Wilmington Athletes take on May Races and Top Finishes

“Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.”
~ Walter Elliot

May was fast and furious for our Without Limits Athletes
Thankfully the heat held off for most of the month, but in it’s place was rain… lots and lots of rain. But none-the-less, our athletes pushed through, ran strong and of course brought home new PRs and podium finishes. Congratulations to our incredible team.

Holly Shelter 50 – Bud Woodrum smokes the field on a single speed.  He is ready for KANZA 200 the first week in June!

Beaver Dam
Patrick Horning had a great race with another solid run off the bike and came in 4th in AG. His focus this season is to run well off the bike and he is doing just that.

Lake Murray Tri
Coach Brent Manley had a solid race as he works on his transition and running well off the bike. Great race leading into Raleigh 70.3.

IRONMAN Santa Rosa USE PICTURES FROM FB 🙂
Lesly Jurado finished strong and did incredibly well on her first IM.  Congrats to a huge accomplishment. Your strength shines!
Erin Jackson finished another IM, but this time with her very best marathon split by 45 minutes! Congrats Erin, your drive and motivation is contagious.
Eileen Gonzalez was on a mission to finish an IM and she did just that!  Congrats on finishing your first IM. Your passion in life is what got you through this feat!

Local and National Races across the country
Chris Bean ran the Pittsburgh ½ marathon with family and friends. She had a blast on this grueling hilly course. Great company always helps ease the course pain. She had a wonderful time of 2:24:11. Chris also did the Wilma Dash, with a time of  30:30 time and 2nd place in AG

Myrtle Grove Christian Academy 5k  she had a 29:20 and 1st place in AG and finally the Bridge to Bridge 4-Miler, with a time of 40:36 and 2nd place in AG

Dina McGrogan ran a 2:25:45 at the Kentucky Derby ½ Marathon, which is 2 minutes faster than the WB ½ marathon she did in March.  Dina trained hard for this one and we are really proud of her. Great work girl!

WOL athletes showed up and represented at the local Teacher Trot this year. Among them were Rob Ward 17:12, Justin Fischetti 17:13, Erik Rasmussen 17:25, Josh Adams 19:02, Bridget Phillips 19:16, Peyton Chitty 20:16, Allison Munford 22:42, and Val Estes 24:32.

Katie Elzer-Peters did the Girls on the Run 5K in Indianapolis while visiting family.  She said it was a fun event and a great program to support. She was smiling ear to ear with her mom there to support her. Anthony Enoch also raced the Girls on the Run 5k locally with a swift time of 34:48, great work buddy!

Charles Jackson did the Bike to Build 5K in 23:42 placing him 2nd in AG!  Nice job Charlie, and a great lead up to Raleigh 70.3.

Pam Keenan ran the Greenbrier Half Marathon.  She said it was very hilly, but she pushed through and won her age group!  Great work pam.

Janet Coleman took on the Gate City Half Marathon in New Hampshire and took on the difficult racecourse. She crossed the finish line with smiles and took 2nd in her age group, great job.

Kelly Moore and Patricia Jones raced the Sunset Beach Half in less than ideal conditions, but they both finished and got their big turtle medals!

Amanda Tungett raced the Marine Corp Half Marathon and placed 3rd in her AG with a time of 1:38:18. She did great and embraced the intense heat and rolling hills. Congrats to one of our awesome virtual athletes.

Emergeortho 5K
Brittany Perkins took the overall win with big smiles and a big time… and Lindsay Dean was right behind her placing 3rd overall. Great job working together and pushing each other to your bests.
Steve Everhart also had a great race and won his age group!
Anthony Enoch is back in action. Great work Anthony, rockin your new visor. See you make the newsletter playboy!
James Shafer ran a great 5k with a 26:50 and taking first in his age group, nice job!
Susan Shafer also put in a huge effort and came in at 27:58 and took 2nd in her age group.
Dina McGrogan set a new PR and took 1st in her age group with a time of 31:09, nice work.
Andrea Milman ran her heart out and it showed. She did amazing with a time of 38:04.
Luciana Wilson ran her very first 5k and she killed it with a time of 34:58. Excited to see you soar this season.
Donna Goyda set a huge PR with at time of 34:34. Way to go Donna!
Anthony Enoch brought his outrageously awesome positive vibe to the racecourse and took pictures with all the WOL athletes along the way!!! AND had a great race time of 34:50. You are awesome.

 

Pinehurst Triathlon – May 19
Jennifer Barker placed top 10 overall and 2nd in her AG, in rainy/windy conditions. She rocked it out, well done! Lawrence Landrigan placed 1st overall in his AG 35-39, great job! Cate Piech has been battling colds and made adjustments and tweaks to her training schedule and still finished very strong. Truly without limits.

WILMA DASH
Brittany Perkins is on fire, placing 1st overall with a speedy 17:22 time. Close behind her was fellow fast runner Bridget Phillips who came in 3rd overall at 19:35. Team sponsor Michelle Fogel had a great time of 22:05, great job! Other great race finishes included: Allie Shofe – 14th overall 22:04, Paige Phillps – 22:04 – 1st AG, and Mary Lessard 25:24. Awesome jobs at a fun local race!

CHATTY 70.3
Congrats to all our 70.3 finishers in Chattanooga on a scorching hot day!  Way to pull through, embrace the challenge and cheer each other on throughout the race.
Leanne Johnson had an awesome race and awesome race time of 5:16:12.
Marcy Waters rocked a new PR of 5:34:24 PR and 3rd best run course time! Following closely on their heels was Walt Greer – 5:39:19, Mark Dillan 5:51:40, and Justin Prevette 6:20:51. Great job by all WOL athletes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Clay Breakout
Bridget Phillips is a rock star!!! She won Blue Clay Breakout overall 12 miler, congrats!

 

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