Congratulations to David Zerkler who ran/jumped/climbed/crawled the Spartan Beast 44km race. This is not for the faint of heart or anyone over 50!!! ;-) Overall, David placed 130 of 188 participants. Good job David!
Congratulations to Alan Miller and Guillaume Bailly who completed the Transrockies Run 2017, a 120 miles, 20,000 feet 6-day stage race.
They both did very well and their team garnered 6 silver medals throughout the week. Good job guys! You can read about their race on Facebook :
Congratulations to Raeann Rose who ran the 10km in Lachine and to Peggy Badra and Bruce Glasspoole who ran the half marathon.
Kuddos to Peggy who improved her time again in her third half marathon this year, hard work pays off!
102.9 miles is a long way to go!
The Eastern States 100 is considered one of the toughest 100 milers in the United States and an automatic Qualifier for the Western States 100. Race report to come...
The race in numbers:
Finish Time: Pierre Faucher - 30h44
Rank : 33rd of 231
1st of 15 - 55-59
3rd of 50 - 45-59
6,096 m elevation (20,000 feet)
Participants : 231
Finishers : 121
It was all about Girl Power at the Mont-Tremblant Half Marathon, congratulations to
Anna Maria Drouin, Luciana Lanni and Susan Crawford!
Congratulations to Mary Knockwood and Bernie Cornell who ran the Great Raisin River Foot Race 5 km in Williamstown. Nice work Mary on getting 1st place in your AG!
Congratulations to Eddy Nolan, Wayne Quartz, Susan Magher, Donna Magher and
Mary Silvaggio who ran the 11 km and finished with podiums in their AG! Awesome!
Mary Knockwood - 26.53 - 1st 65-69 age group
Bernie Cornell - 37:53 - 4th 65-69 age group
Eddy Nolan - 1:01:57 - 3rd 60-64 age group
Wayne Quartz - 1:10:54 - 3rd 65-69 age group
Susan Magher - 1:03:01 - 1st 65-69 age group
Donna Magher - 1:11:21 - 2nd 65-69 age group
Mary Silvaggio - 1:11:09 - 2nd 60-64 age group
Congratulations to all Phoenix runners who ran the DDO 5km race. Fast times by all!
Track workouts are paying off!
Congratulations to Elizabeth Mokrusa who ran the Défi Boréal Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue 10k. Liz is on her way back after a long foot injury and clocked in a 41:03 finishing 8th overall and first woman. If you recall, Liz ran a comeback 10k race in May and finished with a time of 43:53. She has managed to cut back almost 3 minutes in less than 3 months, my guess is that she will sub 40 minutes by years end! Liz has a 10k PB of 38:14 set in 2013 which I am betting she will improve in the coming years. Way to go Liz!
Kuddos and thank you to the Phoenix runners who volunteered at the Terry Fox water table: Mary Silvaggio, Eddy Nolan, Anna Maria Drouin, Tanya Drouin, Mary Knockwood, Bernie Cornell, Susan Magher and Wayne Quartz.
Pete, Bill, Raeann are the main (OK the only) contributors.