Peter Polidori, a client of Dr. Jack Daniels, finished first in the 70-74 age group at the Crim 10-Miler besting 2nd place by over 11 minutes. The 71 year old masters runner finished in 1:14:25 averaging an impressive 7:26 per mile! Polidori was 844th overall out of 8,000 plus runners. You can see the full results here on Active.com.
Congratulations to Melisa Christian on her 18th place finish at the USA Women’s 10 Mile Championships in Flint, MI! Melisa averaged 5:52 a mile finishing in 58:37:00. You can see the full results here on the UASTF website.
This weekend Stuart White and Brian Schmidt, both from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, competed at the United States Corporate Athletics Association National Championships. White competed in the 5k and 10k events representing GE Runners. Schmidt ran the 5k, a 1600 meter relay leg and 10k for Texas Instruments.
On Saturday Brian Schmidt was 4th overall and 1st in his age division in the 5k in a personal best time of 16:30. A few short hours later, he helped his relay team win their division by running 4:50 for 1600 meters. Stuart White also impressed in the 5k. He improved his mark from last year by 24 seconds by running 16:51 to place 7th overall and 1st in his age division.
Run S.M.A.R.T. client Brian Pilcher wins The 99th Annual Dipsea Trail Race! Pilcher finished the 7.4 mile course in 49:13 beating a field of almost 1500 runners. It was an impressive performance without mentioning the fact that Pilcher is still winning races at 52 years of age.
Full race results here.
Jack Daniels client Thomas Podell of Hermosa, CA finished 5th overall at the Blue Canyon 50 Mile Trail Race in 11:50:25. That’s some serious running. Congrats to Thomas for conquering the distance!
You can check out the full race results here.
Run S.M.A.R.T. client Hector Rivera has been working with Jack Daniels for the past few months. This past weekend he won the New York Road Runners’ Grand Prix: Brooklyn Half Marathon. The picture says it all…
Brian Picher, a client of Dr. Jack Daniels, won the master’s division at the Marin Memorial 10k this past weekend. Pilcher, 52, beat everyone in the race over 36 years old with a huge PR of 33:13. He was quoted after the race in the Marin Independent Journal,
“It’s my personal record by 42 seconds,” said Pilcher, who had been battling bronchitis for the past two months. “And I think the course was a bit long.”
Sounds like 33 minutes doesn’t have a chance in his next 10k.
Hector Rivera, a client of Dr. Jack Daniels, finished first in the 35-39 age group in 31:20 at the 2009 Healthy Kidney 10k in NYC. The second place finisher was 42 seconds back. Check out Hector’s results here on NYRR.org.
Melisa Christian, now working with Dr. Jack Daniels, won the Katy Trail 5k this past weekend in 17:26. Check out the results here on Active.com.
On a rainy morning outside of Fort Worth, Texas, Stuart White won the Azle Lake Run 10k in dominating fashion. He improved on his third place finish from 2008 by winning this year’s race by three minutes. Despite a steady rain and puddles on the road he finished the 10k course in 36:46 to match his time from the previous year. His performance is a sign of good things to come as Stuart prepares for the USCAA Track & Field National Championships in July.
Although she competed halfway across the country in Central Park, Melissa Ralph also raced in rainy conditions in the Healthy Kidney 10k. After a long bout with injuries she has put in a solid block of training and she’s ready to finally get back to the business of racing. Despite the conditions and running through the field after starting in a less then ideal corral, Melissa was able to run the second 5k 1:15 faster than the first.
For more information on Stuart’s win at the Azle Lake Run visit: http://www.runazle.org/index.html