Race Results


Canada Man Extreme Triathlon, Lac Megantic, QC, July 8, 9, 2017

posted Jul 10, 2017, 4:33 PM by Gay Renouf

For those multipart athletes for whom an Ironman is just not hard enough - there is the International Ironman Extreme series, and two of our members are just crazy enough to do one. Milos Kostic and Philippe Lacroix just finished the Canada Man in Lac Megantic this past weekend!

Each stage tries to be more difficult than a typical Ironman. In the water, the athletes had to swim in the dark. Milos reports dodging near-invisible buoys, waves hitting him in the face, and surviving debilitating cramps.

The bike was 180 km of thousands of meters of climbing, some well over 10% grade. The marathon length run finished with 12 km of just plain meanness. Milos reports "tangled roots, mud that sucked your shoes off, near vertical sections - all in the dark".

Philippe and Milos were helped by hugely supportive crews and both medalled! Philippe finished in 18:16 and was 3rd Man in the 55 year category; Milos finished in 20:44:38 - first in the Men's 70+ category.

Sinister 7 100 Miler, Crowsnest Pass AB, July 8, 9, 2017

posted Jul 9, 2017, 4:28 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Jul 10, 2017, 4:33 PM ]

The Sinister 7, a mountain trail race renowned for its difficulty, got more difficult this year. Organizers added to the length to make it 100 miles (161 km) compared to its 146 km length a few years ago; increased the amount of climbing to 6400 m of elevation gain and loss; and reduced the cutoff time to a very tight 30 hours. Then Mother Nature added her own challenges, with temperatures of over 30 degrees in the shade. The race had only a 18% finishing rate this year. Our Regina heroes, Jon Paradowski and Mathieu Ludlow managed over 12 hours on the trail, but had to concede to the mountain this year. 

Regina had one team entered from the Jaleta Pacers. Shaun Hesse ran three legs (1, 2 and 7); Rick Minett, Tracy Fisher, Angela Stolz, and Gerry Nagy came 6th in the highly competitive Mixed Relay division in a time of 19:32:38. Congrats!

Canada Goose 150 minutes, June 24, 25, 2017, Regina

posted Jun 25, 2017, 8:51 AM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Jun 26, 2017, 6:19 PM ]

The Canada Goose 150 runners ran around the 4 km loop circling Wascana Lake for 150 minutes and tried to accumulate as much distance as possible. Congrats to all runners - here are the results!

 Runner Distance (km) Place in Men's Division Place in Women's Division
 Rob McLeod 33.6 1 
 Robert Humphries 32 
 Bob Nicholson 28.5 
 Lorraine Brezinski 28 
 Debra Hansen 28 
 Laverne Masur 28 4 
 Shelley Ouellet 27.5  3
 Mike Cook 27.2 5 
 Valdeen Litzenberger 27.1 
 Thea Jacobs 26.1 
 Jason Hubick 26 6 
 Patii-Sue Sandison-Cattell 26 
 David Wessel 26 6 
 Chad Debert 25.5 8 
 Ashley Desjarlais 25 
 Lisa Berezowsky 24.4  8
 Deanna Brown 24 
 Alix Fox 24 
 Aly Gillin 24  
 Dale Harvey 24 9
 Connie Kozak 24 
 Tim Schneider 24 9 
 Susan Schneider24  
 Michelle Soika 24  9
 Nicole Templeton 24 
 Christy Garn 23.2 16 
 Rowena Collins-Huber 23  17
 Jennifer Masur 23  17
 Jennifer Kurbis 23 17 
 Julie Fillmore 22.4 20
 Daryl Arendt2211
 Megan Bourgeois 22  21
 Mary Brigham 22  21
 Jillian Kings 22  21
 Shelley Zerr 22  21
 Kim Cook 21 25
 Cathie McLeod 21  25
 Jennifer Stachura Gauthier 21 25 
 Jannike Matlock 20.9 28 
 Scott Bloos 2012  
 Meaghan Boyle 16 29 
Megan Bloos 16 29 
 Janelle Cannon 16 29 
 Don Henry16 13 
 Tiann McDougall 16  29
 Janelle Piche 16 29 
 Tammy Taylor 16 29 
 Marsha Crossman 14  35
 Denise Grad 14  35
 Lauren Markewich 8  37

Canada Goose 150 Ultra Results, June 24 and 25, 2017

posted Jun 25, 2017, 8:23 AM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Jun 26, 2017, 6:20 PM ]

What a great race put on by Cari Bode, Wade Hagen and the dozens of dedicated volunteers. The runners ran and ran around the 4 km path circling Wascana Lake, and the volunteers kept them going!  Our top runner was Bert Blackbird with 180 km in the 24 hours - an absolutely amazing feat considering he just finished 200 miles 3 weeks ago! Todd Harder impressed with his first 100 miles in a fabulous time. Shelley Cook treated us to the most emotional finish (in a sprint!) of 100k - her first!  And Aubrey Swift, Debbie Bellamy, Richard Manzon, and Douglas Sellinger ran their first ultras - welcome to the dark side:

Please email ultragirl@sasktel.net to correct errors, thank you.

100 miles:
Bert Blackbird, 19:47
Todd Harder, 20:36

24 hours
 Runner Distance (km) TimePlace in Men's Division Place in Women's Division
 Bert Blackbird 180 23:20 1 
 Todd Harder 161 20:36 2 
 Michael Morrison 120 19:29 3 
 Richard Mawson 108 17:05 4 
 Conor Renouf 100 12:07 5 
 Sue Lucas 100 13:53:25  1
 Shelley Cook 100 14:29  2
 Dan Sifton 100 14:41 6 
 Q Johb 100 16:02 7 
 Colleen Laskowski 100 16:58  3
 Michael Dahlman 100 19:17 8 
 Gay Renouf 96 14:24  4
 David Fox 88 17:07 9 
 Ryan Probe 84 16:58 10 
 Craig Slopinski 80 10:23 11 
 Tania Diener 80 14:23  5
 Jan Steenkamp 80 14:23 12 
 Andy McNally 80 14:41 13 
 Teresa Donley76 17:05  6
 Rosario Medrano 80 21:10  7
 Loni Fox 72 17:07  8
 Richard Manzon 60 7:53 14 
 Bradley Hanowski 56 9:40 15 
 Jon Paradowski 56 12:13 16 
 Wendy Tomyk 52 6:46  9
 Kathryn Rachar 52 8:47  10
 Sara Randall 52 9:40  11
 Jennifer Taylor 42.24:30  12
 Barry Hopkins 42.2 4:57 17 
 Ryan Bluecloud 42.2 5:01 18 
 Craig Johnson 42.2 5:05 19 
 Darwin Weimer 42.2 5:12 20 
 Doug Best 42.2 5:29 21 
 Sean Reidy 42.2 7:13 22 
 Chris Butz 12  23 
 Christian Riegel 12 14:23 24 
 Katherine Robinson 8 23:45  13
 Jennifer Ruland 4 8:19  14
 Cari Bode 4  15

50 km

 Runner Time Place in Men's Division Place in Women's Division
 Spencer Tetreault 5:01 1 
 Wayne Nielson 5:13 2 
 Richard Manzon 5:21 3 
 Milos Kostic 5:24 4 
 Lorie Alexander 5:29  1
 Heidi Schmalz running for Elias Giannoulis 5:35  2
 Lane Warsylewicz 5:38 5 
 Harold Litzenberger 5:44 6 
 Loanne Myrah 5:46  3
 Debbie Bellamy 6:09  4
 Richard Holmes 6:26 7 
 Douglas Sellinger 6:29 8 
 Aubrey Swift 7:31  5
 Dhon Gumban8:47  9 
 Don Ditson 8:51 10 


Stockholm marathon, June 3, 2017

posted Jun 4, 2017, 2:06 PM by Gay Renouf

Congrats to Debbie Bellamy, for her marathon in a new country! Debbie ran the Stockholm marathon in 4:24:09, placing 15th in her W55 age group!

Saskatchewan Marathon, May 28, 2017

posted May 28, 2017, 3:07 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated May 31, 2017, 5:43 PM ]

So many great things to say about Regina runners at the Saskatchewan marathon! As always, PRs should be mentioned first! Aubrey Swift and Doug Best both got huge PRs at this race! Kathleen Criddle was second woman in the marathon, and Conor Renouf was 3rd man in the marathon only two weeks after running a 100 miler. Iain Fyfe also nabbed second in the half, and there were many, many age group placers in the run. Congrats to the following:

Marathon:
 Runner Time Age Group  AG Place
 Conor Renouf 2:55:50 M25 1
 Katlyn Criddle 3:04:42 W25 1
 Stephen Francis 3:39:36 M35 4
 Simon Isaza Villegas 3:41:38 M20 4
 Brian Wicks 3:45:46 M35 5
 Zhe Luo 3:48:03 M50 5
 Jacob Thomas 3:58:46 M30 12
 Loanne Myrah 4:18:57 W60 1
 Doug Best 4:25:30 M55 6
 Blair Fredericton 4:37:41 M60 3
 Suneil Sarai 4:39:10 M40 7
 Aubrey Swift 5:17:39 W30 7

Half-Marathon
 Runner Time Age Group AG Place
 Iain Fyfe 1:14:45 M25 2
 Kevin Petrychyn 1:26:01 M30 2
 Shaun Hesse 1:30:00 M40 1
 Trevor Schneider 1:32:49 M35 7
 Karen Lawsoon 1:33:54 W25 2
 Tracy Fisher 1:37:26 W40 2
 Kimberley Schneider 1:37:53 W35 3
 Lorraine Brezinski 1:37:54 W35 4
 Cameron Thiessen 1:38:36 M30 5
 Angela Stolz 1:39:22 W35 5
 Xander Silver 1:39:49 M25 10
 Stephanie Perrault 1:44:07 W25 4
 Brooke Kemp 1:46:41 W20 2
 Tracy Moser 1:49:24 W35 11
 Tyler Thurmeier 1:49:44 M40 8
 Theresa Prodahl 1:50:20 W20 3
 Emily Weekes1:50:59  W20 4
 Nichole Petrisor 1:51:48 W30 10
 Bob Watkins 1:51:57 M55 4
 Ashley Senft 1:52:58 W25 11
 Kirstie Berger 1:53:11 W20 8
 Gaetan Bourassa 1:53:15W40  8
 Bernie Prahauser 1:53:44 M40 13
 Heather Sali 1:53:57 W30 11
 Conrad Nixon 1:57:56 M25 33
 Doug Matthies 1:59:00 M55 10
 Daniel Stubbings 1:59:06 M30 25
 Madeline Christopherson 1:59:07 W20 14
 Mitchell Johnstone 1:59:33 M30 27
 Alyssa Kimber 2:00:30 W20 16
 Deborah Huys 2:02:48 W55 3
 Rocky Boyko 2:03:14 M40 28
 Daryl Arendt 2:04:57 M50 15
 Sarah Boyle 2:07:38 W25 30
 Erika Gustaityte 2:08:28 W30 32
 Courtney Ulrich 2:08:37 W30 33
 Tom Cochrane 2:12:22 M50 18
 Erica Hoiland 2:12:39 W25 36
 Madelaine Anderson 2:14:25 W20 28
 Mark Anderson 2:14:25 M55 15
 Cheryl Cochrane 2:16:43 W4514 
 Bevera Allan 2:16:47 W45 15
 Kathie Aboumechrek 2:18:13 W35 47
 Chelsea Brown 2:18:32 W30 48
 Ian Durey 2:18:32 M35 38
 Michelle Watkins 2:19:19 W55 7
 Dale Ruder 2:24:22 M40 43
 Jessica Irvine 2:24:27 W30 55
 Lindsay Purves 2:26:00 W30 58
 Stacie Day 2:26:19 W30 59
 Dorothy Josephson 2:28:44W60  7
 Peter Sametz 2:29:36 M60 12
 Heather Stronge 2:37:25 W25 64
 Andrea MacMurray 2:37:57 W50 20
 Amie Ferguson 2:46:15 W30 72
 Nicole Gibney 2:47:32 W35 74
 Derek Tuchscherer 3:24:49 M35 297
 Amanda Tuchscherer 3:24:49 W40 51

Calgary marathon and ultramarathon, May 28, 2017

posted May 28, 2017, 2:17 PM by Gay Renouf

Congrats to David Fox and Richard Mawson, who earned age group places at the 50 km ultra in Calgary!  In the half-marathon, Robert Humphries won his age group and John Svec came 2nd!

 Runner Distance Time Age Group AG Place
 David Fox 50 km 5:13:09 M60 2
 Richard Mawson 50 km 5:15:10 M60 3
 Julie Fillmore 50 km5:56:04  W30 10
 Douglas Evans Marathon 3:29:02 M35 16
 Laura Sullivan Marathon 3:52:20 W25 14
 Pat Parrott Marathon 4:04:28 M45 36
 Lane Warsylewicz Marathon 4:15:11 M55 17
 Teresa Donley Marathon 4:28:33 W55 7
 Jamie Stushnoff Marathon 4:41:07 M45 52
 Jan Steenkamp Marathon 5:05:28 M50 39
 Tania Diener Marathon 5:11:32 W50 21
 John Svec Half-Marathon 1:27:43 M50 2
Robert Humphries  Half-Marathon 1:40:00 M60 1
 Lynn Crook Half-Marathon 1:55:26 W55 7
 Jonathan Llewelyn-Williams Half-Marathon 1:58:37 M25 89
 Darryl Meier Half-Marathon 1:59:05 M50 53
 Brittney Meier Half-Marathon 1:59:06 W20 30
 Kyle Smyth Half-Marathon 2:10:13 M25 125
 David Devine Half-Marathon 2:19:04 M55 45
 Pamela DyckHalf-Marathon  2:27:09 W40 117
 Tim Osborne Half-Marathon 2:39:49 M55 54
 Debbie Thompson Half-Marathon 2:43:57 W40 161

Ottawa Marathon Weekend, May 27-28, 2017

posted May 28, 2017, 1:50 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Jun 6, 2017, 2:58 PM ]

Our Regina runners did us proud in Ottawa. Lee-Ann and Enio Ricci both got top ten age group finishes in the Lumberjack and Voyageur challenges respectively. Lee-Ann ran a 2km, 5km and 10km on Saturday and then the marathon on Sunday. Enio ran a 5km and 10km on Saturday andthe half marathon on Sunday. Top runner, Michael Middlemiss of Regina, also posted an age group placing, with 1:16:11, good for 6th in the Men's division and 3rd in his 25 year old age group in the half-marathon. 

Here are the Regina results:
 Runner Distance Time Age Group AG Placing
 Lee-Ann Ricci Lumberjack
 12:53
31:13
1:07:48
5:23:23
 W50 6th
 Enio Ricci Voyageur
 31:13
1:07:48
2:12:07
 M50 7th
 Gary Thiel Marathon 3:05:21 M50 10th
 Rick Casson Marathon 4:25:30 M25 197th
 Donna Jackson Marathon 5:03:08 W45 165th
 Dhon Gumban Marathon 5:23:11 M35 396th
 Monique Piche Marathon 6:13:10 W60 38th
 Michael Middlemiss Half-marathon 1:16:11 M25 6th
 Anna Currie Half-marathon 1:39:17 W20 15th
 Alexander Bachiu Half-marathon 1:39:39 M20 35th
 Brianna Kelly Half-marathon 2:06:37 W25 272nd
 Ron Jones Half-marathon 2:12:27 M55 255th
 Curtis Kuntz Half-marathon 2:18:38 M30 443rd
 Leah Olson Half-marathon 2:28:00 W40 621st
 Chris Bachiu Half-marathon 2:54:02 M50 614th
 Patricia Hanley Half-marathon 2:55:16 W50 559th

Sulphur Springs 200 Mile Trail Race, Ontario, May 26-28, 2017

posted May 28, 2017, 12:52 PM by Gay Renouf

Jon Paradowski finished his first 200 MILE RACE, coincidentally, also the first 200 mile race held in Canada. The race was in Sulphur Springs, in a conservation area near Hamilton Ontario, and the 200 milers had to complete 16 laps of 20 km each. The trail was described as rugged, and to add to the difficulty, on the first day it rained all day, and runners had to slog through mud. Jon finished in 65:44, and tied with Bert Blackbird of Manitoba for 4th place in the Men's race. We are super proud of you, Jon.

Leiden Marathon, Netherlands, May 20, 2017

posted May 22, 2017, 3:39 PM by Gay Renouf

Congrats to Tania Diener, on completing a marathon in her 6th COUNTRY! - Tania ran the Leiden marathon in 5:15:12, finishing 31st in her age group.

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