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Spring 2010 Race Results

Congratulations to the following MRC members on their fabulous times in these area events!

May 8th – 3rd Annual Alamance County Young Life 5K Results

2010 Young Life 5k - Photo courtesy of Leon Rice

Complete results available through East Carolina Road Racing: Overall and Age Group links

Overall / Bib # / Name / Award / Gender / Age / Time / Minute mile average

34 103 Courtney Baker 2nd place 19-35 F 28 F Mebane NC 25:36 8:15

36 204 Barbara Taylor 2nd place 36-55 F 40 F Mebane NC 25:46 8:18

65 279 Lauri Daughtry 48 F 28:32 9:11

71 107 Audra Best 29 F Burlington NC 29:11 9:24

87 193 Tammy Rice 44 F Mebane NC 30:40 9:53

89 213 Mary Helen Yehl 50 F Burlington NC 31:25 10:07

93 156 Amy Jo Johnson 41 F Mebane NC 32:09 10:21

94 104 Caleb Baker 34 M Mebane NC 32:09 10:21

95 167 Beverly Martin 47 F BurlingtonNC 32:13 10:23

109 228 Ginger Swain 38 F 33:41 10:51

121 194 Mandy Rice 21 F Mebane NC 35:09 11:19

132 119 Beth Coble 40 F Mebane NC 38:14 12:19

135 206 Michelle Thompson 42 F Graham NC 38:44 12:28

153 177 Tabitha Newton 37 F Mebane NC 44:46 14:25

154 108 Kelly Blackwell 42 F Graham NC 44:52 14:27

158 145 Carey Holland 32 F Graham NC 48:38 15:40

April 24th – Mebane Dogwood 5K Results

Complete results available through On the Mark Sports: Overall and Age Group links

Photo album links:

Photos courtesy of the Mebane Woman’s Club & the Mebane Running Club. Photographer – Elaine Bixby.

Start of the 2010 Dogwood 5K - Photo courtesy of Elaine Bixby

Mebane Running Club Member Results:

Alan Schumacher  1st place M50-59 22:59   7:25/m

Amanda Mills   30:58 9:59/M

Amy Hargrove  44:49 14:27/M

Angie North 31:09  10:03/M

Ashley Melton 31:57 10:18/M

Audra Best  27:58 9:01/M

Barb Taylor 25:10 8:07/M

Becky Peterson 40:43 13:08/M

Beth Coble  35:59 11:36/M

Beth Wilkerson  33:18 10:45/M

Beverly Martin  32:08 10:22/M

Caleb Baker 25:45 8:18/M

Carey Holland  47:00 15:10/M

Carmin Kelly 39:11 12:38/M

Caroline Ketcham (pacer)  32:59 10:38/M

Cathy O’Neal  30:49 9:56/M

Christie Walker  42:38 13:45/M

Courtney Baker (pacer) 30:48 9:56/M

David Wintringham 22:54 7:23/M

Debbie Burnette 31:39 10:13/M

Faith Howell  44:27 14:20/M

Frederique Rich 37:09 11:59/M

Ginger Swain 32:45 10:34/M

Hasije Harris  42:32 13:43/M

Heather Newberry 33:45 10:53/M

Jason (& Cash) Rogers 31:51 10:16/M

Jennifer Nunez 32:10 10:23/M

Jennifer Warren  26:56 8:41/M

Jessica Blouin 37:37 12:08/M

Jessica Pasion 44:10 14:15/M

Karen Boley 31:22 10:07/M

Kathy Colville (pacer) 45:55 14:49/M

Kelly Blackwell 45:54 14:48/M

Kimberly Cole  42:52 13:50/M

Kris Linville  37:32 12:06/M

Lauri Daughtry 28:21 9:09/M

Lisa Hooke  44:50 14:28/M

Lynn Briggs 2nd place F50-59 26:56 8:41/M

Lynn Fishel 1st place F50-59 26:23 8:31/M

Lynn Merrill 43:36 14:04/M

Lynn Waterhouse w/ Gracie Waterhouse (11) 35:32 11:28/M

Mandy Rice 32:51 10:36/M

Mary Helen Yehl 3rd place F50-59 31:47 10:15/M

Megan Squire 3rd place F30-39 26:45 8:38/M

Michelle Thompson  37:01 11:56/M

Michelle Weeks 43:37 14:04/M

Rachel Clark  34:49 11:14/M

Rhonda Melton 44:05 14:13/M

Rob Gray 39:44 12:49/M

Rod Snyder w/ McKenna Snyder (9) 31:50 10:16/M

Sarah McNulty 43:25 14:00/M

Sharon Cates  31:37 10:12/M

Tabitha Newton 45:51 14:47/M

Tammy Rice (pacer) 44:49 14:27/M

Tobias Egner 24:24 7:52/M

Tonja Womble 45:21 14:38/M

Tracey Moon 38:24 12:23/M

Wendy Edelson 35:01 11:18/M

Thanks to our pacers – Heather Moore, Courtney Baker, Kristin Riley, Sue Proctor, Kathy Colville, Caroline Ketcham, and Tammy Rice.

Thanks to our members who volunteered as road marshals, worked as part of the Mebane Woman’s Club event organization or just came to cheer everyone on – Annie Martinie, Beth Payne, Charlie & Linda Kroger, Denise Snyder, Sarah & Pete Elder, Courtney Doi, Stephanie Rankin, Katie & Reed LaPlante, Rebecca Brouwer, Leon Rice, Sherri Buckner, Jim McNulty, Elaine Bixby and Tracy Page.

April 10th Charlotte Racefest 10K – Charlotte, NC

Chip Time

Courtney Baker       50:50

Caleb Baker             53:10

Courtney & Caleb at Charlotte RaceFest 10K - Photo courtesy of Courtney Baker

March 27th Raleigh Rocks Half Marathon – Raleigh, NC

Chip Time      Gun Time

Lynn Briggs    2:16:10               2:17:31

Tammy Rice   2:16:28               2:17:49

Lynn & Tammy at the Raleigh Rocks Half - Photo courtesy of Leon Rice

March 27th Cooper River Bridge 10K – Charleston, SC

Chip Time          Gun Time

Denise Snyder     48:33                   49:50

Tracy Page           51:22                    54:33

Rebecca Brouwer  57:02                1:01:55

Annie Martinie     57:02                 1:01:56

Beth Payne      57:35                      1:02:28

Sarah Elder   1:06:20                   1:15:50

2010 Bridge Run participants - Photo courtesy Rebecca Brouwer

March 21st Quintiles Marathon – Wrightsville Beach, NC

Lynn Waterhouse    4:31:57

March 21st Tobacco Road Half Marathon – Cary, NC

Stephanie Rankin    Gun time 2:06:05   Chip time  2:05:25   9:35/m

March 20th United Healthcare North Carolina Half Marathon – High Point, NC

Lynn Fishel  2nd place F50-54     Gun time 2:02:58  Chip time 2:02:19  9:20/m

March 20th Kidney Kare 5k – Chapel Hill, NC

Mary Helen Yehl     34:55            11:16/m

Mandy Rice               35:19              11:24/m

Faith Howell and Tammy Rice walked the event for practice. Great job all!

Mandy Rice, Faith Howell and Mary Helen Yehl at the Kidney Kare 5K

March 20th Zeta Franklin Street 5K – Chapel Hill, NC

Amanda Blankenship   29:35

Send us some pictures and we’ll post them here!!!!

February 21st Charity Race Results

Coach Bubba
Congratulations to Bob Rankin on a great 1:52 time in the Coach Bubba 20km race in Durham.

Results available at:
http://www.off-n-running.com/results/results.htm



Zeta Franklin 5K
Congrats to the MRC & FP members who participated in the Franklin St. 5K in Chapel Hill. What a great showing!

Results are available at:
http://www.setupevents.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=event_detail&eventID=1213

Particpants:
M 30 – 39 8th Jason Rogers 25:36
M 50- 59 8th Mike Aydt 27:27
W 18 – 29 6th Sarah Elder 23:00
W 18 – 29 37th Annie Luxmore 26:33
W 30 – 39 5th Kim Powell-Bailey 27:27
W 30 – 39 13th Adriana Tavernise 33:03
W 40 – 49 12th Michelle Thompson 35:29
W 50 – 59 7th Sue Proctor 37:29

Upcoming Races – Krispy Kreme Challenge, St. Valentine’s Marathon Relay & Coach Bubba

Zeta Franklin 5K – February 21st – Chapel Hill

The Franklin 5K supports multiple local community organizations. The Arc of Orange County, The Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation, The Lineberger Cancer Center at UNC Hospitals, and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Please consider making a donation to these organizations during the registration process.

Registration Link:
http://www.setupevents.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=event_detail&eventID=1213

Pricing
Before Wednesday, February 18, 2009:Individual Participant: $15.00
Before Saturday, February 21, 2009:Individual Participant: $20.00

Note: On-line Registration for this event closes on 02-18-2009 at 9:30 AM. On-site registration MAY be available during normal packet pick up hours.

Please review this event site for more details regarding on-site registration.

On-site registration is available for this event on 02-21-2009 during normal packet pick up hours. Race morning from 8-9AM.
Race day registrations are $20 and will be accepted until 9AM race day.

Timing Chips will be distributed race morning and must be returned at the conclusion of the event prior to leaving the finish line chute.


2/7 – Krispy Kreme ChallengeWho’s in?
The Krispy Kreme Challenge is an annual,student-operated race in Raleigh, North Carolina benefiting the NC Children’s Hospital. Beginning in 2004 with a mere 12 participants,the race has grown exponentially to a whopping 3,000 runners in the 2008 race and has rapidly become one of NC State University’s newest traditions. Beginning at the NC State Belltower, each runner runs 2 miles to the Krispy Kreme store located on Peace St. in Raleigh. After downing a full dozen of the famous Krispy Kreme doughnuts, the runner must run the two miles back. All in one hour. The challenge attracts a wide range of runners from beginners to serious competitors hailing from all corners of the country. With an expected participation of 5,000 runners, we are expecting the 2009 race to be our greatest (and most beneficial) race yet.

Register online. Race starts at approximately 9am.

Options include:
CHALLENGER: $16.00 4 miles, 12 doughnuts, and a t-shirt.
CASUAL: $16.00 4 miles, some doughnuts, and a t-shirt.
SUPPORTER: $10.00 T-shirt only.


2/15 – St. Valentine’s Massacre Marathon Relay
Scott from Off N Running says that Country Park in Greensboro is reserved for this annual race (as are the much envied hoodies). We expect for information to be posted on the
Off N Running website soon.

This is a full marathon, run solo or in 2 or 4 person teams. Last year we had three four person teams and one single man team. We are hoping to have at least that many this year! No experience necessary to run in the event, just a sense of humor and a willingess to end up slightly cold and sore. If you are interested in learning more about this event,
visit this post from last March.

Already know that you want to be on a team? Email Stephanie R. your full name, contact information and age ASAP so that she can start working on the team line-up. (Check the roster for her email adddress.)

2/21 – Coach Bubba 4M & 20K
Carolina Godiva Track Club will present the fifth annual Coach Bubba 20 km and 4 Mile Road Races on Saturday, February 21, 2009. Register online at www.coachbubba.com.

From the Coachbubba.com website: Godiva Track Club established this event to honor Bruce Koenig, affectionately known as Coach Bubba, and his contributions to the running community. He was a founder of Godiva’s Marathon Training Program as well as its Running Start program for those just beginning to run.Since its inception, the race has benefited The American Heart Association, the Triangle Rails to Trails Conservancy, and the American Tobacco Trail. This year, the primary charitable beneficiary is Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA), a treatment and rehabilitation program founded in Durham. We’re doing all that we can to make this a runner-friendly, memorable experience for all participants.