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By James Moreland
May 29, 2010
Sterling, VA
For the Washington Running Report

This is the weekend for the unofficial start of summer but it had cooled down greatly from Thursday’s 91 degrees. The gnats sticking on your skin told of the searing humidity that runners would soon be basting in. That does not sound for a recipe for a personal record on a two-loop course with rolling hills, long hills, and stairway hills. Before the race we caught up with consensus favorite Aaron Church, 34, of South Riding, VA. Church (in photo) had not run the course before but was in awe of Philippe Rolly’s 2005 30:40 course record. He knew all about Rolly towing to a split second photo finish C.W. Moran, who at age 19 had owned the course record set in 2004 at 32:34. Rolly, the sub masters record holder from 2008 and Ray Pugsley the masters record holder from 2009 were absent. Church smiled and noted that a course record was unlikely. This from a man coming off a 30:55 at the Kaiser Permanente Pike’s Peek 10K just a month ago and a blazing Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10M in 50:52 with a 10K equivalent of 30:36.

By then the announcer was getting runners set to dart under the traditional ladder arch made by the Sterling Fire Department. And they were underway. Church jack rabbitted around the corner quickly and was soon out of sight of the nearly seven hundred finishers. By the mile, he had a 150 meters lead and the race was for second place.

The first mile was deceptively fast. The second fulfilled the axiom of “what goes up…” Still, there is always a large contingency of onlookers and supporters. After a Great spring Mary Beth Chosak was coming off a tough sixth place finish at the Capitol Hill Classic 10K race in 39:54. That same weekend Sarah Bard won it all at the Devotion to Children 4M in 24:48. This meant both racers would be battling most of the way. They were joined by Cathleen Willy for the journey.  Nobody else was going to break forty that day as Bard pulled away to win in 39:06.

Humidity, hills, and heat did not seem to affect slim Linda Foley and she wore the de rigueur shades, more for the bugs than the sun. Foley also had a fine spring so far, finishing second at the Devotion to Children 4M in 25:22 but though she won the top masters spot she could not stay as close to Bard finishing fifth overall.

Dee Dee Loughran (accepting her award) already has the fastest 20K and the fastest half marathon not belonging to Joan Benoit Samuelson in 2010 as well as a chart topper at the Kaiser Permanente Pike’s Peek 10K in 40:47. But we are in Virginia and she was looking at the relatively soft 42:01 set by Ecris Williams. It has been hanging around for twenty years. Coming back down the opening stretch on the second loop she knew she was golden and busted the record wide open with a swift 41:23 and seventh overall.

Meanwhile, the trailing pack for the men was composed of four local young men who finished in a clump between 36:45 and 36:48. Patrick Wilson of Potomac Falls took the runner-up spot. Tom Steinbach was the top master in 38:15 for seventh place.

For the grandmasters, it was all Jason Page, 65, of Hamilton, VA in photo below. He is sneaky fast and loves to go out strong. It comes from many years of winning races by taking the lead. After the race it admitted he may have gone out too fast. “I really would have done better with a five mile race,” he lamented.  “I ended up slowing to a 7:00 mile for the last mile.” Lucky for him it was a 10K because his best 5M at Germantown two weeks ago in 32:24 is a ways off of John Hosner’s 31:09. But his 40:35 today set aside and excellent 41:11 for the Virginia State record held by Cal Fowler.

Glenn Luttrell, 68, of Winchester, VA was pumped up by his second place age group win. “Soon I will seventy.” That was a tough challenge  today as Chan Robbins of Arlington, VA took top honors in 50:53. And what of the 75 and older? This race is great in recognizing five year age groups and going three deep. Still as Terry McCarthy of Leesburg, VA has just turned 75, he knows competing with those young whippersnappers is well-nigh impossible. So he took on Bob Gurtler of The Plains, VA who is 75 and has already raced forty times this year.

At 2.5 miles and again on the second loop at 5.5 miles there was a fire truck sending a fifty foot fountain of water over the roadway to help cool the runners. The second time through what had been mist was more like a river.

After the race there was lots of water, though all of us had a sheen of liquid covering the outside of our bodies already. Bagels and bananas were abundant and the chicken sandwiches were spicy and hot. Giant Foods also handed out some reusable shopping bags with goodies inside.

To the left Ray poses with Old Glory.

                   Awards Listing (No Duplicate Prizes)

OVERALL MALE  (GUN TIME)
Place Num   Name     Lname      Age City                  Time    
===== ===== =================== === ===================== ======= 
    1     8 Aaron Church         34 South Riding VA         32:21 
    2   655 Patrick Wilson       17 Potomac Falls VA        36:45 
    3   653 Joshua Hardin        19 Potomac Falls VA        36:47 

OVERALL FEMALE  (GUN TIME)
Place Num   Name     Lname      Age City                  Time    
===== ===== =================== === ===================== ======= 
    1   464 Sarah Bard           25 Leesburg VA             39:06 
    2   517 Mary Beth Chosak     31 Arlington VA            39:21 
    3   727 Cathleen Willy       26 Alexandria VA           39:52 

MALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 19   (NET TIME)
    1   434 Brian Robinson      19 Sterling VA             36:34 
    2   162 Stefan Vanburen     17 Potomac Falls VA        37:27 
    3   338 Brian Horlick       17 Manassas VA             37:55 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 19   (NET TIME)
    1   542 Julie Bell          19 Vienna VA               48:21 
    2   615 Emily Henderson     19 Potomac Falls VA        48:46 
    3   345 Lauren Dalton       15 Sterling VA             49:04 

MALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 24   (NET TIME)
    1   713 Robert Mulloy       20 Great Falls VA          44:35 
    2   524 Brad Mitchell       22 Sterling VA             44:43 
    3   703 Jin Hwan            20 Potomac Falls VA        45:03 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  20 - 24   (NET TIME)
    1   518 Katie Muething      24 Arlington VA            40:30 
    2   124 Karen Dickerson     24 Springfield VA          46:31 
    3   598 Marissa Olson       20 Leesburg VA             47:49 

MALE AGE GROUP:  25 - 29   (NET TIME)
    1   178 Dennis Haeberle     29 Reston VA               41:30 
    2   188 Daniel Torrico      28 Sterling VA             41:56 
    3   505 Brett Ruff          25 Arlington VA            43:30 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  25 - 29   (NET TIME)
    1   617 Kristina Keller     27 Cleveland Heights OH    45:49 
    2   319 Miranda Rocker      28 Arlington VA            47:53 
    3    21 Ardene Kidby        25 Springfield VA          47:57 

MALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 34   (NET TIME)
    1   722 Greg Stemberger     33 Aldie VA                38:09 
    2   663 Greg Sprowl         32 Bethesda MD             38:35 
    3   416 Adam Borbidge       31 South Riding VA         39:23 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 34   (NET TIME)
    1   384 Elizabeth Helland   32 Arlington VA            41:13 
    2   514 Kimberly Barnes     30 Leesburg VA             46:48 
    3   661 Cassie Henry        30 Potomac Falls VA        46:49 

MALE AGE GROUP:  35 - 39   (NET TIME)
    1   710 David Kent          38 Arlington VA            38:08 
    2   545 Brian Szabos        36 South Riding VA         38:29 
    3    81 Richard Haylor      39 Martinsburg WV          38:48 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  35 - 39   (NET TIME)
    1    36 Heather Schaffer    39 Potomac Falls VA        42:03 
    2   180 Deborah Whitfield   37 Potomac Falls VA        43:52 
    3   289 Alison Gittelman    37 South Riding VA         44:28 

MALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 44   (NET TIME)
    1   499 Tom Steinbach       44 Sterling VA             38:06 
    2   200 Bin Mu              41 Reston VA               38:23 
    3   240 Dennis Billings     41 Woodbridge VA           39:35 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 44   (NET TIME)
    1   601 Kristin Didomenico  43 Potomac Falls VA        42:37 
    2   479 Lynne Cuppernull    40 Herndon VA              44:30 
    3    80 Mary Kay Anderson   42 Leesburg VA             45:51 

MALE AGE GROUP:  45 - 49   (NET TIME)
    1   133 Gregory Gould       49 Sterling VA             40:34 
    2   664 Jim Bradford        48 Vienna VA               41:19 
    3   541 Robert Sichau       46 Alexandria VA           41:24 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  45 - 49   (NET TIME)
    1     9 Linda Foley         48 Oak Hill VA             40:52 
    2   250 Mandana Mortazavi   46 Leesburg VA             43:57 
    3   812 Annie Downer        45 Herndon VA              47:32 

MALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 54   (NET TIME)
    1   611 Matt Rea            54 Potomac Falls VA        41:55 
    2   430 Kevin Apsley        53 Herndon VA              44:59 
    3   111 John Stacy          53 Fairfax VA              46:57 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 54   (NET TIME)
    1   533 Deedee Loughran     51 Oak Hill VA             41:21 
    2    13 Carole Jones        53 Ashburn VA              46:55 
    3   112 Stephanie Danahy    53 Fairfax Station VA      50:04 

MALE AGE GROUP:  55 - 59   (NET TIME)
    1    14 Ken Krehbiel        56 Washington DC           43:59 
    2    10 James Moreland      57 Gaithersburg MD         46:39 
    3   600 Rob Colburn         55 Ashburn VA              50:27 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  55 - 59   (NET TIME)
    1   712 Peggy Davis         58 Vienna VA               51:53 
    2   318 Anne Case           55 Manassas VA             59:55 
    3   446 Carla Bourgeois     57 Montclair VA          1:00:35 

MALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 64   (NET TIME)
    1   143 Ted Baca            64 Arlington VA            46:27 
    2   199 Bill Koetter        61 Ashburn VA              50:30 
    3   415 Jon Palks           60 Bowie MD                50:42 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 64   (NET TIME)
    1   716 Linda Kearney       63 Oak Hill VA             53:49 
    2   398 Freyda Greenberg    61 Falls Church VA         58:17 
    3   815 Janet Ruth          60 Potomac Falls MD      1:15:46 

MALE AGE GROUP:  65 - 69   (NET TIME)
    1   248 Jason Page          65 Hamilton VA             40:33 
    2   402 Glenn Luttrell      67 Winchester VA         1:01:37 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  65 - 69   (NET TIME)
    1   172 Pat Welch           65 Vienna VA             1:00:11 

MALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 99   (NET TIME)
    1   525 Chan Robbins        72 Arlington VA            50:53 
    2    87 Gordon Turner       70 Potomac Falls VA        52:17 
    3   372 Alan Rider          74 Reston VA               55:09 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 99   (NET TIME)

MALE FIRST TIME RACER: NET TIME - NET PACE 1 - 99
    1   160 Jason Eller         16 M Sterling VA           44:10  

FEMALE FIRST TIME RACER: NET TIME - NET PACE 1 - 99
    1   543 Diane O'Neill-Mason 30 F Sterling VA           63:18

 

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By James Moreland
Chantilly, VA
May 8, 2011
For the Washington Running Report

This Mother’s Day event is for everyone as noted when race starter Kevin asked for a show of hands for everyone who had a mother. It was about older runners as five times for the women and twice for the men, a masters runner has won it all. But it was particularly about the young ones. There was a 2K fun walk as often occurs in family oriented race events but the 5K race was packed with young runners vying for top placement in the three youth divisions.

When the race began quite of few height challenged munchkins bolted up the tough hill to start the race that circled all the way around Point Pleasant Drive. Many flamed out on the opening hill, partly because the expended extra energy talking and laughing among themselves.

“So, you wanna walk.”  “I am getting tired.” “Whoa, I almost ran into that parked car.” These were some of the things heard until the race crested the hill and reenergized. Youth runners are so resilient.

After the race there was lots of food. Some of it partially covered to protect for the tiny, harmless shower that started just before the race began. The race is known for having lots of random prizes. In fact, they have a separate bucket for adult and for children, both were full. Nearly everyone stayed around to – take a chance.

Before the award’s ceremony began we were told of why the race was originally created. This race was created in honor of a special little boy, Jeffrey Virostek, who lost his brave battle with leukemia on September 25, 2003, at the age of 4 1/2. Angel Kisses is a fund-raising 5K/2K Race to benefit the Jeffrey Virostek Fund.

Jeffrey’s cousin Tim raced well today finishing fifth overall in a time that would have won the race in some of the past years.

Then the microphone was handed over to six-year-old Timmy Tyrrell. He clearly explained why he decided to help raise money. A friend of his, Ella Day, needed help. She had gone through chemotherapy last year. He called her to the stage and she looked great. Her dad told us Timmy was “an adult in a little boy’s body.”

Timmy held up the check for the Virosteks and then reverted partly to being a kid with, “I have here a check for … for a lot of money.” Mrs. Virostek gratefully accepted the check for $3,541.92 that had been raised in just the past month.

Timmy Tyrell is one of the Featured Athletes on the Inspired Athletes Web Site.  With the assistance of Inspired Athletes, Mini has dedicated this season to racing for the Jeffrey Virostek Fund to contribute to the fight against childhood cancer.

Even with the light rain the field passed 2009 as the second largest field with 410 finishers in the 5K. Only twice has the time been faster than 17:00 minutes. Back in 2008 Abiyot Abebe toasted the field in 15:24 breaking Ryan Deak’s 16:07 record from the year before. This year it was clear that competition makes for fast times. Just past the turnaround at mile two, a trio of runners were jockeying for position with Jared Campbell looming in the background. Justin Fritzius, 26, of Purcellville had a slight edge and younger legs than 41-year-old Eric Sorenson. Unlike Derby runner Shackleford who faded to fourth after leading all the way, he would hold his lead and win in 16:37 for the third fastest time. The next three runners all broke 17 minutes. Sorenson destroyed the masters record with 16:42 with Byrce Wilk right on his heels in 16:45. Campbell was second in his division behind Wilk in 16:59.

For the women, Laura Friex (left)had won it all the first two years, 2004-5. Now on the cusp of being a grandmaster she would hold off Barbara Wigle, 44, by six seconds to take the masters title in 21:17. This was Wigle’s fourth year and she always finishes in the top six, winning the masters in 2007 before giving way to Linda Foley, another runner turning fifty this year. Foley won it all in both 2008 and 2009. Last year national class racer Alisa Harvey, 44, set the record in a runaway with 18:43 setting aside Jackie Gruendel’s 2006 record 19:10.

This year the two masters, Freix and Wigle had their own little battle while the top three runners dueled for the top spot. Jennifer Chapman had the honor of breaking the tape in 20:21. Julie Sapper, 38, a regular Ranked Runner, was next in 20:27. Meredith Samson took the third spot winning her age group in 20:40.

While many of the age group times were not competitive, even the 70 and older fields filled up, though both women traveled across the country for the event. Second for the men was one of the most prolific racers in the region, Bob Gurtler, 76, of the Plains, VA. Gurtler finished his 30th 5K of the year with 52 totals races already in the bag for 2011.

                   Awards Listing (No Duplicate Prizes)

FEMALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                   Ag City               Gun T Net T Pace  
===== ===== ====================== == ================== ===== ===== ===== 
    1   477 Jennifer Chapman       26 Centreville VA     20:21 20:18  6:32 
    2   471 Julie Sapper           38 Rockville MD       20:27 20:25  6:35 

MALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                   Ag City                Gun T Net T Pace  
===== ===== ====================== == ================== ===== ===== ===== 
    1   484 Justin Fritzius        26 Purcellville VA    16:37 16:37  5:21 
    2    51 Eric Sorensen          41 Annandale VA       16:42 16:39  5:22 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 10  (NET TIME)
    1    80 Nicole Re              10 Chantilly VA       25:09 25:06  8:06 
    2   232 Roshni Puli            10 Chantilly VA       30:02 29:56  9:38 

MALE AGE GROUP:  1 - 10  (NET TIME)
    1   249 Harrison Shay          10 Chantilly VA       23:41 23:38  7:37 
    2   209 Ted Ellis              10 Chantilly VA       24:21 24:20  7:50 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  11 - 14  (NET TIME)
    1   243 Nora Raher             14 Centreville VA     22:24 22:11  7:09 
    2   253 Alexa McAnally         12 Centreville VA     23:17 23:12  7:29 

MALE AGE GROUP:  11 - 14  (NET TIME)
    1   420 Adam Huff              14 Chantilly VA       18:16 18:16  5:53 
    2    58 Connor Phillips        14 Oakton VA          19:50 19:46  6:22 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  15 - 18  (NET TIME)
    1   163 Virginia Walsh         15 Chantilly VA       25:18 24:50  8:00 
    2   281 Kate O'Shea            15 Fairfield CT       26:50 26:41  8:36 

MALE AGE GROUP:  15 - 18  (NET TIME)
    1   122 Tim Virostek           15 Columbia MD        18:07 18:04  5:49 
    2   424 Kyle Hollcroft         17 Manassas VA        20:53 20:45  6:41 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  19 - 29  (NET TIME)
    1   459 Karen Haddon           25 Aldie VA           21:28 21:27  6:55 
    2   246 Jessica Kelly          25 Arlington VA       23:09 23:07  7:27 

MALE AGE GROUP:  19 - 29  (NET TIME)
    1   247 Bryce Wilk             25 Arlington VA       16:45 16:43  5:23 
    2   463 Jared Campbell         25 Alexandria VA      16:59 16:57  5:28 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 39  (NET TIME)
    1   458 Meredith Samson        30 South Riding VA    20:40 20:39  6:39 
    2    30 Susie Lynch            34 Annandale VA       22:48 22:29  7:15 

MALE AGE GROUP:  30 - 39  (NET TIME)
    1   321 Micheal Zurface        32 Fayetteville NC    19:09 19:05  6:09 
    2   485 Bill Pilkington        39 South Riding VA    21:20 21:17  6:51 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 49  (NET TIME)
    1   356 Laura Freix            49 Centreville VA     21:17 21:15  6:51 
    2   455 Barbara Wigle          44 Centreville VA     21:23 21:21  6:53 

MALE AGE GROUP:  40 - 49  (NET TIME)
    1   461 Edward Siegfried       45 Fairfax VA         18:57 18:52  6:05 
    2   402 Eldon MacK             46 Centreville VA     19:51 19:51  6:24 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 59  (NET TIME)
    1   497 Gigi Louden            59 Annandale VA       37:16 36:13 11:40 
    2   144 Paula Lovric           50 Fairfax VA         40:37 39:06 12:35 

MALE AGE GROUP:  50 - 59  (NET TIME)
    1    97 Myron Kremer           54 Winchester VA      21:51 21:50  7:02 
    2    14 Michael Ruth           51 Oak Hill VA        22:32 22:19  7:11 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 69  (NET TIME)
    1    42 Kerry Rader            62 South Riding VA    40:00 39:29 12:43 

MALE AGE GROUP:  60 - 69  (NET TIME)
    1   271 Jack Harvey            60 Centreville VA     26:40 26:29  8:32 
    2   155 James Protiva          67 Locust Grove VA    35:16 35:06 11:18 

FEMALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 99  (NET TIME)
    1    70 Judith Phillips        72 Fresno CA          41:52 41:35 13:23 
    2   284 Nora O'Shea            75 Carol Stream IL    52:17 51:50 16:41 

MALE AGE GROUP:  70 - 99  (NET TIME)
    1   462 Chet Coates            71 Silver Spring MD   29:34 29:14  9:25 
    2   126 Robert Gurtler         76 The Plains VA      30:34 30:18  9:46

 

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By James Moreland
Broadlands, VA
March 19, 2011
For the Washington Running Report

Elite racers get ready to rumble in Jon Hickman photo.

On the cusp of spring more than five hundred runners turned out for a glorious day. Scores of children enjoyed the one mile fun run. This race is famous for its scores of prizes for the young ones as well as the large amounts of money designated for Children’s National Medical Center. This year the check was for $65,000. In today’s race one young lady who you might have thought was more suited for the mile earned the “youngest, fastest award.” Ivy Richerson, just five-year-old ran the full five miles in 52:49.

There were some lone, lean runners ready to go after the cash money for the top three. Regulars Demesse Tefera and former winner Gurmessa Megerssa were, as always, among the favorites. Just last week Tefera had won it all at the St. Patrick’s Day 8K in 24:22 and event record holder (23:36) Megerssa had been fourth in 24:49. Megerssa told us that they had been doing some really challenging track workouts and Tefera had overdone it a bit and had to pull out of the race.

There were three sections in the top eight runners. Megerssa was tucked in behind Karl Dusen and David Nightingale going for the cash. Dusen was one of five runners sporting Georgetown Running logos that all finished in the top eight. The course is a fast, fair course but the first mile is a steady uphill to separate the wheat from the chaff. In the second pack Sam Luff and Ryan Hanson of Rockville were taking on Allen Carr of Washington, DC. Carr has not been seen in the last year or so but it is clear he has been training. With a light breeze it is important not to left runners pull away. Drafting helps. A couple hundred meters back Charlie Ban and Jake green were keeping each other honest. Both broke 27:00, which has been fast enough to win this race in past years. Not today.

In 2009 Abraham Ng’etich set the event record in a blazing 23:43. In all, twenty runners have broken 25:00 on this fast, runner friendly course. In the final mile Nightingale (in photo) with the longer legs pulled away to win with 23:56; a tie for the second fastest time for the event. Julius Gwako won a photo finish in that identical time with Michel Khbotov in 2003 on the old course. Megressa loped in shortly afterward in 24:25.

The age groups are only two deep in ten year age groups so the competition is fierce and usually won by the runners who have just entered an age group. Allen Vaughan, 60, was looking around at the start and felt comfortable about his chances. He started out conservatively, taking the first mile in 7:15. Then he just kept powering away to win in a very nice 35:08.

The grandmaster champion was Kevin Washburn, 53, of Centreville, VA (in photo) in 33:40. Everyone recognizes the Washburn name. Walt Washburn, who turns 89 in October, has been a regular on the racing circuit for scores of years. He owns three American records for 80 and older. Until lately he was an active member of the 50 Plus Club, a club with a goal to race fifty races in a year. Walt had a few setbacks but do not be surprised if he comes back out on the roads again. Mike Cannon, who was second grandmaster in 35:02, is also a 50 Plus club member who ran 66 races in 2010. Not far behind is Myron Kremer, 54, of  Winchester, VA who ran 68 races in 2010.

For the women, 49-year-old Linda Foley was one of the pre race favorites. More than once she has been the overall winner and is always ranked near the top of her division. She had a very nice race running mostly alone in 32:41. This year none of the elite open racers were racing here. Foley’s 32:12 only bought her eighth place last year. In 2009 Phebe Ko ran an excellent 27:54 to set the standard for the current course. Naoko Ishibe has the event record racing 27:52 in 2003.

Today Elizabeth Young (in photo) took charge early. She race unchallenged to a nifty 31:28 victory. Amy Franklin, 25, Ashburn, VA was third in 33:31. Just like the men there was a gap and then another pack of three. They flew home in the mid 35:00s. Then the final competitors in the eight pack were Leslie Fajfar and Van Metre veteran Erica Cline just faster than 37:00. Pane, 51, of Clifton, VA was the top grandmaster in 37:26. There no women older than 58 in the event.

Runners delighted to coffee and doughnuts on both sides of the race as well as fresh fruit. No race has more random prizes.

                   Awards Listing (No Duplicate Prizes)
                          Age Groups by Net Time

FEMALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                    Age City                  Time  
===== ===== ======================= === ===================== ===== 
    1   488 Elizabeth Young          31 Washington DC         31:28 
    2   579 Linda Foley              49 Oak Hill VA           32:41 
    3    45 Amy Franklin             25 Ashburn VA            33:31 

MALE OVERALL
Place Num   Name                    Age City                  Time  
===== ===== ======================= === ===================== ===== 
    1   572 David Nightingale        25 Washington DC         23:56 
    2   456 Karl Dusen               28 N Bethesda MD         24:03 
    3   600 Gurmessa Megerssa        31 Washington DC         24:25 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 1 - 19
    1   100 Amelia Jones             16 Baltimore MD          37:32 
    2   597 Logan Cunningham         13 Ashburn VA            41:27 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 1 - 19
    1   262 Sam Coffman              17 Sterling VA           30:35 
    2   263 Micah Coffman            14 Sterling VA           32:03 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 20 - 29
    1   517 Autumn Parker            27 Ashburn VA            34:28 
    2   236 Jorie Devine             29 Leesburg VA           35:16 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 20 - 29
    1   431 Samuel Luff              24 Rockville MD          25:04 
    2   382 Ryan Hanson              23 Rockville MD          25:15 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 30 - 39
    1   445 Diane Lathom             39 Ashburn VA            35:24 
    2   612 Erica Cline              32 Ashburn VA            36:45 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 30 - 39
    1   497 Brian Young              32 Washington DC         28:24 
    2   546 Greg Stemberger          34 South Riding VA       28:37 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 40 - 49
    1   540 Tonya Stotler            44 Leesburg VA           37:00 
    2   408 Tamara Yoder             44 Aldie VA              38:04 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 40 - 49
    1   415 Bryan Tenney             43 Ashburn VA            31:05 
    2   512 Philip Baetcke           40 Falls Church VA       32:23 

FEMALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 50 - 59
    1   477 Pam Sane                 51 Clifton VA            37:11 
    2   443 Nancy Wallace            51 Ashburn VA            37:46 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 50 - 59
    1   576 Kevin Washburn           51 Centreville VA        33:39 
    2   323 Michael Cannon           53 Springfield VA        35:00 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 60 - 69
    1   392 Allen Vaughan            60 Stafford VA           35:07 
    2   207 John Baxter              64 Fairfax VA            37:22 

MALE AGE GROUP: NET TIME 70 - 99
    1    14 Chan Robbins             73 Arlington VA          41:15 
    2    27 Gary Ehlert              70 Vienna VA             52:55 

MALE FIRST TIME RACER: NET TIME - NET PACE 1 - 99
    1   353 Daniel Cardile          36 M Derwood MD           36:11

FEMALE FIRST TIME RACER: NET TIME - NET PACE 1 - 99
    1   520 Jill Galaida            33 F Broadlands VA        40:13
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