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Published on May 29, 2014, by in Information.

Quickie 1

Quickie Start

Quickie Start

 

The Annual MCRR Quickie was held on May 26. The first and fastest finishers were Rick Roman for the men, and Angela Demchuck for the women. Chuck Jambe won the prize for the closest predicted time. Thanks to Renee Harden for directing.

 

Here are all who ran:

Jack Reilly
Barb Clutter
Angie Kovacs
Keith Johnston
Chuck Jambe
Alana Roman
Alex Bartschi
Chip Jenkins
Jim Persichitti
Liz Bartoe
Dave Sours
Adriana Lockman
Corey Lockman
Lisa Eliason
Jack McDaniel
Chase Merriman
Dave Eliason
Brian Rosenstock
Dan Horvath
Rick Roman
Harold Dravenstott
Alan Dravenstott
Angela Demchuk
Katia Demchuk
Felicia Fago
Ryan Berthold
Steve Combs
Bob Pokorny

 

Link to the photos by John McCarroll

 
 
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Published on May 2, 2014, by in Uncategorized.
Place First Last Gender Age Time
1 Avery Collins M 21 10:21
2 Bob Hellgren M 33 12:53
3 Jason Bour M 45 13:31
4 Michael Moran M 44 14:06
5 Ben Hawes 14:06:30
6 Ronald Ross M 55 14:10
7 Rob Carroll M 37 14:25
8 Roger Walker M 44 14:25
9 Nick Billock M 40 15:32
10 Paul Lefelhocz M 45 16:09
11 Tami Rhoades F 44 17:13
 
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Published on May 2, 2014, by in Uncategorized.
Place First Name Last Name Gender Age Time
1 Nathan Szabados M 24 4:28
2 Dave Wank M 38 4:52
3 Zachary Johnson M 37 5:09
4 Tim Edwards M 37 5:34
5 Mark Sukie M 46 5:34
6 Connie Gardner F 50 5:44
7 Matthew Kornaker M 29 5:58
8 Michael Schaffer M 52 6:01
9 Thaddeus Metzger M 29 6:13
10 Eddie Carrigg M 48 6:15
11 Michael Fisher M 45 6:18
12 Courtney Baker F 43 6:42
13 Christopher Johnson M 38 6:46
14 Chris Pabian 6:58
15 Chase Merriman M 30 6:59
16 Cathy Faye F 35 7:15
17 Andrew Feast M 45 7:27
18 Mark Monachino M 54 7:38
19 Christina Sparks F 35 7:40
20 Amy Frank-Hensley F 45 7:41
21 Sean Hensley M 43 7:41
22 Melissa Cairns F 34 7:44
23 Bob Drake M 57 7:53
24 Marsha Clifford F 43 7:54
25 Dan Daubner M 46 7:54
26 Jennifer Carlin F 40 7:55
27 Tammy Abbe F 46 9:38
 
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Published on May 2, 2014, by in Uncategorized.
Place First Name Last Name Gender Age Time
1 Kevin Hippley M 37 2:09
2 Clinton Metzger M 22 2:22
3 Jeff Lynn M 46 2:29
4 Phillip Budowanec M 32 2:30
5 James Fisher M 34 2:34
6 Brian Rosenstock M 33 2:48
7 John Pavlick M 52 2:49
8 Hisao Kato M 43 2:50
9 Charles Elkins M 41 2:57
10 Dave Crain M 54 2:58
11 Mike Stokes M 47 3:00
12 Chris Disantis M 48 3:07
13 Renee Watson F 47 3:07
14 Paul Rehbergar F 45 3:16
15 Stephen Heupler M 49 3:21
16 Heather Abbey F 30 3:22
17 Amy Grentzer F 38 3:22
18 Melinda Bednarik F 25 3:23
19 Chris Wolny M 39 3:25
20 Laura Nusbaum F 40 3:32
21 Adrienne Luke F 28 3:39
22 Tara Schweitzer F 38 3:39
23 Sue Angell F 3:40
24 Wild Bill Wagner M 39 3:40
25 Vicki Mitchell F 45 3:43
26 Pamela Pickel F 3:49
27 Kathleen Alexander F 37 3:54
28 Katrina Burns F 38 3:54
29 Peg Sonday F 47 3:54
30 Casey Steen F 36 3:58
31 Robert F Liggett M 47 3:59
32 Kristin Anderson F 46 3:59
33 Jodie Brewer F 40 4:03
34 Cheri Crum F 36 4:03
35 Dawn Herrick F 45 4:17
36 Wendi Polman F 42 4:41
37 Heather Oakes F 37 4:49
38 Gale Connor F 55 5:05
 
 
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Hinckley Buzzard 1

Training for a Spring Half-Marathon or Marathon? Like warm winter road running on the Hills of Hinckley? That first hill on Bellus will surely do the trick. Join us for weekly training runs, Sunday mornings at Hinckley Metropark. We will begin these runs on Sunday, January 19, 2014.

 

TheA Run at Hinckley 2re are three choices. If you’re an over-achiever, you can try two, or all three of them.The early-birds will start at 5:15 AM, middle of the road folks will begin at 7:00 AM, and the late risers can roll out of bed and begin running at 8:30 AM. The loop is a on the hilly roads around the part. It’s nine miles. You can add on three mile lake loops if you wish.

 

It may be best to begin with one nine-mile loop, gradually increase the length by adding one or more lake loops, and possibly work up to two big ones.

 

Meet at the large parking lot adjacent to the spillway.

 

See you there!

 

A Run at Hinckley 1

 
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Published on June 30, 2013, by in Races.

A great time was had by all, both runners and volunteers alike, at the 2013 MCRR Pump & Run 5k. We couldn’t have been luckier with the weather, either!

A huge thanks to our sponsors and volunteers who made the race possible, and to all the competitors who came out to inspire us all.

Results for this event can be found under the Races -> Pump & Run tab.

John McCarroll graciously photographed this event, and those photos can be found on his SmugMug page. Thanks, John!

 
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Published on June 2, 2013, by in Races.

The Sherwin-Williams Women’s Club and The City Mission present:

Running with a Mission 5K Run and 1.5 Mile Walk.

Proceeds benefit Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center.

For more information or to register <a href=”http://www.zapevent.com/ListActivities.aspx?eventid=3254″>visit their site</a>.

This race takes place inside the Cleveland Zoo and includes admission!

 

 

 
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Published on May 27, 2013, by in Uncategorized.

A cool and crisp morning for the Annual MCRR Quickie run at Roscoe Ewing Park.

OFFICIAL 2013 MCRR QUICKIE RESULTS:

1 Bob Jones 13:12 (predicted 13:59) – Men’s winning time

2 Chris Thomas 14:06 (predicted 13:58) – Men’s winning prediction

3 Patti Tomasello 14:48 (predicted 15:45) – Women’s winning time AND prediction

4 Dan DeRosha and his doggie 14:59 (no prediction)

5 Ryan Berthold 15:12 (predicted 16:10)

6 Harold Dravenstott 15:14 (predicted 17:07)

7 Shari Geiger 15:37 (predicted 17:08)

8 Angela Demchuk 15:41 (predicted 17:11)

9 Felicia Fago 19:57 (no prediction)

10 Delaney Geiger 20:25 (predicted 18:30)

11 Jim Tomasello 21:45 (predicted 24:18)

Congrats everyone! Thanks to Beth Bugner and Pete Jendre for helping!