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Runners with 300-399 miles
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9/21/17

Awards and Achievements for 2016

Runners who WIN! fifty (50) races in a year earn the Poulos Award.


Cindy Cohen has 30 WINS Noah Wood has 20 WINS Ted Poulos has 18 WINS Karsten Brown has 18 WINS Dave Walser has 5 WINS Karen Young has 4 WINS Mardiny Ung has 4 WINS Lokesh Kumar Meena has 4 WINS Tami Graf has 3 WINS Jeanette Novak has 3 WINS Steve Speirs has 2 WINS Terry McLaughlin has 2 WINS Duane Christy has 2 WINS Kirk Gordon has 2 WINS Jaime Cantlon has 2 WINS Denise Knickman has 1 WINS Mike Cannon has 1 WINS Mitch Radella has 1 WINS

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Runners who run more than fifty (50) races in a single distance earn the Blank Award named after Peter Blank whose sixty (60) 5Ks in 1999 is the first known instance. Currently there have been 158 times a BLANK Award has been earned and 11 Double BLANK Awards, (100) races in a single distance, and 1 Triple BLANK Awards, (150) races in a single distance. Multiple BLANK Awards are for more than one category with a BLANK in a Year. There have been 13 BLANK Doubles and 6 BLANK Triples. As of 12/31/16

Duane Christy is the first runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award. Jeanette Novak is the second runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award. Robert McGill is the third runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award. John Palks is the fourth runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award. Ted Poulos is the fifth runner [with (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Award. Dave McSherry is the sixth runner [with (50) 10Ks] to earn the Blank Award.

is the first runner [with (100) 5Ks] to earn the Double Blank Award.

Name is the first runner [with (50) 1Ms and (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Double Award.

Name is the first runner [with (50) 1Ms, (50) 3Ks, and (50) 5Ks] to earn the Blank Triple Award.

Name is the first runner [with (150) 5Ks] to earn the Triple Blank Award.

Blank Awards

On Pace for FIFTY
NAME                   DISTANCE          TIMES
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Duane Christy                  5K        84
Jeanette Novak                 5K        73
Robert McGill                  5K        64
Jon Palks                      5K        64
Ted Poulos                     5K        56
Dave McSherry                 10K        50
Kirk Gordon                    5K        48
James Moreland                 5K        46
Cindy Cohen                    5K        44
Leeann Waltz                   5K        42
Mardiny Ung                    5K        42
Karen Young                    5K        41
Robert Gurtler                 5K        39
Jaime Cantlon                  5K        39
Georgette O'Cone               5K        38
Bill Stahr                     5K        37
Ted Poulos                     1M        37
Terry McLaughlin               1M        35
Jack Vassalotti                5K        35
Mike Cannon                    5K        33
Ted Poulos                     3K        33
Karen Young                   10K        31
David Donahue                  5K        31
John Duffy                     5K        30
Jay Epstein                    5K        30
Lokesh Kumar Meena             5K        28
Bill Stahr                    10K        26
Jerri Fleetwood                5K        26
Noah Wood                      5K        25
Kirk Gordon                    1M        25
Tim Ramsey                     5K        24
Jeanette Novak                 1M        24
Dave Walser                    5K        23
Jeanette Novak                 3K        23
Terry McLaughlin               3K        22
Sharlene Deskins               5K        22
Steve Scudder                  5K        22
Lisa Voicheck                  5K        22
Mark Voicheck                  5K        22
Eric Johnston                  5K        21
Mitch Radella                  5K        21
Jay Wind                       5K        20
Cindy Cohen                   OTHER      19
Sandra Waldee-Warden           5K        19
Jeanette Novak                OTHER      18
Jay Wind                       1M        18

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One a Day Miles Raced Awards

Runners with more than

300 Miles Raced

Bill Stahr is the first runner to top (300) Miles raced. Steve Speirs is the second runner to top (300) Miles raced. Karen Young is the third runner to top (300) Miles raced. Karsten Brown is the fourth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Kirk Gordon is the fifth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Jeanette Novak is the sixth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Ted Poulos is the seventh runner to top (300) Miles raced. Ronnie Wong is the eighth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Dave McSherry is the ninth runner to top (300) Miles raced. James Moreland is the tenth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Cindy Cohen is the eleventh runner to top (300) Miles raced. Duane Christy is the twelfth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Jay Wind is the thirteenth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Lokesh Kumar Meena is the fourteenth runner to top (300) Miles raced. Robert McGill is the fifteenth runner to top (300) Miles raced. John Way is the sixteenth runner to top (300) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

400 Miles Raced

Bill Stahr is the first runner to top (400) Miles raced. Karen Young is the second runner to top (400) Miles raced. Steve Speirs is the third runner to top (400) Miles raced. Ronnie Wong is the fourth runner to top (400) Miles raced. Karsten Brown is the fifth runner to top (400) Miles raced. Kirk Gordon is the sixth runner to top (400) Miles raced. Ted Poulos is the seventh runner to top (400) Miles raced. Jeanette Novak is the eighth runner to top (400) Miles raced. Lokesh Kumar Meena is the ninth runner to top (400) Miles raced. James Moreland is the tenth runner to top (400) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

500 Miles Raced

Bill Stahr is the first runner to top (500) Miles raced. Ronnie Wong is the second runner to top (500) Miles raced. Karen Young is the third runner to top (500) Miles raced. Karsten Brown is the fourth runner to top (500) Miles raced. Steve Speirs is the fifth runner to top (500) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

600 Miles Raced

Bill Stahr is the first runner to top (600) Miles raced. Karen Young is the second runner to top (600) Miles raced. Steve Speirs is the third runner to top (600) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

700 Miles Raced

Bill Stahris the first runner to race (700) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

800 Miles Raced

Name is the first runner to race (800) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

900 Miles Raced

Name is the first runner to race (900) Miles raced.

Runners with more than

1000 Miles Raced

Name is the first runner to race (1000) Miles raced.

Name is the first runner to race (1100) Miles raced.
Name is the first runner to race (1200) Miles raced.
Name is the first runner to race (1300) Miles raced.

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Buckler Awards

Runners with (50) races are Single Bucklers. Runners with (100) races are Double Bucklers. Runners with (150) are Triple Bucklers. Runners with (200) races are Grand Slam Bucklers. If anyone ever reaches (250), they can make up their own title, which for NOW will be called Diamond Buckler. Runners with (300) will be called Platinum Buckler. Runners with (350) will be called Royale Buckler. One a Day Buckler when someone reaches 365.

ONE A DAY Bucklers

Runners with more than

365 Races

Bill Stahr is the first runner ever to reach (365) races.

Royale Bucklers

Runners with more than

350 Races


Bill Stahr is the first runner ever to top (350) races.

Platinum Bucklers

Runners with more than

300 Races


Ted Poulos is the first runner ever to top (300) races with 337 in 2003. Bill Stahr is the second runner to top (300) races with 369 in 2014.

Name is the first runner to top (300) races.

Diamond Bucklers

Runners with more than

250 Races


Ted Poulos is the first runner ever to top (250) races with 337 in 2003. Bill Stahr is the second runner to top (250) races with 369 in 2014.

Name is the first runner to top (250) races.

Grand Slam Bucklers

Runners with more than

200 Races

Runners have raced 200 or more races in a year 15 times as of 12/31/2016.

Name is the first runner to top (200) races.

Triple Bucklers

Runners with more than

150 Races

Runners have raced 150 or more races in a year 48 times as of 12/31/2016.

Ted Poulos is the first runner to top (150) races. Jeanette Novak is the second runner to top (150) races.

Double Bucklers

Runners with more than

100 races

Runners have raced 100 or more races in a year 188 times as of 12/31/16.

Bill Stahr is the first runner to top (100) races. Ted Poulos is the second runner to top (100) races. Jeanette Novak is the third runner to top (100) races. Kirk Gordon is the fourth runner to top (100) races. Karen Young is the fifth runner to top (100) races. Cindy Cohen is the sixth runner to top (100) races. Duane Christy is the seventh runner to top (100) races.

Single Bucklers

Runners with more than

50 Races

Ted Poulos is the first runner to top (50) races. Bill Stahr is the second runner to top (50) races. Jeanette Novak is the third runner to top (50) races. Karen Young is the fourth runner to top (50) races. Kirk Gordon is the fifth runner to top (50) races. Cindy Cohen is the sixth runner to top (50) races. Jameas Moreland is the seventh runner to top (50) races. Duane Christy is the eighth runner to top (50) races. John Way is the ninth runner to top (50) races. Robert Gurtler is the tenth runner to top (50) races. Jay Wind is the eleventh runner to top (50) races. Robert McGill is the twelfth runner to top (50) races. Terry McLaughlin is the thirteenth runner to top (50) races. Karsten Brown is the fourteenth runner to top (50) races. Dave McSherry is the fifteenth runner to top (50) races. Jon Palks is the sixteenth runner to top (50) races. Lokesh Kumar Meena is the seventeenth runner to top (50) races. Steve Scudder is the eighteenth runner to top (50) races. Mardiny Ung is the nineteenth runner to top (50) races. Tami Graf is the twentieth runner to top (50) races. Leeann Waltz is the twenty-first runner to top (50) races.

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Overall Year Leaders



Overall
Ted Poulos 14 1997, 1999-2006, 2011-13, 2016 Peter Blank 4 2007-10 Mitch Radella 1 1998 Bill Stahr 1 2014

1500M - Mile
Peter Blank 11 2000, 2004, 2006-2014 Ted Poulos 8 1998-99, 2001-2003, 2005, 2015-16

3000M - 2 mile
Ted Poulos 15 1999-2007, 2010-15 Peter Blank 2 2008-09 Al Greuter 1 1998

3 Mile - 5000M
Mitch Radella 5 1998-2000, 2002, 2004 Robert McGill 5 2006-10 Jon Palks 4 2001, 2005, 2012, 2015 Jon Williams 2 2011, 2013 Ted Poulos 1 2003 Bill Stahr 1 2014 Duane Christy 1 2016

8000M - 5 Mile
Jon Palks 4 2003-2004, 2008, 2010 Imants Celtnieks 3 1998t, 1999, 2000t Robert McGill 3 2000t, 2005t, 2011t Bill Stahr 3 2014-16 Chuck Raper Jr. 2 2001-02 Ted Poulos 2 1998t, 2005t Karsten Brown 2 2007, 2009 Mike Trott 2 2012-13 Bob Gurtler 1 2006 Karen Young 1 2011t

6 Mile - 10K
David McSherry 13 1998-2000, 2003-08, 2013-16 Karen Young 2 2011-12 Walt Washburn 1 2001 Imants Celtnieks 1 2002 Bill Stahr 1 2009 Jon Palks 1 2010

15K - 10 Mile
Imants Celtnieks 4 1999, 2003-04, 2005t Karsten Brown 4 2005t, 2007, 2008t, 2009 John Way 4 2011t-12, 2014-15 Karen Young 3 2008t, 2011t, 2013 Dante Ciolfi 1 1998 Ted Poulos 1 2000 James Moreland 1 2001 John Winkert 1 2002 Jon Palks 1 2006 Kirk Gordon 1 2008t Chris Farmer 1 2010 Mike Trott 1 2016

20K - HM
Karen Young 5 2005t, 2006, 2012-14 Imants Celtnieks 4 2000, 2001t, 2004, 2005t Bill Stahr 4 2007-08, 2015-16 Steve Scudder 2 2001t, 2002 Denise Knickman 1 1998 John Smeby 1 1999 Mitch Radella 1 2003t Patrick Griffith 1 2003t Robert McGill 1 2003t Chris Farmer 1 2009 Robert Wolhar 1 2010 Mike Trott 1 2011t Lisa Voicheck 1 2011t Mark Voicheck 1 2011t

Marathon
Karsten Brown 8 2007, 2009-12, 2013t, 2015-2016t Ronnie Wong 7 2004-06, 2008, 2013t-2014, 2016t Janet Newburgh 3 1998-2000 Billy Lese 3 2001-03

Other
Jon Palks 4 2004, 2006-07, 2009 John Way 3 2011-12, 2016 James Moreland 2 2001, 2002 Karsten Brown 2 2005, 2008t Karen Young 2 2010, 2013 Bill Stahr 2 2014, 2015 Imants Celtnieks 1 1998 Richard Dean 1 1999 Robert McGill 1 2000 Ted Poulos 1 2003 Shirley Sameshima1 2008t

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Double Awards

Double digits - 10 or more in a racing category

Runners with at least ten races in two categories earn a double-double. Ten or more races in three categories is a triple-double. Ten or more races in four categories is a quadruple-double and so on.

NAME - 
Double Double
Triple Double
Quadruple Double
Quintuple Double
Sextuple Double
Septuple Double
Octuple Double
Nonuple Double



Name Double Ted Poulos Quintuple Double Jeanette Novak Quintuple Double Bill Stahr Quadruple Double John Way Quadruple Double Kirk Gordon Quadruple Double Karen Young Quadruple Double Jay Wind Triple Double Cindy Cohen Triple Double Lokesh Kumar Meena Triple Double Tami Graf Triple Double Terry McLaughlin Double Double Eric Johnston Double Double Mike Trott Double Double Jeanne Larrison Double Double James Moreland Double Double Ronnie Wong Double Double Dave McSherry Single Double Robert Gurtler Single Double Jon Palks Single Double Duane Christy Single Double David Donahue Single Double Sharlene Deskins Single Double Jaime Cantlon Single Double John Duffy Single Double Leeann Waltz Single Double James Rohr Single Double Jay Epstein Single Double Noah Wood Single Double Mardiny Ung Single Double Mark Voicheck Single Double Lisa Voicheck Single Double Jack Vassalotti Single Double Steve Scudder Single Double Dave Walser Single Double Lori Waldee-Warden Single Double Georgette O'Cone Single Double Karsten Brown Single Double Tim Ramsey Single Double Mitch Radella Single Double John Way Single Double Jerri Fleetwood Single Double Sandra Waldee-Warden Single Double James Scarborough Single Double John Winkert Single Double Adam Kiely Single Double Christina Caravoulias Single Double Rosanna Castillo Single Double

Chris Farmer Nonuple Double or Farmer Reigning king from 2012

2016: Bill Stahr moves up to the septuple along with John Way. There have been seventeen times with seven or more categories. John Way has seven of them. Kirk Gordon had asextuple double. Ted Poulos was joined by Jeannette Novak at quintuple. James Moreland and Mike Trott had the quadruple.

2015: Cindy Cohen moves up to the septuple along with John Way. There have been fifteen times with seven or more categories. John Way has six of them. Bill Stahr, James Moreland, Kirk Gordon, and Eric Johnston had sextuple doubles. Ted Poulos had the lone quintuple.

2014: Bill Stahr led the way with a septuple double, and wins in three categories as well as a record total of 369. Karsten Brown and Mike Trott had sextuple doubles. Ted Poulos, Jay Wind, and Cindy Cohen each had a quintuple double, with James Moreland the lone quadruple.

2013: John Way, Bill Stahr, and Eric Johnston had septuple doubles. Karen Young had a sextuple double. James Moreland, Cindy Cohen, Karen Young, and Mike Cannon each had a quintuple double. John Way, Ted Poulos, and Kirk Gordon had quadruple douubles.

2012: Chris Farmer breaks new ground with a first nonuple double. John way repeats with another septuple double. Karen Young, Bill Stahr, and Eric Johnston had quintuples
Five had quadruples.

2011: John Way leads all with a septuple. Karen Young, and Karsten Brown had quintuples
Bill Stahr, Ted Poulos, and Bob Gurtler had quadruples.
Eleven runners had a Blank with two missing by one race.

2010: John Way leads all with a first octuple. Karen Young, Bill Stahr, and Chris Farmer had quintuples
Jon Palks had the biggest Blank Triple with 5K, 5M, & 10K

2009: Karsten Brown leads all with a septuple. Jon Palks added to his OTHER record with 53.
Chris Farmer pulverized the HM record with 54. Bill Stahr climbed to the top at the 10K with 78.
John Way and Karen Young had quintuple doubles.

2008: John Way leads all with a septuple.
Bill Stahr tied his half marathon record with 14 while earning the
sextuple matching Kirk Gordon and Karen Young her earned her last double the final,
day of the year. Kasten brown had two nines
otherwise he would have had a septuple.
Both James Moreland and Shirley Sameshima also just missed.

2007: Kirk Gordon leads everyone
with a septuple. Karsten Brown and Karen Young both had a sextuple.
Bill Stahr led four runners with quintuples and a new half marathon
record with 14. Dave McSherry now has a record 69 10Ks.

2006: Ted Poulos slows to
quintuple while Karsten Brown stayed there.
Karen Young and Kirk Gordon joined James Moreland at the lead with a
sextuple. Jon Palks earned another trophy
with 28 10 milers and Karen Young broke the half marathon with 12.

2005: It was seventh year the
sextuplet for Ted Poulos. James Moreland also had the sextuplet too.
Karsten Brown and Jay Wind had a quintuple double. Three more runners
had the quadruple.Jon Palks scored another trophy with 146 5Ks.

2004: Sixth year the sextuplet
for Ted Poulos, as well as Christina Caravoulias, and Jay Wind. Imants
Celtnieks and James Moreland did the quintuplets. Four runners moved to
quadruple. Mitch Radella had another 100 plus 5K year. Jon Palks had
two Blanks, including the OTHER category. Now only the HM and 10M
remain unBlanked.

2003: For the fifth year Ted
Poulos had a sextuple-double, including
records in three categories and season's best in another. New comer
Kirk Gordon swiftly raced to a quintuple double as did Christina
Caravoulias.
Seven runners moved to quadruple. The big story was the specificity.
Jon Palks had only a triple favoring 5 milers, 5Ks and a long shot stab
at the other record. Dave MSherry had 63 10Ks and 36 5Ks and left the
other races alone. Prolific 5Ker Mitch
Radella had nearly 100 5ks but only a triple.

2002: James Moreland repeated
with his second septuple-double, closely followed by John Winkert's
first septuple. For the fourth year in a row, Ted Poulos had a
sextuple-double, three times
falling short in the 15K/10M category. Seemingly the easiest record to
beat, John Winkert
tied that record with 12 in that category. Christina Caravoulias
repeats the quintuple,
and while Jay Wind dropped back from last year's sextuple for the
quintuple, Peter Blank
leapfrogged the quad from last year's triple to gain his first
quintuple. Karsten Brown
surged up from last year's double double to the quintuple. Robert
McGill and Patrick
Griffith moved up to the quadruple double.

2001: James Moreland earned the
the first septuple-double.
John Winkert and Jay Wind moved up to the sextuple-double with Ted
Poulos. Chuck Raper and
Chris Caravoulias made the quintuple-double and Robert McGill made the
quadruple-double.
Five others tripled. Ted Poulos earned a sextuple-double in 1998, 1999,
and 2000 falling
just short of the septuple-double with 9 ten-milers the first two years
and the missing
the double in the OTHER in 2000. John Winkert also earned a sextuple
double, falling short
in the 10M. John Smeby earned a quintuple-double for two years but with
103 5Ks stopped at
a double-double this year.

2000: James Moreland rebounded
from five months
injured to have a quintuple-double, just missing the septuple with nine
in both the 5M
and the 10M. He slept in for the Cherry Blossom "snow storm." He also
was stopped at 99
races when the killer blizzard of 2000 canceled the Greenbelt 20 Miler
on December 30.
Imants Celtnieks had a quadruple-double in 1998, moved up to
quintuple-double in 1999.
He dropped back to the quadruple-double, going half marathon crazy with
10. Peter Blank
earned quintuple-double in 1999 and quadruple-double in 2000. Bill
Osburn earned
quadruple-double in 1999. Jay Wind earned quadruple-double in 1998,
triple-double
in 1999, and quintuple-double in 2000. Robert McGill, even with 81 5Ks,
earned a
quadruple-double. Chris Caravoulias earned her first quadruple-double
in 2000.
Mitch Radella earned a triple-double even with 111 5Ks.