10 Miles and 10 Years Ago

From the WRC Newsletter Archives:

  • Cherry Blossom 10 Miler
  • April 7th, 2002
  • Washington DC

The Cherry Blossom 10 Miler saw a number of good individual & team performances. The two men’s open team captained by Todd Martin & Kyle Yost, took fifth and eighth respectively, when nine male runners broke sixty minutes.


  • Frank Sprtel 53:16
  • Patrick Dudley 55:25
  • Kirk Baird 55:26
  • Anthony Belber 56:32
  • Jon Gardner 57:38
  • Gary O’Donnell 57:50
  • Henry Grossman 58:10
  • Bill Dunn 59:16
  • Kyle Yost 59:24
  • Chris Galaty 60:06
  • Ron McGraw 61:40
  • Roberto Rodriquez 62:30
  • Paul Durbin 65:19
  • Prasad Gerard 66:47
  • Robert Trost 70:11
  • James Scarborough 75:05

Among the women, Casey Smith, running her first ten miler ever, broke 59 minutes. Says Casey about her race.

“It would have been nice to place. If Lindsay and I hadn’t crossed the line 3 minutes after the gun, we would have done well as a team (if we fielded a full team)”


  • Casey Smith 58:49
  • Lindsay Goulet 68:24
  • Maria Kozloski 68:31
  • Sarah Buckheit 70:04

WRC Team takes 3rd Place at the St. Patrick’s Day 8k (March 11, 2012)

Congratulations to all WRC members who raced in the St. Patrick’s Day 8k this morning and especially those who signed up for the team competition:  Geoff King, Kirk Masterson, Brian Savitch, Emily Buzzell, and David Pittman.

Team scoring for the race was based on the top four team runners with at least one female required for scoring.  Team results can be found here: St. Patrick’s Day 8k Team Race Results 2012.

This is a great start to the spring road racing season!  Stay tuned for more opportunities to join WRC teams in upcoming races; the Cherry Blossom 10 Miler is up next with WRC fielding several teams for this event.

If you have any suggestions for races with team competitions, please let us know!