Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Surfside Marathon and Half Marathon All-Time Winners (2005-2017)


Surfside Marathon

Men's Overall
2005 - 3:01:47, Stephen Baumgartner, 31, Houston
2006 - 3:01:32, Chris Wood, 39, Pearland (Baumgartner 2nd)
2007 - 2:55:45, Stephen Baumgartner, 33, Houston
2008 - 3:03:10, Rick Autrey, 46, Nacogdoches
2009 - 2:58:45, Stephen Baumgartner, 35, Houston
2010 - 2:49:35, Stephen Baumgartner, 36, Houston
2011 - 3:12:03, Gregg Garrard, 47, Montgomery
2012 - 2:56:31, Dan Merchant, 25, Austin (Baumgartner 2nd)
2013 - 3:14:38, Stephen Baumgartner, 39, Houston
2014 - 3:17:33, Stephen Baumgartner, 40, Houston
2015 - 3:14:28, Stephen Baumgartner, 41, Houston
2016 - 3:14:12, Stephen Baumgartner, 42, Houston
2017 - 3:22:56, Stephen Baumgartner, 43, Houston

Women's Overall
2005 - 3:47:49, Tina King, 38, Oklahoma City, OK
2006 - 3:44:39, Samantha Saunders, 23, Houston
2007 - 3:23:56, Gayle Zorrilla, 35, Denver, CO
2008 - 3:36:01, Adrienne Langelier, 25, Huntsville
2009 - 3:31:25, Tracy Pinney, Woodway
2010 - 3:30:21, Alissa Inman, 30, Corpus Christi
2011 - 3:20:17, Alissa Inman, 31, Corpus Christi
2012 - 3:26:52, Becky Wright, 32, Tucson, AZ
2013 - 4:03:38, Lydia Meaden, 23, Houston
2014 - 3:39:58, Jacqueline O'Brien-Nolen, 48, Kingwood
2015 - 3:36:14, Mary Flaws, 47, Waukesha, WI
2016 - 3:54:41, Chandra Laframboise, Kars, Canada
2017 - 4:02:58, Sylvia Renee, 35, Houston

Surfside Half Marathon

Men's Overall
2005 - 1:19:41, Larry Millard, 37, Spring Branch
2006 - 1:32:52, Brandon Langlinais, 32, Houston
2007 - 1:21:10, Weston Caceres, 17, Lake Jackson
2008 - 1:30:48, Dave Depinet, 44, Sugar Land
2009 - 1:23:29, Daniel O'Callaghan, 36, Houston
2010 - 1:21:50, Danny O'Callaghan, 37, Houston
2011 - 1:26:25, Scott Loghry, 30, The Woodlands
2012 - 1:31:18, Hugh Leidlein, 52, Lake Jackson
2013 - 1:28:09, Hugh Leidlein, 53, Lake Jackson
2014 - 1:25:42, Greg Rankin, 47
2015 - 1:29:50, Hugh Leidlein, 55, Lake Jackson
2016 - 1:24:00, Jeff Zenger, 23, Muncie, IN
2017 - 1:28:42, Andrew Boone, 37, Houston

Women's Overall
2005 - 1:38:49, Karen Nelson, 43, Katy
2006 - 1:34:05, Lauren Smith, 14, Lake Jackson
2007 - 1:28:33, Autumn Ray, 27, Galveston
2008 - 1:35:27, Catherin Kruppa, 28, Houston
2009 - 1:40:20, Abbie Artley, 33, Sugar Land
2010 - 1:33:09, Maria Urso, 34
2011 - 1:31:47, Susan Walters, 46, Wallis
2012 - 1:44:10, Abigail Artley, 36, Lake Jackson
2013 - 1:35:42, Kaytlynn Welsch, 12, Alvin
2014 - 1:33:24, Kelly Ramos, 24, Lake Jackson
2015 - 1:37:37, Brittany Smith, 37, Houston
2016 - 1:36:56, Brittany Smith, 38, Houston
2017 - 1:39:16, Katlyn Phillips, 37, Allen

Surfside 50K

Men's Overall
2011 - 3:33:28, Stephen Baumgartner, 37, Houston

Women's Overall
2011 - 5:11:59, Kimberly Pilcher, 47, Houston

Monday, February 20, 2017

2017 Chevron Houston Marathon BQs for the 2018 Boston Marathon


3:14:51 - Abouzahr, Fadi (USA), M, 49
2:36:47 - Abrha, Serkalem (ETH), F, 29
3:01:45 - Acosta Rosales, Edgar (MEX), M, 41
4:19:51 - Adams, Chris (USA), M, 70
2:59:48 - Aguilera, Luis (USA), M, 41
3:08:27 - Aguirre Jr, Jaime (USA), M, 34+
2:58:40 - Alfaro, Ricardo (ESA), M, 50
3:29:22 - Allen, Michele (USA), F, 54
3:27:28 - Anderson, John (USA), M, 52
4:06:17 - Anderson-Blair, Jetola (USA), F, 54+
3:40:49 - Ashley, Amy (USA), F, 39+
2:30:18 - Assefa Wondimagegn, Meskerem (ETH), F, 31
2:12:33 - Atanfu Zerihun, Yitayal (ETH), M, 23
2:22:47 - Atkinson, Brian (USA), M, 24
2:57:23 - Avalos, David (CRC), M, 44
3:39:12 - Avila, Jessica (USA), F, 42
2:54:51 - Aviles, Edward (USA), M, 46
2:12:44 - Ayele Woldegiorgis, Abayneh (ETH), M, 29
3:22:32 - Aznar, America (CAN), F, 42

3:08:16 - Baber, George (USA), M, 42
3:19:36 - Badea, Virgiliu (ROU), M, 48
3:20:57 - Balli, Alfredo (MEX), M, 45
3:08:36 - Banes, Fren-Mark (USA), M, 35
3:57:00 - Barr, Joel (USA), M, 64+
3:23:22 - Barrionuevo, Natalia (USA), F, 41
3:25:44 - Bauer, Brian (USA), M, 52
3:28:08 - Baugher, Liz (USA), F, 28
3:06:47 - Baumgartner, Stephen (USA), M, 43
2:27:33 - Bean, Drew (USA), M, 27
2:27:07 - Bedada, Girma (USA), M, 36
3:33:36 - Beim, Samantha (USA), F, 25
3:24:37 - Belforti, Gabriel (USA), M, 45
4:05:02 - Belic, Cathy (CAN), F, 55
2:46:12 - Bell, Samuel (USA), M, 40
3:17:52 - Beltran, Marco (USA), M, 44+
3:22:49 - Berman, Mark (USA), M, 51
3:32:33 - Bernosky, Stefanie (USA), F, 34
3:19:24 - Berry, Timothy (USA), M, 48
3:35:14 - Bertin, Jean-Charles (USA), M, 56
3:58:45 - Bertram, Lillian (USA), F, 51
3:19:29 - Blake, Sophie (USA), F, 24
3:57:19 - Boak, Roger (USA), M, 68
3:39:06 - Bobadilla Escamilla, Veronica (MEX), F, 35
3:46:22 - Boyd, Bruce (USA), M, 61
3:29:15 - Braun, Steven (USA), M, 49+
3:16:09 - Breuer, Jennifer (USA), F, 43
3:08:32 - Brinkley, Teddie (USA), M, 36
4:08:52 - Brousseau, Mike (CAN), M, 68
4:02:51 - Brown, Daniel (USA), M, 66
3:04:01 - Bruner, Drew (USA), M, 29
3:51:27 - Buchan, Rhona (GBR), F, 50
3:55:13 - Bucknall, Lynn (USA), F, 57
3:39:20 - Bue, Grant (USA), M, 58
3:14:04 - Buitrago, Fredy (USA), M, 43
4:10:07 - Burns, Lenord (USA), M, 70
3:31:01 - Burum, Caroline (USA), F, 51
2:57:22 - Bustillos, Wilmer (USA), M, 51
2:37:50 - Butler, Jason (USA), M, 44
3:43:12 - Butler, Pam (USA), F, 59

2:53:48 - Cai, David (USA), M, 19
2:29:12 - Camargo, Andres Camilo (COL), M, 30
3:22:03 - Camp, Hillary (USA), F, 24
3:31:45 - Camp, John (USA), M, 55
3:28:07 - Campos Rios, Mariana (MEX), F, 32
2:49:51 - Cantara, Rocio (PER), F, 30
3:45:33 - Capriotti, Karin (USA), F, 45
3:31:57 - Carlson, Tausha (USA), F, 40
3:18:29 - Caron, Anngela (USA), F, 35
2:45:23 - Carr, Stephen (USA), M, 37
3:58:37 - Carrasco, Jackie (USA), F, 49+
3:07:39 - Carro, Greg (USA), M, 39
2:59:54 - Carter, Benjamin (USA), M, 28
3:52:42 - Castillo, Roxana (USA), F, 51
2:37:42 - Cater-Cyker, Zach (USA), M, 32
3:39:08 - Cheng, Yifan (USA), M, 54+
3:29:28 - Cherry, Sara (USA), F, 35
2:18:59 - Cheseret, Robert (USA), M, 33
2:56:42 - Chi, Eric (USA), M, 31
3:18:37 - Chico, Roberto (MEX), M, 51
4:08:51 - Chow, Andrew (USA), M, 67
3:12:55 - Christie, Gordon (USA), M, 47
3:32:39 - Claar, Brian (USA), M, 57
2:56:43 - Clark, Brian (USA), M, 31
3:34:36 - Clark, Kelley (USA), F, 28
3:27:39 - Clark, Royce (USA), M, 49+
3:03:43 - Class, Caleb (USA), M, 30
4:24:17 - Clemens, Paula (USA), F, 59+
2:58:36 - Collier, Christopher (USA), M, 35
4:16:41 - Collins, Yong (USA), F, 62
3:39:49 - Collmorgen, Connie (USA), F, 52
3:22:43 - Cooper, Mark (USA), M, 53
3:25:47 - Corbet, Etienne (USA), M, 53
2:46:03 - Corey, Squire (USA), M, 30
3:27:12 - Cortes, Jorge (USA), M, 54
3:12:13 - Coulter, Katrina (USA), F, 28
3:24:31 - Craig, Don (USA), M, 48
2:38:37 - Crouch, Sarah (USA), F, 27
2:57:53 - Cruise, Amanda (USA), F, 33
3:22:03 - Cuervo, Antero (USA), M, 44+
3:53:55 - Cui, Heather (USA), F, 50
2:59:58 - Cummings, Tom (USA), M, 47
3:33:14 - Currie, Jason (USA), M, 56
3:28:59 - Cutaia, Marissa (USA), F, 27
2:44:54 - Cutter, Patrick (USA), M, 27

3:05:48 - Dannemann, Benjamin (USA), M, 36
2:42:57 - Davies, Mary (NZL), F, 34
3:59:51 - Davila, Juan (MEX), M, 67
3:17:52 - Davis, Amanda (USA), F, 33
3:39:25 - Davis, Timeca (USA), F, 37
3:14:29 - Dawkins, Erika (USA), F, 29
2:51:01 - De Reuck, Colleen (USA), F, 52
3:24:18 - Deeny, Mark (USA), M, 47
2:30:44 - Degefa, Biruktayit (ETH), F, 26
3:20:44 - Delu, Adam (USA), M, 46
3:25:15 - Dolliazal, Mohamed (USA), M, 49+
3:34:46 - Donaghy, Erin (USA), F, 26
3:53:42 - Donaldson, Mary (USA), F, 51
2:37:55 - Dostal, Ryan (USA), M, 27
3:01:01 - Dougherty, Frank (USA), M, 26
3:02:40 - Dublin, Andrew (USA), M, 33
3:36:20 - Duchesne, Sara (USA), F, 45
3:51:46 - Duffin, Neil (USA), M, 59+
3:25:59 - Duffy, Brian (USA), M, 50
2:58:42 - Duncan, Paul (USA), M, 32
3:12:31 - Dye, William (USA), M, 43

2:57:16 - East, James (USA), M, 23
2:47:06 - Ebel, Boone (USA), M, 36
3:48:05 - Ederle, Nicole (USA), F, 46
3:21:40 - Elhalaby, Awatif (USA), F, 32
3:19:34 - Endara, Carrie (USA), F, 34
3:21:55 - Engle, Chuck (USA), M, 45
3:28:07 - Eno, Alicia (USA), F, 39
3:27:45 - Enrico, Luis (USA), M, 52
3:51:39 - Enriquez Loredo, Gerardo (MEX), M, 59+

3:02:37 - Fagan, Brian (USA), M, 38
3:31:07 - Felchak, Michael (USA), M, 58
3:39:02 - Feller, Lisa (USA), F, 39
2:30:18 - Fikadu Kassa, (Pacer) Kedir (ETH), M, 32
3:17:48 - Fontenot, Bree (USA), F, 22
2:47:35 - Foster, Megan (USA), F, 39
3:57:22 - Franco Acacio, Gregorio (MEX), M, 65
3:17:52 - Frank, Virginia (USA), F, 36
3:29:15 - Fryar, Traci (USA), F, 37
3:45:39 - Fullerton, Stephen (USA), M, 59+
3:37:53 - Funk, Laurie (USA), F, 37
3:27:43 - Fuss, Karen (USA), F, 35

4:22:52 - Galindo, Jose (USA), M, 69+
3:13:30 - Gamisans, William (USA), M, 42
2:44:46 - García Martínez, Martín (MEX), M, 27
3:49:07 - Garcia, Juan (USA), M, 61
3:18:47 - Garcia, Starla (USA), F, 27
3:28:52 - Garcia, Victoria (USA), F, 22
3:06:37 - Garza, Francisco (USA), M, 51
3:20:14 - Gaytan, Agapito (USA), M, 55
3:39:07 - Gillespie, Angus (NED), M, 54+
3:11:37 - Glaser, William (USA), M, 48
3:54:24 - Golbert, Arthur (USA), M, 61
2:56:34 - Gollins, Daniel (USA), M, 30
3:27:07 - Gomez Tenorio, Paola (MEX), F, 36
3:28:43 - Gonzalez Paez, Javier (USA), M, 52
3:45:54 - Gonzalez, Lisa (USA), F, 47
3:07:01 - Gooch, Jason (USA), M, 43
3:35:11 - Graves, Lindy (USA), F, 35
3:22:59 - Gray, Robert (USA), M, 49
3:36:32 - Green, Verney (USA), M, 55
2:30:29 - Greene, Mark (USA), M, 26
3:08:44 - Greenham, James (USA), M, 40
3:27:38 - Griffin, Sarah (USA), F, 39
2:59:03 - Grissom, Eric (USA), M, 37
3:44:48 - Guerrero, Natalie (USA), F, 39+
3:05:56 - Gugliuzza, Paul (USA), M, 35
3:33:48 - Guillen, Diana (USA), F, 34
3:45:22 - Gutierrez, Maurilio (USA), M, 61
3:47:07 - Guzman Estrada, Luis (MEX), M, 66

3:15:34 - Hagen, Michelle (USA), F, 26
2:57:32 - Hahn, Andrew (CAN), M, 40
3:18:35 - Halkey, Jennifer (USA), F, 34
3:28:13 - Hall, Karyn (USA), F, 27
3:38:20 - Hall, Mandy (USA), F, 39
2:54:48 - Hall, Matt (GBR), M, 44
3:14:38 - Hall, Patrick (USA), M, 46
3:29:38 - Hall, Sally (USA), F, 48
2:57:22 - Haller, Peter (CAN), M, 22
3:52:37 - Halligan, Kathy (USA), F, 47
4:14:30 - Halsey, Margaret (USA), F, 60
3:19:06 - Hammang, Lauren (USA), F, 27
3:12:44 - Hammervold, Jerry (USA), M, 64
3:50:49 - Hammond, Irma (USA), F, 48
3:18:50 - Haney, Lauren (USA), F, 24
3:33:21 - Hanselka, Kristen (USA), F, 26
2:50:40 - Hardcastle, Kath (USA), F, 35
3:29:01 - Harding-Udoh, Omolayo (NGR), F, 40
3:22:47 - Harp, Rachel (USA), F, 33
3:15:33 - Hartin, John (USA), M, 59
4:04:41 - Harvie, Ben (USA), M, 70
3:48:41 - Harwell, Mark (USA), M, 59+
2:49:38 - Haskett, Brian (USA), M, 45
2:24:29 - Hay, Jonny (GBR), M, 24
3:29:59 - Hayes, Elizabeth Newton (USA), F, 30
3:28:55 - Head, Jessica (USA), F, 33
3:38:58 - Heitzwebel, Tim (USA), M, 59
2:58:32 - Hellen, Ryan (USA), M, 33
3:54:34 - Hendrickson, Mark (USA), M, 59+
2:38:05 - Hengoed, Joseph (USA), M, 27
3:21:41 - Hennessey, Andrew (USA), M, 54
3:32:46 - Henriquez, Stefanie (USA), F, 30
4:07:18 - Hermon, Maria (USA), F, 59
2:51:31 - Hernandez, Jose (MEX), M, 34
3:31:13 - Hernandez, Tricia (USA), F, 39
3:43:58 - Hilger, Kristine (USA), F, 43
2:41:15 - Hill, Alistair (CAN), M, 39
4:40:55 - Hilton, Brenda (USA), F, 69+
4:38:02 - Himel, Pat (USA), F, 64+
2:57:38 - Hiriart Ramirez, Erick (MEX), M, 29
4:04:05 - Hobbs, John Peter (USA), M, 65
3:05:53 - Hodge, Danielle (USA), F, 29
3:57:50 - Hoekman, Robert (USA), M, 75
3:31:44 - Holden, Stacy (USA), F, 40
2:57:23 - Honrath, Jerod (USA), M, 42
3:00:14 - Hopper, Melissa (USA), F, 39
3:26:51 - Hummel, Nali (USA), F, 27
2:59:23 - Hunt, Patrick (USA), M, 25

3:20:44 - James Jr, Willie (USA), M, 58
3:09:33 - James, Ryan (USA), M, 42
2:57:35 - Janah, Yassir (USA), M, 38
3:54:10 - Jarufe, Creusa (USA), F, 56
3:45:28 - Jenkins, Yvonne (USA), F, 44+
3:09:54 - Jimenez, Alex (USA), M, 39
3:14:28 - Jimenez, Raquel (USA), F, 31
4:08:27 - Johnson, Barbara (USA), F, 60
2:47:12 - Johnson, Steven (USA), M, 26
3:18:19 - Jones, Jessica (USA), F, 39
2:38:19 - Jones, Joshua (USA), M, 23
3:05:28 - Jones, Nadine (USA), F, 41
3:27:15 - Jones, Rebecca (USA), F, 22

2:52:36 - Kalescky, Robert (USA), M, 34
2:32:33 - Kandie, Solomon (USA), M, 38
3:08:19 - Karlgaard, Joe (USA), M, 42
2:51:58 - Kassa, Belay (USA), M, 35
3:19:14 - Kazmierczak, Clare (USA), F, 40
3:11:01 - Keating, Burton (USA), M, 41
3:30:15 - Kelley, Sarah (USA), F, 27
2:25:57 - Kersh, Stephen (USA), M, 25
2:17:25 - Kibet, Elkanah (USA), M, 30
3:02:56 - Kieser, Jeremy (USA), M, 36
3:16:30 - Killeen, Joe (USA), M, 57
4:00:59 - Kim, Eunsup (USA), M, 64+
2:38:16 - Kiplagat, David (USA), M, 33
3:47:45 - Kirkpatrick, Jennifer (USA), F, 44+
3:43:53 - Kohn, Dale (USA), M, 59+
3:42:16 - Kopel, Allyson (USA), F, 43
3:59:58 - Kowal, Peri (USA), F, 55
3:00:13 - Krause, Philip (USA), M, 29
3:14:14 - Kruppa, Catherine (USA), F, 43
3:35:12 - Kuehn, Amber (USA), F, 37
3:06:49 - Kwan, Andy (USA), M, 39
4:08:06 - Kwan, Raymond (USA), M, 64+
2:57:38 - Kwon, Jae (USA), M, 31

3:45:20 - Lafuente, Elva (USA), F, 51
3:38:22 - Lance, Joe (USA), M, 57
3:00:34 - Lastovica, Grant (USA), M, 28
3:04:08 - Latimore, Zachary (USA), M, 24
3:18:16 - Laughlin, Lauren (USA), F, 51
2:37:00 - Lawrence, Peter (USA), M, 45
2:58:00 - Lawrence, Ryan (USA), M, 36
3:18:54 - Lazarine, Daniel (USA), M, 52
4:16:28 - Le, Quynh (USA), F, 59+
2:18:16 - Leak, Colin (USA), M, 30
3:41:24 - Lee, Karen (USA), F, 45
3:11:58 - Lee, Kerry (USA), M, 42
3:21:14 - Lee, Liz (USA), F, 33
3:33:26 - Lefeldt, Nele (USA), F, 32
3:33:34 - Leidlein, Hugh (USA), M, 56
2:37:31 - Lemus Reyes, Pedro Manuel (MEX), M, 26
3:25:41 - Leong, Michelle (USA), F, 38
3:00:37 - Lewis, Jason (USA), M, 39
3:51:28 - Lichnovsky, Larry (USA), M, 69
2:44:46 - Lisle, Stuart (USA), M, 33
3:19:00 - Liu, Lei (USA), M, 45
3:52:39 - Liu, Yan (USA), F, 46
3:43:45 - Loeb, Vernon (USA), M, 60
3:35:55 - London, Christi (USA), F, 40
3:14:59 - Lopez, Esperanza (USA), F, 25
2:57:29 - Lord, Will (USA), M, 17+
3:34:41 - Loughnane, Kevin (USA), M, 60
3:40:10 - Lucero-Calhoon, Sarah (USA), F, 44
3:21:00 - Luo, Yi (USA), M, 45
2:29:02 - Lustgarten, Brett (USA), M, 27
3:43:36 - Lybarger, Diane (USA), F, 40
3:52:00 - Lynch, Cherie (USA), F, 44+

3:44:28 - Mahlenkamp, Karin (USA), F, 40
3:48:08 - Mahony, Brid (USA), F, 45
3:16:57 - Maliszewski, Steve (USA), M, 44+
3:34:59 - Manley, Laura (USA), F, 28
2:54:17 - Manning, Matthew (USA), M, 36
3:10:30 - Mannion, John (USA), M, 45
3:07:53 - Maples, Matthew (USA), M, 40
3:58:45 - Marashi, Fred (USA), M, 67
4:23:22 - Marquette, Nancy (USA), F, 59+
3:08:42 - Marquez, Rodrigo (USA), M, 35
3:54:36 - Martin, Dora (Lizi) (USA), F, 58
2:52:28 - Martinez, David (USA), M, 43
3:15:01 - Martinez, Humberto (USA), M, 53
3:12:17 - Marzuk, Rachid (BRA), M, 42
3:09:47 - McClain, Alan (USA), M, 42
3:19:57 - Mcclanahan, Rochelle (USA), F, 44
3:41:08 - Mccullough, Holly (USA), F, 40
2:40:21 - Mccurdy, Matt (USA), M, 39
3:38:12 - Mcginty, Dennis (USA), M, 55
3:08:24 - Mchenry, Alex (USA), M, 51
3:54:18 - Mckissick, Frances (USA), F, 54
3:58:46 - Medrano, J Carlos (USA), M, 67
3:19:52 - Melanson, Joe (USA), M, 61
3:35:33 - Meneley, Amber (USA), F, 40
3:43:57 - Menendez, Jessica (USA), F, 41
3:06:32 - Messa, Luiz (BRA), M, 38
3:28:36 - Meyer, Jacquelyn (USA), F, 28
2:56:48 - Michael, Julius (USA), M, 28
2:57:04 - Michna, Vinny (USA), M, 38
2:16:16 - Milaw Asefa, Abrha (ETH), M, 28
3:06:10 - Millard, Joshua (USA), M, 40
2:43:57 - Miller, Matt (USA), M, 27
2:58:11 - Miller, Sebastian (USA), M, 22
2:57:24 - Mock, Lee (USA), M, 41
2:56:38 - Mollenkopf, Ingrid (USA), F, 27
3:01:13 - Monteiro, Rodrigo (BRA), M, 46
3:40:20 - Moon, Thuy (USA), F, 45
3:08:34 - Moore, Omar (USA), M, 37
3:36:01 - Moore, Tom (USA), M, 58
3:20:59 - Morelock, Anna (USA), F, 29
2:44:30 - Morera Malcolm, Leonardo (CRC), M, 26
3:25:18 - Morris, Amanda (USA), F, 31
2:49:35 - Morris, Jonathan (USA), M, 37
3:26:41 - Moss, Avi (USA), M, 54
3:36:44 - Mutz, Jenna (USA), F, 36

3:21:14 - Nathanson, Lindsey (USA), F, 29
2:21:29 - Nation, Will (USA), M, 24
2:43:00 - Neff, (Pacer) Calum (CAN), M, 32
3:29:46 - Nelson, Brooke (USA), F, 27
3:54:48 - Newton, Peggy (USA), F, 44+
3:06:18 - Neylon, Dermot (USA), M, 36
3:16:55 - Null, Christopher (USA), M, 49
3:02:04 - Nurre, Peter (USA), M, 31

3:57:15 - Obrien-Nolen, Jacqueline (USA), F, 51
3:02:52 - Obvintsev, Alex (USA), M, 42
2:51:05 - Olah, Gabor (USA), M, 41
3:11:04 - Oldenburg, Bridget (USA), F, 36
2:12:05 - Ondoro, Dominic (KEN), M, 28
3:00:03 - Ontko, Robert (USA), M, 28
2:56:50 - Ortiz Vega, Diego (USA), M, 30
2:56:39 - Oviedo, Jose (USA), M, 40

3:21:23 - Padar, Bart (USA), M, 45
3:23:18 - Padon, Matthew (USA), M, 48
3:37:45 - Painter, David (USA), M, 60
3:21:42 - Palomo, Joe (USA), M, 47
2:35:51 - Papadimitriou, Antonis (GRE), M, 36
3:24:47 - Pape, Peter (USA), M, 45
4:05:49 - Parraguirre, Julie (USA), F, 54+
2:57:33 - Parva, Benjamin (USA), M, 23
3:38:09 - Patlan, Renee (USA), F, 35
3:38:57 - Patterson, Sunday (USA), F, 40
3:19:45 - Peck, George (USA), M, 47
2:48:26 - Pellerin, Jeremie (CAN), M, 23
3:08:20 - Penfold, Ian (USA), M, 51
3:40:55 - Perales, Veronica (USA), F, 39+
3:31:19 - Percival, Nikki (AUS), F, 43
2:51:40 - Perez, Miguel (USA), M, 41
3:35:00 - Perry, Natalie (USA), F, 39
3:22:58 - Phillips, Katlyn (USA), F, 37
3:37:19 - Phinney, Jennifer (USA), F, 39
3:11:03 - Pietz, Lisa (USA), F, 33
3:13:49 - Plunkett, Natty (USA), F, 26
3:30:24 - Pooler, Kristina (USA), F, 33
3:39:34 - Porter, John (USA), M, 56
2:51:36 - Power, Rich (USA), M, 52
3:46:19 - Powitzky, Kristine (USA), F, 44+
3:39:09 - Pregler, Jennifer (USA), F, 38
3:24:04 - Presswood, Melody (USA), F, 37
3:05:17 - Probst, John (USA), M, 49
3:54:06 - Provenzano, Mark (USA), M, 60
3:03:07 - Putansu, Steven (USA), M, 32

3:17:50 - Raines, David (USA), M, 55
3:29:29 - Raquepo, Amado (USA), M, 53
3:13:07 - Rasco, Drew (USA), M, 39+
3:26:35 - Rasco, Sarah (USA), F, 39
3:52:50 - Ray, Rochelle (USA), F, 45
3:12:12 - Reed, James (USA), M, 43
3:41:10 - Repice, Victoria (USA), F, 46
3:16:43 - Reyes, Jose (USA), M, 50
3:13:17 - Reyna, Benigno (USA), M, 41
2:35:12 - Richard, Timothy (USA), M, 28
3:33:42 - Richardson, Nicole (USA), F, 36
3:10:30 - Richter, Bob (USA), M, 49
3:49:36 - Ripple, Joanne (USA), F, 58
3:19:22 - Rivas Lopez, Natalia (USA), F, 25
3:57:53 - Robertson, Shay (USA), F, 51
3:09:56 - Robinson, Keith (USA), M, 47
3:30:08 - Rodriguez, Lorena (MEX), F, 30
3:39:55 - Roeschel, Jessica (USA), F, 36
3:32:54 - Rogowski, Elena (USA), F, 24
3:37:57 - Romano, Tom (USA), M, 60
2:28:59 - Romero, Juan (MEX), M, 39
2:21:03 - Rono, Aron (USA), M, 34
2:25:58 - Roth, Austin (USA), M, 26
3:13:54 - Rowe, Jeremy (USA), M, 43
3:34:25 - Rudin, Allison (USA), F, 43
3:34:10 - Ruocco, Neil (USA), M, 55
2:56:19 - Rusnaczyk, Michael (USA), M, 23
3:06:52 - Rychlik, Garrett (USA), M, 49

3:33:01 - Sabbagh, Rana (USA), F, 36
3:59:18 - Sailors, Pam (USA), F, 53
3:34:50 - Salazar, Mckenzie (USA), F, 22
3:29:34 - Salazar, Paul (USA), M, 54
3:37:36 - Sanchez-Williams, Mariana (USA), F, 41
4:23:03 - Sanden, Gunnar (USA), M, 76
3:06:15 - Sanderson, Samuel (USA), M, 39
3:19:55 - Sandfort, Katharine (USA), F, 21
3:01:37 - Sanzone, Richard (USA), M, 38
3:34:51 - Sasaki, Yoshiaki (USA), M, 58
4:06:31 - Sauceda Ochoa, Estela (MEX), F, 58
2:53:19 - Saums, Jeremy (USA), M, 37
2:59:59 - Sauvageau, Elizabeth (USA), F, 29
3:01:20 - Sauvageau, Joseph (USA), M, 28
3:33:17 - Schell, Courtney (USA), F, 20
3:32:58 - Schellhorn, Kendall (USA), F, 30
3:26:53 - Schipperijn, Peter (USA), M, 55
3:22:22 - Schroeder, Steve (USA), M, 51
3:39:50 - Schwartz, Hal (USA), M, 55
3:26:50 - Scott, Sherry (USA), F, 48
2:49:03 - Scoville, Morgan (USA), M, 34
3:39:50 - Seeley, Suzy (USA), F, 57
3:45:43 - Sekelsky, Mark (USA), M, 59+
2:54:55 - Selert Faraud, Kir (USA), F, 29
3:06:58 - Senterfitt, Jay (USA), M, 42
3:22:33 - Shafer, Marne (USA), F, 36
3:25:33 - Shaffer, Patricia (USA), F, 39
2:12:54 - Shiferaw, Andualem (ETH), M, 24
2:45:07 - Shockey, Ernest (USA), M, 39
2:57:09 - Sicher, Nathan (USA), M, 35
2:49:45 - Sieczkowski, Brian (USA), M, 38
2:58:08 - Simmons, Timothy (USA), M, 31
2:59:06 - Simpson, William (USA), M, 35
3:30:50 - Skak, Louise (NOR), F, 40
3:23:34 - Skinner, Ashley (USA), F, 32
3:34:10 - Smith, Rebecca (USA), F, 24
3:19:01 - Sorensen, Don (USA), M, 49
3:20:53 - Spiller, John (USA), M, 50
3:06:07 - Stamp, Quinn (USA), M, 36
3:11:36 - Steele, Tim (USA), M, 55
3:37:44 - Stepanian, Elizabeth (USA), F, 42
3:57:16 - Stephens, Vicki (USA), F, 49+
3:25:56 - Stewart, Holly (USA), F, 46
3:11:24 - Stewart, Paul (USA), M, 40
2:46:54 - Stice, Kenneth (USA), M, 23
3:17:33 - Stoll, Barbara (USA), F, 55
3:15:33 - Stone, Roger (GBR), M, 48
2:46:17 - Stoot, Steven (USA), M, 26
3:17:19 - Stotzer, Eric (USA), M, 49
3:36:19 - Studebaker, John (USA), M, 55
2:59:12 - Studenny, Matthew (USA), M, 33
3:06:44 - Suberbielle, Stormy (USA), M, 41
3:40:38 - Sullivan, Susan (USA), F, 39+
2:52:32 - Sutter, Hayley (USA), F, 27
3:51:42 - Sword, Ruel (USA), F, 50
3:19:53 - Sylte, Maria (USA), F, 26
3:03:15 - Sylvester, Zoltan (USA), M, 47

3:19:20 - Tapp, Carolyn (USA), F, 48
3:34:38 - Taylor, Kate (USA), F, 22
3:38:09 - Thies, Allison (USA), F, 42
3:14:24 - Thomas, Aaron (USA), M, 40
3:42:32 - Thomas, Greg (USA), M, 61
3:30:55 - Thompson, James (GBR), M, 54+
3:36:04 - Tidd, William (USA), M, 54+
3:16:24 - Tobin, Jackie (USA), F, 37
3:21:17 - Todorov, Emmanuel (USA), M, 48
2:59:09 - Tognarelli, Michael (USA), M, 44
3:31:39 - Tonge, Jacob (USA), M, 54+
3:00:45 - Trimm, Logan (USA), M, 28
3:48:19 - Trotter, Paul (USA), M, 61
3:22:27 - Tsounis, Alex (USA), M, 44+
3:08:42 - Tucker, Krysten (USA), F, 29

4:10:28 - Uttecht, Carole (USA), F, 61

3:15:26 - Valdez, Alexander (USA), M, 47
3:28:54 - Van Wyngaarden, Henrita (USA), F, 47
3:17:22 - Varhue, Nora (USA), F, 24
3:36:58 - Vazquez, Lilia (USA), F, 53
3:19:56 - Vega Garcia, Alin (MEX), F, 40
2:23:56 - Vega, Javier (MEX), M, 25
3:11:29 - Vegas, Julia (USA), F, 31
3:30:55 - Venable, April (USA), F, 31
3:23:55 - Viger, Rachel (USA), F, 25

3:05:20 - Wade, Andrew (USA), M, 34+
2:35:57 - Wade, Becky (USA), F, 27
3:50:56 - Walker, Ken (CAN), M, 59+
3:34:21 - Walter, Katie (USA), F, 25
3:24:59 - Wang, Edward (USA), M, 52
3:38:44 - Wang, Shan (USA), F, 45
3:19:51 - Warechowski, Lisa (USA), F, 50
3:33:28 - Wareing, Reed (USA), F, 36
3:23:33 - Warnsman, Eric (USA), M, 45
3:11:40 - Watanabe, Tetsuo (USA), M, 43
3:35:15 - Watson, Haley (USA), F, 38
3:08:55 - Watson, Jason (USA), M, 41
3:27:01 - Weimer, Allyson (USA), F, 29
3:11:14 - West, Al (USA), M, 45
3:34:13 - Wethington, Halcie (USA), F, 25
3:39:25 - Whalen, Jennifer (USA), F, 35
3:28:30 - Wigle, David (USA), M, 55
2:50:12 - Wijayaratne, Hiruni (SRI), F, 26
3:13:53 - Wilbanks, Mitch (USA), M, 39+
3:54:58 - Wilderman-Hay, Mary-Ellen (CAN), F, 49
3:38:01 - Willard, Ellen (USA), F, 36
3:07:05 - Williams, Curt (USA), M, 34+
2:54:27 - Williams, Jacob (USA), M, 27
3:54:55 - Winchester, Nancy (CAN), F, 49
3:42:10 - Winter, Len (USA), M, 65
3:22:24 - Withers, Andrew (USA), M, 44+

3:02:34 - Xia, Quanxin (USA), M, 37

3:19:44 - Yoder, John (USA), M, 45
3:15:01 - Yost, Mark (USA), M, 58
3:38:23 - Yost, Marty (USA), M, 56
2:52:31 - Young, Andrew (USA), M, 32
2:17:29 - Young, Tim (USA), M, 29

3:51:42 - Zhu, Meifang (USA), F, 65
2:34:06 - Zimak, Trevor (CAN), M, 33
3:02:06 - Zimmerman, Michael (USA), M, 36
2:53:50 - Zuñiga Gaitan, Adriana (MEX), F, 26

(+) indicates those runners whose time qualifies them for the older age group they will move into in 2018

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

2017 USA Fit Marathon BQs for 2018 Boston Marathon


2:48:07 - Adam Saloom, 27, M, Houston TX
2:59:42 - John Mannion, 45, M, Sugar Land TX
3:00:59 - Omar Venzor, 31, M, Dallas TX
3:05:24 - Francisco Garza, 51, M, Houston TX
3:06:32 - Steve Maliszewski, 44, M, Houston TX
3:08:40 - Adam Robertson, 41, M, Houston TX
3:22:40 - Victoria Webster, 32, F, Houston TX
3:32:04 - Natalie Jansen, 29, F, Houston TX
3:33:26 - Nicole Cheriyan, 37, F, Houston TX
3:37:12 - Trey Hamlett, 57, M, Lockhart TX
3:42:01 - Diane Lybarger, 40, F, Richmond TX
3:47:02 - Maurilio Gutierrez, 61, M, Sugar Land TX
3:52:40 - Cheri Payne, 45, F, Missouri City TX
3:53:30 - Donnadale Arthur, 53, F, Katy TX
3:54:48 - Stacy Garcia, 45, F, Meadows Place TX
4:04:44 - Jetola Anderson-Blair, 54, F, Houston TX*

* Qualifies for the 2018 Boston Marathon as the runner will be in a different age group on race day in 2018.

2017 Texas Marathon BQs for 2018 Boston Marathon


3:10:31 - Ramesh Kanjilimadhom, M, 47, Kochi, India
3:20:15 - Erin Dawson, F, 35, Indianapolis, IN
3:31:20 - Emily Zavinsky, F, 31, Houston, TX
3:32:08 - Gary Poulson, M, 60, Humble, TX
3:34:20 - Sarah Kelley, F, 27, Katy, TX
3:38:50 - Sylvia Ly, F, 35, Houston, TX
3:39:16 - Stefanie Bernosky, F, 34, Houston, TX*
3:45:08 - Suzy Seeley, F, 57, Houston, TX
3:58:00 - Jacqueline O'Brien Nolen, F, 52, Kingwood, TX
4:04:07 - Jetola Anderson-Blair, F, 54, Houston, TX*
4:05:20 - Hudon White, M, 64, Stephenville, TX*

* Qualifies for the 2018 Boston Marathon as the runner will be in a different age group on race day in 2018.

2017 Galveston Marathon BQs for 2018 Boston Marathon


2:49:59 - Steven Johnson, 26, M, Madison, WI
3:02:13 - Donald Quintana, 33, M, Mandville, LA
3:16:12 - Lisa Steffes, 45, F, Hazleton, PA
3:17:24 - Al West, 45, M, League City, TX
3:27:33 - Patricia Shaffer, 39, F, Rosenberg, TX
3:28:20 - Keith Schlieker, 49, M, Hearne, TX
3:35:52 - David Sanchez, 55, M, Green Bay, WI
3:37:54 - Michelle Didion, 48, F, LaPorte, IN
3:43:21 - Stacy Holden, 40, F, Houston, TX
3:44:16 - Danrey Toth, 53, F, Rolling Meadows, IL
3:45:31 - George Sandoval, 72, M, Galveston, TX
4:04:31 - Jelka Jonker, 59, F, Austin, TX

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Galveston Marathon Announcing Report


Sunday was the seventh running of the rebirth of the Galveston Marathon, with its associated half marathon, 5K and kids 1-mile run.

I was fortunate enough to be able to announce the race for Jana and Kevin Landry and Jay Lee for the sixth of those seven years.

Like anything else, you work hard to earn people’s trust and when it is returned it is incredibly rewarding.

And, even so, it can at times be daunting to maintain that level of quality.

If you’ve followed me and what I do for any length of time, you’ve heard me say that – to me – the most challenging part of race announcing has nothing to do with recognizing runners as they come to the finish line.

It is getting runners to the start line and the race started on-time.

As a runner, I don’t like to be cajoled with mindless banter over the microphone.

Tell me what I need to know, where I need to be, thank me for being there and get us started on-time.

So when I go to other races to run, I pay attention to see if there’s something I can do better or is there something I want to make sure that I avoid.

The race needed to change its location this year from Saengerfest Park on The Strand to Stewart Beach Park.

I don’t go to Galveston to get away.  Ever.  Just not my cup of tea.

One of the challenges that I faced upon arriving was where to set up and how to project the sound to accomplish the tasks that I stated earlier.  I was not familiar with the location at all.

The start and finish line – it seemed - was a little distance away from packet pickup and parking – nothing more than when we were by The Strand.

It just felt like that it was going to be an issue to get folks to the start.

In the past, Other Brother would have two sound units – one in the Park for awards and such (which I never do for Galveston because Jana wants me at the finish line making the runners feeling great about finishing) and one at the start/finish for music.

We’ve had a recording for the National Anthem before, but I thought a group sing would work.

I wanted to get everyone over to do it before the wheelchair and handcycle start, but I sensed with the parking being much closer for everyone that many may stay in or near their cars until the start time.

We had four handcyclists, one push cycle and one wheelchair racer for their 7:15 a.m. start.

I was able to get a lot of people beyond the start line to cheer these athletes on.

I had enough time in my timeline to be able engage each of the athletes before the start and find out their name – Rick Weisbrod, Douglas Dillard and Jeff Chaffin across the front and Fred Samuelsen from Deer Park and Bennie Jose Perez in the second row.

I thought it was a little different – and hope it was appreciated.

A lot of credit goes to the Chevron Houston Marathon and groups like Catapult and Achilles International for getting adaptive athletes more involved in races in the community.

I think – and hope – that we’ll see more and more races figure out ways to be more welcoming to these competitors.

Just before the start, Austin’s Dane Rauschenberg, a Penn State grad who’s been engaged in the running world for the last 10 years or so, came up and said Hi!

As did many others, including Galveston’s Kelly Carmichael.  He and his wife, Maria, ran the half on Sunday.

Beyond that, we were able to get the marathon and half marathon and then 5K started at their respective times at 7:30 a.m. and 7:45 a.m.

Jana Landry recorded the start of the half marathon and marathon here.

Before the start of the half marathon and marathon, we did a moment of silence for a young man who lost his life – with two other service personnel – at the hands of an ISIS radical in November serving the military.  Folks were running the race in his memory.

I brought up Jana to give a few words and then we recognized Elgin Faulkner of Houston to be our official starter.  Elgin is 87 years old.

He ran and finished the half marathon for the seventh straight year.

And his first Galveston Half Marathon in 2011, at the age of 81, was his first half marathon ever.

Heidi Walker did a fantastic job engaging the youngsters that were participating in the Kids 1-mile race (or half mile for those younger participants).

Then the real fun began:  the merging of folks with the three events as they approached the finish line.

Fortunately, Run Wild Sports’ Gary Mulvihill had the reader working near flawlessly.

Before I could really get into a roll with the 5K finishers, Friendswood’s John Moyer walked up all bloodied.

His race day was, unfortunately, over after taking a fall early in the race.  He said that it looked worse than it really was.

Houston’s Carlo Deason, 47, won the 5K in 18:52, the fifth fastest men’s time in the race’s short four-year history, while fellow Houstonian Erika Park, 41, used an event best 21:12 to win the women’s race.

In the masters’ division, Houston’s Peter Mullin and Freeport’s Melissa Hurta - a couple of local legends - were the champions.

Peter, 66, was second overall in 19:12, the eighth fastest time ever, while Melissa, 53, posted a fourth-best ever (and masters best ever) time of 22:31.

It was good, as always, to see the Sproba family – Mike and Robin – from Willis.

Carlo’s mom, Mary, 72, had a pleasant, happy smile on her face as she finished to win the 70-74 age division.

In the half marathon, Galveston’s Gabor Olah, 41, won in 1:18:07 – the third best half marathon time for the race ever.

Grove, Oklahoma’s Michaela Warner, 21, broke the event record with a 1:24:15 showing.  She runs for Oklahoma City University and was recruited to the university by world class ultrarunner Camille Herron and her husband Conor Holt (who was the head coach there between 2011-2012 and 2015-2016).

Sugar Land’s Zhang Wu, 41, and Denver, Colorado’s Alyn Park, 65, were the masters champions in 1:28:51 and 1:46:40, respectively.

Former Lamar University athlete Bree Fontenot, 22, won her age group.

The Bay Area Running Club’s Alex Grous had the funniest comeback to me announcing his name at the finish by loudly announcing mine back at me.  Well played, Alex.

Friendswood’s Dale Kohn, 60, won his age group in 1:40:48 and went back out to be a part of the pacing team, which was money all day long.

It’s funny in that people say that I know everybody.  Well, not quite, obviously, but six of the 12 finishers in the men’s 60-64 age group of the half marathon I did!

Seabrook’s Terry Frank, one of our Running Alliance Sport board members, and The Woodlands’ Judith Blevins posted finishes in the 60-64 age group.

Beaumont’s Stephen O’Neil easily won the men’s 55-59 age group in 1:41:13.

As did Dickinson’s Jitka Newald in the women’s side of that age group with a 1:48:43 showing.  It took me a few years to get Jitka’s name pronounced right, but I do so steadily now.

Keith Schreiter paced the 2:20 half marathon group and did so splendidly – 2:20:11 gun and 2:19:29 chip time.

Bartenderx Oropeza was fourth in his 40-44 age group, bumped down a spot by one of the pacers, I believe, Jerry Hernandez.

I didn’t get a chance to talk with him, but I did recognize – in the data file – and then so again on the course Wes Heinlein, who was one of my two TIR teams in 2009 that was a friend of Edwin Quarles when he lived down in Angleton.

From the marathon, it was good to see Pearland’s Donna Palmer, who finished in 4:33:46 good for second in her age group.

She’ll be pacing at The Woodlands Marathon and then running the Trail Challenge at the 14th annual Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon a couple of weeks later.

Most recognizable to me was Houston’s Stacy Holden, the author of People of Memorial Park, who ran a 3:43:20 that was a Boston qualifying time.

Bay Area Running Club’s Al West got one of the other 11 BQ times on the day with a 3:17:24 time.

And, of course, Bennie Jose Perez.

He only missed his PR from the USA Fit Marathon by less than five minutes, but a stellar showing of 4:06:26 in a quad wheelchair and not in the most favorable of conditions.

If you stumble on this blog post and I missed a shout out, I’ll catch up on the next event report.

As I’ve pared back a little back in the last two years, there’s a period of time at nearly every race where I go, “I don’t want to do this anymore.”  That happened on Sunday morning.

The biggest part of it was that I might have to announce in the rain, which I just really don’t care to do.

If I were out there trying to drum up business and announce every weekend like some of my colleagues do, I’d invest in a tent.

But I don’t know how much longer I’m going to do it so why invest that money?

And two other things that I think many don't realize:  1.) the prep time to sound really good and 2.) the physical wear and tear from being on your feet continuously for eight hours (for a marathon).

And I pretty much refuse to sit and announce from a chair.  It's work, right?  :-)

I appreciate the race directors who take what I do seriously and take care of me.  They – and the racers who make it all possible – are the ones that keep me doing it.  Just not as much!

Monday, February 13, 2017

Rhythm and Blues Half Marathon Finishers Numbers (2012-2017)


Half Marathon
2012 - 954 (586 women / 358 men)
2013 - 1,066 (634 women / 432 men)
2014 - 1,622 (967 women / 655 men)
2015 - 1,506 (882 women / 624 men)
2016 - 913 (530 women / 383 men)
2017 - 650 (360 women / 290 men)

Quarter Marathon
2015 - 1,116 (800 women / 316 men)
2016 - 1,034 (739 women / 295 men)
2017 - 725 (511 women / 214 men)

5K
2012 - 865 (608 women / 257 men)
2013 - 1,174 (794 women / 380 men)
2014 - 925 (593 women / 332 men)
2015 - 595 (371 women / 224 men)
2016 - 790 (539 women / 251 men)
2017 - 844 (524 women / 320 men)

Total
2012 - 1,818 (1,194 women / 625 men)
2013 - 2,240 (1,428 women / 812 men)
2014 - 2,547 (1,560 women / 987 men)
2015 - 3,217 (2,133 women / 1,164 men)
2016 - 2,737 (1,808 women / 929 men)
2017 - 2,219 (1,395 women / 824 men)

Sources:  eztoregister.com (2012-2013), nolimitstiming.com (2014-2015) and runhoustontiming.net (2016-2017)

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Galveston Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K All-Time Top 20 Times (2011-2016)


Marathon - Men
2:46:51 - Ryan Martine, 34, 2012
2:52:16 - Aaron Gray, 28, 2016
2:52:44 - Kerry Lee, 40, 2015 (Masters)
2:54:55 - Clayton Marshall, 23, 2016
2:55:15 - Olli Haavikko, 39, 2014
2:55:58 - Brad Jones, 35, 2013
2:56:32 - Kerry Lee, 41, 2016
2:56:36 - Christopher Jackson, 40, 2011
2:57:28 - Adam Lazrus, 26, 2016
3:00:26 - German Garcia, 37, 2016
3:01:56 - Daniel Bucci, 32, 2015
3:02:09 - Aaron Knape, 33, 2013
3:02:09 - Alex Schmidt, 23, 2016
3:03:55 - Drew George, 49, 2014
3:05:39 - Caleb Class, 29, 2016
3:06:44 - Corey Yon, 37, 2015
3:06:50 - Tim Olson, 43, 2012
3:06:57 - Andres Sanchez, 36, 2016
3:07:15 - Al West, 42, 2014
3:07:40 - Jason Barnes, 39, 2011

Marathon - Women
3:02:05 - Laura Blaylock, 27, 2015
3:03:43 - Virginia Jones, 32, 2013
3:09:00 - Jessica Scheider, 28, 2013
3:19:16 - Jill Peters, 46, 2012 (Masters)
3:20:35 - Henrita Van Wyngaarden, 46, 2016
3:24:13 - Amy Clark, 38, 2015
3:24:43 - Amy Ostrowski, 25, 2014
3:25:15 - Sara Metcalf, 38, 2016
3:26:19 - Henrita Van Wyngaarden, 45, 2015
3:27:25 - Lindsay Ludlow, 28, 2014
3:28:54 - Angela Stevens, 31, 2014
3:29:08 - Nicole Schopp, 34, 2016
3:30:40 - Suzy Seeley, 53, 2013
3:30:59 - Suzy Seeley, 52, 2012
3:32:36 - Kristen Kilpatrick, 30, 2016
3:32:39 - Katy Stibrich, 34, 2013
3:33:06 - Suzy Seeley, 54, 2014
3:33:15 - Lauren Krone, 24, 2014
3:33:25 - Ashley Olson, 32, 2012
3:34:04 - Hannah Meddaugh, 36, 2016

Half Marathon - Men
1:09:59 - Paul Riley, 29, Madison, WI, 2011
1:17:48 - Bruce Faltynski, 28, South Bend, IN, 2011
1:20:22 - Bradley Pigage, 26, League City, 2011
1:20:33 - Juan Alvarez, 17, Spring, 2015
1:21:12 - Warren Grunwald, 21, Elk Grove, CA, 2012
1:21:22 - Kerry Lee, 38, League City, 2013
1:21:40 - Peter Mullin, 63, Houston, 2014 (Masters)
1:22:04 - Trace Greer, 16, Melissa, 2014
1:22:09 - Michael Barney, 25, Houston, 2012
1:22:44 - Mark Clee, 28, Galveston, 2013
1:23:12 - Nelson Chavez, 43, Quito, PI, 2014
1:23:21 - Tyler Grinstead, 24, Houston, 2016
1:23:25 - Paul Hand, 30, Houston, 2015
1:23:51 - Daniel Glass, 26, Lakewood, CO, 2014
1:23:52 - Daniel Glass, 25, Lakewood, CO, 2013
1:24:09 - David Yemaneab, 29, San Antonio, 2014
1:24:34 - Steve Maliszewski, 41, Sugar Land, 2014
1:24:53 - Luis Vielma, 18, Eagle Pass, 2015
1:25:00 - Deon Belle, 35, Webster, 2016
1:25:07 - Ian Hunter, 25, Miami, FL, 2015

Half Marathon - Women
1:28:16 - Tina Connelly, 45, Port Coquitlam, BC, 2016
1:29:01 - Cheryl Bridgens, 25, Sugar Land, 2013
1:29:37 - Patricia Acopa, 32, Richmond, 2011
1:30:03 - Grace Howley, 17, Kingwood, 2013
1:30:22 - Kaytlynn Welsch, 13, Alvin, 2014
1:32:21 - Suzanne Borrett, 31, Houston, 2011
1:32:45 - Melissa Condrey, 32, Houston, 2012
1:33:04 - Caitlyn Close, 14, Pearland, 2015
1:34:02 - Alexis Llewellyn, 38, Katy, 2013
1:34:04 - Cynthia Mendez-Karr, 41, Mcallen, 2013
1:34:46 - Lindy Graves, 33, Houston, 2014
1:35:13 - Haley Peddy, 24, Atascocita, 2016
1:35:15 - Courtney Grube, 28, Montgomery, 2011
1:35:21 - Samantha Conn, 27, Galveston, 2013
1:35:23 - Laura Harlett, 29, Galveston, 2014
1:35:39 - Laura Harlett, 27, Grapevine, 2012
1:35:56 - Audrey Cherel, 27, Houston, 2013
1:36:15 - Nancy Randall, 43, Houston, 2011
1:37:14 - Morgan Michals, 16, Houston, 2015
1:37:34 - Angela Martinez, 39, Houston, 2012

5K - Men
0:16:31 - Evan Dehart, 29, Galveston, 2015
0:17:28 - Jacob Strueby, 18, Galveston, 2015
0:18:39 - Nicholas Sechfort, 23, Houston, 2015
0:18:51 - Korey Hartman, 26, Richardson, 2014
0:18:56 - Randy Garabedian, 40, League City, 2016
0:19:00 - Kelly Carmichael Jr, 14, Galveston, 2016
0:19:29 - Connor Colorado, 16, League City, 2014
0:19:51 - Corbin Fontana, 15, Spring, 2014
0:20:14 - Ricardo Gomez Jr, 18, Galveston, 2014
0:20:16 - Kelly Carmichael Jr, 12, Galveston, 2014
0:20:19 - Sam Stewart, 15, Galveston, 2015
0:20:48 - Ricky Gomez, 20, 2016
0:20:54 - Ronnie Reeves, 42, League City, 2014
0:21:06 - Chase Achille, 26, Alivn, 2015
0:21:11 - James Reil, 24, League City, 2015
0:21:16 - Jonathan Patterson, 25, Santa Fe, 2014
0:21:20 - James Yarzy, 39, Seabrook, 2015
0:21:22 - Adam Eiler, 44, Houston, 2015
0:21:32 - Michael Omstead, 10, San Antonio, 2014
0:22:02 - Terry Green, 37, Orange, 2014

5K - Women
0:21:34 - Natalie Napolillo, 18, Rockford, MI, 2015
0:22:01 - Christina Segura, 33, Bridge City, 2016
0:22:34 - Melaine Gray, 27, Galveston, 2016
0:22:34 - Kim Knapp, 43, Clute, 2015
0:22:56 - Maria Jaimes, 40, Galveston, 2015
0:22:56 - Maria Carmichael, 41, Galveston, 2016
0:23:06 - Justine Lamperty, 27, Houston, 2016
0:23:11 - Mai Goss, 27, Galveston, 2016
0:23:17 - Meredith Caswell, 14, Columbus, OH, 2014
0:23:24 - Jenny Gruber, 39, League City, 2016
0:23:32 - Maria Munoz, 28, Houston, 2016
0:23:36 - Cameron Graves, 14, Houston, 2014
0:23:50 - Jennifer Smiley, 40, Missouri City, 2016
0:24:00 - Mazzie Hinsdale, 11, Missouri City, 2016
0:24:12 - Marai Jaimes, 39, Galveston, 2014
0:24:24 - Korbin Terpening, 15, Taylor Lake Village, 2016
0:24:27 - Kristin Majewski, 40, League City, 2015
0:24:32 - Shelby Connelly, 13, Port Coquitlam, BC, 2016
0:24:44 - Ruth Dominguez, 12, Goodrich, 2014
0:24:48 - Kelly Bryant, 29, La Porte, 2014

Source:  ezregister.com

Galveston Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K Finishers Numbers (2011-2016)


Marathon
2011 - 149 (53 women / 96 men)
2012 - 160 (67 women / 93 men)
2013 - 158 (69 women / 89 men)
2014 - 198 (74 women / 124 men)
2015 - 131 (57 women / 74 men)
2016 - 146 (56 women / 90 men)

Half Marathon
2011 - 829 (512 women / 317 men)
2012 - 1,016 (601 women / 415 men)
2013 - 802 (477 women / 325 men)
2014 - 810 (437 women / 373 men)
2015 - 602 (311 women / 291 men)
2016 - 556 (283 women / 273 men)

5K
2014 - 226 (146 women / 80 men)
2015 - 125 (75 women / 50 men)
2016 - 200 (137 women / 63 men)

All Races
2011 - 978 (565 women / 413 men)
2012 - 1,176 (668 women / 508 men)
2013 - 960 (546 women / 414 men)
2014 - 1,234 (657 women / 577 men)
2015 - 858 (443 women / 415 men)
2016 - 902 (476 women / 426 men)

Source:  eztoregister.com

35th annual All-American City 10K Finishers and Winners (2008-2017)


Finishers
2017 - 2,466 (1,108 women / 1,358 men)
2016 - 2,288 (1,038 women / 1,249 men)*
2015 - 1,429 (672 women / 757 men)
2014 - 1,744 (849 women / 895 men)
2013 - 1,865 (883 women / 982 men)
2012 - 1,752 (784 women / 968 men)
2011 - 1,276 (508 women / 768 men)
2010 - 1,610 (664 women / 946 men)
2009 - 1,449 (592 women / 857 men)
2008 - 1,156 (478 women / 678 men)

Top Overall Male
2017 - 28:48.4, Julius Keter
2016 - 29:15.6, Julaius Koskei
2015 - 28:03.6, Julius Jogo
2014 - 29:01.9, Leonard Korir, Colorado Springs, CO)
2013 - 28:22.0, Alene Reta
2012 - 29:51.4, Issack Kimaijo
2011 - 28:48.6, Isaack Kimaiyo
2010 - 28:57.3, Macdonard Ondara
2009 - 29:11.6, Eric Chirchir
2008 - 29:18.0, Ridouane Harruifi

Top Overall Female
2017 - 32:15.7, Gladys Yator
2016 - 32:03.8, Buze Dirba
2015 - 33:03.6, Risper Gesabwa
2014 - 33:46.0, Sheularse Alene Amare
2013 - 33:20.0, Belainesh Gebre
2012 - 34:02.9, Genoveva Jelagin Kigen
2011 - 32:30.5, Amare Shewarge Alene
2010 - 33:37.3, Shewarge Alene
2009 - 33:37.9, Belainesh Gebre
2008 - 32:59.2, Genovena Gieen

Top Overall American Male
2017 - 29:08.6, Kiya Dandena, Houston
2016 - 31:37.1, John Valentine
2015 - 30:06.1, Fernando Cabada, Fresno, CA
2014 - 29:47.3, Fernando Cabada, Boulder, CO
2013 - No division
2012 - 29:55.6, Jeffery Eggleston
2011 - 28:50.1, Fasil Bizuneh

Top Overall American Female
2017 - 34:43.5, Tricia Terry, Fort Worth (Smith - 3rd)
2016 - 34:10.2, Lauren Smith, College Station
2015 - 34:50.2, Dawn Grunnagle, Dallas (Smith - 3rd)
2014 - 36:24.4, Dawn Grunnagle, Dallas (Smith - 2nd)
2013 - No division
2012 - 35:59.5, Melissa Todd (Herron - 2nd)
2011 - 36:03.7, Camille Herron
2010 - 35:11.4, Zoilz Gomez

Top Edinburg Male
2017 - 35:45.4, Emmanuel Lopez
2016 - 34:39.1, Joshua Perez
2015 - 34:45.4, Luis Reyes
2014 - 33:28.6, Luis Serrano
2013 - 32:26.2, Hector Gandara
2012 - 33:55.3, Omar Doria
2011 - 33:07.2, Hector Gandara
2010 - 32:03.0, Hector Gandara
2009 - 36:24.0, Andrew De La Garza
2008 - 36:24.1, Andrew De La Garza

Top Edinburg Female
2017 - 36:16.0, Robin Galloso
2016 - 37:48.8, Robin Galloso
2015 - 45:14.1, Benoni Aranda
2014 - 39:39.7, Robin Galloso
2013 - 39:32.7, Krystl Zuniga
2012 - 42:58.8, Jena Cuellar
2011 - 42:06.6, Karla Hernandez
2010 - 43:04.9, Hilda Galloso
2009 - 43:55.5, Karla Hernandez
2008 - 47:54.7, Heather Galloso

Top Valley Male
2011 - 33:47.1, Armando Fierro, Port Isabel
2009 - 35:06.2, Benjamin Hanson
2008 - 31:51.7, Hector Gandara, Edinburg

Top Valley Female
2011 - 41:11.5, Dora Cavazos, Weslaco
2009 - 46:19.1, Veronica Gulligan
2008 - 46:22.4, Veronica Gulligan, McAllen

Top Overall Male Master
2017 - 34:20.8, Ramiro Leos-Cobos
2016 - 33:30.0, Ramiro Leos-Cobos
2015 - 33:52.9, Ramiro Leos-Cobos, Mexico
2014 - 31:19.4, Sammy Kiplagat Cheptoo, Georgetown
2013 - 33:26.5, Ramiro Leos Cobos
2012 - 35:21.7, Oscar Del Real
2011 - 34:38.1, Oscar Del Real Felix,
2010 - 35:06.9, Oscar Del Real Felix, Reynosa, Mexico
2009 - 31:33.2, Jackson Kipngok
2008 - 31:39.4, Jackson Kipngdk, Zapata

Top Overall Female Master
2017 - 41:30.8, Cathy Wilson, McAllen
2016 - 39:51.3, Liza Hunter-Galvan, San Antono
2015 - 44:51.2, Catherine Cavazos, McAllen
2014 - 37:41.8, Liza Hunter-Galvan, San Antonio
2013 - 37:35,2, Liza Hunter-Galvan, San Antonio
2012 - 46:43.5, Catherine Cavazos,
2011 - 43:12.6, Roberta Varela-Hein
2010 - 41:40.7, Roberta Varela-Hein, Universal City
2009 - 41:34.0, Roberta Varela-Hein
2008 - 43:17.1, Nancy Velasquez

Top Overall Male Senior Master
2017 - 35:55.7, Anastacio Barbosa, Mexico
2016 - 36:15.8, Anasmcio Barbosa
2015 - 36:33.6, Anastacio Becerra, Tamaulipas, Mexico
2014 - 39:40.7, Michael Fussell, Dallas
2013 - 38:21,3, Michael Fussell,
2012 - 40:20.9, Benito Chacon, Rio Bravo, TP
2011 - 38:49.7, John McAllister
2010 - 40:18.3, Pablo Rivera-Reyes
2009 - 39:34.1, John McAllister
2008 - 40:16.2, Benito Chacon, Rio Bravo

Top Overall Female Senior Master
2017 - 49:04.4, Irma Guerra, McAllen
2016 - 50:26.1, Irma Guerra, McAllen
2015 - 45:10.2, Enid Schantz-Hagelberg, Pharr
2014 - 44:50.0, Enid Schantz-Hagelberg, Pharr
2013 - 52:45.8, Susan Cox, Weslaco
2012 - 49;35.7, Brenda Willcox, London, Ontario
2011 - 49:30.1, Julie McAllister
2010 - 50:09.9, Francisca Benitez
2009 - 46:06.9, Margo Braud
2008 - 48:43.2, Fraustro Moreno Magua, Guadalupe, Mexico

Top Overall Male Grandmaster
2017 - 43:53.4, Michael Vordenbaum, Fentress
2016 - 45:27.2, Rafael Martinez, Alamo
2015 - 44:44.7, Rafael Martinez, Alamo
2014 - 46:18.3, Tom Roerig,
2013 - 46:15.9, Jim Cookie, Harlingen
2012 - 44:23.8, Steve Walker, London, Ontario
2011 - 44:31.5, Dioyenez Sanchez Rivera, Penitas
2010 - 43:16.8, Diogenes Sanchez
2009 - 42:50.2, Verulo Puente
2008 - 45:02.1, Diogenes Sanchez, Penitas

Top Overall Female Grandmaster
2017 - 44:48.4, Enid Schantz-Hagelberg, Pharr
2016 - 43:58.4, Enid Schantz-Hagelberg, Pharr
2015 - 1:04:57.4, Laura Tovalin Castillo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
2014 - 1:08:32.1, Tovalin Castle
2013 - 1:06:47.7, Kay Duplichan, Rockport
2012 - 1:05:34.6, Kay Duplichan, Rockport
2011 - 49:45.1, Maricela Flores, Weslaco
2010 - 58:10.1, Linda Frysinger, Alamo
2009 - 55:54.5, Linda Frysinger
2008 - 55:52.6, Linda Frysinger, Pharr

Source:  iaapweb.com (2008-2017)

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Piney Woods TrailFest Finishers Numbers (2010-2017)


50K
2017 (February 4) - 17 (5 women / 12 men)
2016 (January 30) - 17 (7 women / 10 men)
2015 (February 7) - 25 (5 women / 20 men)
2014 (February 8) - 23 (7 women / 16 men)
2013 (February 9) - 19 (5 women / 14 men)

20-Miler
2017 (February 4) - 44 (26 women / 18 men)
2016 (January 30) - 32 (12 women / 20 men)
2015 (February 7) - 63 (23 women / 40 men)
2014 (February 8) - 49 (23 women / 26 men)**
2013 (February 9) - 24 (12 women / 12 men)

10-Miler
2017 (February 4) - 132 (62 women / 70 men)
2016 (January 30) - 97 (49 women / 48 men)
2015 (February 7) - 109 (53 women / 56 men)
2014 (February 8) - 66 (25 women / 41 men)
2013 (February 9) - 94 (48 women / 46 men)
2012 (January 28) - 93 (42 women / 51 men)
2011 (February 12) - 99 (36 women / 63 men)*
2010 (January 30) - 153 (78 women / 75 men)

20 > 10
2014 (February 8) - 6 (4 women / 2 men)

5K
2017 (February 4) - 62 (41 women / 21 men)
2016 (January 30) - 45 (22 women / 23 men)
2015 (February 7) - 53 (26 women / 27 men)
2014 (February 8) - 36 (19 women / 17 men)
2013 (February 9) - 63 (33 women / 30 men)
2012 (January 28) - 47 (24 women / 23 men)
2011 (February 12) - 73 (39 women / 34 men)*
2010 (January 30) - 53 (30 women / 23 men)

Kids 1-Mile
2017 (February 4) - 19 (13 women / 6 men)
2016 (January 30) - 4 (1 female / 3 men)
2015 (February 7) - 5 (4 women / 1 male)

*includes 3 4K and 1 12-miler
** includes 4 21-miler

Sources:  runintexas.com, iaapweb.com

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Cleft Smiles 5K All-Time Finishers and Winners (2015-2017)


2017 (February 4) - 350 finishers (215 women / 135 men)
2016 (February 27) - 298 finishers (190 women / 108 men)
2015 (March 7) - 304 finishers (173 women / 131 men)

Overall - Male
2017 - 18:43.4, Andrew Venegas, 17
2016 - 20:14.1, Justin Dove
2015 - 18:40.0, Andrew Venegas, 15 (Dan Byrne runner-up)

Overall - Female
2017 - 19:46.5, Brianna Gallaher, 15
2016 - 22:46.2, Penny Rettenmaier
2015 - 22:31.0, Penny Rettenmaier, 48

Source:  runhoustontiming.net

Monday, February 6, 2017

2017 Race Announcing Update


Sunday, I'll be race announcing the Galveston Marathon and its three companion races for the sixth time in the race's seven-year renewal.

It will be the first of three marathons that I'll announce over the next six weekends - and the fourth marathon of 2017.

The other two are the Gusher Marathon in Beaumont and the Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon.

The Gusher comes on Saturday, March 4, and now includes a three-distance cycling time trial race and a strength fitness competition called Roughneck.

Seabrook, meanwhile, has evolved into a three-day running festival that begins on Friday, March 17 with the marathon now on Saturday, March 18 and wrapping up with a half on Sunday, March 19.

It is a privilege to be able to do each one of these races, as well as Steve and Paula Boone's Texas Marathon (which is always held on January 1 in Kingwood).

2015 was probably the height of my race announcing and if so, that's perfectly OK.

Those closest to me hear me say often that "I have no ego".  Seriously.

While I'm confident in what I do, and feel like I hold my own with the best in the business, I announce so I can help promote the races that I work with and affirm and recognize the runners that put down their discretionary income to run them.

The last year or so has certainly been interesting.

Robby Sabban's races - or Running Alliance Sport - and the Nike South and Nike Cross Regional meets for The Woodlands High School go on my calendar first.

(A close second is the two cross country meets I announce for Sam Houston State University - the UIL Region III Preview meet in September and the UIL Region III meet in late October.)

In fact, RAS is assuming the race management of a race which will be on the same date this year of a race that I announced for the first time last year.

So I'll announce Yuri's Night 10K and 5K in Nassau Bay on Saturday, April 8 and I sent the e-mail today to the race contact that brought me to the table last year.

They hadn't reconnected yet, but I didn't want to wait until later in the process when I knew that I wasn't going to be there.

A year ago, I walked away from a race series that I was with from its inception in November 2012.

I, at first, had a potential work conflict that may have caused some work-related travel issues if the company that I'm employed by sent me to a NYC-based customer, but there were also some fulfillment issues from the event production company's standpoint.

I was also brought to the table of an out-of-state race for the first time last year for a race that is always held on Super Bowl Saturday.

I ran the race in 2015 and when it was getting eerily close to start the race and there was nobody queued up, I jumped in to make a few announcements for the race director.

The timer made an introduction late that winter and in 2016, I announced the race.

My rate card was shared in all communications.  I agreed to discount my half marathon rate since it was the first time that I was doing their race.

I even talked to the race director before I left the race site that I would submit my invoice that evening to them so they could tally their number up to make a sizable donation to a significant charity.

After not getting paid in a little more than 30 days, I reached out electronically again to the race director with no response.

Oddly enough, within the last few weeks, the race e-mailed me to see if I would be available to announce for them.

I simply responded that I would not be available.  It was kind of sad.  I loved running the race and I enjoyed the atmosphere and the people.

If I had been paid, I would have blocked the race on my calendar until about 30 or 45 days before the race, depending on the race and my relationship with the race director.

I had even e-mailed the timer to make them aware and I got no response from that individual.

Finally, there was another race - a half marathon with a 5K - that I ran the very first edition of in the fall of 2013 and then announced the second and third editions in January of 2015 and 2016.

Two days after Christmas, about 30 days before race day, I e-mailed the individuals - friends, actually - to ask them for an update and I received no communications from them and have yet to hear from them.

Just stunning.

If I'm not good any more, tell me.  I can live with that.

If I'm expensive, which I've actually been told I'm actually pretty cheap comparatively speaking, then tell me that too.

But don't go without communicating anything.

They had also arranged for me to get some microphone time at one of our state's biggest marathons last year - for which I was incredibly grateful and honored - and had intimated back in October that there might have been some more opportunity for this year, but again:  Nothing.  Which is fine.

I've also said to many that I have no designs on dominating the race announcing world.

So I appreciate Richard and Amie James, the race directors with the Gusher Marathon, getting with me immediately after last year's race (think it might have been on-site before the 2016 race was over) and saying, "Hey, likely, we're going to be on the same date as another marathon that you've been involved in 2017."

I told them then that I would be there.

The race director at the marathon that I had been involved with (since its re-entry to the market place) sent me a text asking if I wanted to announce that race this year.

We had talked in the past about me doing it, but that I needed to find a partner (which I had started to investigate).

However, while Rich and Amie would have understood, my word was most important (even though I have failed a time or two elsewhere in my life in that area).

Even here within the last couple of weeks, a respected runner that's known internationally asked where I was going to be on Saturday, March 4 - and they're headed to Beaumont as well.

But they commended me on keeping my word to Beaumont.

So for Beaumont, it will be my sixth year to announce their race.

The Gusher's first year was 2010.  I ran the half marathon in 2011.  And then I approached the couple before 2012 and have been helping them ever since.

Seabrook will be the ninth straight year that I have been on the microphone for a race that is the eighth oldest marathon in Texas, a title it shares with Dallas' Big-D Marathon and the Waco Miracle Match Marathon.

I'm grateful for each race I get to announce and I even more appreciate now Ken Johnson and the Seven Hills Running Club for giving me that first chance in 2007 -- even though I had done a lot of basketball public address announcing when I covered private and parochial high school athletitcs in Texas.

I also appreciate Andy Stewart with Finish Line Sports, The Woodlands Township, Bill Gardner with Run In Texas, the crew at Sylvan Beach Triathlon and Duathlon and Graham Schooley with RA Sports Management for continuing to engage my services.

If there's a race out there that you think that I can help with what I do, which I often say is more than just announcing, a referral always goes a long way -- and thank you in advance for doing so.

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Rocky Raccoon 100 Sub-15 Hours All-Time (1993-2017)


12:44:33 - Ian Sharman, 30, 2011
13:16:02 - Eric Clifton, 37, 1996
13:16:56 - Jorge Pacheco, 38, 2006
13:17:42 - Matthew Laye, 32, 2014
13:18:52 - Anton Krupicka, 27, 2011

13:24:52 - Hal Koerner, 36, 2012
13:26:19 - Hal Koerner, 35, 2011
13:32:20 - Anton Krupicka, 23, 2007
13:32:44 - Ian Sharman, 34, 2015
13:38:03 - Ian Sharman, 33, 2014

13:39:13 - James Stewart, 40, 2017
13:42:57 - Ben Hian, 27, 1997
13:44:28 - Ronnie Delzer, 35, 2017
13:45:03 - Ian Sharman, 35, 2016
13:57:17 - Jared Hazen, 18, 2014

13:57:30 - Marco Bonfiglio, 37, 2015
14:04:18 - Matthew Urbanski, 36, 2017
14:05:17 - Paul Terranova, 41, 2015
14:11:40 - Sam Skeels, 36, 2015
14:12:20 - Jorge Pacheco, 40, 2008

14:14:12 - Jorge Pacheco, 37, 2005
14:15:53 - Ronnie Delzer, 33, 2015
14:17:42 - Karl Meltzer, 45, 2012
14:19:28 - Ben Hian, 26, 1996
14:22:18 - Nicole Studer, 32, 2015

14:24:05 - Paul Terranova, 42, 2016
14:27:20 - Karl Meltzer, 44, 2011
14:28:09 - Mike Morton, 41, 2013
14:30:58 - Oswaldo Lopez, 40, 2012
14:35:27 - Jim Garcia, 41, 2000

14:37.50 - Serge Arbona, 37, 2003
14:41:41 - Scott Eppelman, 35, 2002
14:41:44 - Mario Mendoza, 30, 2017
14:42:18 - Henrik Westerlin, 39, 2015
14:47:44 - Joe Hildebrand, 42, 1999

14:48:45 - Dan Aycock, 41, 1993
14:50:17 - James Elson, 32, 2015
14:51:05 - Blake Wood, 43, 2002
14:51:54 - Akos Konya, 32, 2007
14:55:15 - Nathan Leehman, 41, 2015

14:55:50 - Sabrina Little, 29, 2016
14:56:18 - Ben Hian, 28, 1998
14:56:55 - Andy Jones-Wilkins, 38, 2006
14:57:18 - Jenn Shelton, 23, 2007
14:58:32 - Greg Crowther, 36, 2010
14:58:37 - Brooks Williams, 29, 2012

Sources:  tejastrails.com 1993-2016), eventdatasolutions.com (2017 results)

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Dawson Winter Dash All-Time Finishers Numbers and Winners (2011-2017)


Finishers2017 (January 28) - 118 (62 women / 56 men)
2016 (January 30) - 229 (137 women / 92 men)
2015 (January 31) - 212 (129 women / 83 men)
2014 (January 25) - 134 (69 women / 65 men)
2013 (January 26) - 166 (104 women / 62 men)
2012 (January 28) - 160 (89 women / 71 men)
2011 (January 22) - 68 (28 women / 40 men)

Men
2017 - 18:15.2, Kyle Stacks
2016 - 15:40.8, Michael Gillis, Pearland
2015 - 15:22.5, Maximo Mendoza, 25
2014 - 18:13.4, Jacob Hook
2013 - 20:49.1, Raymond Cruz, 53
2012 - 15:33.4, Chris Layman, 27
2011 - 20:42, Anthony Franklin

Women
2017 - 23:52.5, Maria Carmichael
2016 - 19:55.5, Jennifer Lewis
2015 - 20:46.0, Lauren Valentino, 36, Houston
2014 - 21:36.0, Anna Dixon
2013 - 18:28.5, Kassie Harris, 26
2012 - 22:53.6, Amelia Biczynski, 11
2011 - 24:37, Kamalah Chang

Sources: runhoustontiming.net (2011-2017; 2012 via active.com)