Race Results


Las Vegas Marathons, Nov 11-13, 2017

posted Nov 13, 2017, 9:23 AM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Nov 15, 2017, 4:39 PM ]

Las Vegas was filled with Regina runners this weekend! 27 did the Rock and Roll marathon or half-marathon, and four did a crazy event - three long distance runs in three days!

Our Regina athletes really brought home the hardware from the three day event, Three of a Kind, in Las Vegas. Lee-Ann Ricci ran a marathon on day 1 (5:06:04), two halfs on day 2 (2:13:57 and 2:23:52 in the Rock and Roll half) and a marathon on day 3 (5:33:06) to win the top woman status in the two marathons and second woman in the half marathon.

Meanwhile, Jan Steenkamp ran three marathons in three days (5:25:17, 4:54:16 and 5:45:15) to earn 2nd in 50, 2nd M overall and 3rd M overall. Tania Diener ran two marathons in two days (5:03:18 and 6:20:39) to win 2nd W50 and 2nd W overall.

Wendy Tomyk, in her first attempt in this kind of event, ran three half marathons in three days in 2:19:04, 2:14:07, 2:21:30 for 2nd W50, 3rd W overall and 2nd W overall.

Awesome job crew - we are totally impressed!

In the Rock and Roll marathon, Lorraine Brezinski was the fastest Regina woman in 3:46:09 for 13th place in W35. Cam Thick was the fastest man (qualifying for Marathon Maniacs here!) in 3:57:08.

In the half, Darren Engel was the fastest Regina man in 1:35:53 and Donna Kish was the fastest Regina woman in 2:07:14. Congrats also to these half-marathon finishers: David Belanger, Scott Rattray, Greg Harris, Curtis Kish, David Button, Kelly Gallagher, Enio Ricci, Lee-Ann Ricci, Katherine Roberts-Zimmer, Dean Zimmer, Cheryl Cochrane, Tom Cochrane, Tori-Anne Bottom Desjarlais, Rics Laurence Lao, Roselin Gladys Stonechild, Jennifer Kaytvr-Berzinski, Kristie Feliciano, Benjamin Hernando, Tyneesha Eaglechild, Shaunessey Beriault, Danelle Reiss, Sandra Rae Wankel, Samantha Koch Burton, and Rochelle Lao.

Javelina Jundred, Fountain Hills Arizona, October 28-30, 2017

posted Nov 9, 2017, 6:00 PM by Gay Renouf

Jon Paradowski, our prolific ultra, ultra runner, has had another adventure. Jon was running the Javelina Jundred in Fountain Hills, handling the 90 degree temperatures with aplomb, when at about 100 km, he fell badly on some rocks and injured his arm. The race medical aid examined Jon's arm, and pulled him from the race, thinking it was broken. But Jon was not willing to give up - it was only a flesh wound! Jon got a volunteer to drive him (45 minutes) to a hospital in Scottsdale, got an x-ray, found out that the arm was not broken, only badly bruised, and convinced the doctor to write a note saying that x-rays showed that his arm was not broken. Back he raced to Fountain Hills, promising a large tip to the taxi driver if he got him back to the race course quickly. After some fast talk, Jon convinced the race officials to let him carry on. Despite his little break (ha ha), he still finished the race under the time limit.

Chicago Lakefront 50/50, October 28, 2017

posted Nov 9, 2017, 5:52 PM by Gay Renouf

Jen Ruland and Gay Renouf ran this low-key event in Chicago that tours the lakefront on the bike path. Conditions were perfect! Jen ran the 50 km in 5:44:31 for 8th place in the Women's 30 division. Gay ran the 50 miles in 8:30:51 for a PR and 1st place in the Women's 50 division.

Odds and Ends - European marathons

posted Nov 9, 2017, 5:48 PM by Gay Renouf

Gay Renouf ran the Hans Christian Andersen marathon in Odense Denmark on October 1 in 3:49:51 for 7th place in the Women's 55 division.

Kelly Munce ran the Lisbon marathon in Portugal on October 15 in 4:53:28 for 437th in the Men's 50 division. Kelly reported that the temperatures were well above 30 degrees!

Three States in Eight Days, Iowa, Delaware and New Jersey, October 21 and 22, 2017

posted Oct 23, 2017, 3:12 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Oct 24, 2017, 5:59 AM ]

Darwin and Terry Weimer are continuing their multiple completions of 50 states. They ran a marathon followed a week later by a weekend double, gaining three states in eight days, with amazingly consistent results. The first one was the Des Moine marathon on Oct 15, where Darwin ran 4:52:12 for 16th in the M50 division, and Terry ran the half in 2:59:25 for 34th W50. The next weekend at the Monster Mash, in Dover DE, Darwin ran 4:35:06 for 5th place in M60 and Terry ran the half in 2:55:48 for 10th spot in W60.

The next day, they completed the Atlantic marathon in Atlantic City, NJ - Darwin in 4:41:57 for 10th in M60 and Terry in 3:02:54 for 16th in W60. Congrats you two!

Toronto Waterfront Marathon, October 22, 2017

posted Oct 23, 2017, 3:05 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Oct 23, 2017, 3:13 PM ]

Congrats to the Regina runners at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Kevin Petrychyn ran 3:13:41 for 37th in the M30 age group; Ashley Desjardins ran 3:37:18 for 36th in the W25 age group; and Derek Smith ran 4:16:18 for 205th in the M45 class.

In the half-marathon, Karen Lawson was 10th in the W25 age group with a 1:32:12; Jonah Toth was 6th in the Men's under 19 in 1:33:28; Robert Davis ran 1:34:11 for 61st in M30; Nancy MacKenzie ran 1:47:56 for 15th in W50; Jack Allan ran 2:04:26 for 65th in M60; and Paul Vieira ran 2:16:19 for 216th in M55. 

What a great job you all did! Congrats!

Niagara International Marathon, Buffalo NY to Niagara ON, Oct 15, 2017

posted Oct 17, 2017, 6:25 AM by Gay Renouf

Congrats to our three MM runners who finished the Niagara marathon October 15. Jan Steenkamp ran 5:21:35 for 38th in M50; Tania Diener ran 5:29:16 for 29th in W50 and Dhon Gumban, an ambassador for the race !! - ran 5:42:42 for 43rd in M35. Congrats!

Deadfall 50 Trail Race, Pasqua Lake, October 15, 2017

posted Oct 17, 2017, 6:22 AM by Gay Renouf

The Deadfall is the best of trail running in Saskatchewan! Smoothly organized and supported by enthusiastic volunteers; low-key welcoming atmosphere; and runnable trails combining single track, lots of ups and downs. Congrats to Conor Renouf who set a new course record for the 50k, and huge thank you to Rick Minett the Race Director.  Results of MM members for 25 and 50 k are:

 Runner Distance Time Gender Place
 Conor Renouf 50 k 4:51:08 1
 Derek Anaquod 50 k 5:56:45 6
 Cody Wilkes 50 k 6:06:18 7
 Jason Hubick 50 k 6:11:17 8
 Mark Newton 25 k 2:32:29 5
 Dennis Dreher 25 k 2:48:58 9
 Jim Carlson25 k  2:51:29 10
 Jon Paradowski 25 k 2:55:59 12
 Deanne Selinger 25 k3:07:52  6
 Kate Dreher 25 k 3:16:34 8
 Pat Kohli 25 k 3:16:35 9
 Loanne Myrah 25 k 3:16:36 10
 Ekaluk Chainakul 25 k 3:28:39 15
 Wendy Tomyk 25 k 3:37:03 14
 Suriya Jirasatitsin 25 k 4:00:08 21

Ironman World Championships, Kona Hawaii, October 14, 2017

posted Oct 15, 2017, 6:41 AM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Oct 15, 2017, 2:50 PM ]

Wow, Regina had three! athletes at the World Ironman Championships in Kona Hawaii. In his first time facing the world's best, Jim Greenwood placed 185th in the Men's 45 age group, in an impressive time of 11:20:35. Milos Kostic had to show powerful willpower to both enter and finish. It was "mind over knee" to finish, which he did in 16:18:26, giving him 4th in the Men's 75 age group. The top Regina athlete was David Langen, who finished in 10:32:40, good for 149th in M35! Well done, gents!

Victoria Marathon, Oct 8, 2017

posted Oct 14, 2017, 3:52 PM by Gay Renouf

Congrats to Regina and Marathon Matters runners who ran in the Victoria marathon last week. Both Kimberley Schneider and Philippe Lacroix earned top ten results in their age groups.  Great job, crew! Philippe actually ran with famous Olympic race walker Evan Dunfee, and had Evan encouraging him to keep up!

 Runner Distance Time Age Group AG Placing
 Trevor Schneider Marathon 3:24:12 M35 21
 Robert Davis Marathon 3:26:47M30  28
 Philippe Lacroix Marathon 3:28:23 M55 9
 Angela Stolz Marathon 3:47:53 W35 17
 Aidan Wotherspoon Marathon 4:27:21 M25 44
 Kimberley Schneider Half-Marathon 1:36:32 W35 8
 Carson Kallis Half-Marathon 1:45:25 M25 44
 Kerri Hysuick Half-Marathon 1:49:00 W40 32
 Terry Scott Half-Marathon 1:50:45 M60 19
 Joe Wollner-Kallis Half-Marathon 1:54:02 M35 67
 Lyle Kallis Half-Marathon 1:54:24 M20 23
 Amanda Stith Half-Marathon 2:05:28 W30 116
 Travis Sakal Half-Marathon 2:14:48 M30 114
 Colleen Kozan Half-Marathon 2:22:17 W60 48

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