Join the 50 Plus Club

by James Moreland

Updated last on Febraury 4, 2016 at 4:00 P.M.

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Join the 50 PLUS CLUB Revised Rules and Definitions of Qualified races

We continue to grow with 136 members. After last year’s record setting 369 races, Bill Stahr eased backed to 208 races, relinquishing the title back to Ted Poulos with 229 races. Though not all the data is in our active members average just over 44 races per runner, 35 had 50 races and 12 had 100 races. We had total of races with 3,853 and 17,694 miles. Out total since inception in 1997 are 66,426 races.

As the New Year is upon us Michael Cannon has stepped up and offered his home as the site for our annual awards party. The date will be Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.

The dinner will be $12.00 for all you can eat and drink plus awards and prizes. We will be bringing in pizza, beer and sodas. We encourage everyone to bring along snacks or desserts or beer if anyone is selective. Along those lines when you reply to tell us you are coming please note any preference for pizza and beer and we will try to match them up.

Michael Cannon’s address is: 8232 Silverline Drive, Fairfax Station, VA 22039. Map

The club is not planning to have a race in 2016.

Please respond as soon as possible by e-mail or phone. (runjames3@aol.com - 240-476-5913) Questions and comments are welcome.

Please help us keep up to date by sending your race results as soon as you race.

Welcome new member(s): David Donahue (63) of Chevy Chase, MD (Conneaut Lake, PA and Myrtle Beach, SC as well) is our 135th member.
Duane Christy (52) of Havre de Grace, MD is our 136th member.

Highest Miles Raced

February Birthdays:

Paul Vece 2/01 35, Ray Lake 2/08 (56), Kirk Gordon 2/13 (60), Mark Voicheck 2/14 (58),
Christina Caravoulias, 2/15 (61), Michael Cannon, 2/21 (58),Charles Raper Jr 2/20 (73),
Sandra Waldee-Warden 2/21 (48), Robert Gurtler 2/21 (81), Enos Benbow 2/21 (33), Cindy Cohen 2/25 (48)

In 2015, our club ran a new record 429 mile races.

Amanda An became the first member to WIN the entire race in all nine categories in one year.
Jay Wind in 2014 - Jon Williams in 2013 - Amanda An in 2012 - Karsten Brown, Patrick Griffith - twice, Walt Washburn, Denise Knickman, thrice, and Ronnie Wong 4 times


Club PRs - Open and age group with American and World Records
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Club Race Walk PRs - Open and age group
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Age Group Aces 2016 Have you been winning your age group?

For all years 1998-2014 combined

January
Age Group Winner(s) by Category
with 5 are:
Karsten Brown 5K, 5M, 10K, 10M & HM



Top ten Listing for Races and Race Categories


is the first runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award.
is the first runner [with (50) 1Ms and (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Double Award.
is the first runner [with (50) 1Ms, (50) 3Ks, and (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Triple Award.
is the first runner to top (50) wins to earn the Poulos Award..
is the first runner to top (50) races.
is the first runner to top (100) races.
is the first runner to top (150) races.
is the first runner to top (200) races.
is the first runner to top (300) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (400) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (500) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (500) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (500) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (600) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (700) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (800) Miles raced.
is the first runner to top (900) Miles raced.

Our average age of our active runners is 52.84 years.

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What we did in the year 2015

Year	Total	Average	100 +	50 +	
	races	races	races	races   	
EST.	2513	28.89	6	17
2016	241	2.71	0	0
2015	3989	45.85	12	37
2014	4536	53.99	13	39
2013	4564	54.99	14	43
2012	4176	53.54	11	39
2011	3798	52.67	9	44
2010	4003	56.94	11	39
2009	3952	56.46	13	38
2008	3885	53.22	15	37
2007	3610	53.03	13	31
2006	2980	47.30	9	28
2005	2957	51.88	7	28
2004	3321	58.91	10	29
2003	3326	59.93	9	30
2002	3197	62.69	10	29
2001	3070	62.65	9	30
2000	2850	73.08	11	26
1999	2007	55.75	4	23
1998	1696	53.00	2	20
1997	781	55.79	1	7

Race 1M 3K 5K 5M 10K 10M HM Mar OTHER Total EST. 240 188 959 323 209 250 240 42 63 2513 2016 23 18 92 31 20 24 23 4 6 241 2015 430 349 1772 284 454 166 156 79 299 3989 % v 15 0.56 0.54 0.54 1.14 0.46 1.51 1.54 0.53 0.21 0.63 Average 0.29 0.23 1.16 0.39 0.25 0.30 0.29 0.05 0.08 2.87 Record 430 425 2196 388 545 233 211 119 379 4563

Check out the improved awards area. Awards and Achievements

ALPHA LIST OF RUNNERS
EXTRAPOLATED AMOUNT OF RACES
Highest miles Raced
Miles Raced in 2016
Records
YEARLY AVERAGE RACE PACE
2016 Maryland State RRCA Championship Schedule

LAST DATE TOTALS WERE REPORTED
1500M/1MILE LEADER
3000M/2MILE LEADER
5000M LEADER
8000M/5MILE LEADER
10000M LEADER

2016 RACE TOTALS REPORTED
15000M/10MILE LEADER
20000M/HALF MARATHON LEADER
MARATHON LEADER
ALL OTHER DISTANCES LEADER

Records

2016 Leaders

# = new record set this year Fame is fleetin so... NAME DISTANCE TIMES ===================== ================= ===== Ted Poulos 1500M/1 Mile 3 Bill Stahr 1500M/1 Mile 3 Dixon Hemphill 1500M/1 Mile 2 Terry McLaughlin 1500M/1 Mile 2 Jay Wind 1500M/1 Mile 2 Kirk Gordon 1500M/1 Mile 2 Ted Poulos 3000M/2M 3 Jay Wind 3000M/2M 3 Terry McLaughlin 3000M/2M 2 Jon Palks 3 Mile/5000M 7 David Donahue 3 Mile/5000M 6 James Moreland 3 Mile/5000M 5 Jeanette Novak 3 Mile/5000M 4 John Duffy 3 Mile/5000M 4 Bill Stahr 3 Mile/5000M 4 Robert Gurtler 3 Mile/5000M 4 Duane Christy 3 Mile/5000M 4 Robert McGill 3 Mile/5000M 3 Karen Young 3 Mile/5000M 3 Kirk Gordon 3 Mile/5000M 3 Dave McSherry 3 Mile/5000M 3 Noah Wood 3 Mile/5000M 2 Dave Walser 3 Mile/5000M 2 Ken Szymanski 8K/5 Mile 4 Mike Trott 8K/5 Mile 4 Karen Young 8K/5 Mile 3 Bill Stahr 8K/5 Mile 2 Duane Christy 8K/5 Mile 2 Mardiny Ung 6 Mile/10K 2 David Jun 6 Mile/10K 2 Kirk Gordon 15K/10 Mile 2 Bob Platt 20K/HM 2 Georgette O'Cone 20K/HM 2 Ronnie Wong Marathon 1 John Winkert Marathon 1 Mike Trott OTHER 1

Record Holders and Yearly Leaders in Race Categories 1998-2014

Maryland State RRCA Home Page

Just for fun here are the extrapolated totals for the year end for those on pace to make 50 races so far. A lot can happen.

ON PACE FOR 50 OR MORE RACES Name Age Hometown 1/31 On Pace ============================== === ======================= ===== ======= Bill Stahr 55 The Plains, VA 13 153 Ted Poulos 54 McLean, VA 12 141 Kirk Gordon 59 Mitchellville, MD 11 130 Karen Young 47 Boyds, MD 9 106 James Moreland 63 Gaithersburg, MD 9 106 Duane Christy 52 Havre de Grace MD 9 106 Mike Trott 62 Joppa, MD 8 94 Ken Szymanski 57 Bel Air, MD 8 94 Jay Wind 66 Arlington, VA 8 94 Karsten Brown 41 Front Royal, VA 7 83 Jon Palks 66 Bowie, MD 7 83 John Way 50 Gaithersburg, MD 6 71 Robert Gurtler 80 The Plains, VA 6 71 David Donahue 63 Chevy Chase, MD 6 71 Dave McSherry 60 Camp Hill PA 6 71 Robert McGill 55 Budd Lake, NJ 6 71 Ronnie Wong 69 Catonsville, MD 5 59 Cindy Cohen 48 Washington DC 5 59 Jeannette Novak 71 Damascus, MD 5 59 Tami Graf 79 Lusby, MD 4 47 Mardiny Ung 49 Elizabethtown, PA 4 47 John Duffy 53 Manassas, VA 4 47 Michael Cannon 57 Fairfax Station, VA 4 47 Bob Platt 64 Arlington, VA 4 47 Elizabeth Hollis 38 Leesburg, VA 4 47 Eric Johnston 52 Ellicott City, MD 4 47 Terry McLaughlin 55 Spotsylvania, VA 4 47 Noah Wood 32 Columbia, MD 3 35 Rosanna Castillo 43 New York, NY 3 35 Dave Walser 57 Lusby, MD 3 35 Mark Voicheck 55 Aston, PA 3 35 Christina Caravoulias 60 Silver Spring, MD 3 35 Jeanne Larrison 60 Chesapeake, MD 3 35 Georgette O'Cone 68 Millsboro, DE 3 35 Lori Waldee-Warden 51 Bear, DE 3 35 Sharlene Deskins 52 Seabrook, MD 3 35 Steve Scudder 67 Virginia Beach, VA 3 35 Chris Farmer 36 Columbia, MD 2 24 David Jun 31 Columbia, MD 3 24 Steve Speirs 48 Virginia Beach VA 2 24 Dixon Hemphill 91 Fairfax Station, VA 2 24 Lisa Voicheck 47 Aston, PA 2 24 Jack Vassalotti 64 Lewes, DE 2 24 Jerri Fleetwood 60 Houston, DE 2 24 James Scarborough 57 McLean, VA 3 24 Tim Ramsey 56 Alexandria, VA 2 24 Joey Kwit 42 New York, NY 2 24 James Rohr 55 Warrenton, VA 2 24 Roy Blakeburn 59 Norfolk, VA 1 12 Sharyn Gordon 55 Mitchellville, MD 1 12 Enos Benbow 33 Georgetown, DE 1 12 Denise Knickman 47 Baltimore, MD 1 12 Leeann Waltz 53 Milton, DE 1 12 Alberto Castillo 84 New York NY 1 12 John Winkert 59 South Riding, VA 1 12 Anne Marie Pastorkovich 50 Fairfax Station, VA Mitch Radella 50 Pittsburgh, PA Peter Blank 61 Alexandria, VA Dee Nelson 72 Gaithersburg, MD John Kostenbauder 60 Berwyn, PA Jay Epstein 56 Elizabethtown, PA Sandra Waldee-Warden 47 Bear, DE Alan Tominack 41 Savage, MD Jim Noone 71 Fairfax, VA Monika Bachmann 50 Comus MD Myron Kremer 58 Winchester, VA Karen Harvey 59 Columbia, MD Liz Santos 44 Alexandria, VA Clark Jackson 59 Charlottesville, VA Amanda An 28 Ellicott City, MD Adan Castillo 15 Silver Srping Adrian Castillo 12 Falls Church VA Rafael Castiilo 12 Silver Spring MD Xavier Castillo 16 Falls Church, VA Robert Blanco 42 Ellicott City, MD Ric Francke 68 McLean VA

See 2016 race updates below the running totals.

APLHA LIST OF RUNNERS
Steve Zelenak
Karen Young
Noah Wood
Ronnie Wong
Robert Wolhar
John Winkert
Jay Wind
Darren Winchenbach
Jon Williams
John Way
Walt Washburn
Leeann Waltz
Dave Walser
Sandra Waldee-Warden
Lori Waldee-Warden
Mark Voicheck
Lisa Voicheck
Paul Vece
Jack Vassalotti
David Uy
Mardiny Ung
Jim Turner
Mike Trott
Julie Trapp
Alan Tominack
Milton Taylor
Ken Szymanski
Earl Swartzendruber
Tracy Swartz
Bill Stahr
Steve Speirs
John Smeby
Beverly Smeby
Irina Shilling
Steve Scudder
James Scarborough
Shirley Sameshima
Liz Santos
James Rohr
Chuck Raper Jr
Tim Ramsey
Mitch Radella
Joe Racine
Yves Puisieux
Ted Poulos
Bob Platt
Bill Peeling
Anne-Marie Pastorkovich
Jon Palks
Georgette O'Cone
Bill Osburn
Jeanette Novak
Jim Noone
Janet Newburgh
Dee Nelson
Jim Meyers
Wendy Morris
James Moreland
David McSherry
Terry McLaughlin
Robert McGill
Lori McGill
Vincent McDonald
Anieta McCracken
Glenn Luttrell
David Lee
Jeanne Larrison
Ray Lake
Micheale Lessard
Billy Lese
Joey Kwit
Myron Kremer
Suzanne Kozloski
Mike Kottmer
John F. Kostenbauder
Warren Kohm
Denise Knickman
Roger Kilgore
Jack Klein
David Jun
Eric Johnston
Clark Jackson
Elizabeth Hollis
Mike Hitch
Dixon Hemphill
Karen Harvey
Susan Hage
Robert Gurtler
Janice Gurganus
Patrick Griffith
Al Greuter
Tami Graf
Sharyn Gordon
Kirk Gordon
Andrea Glasgow
Frances Gipson
Chuck Gentry
Ric Francke
Jerri Fleetwood
Lee Fitzpatrick
Chris Farmer
Jay Epstein
John Duffy
David Donahue
Sharlene Deskins
Mike Daniels
Cindy Cohen
Dante Ciolfi
Duane Christy
Imants Celtnieks
Xavier Castillo
Rosanna Castillo
Milena Castillo
Alejandro Castillo
Alberto Castillo
Adan Castillo
Nick Caretti
Christina Caravoulias
Michael Cannon
Ray Campbell
Karsten Brown
David Brond
Ray Blue
Peter Blank
Roy Blakeburn
Lainey Bernstein
Enos Benbow
Monika Bachmann
James Anton
Amanda An

Here is a table for races miles run in a year

Highest miles raced

Name           Miles  Year
Billy Lese     1561  2003
Bill Stahr     1342  2014
Karsten Brown  1316  2009
Karsten Brown  1261  2007
Billy Lese     1207  2002
Karsten Brown  1064  2011
Amanda An      1061  2012
Chris Farmer   1034  2012
Karen Young    1003  2014
Karsten Brown  990   2010
Karsten Brown  990   2012
Bill Stahr     975   2015
Ted Poulos     957   2003
Karen Young    900   2013
Karsten Brown  894   2008
Karsten Brown  894   2014
Karen Young    878   2012
Karsten Brown  865   2006
Bill Stahr     851   2013
Karsten Brown  845   2013
Karen Young    845   2009
Bill Stahr     844   2009
Karen Young    833   2008
Bill Stahr     825   2007
Karen Young    824   2007
Karen Young    802   2006
Karen Young    801   2011
Karsten Brown  799   2015
Karsten Brown  780   2005
Karen Young    771   2010
Dave McSherry  758   2014
Kirk Gordon    752   2007
Ted Poulos     748   2002
Kirk Gordon    746   2006
Ted Poulos     735   2001
Robert McGill  734   2004
Cindy Cohen    723   2015
Bill Stahr     718   2011
Jon Palks      717   2010
Ronnie Wong    716   2009
John Way       710   2014
Kirk Gordon    708   2008
Bill Stahr     707   2008
Steve Speirs   702   2013
Ted Poulos     702   2014

Here is a table for races miles run

Miles Raced in 2016

Total of

11309 miles

with an average of 4.55 miles per race. On pace for

13,733 miles

with the record of

22,544 miles

set in 2013.

13 runners are in the

One a Day Club

That is more than 365 miles raced or an average of one mile a day raced. We are at day 35
Miles   Avg   Name 
61.351	4.719	Bill Stahr
57.644	5.240	Kirk Gordon
57.137	6.349	Karen Young
45.857	5.095	James Moreland
45.241	5.027	Duane Christy
44.328	14.776	Rosanna Castillo
43.814	5.477	Ken Szymanski
43.644	6.235	Karsten Brown
41.430	3.766	Ted Poulos
40.707	5.088	Mike Trott
39.328	19.664	Joey Kwit
38.539	7.708	Ronnie Wong
37.219	9.305	Bob Platt
34.216	4.277	Jay Wind
29.326	9.775	Georgette O'Cone
29.323	9.774	James Scarborough
28.644	7.161	Mardiny Ung
28.644	5.729	Robert McGill
28.109	9.370	Lori Waldee-Warden
26.219	26.219	John Winkert
26.216	8.739	Jeanne Larrison
26.109	6.527	Cindy Cohen
25.534	4.256	David McSherry
24.323	6.081	Michael Cannon
24.214	4.036	John Way
21.323	7.108	Sharlene Deskins
20.107	5.027	Eric Johnston
19.427	3.238	Robert Gurtler
19.321	6.440	Steve Scudder
18.641	3.107	David Donahue
18.641	3.107	Jon Palks
16.216	8.108	Jack Vassalotti
16.214	5.405	Christina Caravoulias
16.214	5.405	Noah Wood
16.214	4.053	Elizabeth Hollis
16.107	4.027	Tami Graf
13.427	4.476	David Jun
13.109	13.109	Leeann Waltz
13.107	6.553	Steve Speirs
12.427	3.107	John Duffy
12.427	3.107	Jeanette Novak
11.214	3.738	Mark Voicheck
10.000	10.000	Chris Farmer
8.214	2.738	Dave Walser
8.107	4.053	James Roher
6.214	3.107	Lisa Voicheck
6.214	3.107	Jerri Fleetwood
6.000	1.500	Terry McLaughlin
5.107	2.553	Tim Ramsey
5.000	5.000	Denise Knickman
5.000	5.000	Enos Benbow
3.107	3.107	Roy Blakeburn
3.107	3.107	Sandra Waldee-Warden
3.107	3.107	Jay Epstein
3.107	3.107	Sharyn Gordon
3.107	3.107	Alberto Castillo
2.000	1.000	Dixon Hemphill

LAST DATE TOTALS WERE REPORTED FOR THE 50 PLUS CLUB

Name                    Age Hometown          Report      
======================= === ================= ======== 
James Moreland           63 GAITHERSBURG MD   01/31/16 
James Scarborough        57 MCLEAN VA         01/31/16 
Robert McGill            55 BUDD LAKE NJ      01/31/16 
Karsten Brown            41 FRONT ROYAL VA    01/31/16 
Kirk Gordon              59 MITCHELVILLE MD   01/31/16 
John Way                 50 GAITHERSBURG MD   01/31/16 
David Jun                31 COLUMBIA MD       01/31/16 
Sharlene Deskins         52 SEABROOK MD       01/31/16 
Eric Johnston            52 ELLICOTT CITY MD  01/31/16 
Duane Christy            52 HAVRE DE GRACE MD 01/31/16 
Ted Poulos               54 MCLEAN VA         01/30/16 
Steve Scudder            67 VIRGINIA BEACH VA 01/30/16 
David McSherry           60 CAMP HILL PA      01/30/16 
Robert Gurtler           80 THE PLAINS VA     01/30/16 
Bill Stahr               55 THE PLAINS VA     01/30/16 
Elizabeth Hollis         38 LEESBURG VA       01/30/16 
James Rohr               55 NEW BALTIMORE VA  01/30/16 
David Donahue            63 CHEVY CHASE MD    01/30/16 
Rosanna Castillo         43 NEW YORK NY       01/24/16 
Joey Kwit                42 NEW YORK NY       01/24/16 
Alberto Castillo         82 NEW YORK NY       01/24/16 
Georgette O'Cone         68 MILLSBORO DE      01/24/16 
Jay Wind                 65 ARLINGTON VA      01/20/16 
Jon Palks                66 BOWIE MD          01/20/16 
Bob Platt                64 ARLINGTON VA      01/20/16 
Terry McLaughlin         53 SPOTSYLVANIA VA   01/20/16 
Cindy Cohen              47 WASHINGTON DC     01/20/16 
Jeanette Novak           70 DAMASCUS MD       01/19/16 
Michael Cannon           57 FAIRFAX STATIO VA 01/18/16 
John Duffy               54 MANASSAS VA       01/18/16 
Christina Caravoulias    60 SILVER SPRING MD  01/17/16 
Ronnie Wong              69 CATONSVILLE MD    01/17/16 
Jeanne Larrison          60 CHESAPEAKE BCH MD 01/17/16 
Karen Young              47 BEALLSVILLE MD    01/17/16 
Tim Ramsey               56 ALEXANDRIA VA     01/17/16 
Ken Szymanski            57 BEL AIR MD        01/17/16 
Mardiny Ung              49 ELIZABETHTOWN PA  01/17/16 
Jay Epstein              56 ELIZABTHTOWN PA   01/17/16 
Jerri Fleetwood          60 HOUSTON DE        01/17/16 
Leeann Waltz             53 MILTON DE         01/17/16 
Lori Waldee-Warden       51 BEAR DE           01/17/16 
Sandra Waldee-Warden     47 BEAR DE           01/17/16 
Jack Vassalotti          64 LEWES DE          01/17/16 
Xavier Castillo          17 FALLS CHURCH VA   01/11/16 
Dixon Hemphill           91 FAIRFAX STATIO VA 01/10/16 
John Winkert             59 SOUTH RIDING VA   01/10/16 
Noah Wood                32 PRINCEFREDERIC MD 01/10/16 
Mike Trott               62 JOPPA MD          01/10/16 
Chris Farmer             36 COLUMBIA MD       01/10/16 
Mark Voicheck            56 ASTON PA          01/10/16 
Lisa Voicheck            47 ASTON PA          01/10/16 
Denise Knickman          47 BALTIMORE MD      01/09/16 
Tami Graf                79 LUSBY MD          01/09/16 
Steve Speirs             49 VIRGINIA BEACH VA 01/09/16 
Dave Walser              57 LUSBY MD          01/09/16 
Enos Benbow              33 GEORGETOWN DE     01/02/16 
Sharyn Gordon            57 MITCHELVILLE MD   01/01/16 
Roy Blakeburn            60 NORFOLK VA        01/01/16 

2015 RACE TOTALS REPORTED AS OF JANUARY 31 FOR THE 50 PLUS CLUB Name Age Hometown St 1m 3k 5k 5m 10k 10m Hm Mar Other Total 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 ======================= === ================= === == === == === === == === ===== ===== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== ==== Bill Stahr 55 THE PLAINS VA 3 0 4 2 1 1 1 0 1 13 208 369 181 138 146 155 151 113 123 78 71 45 3 2 Ted Poulos 54 MCLEAN VA 3 3 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 12 229 233 214 212 169 142 113 114 122 186 189 227 337 238 229 204 165 119 222 Kirk Gordon 59 MITCHELVILLE MD 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 11 120 90 77 75 60 80 58 111 123 118 101 79 116 James Moreland 63 GAITHERSBURG MD 1 0 5 0 1 1 1 0 0 9 102 88 84 53 67 77 76 101 85 83 96 67 72 118 122 99 34 56 50 Karen Young 47 BEALLSVILLE MD 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 0 1 9 114 185 152 142 144 155 144 140 130 116 90 59 33 27 Duane Christy 52 HAVRE DE GRACE MD 0 0 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 9 Jay Wind 65 ARLINGTON VA 2 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 8 108 100 110 92 84 87 89 84 88 81 88 91 103 89 92 111 84 84 50 Mike Trott 62 JOPPA MD 1 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 8 74 92 75 72 66 52 52 51 Ken Szymanski 57 BEL AIR MD 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 8 60 69 61 66 56 63 69 Jon Palks 66 BOWIE MD 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 99 40 83 160 91 150 144 120 112 102 151 136 127 100 120 63 62 Karsten Brown 41 FRONT ROYAL VA 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 7 87 94 94 102 122 104 121 99 133 99 122 108 93 100 70 62 Robert McGill 55 BUDD LAKE NJ 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 6 107 118 124 106 129 132 133 130 134 121 115 155 131 145 126 146 David McSherry 60 CAMP HILL PA 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 6 93 122 108 63 59 69 85 77 88 101 130 111 105 113 38 39 46 57 37 Robert Gurtler 80 THE PLAINS VA 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 123 119 119 124 127 103 126 116 106 115 77 82 74 John Way 50 GAITHERSBURG MD 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 107 112 130 108 109 115 120 121 85 60 45 29 27 6 2 1 6 1 2 David Donahue 63 CHEVY CHASE MD 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Ronnie Wong 69 CATONSVILLE MD 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 51 56 57 64 53 72 67 70 68 66 65 67 62 70 82 53 54 6 Cindy Cohen 47 WASHINGTON DC 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 5 128 110 104 Jeanette Novak 70 DAMASCUS MD 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 76 Tami Graf 79 LUSBY MD 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 67 55 67 66 61 52 58 57 72 61 60 58 60 67 61 70 63 51 Bob Platt 64 ARLINGTON VA 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 33 27 35 35 31 28 30 32 36 32 28 50 33 32 34 37 35 43 48 Terry McLaughlin 53 SPOTSYLVANIA VA 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 114 67 55 74 55 51 50 60 67 50 24 12 47 Elizabeth Hollis 38 LEESBURG VA 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 12 39 28 14 21 22 42 61 63 Michael Cannon 57 FAIRFAX STATIO VA 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 100 122 80 60 50 66 61 58 52 John Duffy 54 MANASSAS VA 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 64 64 76 69 53 31 12 10 Mardiny Ung 49 ELIZABETHTOWN PA 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 4 63 56 82 60 59 Eric Johnston 52 ELLICOTT CITY MD 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 84 91 101 98 James Scarborough 57 MCLEAN VA 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 49 50 44 50 56 52 46 51 43 44 44 55 51 58 51 63 61 64 Steve Scudder 67 VIRGINIA BEACH VA 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 64 62 68 68 59 67 63 51 57 56 69 70 74 77 76 69 61 55 51 Christina Caravoulias 60 SILVER SPRING MD 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 39 38 46 49 46 50 57 64 61 43 79 164 128 111 102 126 65 32 6 Jeanne Larrison 60 CHESAPEAKE BCH MD 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 38 70 71 74 52 65 50 51 36 80 92 102 Noah Wood 32 PRINCEFREDERIC MD 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 30 26 33 36 45 29 53 106 77 David Jun 31 COLUMBIA MD 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 21 28 24 14 27 35 66 30 42 Rosanna Castillo 43 NEW YORK NY 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 32 50 28 30 60 52 52 51 54 Sharlene Deskins 52 SEABROOK MD 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 31 19 5 25 20 37 37 Mark Voicheck 56 ASTON PA 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 28 27 72 56 72 106 53 Georgette O'Cone 68 MILLSBORO DE 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 66 70 74 53 52 Dave Walser 57 LUSBY MD 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 23 26 66 54 Lori Waldee-Warden 51 BEAR DE 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 39 40 54 Dixon Hemphill 91 FAIRFAX STATIO VA 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 22 27 25 9 10 7 1 0 0 2 1 5 11 9 7 17 11 29 Tim Ramsey 56 ALEXANDRIA VA 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 56 78 61 59 69 69 56 51 102 62 59 60 30 12 1 2 Joey Kwit 42 NEW YORK NY 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 19 41 28 20 50 50 51 51 53 Steve Speirs 49 VIRGINIA BEACH VA 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 17 12 20 19 32 40 47 Lisa Voicheck 47 ASTON PA 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 16 18 68 60 62 81 42 Jerri Fleetwood 60 HOUSTON DE 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 59 69 50 Jack Vassalotti 64 LEWES DE 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 69 70 James Rohr 55 NEW BALTIMORE VA 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 27 52 Denise Knickman 47 BALTIMORE MD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 24 19 31 19 32 13 26 33 4 13 35 17 41 35 10 6 8 55 John Winkert 59 SOUTH RIDING VA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 23 12 45 Sharyn Gordon 57 MITCHELVILLE MD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 22 17 24 19 25 26 26 40 52 39 32 29 26 15 17 Roy Blakeburn 60 NORFOLK VA 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 11 7 14 14 15 11 3 50 51 Alberto Castillo 82 NEW YORK NY 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 24 22 57 30 15 15 Chris Farmer 36 COLUMBIA MD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 52 20 53 156 63 92 103 60 13 8 5 Jay Epstein 56 ELIZABTHTOWN PA 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 48 55 109 61 58 Leeann Waltz 53 MILTON DE 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 56 42 59 Enos Benbow 33 GEORGETOWN DE 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 16 49 Sandra Waldee-Warden 47 BEAR DE 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 29 50 Xavier Castillo 17 FALLS CHURCH VA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 11 5 2 1 2 14 38

RACE: 1500M\1M Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Ted Poulos 3 12 2 Bill Stahr 3 13 3 Jay Wind 2 8 4 Dixon Hemphill 2 2 5 Kirk Gordon 2 11 6 Terry McLaughlin 2 4 7 James Moreland 1 9 8 Tami Graf 1 4 9 Bob Platt 1 4 10 Ronnie Wong 1 5 11 John Way 1 6 12 David Jun 1 3 13 Mike Trott 1 8 14 Ken Szymanski 1 8 15 Cindy Cohen 1 5

RACE: 3K\2M Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Ted Poulos 3 12 2 Jay Wind 3 8 3 Terry McLaughlin 2 4 4 Tami Graf 1 4 5 Ronnie Wong 1 5 6 Kirk Gordon 1 11 7 Robert Gurtler 1 6 8 John Way 1 6 9 Tim Ramsey 1 2 10 Sharlene Deskins 1 3 11 Eric Johnston 1 4 12 Dave Walser 1 3 13 Cindy Cohen 1 5

RACE: 5K Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Jon Palks 7 7 2 David Donahue 6 6 3 James Moreland 5 9 4 Robert Gurtler 4 6 5 Bill Stahr 4 13 6 John Duffy 4 4 7 Jeanette Novak 4 5 8 Duane Christy 4 9 9 Ted Poulos 3 12 10 Robert McGill 3 6 11 Karsten Brown 3 7 12 David McSherry 3 6 13 Kirk Gordon 3 11 14 Christina Caravoulias 2 3 15 Karen Young 2 9 16 John Way 2 6 17 Elizabeth Hollis 2 4 18 Noah Wood 2 3 19 Michael Cannon 2 4 20 Mark Voicheck 2 3 21 Lisa Voicheck 2 2 22 Dave Walser 2 3 23 Jerri Fleetwood 2 2 24 Jay Wind 1 8 25 Steve Scudder 1 3 26 Tami Graf 1 4 27 Ronnie Wong 1 5 28 Sharyn Gordon 1 1 29 Jeanne Larrison 1 3 30 Tim Ramsey 1 2 31 Roy Blakeburn 1 1 32 Mike Trott 1 8 33 Alberto Castillo 1 1 34 Steve Speirs 1 2 35 Mardiny Ung 1 4 36 Eric Johnston 1 4 37 Jay Epstein 1 1 38 Sandra Waldee-Warden 1 1 39 Jack Vassalotti 1 2 40 James Rohr 1 2

RACE: 8K\5M Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Mike Trott 4 8 2 Ken Szymanski 4 8 3 Karen Young 3 9 4 David McSherry 2 6 5 Bill Stahr 2 13 6 Elizabeth Hollis 2 4 7 Duane Christy 2 9 8 Denise Knickman 1 1 9 Karsten Brown 1 7 10 Kirk Gordon 1 11 11 Robert Gurtler 1 6 12 John Way 1 6 13 Rosanna Castillo 1 3 14 Michael Cannon 1 4 15 Mark Voicheck 1 3 16 Georgette O'Cone 1 3 17 Eric Johnston 1 4 18 Enos Benbow 1 1 19 Lori Waldee-Warden 1 3 20 James Rohr 1 2

RACE: 10K Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 David Jun 2 3 2 Ken Szymanski 2 8 3 Mardiny Ung 2 4 4 Ted Poulos 1 12 5 James Moreland 1 9 6 James Scarborough 1 3 7 Steve Scudder 1 3 8 Ronnie Wong 1 5 9 Robert McGill 1 6 10 Karsten Brown 1 7 11 David McSherry 1 6 12 Kirk Gordon 1 11 13 Bill Stahr 1 13 14 Karen Young 1 9 15 Sharlene Deskins 1 3 16 Cindy Cohen 1 5 17 Jeanette Novak 1 5 18 Duane Christy 1 9

RACE: 15K\10M Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Kirk Gordon 2 11 2 Ted Poulos 1 12 3 Jay Wind 1 8 4 James Moreland 1 9 5 James Scarborough 1 3 6 Steve Scudder 1 3 7 Tami Graf 1 4 8 Christina Caravoulias 1 3 9 Bob Platt 1 4 10 Karsten Brown 1 7 11 Bill Stahr 1 13 12 Jeanne Larrison 1 3 13 Karen Young 1 9 14 John Way 1 6 15 Noah Wood 1 3 16 Mike Trott 1 8 17 Chris Farmer 1 1 18 Steve Speirs 1 2 19 Eric Johnston 1 4 20 Cindy Cohen 1 5 21 Lori Waldee-Warden 1 3 22 Duane Christy 1 9

RACE: 20K\HM Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Bob Platt 2 4 2 Georgette O'Cone 2 3 3 Ted Poulos 1 12 4 Jay Wind 1 8 5 James Moreland 1 9 6 James Scarborough 1 3 7 Robert McGill 1 6 8 Karsten Brown 1 7 9 Kirk Gordon 1 11 10 Bill Stahr 1 13 11 Jeanne Larrison 1 3 12 Karen Young 1 9 13 Rosanna Castillo 1 3 14 Joey Kwit 1 2 15 Michael Cannon 1 4 16 Sharlene Deskins 1 3 17 Mardiny Ung 1 4 18 Cindy Cohen 1 5 19 Leeann Waltz 1 1 20 Lori Waldee-Warden 1 3 21 Jack Vassalotti 1 2

RACE: MARATHON Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Ronnie Wong 1 5 2 John Winkert 1 1 3 Rosanna Castillo 1 3 4 Joey Kwit 1 2

RACE: OTHER Place Name Times Total Races ===== ======================= ===== =========== 1 Robert McGill 1 6 2 Bill Stahr 1 13 3 Karen Young 1 9 4 Mike Trott 1 8 5 Ken Szymanski 1 8 6 Duane Christy 1 9

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UPDATES IN REVERSE ALPHABETICAL ORDER: ***************************************************************** Steve Zelenak ***************************************************************** Retired from club ***************************************************************** Karen Young ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 RASAC New Years Day 6.6 miles  53:16 2. 01/01 Resolution 5K 25:19 3. 01/02 Long Level 8K 38:24 4. 01/03 Rasac Eden Mill 5 miler 39:16 winner 5. 01/09 Frozen Finger 5M 39:05 6. 01/10 Mighty Medford 5K 24:07 1st AG 7. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:19:35 8. 01/16 Bermuda 10K  53:35 9. 01/17 Bermuda HM  1:55:04 ***************************************************************** Noah Wood ***************************************************************** I started out at the age of fourteen, sprinting for the Howard County Junior Striders in Maryland. I got talked into it because I was not good at too many things, especially in gym class, except for running relays and running about a half-mile one day in gym class. My mom got me into the Howard County Junior Striders through someone she knew whose daughter was in it. Since then I have been around the running scene, even though I felt it took me a while to get in decent shape so that I could finish running two miles without stopping. I started to genuinely enjoy distance running throughout my high school years at Hammond High School in Howard County. I started out with cross country to try and stay in shape for track, but then stuck with the distance events instead of the sprinting and field events because I thought I was a little stronger in those events. At first, I was not that big into running (especially competing), but as high school went on I started to begin to look forward to pushing for improvement and I even ran some local road races to help stay in shape. Running in high school helped me learn time management, discipline, and appreciation for achievements; values that helped me do well academically and manage my time around several other extra-curricular activities. I kept it up through college, spending many semesters running on the cross country and track & field teams at Salisbury University on the Maryland Eastern Shore and improved quite a bit in many different events and distances. I graduated from Salisbury in the May of 2006 with an English-Creative Writing major and a Spanish minor, and in addition to running on the team, I wrote features and sports articles for the school newspaper (the Salisbury Flyer), worked at the on-campus recycling center, played intramural flag football for a semester, and was a member of Campus Crusade for Christ among other things. Right now I am employed by the Howard County School System as a substitute teacher and am working at Safeway as a service clerk. I hope to get a more solid job in the school system sometime soon! I also enjoy writing and I recently finished manuscripts for a fantasy story that I hope will some day become a published novel, God willing. One of the most consistent things I have taken from school has been a strong joy of running competitively, recreationally, and socially. Since graduating from college on the Maryland Eastern Shore, I have run a bunch of races between Carroll County, MD and the MD Eastern Shore. However, within the last few months, I decided to “branch out” a bit and go for a more quixotic yet fun goal: I want to run in at least one running event in every county of Maryland (including one in Baltimore City) before the year 2007 is over. I know there are races/running events in every county of Maryland and of course in Baltimore too, but some of the challenge lies in the logistics and strategically planning of when to run in each county (especially when it comes to counties where it is slim pickings year-around running events). I have been very blessed with solid progress on that in just the past few months and I continue to look forward to more progress, meeting new people, and seeing new places in Maryland. I recently decided to join this club, because I figured that in my endeavors to run events in my twenty-four goal areas, I would probably be able to at least come close to getting fifty races in this year, so I figured I might as well give it a whirl. This project I am working on is for fun and I want to see if I can do it while juggling other things going on in life. Any money I make as a result of this I plan on donating just about all of it to Katrina Relief Efforts, Team in Training, and a few churches/ministries. I recently started a blog of my progress and some of my experiences (with more pictures coming soon hopefully). I hope to have some detailed journal entries up sometime soon about all the events I have done this year and in which goal area I have run them in, and who knows, maybe I will be blessed enough to have them published as well. Just taking one day at a time. 1. 01/01 9th Annual SMCN Resolution Run 5K - Prince Frederick (Calvert County), MD - 3rd overall - 18:05  2. 01/03 1st Annual Mardi Gras Madness 5K - Oakland Hall community/Prince Frederick (Calvert County), MD - Winner - 17:34 3. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:06:08 ***************************************************************** Ronnie Wong ***************************************************************** Ronnie is from Singapore and moved to Bermuda where he started running in 1980. He continued to run when he moved to Maryland in 1982. He is married and has a 13-year-old daughter. Ronnie competes in many races and works as a chef at the Inner Harbor six days a week.

Now 68, he did not begin running until he was 34, after he moved from Singapore to Bermuda, where he was working as a chef and hanging out in discos every night until 4:00 a.m. A friend bet him six shots of whiskey that he could not finish a 10K race. He finished, drank the shots and got hooked on running. He ran his first 10K race nine months later and then moved to Baltimore. He even ran a marathon in Bermuda the day after his wedding in 1988 and won fourth place, making headline news.

He has run in a total of 282 marathon including Boston, New York, Stockholm, San Francisco, Minnesota, Virginia, New Jersey, and Montreal as of November 30, 2012.

In 1990, he competed as an Ultra Runner, in the Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team, at New York's Flushing Meadow Park. In this 1,300-mile race, Ronnie Wong was first, after completing 1,177 miles, approximately 65 miles a day. Ronnie ran for 14 days, 23 hours, 32 minutes, and 31 seconds, placing as the 4th fastest American and 16th fastest in history. The following year 1991 he raced again and ran 1,215 miles placing third, but he cut his time to 14 days, 12 hours, 48 minutes, and 25 seconds. 1. 01/01 Resolution 5K 22:44 2. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 2M 15:16 1st AG 3. 01/16 Bermuda 10K  4. 01/17 Bermuda 1M  5. 01/17 Bermuda Marathon 3:51:23 1st AG ***************************************************************** Robert Wolhar ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** John Winkert ***************************************************************** 1. 01/10 Disney Marathon 7:31:07 ***************************************************************** Jay Wind ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 DCRRC New Year's Day 5K 26:41 2. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 1M 7:58 3. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 3K 15:29.3 1st AG 4. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:31:37 1st AG 5. 01/10 TJ Meet 3K 16:24.7 6. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:58:02 7. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 9:02 ***************************************************************** Darren Winchenbach ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Jon Williams ***************************************************************** I started running again in 2001 after a 13 year break. I am on the Runner's Depot Racing Team and the winner of more than 140 races in my career. PRs 5K 16:19 (1987) Marathon 2:39:01 Chicago (2009) ***************************************************************** John Way ***************************************************************** I started my running career at Peary High School in Rockville in 1980. I rode the coattails of my teammates to a team state championship in cross-country in 1982. What I gained from cross-country and track in high school I will always carry with me. I have run nine marathons, but a tenth is not necessarily forthcoming. However, I run a lot of races (obviously) to motivate myself to train. Running provides a great release from the stresses of teaching. After all these years, I'm still running and still in high school. 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's Day 5K 21:24 2. 01/01 WRRC Winfield Mile 5:35.4 1st AG 3. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:10:36 4. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 21:37 5. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 2M 13:25 1st AG ***************************************************************** Walt Washburn ***************************************************************** Walt Washburn of Vienna, VA after running the Northern Central Trail Marathon in 4:17:26 on 11/27/99. This was the only marathon that I did not race. I only ran a training pace because I had run the hilly Richmond Marathon two weeks before in 4:16:45. I am now 77 years old. I ran high school cross-country during the years 1937-39. I placed third in the State Meet at Bates College in Lewiston, ME in 1939. I started road running in the Fall of 1972 at 50 years of age during the Frank Shorter inspired running boom. Since then I have won 32 plaques, 39 trophies, 40 ribbons, 86 medals, 46 patches, 51 certificates, 29 miscellaneous items, and dozens of mugs/glasses. I have nine drawers of shirts. I have run the Boston Marathon four times. I have completed 51 marathons and dropped out of nine more. I have run in Austria, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, and Switzerland. I have run in 1079 races.

Walt - Master's PRs


***************************** Short Distances Age group 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 1 MILE 5:55 6:03 6:08 8:28 3000M 16:12 2 MILE 12:10 12:30 12:52 14:02 16:49 19:19

Middle Distance Age group 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 5000M 23:46 25:32 28:30 4 MILE 26:20 24:34 26:48 28:33 32:19 35:55 39:30 5 MILE 32:43 33:42 33:45 35:00 37:50 43:30 46:10 10000M 40:34 42:10 42:29 42:43 47:43 50:46 56:43 12000M 53:12 60:53 66:00 1:14:07 Long Distance Age group 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 15000M 63:31 63:14 67:31 67:33 46:38 87:32 93:10 10 MILE 88:30 67:41 65:50 71:44 79:33 84:45 93:03 20000M 1:27:46 1:26:32 1:29:19 1:30:54 1:44:33 2:04:49 HALF MAR 1:38:30 1:42:33 1:32:12 1:36:22 1:56:40 2:08:29 30000M 2:17:50 2:16:57 2:23:519 2:24:36 2:30:56 3:05:11 20 MILE 2:25:15 2:25:33 2:28:51 2:31:06 2:50:27 3:12:52 3:30:23 MARATHON 3:13:43 3:13:22 3:18:13 3:15:27 3:41:07 4:13:02 4:20:41

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***************************************************************** Leeann Waltz ***************************************************************** 1. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 2:52:37 ***************************************************************** Dave Walser ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 SMCN Resolution Run 5K 21:43  2. 01/03 Mardi Gras Madness 5K 3. 10/09 Myrtle Point 2.3M 18:26 1st AG ***************************************************************** Sandra Waldee-Warden ***************************************************************** 1. 01/17 Key West 5K 36:27 ***************************************************************** Lori Waldee-Warden ***************************************************************** 1. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 miler 43:55 2. 01/10 Mayor's Icicle 10M 1:36:55 3. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 2:11:59 ***************************************************************** Mark Voicheck ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Resolution 5K 26:24 2. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 miler 43:55 3. 01/10 Shiver by the River 5K 27:15 ***************************************************************** Lisa Voicheck ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Resolution 5K 39:24 2. 01/10 Shiver by the River 5K 38:01 ***************************************************************** Paul Vece ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Jack Vassalotti ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Hair of the Dog 5K  28:53 2. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 2:18:43 ***************************************************************** David Uy ***************************************************************** I think running with members from 50 Plus Club, several running clubs in the area and the company running club has made my life more colorful and interesting. I think of it as "sharpening the saw." Running keeps me going. I can't say enough how much I appreciate the help that we get from the race directors and volunteers. The running community also has impressive people in terms of running skills, personalities, careers, etc. I look up to a bunch of them. He was selected by DCRRC as the most improved male runner for 2000. ***************************************************************** Mardiny Ung ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Hair of the Dog 10K 44:33 1st AG 2. 01/01 Hair of the Dog 5K 22:57 1st AG 3. 01/10 Shiver by the River 10K 47:14 4. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 1:45:01 3rd AG ***************************************************************** Jim Turner ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Mike Trott ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Father Time Frolic 5M  54:07 2. 01/01 RASAC New Years Day 6.6 Miler  1:07:29 3. 01/01 Resolution Run 5K  34:53 4. 01/02 Long Level 1M 10:25 5. 01/02 Long Level 8K 55:02 6. 01/03 Rasac Eden Mill 5 miler 43:25 7. 01/09 Frozen Finger 5M 48:54 8. 01/10 Mayor's Icicle 10M 1:34:04 ***************************************************************** Julie Trapp ***************************************************************** Retired from the club **************************************************************** Alan Tominack ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Ken Szymanski ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 BRRC Father Time Frolic 5 miler   53:52 2. 01/01 RASAC New Years Day 6.6 miles  1:05:01 3. 01/02 Long Level 1M 8:34 4. 01/02 Long Level 8K 45:10 5. 01/03 Rasac Eden Mill 5 miler 44:44 6. 01/09 BRRC Frozen Finger 5 miler 43:51 7. 01/10 RASAC North Bend 6.5M 1:04:30 8. 01/17 RASAC Donuts & Killer Hills 10K 60:56    **************************************************************** Earl Swartzendruber ***************************************************************** 1. **************************************************************** Tracy Swartz ***************************************************************** **************************************************************** Bill Stahr ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 RASAC New Years Day 6.6 miles  2. 01/01 Resolution 5K 23:42 3. 01/02 Long Level 1M 7:47 4. 01/02 Long Level 8K 36:47 5. 01/03 Rasac Eden Mill 5 miler 6. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:20:10 7. 01/10 Mighty Medford 5K 23:03 1st AG 8. 01/16 Bermuda 10K  9. 01/17 Bermuda 1M  10. 01/17 Bermuda HM 11. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 6:38 12. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 22:31 13. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 22:53 **************************************************************** Steve Speirs ***************************************************************** DOB: 18th August 1966 City of Birth: Cardiff, Wales City of Residence: Virginia Beach, VA I started running as a teenager in the early 80s, initially as a way of keeping fit for High School football (soccer) and rugby. In 1982 my rugby coach persuaded me to enter my first road race – the Barry Half Marathon in Wales. I finished in the top 30% and from that point on was hooked. I enjoy racing everything from the mile to a 50K and have also been known to participate in triathlons ranging from Sprint to Ironman distance events - the 2004 Ironman in Lake Placid is easily my biggest multi-sport accomplishment. My favorite running event is the marathon and this year's Frederick Marathon was my 25th successful race over the classic 26.2 mile distance, and the 21st since I moved to Virginia in 2001. My current best marathon time is 2:45:22, set at the 2011 Marine Corps Marathon I still believe I can run faster than 16:50 minutes in the 5K. I'd also like to dabble with Ultras at some stage in my running career. I write about my training, racing and other running-related topics at Run Bulldog Run, log my workouts at the dailymile web site and I'm also quite active on the Twitter scene. Feel free to follow me if you like... Current PRs: 1M - 4:57.25 (2015) 5K - 16:50 (2010) 8K - 28:38 (2010) 10K - 35:37 (2011) 10M - 58:04 (2010) 20K - 1:15:11 (2011) Half Marathon - 1:17:55(2013) 25K - 1:33:09 (2011) 30K - 1:56:28 (2011) 20M - 2:07:46 (2008) Marathon - 2:45:22 (2011) 50K - 3:39:04 (2013) 50M - 6:56:53 (2011) 1. 01/01 Resolution 5K 17:30 2nd overall 2. 01/09 Tidewater Distance 10M 59:56 2nd overall ***************************************************************** John Smeby ***************************************************************** Born in Washington, DC many years ago, life was different growing up. Came down with Polio in 1952 that made me weak and scrawny. Moved to the suburbs and completed secondary school at Bethesda-Chevy Chase H.S. Attempted to perform adequately at the University of Maryland but came up short (very) after the first year. Went on active duty in the U.S. Navy Seabees and did construction work on two tours of duty in Vietnam. During the second tour was wounded, the most significant time with an 82MM mortar round that left me partially disabled. Having learned the hard way about life, went back to the University of Maryland for a B.S. degree then George Washington University for a M.S.A. Got into exercise jogging and running in the mid-1980’s, but never took it seriously until my older brother started doing marathons. I went to see him run the Cape Cod Marathon and a skinny, older gentleman was the honorary speaker and race starter, Bill Rodgers. Then I saw him run the Marine Corps Marathon and set as a goal the same accomplishment. Ran my first race in 1995 and have been hooked on doing races ever since. Completed five marathons and six half marathons in 1999. Want to say a special thanks to all of the running friends in the Washington, DC area and the support provided. No matter where you place, the running infrastructure is positive, supportive and very friendly. ***************************************************************** Beverly Smeby ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Irina Shilling ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Steve Scudder ***************************************************************** 1. 01/09 Tidewater Distance 6M 1:21:37 2. 01/16 Menchville Chill 5K 38:40 3. 01/30 Tidewater Striders' Tune-up 10 Miles 2:23:11 ***************************************************************** James Scarborough ***************************************************************** 1. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:35:21 2. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:54:35 3. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 56:646 ***************************************************************** Liz Santos ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** James Rohr ***************************************************************** 1. 01/03 Long Branch 5K 26:22 2. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 26:03 ***************************************************************** Chuck Raper Jr ***************************************************************** Retired from the club ***************************************************************** Tim Ramsey ***************************************************************** My second running career began in 1996 when I woke up in the cardiac unit of Sewickley Hospital. My heart rate had been about 350 beats per minute for more than 24 hours. I had been a fairly gifted runner in high school but 20 years of inactivity and many beers had taken their toll. My heart got back into rhythm before being shocked and I vowed to get myself back into shape. Initially I had trouble just walking a mile. After several years, I worked my way up to a marathon. Since then, I have completed two marathons, including New York City in 2005. Because of my ongoing heart condition (much better thanks to running and medication), I will always be a back of the packer. However, I believe that my joy of running rivals that of the age group winners. My non running inspirations are my wife, Dori, who married me even though I was fat and out of shape and still encourages me and supports my racing, and my dog, Bailey, who is still going strong at 15 years and after Losing her jaw to cancer 4 years ago. My running inspirations are my frequent racing buddies Kathy Goin, Andrea Sparks, and Yuri Kim; Lauren Burawski DiGennaro, the finest runner I know who has encouraged me to become a better runner; and people like John Shultz, Walt Washburn, and Christina Caravoulias, who inspire me with their ongoing joy for running. 1. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 2M 27:41 2. 01/17 Celebrate Community 5K 42:44 ***************************************************************** Mitch Radella ***************************************************************** Although I live in Pittsburgh, I was born in Silver Spring and I have lived in Hyattsville & Frederick. I have run some of the major races in your area such as the Army 10-Miler, Fair Lakes 10K, & the GWB 10K Classic. In addition, I have run some lower key events sponsored by the DCRRC, MCRRC, Howard County Striders, Westminster Runners Club, Shenandoah Valley Runners, and Queen City Striders.

2014 118 2013 100 2012 100 2011 74 2010 82 2009 117 2008 118
2007 137 2006 110 2005 131 2004 152 2003 139 2002 141 2001 117
2000 161 1999 160 1998 152 1997 156 1996 155 1995 46 1994 139
1993 127 1992 95 1991 83 1990 41 1989 9 1983 2 1982 2

1. ***************************************************************** Joe Racine ***************************************************************** I am originally from the Hoosier State of Indiana, but I do not play much basketball anymore. My early training consisted of chasing squirrels and another varmint off the front yard. My dad just had this serious hatred of squirrels. Now, that I live in the DC area, my dad just sits on the porch yelling at them. Back to me, After running cross country and track at my high school, I moved on to Yale University where I ran all 4 years for the Bulldogs, and ultimately, earned a degree in Chemical Engineering.

Here is a list of my college PR's
800m 1:52.9
1000m 2:27.95
1500m 3:51.36
1mile 4:10.62
8K 24:41
10K 31:18

Now that I am in DC, I enjoy running for the DC Road Runners. While I am not running quite as fast as I did in school, I enjoy meeting other runners, and competition in the area. I recently ran my 1st 1/2 marathon and marathon this fall. I ran 1:12:04 for the Quantico 1/2 marathon, and 2:48:12 for Marine Corp.

Retired from club ***************************************************************** Yves Puisieux ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Ted Poulos *****************************************************************

Ted Poulos reaches another milestone - Race Number 2500

Ted Poulos reviews his running in 2003

Ted Poulos reviews his running in 2002

Ted Poulos reviews his running in 2001

1. 01/01 DCRRC New Year's 5K 19:16 2nd AG 2. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 1M 5:36.7 3. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 3K 110:49.6 winner 4. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:07:48 5. 01/10 TJ Meet 1M 5:49 6. 01/10 TJ Meet 3K 11:23 7. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 21:18 8. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:24:02 9. 01/19 MLK Trail 10K 45:12 1st AG 10. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 5:23 1st AG 11. 01/20 Tidal Basin 3000M 11:47 winner 13. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 19:47 ***************************************************************** Bob Platt ***************************************************************** Although I tried my hand at Jr High and HS track and cross-country, I started serious racing at the age of 29 when I joined the DCRRC. Currently, my training is aimed more for marathons than for shorter distances. I enjoy meeting runners and serving the running community, through local clubs and through racePacket.

Yearly Totals

1981 10 1982 23 1983 26 1984 24 1985 19 1986 25
1987 20 1988 13 1989 15 1990 35 1991 37 1992 47
1993 39 1994 33 1995 41 1996 41 1997 48 1998 43
1999 38 2000 37 2001 34 2002 32 2003 33 2004 50
2005 28 2006 32 2007 36 2008 32 2009 30 2010 28
2011 31 2012 35 2013 35 2014 27

Total 742

1. 01/02 Rockin' in 2016 Half Marathon, Long Beach CA 2:49:43 2. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 3. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 2:26:17 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 10:00 ***************************************************************** Bill Peeling ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Anne-Marie Pastorkovich ***************************************************************** I'm a bureacratlawyergeek who enjoys running, cycling, and a variety of sports.  For 2012 (as in 2011), I'm focusing more on cycling, but I still expect to be running several races. And I'll still be trying to train my way up to running the entire W&OD end-to-end. That's one of those "gotta do it" things for me. Other than that: I ran my first race in 1998, I ran my first marathon in 2000, and I competed in my first triathlon in 2008.  I post my race reports now and again at http://anne42pt2.blogspot.com/. 1. ***************************************************************** Jon Palks ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's 5K 32:00 2. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K 31:31 3. 01/10 Mighty Medford 5K 31:20 4. 01/16 Northeastern 5K Manchester, PA 31:17 5. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 21:33 6. 01/18 MLK 5K 32:40 7. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 31:38 ***************************************************************** Bill Osburn ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Georgette O'Cone ***************************************************************** 1. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 mile 54:35.5 2. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 2:52:38 3. 01/24 Miami Half Marathon 2:57:41 net 2:39:52 ***************************************************************** Jeanette Novak ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Reston New Year's Day 5K 43:13 2nd AG 2. 01/01 Resolution 5K 42:29 3. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K 42:15 1st AG 4. 01/17 Celebrate Community 5K 43:16 5. 01/19 MLK Trail 10K 1:24:56 1st AG ***************************************************************** Jim Noone ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Janet Newburgh ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Dee Nelson ***************************************************************** Dee Nelson started racing in April of 1978. For the first fourteen years she ran 242 races, averaging at least seventeen year. You can better with age. For the past fourteen years, she has averaged more than sixty races a year 847 races. She has a lifetime total of 1300 races as March 1, 2010. 1. *************************************************************** Wendy Morris ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** James Moreland ***************************************************************** James Moreland started running in 1987 with his first race being the Marine Corps Marathon in 3:14:33. He kept the streak going for fourteen years straight, with his best time being 2:44:32 in 1992 for seventh master's male and 80th place overall. His best of 60 marathons was a fifth place overall finish of 2:44:10 in 1994 at Northern Central Trails.

James - Master's PRs - Grandmasters PR


***************************** ***************************** Sprints 100M 13.32 15:24 200M 27.67 30:47 400M 59.13 66.32 600M 1:36.14 1:48.54 800M 2:12.50 2:27.08 1000M 2:52.34 3:11.81 1500M 4:28.55 5:07.00 1 Mile 4:49.03 5:25.54 3000M 9:33.15 10:43.24 Middle Distance 2 Mile 10:15.84 11:28.01 3 Mile 15:35.97 17:38.12 5000M 16:11.71 18:13.19 4 Mile 21:10.46 23:54.00 5 Mile 26:43.90 30:00.55 6 Mile 32:25.20 36:02.50 10000M 33:40.43 37:18.69 12000M 40:58.75 44:41.46 Long Distance 15000M 51:42.18 60:52.25 10 Mile 56:28.95 66:21.13 20000M 46:32.99 1:29:47.07 Half Mar 77:24.87 1:35:43.29 25000M 92:16.53 1:48:46.88 30000M 1:51:25.47 2:33:59.82 20 Mile 1:59:49.12 2:45:01.44 Marathon 2:44:10.13 3:39:48.24 50K 3:22:54.25 5:38:13.83 40 Mile 5:16:53.01 50 Mile 7:36:09 ***************************** *****************************

1. 01/01 Reston New Year 5K 22:28 2nd AG 2. 01/01 DCRRC New Year's 5K 22:58 2nd AG 3. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:20:27 3rd AG 4. 01/10 Mighty Medford 5K 24:03 1st AG 5. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 25:31 2nd AG 6. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:41:25 7. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 6:567 1st AG 8. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 23:25 1st AG 9. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 49:32 1st AG ***************************************************************** Jim Meyers ***************************************************************** Jim is a retired UPS driver, combat veteran of Vietnam, served in the USMC infantry, college grad with a B.S.in Business Management. He is married with two children and two grand children. He has been an avid runner for 14 months. ***************************************************************** David McSherry ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Hamilton Hangover 5 miler Hamilton Twp, NJ 2. 01/02 Surfin' Snowman 5 miler Bethany Beach, DE 3. 01/03 Frozen 5K Gainesville, VA 4. 01/09 Winter Wing Challenge 5K Sharpsville, PA 5. 01/10 Shiver by the River 10K Reading, PA 6. 01/30 Chocolate Frosted Buns 5K Robesonia, PA ***************************************************************** Terry McLaughlin ***************************************************************** 1. 01/10 TJ Meet 1M 6:15.4 2. 01/10 TJ Meet 3K 11:36 3. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 5:49 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 3000M 12:34 ***************************************************************** Robert McGill ***************************************************************** Lori and Robert McGill at 2006 Banquet. I have been running races for several years, mostly in New Jersey. I do some races in Pennsylvania and New York State. One race to recommend is the Tri-State Classic 10K in October. You start in the Shop Rite parking lot in Montague, NJ. Very quickly, you enter New York State. Mile markers 1, 2 and 3 are in New York State. You finish in Pennsylvania. Mile markers 4, 5 and 6 are in Pennsylvania. Mile marker 4 is along a road next to the Delaware River in Pennsylvania. 1. 01/01 CJRR Hangover 5K  28:04 2. 01/03 FARC Winter Series 5K  28:33 3. 01/09 Watchung Reservation Half Marathon  3:59:54 4. 01/10 Terrible Tyler 10K  1:18:07 5. 01/17 FARC Winter Series 5K 30:07 6. 01/31 BCRR Winter Series Honest Abe 4.6 miler  47:28 ***************************************************************** Lori McGill ***************************************************************** Have been running consistently since my first completed 5K on 8/3/99 in 41:37 and that was a Herculean effort. The 12/16/06 5K race was my first time ever breaking 30 minutes, 29:45! So I am slow, but I used to be really slow LOL! My projection for 2006 is 42 races, up from 19 races in 2005 and 10-12 races in previous years. I love being married to Robert (since October 2005). He is a real jock and I call myself a jockette in training. ***************************************************************** Vincent McDonald ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Anieta McCracken ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Glenn Luttrell *****************************************************************

Running History


1990-2009
In 2006, Glenn had 15 Personal Records and in 2007 he ran 5 more PRs In 2006, his weight was 190 lbs and by the end of 2007 his weight was 178 lbs. Glenn ran 4 marathons before he turned 65 years of age and on December 2, 2007 ran the HCS Metric Marathon in Columbia, MD for another PR. Now in 2008, Glenn will be in a new age group-65-69. He hopes this will be a good year. He was injured in 2004 and had to take 4 months off from fast running, though he still ran races albeit with slower times. Through 2007 and so far in 2008 he has been injury free. Four years ago in 2004 he ran fifty races. He has run 547 races through this October in 20 years of racing.
***************************************************************** Micheale Lessard ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Billy Lese ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** David Lee ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Jeanne Larrison ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 DCRRC New Year's 5K 36:13 2. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 2:16:42 3. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 2:39:43 ***************************************************************** Ray Lake ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Robert Kwit ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Joey Kwit ***************************************************************** 1. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 1:57:28 2. 01/24 Miami Marathon 5:33:26 ***************************************************************** Myron Kremer ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Suzanne Kozloski ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Mike Kottmer *****************************************************************

Mike's PRs


***************************** 1M 18-Apr-10 Christopher Farms 6:44 5K 22-May-10 Capernaum Stroll 5K 23:55 8K 19-Jun-10 CHKD Run/Walk for the Kids 8K 42:34 10K 10-Apr-10 East Beach 49:49 10M 21-Nov-09 Cape Henry 10 miler 1:29:22 HM 17-Apr-10 Dismal Swamp Stomp HM 1:55:16 MAR 14-Nov-09 Sun Trust Richmond 4:31:25 ***************************** ***************************************************************** John F. Kostenbauder ***************************************************************** 1.  ***************************************************************** Warren Kohm ***************************************************************** Born in Lloyd Harbor NY, but educated in the south (University of Virginia) I have lived in Virginia for the last 12 years. I am married to a beautiful woman and have two great kids.... my oldest likes to run around the house as much as I do. Like to play in all types of sports and have always enjoyed good competition - regardless of the sport I am playing. Played football, baseball, wrestling, basketball, and lacrosse growing up. In college: Coming out of high school, I was recruited to play Football, Wrestling and Lacrosse at several Div. 1 schools. I chose (so I would have a personal life too) to just play men's lacrosse (4 varsity letters) for a team that was ranked #1 in the country many times). I never ran any type of track and field in college. Hey, my high school did not even have a track and field program.... did not pick up running races until about 1996. Back in 1998, I started the AMS (the company I work for) Running Club with another AMS and now it is 300+ people.... we always have a good time entering events as a Corporate Team. As an individual, I am a novice runner (the Lord has blessed me in many ways) who has learned how to train, and compete by watching others. I have been fortunate to train and learn running theory and techniques from Kyle Caudle. The DC area I believe is a great place to run. There is always a race to run and there are all different types of runners to compete against. I admire and have great respect for runners like Christina Caravoulias, Peter Blank, John Winkert, Karsten Brown John Palks, Ray Blue, Susan Rizzieri and so many other 50 Plus runners who have a great attitude about running and are always there at the races with a smile regardless of where they finish. Life is a journey.... enjoy each mile.

Warren Kohm's PRs


***************************** Middle Distance 1 Mile 4:31 1999 1.5 Mile 7:38 2000 3000M 9:35 2002 2 Mile 9:50 2000 4000M 14:47 1999 3 Mile 15:58 2000 5000M 16:08 2002 Long Distance 4 Mile 21:44 2002 8000M 27:25 2002 5 Mile 27:50 1999 10000M 34:32 2000 10 Mile 56:35 2002 Marathon 3:36:05 1997 ***************************** ***************************************************************** Denise Knickman ***************************************************************** 1. 01/09 Frozen Finger 5M 33:28 1st AG ***************************************************************** Jack Klein ***************************************************************** I am new to the sport and have not been running all that long - a little over two years now. My first race was in Sept 2004 - a 5K as a speed walker. My DOB is 9/2/45 and enjoy being at my healthiest state. Plus I have met many extraordinary people along the way like Robert Gurtler. I keep looking for new challenges and want to keep diversity in my running program: distance, road, and trail. ***************************************************************** Roger Kilgore ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** David Jun ***************************************************************** I run actively in many of the races in Howard County. In past years, I have done a few races with the Baltimore County road running club, the BRRC. But in 2007 I have only done races in Howard County. I heard about this unique club after reading the most interesting blog of my friend Noah Wood who is a member of this club. I am currently 23 years old. I went to Centennial High and currently attended Towson University after transferring from Howard Community College and the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). While at UMBC, I wrote for the student newspaper the Retriever for a period of three semesters. During my stay at HCC, I wrote for the student newspaper The HCC Times for two semesters. I ran the Turkey Trots and Easter Fun Runs three times as a member of the UMBC Rec Sports community. From that experience, I truly learned that running recreationally can truly be an enjoyable experience. During both stints, I wrote for the sports section and was involved in the coverage of the cross country team from which I gained valuable insights that I was able to share with the campus community and personally learn from and enhance my own running. I am a History Major even though I started college as a Pre-Pharmacy major. I have been running road races of the type that the club members here participate in since I was a freshman in high school (9th grade). I have not actually tabulated the total number of races I have taken part in until this moment 1. 01/01 WRRC Winfield Mile 6:25 2. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 10K 55:33 3. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 52:04 ***************************************************************** Eric Johnston ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's 5K 23:39 2. 01/09 Frozen Finger 5M 39:14 3. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:22:42 4. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 2M 14:41 ***************************************************************** Clark Jackson ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Elizabeth Hollis ***************************************************************** I started running seriously at age 24, when my supervisor convinced a bunch of us to sign up for a race. I've been hooked ever since. I like the longer ones now...especially the Columbia Metric Marathon (I was not happy during it, mind you) and the Stonewall Jackson 20-miler. 1. 01/02 SVR Long Branch 5K 21:17 2. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 22:08 ***************************************************************** Mike Hitch ***************************************************************** I heard about your club through Bob Wolhar and Wendy Morris and wanted to throw in my hat. I began running 6 years ago when I weighed in at 280 lbs. I began racing a year later (May 2003 with a 10K in 53:35) and have not looked back. I have really come on strong this year (2008) - blowing away PRs in the 1/2M, 10M, 10K, and 5M distances - but still looking for that elusive sub-20:00 5K (20:12 PR). I do not know if I can make 50 races as I typically have averaged 30-40/year but I will try. PRs 5K 20:12 (2006) - best in 2008 so far- 20:28 on 7/12 4M 28:24** (2005) 5M 33:56 (05/25/2008, hit 4 mi in 27:15**) 10K 43:51 (05/11/2008) 7M 52:31 (11/2007) 15K 1:08:05 (03/16/2008) 10M 1:14:22* (03/02/2008) Half Marathon: 1:37:21 (04/27/2008, hit 10M in 1:13:58*) Marathon: 4:12:30 (2005) ***************************************************************** Dixon Hemphill ***************************************************************** 1. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 1M 13:03 2. 01/10 TJ Meet 1M 14:45 ***************************************************************** Karen Harvey ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Susan Hage ***************************************************************** Retired from the club and now a mother of twins and one more in May 2011 ***************************************************************** Robert Gurtler ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Resolution Run 5K 47:27 2. 01/02 Long Branch 5K 48:30 3. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K 48:04 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 3000M 25:52 1st AG 5. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 46:26 ***************************************************************** Janice Gurganus ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Patrick Griffith ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Al Greuter ***************************************************************** I am 45, live in Columbia with my lovely wife Kathy, three great kids (Brian 17, Allison 15 and Kristin 13) and my dog Finely.

I started running almost 4 years ago when my son wanted me to help him run to get him better fit for soccer. He stopped shortly after, I never did. I started doing the Weekly Races with the Howard County Striders with the two milers being my 'long' run. It didn't take too long to make a 5K the long run and so on and so on. Two years ago, I started to get real serious about my running and while I will never be very fast, I am more fit than most people my age. I set my PR's in 5K at 22:06 last year and 10K in 48:50 both on a Howard County Striders Weekly race course. I set a 10-mile PR this year in the RRCA Challenge in 1:23:07. I have run the Metric Marathon twice and the B&A Half Marathon. I will run my first (and only?) marathon this October in the Marine Corps Marathon. I am currently on the Board of Directors of the Howard County Striders as the Weekly Race Director. The 50 plus club gives me incentive to keep running and it is pretty neat to meet some of the fellow members at various races. ***************************************************************** Tami Graf ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 DCRRC New Year's 5K 36:53 2. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 1M 10:39.4 1st AG 3. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 3K 19:51 winner 4. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 2:04:48 1st AG ***************************************************************** Sharyn Gordon ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's 5K 43:43 ***************************************************************** Kirk Gordon ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's Day 5K 23:36 2. 01/01 PGRC Poke Run 5M 3. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 1M 6:44 4. 01/03 Sportsfest track meet 3K 14:42 5. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:21:10 6. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:22:47 7. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 23:54 8. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:48:07 9. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 6:25 10. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 23:02 11. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 46:45 ***************************************************************** Andrea Glasgow ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Frances Gipson ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Chuck Gentry ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Ric Francke ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Jerri Fleetwood ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Resolution 5K 38:04 2. 01/17 Key West 5K 41:54 ***************************************************************** Lee Fitzpatrick ***************************************************************** I do not know if most would consider me a runner, maybe a jogger who likes to run marathons. However, at 56 and over 200 pounds I am happy to plod along at a 5 hour pace. I ran my first marathon in 2000 at Disney World. My youngest sister had done it a couple of times and wanted me to join her since her husband usually ran the 1/2 marathon. I first wanted to do a marathon about 25 years ago while living in Los Angeles, but over trained, injured myself and gave up. Before Disney, I had done very little running, mostly hiking and walking. I had just come back from trekking in the Himalayas, so was in good shape. I felt I could finish, just did not know how long it would take. I crossed the finish in just over 5 1/2 hours. I was hooked. Maybe it was that great Mickey Mouse finisher medal. This year I finished Disney in just under 5 hours. Anyway, I ran four marathons last year plus a 50K-trail run. This year I plan to run a marathon a month and enough other races to reach 50. I must give some credit to Jeff Galloway for his run/walk method and marathon tips, they really work for me. I love to combine traveling with running marathons. Besides, touring the US, I ran (mostly walked) the Bangkok marathon last November. Even though it started at 4:00 am, it was very difficult due to the heat and humidity. This year I plan to run at least two more international marathons - probably Mexico City and one in Canada. ***************************************************************** Chris Farmer ***************************************************************** 1. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:20:20 ***************************************************************** Jay Epstein ***************************************************************** 1. 01/17 Key West 5K 1:00:14 ***************************************************************** John Duffy ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Reston New Year 5K 33:35 2. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K, 31:35 3. 01/17 Celebrate Community 5K 30:53 4. 01/18 MLK "Keep Moving Forward" 5K, 33:20 ***************************************************************** David Donahue I’ve been running since the mid 60’s – high school and college track and XC, followed by a ‘rest’ until my mid 30’s, when I began running again, but not competitively until the late 90’s.  I retired in February 2015 and live in Chevy Chase, MD with homes in Conneaut Lake, PA and Myrtle Beach, SC – so I run in many places 1. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K 23:49 2nd AG 2. 01/09 Ocean Isle Beach (NC) Bridge Run for Food 5K 24:32 3rd AG 3. 01/16 Somerset (PA) Fire & Ice 5K – 22:34,  2nd AG 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 23:47 5. 01/23 North Myrtle Beach (SC) Winter Run 5K – 24:36,  1st AG 6. 01/30 UNCW Homecoming 5K, Wilmington, NC – 23:05 3rd master ***************************************************************** Sharlene Deskins ***************************************************************** 1. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 2M 20:01 2. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 2:19:53 3. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 1:06:09 ***************************************************************** Mike Daniels *****************************************************************

Mike's PRs


***************************** 1M 05/01/11 Thoroughgood Elementary PTA Seagull Sprint 6:16 3K 08/01/06 Pam Mem Scholarship 3K 15:19 5K 05/11 Portsmouth Hospital Run By The River 5K 21:07 8K 09/29/07 Neptune Festival 37:51 10K 10/30/10 Wicked 10K 48:04 10M 11/17/07 VA Dual 10 Miler 1:21:34 HM 03/16/08 Frederick 1/2 Marathon 1:47:05 MAR 10/28/07 USMC Marathon 4:26:50 ***************************** ***************************************************************** Cindy Cohen ***************************************************************** 1. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 1:31:24 2. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:50:07 3. 01/19 MLK Trail 10K 1:03:11 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 1500M 7:00 winner 5. 01/20 Tidal Basin 3000M 14:29 winner ***************************************************************** Dante Ciolfi ***************************************************************** I was born on March 18, 1955. It would have been later but my mom got tired of me doing strides up and down her womb.
Although, I am currently living in Parsippany, NJ (about 35 miles west of New York City), I valued my time in the DC metro area. From 1995-98, I was exposed to a lot of talented and dedicated DC area runners, which helped my running tremendously.
I'm fortunate to have done the following: 1994 TransAmerica Footrace (3,000 miles, Los Angeles to New York City) - 2nd overall (top American)
Open Marathon PR - 2:35
Master's Marathon PR - 2:45
***************************************************************** Duane Christy ***************************************************************** 1. 01/01 RASAC New Years Day 6.6M Fallston 2. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 miler Bethany Beach DE 34:13 1st AG 3. 01/03 RASAC Eden Mill 5 miler  Pylesville 4. 01/03 Browning Ross Winter Series 5K Rowan Univ NJ 5. 01/10 Icicle 10 Miler 1:20:42 Wilmington Del 6. 01/10 Winter Series 5K 23:10 1st AG Rowan Univ NJ 7. 01/17 RASAC 10K Donut Hill Killer 50:47 Bel Air MD 8. 01/17 Winter Series 5K 21:59 1st AG Rowan Univ NJ 9. 01/31 Winter Series 5K 22:11 2nd AG Rowan Univ NJ ***************************************************************** Imants Celtnieks ***************************************************************** My family and I arrived in the US, legally, when I was 6....1951. We settled in D.C. and I went through the schools there. At Wilson HS I pole-vaulted and ran XC in my senior year, 1963. After two years of studing hard, at Maryland U., I needed a break and volunteered for the 'Draft'. Did two years in the army, with one spent in Viet Nam. Next came marriage, family and starting my own business.....concentrating on doing the life things; money, house, cars, kids etc. I managed to skydive, ski, skate, bike, swim, motorcycle, et al., over the years and they kept me thrilled, excited and pumped with adrenaline. By my mid 40's I was quite chunky and hated the confinement. I tried everything but running was the only activity that helped get the weight off. Six plus years and I'm still lovin it immensely and enjoy the competition of racing as well. ***************************************************************** Xavier Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Rosanna Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 miler 52:38 2. 01/17 Key West Half Marathon 2:31:40 3. 01/24 Miami Marathon 5:33:36 ***************************************************************** Rafael Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Milena Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Alejandro Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Alberto Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. 01/24 Tropical 5K 53:09 ***************************************************************** Adrian Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Adan Castillo ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Nick Caretti ***************************************************************** I grew up in Western Pennsylvania (just like everybody else who lives in the Washington area). Running was not a popular sport there, so I was amazed when I moved here six years ago that hundreds of people would show up on a Saturday morning for a race. My goals for this year are to set PR's at every distance and every course. So far, so good. I am a teacher, cross country, and baseball coach at Gaithersburg High School. I graduated from Penn State in 1993 and am an avid Penn State and Pittsburgh Steeler fan. I have been married to Amy (a future runner) for 5 years and we have no kids (except for the 200 that we teach). You can find me at most local races. I am the one standing beside the dessert table wearing the Penn State hat. 1. ***************************************************************** Christina Caravoulias ***************************************************************** After weight training and doing aerobics for several years, I started running indoors on a gym track in October 1997. With encouragement from my marathoner friend, Denise, I did my first 5K and 8K races that year. After I crossed the finish line that first time, I knew was hooked, and followed up with 32 total races in 1998. Last year I ran in 65 races (including 2 half marathons and seven 10-milers) and ran my longest distance in a 17 mile training run. My greatest running achievements thus far were a second place finish in the 1999 RRCA Championship Series and placing several times in my age group, including a 3rd place at the National Press Club 5K. My goal for this year is to be able to run a 24 minute 5K race and 6 minute mile sometime in the future. I love being part of the 50 Plus Club because everyone I've met has been very friendly, caring, and supportive and that means so much to me as a beginning runner. 1. 01/01 MCRRC New Year's Day 5K 40:33 2. 01/09 DCRRC Al Lewis 10.34M 2:33:21 3. 01/17 DCRRC MLK 5K 40:18 ***************************************************************** Michael Cannon ***************************************************************** Mike was happy to enter the Grandmaster ranks. He had no idea how competitive the Grandmaster brackets really were until the spring when the racers really came out. Have to be able to eat some "humble pie" every now and then as even the 60 and older racers can blow by you every now and then. 1. 01/01 DCRRC Predictions & Resolutions 5K 21:57 2. 01/03 BRATS Frozen 5K, 22:19 3rd AG 3. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:33:58 1st AG 4. 01/18 MLK 8K Trail Run 43:33 ***************************************************************** Ray Campbell ***************************************************************** 1. ***************************************************************** Karsten Brown ***************************************************************** 1. 01/02 SVR Long Branch 5K 17:38 1st AG 2. 01/10 HCS Thunder Hill 15K 1:03:06 1st AG 3. 01/17 DCRRC JFK 20K 1:19:20 1st Master 4. 01/20 Tidal Basin 5K 18:04 winner 5. 01/30 Stickman's Tandem 5K 17:49 1st AG 6. 01/31 HCS Longfellow 10K 39:10 winner ***************************************************************** David Brond ***************************************************************** ***************************************************************** Ray Blue ***************************************************************** November 10, 2008 we lost one of our original members. Ray ran 307 races between 1998 and 2003 when he retired from running. Ray started with the 50 Plus Club in 1998. He still owns our 75-59 age group record for the 5K - Ferndale 23:34. **************************************************************** Peter Blank ***************************************************************** One of the benefits (hazards?) of doing a lot of races is that you collect a surprisingly large number of water bottles, more than you can possibly use unless you are training in the desert. Here I am at my 200th race of 2000 modeling the Jon Palks 2000 Bottle Collection. 1. **************************************************************** Robert Blanco ***************************************************************** 1. **************************************************************** Roy Blakeburn **************************************************************** 1. 01/01 Hair of the Dog 5K 23:34 1st AG **************************************************************** Lainey Bernstein **************************************************************** **************************************************************** Enos Benbow **************************************************************** 1. 01/02 Surfin Snowman 5 miler 31:28 ***************************************************************** Monika Bachmann ***************************************************************** Monika has been running for many years. Now a masters runner she prefers the longer runs, marathon and ultras. 1. **************************************************************** James Anton ***************************************************************** **************************************************************** Amanda An ***************************************************************** 1.