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by James Moreland October 8, 2011 at 2:45 pm 131 0

By James Moreland
Reston, VA
October 8, 2011
For the Washington Running Report

Running is a sport for the young and even more so the young at heart. Running in races has increased every year in the last decade. With the economic down turn in the last few years, runners are coming out in even greater numbers. The annual Great Pumpkin 5K was blessed with a picture perfect autumn day and brought out big time racing numbers. Waiting for the race to start, one runner asked another if she was going to race with her. “Oh no, I don’t really run. I just came out for the fun.” The reply was, “Well next year, I will run with you.” The oldest runner of the race was Larry Dickerson, 80. He was wearing a bright yellow pair of running shoes that enviously caught the eye of one of the youngsters. Dickerson always near the top of the rankings, smiled and said, “I’ll will them to you.”

Colorful costumes were on display. One runner at the front of the pack was painted like a Halloween skeleton. Further back in the pack a woman was decked out in a full Batman costume. The Oktoberfest celebration at the Reston Town Center was set for the whole weekend with the race as a centerpiece. This year the late summer rains did a number on the pumpkin crop, so we missed out on a giant pumpkin like the half ton monster at the 2009 event. Still, there was lots of smaller pumpkin, often with faces designed on them.

Top ranked Henry Wigglesworth, 54, had scouted the course and found it to his liking. He was looking for another sub 17:00 minute race. A number of the older runners such as Jean Christophe Arcaz, 50, and Steve Robinson, 56, (coming back from a year layoff), were looking for some competition to spur on the fast times on a perfect racing morn. The first two, Wigglesworth (17:15) and Arcaz (17:44), both finished in the top eight overall. Arcaz noted that the top three just disappeared. He knew he would have to work hard to catch Wigglesworth. Wigglesworth noted after the race that he would have preferred Arcaz up on his shoulder pushing him to a faster time. He had been really impressed by Arcaz’s Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 Mile (He had been first in 58:48). “Sub 60:00 is pretty good!” he exclaimed.

Third grandmaster Peter Cini (18:58) speculated that Arcaz was better the longer the race. Both he and Wigglesworth discussed where the best (fastest) 5Ks might be found. Late October offered one of the best choices at the Valvoline Instant Oil Change Goblin Gallop 5k & 1k Fun Run in Fairfax, VA at the end of the month. Robinson was so eager to be back on the circuit that he ran out quickly with the top dogs. After the race he was ecstatic. “I was hoping to break 21:00 and I almost broke 20:00,” he said with a wide grin of his new 55-59 event record in 20:05. Amazingly, after Wigglesworth’s 17:15 record, the next two fastest grandmaster age groups were set in the first year (2009) by Jason Page, 64, (19:27) and Bill Joyce, 65, (19:58). The master record was set by open class runner Ray Pugsley in 15:28.

The first year was Steve Magness upset reigning rankings champion Steve Crane by fifty meters in 15:05. The next year the course changed a bit and the top two runners dipped under 15:00 with third place Frank DeVar just missing in 15:03. This year the clear favorite was Abiyot Endale (left). In the spring he upped his game racing three of the fastest 10Ks in the region, finishing in the top three every time. His slaying of the field at the Pike’s Peek 10K in 28:19 gave a strong hint that Gurmessa Megeressa’s event record of 14:51 would soon be history. Today three more age groups would break 15:00 minutes. Looking relaxed, Endale always seems to be toying with the competition, winning easily in 14:25. Second place Girma Desta at thirty-five is still racing in excellent form for a marvelous 44:44. DeVar was again third but this time it was also the third fastest event time in 14:48.

There was cash for the top three overall but for some reason they decided not to pass out age group prizes on race day. Endale (89.5%) led five runners with age graded performances higher than 87%. Dee Nelson, 68, was third overall at 88:1% with her 24:45 finish.

In the women’s race Kayley Byrne, 23, took over early and won in a sparkling 19:05. The next two places were decided later in the race. Runner-up Karina Lubell posted a 19:44 with Tiffany Hevner not far behind in 19:56. Of the first dozen runners these two, at 31, were the only ones older than thirty. Last week at the McLean 5k Jen Norris (right) was fourth overall and top master. (The overall winner was Win Persian, 51,). That course was a similar rolling course with turns but it featured some misty showers that turned torrential for those who lingered on the course. Today Norris plowed ahead for the top masters spot in 22:20. Not far behind her were the top two grandmasters. Sushila Nanda, 50, ran a very credible 22:33 for the event record. She also stopped about every half mile with leg cramps. She started up again as some of the slower runners caught up. After the raced she was thanking them for helping to pace her. “I saw one woman who I thought might be in my age group and I wanted to beat her.” That runner was 55-year-old Elizabeth Baumgarten who just missed catching her in 22:37. That gave her the second highest age graded rating for the women at a national class 79.9%.

Female runners comprised 59% of the field. With all the racing competition of forty races a weekend and the massive Army 10 miler on tap tomorrow, the numbers were less than might have been expected for this wonderful race. Still, there were 1100 timed finishers, plus untimed runners as well. The kids’ race consisted of hundreds of little ones divided by age with four different colors of bibs.

Many volunteers worked long and hard to make this event work. Race morning started at 3:00 a.m. to get everything in place for the runners. At packet pickup whole families came out to help deliver the goods to the racers. On Friday, the Chen family had three young boys about 6 to 11 years old. They quickly took over the jobs with alacrity. Mom was able to just watch most of the time. The youngest made sure everyone got an Anthem bag while the oldest diligently marked off bibs before dispensing with the shirts. They really went to town when they got the chance to stuff the bag with race fliers, the more the merrier. Once a packet of fliers was finished they reached for more, exulting when more were provided. After the pick-up closed for the evening, we surprised them with an early Halloween, a bag of chocolate candies. It is a safe bet they will be back net year.

 

FEMALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                   Ag City                  Gun T Net T Pace  
===== ===== ====================== == ===================== ===== ===== ===== 
    1   467 Kayley Byrne           23 Oak Hill VA           19:05 19:03  6:08 
    2  1221 Karina Lubell          31 Washington DC         19:44 19:44  6:22 
    3   846 Tiffany Hevner         31 Columbia MD           19:56 19:56  6:25 

MALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                   Ag City                  Gun T Net T Pace  
===== ===== ====================== == ===================== ===== ===== ===== 
    1     3 Abiyot Endale          26 Bronx NY              14:25 14:25  4:39 
    2     2 Girma Desta            35 Washington DC         14:44 14:44  4:45 
    3     1 Joseph Devar           23 Washington DC         14:48 14:47  4:46 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 1 - 12
    1  1135 Emily Landeryou        12 Reston VA             22:22 22:16  7:10 
    2   613 Kate Brunotts          11 Ashburn VA            25:22 25:21  8:10 
    3  1134 Sophia Landeryou        9 Reston VA             25:55 25:47  8:18 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 1 - 12
    1   669 Ian Whitfield           9 Potomac Falls VA      20:42 20:42  6:40 
    2   660 Joshua Kay             11 Leesburg VA           23:08 22:46  7:20 
    3  1217 Owen Walker            12 Reston VA             24:13 24:13  7:48 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 13 - 15
    1  1177 Mary Pollin            14 Burke VA              22:07 21:58  7:04 
    2  1157 Morgan Witcock         13 Herndon VA            22:26 22:26  7:14 
    3   938 Kacey Hirshfeld        15 Reston VA             24:07 24:03  7:45 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 13 - 15
    1   719 Lewis Millholland      15 Falls Church VA       17:50 17:50  5:45 
    2  1191 Mikey Peterson         14                       21:32 21:27  6:54 
    3  1218 Eli Lifland            13 Fairfax VA            22:30 22:10  7:08 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 16 - 19
    1   780 Erin Geraghty          19 Woodbridge VA         20:50 20:50  6:43 
    2  1210 Gabrielle Merritt      16 Elon NC               21:55 21:55  7:04 
    3   483 Lisa Bell              18 Vienna VA             24:38 24:35  7:55 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 16 - 19
    1  1184 Chris Zapple           19 Falls Church VA       18:02 18:02  5:49 
    2  1208 Zachary Dailey         16 Great Falls VA        18:20 18:18  5:54 
    3  1068 John Tiernan           16 Reston VA             20:12 20:02  6:27 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 20 - 24
    1  1183 Natalie Anble          22 Fairfax VA            20:29 20:29  6:36 
    2   482 Julie Bell             21 Vienna VA             20:53 20:50  6:43 
    3   504 Amara Lewis            23 Alexandria VA         21:00 20:54  6:44 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 20 - 24
    1   873 James McLaughlin       23 Herndon VA            20:11 20:06  6:29 
    2  1058 Nate Perry             23 Herndon VA            20:12 20:07  6:29 
    3  1250 Benjamin Burnheimer    24 Ashburn VA            20:58 20:57  6:45 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 25 - 29
    1   785 Stephanie Manchin      27 Arlington VA          22:10 21:26  6:54 
    2   763 Melanie Clairy         29 Reston VA             22:14 21:39  6:58 
    3   841 Jayme Dorsett          25 Reston VA             23:37 23:07  7:27 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 25 - 29
    1    65 Charlie Ban            29 McLean VA             16:15 16:15  5:14 
    2   939 Andrew Ciarfalia       28 Reston VA             16:55 16:55  5:27 
    3   424 Sean McLaughlin        25 Centreville VA        17:28 17:28  5:38 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 30 - 34
    1   708 Dana Drever            34 Ashburn VA            23:56 23:23  7:32 
    2   862 Karen Preston          34 Ashburn VA            24:59 24:35  7:55 
    3   681 Jessica Sartorius      34 Vienna VA             25:52 25:52  8:20 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 30 - 34
    1   311 Dan Petouvis           33 Fairfax VA            18:10 18:09  5:51 
    2   684 Titus Mott             34 Reston VA             19:44 19:41  6:20 
    3  1027 Auberde Merilan        31 Reston VA             20:35 20:30  6:36 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 35 - 39
    1  1067 Paula Knepper          38 Reston VA             23:02 23:00  7:24 
    2  1003 Tia Roy                36 Ashburn VA            23:34 23:25  7:33 
    3   692 Holly Khatchadurian    37 Reston VA             24:03 23:55  7:42 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 35 - 39
    1  1196 Joshua Doan            37 Arlington VA          18:37 18:36  5:59 
    2   748 Glen Case              36 Ashburn VA            18:52 18:51  6:04 
    3   107 Michael Rohlf          36 Washington DC         19:25 19:25  6:15 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 40 - 44
    1   824 Jen Norris             40 McLean VA             22:20 22:14  7:10 
    2  1141 Jill Jaggard           43 Great Falls VA        23:42 23:42  7:38 
    3   184 Terry Short            40 Reston VA             25:04 24:22  7:51 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 40 - 44
    1  1147 Tom Powers             43 Chevy Chase MD        19:11 19:10  6:10 
    2  1143 Shawn Flaherty         40 Herndon VA            19:54 19:54  6:25 
    3  1109 Matt Tourville         40 Alexandria VA         21:35 21:35  6:57 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 45 - 49
    1   937 Diana Hirshfeld        45 Reston VA             24:08 24:04  7:45 
    2   776 Chana Richitt          47 Manassas VA           25:30 24:05  7:46 
    3  1146 Suzanne Powers         45 Reston VA             25:04 24:43  7:57 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 45 - 49
    1   818 Robert Sichau          47 Alexandria VA         20:15 20:09  6:30 
    2  1105 Thomas Marks           45 Ashburn VA            20:31 20:31  6:36 
    3  1046 Robert Barlow          45 Reston VA             21:02 21:02  6:47 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 50 - 54
    1  1043 Sushila Nanda          50 Arlington VA          22:33 22:33  7:16 
    2   886 Carla Freyvogel        54 McLean VA             23:59 23:58  7:43 
    3   419 Daniela Micsan         52 Reston VA             26:03 25:59  8:22 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 50 - 54
    1  1004 Henry Wigglesworth     53 Washington DC         17:15 17:15  5:34 
    2  1170 Jean-Christophe Arcaz  50 Rockville MD          17:44 17:44  5:43 
    3  1187 Peter Cini             53 Fairfax VA            18:58 18:58  6:07 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 55 - 59
    1   396 Elizabeth Baumgarten   55 Stone Ridge VA        22:37 22:35  7:16 
    2   990 Cindy Beyer            55 Reston VA             24:59 24:49  7:59 
    3   553 Peggy Corley           55 Fairmont WV           25:01 25:01  8:04 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 55 - 59
    1  1207 Steve Robinson         56 Oak Hill VA           20:05 20:05  6:28 
    2  1239 Kenyon Erickson        57 Vienna VA             20:31 20:29  6:36 
    3  1169 Rod Devan              58 Alexandria VA         20:50 20:47  6:42 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 60 - 64
    1  1055 Catherine Kemper       60 Des Moines IA         28:59 28:53  9:18 
    2   403 Jane Blong             61 Potomac MD            34:49 34:45 11:11 
    3   147 Linda Echard           60 Reston VA             36:22 35:40 11:29 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 60 - 64
    1  1059 Jack Kehoe             63 Burke VA              25:08 25:05  8:05 
    2   550 Ting-Yi Oei            62 Reston VA             27:42 26:25  8:30 
    3   831 Jack Harvey            60 Centreville VA        26:53 26:45  8:37 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 65 - 69
    1  1220 Dee Nelson             68 Gaithersburg MD       24:45 24:45  7:58 
    2  1112 Rebecca Brown          67 McLean VA             36:06 34:38 11:09 
    3  1037 Feryal Barakat         67 Rockville MD          57:45 56:32 18:12 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 65 - 69
    1   509 Fred Kohut             66 Cold Spring NY        32:51 32:11 10:22 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 70 - 74
    1  1128 Abigail Edwards        71 Reston VA             40:34 39:09 12:36 
    2  1251 Yuidgard Deitrich      70 Washington DC         43:52 41:43 13:26 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 70 - 74
    1   676 John Gluck             74 Alexandria VA         25:04 24:58  8:02 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 75 - 79
    1   246 An Duong               75 Centreville VA        32:18 30:59  9:59 
    2   592 Bendy Viragh           77 Washington DC         32:38 32:30 10:28 
    3   976 Dick Coogan            79 McLean VA             38:27 38:01 12:14 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 80 - 99
    1   408 Larry Dickerson        80 Burke VA              28:43 28:36  9:13

 

by James Moreland September 24, 2011 at 3:40 pm 641 0

By James Moreland
Kensington, MD
September 24, 2011
For the Washington Running Report

Julie Sapper finishes fourth overall.

Walking down Fawcett Avenue in old town Kensington towards the start of the race, two young kids were talking about the race. One said, “There must be a thousand runners here today,” “No way,” replied the older one. She was wrong and the little boy was right. The event has three parts and three different starts off the circular Carroll Place. At 7:45 a.m. close to five hundred 2 mile walkers and runners headed south around the circle. At 8:30 a.m., the main event 8K bolted from the south side of the Noyes Library toward Connecticut Avenue. They would cross the finish line for the first time at just less than a half mile. Three minutes after they got under way, the 1K fun run charged after them from the north side of the library.

Nearly everyone was in a good mood on the cool but humid morning for the first racing weekend of the fall. There were a couple of the hundreds of young runners that got overwhelmed by the pressure but all the fun runners collected a beaded necklace at the finish. Dry your eyes and keep on running. The rain rumored to be done around ten, missed the event entirely.

Many of the runners had run the Run! Geek! Run! 8K last week in West Potomac Park. All of them found the 4th mile hill on East Bexhill that climbed parallel to the Mormon Temple Hill shut out any possibly of matching last week’s time. The race in its 18th year also had many returning runners. Perhaps the most often seen face is women’s winner Cindy Conant, 50, of Kensington, MD. She admitted to knowing the course very well. After all she had run the race every year since at least 2002. She moved up to fifth in 2004 and after that never finished lower than second overall, winning in 2006 as well. This year when she won it all again was her fastest time of any of those years as she dipped under 32 to finish in 31:59. That was 17thrunner overall.

Edi Turco had run the Geek race, finishing solidly in fifth place in 26:55. Today in his 25th race since Memorial Day he battled Gareth Alberto and Steven Moore through most of the flat first three miles. By the time he charged past the starting line at 4.5 miles he knew he had the win. The final 100 meters up Armory Drive he weaved back and forth waving to the crowd. Alberto had a closer battle and charged through in 27:56 just ahead of Moore’s 28:04. Keith Freeburn has not been racing a long time so he did not know that he was supposed to slow down on a hilly course and nearly matched his Geek time with a very solid 28:53.

After Conant finished there was a bit of a wait by the next three women rushed in like a fast conga line, behind each other but weaving up and back in an effort to change places. Trish Stone, 36, held the runner-up spot and ahead of Sandra Bonilla, 35, by three seconds 32:47 to 32:50. Fourth place Julie Sapper, 39, of Rockville was tops in her division.

While eight of the top nine women were from Kensington or Rockville, many runners came from as far away as Richmond (70-74 age group winner Mary Kate Berglund confessed that she has family in Kensington) and Fayetteville, PA, home of 79-year-old Bob Archibald. The oldest finisher in the race was Eileen Hobsongarcia, 81, who was joined by a contingency also from San Pedro, CA.

There race awards go three deep in ten year age groups but first there was a top master. Jean Christophe Arcaz had been at the race for the last six years. Often he finished just close enough to touch the shoulder of Ted Poulos just ahead of him. Always both of them finished faster than 29:00. This year Arcaz, now 50, gutted out the final yards to hold off Dan‘imal’ Murphy (left) 29:43 to 29:58 to win fifth overall and the top master award. Last year he had been fifth in 28:54 with Poulos tops in 28:51 and Murphy winning second age group in 29:26.

The top women master after Conant’s overall victory was Kris Barner, 46 of Rockville in 36:44. After that there were some amazing age group times. The grandmaster women were all just 50, led by Sushila Nanda. Nanda has 14 age group victories since Memorial Day. For the men Roland Rust, 59, is taking his last few races in the fifties very serious, putting all the younger grandmasters away with a marvelous 31:09. Alice Franks put away the 60-69 women by more than a mile in 40:43. She gave us a pretty smile and said humbly something like, ‘The times aren’t very fast but after all we are just running for fun.’

Fourth place Keith Freeburn proudly noted that his mother Susan finished third in her division. Skip Grant, 76 of Washington, DC  ran an amazing 40:53 to top his division.

Before, during, and after the races Poison Ivy was the band playing music in the adjoining park.

                   Awards Listing (No Duplicate Prizes)
FEMALE
Place Num   Name                Ag City                  Time    
===== ===== =================== == ===================== ======= 
    1   114 Cindy Conant        50 Kensington MD           31:59 
    2   487 Trish Stone         36 Kensington MD           32:47 
    3    61 Sandra Bonilla      35 Kensington MD           32:50 
MALE
Place Num   Name                Ag City                  Time    
===== ===== =================== == ===================== ======= 
    1   517 Edi Turco           38 Arlington VA            27:41 
    2    13 Gareth Alberto      32 Annandale VA            27:56 
    3   348 Steven Moore        33 Kensington MD           28:04 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 99
    1    42 Kris Barner         46 Rockville MD            36:44 

MALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 99
    1    24 Jean-Christophe Arc 50 Rockville MD            29:43 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 12
    1   757 Adriana Rosas       11 Silver Spring MD        38:33 
    2   253 London Kazor         2 Kensington MD           44:52 
    3    80 Jordan Bryon        12 Alexandria VA           49:44 
    4   133 Maddie Deye         12 Kensington MD           53:50 

MALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 12
    1   134 Brian Diamond       12 Bethesda MD             43:07 
    2    83 Andrew Burklow      12 Kensington MD           45:35 
    3   476 Kemper Stearns      11 Kensington MD           46:50 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  13 - 19
    1   496 Taylor Swift        17 Rockville MD            33:33 
    2    92 Sarah Caggiano      13 Bethesda MD             36:58 
    3   265 Charlotte Kirwan    17 Bethesda MD             38:25 

MALE AGE GROUP:  13 - 19
    1   236 Mark Jacobson       15 Rockville MD            31:32 
    2   266 Lewis Kirwan        13 Bethesda MD             33:29 
    3   100 Kasey Carroll       13 Bethesda MD             34:41 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 29
    1   169 Miranda Forte       26 Gaithersburg MD         35:54 
    2   567 Chelsea Gibson      22 Bethesda MD             37:04 
    3    37 Briana Balsam       27 Gaithersburg MD         38:02 

MALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 29
    1   637 Micheal Fizdale     23 Bowie MD                31:44 
    2   151 Alex Emery          23 Rockville MD            32:11 
    3   331 Chris McGrath       23 Burtonsville MD         32:21 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 39
    1   739 Julie Sapper        39 Rockville MD            32:53 
    2   127 Anne Delp           36 Kensington MD           35:36 
    3   257 Ellen Kennedy       39 Kensington MD           36:40 

MALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 39
    1   173 Keith Freeburn      37 Centreville VA          28:53 
    2   754 Marco Rosas Galicia 36 Silver Spring MD        30:01 
    3   610 Daniel Shanley      37 Chevy Chase MD          31:45 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 49
    1   170 Lisa Fox            41 Bethesda MD             37:25 
    2    11 Ann Adkinson        42 Chevy Chase MD          39:20 
    3   582 Beth Krupinski      44 Kensington MD           40:47 

MALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 49
    1   352 Dan Murphy          47 Bethesda MD             29:57 
    2    22 Matt Anderson       45 Fairfax VA              31:06 
    3    21 Mark Anderson       45 Burtonsville MD         31:11 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 59
    1   359 Sushila Nanda       50 Arlington VA            37:07 
    2   628 Patty Tschideser    50 Chevy Chase MD          39:02 
    3   627 Babby Landon        50 Chevy Chase MD          40:55 

MALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 59
    1   431 Roland Rust         59 Bethesda MD             31:09 
    2   737 Peter Cini          53 Fairfax VA              31:28 
    3   393 David Pinnick       54 Manassas VA             33:14 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 69
    1   171 Alice Franks        63 Rockville MD            40:33 
    2   111 Vallerie Codrington 60 Lanham MD               48:43 
    3   174 Susan Freeburn      60 Kensington MD         1:00:13 

MALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 69
    1   110 Joe Coblentz        61 Silver Spring MD        42:19 
    2    74 Pim Brouwers        63 Silver Spring MD        45:51 
    3   303 Alan Madison        62 Gaithersburg MD         46:35 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 79
    1    49 Mary Kate Berglund  70 Richmond VA             57:19 
    2   765 Jamie Wollard       73 Rockville MD          1:11:53 

MALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 79
    1   619 Skip Grant          76 Chevy Chase MD          40:51 
    2   498 Nils Borje Tallroth 70 Bethesda MD             48:12 
    3    25 Bob Archibald       79 Fayetteville PA         48:51 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  80 - 99
    1   223 Eileen Hobsongarcia 81 San Pedro CA          1:30:57 

MALE AGE GROUP:  80 - 99
    1   333 Jack McMahon        80 Silver Spring MD        49:27
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