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Author Archives: Kirk Masterson
Unofficial Results for the 2014 Marine Corps Marathon
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.
Saturday Morning Run of Shame
Saturday, September 6, 2014
8:30 a.m. Georgetown Waterfront Park
Sponsored by the Washington Running Club
Join the Washington Running Club on a 6 mile fun run, stopping at some of DC’s notorious spots to learn of the of intrigue, scandal, shame and history. Entertaining speakers, easy pace, good conversation, great folks.
We will leave from the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Water Street at 8:30 a.m. on September 6th.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: View the route map at MapMyRun. Continue reading
Bringing Home the Pi at the Thomas Jefferson Pi Miler 5k
Congrats to Ben Stutts for his third place overall finish with a time of 18:04 and Kirk Masterson for taking first in his age group with a time of 18:32 (results)! With less than a half mile to go the first and second place (Kirk) leaders chose a different path, which likely exceeded the intended 3.14159 miles and definitely resulted in a few lost places. Expect apple pie following tomorrow morning’s long run!
St. Patrick’s Day 8k: Time matters (2nd Grand Prix Series Race)
Having conquered the alarm clock thanks to the start of daylight savings time this morning, WRC’s team battled competition and race clock to throw down high-quality, early spring racing season results:
St. Patrick's Day 8k March 09, 2014 - Washington, DC Results PLACE BIB NAME AGE NET PACE 92 1442 Rachel Clattenburg 29 0:31:10 6:17 413 2495 Christine Hackman 50 0:37:32 7:33 43 2768 Andrew Killian 34 0:29:24 5:55 93 3868 Alan Pemberton 61 0:31:14 6:17 4038 Finishers 4th of 54 CO-ED Teams (Results)
Come for the Meeting, Stay for the Party!
We’ll be celebrating another year of Sunday distance runs, Tuesday track workouts, snazzy jerseys, and good press, all while being surrounded by the folks who inspire us along the way. We’ll also elect new officers of the board and recognize members who have displayed exemplary acts of service to the club.
We Can be Heroines
- Julia Taylor conquered the ING NYC Marathon in a new personal best of 3:22:56, and 340th woman. (results)
- Megan Haberle was the 13th woman to cross The Parks 10K finish line in a new personal best of 39:51. Said Megan, while finding us for coffee afterwards, “I was too busy racing back and forth with this one woman to remember to stop my watch at the finish line.” Good! Liz Lambert et enfant achieved an expectant harrier’s division per-athlete-average of 32:01. (results)
- Lucy Rogers, while enrolled in the Wake Forest Schools of Taking Care of Business, slipped away from her studies just long enough to race the Raleigh City of Oaks Marathon to a new personal best of 3:05:26, placing 26th overall and 4th woman! (results)
Lucy and Julia will both be racing next spring at the 2014 Boston Marathon.
Great performances for all from WRC!