Congratulations to all race participants, especially to those WRC members who had a great day on the course! Several WRC runners paired up in today’s race to help each other knock out the 26.2 miles and cut through the wind that presented an occasional gust.
Individual Results (Net Time)
2:57:08 Jim Moore (M)
2:59:35 Max Lockwood (M)
3:00:12 Drew Killian (M)
3:12:20 Jenny Paul (F)
3:23:50 Julia Taylor (F)
3:29:39 Pat O'Keefe (M)
3:39:49 Jay Wind (M)
3:50:54 Kendall Tucker (F)
3:55:43 Fiona Karlsen (F)
4:13:10 Jesse Frantz (M)
4:18:03 Erin Coffey (F)
4:27:08 Adam Hoyt (M)
5:02:15 Bob Platt (M)
Additional results will be posted when they become available.
Beyond this week’s Sunday Distance Run, we will be cheering on the marathoners!
I will be staking out two spectating spots for the MCM and would love to have other non-racing WRC members join me. The first spot will be at Mile 4.2, upon the Key Bridge. The second spot will be the 16 mile marker, which is also about 10.5. It is at the entrance area of Hains Point. I plan to sneak in some training miles between these two points of interest.
Megan Haberle is planning to hover between miles 15.2/17, off 15th st, on the other side of the Tidal Basin, to provide complete race day coverage.
(See this using an excellent course map, designed by Geocentric and powered by Leaflet)
Kendall Hope Tucker is returning from Boston for the race weekend, and has invited WRCers (marathoners and supportors alike) to a mostly mandatory post-race drink-up at The Mad Hatter DC just south of Dupont Circle, from 3 PM onward (1319 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC 20036).
Good luck to all runners!
WRC Roster for the 2014 Marine Corps Marathon
WRC’s John Hallett, aka “John the Younger” sez:
I just signed up for this race and created a team for WRC, just in case anyone wants to get a team together. It sounded like a few other people, including John the Elder, plan to run LHH. If we can put a team together, we should be able to dominate the “community/open” team competition if it looks anything like last year.
The team registration for this Grand Prix race closes on Wednesday, June 4.
Joining a team is pretty easy. When you register, the site clearly gives you the option to join an existing team. Then you select the team from a drop-down menu or search for it by name (team name: Washington Running Club).
So be like the Johns: wear you club singlet, have a heart, and race with your club!
Sat Jun 14, 2014 Lawyers Have Heart 10k—Washington, DC
After last year’s return to the scene, the Washington Running Club is back to contending for team titles in all four divisions (Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Men’s Masters, and Women’s Masters) at the 2014 Boston Marathon. We’re liveblogging on race day with news, statistics, and color commentary.
In addition to the Mobile and Individual Tracking pages, Team Tracking featuring dynamic standings and team member splits across various checkpoints is also available.
So check back here throughout your morning for all the latest WRC updates. Got any race-day insights? Write to email@example.com, or send a SMS text to the WRC Hotline (571) 384-8972. Continue reading
Four teams for the Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 miler this coming Sunday! Can we improve on last year? Here’s a look at this year’s rosters:
Washington Running Club: Dudes
Team Category: Running Club Men's Open
1 Karlsen, Paul
2 Killian, Andrew
3 Masterson, Kirk
4 Stutts, Benjamin
5 Wells, Kit
Washington Running Club: Sages
Team Category: Running Club Men's Open
1 Frantz, Jesse
2 O'Keefe, Patrick
3 Savitch, Brian
4 Sullivan, Brendan
Washington Running Club: Dames
Team Category: Running Club Women's Open
1 Gorodetsky, Olga
2 Marsillo, Nancy
3 Tucker, Kendall
Washington Running Club: Mixed
Team Category: Running Club Mixed Masters
1 Hackman, Christine
2 Scarborough, James
3 Taylor, Julia
4 Wind, Jay Jacob
And here’s a map showing where to meetup after the race on Sunday, Northwest of the Washington Monument, South of the Baggage check/ pickup. Be sure to check out the other race-day maps.
We’ve made it through a pretty brutal winter, pushing each other through many long, hard, wet, and cold miles together. Spring is finally here which means Boston is near!
We have expanded greatly from last year’s Men’s Open and Women’s Open team entries. This year, perhaps for the first time in the club’s long history, WRC has officially entered team entries for all four Boston Marathon team categories. We have a very strong Women’s Open team with 8 team members competing! The other three team entries are 3 member each, for a total of 17 runners!
All can be tracked from the Boston Marathon’s AT&T Athlete Alert. Please also see The One Fund for information regarding donation & assistance for victims & their families that were most impacted by last year’s tragedy.
The current team entries are as follows:
Women's Open - Emily Buzzell, Lauren Gabler, Olga Gorodetsky,
Laura Jennings, Jenny Paul, Lucy Rogers,
Stephanie Selmer, and Katie Tomlinson
Men's Open - Drew Killian, Max Lockwood, and Brian Savitch
Women's Masters - Shinobu Kusakabe, Lydia Pelliccia, and Julia Taylor
Men's Masters - John Kendra, Jim Moore, and Jay Wind
If you are a current team member running the Boston Marathon and are not on the team entries listed below, then please let us know (if you have not already done so) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org! We are also organizing a social gathering (within a short walk of the finish area) for much needed post-race recovery.
Good luck to everyone!
WRC has two team entries for tomorrow’s Caesar Rodney Half Marathon race in Wilmington, DE and some WRC’ers training for Boston (or other upcoming marathons) will be running a 26.2k “simulator” on a flat loop at Hains Point.
In addition to both of these stimulating activities, our regular Sunday Distance Run will start at 33rd and M in Georgetown (in front of CB2). The mileage for most will be 10 to 16 miles.