RACE 13.1 Half
Jennifer Barker: Proves to herself she still has it and can crush 13 miles!
Pam Dieffenbauch: Getting in her long run with a little race as she trains for the London Marathon
Myra Rasmussen: She’s coming back! Long run training done as a 13.1 race. She’s ready to have a great race at QWB.
Great job Erica Svab and Brian Eber on their finishes!
Anthony Enoch – who also did the Miami half marathon in January! Anothony on the 13.1 roll again
RACE 13.1 10k
Kyle Phllips – 41:40 took 1st overall in the 10K
Katie Elzer-Peters: Another big race completed! Katie is ready to finish her first half this spring! Nice run Katie!
RACE 13.1 5k
Matt Janick – PRed in the 5K and took 2nd overall first time breaking 20 – 19:59!
BNP TRAIL JAM
Thank you Coach Brian for hosting such an awesome event! Lots of great comments coming out of the BNP Jam!
Makayla and Kaitlyn went 1 and 2 in the 3.5 mile trail race
Coach Tom won the 8 mile trail race.
Anna Maltby: 8 miler for a breather from marathon training
Ray Caffee: Great 8 mile race while knee deep in Tri training.
Walt Greer: Solid running and next up QWB Half.
Mike Nichols: Showing the trails who’s boss.
Nicole Moss: WIth her first trail race. She wins biggest smile award.
Ron George: Had a super solid race and his fitness is in place for the first marathon at QWB marathon.
Sarah Horton: Back to back races and had a great time finishing 2nd in her AG!
Lesly Jurado: Having a great time on trails! Nice work
Ty Rabon – getting over “the bug” but gutted it out prepping for tri season!
Patrick Horning: Great race and smiling as usual: Next up the Umstead Marathon. Digging on the trails.
Beth Greer: Back to Back racing and having a great day too. The big dance is coming with a 50 miler in a few weeks.
Brooks Smith: Brought a friend and battled it out. Had fun and always loves a good trail run.
Bill McGee: He had a amazing half in Columbus on Sunday! 1:34:19. Great race and a huge confidence builder for the QWB Marathon. Way to get it done Bill!
39 min Half Marathon PR in 4 months!!! Logan Bonathan is truly Without Limits. He ran 2:37 for his half in October, started WOL in December and today broke the 2 hour barrier with a 1:58:18 at the Austin Half in Texas. Cool that he is a remote athlete and lives in that awesome city too!!! Logan, Onward and Upward and more amazing adventures and PR’s are headed your way!
Shay Hutchings posted back to back Half Marathons and ran 1:32 today in Palm Springs after running 1:33 last week and bringing home some hardware. If Palm Springs had hills, the half marathon found them, but running strong as always he had a great day! Congrats Shay on 2 strong half marathons!
Oak Island Half
Christine Bean: Enjoying her BA medal!! Her longest run since November, she is running strong and ready for MB half in March.
Oak Island 5k
Ned Glascock: Oops! Caught up in the pack going the wrong direction, he still finishes with a strong time! Nice work Ned!
Middle Georgia Epic 100K
Jose Gonzalez: First gravel (multi-surface) race and he crushes it placing Top 10 OA and 4th in his AG. Nice work man
Who would not want to run for Chocolate? Sounds delightful! Congrats to Catherine Clement on another chapter in the return to racing journey. Her first 15K in Las Vegas and receiving chocolate as the goodies! Sounds pretty perfect and way to go Rockstar!
Camille McKeon had a great training race at the Florida Half Marathon. Awesome work Camille!
How about Jamie Ash from Jacksonville, running a Half Marathon PR of 1:31 from 1:38. HUGE IMPROVEMENT!
Moving from Chocolate to Princesses (Coach Sami would be in heaven), Lisa Kerr took the Glass Slipper Challenge and found the perfect fit. Finishing 6th in AG for the 10K and then running the half marathon at a perfect marathon pace it was goal accomplished! A true Disney Diva!
Couldn’t be more proud of Meghan Patel going sub 2 at the Greenville Half Marathon. Proving to herself that she is strong as ever she is headed home for Quintiles Marathon. Wilmington awaits and another fun event completed. Congrats Meghan on a super awesome day. Maybe she was chasing Coach Tom who finished first in the 5K with Coach Chris from Charleston and Coach Matt from Greenville taking 2nd and 3rd. Congrats Coach.
Huge shout out to all Without Limits Athletes that have taken the CSS Challenge. A new way of thinking about swimming, some new techniques, and some new friends have all proven to enlighten our way of thinking about swimming and make it even more enjoyable! It’s almost OW time and some great CSS test results! Keep it up!