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RR PA’s Jenny Hitchings wins the Boston Marathon W55-59 Division!

Posted by on Oct 12, 2021 in Coach, Elite Athlete, Masters LDR, Road Racing | 0 comments

More about this performance:

  • Jenny’s 2:45.32 finish time also beat the leaders in the W50-54 division and all but one in the 45-49 division.
  • Her closest competitor in the 55-59 division was an hour behind her.
  • According to https://www.usatf.org/special-pages/usatf-american-records, she also demolished her 2019 NY Marathon American and World Marathon Records of 2:50:36, but since the Boston course parameters keep it from qualifying for American and World Records, this performance will be categorized as American and World “Best” times.

Screen shot of her splits is below. What a phenomenal performance!

Congratulations Jenny!

Jen Hitchings 2021 Boston Splits

PA USATF Annual Meeting details

Posted by on Oct 5, 2021 in Coach, Cross Country, Elite Athlete, Masters LDR, Officials, pausatf, Road Racing, Track & Field, Youth | 0 comments

2021 USATF Annual Meeting update: 

Due to ongoing COVID concerns, this years USATF Annual Meeting will be a hybrid meeting of virtual and in-person attendance.  The meeting will take place from Thursday, December 2 through Sunday, December 5, and you once again can participate from the comfort of your own home!
In-person registration will be limited to primarily one representative per association, national committee chairs and members of executive committees, AAC athletes, and national office staff.  Individual members not in one of these roles may also register for the in-person portion of the meeting, though will be placed on a space available request list.
Meetings will begin Thursday at 10:00amEST and be conducted both in-person and synchronically via the Bizzabo platform which we used last year.  The annual meeting schedule is located on the meeting link below and will be posted shortly.

Annual Meeting information and registration: https://www.usatf.org/events/2021/2021-usatf-annual-meeting.  Registration is $125.00 either in-person or virtually

RR PA’ers Jenny Hitchings and Jacob Nur set Pending 10-Mile AR Records

Posted by on Sep 13, 2021 in Coach, Elite Athlete, Masters LDR, Masters News, PA Masters TF News, Road Racing | 0 comments

Jenny Hitchings & Jacob Nur

 

At the Buffalo Stampede 10-Mile Road race in Sacramento yesterday (Sept. 12, 2021), USATF Pacific Road Racing speedster Jenny Hitchings, 58, broke her own American Age Group 55-59 record (pending) by running a 1:01:15. Fellow USATF Pacific Road Racing speedster, Jacob Nur, 66, set a new American Age Group 65-69 record (pending) by running the certified and sanctioned course in 1:01:00.

PA Assoc Annual Meeting – 19 Sept. details

Posted by on Aug 30, 2021 in Coach, Cross Country, Elite Athlete, Masters LDR, Officials, pausatf, Road Racing, Track & Field, Youth | 0 comments

2021 USATF Pacific Annual Meeting via zoom
Sunday, 19 September 3:00-7:00pm

The Board of Athletics will select the delegates for the USATF Annual Meeting (2-5 December); discuss the 2022 PA-USATF annual budget; in addition to the first reading of proposed association bylaws will be considered.  Below is the preliminary agenda. Please send requests to add additional items to the president, Charlotte Sneed at [email protected] by Friday, September 10th.
All updates and meeting documents will be posted on the website under ‘about’ and meetings’ prior to the meeting.

Treasurer’s Report – treasurer /Mansoor: Revision/update
2022 Budget Proposal
2021 USATF Annual Meeting (2-5 December) – Charlotte Sneed
Nomination of delegates and alternates
Proposed Association ByLaw revision for first reading – Dave Shrock
USATF Pacific Foundation update
Covid19 Status
Competition Status Update
NCAA D1 West Region XC meet this fall in Sacramento – Daniel Domenichelli
Club Cross in SF Fall 2022 – Irene Herman
Junior Olympic Track & Field National Championships in Sacramento – John Mansoor
Fall XC Status
2021 Track and Field
Future Meetings: November 16th via Zoom

TF Jordan Gray Puts Women’s Decathlon Record Over 8,000 points

Posted by on Aug 24, 2021 in Coach, Elite Athlete, Masters T&F, Officials, pausatf, Track & Field | 0 comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           Aug. 23, 2021    Contact: Fred Baer              [email protected]

 100th SEASON OF CSM SPORTS BEGINS WITH ITS  3rd AMERICAN RECORD PERFORMANCE

Jordan Gray posed with supporting PAUSATF officials after her American Record decathlon performance at College of San Mateo on Aug. 22. Photo by Becca

 

“Greatest Woman Athlete” Smashes American Record; Runner-up Has H.S. Best:

 JORDAN GRAY PUTS WOMEN’S DECATHLON RECORD OVER 8,000 POINTS

Jordan Gray obliterated her American Record in the women’s decathlon Sunday, running up history’s second highest total of 8,246 points in the Women’s Decathlon Association “National” Championships at College of San Mateo.

The Ball Ground, Ga. resident becomes only the third person to score over 8,000 points in the 10-event competition, which, effectively, determines the “world’s greatest” female athlete.

The world record is 8,358 points by Austra Skujyte of Lithuania in 2005. The only other athlete to ever top the 8K mark was Marie Collonville of France, who set the former world record of 8,150 points in 2004.  

Gray added a phenomenal 325 points to the American and Western Hemisphere Records of 7,921 she set in the first Women’s Decathlon Championships in 2019, also at CSM. It is the third American track and field record set on CSM’s international Mondo track facility — as the college begins its 100th season of athletic competition. Kim Kreiner, previously, set an AR in the women’s javelin throw at CSM.  

WIND AVERAGE = LEGAL SCORE UNDER CURRENT RULES: Gray’s average wind-reading for the three events affected by wind was 1.4 meters per second, well under the allowable average of 2.0 (according to newer rules). Her competition opening 100 meter time was 11.86 seconds, aided by a 4.6 meters per second wind – the fastest ever under any conditions in a decathlon. Gray’s second day 100 meter hurdles race (timed in 14.43) was intentionally run into a 2.5 mps headwind, still scoring 919 points, to lower the overall meet wind average. (Her personal best is 13.80.) Gray had a 20 foot, 1 inch long jump the first day with legal 2.0 wind assistance – as she tallied the highest ever first day tally by an American, 4,356 points.

Gray, a 2019 Kennesaw State University grad,  continued to roll on day two with a discus throw of 130-8 for 652 points. She won the pole vault at 12-10 for 935 points and the javelin throw at 135-0 (689 points), equaling the second best mark by an American in a women’s decathlon. That had been achieved in 1997 by Stacy Dragila (the ex-pole vault world record holder who was a former community college heptathlon star). Gray finished with a 1,500 meter time of 5 minutes, 20.27 seconds, for 697 points to easily surpass the record. .

“The world record wasn’t something I was targeting,” said Gray. “I just wanted to come in and do my best without worrying about it – and get the American record.”

Gray, who was born in Lawenceville, Ga.,  plans to continue lobbying officials in USA Track & Field and World Athletics to allow women to contest the decathlon, along with the men, in major competitions.

Cash prizes were awarded to the top post-collegiate competitors by the Women’s Decathlon Association and by 3-time local Olympian Pat Daniels Connollly, an Olympic multievent pioneer in the pentathlon (in 1964). She is a former Capuchino High (San Bruno) and CSM student who now resides in Half Moon Bay.

HIGHEST EVER HS TOTAL: Corinn Brewer, an incoming senior at Greensburg (Pa.) Central Catholic, achieved the best ever high school decathlon score, 5,698 points, finishing second in the overall competition. She does not, however, officially break the high school and under age 20 record of 5,676 points — due to her excess wind average (over 2.0) for the competition. Brewer, also a cross country runner at her high school, won the concluding 1,500 meters in a swift  4:59.57 (829 points) – only the sixth ever (second American) to better 5 minutes in a women’s decathlon. That prevented race runner-up Gray from having the leading mark in all ten events.  

INTERNATIONAL FIELD: Uxia Pereira of Spain finished fourth in the meet with 5,539 points.

–Only men currently contest the decathlon at the Olympic Games, although the women’s event is an official World Athletics and USATF competition. This competition provided an opportunity to determine the “greatest woman athlete” just two weeks after the Olympics.

National and local level officials from the Pacific Association of USA Track & Field officiated the competition, using laser measurements and national timing services of Sean Laughlin of RecordTiming.

For complete results, see: https://www.rtspt.com/events/usatf/wdec21/

WOMEN’S DECATHLON ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, Presented by Parity, Aug. 21-22, at College of San Mateo. Final scores:

1.Jordon Gray, Ball Ground, Ga.,  8,246 points (betters own American record of 7.928, set at CSM, 2019).

2. Corinn Brewer, Greensburg (Pa.) Central Catholic H.S., 5,698w (highest ever high school score)

3. Hanna McPhee, San Francisco, 5,613.

4. Uxia Pereira, Spain, 5,539

5. Anna Lee McGregor, San Francisco, 4,598.

6. Natalia Quesada Marshall, San Francisco, 

All-Time World Women’s Decathlon Performances Over 8,000 Points:

8,358  WR         Austra Skujyte, Lithuania, 2005.

8,246  AR          Jordan Gray, USA, 2021.

8,150  WR         Marie Collonville, France, 2004.

Note: Gray also has the No. 4 all-time performance of 7,921 points, set in her 2019 American Record competition at CSM.

WR = World Record when achieved

AR = American and Area (Continental) Records

 

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TF Women’s Decathlon Champs final results with AR!

Posted by on Aug 21, 2021 in Coach, Cross Country, Elite Athlete, Masters LDR, Officials News, Para Athletics, pausatf, Race Walking, Road Racing, Track & Field, Youth | 0 comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     Aug. 23, 2021    Contact: Fred Baer  [email protected]com  m/t: 650.483.3733

“Greatest Woman Athlete” Smashes American Record; Runner-up Has H.S. Best:

JORDAN GRAY PUTS WOMEN’S DECATHLON RECORD OVER 8,000 POINTS

Jordan Gray obliterated her American Record in the women’s decathlon Sunday, running up history’s second highest total of 8,246 points in the Women’s Decathlon Association “National” Championships at College of San Mateo.
The Ball Ground, Ga. resident becomes only the third person to score over 8,000 points in the 10-event competition, which, effectively, determines the “world’s greatest” female athlete.
The world record is 8,358 points by Austra Skujyte of Lithuania in 2005. The only other athlete to ever top the 8K mark was Marie Collonville of France, who set the former world record of 8,150 points in 2004.
Gray added a phenomenal 325 points to the American and Western Hemisphere Records of 7,921 she set in the first Women’s Decathlon Championships in 2019, also at CSM. It is the third American track and field record set on CSM’s international Mondo track facility — as the college begins its 100th season of athletic competition. Kim Kreiner, previously, set an AR in the women’s javelin throw at CSM.

WIND AVERAGE = LEGAL SCORE UNDER CURRENT RULES: Gray’s average wind-reading for the three events affected by wind was 1.4 meters per second, well under the allowable average of 2.0 (according to newer rules). Her competition opening 100 meter time was 11.86 seconds, aided by a 4.6 meters per second wind – the fastest ever under any conditions in a decathlon. Gray’s second day 100 meter hurdles race (timed in 14.43) was intentionally run into a 2.5 mps headwind, still scoring 919 points, to lower the overall meet wind average. (Her personal best is 13.80.) Gray had a 20 foot, 1 inch long jump the first day with legal 2.0 wind assistance – as she tallied the highest ever first day tally by an American, 4,356 points.

Gray, a 2019 Kennesaw State University grad, continued to roll on day two with a discus throw of 130-8 for 652 points. She won the pole vault at 12-10 for 935 points and the javelin throw at 135-0 (689 points), equaling the second best mark by an American in a women’s decathlon. That had been achieved in 1997 by Stacy Dragila (the ex-pole vault world record holder who was a former community college heptathlon star). Gray finished with a 1,500 meter time of 5 minutes, 20.27 seconds, for 697 points to easily surpass the record. .

“The world record wasn’t something I was targeting,” said Gray. “I just wanted to come in and do my best without worrying about it – and get the American record.”
Gray, who was born in Lawenceville, Ga., plans to continue lobbying officials in USA Track & Field and World Athletics to allow women to contest the decathlon, along with the men, in major competitions.

Cash prizes were awarded to the top post-collegiate competitors by the Women’s Decathlon Association and by 3-time local Olympian Pat Daniels Connollly, an Olympic multievent pioneer in the pentathlon (in 1964). She is a former Capuchino High (San Bruno) and CSM student who now resides in Half Moon Bay.

HIGHEST EVER HS TOTAL: Corinn Brewer, an incoming senior at Greensburg (Pa.) Central Catholic, achieved the best ever high school decathlon score, 5,698 points, finishing second in the overall competition. She does not, however, officially break the high school and under age 20 record of 5,676 points — due to her excess wind average (over 2.0) for the competition. Brewer, also a cross country runner at her high school, won the concluding 1,500 meters in a swift 4:59.57 (829 points) – only the sixth ever (second American) to better 5 minutes in a women’s decathlon. That prevented race runner-up Gray from having the leading mark in all ten events.

INTERNATIONAL FIELD: Uxia Pereira of Spain finished fourth in the meet with 5,539 points.

–Only men currently contest the decathlon at the Olympic Games, although the women’s event is an official World Athletics and USATF competition. This competition provided an opportunity to determine the “greatest woman athlete” just two weeks after the Olympics.

National and local level officials from the Pacific Association of USA Track & Field officiated the competition, using laser measurements and national timing services of Sean Laughlin of RecordTiming.

For complete results, see: https://www.rtspt.com/events/usatf/wdec21/

Women’s Dec website: www.womensdecathlonassociation.com

 

WOMEN’S DECATHLON ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS, Presented by Parity, Aug. 21-22, at College of San Mateo. Final scores:

1.Jordon Gray, Ball Ground, Ga.,  8,246 points (betters own American record of 7.928, set at CSM, 2029).

  1. Corinn Brewer, Greensburg (Pa.) Central Catholic H.S., 5,698w (highest ever high school score)
  2. Hanna McPhee, San Francisco, 5,613.
  3. Uxia Pereira, Spain, 5,539
  4. Anna Lee McGregor, San Francisco, 4,598.
  5. Natalia Quesada Marshall, San Francisco,

 

All-Time World Women’s Decathlon Performances Over 8,000 Points:

8,358  WR         Austra Skujyte, Lithuania, 2005.

8,246  AR          Jordan Gray, USA, 2021.

8,150  WR         Marie Collonville, France, 2004.

Note: Gray also has the No. 4 all-time performance of 7,921 points, set in her 2019 American Record competition at CSM.

WR = World Record when achieved

AR = American and Area (Continental) Records

 

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TF Recap of August 17 Tamalpa All Comers Meet

Posted by on Aug 20, 2021 in Coach, Elite Athlete, Masters T&F, pausatf, Track & Field | 0 comments

 

 

 

Tamalpa All Comers Meet 100M Finish 8.17.21

 

Tamalpa August 17, 2021 Track Meet

San Rafael High School Track

A huge turnout of 108 runners, a new Tamalpa Track Meet participation record, competed in the August Tamalpa Track Meet on August 17, 2021 at San Rafael High School.  The first race of the meet was the One Mile Race and had 34 runners.  28-year-old Tyler Harwood took the lead from the start and won the race handily with a time of 4:51.6.  Allie Kegley was the first female finisher with a strong 6:40.0 finish.   50-year-old Simon Stebbings had the highest age grade for the race as he finished in 5:04.8 with an age grade of 83.49 %.

The next race was the 400M and 32-year-old Chris Barton was the winner with a fast 0:54:31. We had only one female runner in the race, 47-year-old Odilia Diaz who had a 1:51.48 finish.  The highest age graded performance was 77-year-old Larry Barnum’s 1:09.84 which gave him a 96.32% age grade score.

The 800M race was next and Tyler Harwood followed up his dominating win in the One Mile Race with another easy win in the 800M in a time of 2:13.00. Allie Kegley repeated her win in the One Mile Race as the first female finisher in the 800M with a time of 3:01.00.   63-year-old Christian Oakes had the highest age grade in the race with his 2:40.00 finish and an age grade score of 80.75%.

The next race was the 200M and 25-year-old Derrick Martin won the race easily and broke the Tamalpa 200M Track Meet Record of 22:12, which he had set at the Tamalpa June 2021 Track Meet, with an outstanding time of 0:21.77.   That is the new Tamalpa Track Meet Record for the 200M.   60-year-old Joy Upshaw was the first female finisher in the 200M with an outstanding time of 0:28.51. That time set a new Tamalpa Track Meet 200M Record for women 40 and older and gave her an amazing age grade of 99.27% for the race.  Her 99.27% age grade is the highest age grade ever recorded in a Tamalpa Track Meet!

The 100M race featured a very tight battle between 54-year-old Walter Crawford and 52-year-old Maximo Garcia.  Walter Crawford prevailed with a time of 0:11.36 to Maximo Garcia’s 0:11.53.  Both runners broke the previous M50+ record of 0:11.59 which Maximo Garcia had set two years previously at the 8/20/2019 Tamalpa Track Meet.  Walter Crawford is the new Tamalpa M50+ 100M record holder with his time of 0:11.36.  He also had the highest age grade for the race with a 99.17% age grade.  His age grade is second only to Joy Upshaw’s 99.27% age grade that she set in this month’s track meet 200M race.  60-year-old Joy Upshaw was the first female finisher in the 100M with a fine time of 0:14.00 which was only 0.03 of a second off of Nanci Henderson’s 13.97 Tamalpa 100M Track Meet Record for 40+ women. 

The final two races of the meet, the 3000M and the 5000M, were run concurrently to close the meet.  We had a record 38 runners in the 3000M.  16-year-old Christian Taylor won the 3000M with a time of 9:24.00.  Christian also had the highest age grade in the race with a 82.83%.  17-year-old Ellie Black was the first female finisher in the 3000M Race with a time of 11:54.92. 

32-year-old Katie Klymko was the winner in the 5000M with a time of 17:31.38. This time gave her the highest age grade in the race of 82.48%.  Katie also broke the long-standing women’s 5000M record of 17:32.30 set by YiOu Wang at the Tamalpa Track Meet of 6/22/2010.  Markelle Taylor was the first male finisher in the 5000M with a time of 17:51.69.

Jason Reed and Max Huckstepp were the ironmen for the track meet, as they ran in the maximum of 6 races in the Meet.

Thanks to Kevin Rumon, Tim Fitzpatrick, Tom Lyons and Liz Gottlieb for doing the timing for the meet and Lillie O’Reilly, Reese Laughlin, Claire Bukata, Kent Carlomagno, Verity Breen and Paul Herrerias for registering runners. The next and Tamalpa Track Meet will be on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at 6:30 PM at the San Rafael High School Track.

Tamalpa Track Meet

San Rafael High School

17-Aug-21

Place

1 MILE

Age

Sex

Time

Age Grade %

AG Place

1

Tyler Harwood

28

M

4:51.6

76.35%

6

2

Max Huckstepp

29

M

5:03.7

73.36%

8

3

Simon Stebbings

50

M

5:04.8

83.49%

1

4

Jason Reed

42

M

5:21.1

74.46%

7

5

Sergio Higaredo

47

M

5:23.2

76.89%

4

6

Steve Zirkelbach

50

M

5:31.0

76.88%

5

7

Yovary Diaz

37

M

5:35.8

68.61%

8

Bryan Mayberry

57

M

5:37.0

80.03%

2

9

Joseph Makonnen

48

M

5:52.6

71.03%

9

10

Cedric Hernandez

45

M

6:09.3

66.24%

11

Sidney Leipsic

20

M

6:16.4

59.78%

12

Mike Lotter

67

M

6:21.9

77.20%

3

13

David Leipsic

56

M

6:29.2

68.71%

11

14

Alan Ocharton

50

M

6:38.5

63.86%

15

Allie Kegley

43

F

6:40.0

68.63%

12

16

Anamaria Raney

35

F

6:50.0

62.45%

17

Rob Dick

52

M

6:54.1

62.46%

18

Brian Caynan

46

M

6:55.1

59.40%

19

Bud Parer

58

M

7:03.2

64.27%

20

Roman Kalwang

52

M

7:05.0

60.86%

21

Rony Diaz

36

M

7:08.1

53.45%

22

Juan Escobar

54

M

7:21.0

59.63%

23

Denise Rivas

30

F

7:24.5

56.67%

24

Jim Myers

72

M

7:32.0

69.03%

10

25

Bruce Cohen

58

M

7:41.7

58.91%

26

Herminio Mazariegos 

52

M

7:41.9

56.00%

27

Connaitre Chateaubriant

71

M

7:52.9

65.11%

28

Isaios Calderon

39

M

8:37.1

45.21%

29

Odilia Diaz

47

F

8:38.1

55.58%

30

Lorenzo Itcep

30

M

8:38.2

43.06%

31

Alan Gonon

30

M

8:47.8

42.28%

32

Marco Say

35

M

8:48.1

43.06%

33

Jonas Marrogonz

27

M

8:48.7

42.10%

34

Bill Donnelly

71

M

10:39.0

48.18%

400 METERS

 

 

1

Chris Barton

32

M

0:54.31

80.08%

3

2

Terence Maxwell

34

M

0:54.77

80.63%

2

3

Ted Lesher

33

M

0:56.82

77.12%

4

4

Max Huckstepp

29

M

1:01.41

70.31%

7

5

Cameron Kane-Ross

14

M

1:01.73

76.40%

5

6

Jason Reed

42

M

1:08.04

68.84%

10

7

Joseph Makonnen

48

M

1:09.58

70.20%

8

8

Larry Barnum

77

M

1:09.84

96.32%

1

9

Rony Diaz

36

M

1:11.63

62.59%

11

10

Rob Dick

52

M

1:11.88

69.82%

9

11

Phil Chen

62

M

1:15.18

71.21%

6

12

Jonas Marrogonz

27

M

1:17.14

55.98%

15

13

Brian Caynan

46

M

1:17.97

61.79%

12

14

Marco Say

35

M

1:25.17

52.26%

16

15

Herminio Mazariegos 

52

M

1:26.14

58.26%

13

16

Juan Escobar

54

M

1:28.19

57.67%

14

17

Odilia Diaz

47

F

1:51.48

50.62%

17

18

Bill Donnelly

71

M

2:36.00

38.53%

18

800 METERS

 

 

1

Tyler Harwood

28

M

2:13.00

76.02%

2

2

Max Huckstepp

29

M

2:30.00

67.41%

5

3

Jason Reed

42

M

2:36.00

69.43%

3

4

Yovary Diaz

37

M

2:38:00

65.40%

9

5

Christian Oakes

63

M

2:40.00

80.75%

1

6

Cedric Hernandez

45

M

2:40.50

69.37%

4

7

Joseph Makonnen

48

M

2:55.00

65.30%

10

8

Mark Pletcher

51

M

3:00.00

65.15%

11

9

Allie Kegley

43

F

3:01.00

66.08%

7

10

Bud Parer

58

M

3:16.20

63.32%

12

11

Darwin Vasquez

40

M

3:19.50

53.32%

12

Rony Diaz

36

M

3:30.87

48.54%

13

Jim Myers

72

M

3:34.33

66.61%

6

14

Herminio Mazariegos 

52

M

3:39.06

53.98%

15

Isaios Calderon

39

M

3:57.90

44.28%

16

Odilia Diaz

47

F

3:59.50

51.70%

17

Connaitre Chateaubriant

71

M

4:05.73

57.22%

18

Maggie Fillmore

71

F

4:36.28

66.08%

8

19

Rob Dick

52

M

5:02.58

39.08%

20

Bill Donnelly

71

M

5:02.95

46.41%

200 METERS

 

 

 

1

Derrick Martin

25

M

0:21.77

88.75%

3

2

Walter Crawford

54

M

0:23.66

97.40%

2

3

Terence Maxwell

34

M

0:23.95

82.99%

6

4

Aristotle Webber

14

M

0:25.28

83.74%

5

5

Maximo Garcia

52

M

0:25.65

88.60%

4

6

Max Huckstepp

29

M

0:26.15

73.88%

7

7

Joy Upshaw

60

F

0:28.51

99.27%

1

8

Jason Reed

42

M

0:30.80

68.64%

9

Herminio Mazariegos 

52

M

0:31.70

71.69%

10

10

Joseph Makonnen

48

M

0:31.80

69.47%

11

Rony Diaz

36

M

0:32.08

62.94%

12

Jonas Marrogonz

27

M

0:32.90

58.72%

13

Mark Pletcher

51

M

0:33.00

68.39%

14

Phil Chen

62

M

0:33.25

73.12%

8

15

Jorge Oroxom

32

M

0:34.24

57.12%

16

Darwin Vasquez

40

M

0:36.01

57.85%

17

Juan Escobar

54

M

0:36.50

63.13%

18

Marco Say

35

M

0:36.80

54.45%

19

Roman Kalwang

52

M

0:39.10

58.12%

20

Odilia Diaz

47

F

0:44.70

55.01%

21

Bill Kaspari

86

M

0:48.80

72.14%

9

22

Maggie Fillmore

71

F

0:52.20

60.19%

100 METERS

 

 

 

1

Walter Crawford

54

M

0:11.36

99.17%

1

2

Maximo Garcia

52

M

0:11.53

96.45%

3

3

Ted Lesher

33

M

0:12.15

80.58%

6

4

Terence Maxwell

34

M

0:12.40

79.21%

7

5

Aristotle Webber

14

M

0:12.77

82.85%

4

6

Cameron Kane-Ross

14

M

0:13.12

80.64%

5

7

Max Huckstepp

29

M

0:13.57

72.14%

11

8

Jason Reed

42

M

0:13.88

74.92%

8

9

Joy Upshaw

60

F

0:14.00

96.76%

2

10

Mark Pletcher

51

M

0:15.00

73.66%

10

11

Joseph Makonnen

48

M

0:15.05

71.97%

12

12

Marco Say

35

M

0:16.00

61.85%

13

Phil Chen

62

M

0:16.05

73.78%

9

14

Sidney Leipsic

20

M

0:16.10

61.43%

15

Rony Diaz

36

M

0:16.15

61.71%

16

Herminio Mazariegos 

52

M

0:16.20

68.65%

17

Darwin Vasquez

40

M

0:17.15

59.81%

18

Isaios Calderon

39

M

0:18.67

54.54%

19

Odilia Diaz

47

F

0:20.19

58.83%

20

Bill Kaspari

86

M

0:22.20

71.07%

13

21

Bill Donnelly

71

M

0:25.21

49.86%

3000 Meters

 

 

1

Christian Taylor

16

M

9:24.00

82.83%

1

2

Jack Stein

17

M

9:30.90

80.70%

5

3

Xander Schutte-Sasse

14

M

9:58.00

80.94%

4

4

Julian Lee

15

M

10:00.20

79.12%

6

5

Lucas Ruark

13

M

10:02.00

82.18%

2

6

Cooper Downing

17

M

10:04.20

76.26%

10

7

Parker Long

16

M

10:09.90

76.59%

7

8

Alex Ware

15

M

10:31.80

75.16%

11

9

Sergio Higaredo

47

M

10:42.23

76.48%

9

10

Jack Zirkellach-Asqi

16

M

10:50.59

71.80%

12

11

Josh Hanna

49

M

10:51.68

76.58%

8

12

Max Huckstepp

29

M

11:00.61

66.67%

13

Alex Aubrecht

15

M

11:04.80

71.43%

14

14

Yovary Diaz

37

M

11:15.57

67.41%

15

Chris Lauth

31

M

11:33.58

63.74%

16

Drew Dacanay

16

M

11:33.98

67.31%

17

Ellie Black

17

F

11:54.92

71.64%

13

18

Jaime Schwarz

15

M

11:55.15

66.40%

19

Sarah Metzger

34

F

12:03.65

69.98%

20

Mara Lovric

17

F

12:13.06

69.87%

21

Verity Breen

54

F

12:37.28

81.83%

3

22

Cedric Hernandez

45

M

12:37.50

63.84%

23

Lawrence Blatt

49

M

12:52.88

64.57%

24

Audrey Hayney

30

F

12:54.10

64.81%

25

David Green

49

M

12:56.62

64.26%

26

Molly McWeeny

17

F

12:58.14

65.82%

27

Francisco Vera

53

M

13:17.87

64.61%

28

Paul Herrerias

65

M

13:18.11

71.68%

28

Marco Say

35

M

13:23.41

55.95%

30

Leslie Uhaul

30

F

13:55.50

60.05%

31

Josh Kaufman

55

M

13:57.64

62.57%

32

Brian Caynan

46

M

14:03.71

57.77%

33

Roman Kalwang

52

M

14:04.88

60.51%

34

Janet Wang

48

F

14:34.55

65.56%

35

Amily Huang

48

F

14:48.55

64.53%

36

Jim Myers

72

M

15:12.55

67.59%

37

Hoa On

49

M

15:50.24

52.52%

38

Bruce Cohen

58

M

16:00.26

55.99%

 

5000 Meters

1

Katie Klymko

32

F

17:31.38

82.48%

1

2

Markelle Taylor

48

M

17:51.69

79.47%

2

3

Jason Reed

42

M

19:32.47

69.35%

3

4

Alan Gonin

30

M

21:08.64

59.82%

4

5

Ana Maria Runey

35

F

25:02.19

58.24%

5

 

AGE GRADING

>100% = World record level

       > 90% = World class

       > 80% = National class

       > 70% = Regional class

 

Franklin Ruona

Tamalpa Running Club Coach

(415) 760-8992