Congratulations to TWO pretty awesome Rockstars, Kathleen Lawless and Jeff Roseborough who jumped into the Charlotte 10 Miler and conquered the hills. Kathleen is the epitome of resilience and has been patient and coming back slowly. She is now seeing how being healthy and strong is paying off while Jeff is on his way to Boston 2016! Congrats Hill Conquering Rockstars.
Becky O’Daniell did it!!! The goal was no cramping and checked it off the list. While this isn’t a promo for BASE, she used BASE salt for the first time and Gasparilla Half Marathon was a success. One of our very own, Kelli Kerkhoff is a BASE Ambassador, so she can pass on more details. Congratulations Becky on a successful Rockstar kinda race!
Congratulations to Anna Maltby and Brian Eber on some super races at the 13.1 last weekend. Brian broke the 2 hour mark again in his half marathon and got a Personal Best and Anna focused on her QWB strategy. Scott Perry took 2nd overall with a PR of 1:21 and John Cockrum ran marathon pace hitting 1:35. Anthony Enoch also jumped in to add another half to his book! A success all the way around. Congrats Rockstars!
Props to Shawn Rhodes for powering through the Jalapeno 52 mile charity. We miss you Shawn!
Run for Ray was a great showing for Without Limits runners. Tay, Erin, Brittany, Rocco and Tom took top spots in the 9 and 18 miler at Run for Ray. Joining them on the trail was Walker Taylor, Coach Kristen, Coach Brian, Ty, Marcy and many more.
3 mile: Becky Filer on her way to Boston 2016, looks like you are becoming a trail junkie too
9 mile: Tom Clifford 1st overall, John Grooman, Mike Duncan, Phillip Davis, Kelly Jones, Matt Morrison
18 mile: Brittany Perkins – 1st female, Erin Hogston – 2nd female, Rocco Quaranto – 2nd male, Tay Filer – 3rd male, Bridgett Phillips – 4th female, Coach Brian Bohrer, Marcy Waters, Ty Rabon, Walker Taylor, Coach Kristen
Audra Heins was geared up to finish the RunforRay, but at 4.5 miles she was tripped by a mean root that rolled and fractured her ankle. We are so disappointed to hear that she won’t be able to finish training for the WB half marathon. Level 1 is going to miss her!! Hope she heals quickly!
Allie Kassons won her track races this weekend taking 1st in the 800 in 2:33! She also ran the 1 mile and 3K. Unfortunately with the lack of competition she is running most of these races alone, but more competition is on the way
A huge shout out to Shawn Tunis. Shawn has been training hard and always has a smile on her face! She is a great example of juggling a busy family life, work life and marathon training.
Andrew McIver from Durham has been working hard and hitting all his training levels right on point.