Sunday, December 31, 2017

Texas Marathon and Half Marathon Overall Winners and Finishers (2000-2017)


Marathon
Men - Overall
2000 - Pat Shannon, 3:16:36
2001 - Robert King, 3:24:07
2002 - Robert King, 3:04:27
2003 - Bill Schroeder, 2:57:35
2004 - Carlos Ibarra, 2:59:52
2005 - John Yoder, 3:01:11
2006 - Chuck Engle, 2:52:44
2007 - Terry Garrett, 2:56:17
2008 - Daniel Lawton, 2:46:50
2009 - Kurt Klewin, 2:42:31
2010 - Gerry Hogg, 2:47:47
2011 - Daniel Lawton, 2:44:39
2012 - Jacob Gautreaux, 3:10:57
2013 - Mark Lawton, 3:03:29
2014 - Daniel Bucci, 3:00:44
2015 - John Hill, 2:42:59
2016 - Daniel Bucci, 2:55:28
2017 - Ramesh Kanjilimadom, 3:10:31

Women - Overall
2000 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:36:00
2001 - Suzy Seeley, 3:49:06
2002 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:36:41
2003 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:45:12
2004 - Theresa Woosley, 3:36:31
2005 - Julianna Keogh, 3:32:24
2006 - Kimberly Simmons, 3:29:27
2007 - Christine Agnew, 3:06:12
2008 - Shannon Shoelen, 3:21:40
2009 - Jessica Jackson, 3:16:49
2010 - Melissa Keith, 3:24:40
2011 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:35:10
2012 - Vicky Cook, 3:13:23
2013 - Suzy Seeley, 3:34:06
2014 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:25:02
2015 - Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 3:25:15
2016 - Stefanie Bernosky, 3:29:43
2017 - Erin Dawson, 3:20:15 (first out-of-stater since Jackson)

Wheelchair
2008 - Chris McDonald, 3:11:15

Total Number of Finishers
2000 - 16 (9 men / 7 women)
2001 - 14 (9 men / 5 women)
2002 - 36 (29 men / 7 women)
2003 - 68 (42 men / 26 women)
2004 - 129 (82 men / 47 women)
2005 - 114 (73 men / 41 women)
2006 - 124 (89 men / 35 women)
2007 - 176 (123 men / 53 women)
2008 - 245 (144 men / 101 women)
2009 - 264 (152 men / 112 women)
2010 - 245 (153 men / 92 women)
2011 - 318 (196 men / 122 women)
2012 - 224 (134 men / 90 women)
2013 - 247 (151 men / 96 women)
2014 - 305 (175 men / 130 women)
2015 - 298 (169 men / 129 women)
2016 - 331 (173 men / 158 women)
2017 - 312 (164 men / 148 women)

Half Marathon
Men
2009 - Jason Garcia, 1:16:49
2010 - Brock Babin, 1:27:39
2011 - Kerry Lee, 1:24:44
2012 - Kerry Lee, 1:18:38
2013 - Jacob Lefler, 1:19:37
2014 - Logan Terry, 1:14:53
2015 - Walt Yarrow, 1:32:45
2016 - Benjamin Parva, 1:21:55
2017 - Trent Nolen, 1:22:07

Women
2009 - Julie Mosier-Crosno, 1:30:26
2010 - Adrian Harkey, 1:32:22
2011 - Susan Sullivan, 1:31:03
2012 - Kathryn Nolen, 1:34:40
2013 - Jennica Barrow, 1:31:35
2014 - Emily Potts, 1:36:06
2015 - Jennifer Laughlin, 1:38:19
2016 - Callie Yarbrough, 1:35:45
2017 - Gabrielle Hoekstra, 1:36:53

Total Number of Finishers
2009 - 158 (56 men / 102 women)
2010 - 203 (61 men / 142 women)
2011 - 300 (106 men / 194 women)
2012 - 343 (140 men / 203 women)
2013 - 259 (105 men / 154 women)
2014 - 317 (128 men / 189 women)
2015 - 290 (110 men / 180 women)
2016 - 276 (105 men / 171 women)
2017 - 294 (122 men / 172 women)

Texas Marathon and Half Marathon Combined Total Number of Finishers
2000 - 16 (9 men / 7 women)
2001 - 14 (9 men / 5 women)
2002 - 36 (29 men / 7 women)
2003 - 68 (42 men / 26 women)
2004 - 129 (82 men / 47 women)
2005 - 114 (73 men / 41 women)
2006 - 124 (89 men / 35 women)
2007 - 176 (123 men / 53 women)
2008 - 245 (144 men / 101 women)
2009 - 422 (208 men / 214 women)
2010 - 448 (214 men / 234 women)
2011 - 618 (302 men / 316 women)
2012 - 567 (274 men / 293 women)
2013 - 506 (256 men / 250 women)
2014 - 622 (303 men / 319 women)
2015 - 588 (279 men / 309 women)
2016 - 607 (278 men / 329 women)
2017 - 606 (286 men / 320 women)

Friday, December 29, 2017

2017 Year in Review


66 - Races Run
27 - Races Announced (counting Seabrook as three as there was a race on three days)
  2 - Media (Chevron Houston Marathon and TX State Homeschool XC Meet)
  2 - DNS (10K, Marathon at time of Hurricane Harvey)
  2 - DNF (10M, Marathon)
  3 - Cheering runners on
  1 - Volunteer (Announcing at Barry Blanton's run aid station at Memorial Hermann Ironman Texas)

So basically, I appeared in some way, shape or form at 103 races in 2017.

And, actually, the races run and the races announced could have been a few more.

Honestly, the number was a little elevated this year because of my work northwest of Fort Worth. 

Seven times I stopped to do the Thursday night 5K on the Trinity Trails that was produced by the Cox Running Club. 

Although one other year here recently, I was at 104; therefore, it isn't a record.

36 - Races that were new to me.
11 - Races run in new Texas cities or towns, bringing the total to 137.
  4 - Races run in new North American cities or towns, outside of Texas, bringing that total to 163.

I tried to get to 50 "new races to me" this year to match the number of years old that I turned in January, but going down with a tight piriformis muscle that pulled my pelvis out of line in mid-September limited that some.

Performance-wise, things all went down hill after the 2:06:09 Revel Mount Charleston Half Marathon in Las Vegas the last Saturday in April.

Had a 2:13 and a 2:15 half on pretty flat courses in cold weather in late January and late February, respectively, in Sugar Land and Victoria.

I think the most fun that I had all year was the wazUPwidis 3.25-mile urban run/1,000 stair climb on a very cold morning in Roanoke, Virginia this February with Waverly.

We also had a good time at the seventh annual Cutters 5K in Williamsport, Pennsylvania in late June when we went back to visit my 92-year-old grandmother and her great-grandmother.

Another interesting and fun event was the Dam Night Run 5K in Arkadelphia, Arkanas - a fast downhill 5K.

I would give a Race Director of the Year award to Lauren Stroud, followed closely by Nancy Goodnight.  I ran two races of each of these ladies. 

Lauren does a really good job and just needs to get her help into a routine and gaining the confidence to know what decisions to make - to lessen her load a little bit.  That comes with time and experience.  You owe it to yourself to run one of Lauren's races, if at a minimum because the courses are pancake flat.

Nancy, on the other hand, will make each one of her races uniquely difficult, but she is about the only person that I know that has as much exuberant energy as Nancy is Patty Godfrey.

Good move by Robby Sabban to pick up Patty to announce for his Running Alliance Sport races. 

I know that some people are disappointed I no longer work RAS races, but Patty does an admirable job.  Great voice, a lot of excitement; different approach, but committed to the same type of professionalism and excellence that I seek to create.

I was really fortunate to get an opportunity to handle the finish line for the Houston Half Marathon.  I'm certainly eager to have that chance again in 2018.

And, of course, my most cherished races are the two cross country meets that I do for Sam Houston State University and the two that I do for The Woodlands High School boys program.

They wear me out more than any other race, but the way I see it:  there's only four UIL Region meets (and I get to do one) and there's only eight NXN Regional meets (and the same thing ... I get to do one).

Not really sure what 2018 has in store for me.

Honestly, my energy level is waning. 

And I've been through some situations I wish that I hadn't had to deal with.

I'm certainly excited, though, to support Waverly's debut marathon effort in two weeks.  I will start with her, running the first 5-6 miles, peel the timing device off my bib and then meet her at mile 20 and running her in. 

Because I have a bib in the same race and I start that race, my pacing her is legal and doesn't subject her to a DQ.

My plan to get ready was short-circuited by my injury, but I've finished 54 marathons - and it will be Waverly's day regardless of what the time is on the clock.

If you know of a good race that I should do that is fairly local, please let me know.

I'm certainly partial to races that are new to me and are in places that I've never run before. 

I don't know if I'll get to a race in 400 North American cities or towns or not, but I do hope to make some progress on running a mile in every Texas county (as a race in each is unlikely). 

I got to 106 today with eight in total on this short trip.

And, of course, I continue to look for a reason to not run as many races, but until that improves, as I tell many people, I have nothing better to do (and I need to try and keep the weight in check.)

In the meantime, I'll do my best to encourage you in what it is that you like to do.

If you count me as a friend, I'm honored. 

And more importantly, thank you for being my friend.

Have a great 2018 in just your life in general as well as the things that you do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Monday, December 18, 2017

Houston's12K of Christmas Finisher Numbers


12K
2017 - 710 (306 men / 404 women)
2016 - 523 (207 men / 325 women)
2015 - 576 (210 men / 366 women)
2014 - 553 (202 men / 351 women)
2013 - 702 (276 men / 426 women)

6K
2017 - 321 (117 men / 204 women)
2016 - 484 (168 men / 316 women)
2015 - 260 (81 men / 179 women)
2014 - 152 (51 men / 81 women, plus 6 men / 14 women DQ with times in 12K results)
2013 - 116 (38 men / 78 women)

Total
2017 - 1,031
2016 - 1,007
2015 -   836
2014 -   705
2013 -   818

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Santa Hustle Galveston Finisher Numbers


Half Marathon
2012 - 639 (378 women / 261 men)
2013 - 956 (593 women / 363 men)
2014 - 1,350 (998 women / 441 men)
2015 - 1,182 (772 women / 410 men)
2016 - 933 (593 women / 343 men)
2017 - 725 (457 women / 268 men)

5K
2012 - 1,566 (1,015 women / 551 men)
2013 - 1,959 (1,295 women / 664 men)
2014 - 2,853 (1,899 women / 950 men)
2015 - 2,959 (2,105 women / 854 men)
2016 - 2,369 (1,687 women / 682 men)
2017 - 2,420 (1,680 women / 739 men)

Total
2012 - 2,205
2013 - 2,915
2014 - 4,203
2015 - 4,141
2016 - 3,301
2017 - 3,145

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

BCS Marathon Race Series Finishers


BCS Half Marathon
2011 - 902 (581 women / 381 men)
2012 - 2,089 (1,310 women / 779 men)
2013 - 2,052 (1,348 women / 704 men)
2014 - 2,573 (1,728 women / 845 men)
2015 - 1,957 (1,237 women / 720 men)
2016 - 1,895 (1,224 women / 671 men)
2017 - 1,627 (984 women / 641 men / 2 relay)

BCS Marathon
2011 - 408 (173 women / 235 men)
2012 - 614 (262 women / 352 men)
2013 - 944 (419 women / 525 men) + 39 relay
2014 - 956 (450 women / 506 men) + 51 relay
2015 - 641 (294 women / 347 men) + unknown relay
2016 - 659 (294 women / 332 men) + 33 relay
2017 - 503 (210 women / 267 men) + 26 relay

Brazos Running Company Turkey Trot 5K
2013 - 769 (420 women / 349 men)
2014 - 1,086 (632 women / 454 men)
2015 - 869 (460 women / 409 men)
2016 - 1,053 (589 women / 464 men)
2017 - Not timed.

Nutrabolt Half Marathon 
2015 - 346 (214 women, 132 men)
2016 - 641 (392 women, 249 men) - 773 in database (17.07% no-show)
2017 - Cancelled.

Nutrabolt 10K
2015 - 271 (178 women, 93 men)
2016 - 558 (384 women, 174 men) - 668 in database (16.46% no-show)
2017 - Cancelled.

Girls Just Want to Have Fun 5K
2013 - 209 women
2014 - 260 women
2015 - 146 women
2016 - 138 women
2017 - 425 women

Scott and White BCS Trail Race 25K (Formerly Millican Ultra Run 25K)
2015 - 127 (67 women, 60 men)
2016 - 103 (55 women, 47 men, 1 unknown)
2017 - 39 (16 women, 23 men)

Scott and White BCS Trail Race 10K (Formerly Millican Ultra Run 10K)
2015 - 145 (90 women, 55 men)
2016 - 164 (90 women, 74 men)
2017 - 124 (71 women, 53 men)

Scott and White BCS Trail Race 5K2017 - 71 (48 women, 23 men)

BCS 10K (Defunct)
2013 - 334 (218 women, 116 men)
2014 - 411 (307 women, 104 men)

BCS 5K (Defunct)
2013 - 193 (128 women, 65 men)
2014 - 119 (70 women, 49 men)

Night Trail Run 15K (Defunct)
2013 - 71 (35 women, 36 men)
2014 - 101 (56 women, 45 men)

Night Trail Run 10K (Defunct)
2013 - 146 (102 women, 44 men)
2014 - 183 (130 women, 53 men)

Night Trail Run 5K (Defunct)
2013 - 185 (133 women, 52 men)

BCS 5 and Dime 10-Miler (Defunct)
2013 - 244 (172 women, 72 men)

BCS 5 and Dime 5-Miler (Defunct)
2013 - 116 (73 women, 43 men)

Millican Ultra Run 50M (Defunct)
2015 - 14 (4 women, 10 men)

Millican Ultra Run 50K (Defunct)
2015 - 35 (13 women, 22 men)
2016 - 26 (5 women, 21 men)

Monday, December 11, 2017

Finish Line Sports Sugar Land 30K Top 10 Times (2001-2017)


Overall Male Open
1:37:30 -- Alfred Kiplagat, 2017
1:38:32 -- Alfred Kiplagat, 2016
1:40:15 -- Paolo Natali, 2014
1:40:20 -- Patrick Rotich, 2010
1:40:37 -- Henry Lelei, 2017
1:41:00 -- Calum Neff, 2014
1:41:41 -- Gannon White, 2002
1:41:45 -- Sean Wade, 2002
1:42:01 -- Ryan Smith, 2013
1:42:17 -- Sammy Kiplagat, 2012

Overall Male Masters
1:46:52 -- Wilmer Bustillos (43), 2008
1:47:38 -- Peter Lawrence (41), 2013
1:48:51 -- Jon Butler (44), 2006
1:49:01 -- Peter Lawrence (40), 2012
1:49:26 -- Peter Lawrence (42), 2014
1:49:52 -- Wilmer Bustillos (42), 2007
1:49:58 -- Todd Gilbreath (41), 2006
1:50:14 -- Joe Melanson (46), 2001
1:50:27 -- Michael Defee (40), 2014
1:50:35 -- Gerardo Mora (43), 2009

Overall Female Open
1:50:43 -- Rachel Booth, 2011
1:59:55.6 -- Cali Roper, 2017
1:59:56.2 -- Heidy Lozano (43), 2006
1:59:56.8 -- Peggy Yetman, 2007
2:00:11 -- Bree Schrader, 2017
2:00:56 -- Adrienne Langelier, 2009
2:01:35 -- Virginia Jones, 2013
2:01:51 -- Julie Mosier, 2001
2:01:56 -- Anngela Caron, 2013
2:02:27 -- Christie Lammers (46), 2002

Overall Female Masters
1:59:57 -- Heidy Lozano (43), 2006
2:02:27 -- Christie Lammers (46), 2002
2:03:59 -- Heidy Lozano (47), 2010
2:04:49 -- Heidy Lozano (42), 2005
2:05:02 -- Laura Bennett (44), 2012
2:05:10 -- Susan Walters (45), 2009
2:05:29 -- Laura Bennett (42), 2010
2:05:30 -- Heidy Lozano (45), 2008
2:06:29 -- Laura Bennett (43), 2011
2:07:02 -- Susan Walters (41), 2005

Finish Line Sports Sugar Land 30K Winners (1988-2017)


Men's Overall

2017 - Alfred Kiplagat, 1:37:29.8
2016 - Alfred Kiplagat, 1:38:32*
2015 - Maximo Mendoza, 1:48:43
2014 - Paulo Natali, 1:40:15
2013 - Ryan Smith, 1:42:01
2012 - Sammy Kiplagat, 1:42:17
2011 - Joe Thorne, 1:42:23
2010 - Patrick Rotich, 1:40:20
2009 - Ryan Smith, 1:49:18
2008 - Luis Armenteros, 1:43:55
2007 - Cole Dailey, 1:48:50
2006 - Brett Riley, 1:44:48
2005 - Luis Armenteros, 1:45:18
2004 - Brett Riley, 1:46:37
2003 - Luis Armenteros, 1:45:49
2002 - Gannon White, 1:41:41
2001 - Gannon White, 1:44:26
2000 - Gannon White, 1:44:16
1999 - Rudy Rocha, Jr., 1:39:35
1998 - David Washburn, 1:49:12
1997 - Joe Flores, 1:42:16
1996 - Justin Chaston, 1:41:14
1995 - Vince Dietsch, 1:44:42
1994 - Mark Prinzel, 1:46:01
1993 - Vince Dietsch, 1:40:34
1992 - Jon Warren, 1:36:52
1991 - John Zuilhof, 1:43:16
1990 - Jim Thorpe, 1:42:40
1989 - Rafael Colmenares, 1:35:02#
1988 - David Washburn, 1:37:49

Women's Overall

2017 - Cali Roper, 1:59:55.6
2016 - Elizabeth Sauvageau, 2:03:16
2015 - Stacy Holden, 2:10:57
2014 - Amber Brunmeier, 2:05:52
2013 - Virginia Jones, 2:01:35
2012 - Virginia Jones, 2:04:58
2011 - Rachel Booth, 1:50:43*
2010 - Heidy Lozano, 2:03:59
2009 - Adrienne Langelier, 2:00:55
2008 - Heidy Lozano, 2:05:29
2007 - Peggy Yetman, 1:59:54
2006 - Heidy Lozano, 1:59:56
2005 - Heidy Lozano, 2:04:48
2004 - Sheila Carmody, 2:08:14
2003 - Susan Walters, 2:08:45
2002 - Christie Lammers, 2:02:27
2001 - Julie Mosier, 2:01:51
2000 - Joy Smith, 1:58:56
1999 - Jessica Armenteros, 2:04:58
1998 - Bridget Degan, 2:01:45
1997 - Kimbberly Markland, 1:56:17
1996 - Melissa Hurta, 1:58:04
1995 - Donna Sterns, 2:06
1994 - Patty Valadka, 1:58:57
1993 - Donna Sterns, 1:58:32
1992 - Carol McLatchie, 1:53:59#
1991 - Bridget Degan, 2:02:07
1990 - Donna Rickenbacker, 1:58:57
1989 - Donna Roark, 1:57:00
1988 - Teresa Villasenor, 1:58:44

Men's Masters

2017 - Peter Lawrence, 1:54:03
2016 - Peter Lawrence, 1:52:05 (Third overall; Michael Defee, 1:52:28)
2015 - Michael Defee, 1:54:32 (Third overall; Peter Lawrence, 1:57:35)
2014 - Peter Lawrence, 1:49:26
2013 - Peter Lawrence, 1:47:38
2012 - Peter Lawrence, 1:49:01
2011 - Wilmer Bustillos, 1:50:43
2010 - Manfred Roenz, 1:57:51
2009 - Gerardo Mora, 1:50:35
2008 - Wilmer Bustillos, 1:46:51*
2007 - Wilmer Bustillos, 1:49:49
2006 - Jon Butler, 1:48:51
2005 - Francisco Perez, 1:50:47
2004 - William Bosking, 1:55:24
2003 - David Washburn, 1:54:01
2002 - Rich Fredrich, 1:53:07
2001 - Joe Melanson, 1:50:14
2000 - Rich Fredrich, 1:51:39
1999 - Joe Flores, 1:47:04
1998 - Bernie Weber, 1:51:19
1997 - David Washburn, 1:45:25
1996 - Matt McMenemy, 1:52:04
1995 - Joe Melanson, 1:52:42
1994 - Mickey Vann, 1:50:17
1993 - Mark Hunter, 1:44:37#
1992 - Gene Timberlake, 1:51:43
1991 - Bill Roach, 1:55:39
1990 - Bob Wolfe, 1:45:06
1989 - Bob Wolfe, 1:45:51

Women's Masters

2017 - Patricia Shaffer, 2:20:28
2016 - Allyson Serrao, 2:16:08
2015 - Sherry Scott, 2:27:59
2014 - Barbara Stoll, 2:16:49
2013 - Lisa Thompson, 2:16:11
2012 - Laura Bennett, 2:05:02*
2011 - Laura Bennett, 2:06:29
2010 - Laura Bennett, 2:05:29
2009 - Susan Walters, 2:05:08
2008 - Barbara Stoll, 2:08:42
2007 - Anna Sumrall Helm, 2:25:33
2006 - Susan Walters, 2:08:24
2005 - Susan Walters, 2:07:01
2004 - Joy Smith, 2:08:57
2003 - Suzanne Day, 2:13:58
2002 - Barbara Stoll, 2:07:44
2001 - Allison Wilbern, 2:18:11+
2000 - Regina Schuetze, 2:15:50
1999 - Christie Lammers, 2:09:28
1998 - Regina Schuetze, 2:11:19
1997 - Donna Sterns, 2:08:14+
1996 - Janet Northrup, 2:15:16
1995 - Nancy Prejean, 2:10:44
1994 - Kathy Barton, 2:01:19+#
1993 - Nancy Prejean, 2:05:49
1992 - Nancy Prejean, 2:08:45
1991 - Nancy Prejean, 2:09:46
1990 - Joyce Gaskin, 2:13:29
1989 - Shirlie Lindsay, 2:10:21

+ Part of a Warm-Up Series Sweep
* Current Course Record (2004-2016)
# Event Best Since 1988

Sunday, December 3, 2017

RunGirl 13.1 Half Marathon Age Group Bests (2010-2013)


Overall
2010 - Jessica Ratcliffe, 24, 1:32:22 (262 total finishers)
2011 - Krista Blevins, 41, 1:27:16** (875 total finishers)
2012 - Heather Hamilton, 31, 1:25:13* (655 total finishers)
2013 - Heather Hamilton, 32, 1:26:07 (683 total finishers)

* Course Record  ** Masters Record

Masters
2010 - Laura Folk, 49, 1:41:13
2011 - Lou Casteel, 43, 1:38:55
2012 - Kellie Metcalf, 46, 1:31:36 (3rd overall)
2013 - Carrie Schwartzenburg, 42, 1:39:09

14-Under
2010 - Heather Welsch, 8, 1:54:48
2011 - Rebekah Rodriguez, 14, 1:46:23
2012 - Katylynn Welsch, 12, 1:36:50
2013 - Katelyn Elliott, 13, 1:37:57

15-19
2011 - Kiara Douds, 19, 2:02:43
2012 - Sami Carley, 19, 1:55:35
2013 - Libby Hannah, 18, 2:02:17

20-24
2010 - Christina Ganem, 24, 1:45:40
2011 - Ashley Gray, 24, 1:31:43
2012 - Kelsey Zottnick, 24, 1:37:27
2013 - Djenne Maldondo, 23, 1:54:17

25-29
2010 - Heidi Brewer, 28, 1:47:42
2011 - Adrienne Langelier, 29, 1:28:25 (2nd overall)
2012 - Betsy Keane, 25, 1:33:56
2013 - Jessica Yanta, 27, 1:28:19 (3rd overall)

30-34
2010 - Abbie Artley, 34, 1:33:32 (2nd overall)
2011 - Vicky Cook, 34, 1:29:34 (3rd overall)
2012 - Bryn Benford, 30, 1:31:21 (2nd overall)
2013 - Hailey Crosswell, 30, 1:34:24

35-39
2010 - Sasja Jackson, 37, 1:41:59
2011 - Cortney Hebert, 37, 1:32:09
2012 - Dani Gleason, 35, 1:41:47
2013 - Angela Vizzeri, 38, 1:27:05 (2nd overall)

40-44
2010 - Norma Evans, 40, 1:43:11
2011 - Kim Chapman, 41, 1:44:34
2012 - Carri Strand Crowe, 44, 1:43:44
2013 - Charla Balette, 40, 1:43:01

45-49
2010 - Leslie Dupuy, 45, 1:50:45
2011 - Elva Guisnets, 45, 1:46:04
2012 - Joan Gallagher, 49, 1:50:11
2013 - Carri Strand Crowe, 45, 1:41:22

50-54
2010 - Sally Cheadle, 50, 1:47:58
2011 - Laura Folk, 50, 1:40:04
2012 - Miriam Terc, 54, 1:45:42
2013 - Tina Heddens, 51, 1:47:28

55-59
2010 - Susan Magee McClure, 59, 1:54:22
2011 - Julie Rutledge, 57, 1:45:36
2012 - Sandi Durr, 55, 2:10:01
2013 - Julie Ward, 58, 1:58:28

60-64
2010 - Candy Ludwick, 62, 2:14:12
2011 - Susan McClure, 60, 1:58:33
2012 - Marcia Noyes, 60, 2:09:00
2013 - Vicki Jones, 62, 2:04:13

65-69
2010 - Barbara Velotas, 65, 2:24:46
2011 - Cookie Thompson, 65, 2:29:22
2012 - Elizabeth Ahrens, 66, 2:06:56
2013 - Barbara Rogers, 66, 2:39:46

70-74
2011 - Betsy Chapman, 70, 3:11:48
2012 - Betsy Chapman, 71, 3:27:30
2013 - Betsy Chapman, 72, 3:18:19

Relay
2011 - Cheese-Cheese-Mart, 1:30:21.8 (67 teams)
2012 - Running 4 Fun, 1:42:58.1 (109 teams)
2013 - Trielite Racing, 1:36:44.0 (116 teams)
2014 - Bunny 'N A Bottle, 1:40:18.0 (57 teams)
2015 - Moni Caro, 1:35:41.1 (48 teams)
2016 -
2017 - Hot Mess, 1:34:57.2 (46 teams)

How NXN South Region Teams Fare at NXN Nationals


BOYS
2004 - The Woodlands 7th; Southlake Carroll 14th
2005 - Corpus Christi King 16th; Flower Mound 20th
2006 - Southlake Carroll 11th; The Woodlands 12th
2007 - The Woodlands 4th; Southlake Carroll 15th; Rogers (Arkansas) 16th
2008 - The Woodlands 4th; Cedar Park 8th
2009 - The Woodlands 3rd; Cedar Park 11th
2010 - Southlake Carroll 17th; The Woodlands 20th
2011 - Southlake Carroll 2nd; The Woodlands 21st
2012 - Southlake Carroll 8th; The Woodlands 22nd
2013 - Southlake Carroll 14th; Lewisville Hebron 21st
2014 - Southlake Carroll 19th; The Woodlands 22nd
2015 - The Woodlands 6th; Southlake Carroll 16th
2016 - The Woodlands 8th; Southlake Carroll 11th; The Woodlands College Park 21st
2017 - Flower Mound 14th; Southlake Carroll 19th

GIRLS
2004 - Humble Kingwood 7th; Southlake Carroll 8th
2005 - Southlake Carroll 3rd; Humble Kingwood 16th
2006 - Southlake Carroll 3rd
2007 - Southlake Carroll 18th; Keller 22nd
2008 - The Woodlands 14th; Cinco Ranch 20th; Humble Kingwood 22nd
2009 - Kingwood 16th; Southlake Carroll 22nd
2010 - The Woodlands 19th; Southlake Carroll 22nd
2011 - Southlake Carroll 7th; Humble Kingwood 17th
2012 - Southlake Carroll 2nd; The Woodlands 21st
2013 - New Braunfels 14th; Southlake Carroll 17th; The Woodlands 20th
2014 - Lewisville Hebron 8th; Flower Mound Marcus 21st
2015 - Southlake Carroll 15th; Kingwood 22nd
2016 - Southlake Carroll 9th; Keller 15th
2017 - Keller 4th; Southlake Carroll 20th

Sunday, November 26, 2017

HMSA Classical 25K Finishers History


2017 -    542
2016 -    710
2015 -    995
2014 - 1,060
2013 - 1,308
2012 - 1,153
2011 -    893 + 20 Relay
2010 - 1,242 + 31 Relay
2009 - 1,300 + ? Relay
2008 - 1,134
2007 - 1,596 + 39 Relay
2006 - 1,602
2005 - 1,855
2003 - 2,022
2002 - 1,929
2001 - 1,777
2000 - 1,713

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

City of Conroe Turkey Trot Official Finishers History


2017 - 170 (November 18)
2016 - 153 (November 19)
2015 - 150 (November 14)
2014 - 137 (November 15)
2013 - 131 (November 16)

Monday, November 20, 2017

La Porte By The Bay Half Marathon Finishers History


2017 - 1,588 (649 men / 939 women)
2016 - 1,746 (689 men / 1,057 women)
2015 - 1,647 (687 men / 960 women)
2014 - 1,367 (624 men / 743 women)
2013 - 1,321 (590 men / 731 women)
2012 - 1,222 (591 men / 631 women)
2011 - 890 (421 men / 469 women)
2010 - 653 (353 men / 300 women)

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Alex's 5K Official Finishers History


Alex's 5K Official Finishers History

2017 - 328
2016 - 315
2015 - 422
2014 - 222
2013 - 305
2012 - 164
2011 - 162

Sources:  eztoregister.com, mychiptime.com and runhoustontiming.net

Monday, November 6, 2017

Pleasure Island Bridge Half Marathon: By The Numbers


Combined

2012 - 305 overall (146 men, 159 women)
2013 - 473 overall (190 men, 263 women)
2014 - 424 overall (188 men, 236 women)
2015 - 358 overall (155 men, 203 women)
2016 - 340 overall (149 men, 191 women)
2017 - 264 overall (126 men, 138 women)

Half Marathon

2012 - 119 overall (63 men, 56 women)
2013 - 145 overall (85 men, 60 women)
2014 - 117 overall (64 men, 53 women)
2015 - 143 overall (79 men, 64 women)
2016 - 109 overall (58 men, 51 women)
2017 - 76 overall (45 men, 31 women)

10K

2012 - 151 overall (65 men, 86 women)
2013 - 216 overall (79 men, 137 women)
2014 - 219 overall (86 men, 133 women)
2015 - 173 overall (54 men, 119 women)
2016 - 194 overall (75 men, 119 women)
2017 - 147 overall (65 men, 82 women)

2-Mile

2012 - 35 overall (18 men, 17 women)
2013 - 112 overall (46 men, 66 women)
2014 - 88 overall (38 men, 50 women)
2015 - 42 overall (22 men, 20 women)
2016 - 37 overall (16 men, 21 women)
2017 - 41 overall (16 men, 25 women)


Saturday, October 21, 2017

Toughest 10K Galveston Finishers History


2017 - 1,748 (651 men / 1,097 women)
2016 - 1,826 (695 men / 1,131 women)
2015 - 1,666 (638 men / 1,028 women)
2014 - 1,551 (621 men / 930 women)
2013 - 1,418 (578 men / 840 women)
2012 - 1,462 (619 men / 843 women)
2011 - 686 (298 men / 398 women)

Toughest 10K Kemah Finishers History


2017 - 1,881 (746 men / 1,135 women)
2016 - 1,962 (746 men / 1,216 women)
2015 - 1,886 (732 men / 1,154 women)
2014 - 1,807 (714 men / 1,093 women)
2013 - 1,670
2012 - 1,502 (705 men / 797 women)
2011 - 826 (405 men / 421 women)
2010 - 672 (302 men / 370 women)
2009 - 328 (150 men / 178 women)
2008 - 206 (101 men / 105 women)

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Waverly Walk - Complete 10-Mile Race History


1:47:02 - Genworth Virginia 10-Miler, 9/24/16 (10:14 / 53:17 / 1:36:20)
1:47:19 - Memorial Hermann Ten For Texas, 10/14/17
1:50:00 - Genworth Virginia 10-Miler, 9/23/17 ( 9:35 / 53:03 / 1:38:45)
1:51:01 - Genworth Virginia 10-Miler, 9/26/15 (11:15 / 55:52 / 1:39:57)
1:51:32 - Genworth Virginia 10-Miler, 9/27/14 (11:45 / 55:41 / 1:41:18)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Space City 10-Miler Race Story


HOUSTON -- It was a double danger kind of race morning at Sunday's Space City 10-Miler.

Not only were runners able to see the humidity at the start, but they also felt the heat at the finish line as conditions worsened through the morning -- despite sunny skies.

However, Georgetown's Alfred Kiplagat and Houston's Hillary Montgomery navigated the hexagon-shaped course in times that seemed a bit of a paradox.

Kiplagat, the 28-year-old, who wasn't pushed by runner-up Todd Van Velson, ran the slowest winning time of all 16 Space City 10-Milers in 52:34.7, while Montgomery, the 24-year-old former Texas A&M Aggie and 2016 US Olympic Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier, seemed in top form.

Even though Montgomery's margin of victory over Madison Brown - the former University of Houston Cougar - was more than twice that of Kiplagat's.

Her winning time of 56:45.8 was the fourth fastest in the race's history -- one that she holds the course and event record from two years ago in 55:11.8.

Both Kiplagat and Montgomery walked away with $800 each -- $500 for the win from title sponsor One Main Financial and another $300 from Nationwide Insurance for being the first runner at miles 2, 4 and 6.

Van Velson, 33, and Brown, 22, were second overall in 54:27 and 1:00:53, respectively, earning $300 while Luis Armenteros, 45, and Lauren Stroud, 26, were third - taking home $100 each -- in 56:18 and 1:01:55.

It was Armenteros' third show finish to go with a win in 2003, second place in 2004 and masters' victories the last three runnings of the race.

Meanwhile, Stroud has finished on the podium in each of the last five years, including winning the race last October and three consecutive second-place efforts in 2013-2015.

The masters' titles - and $200 in prize money - were won by a pair of Houstonians in Peter Lawrence and Stacy Holden.

Lawrence's winning time of 57:29 was actually the fourth best of nine consecutive finishes, including five 40-44 age group wins in the race's last six runnings, while Holden defended her title -- the fifth women in race history to do so -- in 1:08:17.

Montgomery, Van Velson, Armenteros and Holden were four of nine runners who earned entry into January's Chevron Houston Marathon or Aramco Houston Half Marathon as part of that race's Local Elite Invited Runner program.

Runners who live in a 19-country area surrounding Harris County can earn a free entry at each of the four Houston Area Road Runners Association's (HARRA) Fall Series races if they are the first to finish in a time that beats a pre-determined qualifying standard.
(UPDATE:  Montgomery declined the entry - or lives outside of the area now - and it rolled down to the former Cougar, Madison Brown, according to the Chevron Houston Marathon website.)

Kingwood's Stewart Everett, 51, and Katy's Lynn Malloy, 57, represented the Grandmasters with finishes of 1:05:02 and 1:12:30 -- beating the 1:06:19 and 1:17:06 standards.

Houston's Miguel Lopez, 66, and Sabra Harvey, 68, earned the Senior Grandmasters entries with showings of 1:11:29.7 and 1:11:34.5.

Harvey was a week removed from winning her age group at the USATF Masters 5K Championship in Syracuse, New York in a time of 20:44, which age grades to 99.04%.

The final Local Elite Invited Runner slot went to 70-year-old Ben Harvie, who finished in 1:17:14 -- easily more than two minutes under the 1:19:42 standard.  It was Harvie's sixth age group win in 11 career Space City 10-Miler finishes.

Harvie was one of 43 runners before the race who had finished 10 or more Space City 10-Milers since 2003 -- and another 12 on Sunday finished their 10th race (in 16 runnings of the race).

Runners will have the opportunity to earn up to 10 spots in each of the next three races of the HARRA Fall Series - the Houston Half Marathon, the Fleet Feet Sports HMSA Classical 25K and the Fort Bend Kia 30K.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Space City 10-Miler Ten Or More Finishes (2003-2017)


16 Finishes
Karen Lancer

15 Finishes
Jack Lippincott

14 Finishes
Annie Hadow
Jose Amador
Jose Luis Martinez
Julie Ward
Kathryn Vidal

13 Finishes
Dave Stadnick
Hesley Jackson
Jitka Newald
Joshua Rake
Kathleen Mahon
Kevin Ward
Luis Armenteros
Michael Root
Steve Schroeder

12 Finishes
Donna Sterns
Gloria J Mahoney
Jamal Jamalyaria
Roger Boak
Victor Aguirre

11 Finishes
Ben Harvie
Chris St. Jean
James Leonard
Javier Lucero
Jim Alvarez
Juergen Carl Mueller
Kevin Lang
Leo Henny
Margaret Montgomery
Mark Girouard
Mark Mann
Mary Spurlock
Priscilla Fierro
Rich Fredrich
Richard Peoples
Robert Walters
Samantha Cayton
Yong Collins

10 Finishes
Jody Berry
Jose Reyes
Lara Allen
Rosie Schmandt

9 Finishes
Allen Webb
Andrew Sharenson
Billie Kay Melanson+
Chris Robbins+
Deb Clifford
Dusty Cook
Eric Faria
Eric Schaefer
Ferris Jackson
German Collazos
Gracie Trejo
John Galey
John Yoder
Leno Rios+
Melissa Hurta+
Miguel Lopez+
Missy Maxwell+
Monica Montoya
Otilia Gonzales+
Patti Cardenas
Paul Danilewicz
Pete Rake+
Rachel Forrest+
Robert Hoekman+
Skip Teel+
Sondra Gajevsky
Stephanie Landsman+
Veronica Hoge

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Run In Texas Finishers Numbers


Piney Woods TrailFest 5K, 10 Mile, 20 Mile, 50k and Kids Mile, HOUSTON
2017 - 50K (17 - 5w/12m), 20M (44 - 26w/18m), 10M (132 - 62w/70m), 5K (62 - 42w/20m), 1M (19 - 13w/6m)
2016 - 50K (17 - 7w/10m), 20M (32 - 12w/20m), 10M (97 - 49w/48m), 5K (45 - 22w/23m), 1M (4 - 1w/3m)
2015 - 50K (25 - 5w/20m), 20M (63 - 23w/40m), 10M (109 - 53w/56m), 5K (53 - 26w/27m), 1M (5 - 4w/1m)
2014 - 50K (23 - 7w/16m), 20M (49 - 23w/26m), 10M (72 - 29w/43m), 5K (36 - 19w/17m)
2013 - 50K (19 - 5w/14m), 20M (24 - 12w/12m), 10M (94 - 48w/46m), 5K (63 - 33w/30m)
2012 - 10M (93 - 42w/49m), 5K (47 - 24w/23m)
2011 - 10M (99 - 36w/63m), 5K (73 - 39w/34m)
2010 - 10M (153 - 78w/75m), 5K (53 - 30w/23m)

Middleton Brewing Co. Third Coast 5K, SAN MARCOS
2017 - 258 (147 women / 111 men)
2016 - 113 (65 women / 48 men)

Goliad Brewing Co. 5K Beer Run, GOLIAD
2017 - 202 (106 women / 96 men)
2016 - 98 (62 women / 36 men)

Twisted X 5K Beer Run, DRIPPING SPRINGS
2016 - 590 (347 women / 243 men)
2015 - 322 (193 women / 129 men)

The Texas Two Way Torture Test 10M, JOHNSON CITY
2017 - 41 teams and 10 solo (8 women, 2 men)
2016 - 79 teams and 13 solo (4 women, 9 men)

Alamo Brewing Company 5K, SAN ANTONIO
2017 - 258 (140 women / 118 men)
2016 - 348 (180 women / 168 men)
2015 - 286 (160 women / 126 men)

El Chupacabra de DFW, GRAPEVINE
2014 - 10K (105 - 49w/56m), 5K (61 - 27w/34m)
2013 - 10K (72 - 30w/42m), 5K (50 - 31w/19m)
2011 - 10K (62 - 29w/33m)
2010 - 10K (84 - 43w/41m)

South Padre Island Sand Crab 10K & 5K Nighttime Beach Runs, SOUTH PADRE ISLAND
2017 - 10K (90 - 59w/31m), 5K (263 - 176w/87m), Kids (18 - 9w/9m)
2016 - 10K (140 - 85w/55m), 5K (377 - 241w/136m), Kids (29 - 16w/13m)
2015 - 10K (86 - 46w/40m), 5K (249 - 146w/103m), Kids (52 - 23w/29m)
2014 - 10K (127 - 69w/58m), 5K/2.8M (290 - 185w/105m), Kids (52 - 16w/36m)
2013 - 10K (153 - 81w/72m), 5K (488 - 322w/166m), Kids (65 - 36w/29m)
2012 - 10K (206 - 118w/88m), 5K (530 - 363w/167m)
2011 - 10K (159 - 83w/76m), 5K (213 - 142w/71m)

Texas Flower Country Women’s 5K/10K, FREDERICKSBURG
2017 - 10K (86), 5K (204)
2016 - 10K (129), 5K (331)
2015 - 10K (71), 5K (204)
2014 - 10K (137), 5K (243)
2013 - 10K (173), 5K (296)
Texas Lavender Women's 10K, BLANCO
2012 - 10K (171), 5K (279)
2011 - 10K (190), 5K (231)
2010 - 10K (312), 5K (281)
Texas Lavender Hills Women's 10K, BLANCO
2009 - 10K (120), 5K (143)

Cedar Creek Brewery, SEVEN POINTS
2017 - 142 (74 women / 68 men)
2016 - 160 (91 women / 69 men)
2015 - 129 (75 women / 54 men)

No Label Brewing First Street 5K, KATY
2017 - 973 (498 women / 473 men)
2016 - 942 (476 women / 466 men)
2015 - 769 (430 women / 339 men)
2014 - 675 (387 women / 288 men)

San Antonio Chupacabra 5K/10K Night Trail Run, SAN ANTONIO
2017 - 10K (161 - 66w/95m), 5K (248 - 134w/114m)
2016 - 10K (170 - 76w/94m), 5K (238 - 131w/107m)
2015 - 10K (153 - 65w/98m), 5K (236 - 126w/110m)
2014 - 10K (155 - 77w/78m), 5K (208 - 116w/92m)
2013 - 10K (265 - 118w/147m), 5K (411 - 254w/157m)
2012 - 10K (304 - 122w/182m), 5K (487 - 283w/204m)
2011 - 10K (470 - 210w/260m), 5K (436 - 255w/181m)
2010 - 10K (913 - 516w/397m)
2009 - 10K (452 - 214w/238m)
2008 - 10K (77 - 33w/46m)

Port Aransas Sand Crab 5K/10K, Kid Mile Nighttime Beach Run, PORT ARANSAS
2017 - 10K (34 - 16w/18m), 5K (128 - 88w/40m), Kids (21 - 9w/12m)
2016 - 10K (54 - 31w/23m), 5K (141 - 89w/52m), Kids (2 - 1w/1m)
2014 - 10K (7 - 4w/3m), 5K (36 - 23w/13m), Kids (16 - 7w/9m)

Southern Star Brewing Co. 5K, CONROE
2017 - 442 (217 women / 225 men)
2016 - 388 (204 women / 184 men)
2015 - 343 (179 women / 164 men)

Sand Crab Galveston 5K/10K Night Beach Run, GALVESTON
2017 - 10K (70 - 40w/30m), 5K (203 - 122w/79m), Kids (22 - 13w/9m)
2016 - 10K (45 - 21w/24m), 5K (157 - 91w/56m), Kids (30 - 16w/14m)
2015 - 10K (67 - 33w/34m), 5K (223 - 140w/83m), Kids (24 - 11w/13m)
2014 - 10K (72 - 38w/34m), 5K (204 - 129w/75m), Kids (17 - 7w/10m)
2013 - 10K (135 - 73w/62m), 5K (342 - 215w/127m), Kids (17 - 8w/9m)
2012 - 10K (291 - 158w/133m), 5K (660 - 456w/204m)
2011 - 10K (253 - 143w/110m), 5K (528 - 340w/188m)
2010 - 10K (399 - 224w/175m), 5K (636 - 420w/216m)

El Chupacabra de Houston 10K Night Trail Run, HOUSTON
2017 - 10K (101 - 36w/65m), 5K (94 - 54w/40m)
2016 - 10K (147 - 59w/88m), 5K (111 - 60w/51m)
2015 - 10K (87 - 30w/57m), 5K (80 - 40w/40m)
2014 - 10K (137 - 67w/70m), 5K (111 - 68w/43m)
2013 - 10K (218 - 103w/115m), 5K (195 - 111w/84m)
2012 - 10K (327 - 141w/186m), 5K (216 - 134w/82m)
2011 - 10K (429 - 215w/214m)
2010 - 10K (367 - 162w/205m)

Lighthouse Hill Ranch, Saturday, JOHNSON CITY
2017 - 50K (14 - 6w/8m), 20M (42 - 17w/25m), 10M (75 - 40w/35m)
2016 - 50K (22 - 10w/12m), 20M (31 - 13w/18m), 10M (70 - 37w/33m)
2015 - 50K (14 - 6w/8m), 20M (38 - 21w/17m), 10M (74 - 40w/34m)

General Zaragoza 5K Beer Run, GOLIAD2017 - 5K (125 - 70w/55m)

Monarch Migration 10K Butterfly, FREDERICKSBURG
2016 - 10K (23 - 15w/8m), 5K (60 - 46w/14m), 1M (20 - 14w/6m)
2015 - 10K (27 - 20w/7m), 5K (68 - 50w/18m), 1M (15 - 2w/13m)

Texas Harvest 5K/10K, FREDERICKSBURG

Spicewood Vineyards 1/2 Marathon & 10K, SPICEWOOD
2016 - Half (113 - 64w/59m), 10K (100 - 68w/32m)
2015 - Half (180 - 122w/58m), 10K (135 - 92w/43m)
2014 - Half (240 - 158w/82m), 10K (145 - 113w/32m)
2013 - Half (193 - 113w/80m), 10K (120 - 88w/32m)
2012 - Half (213 - 127w/86m), 10K (147 - 101w/46m)
2011 - Half (216 - 146w/70m), 10K (160 - 113w/47m)
2010 - Half (148 - 97w/51m), 10K (132 - 103w/29m)
2009 - Half (93 - 57w/36m), 10K (150 - 104w/46m)

Real Ale Brewing Company 5K Beer Run, BLANCO
2016 - 217 (115 women / 102 men)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Space City 10-Miler Male Age Group Winners


Second Place
2003 - No second place recognition
2004 - 0:52:30, Luis Armenteros, 32
2005 - 0:52:25, Kevin Castille, 33
2006 - No second place recognition
2007 - 0:50:12, Joseph Gray, 23
2008 - 0:52:28, Sean Wade, 42
2009 - 0:50:40, Sean Wade, 43
2010 - 0:50:30, Shadrack Songok, 26
2011 - 0:51:49, David Fuentes, 24
2012 - 0:52:37, Jeremy Daum, 26
2013 - 0:51:04, Barnabas Kirui, 27
2014 - 0:52:04, Calum Neff, 30
2015 - 0:52:01, Austin Roth, 24
2016(F) - 0:51:53, David Justus
2016(O) - 0:52:44, Carlos Arias, 22

Third Place
2003 - No third place recognition
2004 - 0:52:51, Andrew Cook, 23
2005 - 0:53:38, Sean Wade, 39
2006 - No third place recognition
2007 - 0:53:05, Luis Armenteros, 35
2008 - 0:53:39, Luis Armenteros, 36
2009 - 0:50:56, Sesar Figueroa, 25
2010 - 0:51:20, Chass Armstrong, 23
2011 - 0:52:46, Chass Armstrong, 30
2012 - 0:55:24, Richard Powell, 24
2013 - 0:51:50, Sammy Kiplagat Cheptoo, 40
2014 - 0:52:59, Matthew Perri, 23
2015 - 0:52:50, Ryan Smith, 30
2016(F) - 0:51:53, Drew Bean
2016(O) - 0:53:45, Adam Saloom, 26

19-Under
2006 - 0:58:42, D.J. Bean, 19
2007 - 1:10:54, Joshua Rake, 17

14-Under
2003 - 1:22:15, Ken Kroenung
2004 - 1:27:03, Alex Saltzman, 14
2005 - 1:35:32, Ted Docherty, 14
2008 - 1:16:59, Adrian Garcia, 14
2009 - 1:47:02, Keith Herrin, 13
2010 - 1:19:49, Keith Herrin, 14
2011 - No competitors
2012 - 1:24:19, Aaron Chandler, 11
2013 - 1:28:29, Kelly Carmichael, Jr., 11
2014 - 1:02:54, Jonathan Robbins, 11
2015 - 1:02:43, Jonathan Robbins, 12
2016(F) - 1:05:37, Jonathan Robbins
2016(O) - 1:04:25, Jonathan Robbins, 13

15-19
2003 - 1:17;24, Austin Wier, 15
2004 - 0:57:50, Alex Hoeg, 18
2005 - 1:10:53, Chris Pine, 19
2008 - 1:11:41, Joshua Rake, 18
2009 - 1:01:53, George Alvarado, 18
2010 - 1:09:36, Bill Wright, 18
2011 - 1:09:15, Mark Simmons, 18
2012 - 0:58:58, Timothy Messen, 16
2013 - 1:17:39, Noah Garza, 16
2014 - 1:14:44, Matthew Walton, 16
2015 - 1:03:07, David Tate, 18
2016(F) - 1:04:52, David Tate
2016(O) - No competitors

20-24
2003 - 1:15:49, William Medrano, 23
2004 - 0:58:15, Mitch Killough, 21
2005 - 0:56:40, Raul Villareal, 24
2006 - 0:51:08, Cole Dailey, 23
2007 - 0:54:21, Alex Moore, 24
2008 - 1:03:56, Stephen Milford, 23
2009 - 0:59:42, Frank Bwanble, 24
2010 - 0:52:58, Rio Reina, 23
2011 - 0:58:22, Andrew Clausen, 23
2012 - 1:02:16, Raul A. Medina, 22
2013 - 0:52:28, Jarrett Leblanc, 23
2014 - 0:54:18, Carlos Arias, 20
2015 - 0:52:53, Matthew Perri, 24
2016(F) - 0:54:12, Brock Moreaux
2016(O) - 1:57:19, Corey Scott, 20

25-29
2003 - 0:54:58, Gabriel Rodriguez, 25
2004 - 1:01:36, Jose Angel Lara, 28
2005 - 0:54:03, Gabriel Rodriguez, 27
2006 - 0:50:51, Bernard Manirariza, 27
2007 - 0:54:04, Bethuel Akuma, 27
2008 - 0:54:58, Alan Foolkes, 25
2009 - 0:54:23, Alan Foolkes, 26
2010 - 0:55:18, Alan Foolkes, 27
2011 - 0:54:16, Jeremy Daum, 25
2012 - 0:55:38, Ryan Smith, 27
2013 - 0:53:31, Richard Powell, 25
2014 - 0:53:01, Ryan Smith, 29
2015 - 0:54:18, Kent Pecora, 26
2016(F) - 0:54:33, Lane Boyer
2016(O) - 0:59:32, George Alvarado, 25

30-34
2003 - 0:54:27, Rudy Rocha, 34
2004 - 0:57:28, Brett Riley, 33
2005 - 0:55:06, Luis Armenteros, 33
2006 - 0:55:20, Drew Prisner, 34
2007 - 0:54:04, Junior Mitchell, 34
2008 - 0:56:07, Gabriel Rodriguez, 30
2009 - 0:56:05, Joe Oveido, 33
2010 - 0:53:13, Bethel Akuma, 30
2011 - 0:57:02, Dan Kahn, 32
2012 - 0:56:59, Jose Pablo Rivero Moreno, 30
2013 - 1:03:52, Jeremy Saums, 34
2014 - 0:58:54, Andrew Chaddick, 32
2015 - 1:01:22, Deon Belle, 34
2016(F) - 0:55:53, David Rodriquez
2016(O) - 1:02:26, Art Sherry, 33

35-39
2003 - 0:56:35, Jon Warren, 38
2004 - 0:54:14, Rudy Rocha, 35
2005 - 0:55:30, Rudy Rocha, 36
2006 - 0:57:31, Rudy Rocha, 38
2007 - 0:54:39, Rudy Rocha, 38
2008 - 0:55:24, Junior Mitchell, 35
2009 - 0:54:49, Dean King, 36
2010 - 0:52:45, Luis Armenteros, 38
2011 - 0:55:43, Vaughn Gubbs, 37
2012 - 0:56:42, Vaughn Gibbs, 38
2013 - 0:54:14, Roberto Moratilla, 35
2014 - 0:59:34, Dan Kahn, 35
2015 - 0:58:30, Samuel Sanderson, 38
2016(F) - 0:55:14, Matt McCurdy
2016(O) - 0:59:18, Jeremy Saums, 37

40-44
2003 - 0:59:55, Richard Peoples, 44
2004 - 1:04:28, Robert Walters, 44
2005 - 0:59:51, Francisco Perez, 40
2006 - 0:58:19, Gerardo Mora, 40
2007 - 0:57:29, Steven King, 44
2008 - 0:55:33, Wilmer Bustillos, 43
2009 - 0:56:20, Gerardo Mora, 43
2010 - 0:58:43, Thomas King, Jr., 41
2011 - 0:59:41, John Yoder, 40
2012 - 0:58:24, Peter Lawrence, 40
2013 - 0:56:45, Peter Lawrence, 41
2014 - 0:58:41, Junior Mitchell, 41
2015 - 0:56:51, Peter Lawrence, 43
2016(F) - 0:57:41, Peter Lawrence
2016(O) - 0:57:09, Peter Lawrence, 42

45-49
2003 - 0:58:05, David Washburn, 47
2004 - 0:58:37, Joe Melanson, 48
2005 - 1:04:39, Larry Tidwell, 49
2006 - 1:01:26, Richard Peoples, 47
2007 - 1:01:08, Richard Peoples, 48
2008 - 1:02:32, Tuan Nguyen, 46
2009 - 1:00:26, Sim Cuevas, 47
2010 - 0:58:26, Jon Butler, 48
2011 - 0:58:33, Wilmer Bustillos, 46
2012 - 1:03:41, Garrett Rychlik, 45
2013 - 1:06:06, Garrett Rychlik, 46
2014 - 1:00:01, Wilmer Bustillos, 49
2015 - 1:02:23, Manuel Martinez, 46
2016(F) - 1:00:57, Edward Aviles
2016(O) - 0:59:15, John Yoder, 45

50-54
2003 - 1:02:01, Miguel Lopez, 52
2004 - 1:03:54, Miguel Lopez, 53
2005 - 1:06:11, Steve Brammer, 54
2006 - 1:07:10, Scott Bounds, 54
2007 - 1:01:24, Rich Fredrich, 50
2008 - 1:03:29, Fernando Lopez, 50
2009 - 1:00:37, Joe Melanson, 54
2010 - 1:00:58, Sim Cuevas, 50
2011 - 1:03:06, Sim Cuevas, 51
2012 - 1:00:16, Joe Flores, 52
2013 - 1:06:09, Richard Peoples, 54
2014 - 1:01:11, Russell McKay, 50
2015 - 1:01:37, Russell McKay, 51
2016(F) - 1:06:18, David Wigle
2016(O) - 1:06:01, John Spiller, 50

55-59
2003 - 1:05:10, Ty Schmalz, 55
2004 - 1:06:22, Ben Harvie, 57
2005 - 1:09:08, Ben Harvie, 58
2006 - 1:06:53, Ted Traynor, 57
2007 - 1:00:49, Steve Brammer, 56
2008 - 1:00:55, Steve Brammer, 57
2009 - 1:02:03, Steve Brammer, 58
2010 - 1:04:36, Miguel Lopez, 59
2011 - 1:02:20, Dale Lee, 55
2012 - 1:02:23, Joe Melanson, 57
2013 - 1:08:55, Rich Fredrich, 56
2014 - 1:03:05, Joe Melanson, 59
2015 - 1:03:02, Sim Cuevas, 55
2016(F) - 1:04:18, Dan Byrne
2016(O) - 1:02:30, John Potts, 58

60-642003 - 1:11:53, Bill Harding, 64
2004 - 1:10:12, Kenneth Ruane, 63
2005 - 1:18:39, Ignacio Ybarra, 61
2006 - 1:11:50, Rich Vega, 60
2007 - 1:07:11, Ben Harvie, 60
2008 - 1:08:13, Ben Harvie, 61
2009 - 1:08:52, Ben Harvie, 62
2010 - 1:06:38, Mike Glasscock, 63
2011 - 1:05:14, Peter Mullin, 60
2012 - 1:02:46, Peter Mullin, 61
2013 - 1:03:08, Peter Mullin, 62
2014 - 1:08:42, Miguel Lopez, 63
2015 - 1:09:29, Edward Fry, 60
2016(F) - 1:09:22, Edward Fry
2016(O) - 1:03:20, Joe Melanson, 60

65-69
2003 - 1:18:50, Jim Braden, 68
2004 - 1:20:02, Don Brenner, 65
2005 - 1:13:46, Rich Siemens, 65
2006 - 1:10:04, Rich Siemens, 66
2007 - 1:09:53, Kenneth Ruane, 66
2008 - 1:10:21, Rich Siemens, 68
2009 - 1:09:44, Allan Conley, 65
2010 - 1:11:43, Allan Conley, 66
2011 - 1:24:59, Fred Ward, 67
2012 - 1:25:28, Fred Ward, 68
2013 - 1:24:58, Gerard Beaudoin, 66
2014 - 1:14:10, Roger Boak, 65
2015 - 1:13:09, Roger Boak, 66
2016(F) - 1:05:41, Peter Mullin
2016(O) - 1:02:43, Peter Mullin, 65

70-Over
2006 - No competitors
2008 - 1:31:23, Orville Kremmer, 76

70-74
2003 - 1:17:44, Robert Ellis, 73
2004 - 1:24:59, Orville Kremmer, 72
2005 - 1:16:51, Ino Cantu, 71
2007 - 1:14:55, Ino Cantu, 73
2009 - 1:15:55, Don Brenner, 70
2010 - 1:16:55, Don Brenner, 71
2011 - 1:16:54, Rich Siemens, 71
2012 - 1:17:59, Kenneth Ruane, 71
2013 - 1:18:06, Kenneth Ruane, 72
2014 - 1:28:42, Robert Hoekman, 73
2015 - 1:25:53, Fred Ward, 71
2016(F) - 1:26:17, Robert Hoekman
2016(O) - 1:28:18, Fred Ward, 72

75-79
2003 - No competitors
2004 - No competitors
2005 - 1:24:53, Robert Ellis, 75
2007 - 1:28:35, Robert Ellis, 77
2008 - No separate division
2009 - No competitors
2010 - 1:40:34, Robert Ellis, 80
2011 - No competitors
2012 - No competitors
2013 - 2:14:30, John Fredrickson, 75
2014 - No competitors
2015 - 2:22:29, Hesley Jackson, 75
2016(F) - 1:35:32, Larry Lindeen
2016(O) - 1:27:42, Robert Hoekman, 75

80-Over
2014 - 2:01:56, Richard Beecher, 80

Space City 10-Miler Female Age Group Winners


Second Place
2003 - No second place recognition
2004 - 0:57:50, Kelly Keane, 32
2005 - 0:59:30, Jody Hawkins, 38
2006 - No second place recognition
2007 - 1:01:27, Dawn Demaschk, 27
2008 - 1:04:33, Mary Davies, 26
2009 - 1:00:19, Emily Loeffler, 23
2010 - 1:02:36, Heidy Lozano, 47
2011 - 1:04:05, Raquel Tidwell, 23
2012 - 1:03:39, Virginia Jones, 31
2013 - 1:02:21, Lauren Smith, 22
2014 - 1:02:13, Lauren Smith, 23
2015 - 0:57:36, Lauren Smith
2016(F) - 1:02:57, Emily Daum
2016(O) - 0:59:55, Megan Saloom, 28

Third Place
2003 - No third place recognition
2004 - 1:01:47, Melissa Cook, 24
2005 - 1:01:28, Desiree Skinner, 30
2006 - No third place recognition
2007 - 1:01:52, Kimberly Hager, 36
2008 - 1:05:32, Heidy Lozano, 45
2009 - 1:00:47, Debbie Arzola, 35
2010 - 1:03:42, Susan Walters
2011 - 1:08:25, Virginia Jones, 30
2012 - 1:04:43, Emily Shulik, 22
2013 - 1:03:45, Kimberly Mac Namee, 42
2014 - 1:02:32, Amber Brunmeier, 25
2015 - 0:58:51, Megan Saloom
2016(F) - 1:06:22, Laura Bennett
2016(O) - 1:02:42, Amanda Jenkins, 25

19-Under
2006 - 1:15:06, Alyssa Crocker, 15
2007 - 1:16:16, Sara Collazos, 18

14-Under
2003 - 1:18:41, Emily Shulik, 13
2004 - 1:13:13, Sara Collazos, 14
2005 - 2:24:19, Chelsea Rake, 13
2008 - 1:16:55, Virginia Ney, 14
2009 - No competitors
2010 - 1:28:11, London Bennett, 14
2011 - No competitors
2012 - 1:18:26, Jennifer White, 14
2013 - No competitors
2014 - 1:59:41, Berkley Auttonberry, 9
2015 - 1:45:36, Berkley Auttonberry
2016(F) - 1:38:26, Alyssa Penney
2016(O) - 1:39:34, Berkley Auttonberry, 11

15-19
2003 - 1:22:38, Jessica Riebschiager, 18
2004 - 1:34:59, Amanda Hayley, 16
2005 - 1:07:58, Zoey Beckner, 19
2008 - 1:28:29, Alejandra Quinones, 18
2009 - 1:46:19, Kelly Rozas, 17
2010 - 1:12:19, Ali Berry, 19
2011 - 1:24:50, Emma Latimore, 15
2012 - 1:11:59, Kate Taylor, 18
2013 - 1:22:57, Cassandra Hinshaw, 18
2014 - 1:58:34, Ashlyn Freeman, 15
2015 - 1:37:57, Korbin Terpening, 15
2016(F) - No competitors
2016(O) - 1:28:21, Lauren Palms, 19

20-24
2003 - 1:05:33, Kathryn Scarborough, 24
2004 - 1:12;43, Heather Howse-Rohmfeld, 23
2005 - 1:03:15, Gloria Mancilla, 24
2006 - 1:04:52, Sarah Yoder, 23
2007 - 1:02:51, Kate Gorry, 23
2008 - 1:06:14, Michelle Friedman, 24
2009 - 1:26:27, Heather Brooks, 22
2010 - 1:23:04, Ann Dunn, 23
2011 - 1:22:45, Emilia Benton, 24
2012 - 1:13:01, Angela Rojas, 23
2013 - 1:20:56, Chelsea Hill, 24
2014 - 1:18:45, Morgan Fox, 24
2015 - 1:12:00, Catie Cohen, 23
2016(F) - 1:23:12, Mckenzie Salazar
2016(O) - 1:15:11, Rachel Williams, 22

25-29
2003 - 1:11:57, Shannon O'Neal, 25
2004 - 1:06:42, Perla Rodriguez, 25
2005 - 1:03:36, Melissa Cook, 25
2006 - 1:07:33, Olya Perevalova, 29
2007 - 1:07:28, Martha Buckley, 25
2008 - 1:06:08, Autumn Ray, 28
2009 - 1:11:25, Virginia Jones, 28
2010 - 1:05:39, Shannon Miller, 26
2011 - 1:09:02, Heidi Zimmerman Garza, 28
2012 - 1:06:25, Heidi Zimmerman, 29
2013 - 1:12:41, Elvira Hall, 27
2014 - 1:14:10, Chelsea Hill, 25
2015 - 1:01:38, Stephanie Bonk, 25
2016(F) - 1:13:17, Jennifer Wells
2016(O) - 1:07:05, Breanna Huschka, 25

30-34
2003 - 1:13:22, Shay Emerick, 32
2004 - 1:04:52, Kira Jorgensen, 33
2005 - 1:11:22, Alexandra Gajewsky, 31
2006 - 1:10:39, Alexandra Gajewski, 32
2007 - 1:02:43, Debbie Arzola, 33
2008 - 1:07:10, Jennifer Brown, 32
2009 - 1:06:06, Stacy Holden, 33
2010 - 1:04:58, Nikki Dillard, 31
2011 - 1:11:00, Lauren Wilder, 32
2012 - 1:09:23, Nicole Richardson, 32
2013 - 1:06:10, Anngela Caron, 32
2014 - 1:13:23, Claudia Smith, 32
2015 - 1:17:28, Shelley Grahmann, 34
2016(F) - 1:13:47, Natalie Harvey
2016(O) - 1:14:13, Stephanie Rodriguez, 31

35-39
2003 - 1:09:11, Ann Katlenbaough, 38
2004 - 1:06:33, Caroline Burum, 39
2005 - 1:05:55, Laura Bennett, 37
2006 - 1:07:14, Lisa Tilton McCarthy, 39
2007 - 1:13:59, Jana Yowell, 35
2008 - 1:11:22, Kim Wilson, 37
2009 - 1:02:10, Diana Hirst, 35
2010 - 1:04:52, Angela Crawford, 37
2011 - 1:21:16, Gylssel Lee, 37
2012 - 1:06:36, Catherine Kruppa, 39
2013 - 1:10:04, Natalia Dominguez, 36
2014 - 1:06:36, Lauren Wilder, 35
2015 - 1:06:19, Lauren Wilder, 36
2016(F) - 1:13:42, Sarah Milford
2016(O) - 1:04:47, Jackie Tobin, 36

40-44
2003 - 1:16:51, Bonnie Jo Barron, 41
2004 - 1:08:44, Heide Mairs, 44
2005 - 1:09:57, Bonnie Jo Barron, 43
2006 - 1:09:56, Helen Grant, 43
2007 - 1:11:34, Rose Rhoton, 44
2008 - 1:10:04, Anna Helm, 42
2009 - 1:09:42, Vicki Melnick, 43
2010 - 1:07:04, Laura Bennett, 42
2011 - 1:12:56, Lisa Yarrow, 44
2012 - 1:13:10, Wendy Hammerman, 41
2013 - 1:09:15, Cindy Taylor, 44
2014 - 1;19:19, Anh Hunter, 40
2015 - 1:19:43, Vera Balic, 44
2016(F) - 1:07:52, Catherine Kruppa
2016(O) - 1:25:20, Laura Bolieu, 40

45-49
2003 - 1:08:55, Suzanne Day, 46
2004 - 1:07:26, Margo Braud, 45
2005 - 1:16:40, Janet Canfield, 45
2006 - 1:14:05, Jody Berry, 46
2007 - 1:08:45, Margo Braud, 48
2008 - 1:10:21, Helen Grant, 45
2009 - 1:07:48, Jody Berry, 49
2010 - 1:07:11, Caroline Burum, 45
2011 - 1:20:48, Kim Tran, 45
2012 - 1:15:04, Juka Smits, 45
2013 - 1:14:18, Lisa Thompson, 45
2014 - 1:10:41, Loris Fusi, 45
2015 - 1:10:53, Allyson Serrao, 49
2016(F) - 1:14:39, Lisa Thompson
2016(O) - 1:16:58, Sally Hall, 48

50-54
2003 - 1:15:22, Donna Sterns, 50
2004 - 1:11:37, Karen Bowler, 54
2005 - 1:19;46, Eva Luckey, 51
2006 - 1:13:52, Donna Sterns, 53
2007 - 1:08:48, Christie Lammers, 50
2008 - 1:10:50, Suzanne Day, 51
2009 - 1:12:02, Suzanne Day, 52
2010 - 1:08:21, Jody Berry, 50
2011 - 1:13:04, Jody Berry, 51
2012 - 1:15:17, Suzy Seeley, 53
2013 - 1:14:23, Suzy Seeley, 54
2014 - 1:11:03, Melissa Hurta-Crites, 51
2015 - 1:13:36, Melissa Hurta-Crites, 52
2016(F) - 1:09:44, Allyson Serrao
2016(O) - 1:12:54, Susan Walters, 51

55-59
2003 - 1:13:34, Geri Wood, 55
2004 - 1:14:05, Geri Wood, 56
2005 - 1:19:38, Karen Bowler, 55
2006 - 1:22:45, Alice Keelin, 57
2007 - 1:21:29, Alice Keelin, 58
2008 - 1:17:06, Donna Sterns, 55
2009 - 1:14:57, Donna Sterns, 56
2010 - 1:13:42, Donna Sterns, 57
2011 - 1:18:04, Donna Sterns, 58
2012 - 1:17:17, Donna Sterns, 59
2013 - 1:21:34, Nora Wilson, 57
2014 - 1:20:29, Carole Uttecht, 58
2015 - 1:13:48, Lynn Malloy, 55
2016(F) - 1:14:16, Lynn Malloy
2016(O) - 1:16:18, Suzy Seeley, 57

60-64
2003 - 1:38:45, Pamela Willmon, 64
2004 - 1:21:26, Ann Ferguson, 62
2005 - 1:27:58, Ann Ferguson, 63
2006 - 1:32:28, Susan Waldau, 60
2007 - 1:16:08, Nancy Prejean, 62
2008 - 1:19:58, Nancy Prejean, 63
2009 - 1:19:36, Nancy Prejean, 64
2010 - 1:23:01, Alma Lopez, 61
2011 - 1:21:32, Joann Peeks, 60
2012 - 1:13:28, Sabra Harvey, 63
2013 - 1:12:08, Sabra Harvey, 64
2014 - 1:25:12, Julie Rutledge, 60
2015 - 1:21:44, Donna Sterns, 62
2016(F) - 1:22:24, Carole Uttecht
2016(O) - 1:19:39, Billie Kay Melanson, 62

65-69
2003 - No competitors
2004 - No competitors
2005 - No competitors
2006 - 1:35:01, Ursala Spilger, 65
2007 - 2:07:16, Margaret Montgomery, 66
2008 - 1:36:08, Nancy Crane, 65
2009 - 1:50:58, Judy Richards, 66
2010 - 1:17:25, Nancy Prejean, 65
2011 - 2:04:24, Judy Richards, 68
2012 - 1:33:22, Elizabeth Ahrens, 66
2013 - 2:08:33, Virginia Porter, 65
2014 - 1:31:44, Alice Keelin, 65
2015 - 1:11:21, Sabra Harvey, 66
2016(F) - 1:12:44, Sabra Harvey
2016(O) - 1:37:54, Gloria Mahoney, 66

70-74
2003 - 2:28:35, Bertie Jo Moore, 72
2004 - 2:03:20, Sadie Greenman, 73
2005 - No competitors
2006 - No competitors
2007 - No competitors
2008 - No competitors
2009 - No competitors
2010 - 1:45:44, Kay Duplichan, 74
2011 - 2:20:54, Margaret Montgomery, 70
2012 - 2:16:58, Margaret Montgomery, 71
2013 - 2:17:11, Margaret Montgomery, 72
2014 - No competitors
2015 - No competitors
2016(F) - No competitors
2016(O) - 1:31:52, Susan Waldau, 70

75-79
2006 - 2:11:48, Sadie Greenman, 75
2012 - 1:51:58, Kay Duplichan, 76

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Space City 10-Miler Single-Age Bests (2003-2016)


Male

10 - 1:12:16.1, Michael Robbins, 2015 (replacing 1:48:35.1, Jared Jankowski, 2007)
11 - 1:02:54.3, Jonathan Robbins, 2014 (replacing 1:24:19.4, Aaron Chandler, 2012)
12 - 1:02:43.4, Jonathan Robbins, 2015 (replacing 1:21:31.5, Kelly Carmichael, Jr., 2014)
13 - 1:04:24.7, Jonathan Robbins, 2016O (replaceing 1:05:36.7, Jonathan Robbins, 2016F)
14 - 1:09:35.2, Kelly Carmichael, Jr., 2016F (replacing 1:16:18, Mark Halle, 2006)
15 - 1:05:45.0, David Tate, 2012
16 - 0:58:57.7, Timothy Messen, 2012
17 - 1:10:54.3, Joshua Rake, 2007
18 - 0:57:49.8, Alex Hoeg, 2004
19 - 0:58:42.2, D.J. Bean, 2006
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20 - 0:54:18.0, Carloa Arias, 2014 (replacing 1:47:19.4, Michael Campbell, 2009)
21 - 0:54:58.1, Jason Schweitzer, 2006
22 - 0:50:13.4, Biya Simbassa, 2016F (replacing 0:56:47.1, Paul Goodwin, 2007)
23 - 0:50:11.5, Joseph Gray, 2007
24 - 0:51:49.0, David Fuentes, 2011
25 - 0:50:13.2, Shadrack Songok, 2009
26 - 0:48:26.7, Samuel Kosgei, 2010
27 - 0:49:46.8, Richard Kimeli, 2007
28 - 0:50:25.1, Enoch Nadler, 2013
29 - 0:51:52.7, David Justus, 2016F (replacing 0:53:01.4, Ryan Smith, 2014)
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30 - 0:52:04.7, Calum Neff, 2014 (replacing 0:53:13.0, Bethel Akuma, 2010)
31 - 0:52:20.9, Luis Armenteros, 2003
32 - 0:52:29.9, Luis Armenteros, 2004
33 - 0:52:26.7, Kevin Castille, 2005
34 - 0:54:03.9, Junior Mitchell, 2007
35 - 0:53:04.6, Luis Armenteros, 2007
36 - 0:53:39.3, Luis Armenteros, 2008
37 - 0:55:43.4, Vaughn Gibbs, 2011
38 - 0:52:07.3, Sean Wade, 2004
39 - 0:53:39.4, Sean Wade, 2005
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40 - 0:51:49.8, Sammy Kiplagat Cheptoo, 2013
41 - 0:54:09.3, Sammy Kiplagat Cheptoo, 2014 (replacing 0:56:44.5, Peter Lawrence, 2013)
42 - 0:52:27.9, Sean Wade, 2008
43 - 0:50:39.5, Sean Wade, 2009
44 - 0:55:29.3, Joe Flores, 2004
45 - 0:53:47.8, Sean Wade, 2011
46 - 0:58:33.0, Wilmer Bustillos, 2011
47 - 0:57:19.7, Wilmer Bustillos, 2012
48 - 0:58:26.0, Jon Butler, 2010
49 - 1:00:00.6, Wilmer Bustillos, 2014 (replacing 1:03:12.0, Richard Peoples, 2008)
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50 - 1:00:58.2, Sim Cuevas, 2010
51 - 1:01:36.9, Russell McKay, 2015 (replacing 1:01:44.2, Richard Peoples, 2010)
52 - 1:00:16.0, Joe Flores, 2012
53 - 1:02:49.0, Rich Fredrich, 2010
54 - 1:00:37.2, Joe Melanson, 2009
55 - 1:02:20.3, Dale Lee, 2011
56 - 1:00:48.5, Steve Brammer, 2007
57 - 1:00:54.5, Steve Brammer, 2008
58 - 1:02:03.3, Steve Brammer, 2009
59 - 1:03:04.7, Joe Melanson, 2014 (replacing 1:04:35.6, Miguel Lopez, 2010)
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60 - 1:03:19.7, Joe Melanson, 2016O (replacing 1:05:13.9, Peter Mullin, 2011)
61 - 1:02:45.8, Peter Mullin, 2012
62 - 1:03:08.3, Peter Mullin, 2013
63 - 1:06:37.5, Mike Glasscock, 2010
64 - 1:09:09.7, Mike Glasscock, 2011
65 - 1:02:42.8, Peter Mullin, 2016O (replacing 1:05:41.3, Peter Mullin, 2016F)
66 - 1:09:52.6, Kenneth Ruane, 2007
67 - 1:13:05.4, Kenneth Ruane, 2008
68 - 1:10:21.3, Rich Siemens, 2008
69 - 1:11:49.8, Rich Siemens, 2009
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70 - 1:15:55.3, Don Brenner, 2009
71 - 1:16:54.0, Ino Cantu, 2005
72 - 1:18:06.2, Kenneth Ruane, 2013
73 - 1:14:54.6, Ino Cantu, 2007
74 - 1:26:16.8, Robert Hoekman, 2016F (replacing 1:32:11.2, Fred Steves, 2015)
75 - 1:25:01.3, Robert Ellis, 2005
76 - 1:31:23.3, Orville Kremmer, 2008
77 - 1:28:34.7, Robert Ellis, 2007
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80 - 1:40:33.8, Robert Ellis, 2010

Female

9 - 1:59:41.2, Berkley Auttonberry, 2014 *NEW*
10 - 1:45:35.7, Berkley Auttonberry, 2015 *NEW*
11 - 1:39:33.8, Berkley Auttonberry, 2016O *NEW*
12 - 1:39:15.1, Priscilla Houk, 2007
13 - 1:18:47.6, Emily Shulik, 2003
14 - 1:13:18.9, Sara Collazos, 2004
15 - 1:14:51.3, Sara Collazos, 2005
16 - 1:29:08.3, Haley Odom, 2010
17 - 1:18:31, Sara Collazos, 2006
18 - 1:11:59.1, Kate Taylor, 2012
19 - 1:07:59.9, Zoey Beckner, 2005
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20 - 1:13:01.7, Mackenzie Carlson, 2015 (replacing 1:31:35.6, Courtney Spann, 2013)
21 - 1:23:11.7, McKenzie Salazar, 2016F (replacing 1:27:22.5, Leslie Ethridge, 2011)
22 - 0:55:11,8, Hillary Montgomery, 2015 (replacing 1:02:21.2, Lauren Smith, 2013)
23 - 1:00:19.4, Emily Loeffler, 2009
24 - 0:57:35.7, Lauren Smith, 2015 (replacing 1:01:22.6, Emily Loeffler, 2010)
25 - 0:59:41.1, Lauren Stroud, 2016O (replacing 1:00:48.9, Emily Daum, 2011)
26 - 0:59:48.3, Megan Saloom, 2014 (replacing 1:02:23.3, Emily Daum, 2012)
27 - 0:58:07.6, Mary Davies, 2009
28 - 1:02:12.9, Jessica Armenteros, 2003
29 - 1:02:57.3, Emily Daum, 2016F (replacing 1:06:25.7, Heidi Zimmerman, 2012)
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30 - 0:56:42.0, Lilian Chelimo, 2007
31 - 0:59:35.5, Mary Davies, 2013
32 - 0:57:51.2, Kelly Keane, 2004
33 - 0:56:45.7, Mary Davies, 2016F (replacing 1:02:43.0, Debbie Arzola, 2007)
34 - 1:04:15.2, Diana Hirst, 2008
35 - 1:00:46.9, Debbie Arzola, 2009
36 - 0:57:26.2, Liza Hunter Galvan, 2005
37 - 0:57:15.0, Jody Hawkins, 2004
38 - 0:59:31.1, Jody Hawkins, 2005
39 - 1:06:35.4, Caroline Burum, 2004
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40 - 1:01:05, Jody Hawkins, 2006
41 - 1:10:56.6, Alexandra Paddon-Jones, 2016F (replacing 1:11:13, Rose Chi Chi, 2006)
42 - 1:03:45.4, Kimberly Mac Namee, 2013
43 - 1:04:43.8, Susan Walters, 2007
44 - 1:08:47.6, Heide Mairs, 2004
45 - 1:05:31.6, Heidy Lozano, 2008
46 - 1:03:21.9, Heidy Lozano, 2009
47 - 1:02:36.3, Heidy Lozano, 2010
48 - 1:06:21.6, Laura Bennett, 2016F (replacing 1:08:45.1, Margo Braud, 2007)
49 - 1:07:47.7, Jody Berry, 2009
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50 - 1:08:21.3, Jody Berry, 2010
51 - 1:10:49.5, Suzanne Day, 2008
52 - 1:12:01.5, Suzanne Day, 2009
53 - 1:13:52, Donna Sterns, 2006
54 - 1:11:41.7, Karen Bowler, 2004
55 - 1:13:35.8, Geri Wood, 2003
56 - 1:14:09.0, Geri Wood, 2004
57 - 1:13:41.9, Donna Sterns, 2010
58 - 1:18:03.8, Donna Sterns, 2011
59 - 1:17:16.7, Donna Sterns, 2012
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60 - 1:17:44.1, Ann Ferguson, 2003
61 - 1:21:31.7, Ann Ferguson, 2004
62 - 1:16:08.1, Nancy Prejean, 2007
63 - 1:13:28.1, Sabra Harvey, 2012
64 - 1:12:08.4, Sabra Harvey, 2013
65 - 1:11:20.7, Sabra Harvey, 2015 (replacing 1:17:24.6, Nancy Prejean, 2010)
66 - 1:12:43.9, Sabra Harvey, 2016F (replacing 1:33:22.4, Elizabeth Ahrens, 2012)
67 - 1:35:42.0, Brenda Hilton, 2014 (replacing 1:37:41.0, Nancy Crane, 2010)
68 - 1:44:18.9, Elizabeth Ahrens, 2014 (replacing 2:04:23.7, Judy Richards, 2011)
69 - 1:36:30.1, Elizabeth Ahrens, 2015 (replacing 2:16:26.4, Margaret Montgomery, 2010)
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70 - 1:31:52.4, Susan Waldau, 2016O (replacing 2:20:53.6, Margaret Montgomery, 2011)
71 - 2:16:57.8, Margaret Montgomery, 2012
72 - 2:10:07.1, Sadie Greenman, 2003
73 - 2:03:43.5, Sadie Greenman, 2004
74 - 1:45:44.0, Kay Duplichan, 2010
75 - 2:12:09, Sadie Greenman, 2006
76 - 1:51:58.0, Kay Duplichan, 2012

Sunday, September 24, 2017

New Plans for Thanksgiving 2017


I'm pleased to update that I'll be handling finish line announcing and awards duties for this year's 28th Annual YMCA Run Thru the Woods Presented by Entergy.

It is a little bit of a departure from the last few years where I've made a commitment to run with Waverly on Thanksgiving Day.

However, since I have retracted a lot from the 37 races that I announced two years ago, there are some events that I want to remain involved in, especially in my local race community.

I had the pleasure of meeting with race director Roxanne Davis earlier this year to talk about the race.

There was some concern about numbers - and what I thought might be causing them.

I presented Roxanne with a graph of all of the races in the greater Houston area and all of the finishers numbers that I could find.

A year ago, Waverly and I had plans to run the Bay Area Turkey Day 10K for something different.

Nothing against the job that Roxanne and her team did, we just needed a change of scenery -- and we wanted to run five miles or more.

League City, with some local, ongoing road construction, forced the Bay Area race to only have its 5K.

We told the organizers to donate our entries to somebody who could use them and we headed even further south to Lake Jackson.

A fine race -- and one that I ran well in (under an hour in the 10K for the first time in about four years).

I showed Roxanne that Kingwood, I believe, had grown and taken many runners who in the past made the drive to The Woodlands as opposed to going downtown.

I saw the same type of trend in Pearland taking some from Sugar Land.

There were a couple of years that I did handle finish line responsibilities for Roxanne, but the biggest challenge -- and it will be no different -- is the sheer volume of runners that come across the line around 45-60 minutes into the five-mile race.

You simply can't announce them all.

A few years ago, Andy Stewart, one of Houston's most respected race directors and longest in tenure, had asked me to basically announce all of his races -- including Thanksgiving.

Working some of Andy's races, especially, for me, the 30K, has always been a great honor.

To both Roxanne and Andy - and I had been approached by Mark Coleman one year with working the Sheltering Arms 10K, I was consistent in that Thanksgiving Day was for me running with Waverly.

However, this year I think that she'll be reaching the apex of her long run mileage near Thanksgiving in her build-up for the Chevron Houston Marathon -- and she should have (and take) the opportunity to rock it out, if her fitness it there.

There's no more delight in what I do than in announcing the name of your child as they cross the finish line.

The Woodlands, though, is a community that I identify closely with -- and for me to well-represent it on Thanksgiving morning will once again be an honor.

And with a switch in timers, one that I've worked with, and being able to eyeball those results before making my way to the stage to handle the awards, I hope that I can help alleviate some of the issues in the past that the race has had with results messing up the awards ceremony.

In the meantime, I have the Memorial Hermann Ten For Texas coming up in three weeks for the first time ever -- and will have Nike South and Nike Cross for the sixth year this weekend and the weekend before Thanksgiving, respectively.

Great to work with The Woodlands Parks and Recreation Department as well as one of the top men's cross country and track programs in America.

I must say that I'm pretty fortunate.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Outside Assistance - Road Racing


I know that road racing has gotten to a point where there's been a slippery slope of activities - short of course cutting and running with another person's bib - that have become acceptable.

However, there still are rules of competition put forth by USA Track & Field and those coaches of businesses - regardless of how large or small, new or old - should be held to the highest standard in following them.

USA Track & Field Rule 144.3(a)

Pacing in running or walking events by persons not participating in the event, by competitors lapped or about to be lapped, or by any kind of technical device other than those permitted under Rule 144.3(i).

This means coaches - or their running club or training group members with their knowledge - should not be out on the course helping run one of their runners in - one step, one mile or more.

The fact that you're a coach and you put in your Facebook post that you've done this puts in question your ethics -- or lack of knowledge of the rules.

Again, as I've stated, the sport is at a point where runners either don't know these rules or otherwise completely ignore them - because nobody challenges them or holds people accountable to them.

What isn't assistance?

USA Track & Field Rule 144.3(j)

Pace setting by an officially designated person entered in an event for that purpose is permitted, provided such pacesetters start in the event.

So if you're a coach and you want to run with one of your runners, pay for an entry, cross the start line and remove your timing device -- and you're 100% within the rules.

I know this is something Team In Training used to do and I believe that Michael Merlino with Inflight Running definitely still does.

And in this one specific case that I witnessed, it was just one coach of the said group and I wouldn't necessarily personally paint their partners with the same brush.

However, it makes you wonder a bit, especially if the effort results in prize money, an award or a qualification of some sorts.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Running of the Bulls 5K Finishers History


2017 - 995 (September 17)
2016 - 1,521 (October 9)
2015 - 1,395 (September 20)
2014 - 1,746 (September 14)
2013 - 2,017 (September 22)
2012 - 2,903 (September 23)
2011 - 2,004 (October 16)

Saturday, September 16, 2017

34 States, 54 Marathons - Complete Marathon History


By Time

4:47:32 - 2/19/06 - 15th annual Freescale Austin Marathon, Austin, TX - 7  (4:42:55)
4:48:42 - 9/30/12 - Maine Marathon, Portland, ME - 45  (4:30:09)
4:51:05 - 11/21/10 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 25  (4:37:04)
4:55:08 - 1/16/05 - hp Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 2  (4:52:30)
4:57:56 - 1/13/13 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 48 (4:36:25)
4:58:30 - 10/29/11 - Spinx Run Fest Marathon, Greenville, SC - 34  (4:41:45)
5:02:21 - 11/18/12 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 46  (4:42:56)
5:03:02 - 3/5/06 - 4th annual Little Rock Marathon, Little Rock, AR - 8  (4:58:11)
5:04:07 - 10/16/11 - 10th annual IMT Des Moines Marathon, Des Moines, IA - 33  (4:47:03)
5:06:03 - 7/28/12 - 26th annual King Salmon Marathon, Cordova, AK, - 42  (4:46:24)
5:08:30 - 4/26/08 - Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, Oklahoma City, OK - 18  (4:58:35)
5:13:37 - 2/5/06 - 41st annual Mardi Gras Marathon, New Orleans, LA - 5
5:14:59 - 1/14/07 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 12
5:16:18 - 3/4/07 - Alpharetta Marathon, Alpharetta, GA - 14
5:17:54 - 9/25/11 - Quad Cities Marathon, Moline, IL - 32
5:18:02 - 7/31/11 - San Francisco Marathon, San Francisco, CA - 28
5:18:37 - 1/13/08 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 17
5:20:42 - 9/11/11 - Sioux Falls Marathon, Sioux Falls, SD - 31
5:20:59 - 10/28/13 - Cape Cod Marathon, Falmouth, MA - 50
5:21:40 - 11/3/13 - City of Oaks Marathon, Raleigh, NC - 51
5:22:19 - 1/1/08 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 16
5:25:38 - 12/17/06 - Jacksonville Bank Marathon, Jacksonville, FL - 11
5:25:41 - 11/5/11 - Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, Indianapolis, IN - 35
5:26:07 - 12/2/07 - Tucson Marathon, Oracle, AZ - 15
5:26:26 - 1/30/11 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 26
5:27:03 - 12/10/11 - Rocket City Marathon, Huntsville, AL - 37
5:27:47 - 12/9/12 - Bryan-College Station Marathon, College Station, TX - 47
5:28:03 - 9/16/17 - Bismarck Marathon, Bismarck, ND - 54
5:30:27 - 9/9/12 - Bozeman Marathon, Bozeman, MT - 44
5:32:05 - 11/19/11 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 36
5:34:37 - 1/18/09 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 23
5:35:48 - 5/25/08 - Med-City Marathon, Rochester, MN - 19
5:36:23 - 3/24/13 - Ocean Drive Marathon, Cape May to Sea Isle City, NJ - 49
5:37:29 - 1/18/15 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 52
5:37:35 - 8/27/11 - Eisenbahn Marathon, West Bend, WI - 30
5:38:12 - 1/7/12 - Mississippi Blues Marathon, Jackson, MS - 39
5:39:06 - 10/31/04 - 29th annual Marine Corps Marathon, Washington, DC - 1
5:39:55 - 2/11/06 - 2nd annual Surfside Beach Marathon, Surfside, TX - 6
5:40:01 - 1/1/06 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 4
5:41:06 - 11/7/05 - 36th annual ING New York City Marathon, New York City, NY - 3
5:42:37 - 1/15/12 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 40
5:43:12 - 2/18/07 - AT&T Austin Marathon (PD), Austin, TX - 13
5:43:12 - 1/1/09 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 22
5:44:56 - 4/22/06 - Fiesta de Albuquerque Marathon, Albuquerque, NM - 9
5:45:17 - 11/16/08 - Rock 'N' Roll San Antonio Marathon, San Antonio, TX - 21
5:50:39 - 12/18/11 - Run For The Ranch Marathon, Springfield, MO - 38
5:51:49 - 1/17/10 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 24
5:54:00 - 8/6/12 - Extraterrestrial Full Moon Midnight Marathon, Rachel, NV - 43
5:54:49 - 4/21/12 - Garmin Marathon in the Land of Oz, Olathe, KS - 41
6:07:30 - 10/18/08 - Marathon 2 Marathon, Alpine to Marathon, TX - 20
6:08:53 - 11/5/06 - City of Trees Marathon (Back), Boise, ID - 10
6:09:29 - 8/20/11 - Park City Marathon (Elevation), Park City, UT - 29
6:09:59 - 6/26/11 - UCC Coffee Kona Marathon, Kona, HI - 27
6:26:39 - 12/10/16 - Brazos Bend Marathon, Needville, TX - 53 (Trail; at least 27.56 miles)

By Date

5:39:06 - 10/31/04 - 29th annual Marine Corps Marathon, Washington, DC - 1
+ Dad, Waverly made the trip to D.C. w/me; earned my Dad's Marine Corps dog tags.

4:55:08 - 1/16/05 - hp Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 2
+ Trained the right way for this race. Great weather. First finish down Rusk.

5:41:06 - 11/7/05 - 36th annual ING New York City Marathon, New York City, NY - 3
+ Wasn't ready. Great experience though. NYC is a must-do despite the cost.

5:40:01 - 1/1/06 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 4

5:13:37 - 2/5/06 - 41st annual Mardi Gras Marathon, New Orleans, LA - 5
+ Ran this with a specific 12-minute per mile goal. Succeeded.

5:39:55 - 2/11/06 - 2nd annual Surfside Beach Marathon, Surfside, TX - 6
+ Edwin Quarles saved this from being even worse. Surprisingly, no quad pain.

4:47:32 - 2/19/06 - 15th annual Freescale Austin Marathon, Austin, TX - 7
+ Best marathon ever to date. One of those perfect days in just above freezing weather.

5:03:02 - 3/5/06 - 4th annual Little Rock Marathon, Little Rock, AR - 8
+ Took a week off. Waverly ran the last few miles with me.

5:44:56 - 4/22/06 - Fiesta de Albuquerque Marathon, Albuquerque, NM - 9
+ This race was a debacle.

6:08:53 - 11/5/06 - City of Trees Marathon (Back), Boise, ID - 10
+ Drove nine hours from Vancouver, BC to do this. Clearly wasn't ready.

5:25:38 - 12/17/06 - Jacksonville Bank Marathon, Jacksonville, FL - 11
+ Warm weather day. Saw Lou Wilson from The Woodlands here.

5:14:59 - 1/14/07 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 12
+ Pretty good race. Waverly ran with Kim Hager in the 5K.

5:43:12 - 2/18/07 - AT&T Austin Marathon (PD), Austin, TX - 13
+ Went the first nine miles with Bill Dwyer, who was doing the half.

5:16:18 - 3/4/07 - Alpharetta Marathon, Alpharetta, GA - 14
+ Waverly made the trip with me. Toughest mile 20 ever. Cool weather.

5:26:07 - 12/2/07 - Tucson Marathon, Oracle, AZ - 15
+ This got me to 10 states. Signed up for this at the last minute.

5:22:19 - 1/1/08 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 16
+ Love Steve and Paula Boone. Hate multi-loop courses.

5:18:37 - 1/13/08 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 17

5:08:30 - 4/26/08 - Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, Oklahoma City, OK - 18
+ Ran a really good race. Ran the whole way. Little chilly, but only out at the Lake.

5:35:48 - 5/25/08 - Med-City Marathon, Rochester, MN - 19
+ Another one that I wasn't ready for.

6:07:30 - 10/18/08 - Marathon 2 Marathon, Alpine to Marathon, TX - 20
+ Had DNF'd two weeks before at West Texas Crossroads Marathon. Should have here too.

5:45:17 - 11/16/08 - Rock 'N' Roll San Antonio Marathon, San Antonio, TX - 21
+ Only signed up for this because they had a one-day $65 registration.

5:43:12 - 1/1/09 - Texas Marathon, Kingwood, TX - 22
+ I retired from running this race after this event.

5:34:37 - 1/18/09 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 23

5:51:49 - 1/17/10 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 24

4:51:05 - 11/21/10 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 25
+ Trained the right way. Some significant cramping in mile 21 and 22.

5:26:26 - 1/30/11 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 26
+ No long runs before. Gave up ~8-9 minutes in miles 14 and 22 combined.

6:09:59 - 6/26/11 - UCC Coffee Kona Marathon, Kona, HI - 27

5:18:02 - 7/31/11 - San Francisco Marathon, San Francisco, CA - 28
+ Very hilly course. The hilliest that I've ever run. 2:27:26 front half. 2:48:27 back half.

6:09:29 - 8/20/11 - Park City Marathon (Elevation), Park City, UT - 29
+ Every step of this marathon was at 6,200 feet above sea level or greater. Mile 16 was at 7,000 feet.

5:37:35 - 8/27/11 - Eisenbahn Marathon, West Bend, WI - 30
5:20:42 - 9/11/11 - Sioux Falls Marathon, Sioux Falls, SD - 31
5:17:54 - 9/25/11 - Quad Cities Marathon, Moline, IL, - 32
5:04:07 - 10/16/11 - 10th annual IMT Des Moines Marathon, Des Moines, IA - 33
4:58:30 - 10/29/11 - Spinx Run Fest Marathon, Greenville, SC - 34
5:25:41 - 11/5/11 - Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, Indianapolis, IN - 35
+ Streak of five straight time reductions was broken.

5:32:05 - 11/19/11 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 36
5:27:03 - 12/10/11 - Rocket City Marathon, Huntsville, AL - 37
5:50:39 - 12/18/11 - Run For The Ranch Marathon, Springfield, MO - 38
+ Shut it down at the halfway point.

5:38:12 - 1/7/12 - Mississippi Blues Marathon, Jackson, MS - 39
5:42:37 - 1/15/12 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 40
5:54:49 - 4/21/12 - Garmin Marathon in the Land of Oz, Olathe, KS - 41
+ Ran this on nothing and then DNF'd the following week in Kentucky.

5:06:03 - 7/28/12 - 26th annual King Salmon Marathon, Cordova, AK - 42
+ Pretty good race for me.  Cool weather, point-to-point (straight line, too) and lot of rain.

5:54:00 - 8/6/12 - Extraterrestrial Full Moon Midnight Marathon, Rachel, NV - 43
+ 1,300 foot elevation climb to the halfway point and was at ~5,550 feet overall.

5:30:27 - 9/9/12 - Bozeman Marathon, Bozeman, MT - 44
4:48:42 - 9/30/12 - Maine Marathon, Portland, ME - 45
5:02:21 - 11/18/12 - Philadelphia Marathon, Philadelphia, PA - 46
5:27:47 - 12/9/12 - Bryan-College Station Marathon, College Station, TX - 47
4:57:56 - 1/13/13 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 48
5:36:23 - 3/24/13 - Ocean Drive Marathon, Cape May to Sea Isle City, NJ - 49
5:20:59 - 10/27/13 - Cape Cod Marathon, Falmouth, MA - 50
+ 2:23:29 front half; 2:57:30 back half.  Hilly, hilly back half.
5:21:40 - 11/3/13 - City of Oaks Marathon, Raleigh, NC - 51

5:37:29 - 1/18/15 - Chevron Houston Marathon, Houston, TX - 52

6:26:39 - 12/10/16 - Brazos Bend Marathon, Needville, TX - 53 (Trail; at least 27.56 miles)

5:28:03 - 9/16/17 - Bismarck Marathon, Bismarck, ND - 54
+2:25:09 front half; 3:02:54 back half.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Lake Houston 10K and 5K All-Time Winners (2010-2017)


10K
Men's - Overall
2010 - 38:14, Brandon Sager, 28
2011 - 31:58, Derek Yorek, 27
2012 - 31:58, Kipkrui Ruttoh, 27
2013 - 31:15, Kiya Dandena, 24
2014 - 31:10, Kiya Dandena, 25
2015 - 30:41, Henry Lelei, 26
2016 - 33:16, Ryan Miller, 24
2017 - 32:06, Ryan Miller, 25

Men's Masters - Overall
2010 - 38:44, Manfred Roenz, 40
2011 - 35:38, Raul Sanchez, 53
2012 - 39:34, Rip Reynolds, 46
2013 - 39:05, Sherman Everett, 47
2014 - 35:11, Peter Lawrence, 42
2015 - 35:42, Peter Lawrence, 43
2016 - 39:54, Steve Morrell, 52
2017 - 39:24, Andres Ferro, 45

Women's - Overall
2010 - 38:18, Debbie Arzola, 35
2011 - 38:22, Rachel Phillips, 22
2012 - 38:30, Virginia Jones, 31
2013 - 37:00, Lauren Smith, 22
2014 - 35:41, Samantha McClellan, 25
2015 - 35:34, Hillary Montgomery, 22
2016 - 35:39, Hillary Montgomery, 23
2017 - 35:49, Hillary Montgomery, 24

Women's Masters - Overall
2010 - 47:45, Norma Evans, 40
2011 - 46:19, Tammy Garton, 41
2012 - 46:41, Teresa Nichols, 40
2013 - 42:13, Cindy Taylor, 44
2014 - 47:19, Norma Evans, 44
2015 - 46:55, Melissa Hurta, 52
2016 - 49:33, Diana Carter, 47

5K
Men's - Overall
2010 - 17:09, William Blancett, 35
2011 - 18:48, Nathan Faulkenberry, 29
2012 - 16:02, Maximo Mendoza, 23
2013 - 15:37, Adam Saloom, 23
2014 - 15:13, Adam Saloom, 24
2015 - 15:11, Adam Godwin, 23
2016 - 15:00, Wilkerson Given, 25
2017 - 18:16, Andrew Pearson, 25

Men's Masters - Overall
2010 - 19:08, Joel Johnston, 43
2011 - 20:13, Doug Bugner, 53
2012 - 16:55, Peter Lawrence, 40
2013 - 16:03, Luis Armenteros, 40
2014 - 20:14, Mark Sobus, 46
2015 - 20:09, Manuel Barrientez, 41
2016 - 19:21, Kevin Schneider, 40
2017 - 19:58, Vance Reyes, 41

Women's - Overall
2010 - 22:19, Latisha Staten, 35
2011 - 20:23, Natalie Guerrero, 33
2012 - 18:15, Kimberly Mac Namee, 41
2013 - 18:16, Megan Saloom, 25
2014 - 17:42, Megan Saloom, 26
2015 - 17:27, Megan Saloom, 27
2016 - 17:27, Lauren Stroud, 25
2017 - 18:22, Lauren Stroud, 26

Women's Masters - Overall
2010 - 23:18, Patti Bates, 45
2011 - 24:24, Maggie Grueskin, 43
2012 - 21:28, Lisa Korsten, 45
2013 - 18:44, Kimberly Mac Namee, 42
2014 - 21:30, Sabrina Tillson, 50
2015 - 22:12, Sabrina Tillson, 51
2016 - 23:31, Eugenia Carter, 51
2017 - 21:42, Marcia Cassels, 43

Source:  runhoustontiming.net

Lake Houston 10K and 5K Total Number of Finishers


10K
Overall Finishers
2010 - 246
2011 - 316
2012 - 335
2013 - 398
2014 - 360
2015 - 345
2016 - 301
2017 - 330

5K
Overall Finishers
2010 - 210
2011 - 239
2012 - 383
2013 - 450
2014 - 349
2015 - 363
2016 - 361
2017 - 389

Source:  runhoustontiming.net

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer 5K All-Time Winners (2005-2016)


Male - Overall
2005 - 16:14, Fred Miller, 28
2006 - 17:25, Joe Oviedo, 30
2007 - 16:20, Zac Flowers, 17
2008 - 16:51, Justin Dermit, 17
2009 - 16:25, Marco Antonio Venancio, 24
2010 - 16:04, Maximo Mendoza, 21
2011 - 16:56, Anthony Aguinuga, 19
2012 - 17:05, George Harrison, 18
2013 - 16:52, Daniel Gollins, 27
2014 - 16:54, Thor Crux, 18
2015 - 16:23, Michael Gillis, 27
2016 - 17:53, Eduardo Garcia, 19
2017 - 16:10, Alan Gonzalez, 17

Male Masters - Overall
2005 - 18:21, Ken Yanowski, 49
2006 - 19:04, Francisco Garza, 41
2007 - 16:59, Joe Flores, 47
2008 - 18:03, Steve Morrell, 44
2009 - 18:27, Steve Morrell, 45
2010 - 17:10, Cornelio Garibay, 42
2011 - 17:13, Kelly Dowe, 40
2012 - 17:39, Kelly Dowe, 41
2013 - 18:42, Gordon Christie, 43
2014 - 18:38, Raul Valdez, 42
2015 - 18:54, John Spiller, 49
2016 - 18:40, Dan Bass, 52
2017 - 18:51, Mark Lawton, 40

Female - Overall
2005 - 19:14, Laura Bennett, 37
2006 - 19:38, Allison Nadolski, 29
2007 - 21:13, Jennifer Brown, 31
2008 - 20:35, Stacy Holden, 31
2009 - 17:56, Lauren Smith, 18
2010 - 19:45, Laura Bennett, 42
2011 - 19:25, Rachel Butler, 19
2012 - 18:55, Kylee Short, 31
2013 - 18:03, Lauren Smith, 22
2014 - 19:07, Camille Napier, 11
2015 - 19:15, Camille Napier, 12
2016 - 18:54, Jackie Tobin, 36
2017 - 20:17, Victoria Webster, 33

Female Masters - Overall
2005 - 20:27, Heide Mairs, 44
2006 - 21:05, Bonnie Jo Barron, 42
2007 - 21:38, Suzy Seeley, 48
2008 - 21:51, Jody Berry-Rico, 47
2009 - 18:03, Valerie Elliott, 55
2010 - 21:30, Helen Grant, 47
2011 - 20:47, Martha Long, 43
2012 - 21:53, Suzy Seeley, 53
2013 - 21:40, Lisa Korsten, 45
2014 - 21:34, Rose Rhoton, 51
2015 - 21:40, Juka Smits, 48
2016 - 22:04, Rose Rhoton, 53
2017 - 23:26, Susan Freeman, 54

Total Number of Finishers
2005 - 313
2006 - 269
2007 - 235
2008 - 415
2009 - 586
2010 - 437
2011 - 428
2012 - 484
2013 - 438
2014 - 454
2015 - 378
2016 - 358
2017 - 409

Source:  eztoregister.com, athlinks.com

Friday, August 11, 2017

Lake Houston 10K and 5K Most Finishes (2010-2016)


-6-
Amando Garcia
Bill Seay
Crystale Bonjour
Dan Jaeger
Diana Van Horn
Elaine Victory
Jeff Nesheim
Joseph Herr
Kathy Haeckler

-5-
Brian Kasczak
Brittaney Gonzalez
Christine Victory
Justice Lasyone
Katy Stibrich
Lee Topham
Martha Serna
Maybelline Martinez
Mike Holder
Morgan Livesay
Pete Serna
Peter Lawrence
Rich Wikboldt
Rip Reynolds
Shaun Alcocer
Yale Jay

-4-
Allison Ford
Andrea Slaydon
Anita Giacobbe
Arna Gerritsen
Barbara Bussey
Bruce Dahm
Carrie Labani
Christa Pryor
Cortney Waguespack
Curt Earle
David Cherry
David Heckman
Faridy Gonzalez
Gerardo Garcia
Hector Marin
Jack Fillbrandt
Jetola Anderson-Blair
John Bjornstad
LaToya Lockett
Lauren Smith Stroud
Linda Taylor
Lisa Stults
Lisa Whitten
Mary Limbaugh
Melissa Haeckler
Michael Viguerie
Paul Blutt
Reese Jay
Robert Davis
Scott Falk
Shane Heginbotham
Steve Crews
Steve Jay
Steven Wolfson
Teresa Roseland
Veronica Villegas

Source: runhoustontiming.net

Monday, August 7, 2017

No Label Brewing 1st Street 5K Age Group Bests


Male
1-29 -- 15:53, Andrew Pisechko, Houston, 2017
30-39 -- 16:32, Matthew Manning, Katy, 2015
40-49 -- 17:06, Chris Stelzer, Houston, 2014
50-59 -- 18:49, Thomas Travis, Conroe, 2015
60-69 -- 19:09, Bernie Weber, Houston, 2017
70-99 -- 29:47, Mike Mangan, Missouri City, 2014

Female
1-29 -- 20:12, Katie Esposito, Middletown, CT, 2015
30-39 -- 19:45, Kristin Kabay, Houston, 2015
40-49 -- 21:51, Vicki Melnick, Brookshire, 2014
50-59 -- 22:13, Pam Butler, Houston, 2017
60-69 -- 24:29, Teresa Triche, Cypress, 2014
70-99 -- 32:51, Kathy McWilliams, Spring, 2016

Source:  iaapweb.com

Run For Wellness 5K Series - By Number of Timed Finishers


436 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, March 29, 2015
394 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, January 25, 2015
380 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, June 30, 2013
353 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, July 28, 2013
343 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, August 31, 2014
332 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, August 25, 2013
331 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, February 22, 2015
308 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, August 30, 3015
289 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, July 27, 2014
284 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, April 26, 2015

283 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, March 30, 2014
281 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, January 31, 2016
279 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, September 28, 2014
269 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, April 27, 2014
265 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, January 27, 2013
263 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, May 25, 2014
261 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, October 26, 2014
259 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, February 23, 2014
257 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, September 29, 2013
254 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, February 24, 2013

251 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, July 26, 2015
247 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, June 29, 2014
246 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, May 5, 2013 (? - April 2013 reschedule)
239 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, January 26, 2014
238 - Run For Wellness - Heights, February 7, 2016
235 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, June 28, 2015
231 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, September 27, 2015
229 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, May 28, 2017
219 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, May 26, 2013
207 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, August 26, 2012

200 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, December 30, 2012
199 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, February 28, 2016
189 - Run For Wellness - Heights, February 1, 2015
187 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, July 31, 2016 (moved from Freedom)
185 - Run For Wellness - Heights, August 2, 2015
182 - Run For Wellness - Heights, June 7, 2015
181 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, March 26, 2017
179 - Run For Wellness - Heights, August 3, 2014
177 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, November 25, 2012
174 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, September 30, 2012

174 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, March 27, 2016
172 - Run For Wellness - Heights, October 4, 2015
170 - Run For Wellness - Heights, March 6, 2016
169 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, November 30, 2014
168 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, February 26, 2017
166 - Run For Wellness - Heights, October 5, 2014
161 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, January 22, 2017
159 - Run For Wellness - Heights, September 6, 2015
156 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, December 29, 2013
156 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, April 23, 2017

152 - Run For Wellness - Heights, June 1, 2014
149 - Run For Wellness - Heights, August 6, 2017
146 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, August 28, 2016
138 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, November 24, 2013
138 - Run For Wellness - Heights, January 4, 2015
138 - Run For Wellness - Heights, April 5, 2015
138 - Run For Wellness - Heights, February 5, 2017
137 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, October 21, 2012
137 - Run For Wellness - Heights, November 2, 2014
134 - Run For Wellness - Heights, July 6, 2014

131 - Run For Wellness - Heights, October 2, 2016
130 - Run For Wellness - Heights, July 5, 2015
129 - Run For Wellness - Heights, September 7, 2014
128 - Run For Wellness - Heights, June 4, 2017
127 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, October 30, 2016
125 - Run For Wellness - Heights, May 3, 2015
122 - Run For Wellness - Heights, July 2, 2017
121 - Run For Wellness - Heights, September 4, 2016
118 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, July 23, 2017
113 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, June 26, 2016 (moved from Freedom)

111 - Run For Wellness - Heights, April 3, 2016
111 - Run For Wellness - Heights, May 7, 2017
104 - Run For Wellness - Heights, April 6, 2014
103 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, February 14, 2016
102 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, September 25, 2016
100 - Run For Wellness - Heights, May 4, 2014
100 - Run For Wellness - George Bush, November 29, 2015
97 - Run For Wellness - Heights, March 2, 2014
94 - Run For Wellness - Heights, July 3, 2016
91 - Run For Wellness - Heights, August 7, 2016

91 - Run For Wellness - Freedom, November 27, 2016
85 - Run For Wellness - Heights, May 1, 2016
82 - Run For Wellness - Heights, November 6, 2016
73 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, February 19, 2017
73 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, June 18, 2017
57 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, January 15, 2017
54 - Run For Wellness - Heights, January 3, 2016
54 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, July 16, 2017
50 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, January 10, 2016
50 - Run For Wellness - Heights, January 1, 2017

47 - Run For Wellness - Heights, March 5, 2017
44 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, April 10, 2016
43 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, April 9, 2017
40 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, May 21, 2017
30 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, May 8, 2016
25 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, November 13, 2016
22 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, August 14, 2016
21 - Run For Wellness - San Jacinto, September 11, 2016