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NDORFNZ Folkz Races for all of 2019
 
On Saturday, January 5, 2019
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Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Bandera 100k

Certified?

62 milez in 11:29:55

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-05
Overall25th
Age4th
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 11h 29m 55s
Total Races1 races for 62 miles0certified races for 62 miles
 128 races overall77 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
3rd time for me running a 100k. Was after some redemption as the first two races at this distance did not go well. Was defintely a hydration and nutrition issue.

Race was moved from Bandera to Camp Eagle mid week because of trail conditions at Bandera.

Plan was to start really easy and to make sure I was drinking early and often as well as eating. Purposely started further back at the beginning so when we got onto the single track trails I would not have a choice but to go slow. Worked well as the first 5.2 miles were really, really rocky. The next 5 miles opened up some and I was able to run a little faster still trying to stay patient. After mile 10 started to move up in the pack some and from this point on would never get passed all the way to the end. Came through the first 50k loop in 5:19, taking my time in that aid station and leaving 7 minutes later. Thought at this point I would have a shot of breaking 12 hours which would be awesome. Continue to work on catching people mile after mile. Around mile 47 or so is when I started to really push the pace. I felt confident that I was going to finish well, just had to put it on the course. Really wanted to eat up as many miles as I could before I had to use my headlamp. Finally, had to turn on my headlamp about 7 miles from the finish. Pushed hard the last 5.2 miles home (fell down three times in the dark) and did not fall at all the 57 miles before that. Knew I had a shot of breaking 11:30 with a few miles to go. Really started pushing all out at this point. With about 600m or so to go, knew it was going to be close. So I really started throwing down and sprinting. Just made it under the 11:30 mark. (11:29:55). Really happy with this effort and time. The day went awesome!
 
On Saturday, January 12, 2019
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don honeycutt (rudy)

Resolution 5K

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:24:45

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-12
Overall3rdTop 5%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank9thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 15s
Total Races11 races for 3.1 miles9certified races for 3.1 miles
 115 races overall101 certified races overall
   4States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Had a really good race. Omaha trail was plowed but the Ped Bridge was Icey and Haftan Park In CB had some deeper snow. Good way to start the New Year. Bodies Race Company has some really fun races and great metals and Bling.
sonja honeycutt (booty)

Resolution 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:27:08

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-12
Overalln/a
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank7thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 28s
Total Races9 races for 3.1 miles7certified races for 3.1 miles
 75 races overall62 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Went with Rudy to watch him race, but decided last minute to race it myself. Really enjoyed running in the snow today. Felt really relaxed, and just ran it for fun.
 
On Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Erik Hash (Hasheri)
NDORFNZ Racing

Polar Bear Plunge 5k

Certified? No

3.1 milez in 00:20:17

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-19
Overall14thTop 2.3%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank5thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 2m 16s
Total Races10 races for 3.1 miles1certified races for 3.1 miles
 88 races overall26 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Tough course. Won my age group and first masters, although no masters award. Wasnít planning on racing until after I had already put in quite a few miles this week. Skipped the plunge into Horsetooth Resevoir. Looked cold, especially since they had to break the ice.
 
On Saturday, January 26, 2019
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(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

Frozen feet trail run

Certified?

12 milez in 02:10:30

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-26
Overall1stBroke Tape!
Agen/a
PR Rank7thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 54m 30s
Total Races9 races for 12 miles0certified races for 12 miles
 150 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Sunday, January 27, 2019
AthleteComments
Dan Fucinaro (Dan)
NDORFNZ Racing

Miami Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:47:43

Race Data Statz as of 2019-01-27
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank15thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 21m 7s
Total Races16 races for 13.1 miles16certified races for 13.1 miles
 92 races overall90 certified races overall
   9States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"

Oh boy, not my finest day. I made a difficult decision to drop to the half instead of completing the full. Shockingly, the predicted rain held off during the race, but we did have conditions of 72 degrees, 94% humidity and 15 mph SE wind. The humidity hit me early on and I also experienced a left hamstring strain from about mile 10...an injury that I had experienced some in this training cycle. I dreaded getting to the half/full course split at mile 12.5. I went back and forth in my mind a million times what to do...cut my losses with the half or torture myself with the full. In the end I decided that I may be injuring my hamstring further if I continue with the full...and the humidity was seriously kicking my ass. Hence, I took the half turn off. I do not feel great about my decision, but I have to live with it. There will be another day. The race itself, the volunteers and crowd support were wonderful. Miami and Miami Beach are beautiful. I am thankful to God, my family, and to you all for your support.

Song of the day: "Little Bit O' Time" by Nils Lofgren.
 
On Sunday, February 3, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Chiller Challenge

Certified? Yes

4.97 milez in 00:30:05

Race Data Statz as of 2019-02-03
Overall2ndTop 1.4%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 30m 5s
Total Races1 races for 4.97 miles1certified races for 4.97 miles
 184 races overall157 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, February 9, 2019
AthleteComments
Erik Hash (Hasheri)
NDORFNZ Racing

Catch Me if You Can

Certified?

6.24 milez in 00:40:32

Race Data Statz as of 2019-02-09
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 40m 32s
Total Races1 races for 6.24 miles0certified races for 6.24 miles
 89 races overall26 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Women got a 5 min head start. Won my age group but not sure on overall placing.
 
On Saturday, February 16, 2019
AthleteComments
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

Stampede trail 12 mile

Certified?

12 milez in 01:29:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-02-16
Overall1stst
Agen/a
PR Rank3rdmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 13m 0s
Total Races10 races for 12 miles0certified races for 12 miles
 151 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, March 2, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Heat The Streets

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:24:15

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-02
Overall6thTop 8%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank37thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 6m 34s
Total Races88 races for 3.1 miles38certified races for 3.1 miles
 273 races overall128 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, March 9, 2019
AthleteComments
(freejack)
NRGE

Pi Day River Rotation Half Marathon

Certified? No

13.47 milez in 01:58:20

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-09
Overall27thTop 20.1%
Age3rdTop 14.3%
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 1h 58m 20s
Total Races1 races for 13.47 miles0certified races for 13.47 miles
 33 races overall15 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Thankfully, my husband and two cousins were still speaking to me this morning...Yesterday at 6:15 am we bundled up and headed from Manhattan, KS to Lawrence, KS in the cold, drizzling rain. The Pi Day marathon usually takes place on the trails there each year, but this year the snow and ice that remained constant on the trails forced the officials to move the race to the levee instead.

We got checked in and viewed the course that consisted of a two mile road that we would run back and forth on for three loops, with the first mile of the race a half mile out and back in the opposite direction. I looked at the already sloppy mess and said oh, this is only going to get worse with more foot traffic, shaking my head and hoping for the best. And thankfully the weather did turn around in our favor before we started. The rain stopped!

Sure enough, with the milers, 5k runners, and marathoners that had already been out on the road, after the first loop it was pretty hard to find areas that you didn't sink into for the 134 half marathoners. What a great experience for Jay's first half marathon, right?

I stayed with Jay and our cousins Rob and Renee for the first mile and then picked up my pace. Rob had agreed to stay with Jay to help pace him, and Renee was just getting over influenza, so she was giving this her best shot. I wanted to use this race as a long training run for my marathon next month and was just simply happy to get off the treadmill and amongst other runners for the first time in a long time!

The weather continually warmed up and with every loop I shed layers, even throwing Jay my shirt on the last loop. He shouted, hey, the only girl that will take her shirt off for me 😂 We ended the race at 62 degrees, a very welcome change from the sub zero temps we had been experiencing in Nebraska.

One may think that the loops back and forth could get boring as I was running by myself and with no music or headphones. But the trail running community is made up of people with the most positive attitudes of anyone you could ever meet. With the constant meeting of other runners, and the marathoners also mixed in with us, there was always someone to give a smile to, exchange words of encouragement with, and also a little ribbing. "Hey, it looks like you found a little mud." "Did you know your shoes are dirty?" I enjoyed the people running this race and the volunteers very much.

There were many, many times that I wanted to stop and walk, though. I commented to one girl in the muddiest section that every time I reached that half mile, I wanted to cry a little. She replied with the same. But I could also see other women ahead of me walking and my competitive spirit won out.

I ran smart and simply slowed down for the muddiest parts, telling myself to just keep moving forward without stopping. My mantra for this race was "stronger as I go." I continually said this to myself over and over. That's exactly how it went, too. My last 5k was negative splits, with my final mile being my fastest mile and passing two more females in the last half mile.

Even though I wasn't beside Jay throughout the whole race, I met him on the course several times to yell directives at him, haha! "Run, Freeman, run! It's your last day of being 39!" His original goal was to finish under 4 hours, but that day he thought he may be able to get it finished in 3 hours. Rob did an excellent job pacing him, Jay finished in 3:02! We are all proud!

The races weren't done when we finished our half. Some of the runners had chosen to run the mile, along with the 5k, along with the marathon, and then do a half marathon once they finished the full marathon. The name of this event for those who chose to do it all? "The answer to everything!" None of us were wishing that we had entered that, not for one single moment.

Successful half marathon day, and yes, he may just be thinking of doing another. It's an addiction yknow.....
 
On Saturday, March 16, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Big 12 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:23:02

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-16
Overall33rdTop 4.8%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank37thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 21s
Total Races89 races for 3.1 miles39certified races for 3.1 miles
 274 races overall129 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Hilly course, ran as well as I could hope for with little mileage and not much warmup. Ran in tights and hooded sweatshirt.
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Shamrock Shuffle

Certified? No

3.0 milez in 00:35:06

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-16
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank21stmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 12m 14s
Total Races23 races for 3.0 miles0certified races for 3.0 miles
 433 races overall24 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Run/walk. Went better than expected.
 
On Sunday, March 17, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Blarney Stone

Certified? Yes

3 1 milez in 00:23:10

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-17
Overall3rdTop 2%
Age2ndTop 66.7%
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 23m 10s
Total Races1 races for 3 1 miles1certified races for 3 1 miles
 275 races overall130 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Forgot I had signed up for this, so I ran even though I was tired from yesterday. Didn't warm up because I got there late. Ran only about 10 seconds slower than yesterday.
 
On Saturday, March 23, 2019
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Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Grinnell Track Open

Certified?

.5 milez in 00:02:08

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-23
Overall1stBroke Tape!
Age1stWon Age Group -- you DDSOB! ;)
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 2m 8s
Total Races10 races for .5 miles9certified races for .5 miles
 130 races overall77 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Ran 800m at Grinnell Indoor track to test fitness 5 weeks before Drake Relays.

Ran 2:08.06- 32.3-32.2-32.6-30.9

Happy with result.
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Grinnell Track Open

Certified?

.25 milez in 00:00:56

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-23
Overall1stBroke Tape!
Age1stWon Age Group -- you DDSOB! ;)
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 56s
Total Races4 races for .25 miles3certified races for .25 miles
 130 races overall77 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Ran 400m after 800 for workout.

56.90. Happy with speed with no track work.
 
On Saturday, March 30, 2019
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Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Tabitha Miles4Meals

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:35:15

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-30
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank9thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 10m 31s
Total Races128 races for 3.1 miles2certified races for 3.1 miles
 435 races overall24 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Statehood Day, State Farm, now Tabitha Run. Mostly protected from the wind. Another run/walk.
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Tabitha Miles4Meals

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:35:15

Race Data Statz as of 2019-03-30
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank9thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 10m 31s
Total Races128 races for 3.1 miles2certified races for 3.1 miles
 435 races overall24 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Statehood Day, State Farm, now Tabitha Run. Mostly protected from the wind. Another run/walk.
 
On Saturday, April 6, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Early Bird

Certified? Yes

10 milez in 00:59:48

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-06
Overall12th
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank5thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 1m 38s
Total Races8 races for 10 miles8certified races for 10 miles
 185 races overall158 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Early Bord

Certified? Yes

10.0 milez in 02:05:53

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-06
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 4m 25s
Total Races2 races for 10.0 miles2certified races for 10.0 miles
 436 races overall25 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Run / walk. Probably would help if I trained a bit...
Barb (getfuzzy)

Spirit of White Bear Lake 5K

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:30:56

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-06
Overall31stTop 44.9%
Age3rdTop 37.5%
PR Rank14thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 8m 26s
Total Races24 races for 3.1 miles15certified races for 3.1 miles
 44 races overall29 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"


Nice race, nice people.

The weather was meh but at least it wasn't super cold and rainy!

I'm just plugging away at this running thing. :)


(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

Rockin K trail run

Certified?

26 milez in 04:17:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-06
OverallDnfth
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 48m 0s
Total Races3 races for 26 miles0certified races for 26 miles
 152 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Fell and hurt back and right hip so dropped to 26 miles.
Dan Fucinaro (Dan)
NDORFNZ Racing

Eisenhower Marathon

Certified? Yes

26.2 milez in 03:19:09

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-06
Overall9th
Age2nd
PR Rank42ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 15m 22s
Total Races55 races for 26.2 miles55certified races for 26.2 miles
 93 races overall91 certified races overall
   9States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"

Thanks to God, my family and friends for a wonderful race at the Eisenhower Marathon in Abilene, Kansas! A few special thanks: Carl for organizing a fabulous send off run a few days before. And to Dick Beardsley...I often listen back to his speech on a CD called "A Matter of Faith", where he ties in his running, his career, and his sobriety with his personal lifelong faith. I had listened to it again on the drive down to Abilene and some things that stuck with me in the race were the idea of not giving up, and trusting in God, especially when things look the worst.

Many of you know that the main reason I ran this Eisenhower Marathon race was in hopes of getting a 2020 Boston Marathon qualifying time...for me this is sub 3:25. I had blew my chance in Miami a few months before. And even with the fact that I would be running the 2019 Boston just 9 days before Eisenhower, I thought this would be a better opportunity to Boston-qualify (BQ) than on the hilly Boston course AND on other races after Boston, as you get into the slower race times associated with summer races. So a BQ was my main objective, but I had formed a few other goals for this specific race...

One goal was to "redeem myself" from my 2004 Eisenhower Marathon
performance. That race was my very first marathon, and I had made every rookie mistake there was to make, and then some, in it. Finally, a last goal in the 'return to Eisenhower' was the same as my other races: to try to do my very best with my fitness, the weather, and other factors, on race day.

I am so happy that I can say that I feel I personally achieved these 3 goals in the race!

I got into town the day before the race, and was greeted by "Welcome Runners" signs all over their main street, Buckeye Street. At packet pickup was the same kindness and warmth that I had experienced with the people of Abilene 15 years before. Checked into my hotel and got to bed as early as I could.

On race morning, weather conditions were much better that morning than on the 2004 race day. My Garmin said 48 degrees with 7 mph south wind...weather from the internet had predicted temps climbing to low 60's by 11:00 am and the south wind picking up to about 15 mph by then. And it was cloudy, so I had that going for me. The 2004 race was significantly colder and more windy, with a bit of rain as well.

The start of the race was the intersection of Buckeye Street and SE 3rd Street, right in-between St Andrew's Catholic Church on the west and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum on the east. Abilene was the boyhood home of President Eisenhower, and hence the marathon was named for him. One of the many nice things about this small town race was free parking right near the start/finish and minimal waiting at the portable restrooms. Chatted with a few folks from the area and also some with Nebraska gear on! I would go on to see the Nebraska folks out cheering for their runners and would also chat with them post race.

The start went off at 7:00 am and I wanted to get this race "right" from the get-go. The initial headwind going south was not problematic at that point, so I tried to relax and nail down a pace of 7:30-7:40 per mile on my Garmin, which would put me at about 3:20 finish if I held the pace throughout the race. The pace over the first few miles felt "do-able" for the entire marathon--challenging enough, but not the speedier pace of a shorter race. I had to think of the many miles ahead.

The course was different than the course in 2004, and I had studied it beforehand. The new course was a double out-and-back for the full marathon. And the out-and-back consisted of a southbound stretch; then heading out for a clockwise (hOg-wise) loop of Brown Memorial Park plus an east turnaround, then going out of the park to a southwest turnaround, then doing a COUNTER clockwise (counter hOg-wise) loop of the park you were just on with the east turnaround, then a northbound stretch to the start/finish. So full marathoners did this twice; half marathoners did it once. There was also a 5K and a 10K for this race.

I liked the new course, and it was not confusing given I had done my homework beforehand. I found it had broken up the race into manageable bits. The course had lots friendly volunteers both at the places where you turned and at the many water/Gatorade stations.

I got to "know" many of the runners just from being out there on the course, whether we talked much or not in the actual race. There were some brief conversations, but I did not want to mess up their race, or to mess up mine. There were some runners that would pass me, or that I would pass, but there was always good sportsmanship all around and no dog-eat-dog attitudes. There was one couple with matching "Just Married" shirts where I shouted my congrats to them!

Heading back to the start/finish for my first out-and-back I had briefly chatted with a woman who would go on to be the 2nd place woman in the half marathon. Just after my turnaround at the start/finish to begin my 2nd out-and-back, she was finishing and I cheered her. I knew that the 2nd out-and-back would be a bit more windy than the first, especially feeling it in our faces in the initial southbound miles. I knew not to overly "fight" the wind, just get through it for a few miles and soon I would be making the turn to the park and out of the headwind. That headwind, plus the fact that I had half of the race behind me, had slowed my pace for a few miles, but surprisingly recovered physically and pace-wise once I hit the park. The familiarity of what I had ran before was a comfort. I knew there were just a few more southbound stretches with the headwind, so I tried to keep focus. Obviously the increasing miles were taking their toll. Past 20 miles, I would see folks walking and I thought how nice that would be, but I did not give in. That was their race and their business, mine was to do everything I could for the BQ. Finally I was on the northbound stretch with a tailwind and just over 2 miles to go. I was doing the math in my head, and it not only looked like if I kept it together that I would not only run sub 3:25 for the BQ, but sub 3:20. I was even tempted in the last half mile or so to take a brief walk break but thankfully did not and finished in 3:19:09. More than 5 minutes quicker than my BQ time! And, I really felt like I had run the best race I could...steady, fighting the urges to overly speed or overly slow here and there, and thinking of struggling for a few hours in the race is better than giving up or giving in when things got difficult.

After the race, I had many lovely conversations with fellow runners, their supporters and the fine folks of Abilene who volunteered and cheered us on. I was actually 2nd in my age group, but got the award for 1st place men 50-54, as the actual first place in the age group was the overall race winner. After showering and checking out of my hotel, I visited the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum before heading back.

It was my 55th marathon, and I had come full circle from my first marathon there in 2004. Lots of wonderful memories, lots to be thankful for, and many memories to come!

Song of the day: "Abilene" by Sheryl Crow.
 
On Sunday, April 7, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Florida Lake 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:21:45

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-07
Overall5thTop 2.5%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank32ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 4m 4s
Total Races90 races for 3.1 miles40certified races for 3.1 miles
 276 races overall131 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Felt tired most of the way but recent work seems to be kicking in.
Erik Hash (Hasheri)
NDORFNZ Racing

Star Wars Rival Run Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:32:13

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-07
Overall33rdTop 0.3%
Age5thTop 0.5%
PR Rank3rdmissed Certifed PR by 0h 4m 19s
Total Races11 races for 13.1 miles5certified races for 13.1 miles
 90 races overall27 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Bathroom stop at about 4.5 miles.
 
On Monday, April 15, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Boston Marathon

Certified? Yes

26.2 milez in 02:54:27

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-15
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank11thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 10m 40s
Total Races36 races for 26.2 miles32certified races for 26.2 miles
 186 races overall159 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Dan Fucinaro (Dan)
NDORFNZ Racing

Boston Marathon

Certified? Yes

26.2 milez in 03:30:32

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-15
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank51stmissed Certifed PR by 0h 26m 45s
Total Races56 races for 26.2 miles56certified races for 26.2 miles
 94 races overall92 certified races overall
   9States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"

BOSTON number 14!! I was so happy to return to Boston! Especially relieved that I had a qualifying time for next year's 2020 Boston Marathon as well, from my Eisenhower Marathon nine days prior. Going into the race, I thought that I could just enjoy the experience since I had a qualifier...and also run it easy since I would not be anywhere near 100 percent because of the back-to-back races.

For race weekend, I got to Boston on Friday, went to the expo and met up with Scott, Kristy, and her husband Chad for a nice visit. On Saturday, we had a party of 11 (myself and my Rhode Island/Massachusetts cousins) for a wonderful mini-reunion and lunch. I was especially touched and grateful that my cousin Stacey had come, as she was diagnosed with cancer last year, battled the disease, and came out cancer free, happy and healthy one year later! On Sunday, Scott, Kristy, Chad, myself, plus a family that were friends of Scott's did the fun Boston "Duck" tour on land and water!

Race morning. Luckily, it looked like the predicted rain would be before and after the race, and that is what happened. Thank heavens it was not like last year's nightmare weather of headwinds, heavy rain and starting at 38 degrees or so. I went to get on the bus at 6:00 and who is there among the 30,000 runners but Scott and Kristy! I talked Scott's ear off on the bus ride to Hopkinton. On the trip, the buses pulled over twice due to lightning and heavy rain. Each stop was about 10-15 minutes, and I was wondering if they may delay the race start if this goes on...thankfully this did not happen. At Athlete's Village I always love meeting runners from all over and chatting.

I was in the 2nd corral of the 2nd wave, which went off at 10:25 am Boston time. The temp was 57 degrees, with a 10 mph SSE wind and cloudy. That first mile is always jam crowded, elbow-to-elbow. I was just doing what Obi Wan instructed Luke to do in "A New Hope"...put the blast shield down and go on instinct...translated to the race: going on feel. The majority of the course up to mile 16 is downhill and I was thinking of what Mo taught me for downhill running, and also letting gravity "do the work" so as to conserve energy, which would have been my wise father's advice. Once the crowding dissipated a bit, I also tried to enter into a prayer state, thinking about all of our safety and doing this for God. I always dedicate my races to my dad as well.

First mile split was 7:30 and I thought, "well, that was downhill and just my first mile of 26.2...ease up, kid". My average pace at Eisenhower over the whole thing was 7:36, and I thought there is no way I was going to pull that off again 9 days later. But I kept trying to back off the pace and I kept getting 7:30ish on my Garmin! I was feeling good and it did not feel like I was "pushing" my limits. I heard the Red Sox classic of Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" twice in maybe the first 5 miles! Amazing crowds as always! Going though the first few beautiful New England towns of Hopkinton, Ashland and Natick... There was a sign that said "Leaving Natick" and so I yelled out to the crowd, "See ya next year, Natick!!"

I went through each 5K split, wondering how long I could hold the 7:30ish pace. At some points I was wondering if I would do a similar time to Eisenhower...better think twice on that one, kid. Just past the "scream tunnel" of Wellesley was the half marathon mark...I have done some races where I hit the half and it FEELS like I did a half marathon effort...it did NOT feel like this! OK, I knew mile 15 was a serious downhill before the 4 Newton hills from miles 16-21. Just enjoy it, because a very tough road is ahead. I did the first hill of the 4 hills with no walking. But after the majority of downhills previously and the sun coming out...AND that 7:30ish pace...it kind if hit me. Not like hitting the wall, but it was very significant.

I got past the firehouse turn just past mile 17 and did my first walk break. And just like potato chips, the walk break was addictive, and "you can't have just one." I told my cousins later that before the Newton hills, I had a hard time remembering that I had ran a race 9 days before...and after the Newton hills, I DID NOT have a hard time remembering this!! I wasn't cramping in the legs, but I was fatigued. I had my BQ time for next year, so I was not going to overly push today. For the remaining 3 Newton hills (concluding with Heartbreak Hill), I made sure I ran at least part of them. Did some walk breaks after the hills were over also. I gave myself permission for this and did not care. Many in the crowd encouraged me, yelling my number "9642" or "Go, Star Wars", as I was wearing a Star Wars cap! If I was walking, I nodded, waved, or gave a thumbs-up to them that I was indeed finishing this thing, just taking a walk break at the time.

Once past Heartbreak Hill, you go down that famous hill and approach the cheers of Boston College. The worst of the course is over, but you still have 5 miles to go. Then past Coolidge Corner where my cousins Viv, Mary Lou and Stacey were (thanks, ladies!), down-and-up an underpass, right on Hereford, and--would you know it--left on Boylston once again! Got my medal and hugged the woman who gave it to me. I thanked the volunteers and the police for a beautiful and safe journey from Hopkinton to the finish!

I had a joyful reunion again meeting Viv, Mary Lou and Stacey at Chef Chow's House in Brookline. This is nearby where they watch at Coolidge Corner, at about mile 24. Excellent Chinese lunch/dinner and a beautiful time together! After that, I did the Fenway Park post-race party where Jen and Matt took time out to meet me for a lovely visit! The next day, I had breakfast and a great post-race chat with Scott and Kristy! CONGRATS to Matt, Scott, Kristy and ALL the runners!

Thanks as always to God, my family and friends! I could not have done this without all of you. You inspire me and keep me coming back.

Song of the day: "Wonderland" by Nils Lofgren. On this day, the Wonderland was the Boylston finish line!
 
On Saturday, April 20, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Arizona Trail 7k

Certified? Yes

4.34 milez in 00:33:11

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-20
Overall5thTop 3.9%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 33m 11s
Total Races1 races for 4.34 miles1certified races for 4.34 miles
 277 races overall132 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Tuesday, April 23, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Grand Blue Mile

Certified? Yes

1 milez in 00:06:07

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-23
Overall200thTop 25%
Age4thTop 20%
PR Rank14thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 1m 46s
Total Races23 races for 1 miles15certified races for 1 miles
 279 races overall134 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
For some reason, my time and Craig's time was not recorded, so I'm giving estimates of where I finished. Regardless, for the layoff I had and the little training I've been doing, I was happy with the time.
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Grand Blue Mile

Certified? Yes

1 milez in 00:06:07

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-23
Overall200thTop 25%
Age4thTop 20%
PR Rank14thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 1m 46s
Total Races23 races for 1 miles15certified races for 1 miles
 279 races overall134 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
For some reason, my time and Craig's time was not recorded, so I'm giving estimates of where I finished. Regardless, for the layoff I had and the little training I've been doing, I was happy with the time.
 
On Friday, April 26, 2019
AthleteComments
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Drake Relays

Certified?

.5 milez in 00:02:05

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-26
Overall2nd
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 3s
Total Races11 races for .5 miles9certified races for .5 miles
 131 races overall77 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Ran 2:05.57 for the Drake Relays Masters 800m run. Great to be back on that track.

Was hoping someone would take the race out decently hard but that did not happen. Took the lead after the cut-in off the curve and went through the first lap in 62.2 feeling really good. Had to battle the wind on the backstretch by myself and went through 600m at 1:34. Knew the defending champion was right behind me at that point. Kicked as hard as I could from 200m out but he went by me at the 725m mark.

Happy with effort and place and only 3 track workouts. Will be back next year and hopefully in really good 800m shape.
 
On Saturday, April 27, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Trail 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:23:25

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-27
Overall6thTop 3.8%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank39thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 44s
Total Races91 races for 3.1 miles41certified races for 3.1 miles
 280 races overall135 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Drake Relays Masters 800m

Certified? Yes

.5 milez in 00:02:19

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-27
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 0m 2s
Total Races2 races for .5 miles2certified races for .5 miles
 187 races overall160 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Barb (getfuzzy)

4H Clover 5K

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:31:35

Race Data Statz as of 2019-04-27
Overalln/a
Age4thTop 36.4%
PR Rank15thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 9m 5s
Total Races25 races for 3.1 miles16certified races for 3.1 miles
 45 races overall30 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"


Well, this was a tad disappointing but oh well. Lots of ups and down on the terrain. My first mile I thought I was running so fast! Ha ha! Not so. I sure hope I can break 30 this year. I run faster than this often just running during the week. Oh well. #keepmoving
 
On Saturday, May 4, 2019
AthleteComments
Barb (getfuzzy)

Sap Run 5K

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:32:04

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-04
Overalln/a
Age3rdTop 75%
PR Rank16thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 9m 34s
Total Races26 races for 3.1 miles17certified races for 3.1 miles
 46 races overall31 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"

Hilly but lovely day. Ran around lake Gervais. Walked a couple times but ran hills ok. Started maybe too fast.
 
On Sunday, May 5, 2019
AthleteComments
don honeycutt (rudy)

Lincoln 1/2 Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:43:10

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overall483rdTop 7.9%
Age9thTop 6.9%
PR Rank31stmissed Certifed PR by 0h 8m 39s
Total Races40 races for 13.1 miles35certified races for 13.1 miles
 116 races overall102 certified races overall
   4States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Great weather in Lincoln today. Very happy with my race never struggled and felt great. I was surprised and happy that Booty decided to run today . Nice to see Gary, Carl and Scott .
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Lincoln Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:47:55

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overall790thTop 12.5%
Age9thTop 9%
PR Rank19thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 37m 57s
Total Races37 races for 13.1 miles20certified races for 13.1 miles
 281 races overall136 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Lincoln Marathon

Certified? Yes

26.2 milez in 03:30:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank30thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 46m 13s
Total Races37 races for 26.2 miles33certified races for 26.2 miles
 188 races overall161 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Lincoln Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 02:47:22

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank4thmissed Certifed PR by 1h 2m 49s
Total Races19 races for 13.1 miles5certified races for 13.1 miles
 437 races overall26 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Got it done, wasnít pretty. Paying for it now. Got a bit warm but at least it as dry.
sonja honeycutt (booty)

Lincoln Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 02:09:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank33rdmissed Certifed PR by 0h 26m 29s
Total Races42 races for 13.1 miles34certified races for 13.1 miles
 76 races overall63 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Didn't plan on running the half due to sickness for the last month and falling down the other day, but I woke up this morning and thought I'd give it a try. I just enjoyed the weather and chugged it in to the finish line. Glad I decided to run it. It made my day!
Jim Ruppelt (jjjogger)

Lincoln 1/2 Maratho

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:41:54

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank7thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 9m 32s
Total Races11 races for 13.1 miles8certified races for 13.1 miles
 28 races overall15 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Trevor Scoville (theDude)

Lincoln 13.1

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:48:58

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank16thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 26m 58s
Total Races16 races for 13.1 miles16certified races for 13.1 miles
 97 races overall56 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
18th straight Lincoln Half
Carl J Samuelson (carljsamuelson)
NDORFNZ Racing

2019 Lincoln Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:45:52

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-05
Overall639thTop 10%
Age63rdTop 19.6%
PR Rank13thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 12m 57s
Total Races19 races for 13.1 miles16certified races for 13.1 miles
 99 races overall40 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
2019 Lincoln Half Marathon

Kinda figured it'd go this way: be able to fake it til mile 9 / "The Hill", get zapped, kinda/sorta finish.

Nailed it! ;)

Too humid for me, lost count of how many times I wrung the headband; thank baby Jesus that LNK provides those perfectly perfect cups of ice!

Thanks to those that reached out before and after; you're awesome!
 
On Friday, May 10, 2019
AthleteComments
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Buffalo Greek 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:22:32

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-10
Overalln/a
Age2ndTop 20%
PR Rank16thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 25s
Total Races48 races for 3.1 miles18certified races for 3.1 miles
 145 races overall53 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
2 Nd in Age Group ..... top 3 were all seconds apart!
Week = 35
 
On Saturday, May 11, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

M2M-IA Stage 1

Certified? Yes

5.76 milez in 00:35:37

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 35m 37s
Total Races1 races for 5.76 miles1certified races for 5.76 miles
 191 races overall164 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

M2M-IA Stage 7

Certified? Yes

5.74 milez in 00:37:50

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 37m 50s
Total Races1 races for 5.74 miles1certified races for 5.74 miles
 191 races overall164 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

M2M-IA Stage 13

Certified? Yes

2.57 milez in 00:15:12

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 15m 12s
Total Races1 races for 2.57 miles1certified races for 2.57 miles
 191 races overall164 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

1st leg Cowboy ultra

Certified?

5 milez in 00:35:40

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 30s
Total Races2 races for 5 miles0certified races for 5 miles
 158 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

2nd leg cowboy ultra

Certified?

13 milez in 01:34:30

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 1h 34m 30s
Total Races1 races for 13 miles0certified races for 13 miles
 158 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

3rd leg cowboy ultra

Certified?

4 milez in 00:30:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 7m 14s
Total Races2 races for 4 miles0certified races for 4 miles
 158 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

4th leg cowboy ultra

Certified?

5 milez in 00:35:10

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 30s
Total Races2 races for 5 miles0certified races for 5 miles
 158 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

5th leg cowboy ultra

Certified?

10 milez in 01:32:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-11
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 1h 32m 0s
Total Races1 races for 10 miles0certified races for 10 miles
 158 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, May 18, 2019
AthleteComments
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Saints Peter and Paul 5 k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:22:15

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-18
Overall21stTop 15.1%
Age2ndTop 20%
PR Rank15thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 8s
Total Races50 races for 3.1 miles19certified races for 3.1 miles
 147 races overall54 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
2 Nd Age Group (60-69) ...
 
On Sunday, May 19, 2019
AthleteComments
don honeycutt (rudy)

Papillion 10 k

Certified? Yes

6.2 milez in 00:48:15

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-19
Overall15thTop 12%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank15thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 20s
Total Races18 races for 6.2 miles16certified races for 6.2 miles
 117 races overall103 certified races overall
   4States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Every time I decide to run this race it is cold and windy. Ran my best but still disappointed at my overall time. Won age group and finished 15th Overall. New course this year I liked it better but still very hilly.
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Papillion 5k

Certified?

3.25 milez in 00:34:59

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-19
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 34m 59s
Total Races6 races for 3.25 miles0certified races for 3.25 miles
 438 races overall26 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, May 25, 2019
AthleteComments
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

John Breisline 5 k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:22:11

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-25
Overall41stTop 5.3%
Age2ndTop 12.5%
PR Rank15thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 4s
Total Races51 races for 3.1 miles20certified races for 3.1 miles
 148 races overall55 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
5 k race this morning in Buffalo, NY...... Jonh Breisline 5 k
and finished a little faster than what I have been running !
Felt pretty good cause I started slowly today and
processed to gain speed as the race went on!
2 Nd age group ! The guy that won my age group
is very good ! Congrats to Sam ! Heís a beast!
 
On Monday, May 27, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Boys Town Memorial Day

Certified? Yes

5 milez in 00:33:25

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-27
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank14thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 4m 42s
Total Races14 races for 5 miles14certified races for 5 miles
 192 races overall165 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Friday, May 31, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Arrowhead 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:20:01

Race Data Statz as of 2019-05-31
Overall24thTop 1.4%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank18thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 20s
Total Races92 races for 3.1 miles42certified races for 3.1 miles
 282 races overall137 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, June 1, 2019
AthleteComments
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Havelock 3k

Certified? Yes

1.87 milez in 00:09:28

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overall8th
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank2ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 0m 31s
Total Races2 races for 1.87 miles2certified races for 1.87 miles
 132 races overall78 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Cosley Zoo Run 5 k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:21:58

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overall53rdTop 4.2%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank13thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 1m 51s
Total Races52 races for 3.1 miles21certified races for 3.1 miles
 149 races overall56 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Raced a 5k in Wheaton, Illinois on my way back to Nebraska and ended up breaking 22 minutes which has been a goal over the last few weeks! Now need to set my goals higher and keep on keeping on!
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Dam to DSM

Certified? Yes

12.4 milez in 01:36:26

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 1m 59s
Total Races2 races for 12.4 miles2certified races for 12.4 miles
 193 races overall166 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Havelock Charity

Certified?

1.83 milez in 00:18:06

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 18m 6s
Total Races1 races for 1.83 miles0certified races for 1.83 miles
 439 races overall26 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Havenít run this for a long while. First time on the 3k course. Saw several Ndorfnz friends.
Erik Hash (Hasheri)
NDORFNZ Racing

Half Hastings Half Marathon

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:33:48

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overall4thTop 2.9%
Age3rdTop 15%
PR Rank5thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 54s
Total Races12 races for 13.1 miles6certified races for 13.1 miles
 91 races overall28 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Last minute signup, planned to take it as a tempo but that went out the window when the gun went off. Was in about 6th for the first few then caught 2 in front of me and ran with 4th for awhile, let him pull away around 6, then caught him at 10 and never looked back. Ran fairly consistently. Slowed about 10 sec per mile the last few miles.
(freejack)
NRGE

Hastings Half

Certified? No

3.1 milez in 00:23:04

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-01
Overall15thTop 7.3%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank3rdmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 1m 33s
Total Races11 races for 3.1 miles5certified races for 3.1 miles
 35 races overall16 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Looking for some turn over and ended up 2nd female and 1st for my age group. This was a well put together race with great swag, food, and beer. Definitely doing this one again.
 
On Saturday, June 8, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Hospital Hill

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:21:34

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-08
Overall8thTop 10.7%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank33rdmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 53s
Total Races93 races for 3.1 miles43certified races for 3.1 miles
 283 races overall138 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Sunday, June 9, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Buffalo County Stampede

Certified? Yes

13.1 milez in 01:22:55

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-09
Overall1stBroke Tape!
Age1stWon Age Group -- you DDSOB! ;)
PR Rank13thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 7m 25s
Total Races19 races for 13.1 miles18certified races for 13.1 miles
 194 races overall167 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Buffalo County Stampede

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:31:56

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-09
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank8thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 7m 12s
Total Races129 races for 3.1 miles2certified races for 3.1 miles
 440 races overall26 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Cool breezy morning. Congrats to Scott on defending his crown again this year.
 
On Saturday, June 15, 2019
AthleteComments
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Cornfield Cornfield 10k

Certified? Yes

6.2 milez in 00:37:47

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-15
Overall6thTop 0.4%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank14thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 56s
Total Races18 races for 6.2 miles18certified races for 6.2 miles
 195 races overall168 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, June 22, 2019
AthleteComments
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Old Settlers 5k

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:17:01

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-22
Overall2nd
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 8s
Total Races22 races for 3.1 miles6certified races for 3.1 miles
 134 races overall78 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Happy with time. First 5k in awhile.
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Witness for Fitness

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:22:37

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-22
Overall12thTop 16%
Agen/a
PR Rank5thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 1m 19s
Total Races53 races for 3.1 miles21certified races for 3.1 miles
 150 races overall56 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Raced a 5k at Holmes Lake ( as a Registered Late Runner) where i finished 12th overall .......22:37

 
On Sunday, June 23, 2019
AthleteComments
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Road to Omaha

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:22:17

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-23
Overall57thTop 9.1%
Age3rdTop 14.3%
PR Rank4thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 59s
Total Races54 races for 3.1 miles21certified races for 3.1 miles
 151 races overall56 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
5k race this morning in Omaha ( Road to Omaha) ---22:17 (3rd age group) .....felt pretty good but legs just didn't want to turnover as fast as i wanted them to !
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

CWS5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:17:52

Race Data Statz as of 2019-06-23
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank12thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 1m 5s
Total Races24 races for 3.1 miles20certified races for 3.1 miles
 196 races overall169 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Thursday, July 4, 2019
AthleteComments
don honeycutt (rudy)

Firecracker Flight 5K

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:22:38

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-04
Overall13thTop 5.8%
Age1stWon Age Group
PR Rank8thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 8s
Total Races12 races for 3.1 miles10certified races for 3.1 miles
 118 races overall104 certified races overall
   4States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Had a very good race felt strong the whole way.
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Stuhr Museum 4th July

Certified?

3.1 milez in 00:21:40

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-04
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank3rdmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 22s
Total Races55 races for 3.1 miles21certified races for 3.1 miles
 152 races overall56 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Race in G.I. this morning to celebrate 4th of July......21:40

mc.lynch (mc.lynch)

Rally 4 Sally

Certified?

4 milez in 00:31:13

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-04
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank4thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 2m 49s
Total Races5 races for 4 miles0certified races for 4 miles
 77 races overall0 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Strava splits 7:45, 7:48, 7:41, 7:30, 0:30 (.08), average 7:39. Based on recent tempo run and todayís race conditions I was thinking I could run about 7:45 pace so happy with results.
sonja honeycutt (booty)

Fire Craker Flight 10k

Certified? Yes

6.2 milez in 00:53:35

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-04
Overalln/a
Age1ststTop 2.9%
PR Rank8thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 5m 11s
Total Races10 races for 6.2 miles9certified races for 6.2 miles
 77 races overall64 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
I was supposed to run the 5K but missed the turn around and decided to run the 10k. (Race directors gave us that option before the race!) Luckily, I got 1st place in my age division.
 
On Sunday, July 7, 2019
AthleteComments
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Lincoln Mile

Certified?

1 milez in 00:04:39

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-07
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 2s
Total Races22 races for 1 miles15certified races for 1 miles
 135 races overall78 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Ran 4:39.76 in the Lincoln Mile "elite" division. The race went out hard, I went through in 64 and was bringing up the rear of the pack. Definitely took it out of my kick at the end. Just didn't have anything left. Was hoping for a few seconds faster but I guess I will take it at 40 years of age.
Scott Haug (hOg)
NDORFNZ Racing

Lincoln Mile

Certified? Yes

1 milez in 00:05:00

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-07
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank2ndmissed Certifed PR by 0h 0m 4s
Total Races5 races for 1 miles5certified races for 1 miles
 197 races overall170 certified races overall
   11States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Thursday, July 11, 2019
AthleteComments
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Summer Series 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:21:17

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-11
Overall167thTop 7.5%
Age2ndTop 10%
PR Rank33rdmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 36s
Total Races95 races for 3.1 miles45certified races for 3.1 miles
 285 races overall140 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Summer Series 5k

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:21:17

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-11
Overall167thTop 7.5%
Age2ndTop 10%
PR Rank33rdmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 36s
Total Races95 races for 3.1 miles45certified races for 3.1 miles
 285 races overall140 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
 
On Saturday, July 13, 2019
AthleteComments
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Midnight Madness

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:22:19

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-13
Overall107th
Age3rd
PR Rank19thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 2m 12s
Total Races56 races for 3.1 miles22certified races for 3.1 miles
 153 races overall57 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Did this race probably 25 years ago when it was a 10 k .....this year
i did the 5 k race in 22:19 .......3rd in my age group .......
 
On Sunday, July 14, 2019
AthleteComments
don honeycutt (rudy)

NE Football 5K Road Race

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:23:08

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-14
Overall49thTop 9.8%
Age2nd
PR Rank10thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 38s
Total Races13 races for 3.1 miles11certified races for 3.1 miles
 119 races overall105 certified races overall
   4States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Had a great time this morning in Lincoln. Nice to see all the Huskers lined up giving hi fives as we finished.
sonja honeycutt (booty)

Nebraska Football Road Race

Certified? Yes

3.1 milez in 00:26:45

Race Data Statz as of 2019-07-14
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank7thmissed Certifed PR by 0h 3m 5s
Total Races10 races for 3.1 miles8certified races for 3.1 miles
 78 races overall65 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Fun race! Lots of Husker Football players there!
Total Races: 83 | PRz: 20