

:

55.9

33AG

199

Shannon Kennedy

36

33

:

58

/

10

:

55.9

33AG

199

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Joe Burgasser

68

19

:

56

/

6

:

24.9

1M65

21

Jim Rogan

41

21

:

33

/

6

:

56.2

3M40

35

Ken Barry

51

36

:

38

/

11

:

47.4

20AG

248

KIAWAH MARATHON                                     December 10, 2006
Kiawah, South Carolina

At the halfway point, Chuck Engle was three minutes down from the leaders in third place, but in the final mile he pushed his way into the front and continued to his 23rd marathon victory of 2006.
In the women's race, Jennifer Jacobs won her third consecutive Kiawah Island Marathon in her fastest Kiawah time, missing a course record by just 38 seconds.
Dee Anna ran seconds of her time last year and finished first in her age division!
There were 508 Male and 402 Female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Chuck Engle

35

2

:

37

:

52

/

6

:

01.3

CBS

OH

Jennifer Jacobs

26

2

:

51

:

40

/

6

:

32.9

CRY

NC

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Dee Anna Farnell

52

3

:

50

:

15

/

8

:

46.9

1F50

70

NEW LAS VEGAS MARATHON                     December 10, 2006

Joseph Kahugu of Kenya was the winner of the New Las Vegas Marathon and also the winner of the male-female challenge where the women start earlier than the men and the first to the finish line receives a $50,000 bonus. He caught the lead woman, Jemima Jelagat, with just a half mile left in the race.
Our small band of travelers haven't shared their marathon adventures with us yet ... stay tuned..

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

RES

Joseph Kahugu

__

2

:

16

:

23

/

5

:

12.1

KEN

Jemima Jelagat

__

2

:

35

:

13

/

5

:

55.2

KEN

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Amy McClenathan

45

3

:

39

:

01

/

8

:

21.2

7F45

78

Kathleen Stein

4_

4

:

04

:

10

/

9

:

18.8

78AG

386

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Jonathan Dunford

45

3

:

30

:

18

/

8

:

01.3

55AG

373

Stephen Abelman

5_

3

:

32

:

15

/

8

:

05.7

32AG

416

Chip Merlin

47

3

:

51

:

53

/

8

:

53.9

879

4TH ANNUAL GULF BEACHES 1/2 MARATHON
Madeira Beach, Florida                                     December 10, 2006

Beth PR'd by one second over her time here last year while Jim continued to chop six and a half minutes from his! PR history is missing for some of you and, when in question, a Y? Is shown below.
Karen led our women through the finish chute and Duncan the men. 285 Men and 340 Women completed their finish cards.
There were 669 finish cards distributed.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Mike Mollod

42

1

:

19

:

53

/

6

:

05.6

SAR

FL

Christa Benton

22

1

:

21

:

57

/

6

:

15.1

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Karen Collins

43

1

:

32

:

04

/

7

:

01.4

3 OA

3

Sybil Struck

20

1

:

37

:

23

/

7

:

25.7

Y?

1F20

6

Beth WonickerCook

40

1

:

45

:

16

/

8

:

01.8

Y

1F40

13

Anna Reschar

44

1

:

45

:

39

/

8

:

03.6

2F40

16

Brenda Plagge

43

1

:

48

:

03

/

8

:

14.5

Y?

5F40

26

Molly Moore

49

2

:

02

:

14

/

9

:

19.5

Y?

11AG

96

Marcia Horan

55

2

:

04

:

09

/

9

:

28.2

2F55

105

Anik Clemens

28

2

:

05

:

10

/

9

:

32.9

Y?

18AG

109

Lenore Rupert

63

2

:

18

:

54

/

10

:

35.7

3F60

186

Vivian DeRussy

49

2

:

35

:

19

/

11

:

50.9

30AG

244

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Duncan Cameron

64

1

:

29

:

38

/

6

:

50.3

1M60

13

Ken Dent

59

1

:

30

:

04

/

6

:

52.2

2M55

16

Jim McDannel

38

1

:

40

:

22

/

7

:

39.4

Y

15AG

61

Chris Coleman

43

1

:

41

:

14

/

7

:

43.3

10AG

67

Jon Wilson

61

1

:

41

:

29

/

7

:

44.5

3M60

69

Ernie Glode

46

1

:

48

:

47

/

8

:

17.9

Y

20AG

108

Ray Goetz

66

2

:

05

:

03

/

9

:

32.4

3M65

197

17TH ANNUAL SAY NO TO DRUGS 10KM & 5KM
Coachman Park      Clearwater, Florida          December 16, 2006

A good day for all who ran on this warm, humid December in Florida kind of day.
Melanie led our small group in and was second overall in her last race before heading up to cold country of Michigan for the holidays! Carol missed her PR by 2 seconds.
Ken, who lives in Homassassa, led the Forerunners men in. Ten yr old Hunter broke 50 minutes for the first time! In the 5KM, Mike led the way in. Beth ran again this year with her daughter Lauren. They improved on their time from last year!
There were 158 male and 116 female finishers in the 10K.
There were 218 male and 160 female finishers in the 5K.

10KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Lee Stephens

26

32

:

32

/

5

:

14.1

T.T.

FL

Christa Benton

22

35

:

32

/

5

:

43.1

SP

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Melanie Peters

23

36

:

48

/

5

:

55.3

2 OA

2

Carol Glasscock

39

39

:

09

/

6

:

18.0

1F35

6

Bernie Brown

52

1

:

11

:

15

/

11

:

28.0

4M50

100

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Ken Dent

59

40

:

58

/

6

:

35.6

1M55

16

Duncan Cameron

64

41

:

17

/

6

:

38.6

1M60

20

Hunter McCann

10

49

:

59

/

8

:

02.6

Y

1U15

71

5KM OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Matt Broderick

20

15

:

44

/

5

:

03.8

LTZ

FL

Jennifer Burke

24

19

:

31

/

6

:

16.9

BN

MO

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Lauren WonickerCo

7

38

:

49

/

12

:

29.6

1U10

128

Beth WonickerCook

40

38

:

51

/

12

:

30.9

10AG

130

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Mike Bartholomew

49

19

:

58

/

6

:

25.6

2M45

23

Willie Roth

50

21

:

47

/

7

:

00.7

4M50

31

Joel Wonicker-Cook

37

24

:

18

/

7

:

49.3

3M35

64

JACKSONVILLE MARATHON & 1/2           December 17, 2006
Bolles High School      Jacksonville, Florida

As with many marathons, there was a mix of responses to the "how did you do" question. It was 91 percent humidity, but participants from last year said the conditions were better than the 100 percent (rain) of the past two years.
Kristine led the team in, PRing by 1:37 from her previous best set at Chicago in 2005. Anna dropped another 4:18 from her PR also set there at that same year. Holley was thrilled with her 23:46 improvement from her PR set last year at Tampa's Bank of America. But the most dramatic PR of the day is Darlene's 48:39 - amazing!
Joe again ran a National Class time with his 84.9% - that's an Age (or Performance)Graded time of 2:29:23!
In the Half, Christy was third overall woman finishing just thirty four seconds behind the leader.
Ron Ray finished the last race of his life. We had just met him and his wife Maritsa the night before the race and the couple asked Joe to begin coaching them. Darlene met and trained with Maritsa for the marathon after moving to Georgia. Ron collapsed shortly after finishing and was taken to the hospital. A police officer found Maritsa at mile 21 and brought her to be with Ron where he died. Words don't come easy in sharing this story. The family is strong. Darlene reports that Maritsa has vowed to return and finish the marathon next year as she is sure that her husband Ron would have wanted her to do that.
There were 588 Male and 310 Female finishers in the Marathon.
There were 597 Male and 594 Female finishers in the Half.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Henry Ongechi

33

2

:

27

:

33

/

5

:

37.8

CLD

OH

Jessica Kennedy

28

2

:

55

:

45

/

6

:

42.2

SMD

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Kristine Cox

41

3

:

08

:

44

/

7

:

11.9

Y

1F40

6

Christina Simpson

45

3

:

43

:

09

/

8

:

30.7

7F45

48

Anna Reschar

44

3

:

44

:

57

/

8

:

34.8

Y

14AG

53

Darlene Goode

44

4

:

06

:

21

/

9

:

23.8

Y

21AG

112

Holley Simoneau

47

4

:

20

:

19

/

9

:

55.7

Y

24AG

153

Leslee Sagristano

50

4

:

24

:

19

/

10

:

04.5

10AG

162

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Joseph Burgasser

68

3

:

14

:

18

/

7

:

24.7

1M65

55

David Delong

48

3

:

19

:

45

/

7

:

37.1

7M45

73

Jon Kieffer

63

4

:

24

:

20

/

10

:

04.9

14AG

388

HALF OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Fred Kieser

35

1

:

08

:

51

/

5

:

15.1

CLD

OH

Michelle Krueger

31

1

:

23

:

21

/

6

:

__._

JAX

FL

FORERUNNERS

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Christy Phillips

44

1

:

23

:

55

/

6

:

24.1

3 OA

3

Michelle Kieffer

48

1

:

57

:

42

/

8

:

58.0

17AG

155

Ron Ray

49

2

:

15

:

37

/

10

:

20.7

450

MANATEE RIVER 5MILE                                 December 30, 2006
Emerson Point Park       Palmetto, Florida

This race served as the RRCA State Championship this year and was well attended.
Karen won the Masters, led our women in and PR'd by eleven seconds.
Christine and Hunter also PR'd as their first crack at the distance. A fun course consisting of 1.5 miles of winding crushed shell paths and 3.5 of park roadway.
236 male and 176 female finishers.

OVERALL

AGE

TIME

PACE

CITY

ST

Darren Brown

21

26

:

05

/

5

:

13.0

?

FL

Laura Bowerman

20

30

:

11

/

6

:

02.2

?

FL

FRNRS WOMEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Karen Collins

43

33

:

27

/

6

:

41.4

Y

1M

7

Denise Skinner

49

35

:

04

/

7

:

00.8

1M

6

Adrienne Lufkin

21

35

:

24

/

7

:

04.8

3F20

12

Debra Donald

48

36

:

54

/

7

:

22.8

1F45

18

Wendy Burgasser

53

38

:

46

/

7

:

45.2

1F50

25

Pamela McCann

40

41

:

25

/

8

:

17.0

7F40

40

Christine Arbasak

48

42

:

24

/

8

:

28.8

Y

3F45

44

Ginger Herring

64

54

:

18

/

10

:

51.6

2F60

124

FRNRS MEN

AGE

TIME

PACE

PR

DIV

OA

Joe Burgasser

68

32

:

40

/

6

:

32.0

1M65

28

Duncan Cameron

64

33

:

50

/

6

:

46.0

2M60

38

Dan McClenathan

55

37

:

19

/

7

:

27.8

23AG

184

Willie Roth

50

37

:

51

/

7

:

34.2

7M50

82

Hunter McCann

9

41

:

28

/

8

:

17.6

Y

2U13

117