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39th Metric Running Festival/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
38th Metric Running Festival/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
2014 Results_with Splits_(TXT)
Thank you to everyone who came out on Sunday and made the 39th Annual Metric Running Festival such a success. Here are your official results. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did and look forward to seeing you again next year! Please remember to share your thoughts and photos from the day with us on Facebook!
If you received an award and were not present to claim it, you may retrieve it from Feet First Sports during normal business hours.
If you forgot your bag at bag check, you may retrieve it from Feet First Sports during normal business hours.
Awards and bags may be claimed after Sept 24th, 2014 and must be claimed prior to Nov 2nd, 2014. After this time, physical awards are forfeited and items are donated.
Results will be updated with split times no later than Friday, Sept 26th, 2014.
Any questions should be directed to [email protected]
37th Metric Running Festival/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
36th Metric Running Festival/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
Thanks to everyone who volunteered and participated on the Metric Running Festival!
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Metric Running Festival Article by Jim Carbary:
The Howard County Striders staged the Metric Running Festival (26.2 km and 5km) last Sunday. Under new race director Grace Tran, they put on the most lavish Metric in the 36-year history of the event. Metric marathon runners received an American Apparel California Fleece jacket as the race premium while 5km runners received a SportScience nice gender specific T shirt. Runners enjoyed the post-race finish festival beside the Kittimaqundi lakefront with croissants and OJ from La Madeleine, coffee, bananas, bagels, donuts, and cookies from Wegman’s, an assortment of Popchips, beef-tips and mashed potatoes from the Ale House Columbia and pizza from Three Brothers. The Still Point Wellness Spa was on hand to soothe aching muscles with massage and acupuncture, along with TheraPearl with product giveaways. Many sponsors contributed to the random drawing with generous support from Feet First of Columbia, TheraPearl, Ale House Columbia, La Madeleine, and Nic Ebright Sports Massage as random awards. Pepsi Cola company sponsored the Pepsi Pacer team and was the premier beverage for the Metric Run Fest with Gatorade, Aquafina and soda for on-course and post-race support. Grace and helper Keith Levasseur began setting up at 2 am in the morning. “The auxiliary sheriff dropped by to check us out,” Keith explained.
Before all of this, though, the Metric runners had to cover the challenging distance from Columbia to Ellicott City and back. In the men’s competition, the lead pack raced through the first two miles in 12:30, which is pretty good, but that pace was too slow for David Toller so he increased speed and took over sole possession of the lead. “I wanted to run about 6 minutes per mile,” he said. “I went through 10 miles in around 60 minutes. It was just me and the guy on the bike.” He finished alone in 1:38:27.
Toller attended Oakland Mills High School and ran on the cross country team for Salisbury State, and his parents were on hand to witness his great victory.
Early in the race, a minor brush occurred between the top two women, Alyssa Hogan and Robyn Humphrey. When Robyn slapped hands with a friend along the course, she inadvertently cut off Hogan, who objected loudly. They soon settled down to racing, however, and Humphrey even apologized. Hogan settled the issue by pulling away after a few miles and cruising to a win in 1:54:19. Last year’s winner of the women’s race, Grandmaster Donna Wecker, finished third among the females.
Some of Metric Marathoners, like Mick Slonaker, had registered for the New York City Marathon the weekend before. When Superstorm Sandy forced cancellation of the New York Marathon, the marathoners descended on the Metric Marathon. “We had to use all that training for something,” Mick said.
For the second year, the Metric also featured specialized pacers running at strictly even paces of 7:45, 8:00, 8:15, up to 11:00 per mile.
Runners could ensure they would run these paces simply by associating with the orange-shirted Pepsi Pacers (sponsored by Pepsi Cola, see?). “We attempt to run within a few seconds of the appointed paces,” explained pacer Jeff Garstecki (8:00 per mile), “regardless of whether we’re going up or down or flat.” Pacers received free entries to the race, including the fleece jackets and those orange t-shirts.
Overall winners received unique, hand-crafted awards from Robert Rhoades Wood Works, in addition to massage gift certificates from The Still Point Wellness Spa. Age group winners received plaques or mugs with yoga gift certificates from The Still Point Yoga.
Those not ready for the grueling 26.2 km race (or those with better things to do on Sunday morning) could run the accompanying 5km. This shorter event started 10 minutes after the 8:15 Metric start and ran around a course local to Lake Kittimaqundi. Scott Trama overcame local runners Shanon McIntyre and Hafiz “Coach Pain” Shaikh, while Kelly Westlake beat Jess Ivy by two seconds to win the women’s race.
329 finished the Metric Marathon, and 276 completed the 5k.
35th Columbia Metric Marathon and 5K/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
For the first time its 35-year history, the Columbia Metric Marathon(26.2 km) featured pacers and pace groups, with paces from 7:45 per mile to 10:30 per mile in 15 second per mile increments. Just a couple weeks shy of her 50th birthday, Donna Wecker decided she would tag along with the fastest pace group, lead by Keith Levassuer and Len Supsic. Donna had finished third at last year’s Metric, and decided a more conservative approach this year was warranted. She also wore a camelback loaded with those expensive carbo-fluids guaranteed to get you through long distance events. “I didn’t want to stop at the water stops,” she explained. And the pacing thing didn’t last more than three miles. “They were going too slow.” Since there were no women going as fast as Wecker, she began running with Hafiz Shaikh, organizer of the Bagel-to-Brew Marathon. Hafiz proved a worthy pacer, and though he wound up finishing ahead of Donna, she succeeded in breaking two hours (the only woman to do so) and winning the whole race. “Those carbs really helped, too,” she said. Her pace was vastly faster than 7:45 per mile, so she really was wise not to go pacing.
There was no thought of pacing among the men. Mark Buschman bolted to an early lead and left in his dust the race favorites Peter Keating (second in 2010) and Karsten Brown (first in 2010). “Mark outclassed the field from the quarter mile mark,” Karsten said. The greatest danger to Buschman’s lead was that he might venture off the Metric course that winds through Ellicott City and then into the warrens of Columbia’s bike paths. Happily, lead biker Bill Brandenstein kept him on course. “The biker was a nice guy,” Mark said, “and I didn’t go off course.” Buschman finished over two minutes ahead of second (again) place Peter Keating. “I didn’t get lost either,” Peter said, “but I was hoping Mark would.”
Sponsored by the Pepsi Cola Company, the Pepsi Pacers brought home a number of Metric Marathoners on course and on schedule. There were two pacers for each group. “That’s in case one of them conks out, the other can take over,” explained veteran pacer George Orlean. In addition to Keith Levassuer, who had just won the Rosaryville 50k race the day before, the pacers included Strider President Dwight Mikulis (10:15 per mile) and Strider membership chairman Donnie Chapman (8:45 per mile). Mr. Chapman was particularly proud of bringing his group within two seconds of the appointed time (2 hours 23 minutes). To ensure the proper pace, Pepsi Pacers employed every trick in the book from simple watches to carrying lists of split times to advanced GPS tracking.
A total of 383 finished the Metric Marathon. Overall winners received plaques and certificates for Asics shoes. Age group winners received medals. There were a number of random prizes of gift certificates & merchandise.
For those not up to running a Metric Marathon, or those wishing something to do while their spouses did, there was the accompanying Metric 5k, which started a few minutes after the Metric. Atholton High School’s Gary Smolyak had run the Maryland State Cross Country Championships the day before, but he still have enough left to crush the men’s field in the 5k with the only time under 18 minutes. “I didn’t do so well at States,” he confided. In the women’s 5k, Eileen Fleck and Rebecca Parks raced neck and neck for the whole 3.1 miles, but finally Eileen edged Rebecca by two seconds for the win. 310 runners finished the 5k, some of whom were quite speedy. They had no pacers, but they did have first options for the Ledo’s pizzas and warm biscuits from Copeland’s of New Orleans.
John and Ann Worley directed the Metric Marathon and the Metric 5k, which is staged each autumn by the Howard County Striders. The race date was recently moved from December to November in the hopes of more favorable weather, and this year the weather was breathtakingly nice. The Striders wish to thank the vast number of course marshals and water stop volunteers along the course, and particularly the Howard County Police, who regulated traffic at key intersections.
And there was enough pizza left over that some people wound up taking home whole pizzas. “Just in time for the Ravens game,” one of them said.
— by Jim Carbary
Metric Marathon & 5K/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
2010 Metric 26.2k Results (Tag)
14 November 2010
“The leader was some guy in a blue shirt,” Karsten Brown observed about the first several miles of the Metric Marathon (26.3 km). Karsten and racing team mates Jason Tripp and Peter Keating all held back while the blue-shirted harrier expended himself in the initial going. But Brown and Keating passed him when they reached the hills of Ellicott City around eight miles. Karsten knew he had the race won when Keating almost veered off course when they entered the bike paths in Long Reach village. “I had to wait for Jason,” Mr. Keating lamented, “although Karsten would have beaten me anyway.” Brown continued hammering and won in 1:35:21. “I never take a day off,” he said. He had run a 50 km (31 mile) race the day before the Metric Marathon, which he regarded as “speedwork.” “I didn’t run as hard [in the 50k]”, he said. Brown said he expects to run a 50 miler next week!
Ellicott City resident Kara Waters handled the women’s competition with ease, although she too had some trouble staying on course in the twisty bike paths of Long Reach. “The guy behind me kept telling me which way to turn,” she said. After finishing (1:46:20), she admitted the Metric was a hilly, difficult course. “It’s best that I didn’t review the course beforehand.” Her four (!) daughters greeted her at the finish line. “She’s stinky!” Lila noted. Like the men’s winner, Waters is no stranger to long distance racing. In the weeks before the Metric Marathon, she finished the Baltimore Marathon and the Marine Corps Marathon. Maybe she’ll take a break now.
A veritable new-comer to racing, Donna Wecker amazingly finished third among the women (1:55:42). She had never run 16 miles before except in a training run the week before, and Clyde’s 10k in the Spring was the first 6.2 mile race she had ever run. “I never got into the lead,” Donna said, “but I was in second for a brief time when the other woman went off course.”
The Metric course was marked in red and black arrows, and a biker did lead the race, but the top runners lost him on the bike paths. Understandably, they might have been a little rusty at navigating the Metric route because the race had not been run since 2007. Snow and ice had forced cancellation of the event in 2008 and 2009. Anyone who registered for the race in those two years got a free entry this year, any many took advantage of the offer. The race was moved up a month from December to November to prevent a third catastrophe. The weather cooperated this time. It was sunny and pleasant, and the race sold out for the first time in its 34-year history.
The Metric 5k was also staged for runners who couldn’t spare two or more hours to run the Metric Marathon. In the shorter race, Harry Colby and Gary Smolyak clobbered the men’s field (18:08 and 18:10, respectively). Leading from the start, they talked to each other during the competition. In the women’s 5k, 46-year-old Robyn Humphrey beat 17-year-old Julie Gessler, but they had quite a battle. After finishing (19:18), Robyn left for yoga and massage.
All finishers received a pair of gray painters gloves with the Metric Marathon logo, as well as all the Ledo pizza they could eat. Post-race refreshments also included Bagel Bin bagels, Overall and age group winners received wooden plaques and gift certificates from Feet First of Hickory Ridge. 485 completed the Metric, while 182 finished the 5k.
The Howard County Striders put on the Metric Marathon to commemorate the linkage between the old city of Ellicott City and the new city of Columbia, and the course threads both. John and Ann Worley directed the Metric Marathon and 5k. They have directed the race for many years, and were relieved (along with most of the runners) to finally have some good weather. The Striders wish to thank the Howard County Police for providing traffic control and dozens of dedicated volunteers who served as course marshals and water dispensers.
by Jim Carbary
Metric Marathon & 5K/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
Metric Cancellation Information
08 Dec 2009
Unfortunately, due to icy weather conditions, the Metric Marathon was cancelled this past Sunday. As race directors, we were particularly disappointed, especially because this situation also occurred last year. Up until last year, we have never had a cancellation—that’s 31 years! We spent months getting ready for what we hoped would be an awesome event with numerous awards, lots of randoms, gloves, and a great post-race pizza party. We appreciate our volunteers who worked behind the scenes—those who worked packet pick-up, and those who showed up on the cold race day morning to address the needs of the runners who did show up. And we appreciate your patience and support while we did our best to get the word out on the Howard County Striders website, the radio stations, and on Active.com, and thus minimized inconvenience to everyone.
Like last year, many parts of the course (roads, bike paths, and foot bridge) were iced over, making conditions unsafe for runners as well as the police, course marshals, other volunteers and the general public. The snow and precipitation that had fallen the day before had turned to ice, and temperatures remained below freezing. The safety of those involved is, of course, our top priority, and if there are any doubts, we will always err on the side of safety.
With regard to refunds, the policy of the Metric (and most other race events) is stated that fees are nonrefundable. The majority of expenses are already paid out whether the race is run or not. In addition to the custom printed tee-shirts and the gloves for the Metric Marathon finishers, we incurred the costs of printing the applications, advertising the race, rental of portable toilets, the pizza, and other food vendors, and race numbers. However, due to the unusual circumstances of having the race cancelled twice in a row, we plan to offer a free 2010 registration (without Shirt) for those people who were registered for both races: 2008 and 2009. Shirts will be available to those runners who want to purchase them at cost. The procedure for claiming your free entry will be posted on the Striders website (www.striders.net) soon.
Some people have questioned why we couldn’t just re-schedule the race. The police permits and permits for use of the lake front and bike paths have to be in place months in advance for the date and time. Neither can we ask hundreds of volunteers to change the time as they are likely to have prior commitments. So do many of the runners!
For runners who did not have an opportunity to pick up your packets, you can pick them up at Feet First, Hickory Ridge Village Center, 6420 Freetown Rd., Columbia, MD 21044. (Phone: 410 992-5800) If this is not convenient for you, we can arrange to have them mailed to you. Prizes are being distributed on a random basis.
Finally, in conjunction with the Howard County Striders Board of Directors, we have decided to move 2010 Metric to an earlier date to avoid another icy event. We are scheduling the 2010 Metric Marathon for Sunday November 14, 2010. We consider this race to be one of our premier events. A significant portion of the race proceeds goes to our scholarship fund, which recognizes high school runners who are distinguished scholar-athletes. We are committed to continuing the long tradition of this race, which is one of the oldest continuously held running events in the Washington Baltimore area.
Thanks again for your kind words and understanding as we proceed ahead to make next year’s Metric one that everyone will enjoy.
For the Howard County Striders
John and Ann Worley
Metric Marathon & 5K/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
Metric Cancellation Information December 7, 2008
As race directors of the Columbia Metric Marathon & 5K, we would like to explain why the race today was cancelled, and to provide you with an understanding of the reasons why we are unable to re-schedule the race event or to issue a refund.
As we were setting up the registration tables this morning, we heard from the traffic coordinator that the race was called off due to “black ice” on the roads and snow and ice on the bike paths. In conjunction with the Howard County Police, who expressed concern that these conditions could result in accidents involving, not only runners, but cars, police vehicles and/or the lead motorcycle, he was in agreement that we should cancel the race. In fact, when the coordinator and Howard County Striders president went to retrieve the course markers, the road conditions were deteriorating – more snow, ice (especially in shaded areas), and wind. They observed 2 down-hill sections that were coated in black ice which could have been extremely treacherous to runners. We did not want to risk any runners having an accident.
Furthermore, considering the distance of the course (16.2 miles), we were concerned that some runners (and thus volunteers), would be out on the course for 3 or more hours in the blistering cold. This would probably be a miserable experience, and could result in frostbite or hypothermia.
We know that many of you felt dissatisfied, especially those of you who drove long distances (and left home early) to run the race. Please be assured, that after the months of planning and coordinating, we, as race directors, were as disappointed as anybody could be. We planned for all the contingencies we could, but (needless to say), the weather was beyond our control. There were also hundreds of volunteers, sponsors, and providers who were eagerly anticipating this event, and were let down.
Many runners asked if the Metric Marathon could be re-scheduled for another date. Unfortunately, for many reasons, this would not be feasible. The first reason is that a race like ours requires almost 200 volunteers and to merely re-schedule it would be a logistical impossibility. Long before the race, fliers have to be printed, permits (for bike paths, Lakefront, etc.) have to be obtained, the work schedules of the police (including overtime) need to be set up, certain key people have to be available, shirts have to be printed, and other support needs to be in place. People involved in our race simply cannot re-commit after making plans many months in advance.
As for refunds, I know that many of you feel “cheated” out of your money. We certainly understand, since many of you put in hours of training and effort to run this race. Please keep in mind that certain expenditures are incurred in advance of the race as, for example, costs of printing registration forms, the portable toilets, and food (bagels, pizza, etc.). In other words, this money has already been spent in advance. However, we are offering a $5 discount to those registering for next year’s race (details will follow). Knowing that many runners would show up for the run, we did all we could to accommodate those who were inconvenienced. Our pre-race volunteers (who showed up at 6am) served food and drinks, gave out shirts and gloves, and tried to address the needs and concerns of the runners, despite the bitter cold. We want to thank these and the many volunteers who worked “behind the scenes.” We appreciate your patience and understanding.
For those of you who did not come by the race this morning, we still have some shirts left. If you will send us an e-mail with your name, contact information, and shirt size, we will mail you a shirt while supplies last (free shipping to you). If you wish to pick it up at our house, let us know and we will make arrangements for you to stop by. (FYI – the shirt sizes leftover are overwhelmingly medium; however, we have all sizes in short-sleeve Metric shirts.). If you would like a shirt, send an email to: [email protected]
The next (33rd) Metric Marathon & 5K will be next December – the 6th to be exact. Put it on your calendar, and we hope to see you then.
John & Ann Worley, Race Directors
Metric Marathon & 5K/in Metric Marathon, Race Results
2007 Metric Marathon 26.2K Results
2007 Metric Marathon 26.2K Awards
Steven Crane may have clobbered the men’s field at the 31st Annual Metric Marathon last Sunday, but the story might have been different had not “some young guy” forced the pace for the first 14 miles of the race. Steve’s competition turned out to be a former UMBC runner named Shawn Shorky. Shawn had sprained his ankle a month before and thought he could push through the injury, and he might have too if Crane had not forced the pace. When the ankle became unbearable, Shawn dropped out. Special race coordinator Paul Goldenberg actually gave him a ride back to the start.
A national-class runner, Crane came north to Columbia from Arlington, VA, with his fleet friends from the Pacers running store– Chris Farley and Eric Kean. Crane posted a time of 1:30:38– the fastest Metric Marathon since Peter Dougharty won the event in 1999 with a 1:30:13. Six minutes and over one mile behind Crane, masters runner Tom Banchy became the beneficiary of the withdrawl and finished in second place (1:36:49). “I never saw the leader,” Tom admitted, “But at least I was the first old guy to finish!”
Denise Knickman led the women’s race for the first 13 miles. But when she turned onto the bike path, the uneven, meandering surfaces slowed down her road-race pace. “I had a rough time on the bike paths and couldn’t get used to them,” she said. That gave Alana Van Allen the chance she needed. She overhauled Knickman somewhere on the leaf-strewn bike paths of Long Reach and held on to win the women’s division in 1:51:30.
Among the over-40 runners, the aforementioned Tom Banchy, second overall, was the first master runner across the finish line. He had only run the Metric once before. The fastest woman over 40 was Linda Foley, who finished third among the women in 1:53:36. The second-fastest woman was a grandmaster. Recently turned 50, Dorothy Beckett had celebrated her birthday with a 3:27 at the New York City Marathon, and then felt compelled to run the Metric two weeks later– where she beat nearly all the master women as well as all the grandmasters. Watch out!
The Columbia 5k race accompanied the Metric Marathon. The shorter race is for the speedsters not feeling up to the longer Metric. Robert Santoro traveled all the way from North Quincy, MA (it’s right outside Boston) to win the 5k in a blazing 16:09, while Kensington’s Patty Zerfas bested the women’s field (20:19). Notably, the fastest master in the 5k race was a grandmaster: 50-year-old John Chall finished seventh overall in 18:58.
Although the rain held off until the afternoon, it was such a cold and raw day that many runners left immediately after they finished, including Crane and Van Allen. After the race, some runners actually did hang around Lake Kittimuquindi for random awards, pizza from Jerry’s Subs, and lots of apple juice. “Actually, I can’t wait to get home and take a hot shower,” said Sandy Ford (1st, 45-49W). Those race and age group winners who stuck around received handsome wood plaques and gift certificates from Feet First of Wilde Lake. 337 finished the full Metric Marathon (26.2 km or 16.4 miles), while 216 complete the 5k fun run.
John and Ann Worley directed the Metric Marathon on behalf of the Howard County Striders, who stage the race each December. This year before the race, the Striders held a going-away ceremony for Miles Weigold, announcer and official “voice” of the Howard County Striders. Delegate Elizabeth Bobo presented Miles with an honorary decree from the Maryland State Senate, and he also received a Volunteer of the Year award from the Road Runners Club of America for 2000 hours of service. The Striders also made a donation on Miles’ behalf to the Kennedy-Krieger Institute of Johns Hopkins.
The Striders thank the Howard County Police for their expert traffic direction during the race and the dozens of volunteers (especially Boy Scout Troop 734 from DelMar at the 14 mile water stop) who braved the dreary weather on Sunday morning.
by Jim Carbary
Columbia Metric Marathon 2007 - 26.2K, 12/2/2007 Pl Name HomeTown Age Time 1.Crane, Steven Silver Spring, MD M26 1:30:38.87 2.Banchy, Tom Catonsville, MD M40 1:36:49.26 3.Farley, Chris Arlington, VA M31 1:37:27.84 4.Lockwood, Max Washington, DC M37 1:37:33.88 5.Kean, Erik Arlington, VA M30 1:37:36.12 6.Hogan, Gregory M Columbia, MD M27 1:37:42.85 7.Wade, Robbie Chicago, IL M25 1:38:57.06 8.Kuderna, Doug T Odenton, MD M46 1:39:08.31 9.Poulos, Ted McLean, VA M45 1:41:55.35 10.Pointer, Maurice Baltimore, MD M52 1:42:10.57 11.Tripp, Jason I Ellicott City, MD M35 1:42:35.66 12.Tebbe, Matt Silver Spring, MD M31 1:42:56.74 13.Kessler, David Manassas, VA M30 1:43:38.53 14.Papagno, Victor Poolesville, MD M39 1:43:39.89 15.LaMonte, Joe A Arlington, VA M27 1:44:41.74 16.Brown, Karsten Front Royal, VA M33 1:44:42.99 17.Medley, Remus Baltimore, MD M37 1:44:45.26 18.Barela, Mark Washington, DC M28 1:44:50.42 19.Chasse, Craig Reston, VA M38 1:45:43.11 20.Jarrin, Robert Washington, DC M37 1:46:15.31 21.Anderson, Matt Fairfax, VA M41 1:47:38.74 22.Hoskin, Dominique Ellicott City, MD M14 1:47:50.44 23.Bartholomew, Robert Aberdeen, MD M43 1:49:33.56 24.Grimsley, Gary J Springfield, VA M53 1:49:55.94 25.Van Allan, Alana Baltimore, MD F23 1:51:30.94 26.Foster, Ryan Bowie, MD M27 1:51:31.96 27.Laanisto, Peter J Elkridge, MD M30 1:51:58.37 28.Hanle, Joseph Columbia, MD M50 1:52:43.44 29.Knickman, Denise Baltimore, MD F39 1:52:53.97 30.Hooke, Alex Silver Spring, MD M23 1:52:57.63 31.Moorehouse, Dave Ellicott City, MD M40 1:53:10.19 32.Foley, Linda Herndon, VA F45 1:53:36.61 33.Senior, Malcolm New Market, MD M56 1:54:00.31 34.Muething, Mary Beth Arlington, VA F29 1:54:12.61 35.Costello, Sean M Ellicott City, MD M47 1:55:08.29 36.Rumbaugh, Luke Arbutus, MD M21 1:55:29.38 37.Kelvey, bill Westminister, MD M50 1:55:29.72 38.fung, yukun Silver Spring, MD M29 1:55:42.97 39.Steffen, Scott E Laurel, MD M35 1:55:51.44 40.Toller, David Columbia, MD M17 1:56:41.04 41.Bunting, Paul L Arbutus, MD M48 1:56:57.70 42.Dernoga, Matthew Laurel, MD M19 1:57:47.78 43.Rosario, Peter Gaithersburg, MD M48 1:57:54.44 44.Carbary, James Clarksville, MD M56 1:58:02.59 45.Price, John A Virginia Beach, VA M53 1:58:06.23 46.Marty, Dylan Columbia, MD M16 1:58:56.39 47.Lopez-Murphy, Pablo Rockville, MD M32 1:59:05.21 48.Rooks, Brittney Baltimore, MD F13 1:59:15.41 49.Huang, Eugene Alexandria, VA M31 1:59:25.45 50.Compton, Norton L Fairfax, VA M53 1:59:52.24 51.Oda, Yasuo Ellicott City, MD M45 2:00:02.71 52.Sebring, Daniel Columbia, MD M26 2:00:07.09 53.Zaron, Mike Ellicott City, MD M27 2:00:19.24 54.Chapman, Donnie Clarksville, MD M46 2:00:24.89 55.Gilmore, James Ellicott City, MD M37 2:00:59.54 56.Neugebauer, Steve Rising Sun, MD M28 2:01:09.58 57.Dominici, Francesca Baltimore, MD F38 2:01:18.01 58.Peck, Henry Unknown, NA M50 2:01:44.75 59.Cook, Simon Clarksville, MD M43 2:01:54.76 60.Fulton, Bruce Woodbine, MD M36 2:02:07.33 61.Stevenson, David Abingdon, MD M32 2:02:07.81 62.LaCarte, Matt Elkridge, MD M28 2:02:08.71 63.Stevenson, Robert Abingdon, MD M28 2:02:10.79 64.Beckett, Dorothy Columbia, MD F50 2:02:18.97 65.Warfield, Jerry N Columbia, MD M63 2:03:10.87 66.Stenholm, Sari Columbia, MD F29 2:03:14.98 67.Jennings, Von Clarksville, MD M59 2:03:32.08 68.McIntyre, Janelle D Ellicott City, MD F42 2:03:36.05 69.Pinit, Piriya Catonsville, MD M62 2:04:08.27 70.Gonnella, Anne Ellicott City, MD F38 2:04:11.68 71.Krause, David J Clarksville, MD M33 2:04:16.64 72.Black, John D Sykesville, MD M41 2:04:18.25 73.Traum, Jaeden Baltimore, MD M33 2:04:19.07 74.Gill, John F Fort Meade, MD M31 2:04:31.70 75.Chadwick, Jack Columbia, MD M32 2:04:32.86 76.Cannon, Michael Springfield, VA M49 2:04:35.34 77.Martin, Lorrin Fulton, MD M33 2:04:38.33 78.Kirk-Davidoff, Daniel Columbia, MD M39 2:05:46.08 79.Ford, Sandy Columbia, MD F46 2:05:55.03 80.Parmigiani, Giovanni Baltimore, MD M48 2:06:13.05 81.Scott, Janeth Columbia, MD F45 2:06:26.10 82.Vanderland, Gary Ellicott City, MD M54 2:06:28.83 83.Devlin, Dan Silver Spring, MD M53 2:06:41.44 84.Yezek, Jennifer Arlington, VA F31 2:06:42.87 85.Stahr, Bill The Plains, VA M47 2:06:48.74 86.Osten, Troy D Marriottsville, MD M40 2:06:57.88 87.Krall, Lon Springfield, VA M45 2:06:58.61 88.Burger, Marc J Columbia, MD M35 2:07:10.00 89.Silverman, Ed Laurel, MD M52 2:07:19.24 90.Splete, Heidi Washington, DC F37 2:07:31.20 91.Olivi, Lori Perry Hall, MD F29 2:07:42.51 92.DeFronzo, Julian C Ellicott City, MD M17 2:08:01.38 93.Battisti, Christopher J Columbia, MD M44 2:08:07.84 94.Hellmers, Matthew Cockeysville, MD M31 2:08:17.20 95.Both, Peter J Fulton, MD M35 2:08:32.80 96.Schofield, Tom R Ellicott City, MD M47 2:08:39.94 97.Brockmann, Heidi Laurel, MD F28 2:08:41.83 98.Thomas, Heather Pasadena, MD F38 2:08:43.02 99.Ebert, David Elizabeth City, NC M49 2:08:49.90 100.DiCocco, David Sykesville, MD M33 2:09:24.37 101.Greenlee, Mark Clarksville, MD M41 2:10:09.10 102.Barnes, Thomas Severn, MD M35 2:10:10.35 103.Young, Cheryl Reston, VA F38 2:10:28.09 104.Barber, Sonny Falls Church, VA M66 2:10:48.84 105.Hopkins, David Baltimore, MD M39 2:11:11.04 106.Vanous, Michael Ellicott City, MD M57 2:11:13.81 107.Brown, Kevin College Park, MD M20 2:11:27.44 108.Wieseman, Joseph Washington, DC M30 2:11:48.78 109.Sivo, Zachary Ellicott City, MD M15 2:11:51.77 110.Hauenstein, Logan Columbia, MD M27 2:11:58.10 111.Gong, Wesley Ellicott City, MD M15 2:12:03.02 112.Betka, Mark Washington, DC M38 2:12:48.99 113.Wallach, Matt Brooklyn, NY M26 2:14:05.18 114.Robertson, Brent P Columbia, MD M46 2:14:09.90 115.Pane, Richard Herndon, VA M64 2:14:14.44 116.Kadonoff, David Silver Spring, MD M44 2:14:16.64 117.Vanderland, Lauren E Brighton, MA F23 2:14:34.87 118.John, Victor A Columbia, MD M47 2:14:35.96 119.Warren, Dale Columbia, MD M33 2:15:19.84 120.Thompson, Elizabeth Laurel, MD F37 2:15:50.23 121.Clinger, Stephen Ellicott City, MD M49 2:16:01.32 122.Proebstle, Kathy Columbia, MD F27 2:16:06.94 123.Young, Karen C Boyds, MD F39 2:16:19.80 124.Applebaum, Gary E Owings Mills, MD M48 2:16:33.49 125.Del Grosso, Nick Columbia, MD M49 2:16:35.85 126.Gantt, Doyle Clarksville, MD M56 2:17:27.94 127.Lowenthal, Beth Laurel, MD F32 2:17:45.49 128.Ammons, Derek Laurel, MD M47 2:17:47.42 129.Paterna, Angela Arlington, VA F37 2:18:00.09 130.Johnson, Janice Cooksville, MD F36 2:18:02.67 131.Lombardo, Michael Elkridge, MD M40 2:18:03.21 132.Hill, Gregory Kettering, MD M46 2:18:11.86 133.Reichhuber, Martin Washington, DC M31 2:18:36.72 134.Coll, Denise Alexandria, VA F47 2:18:45.19 135.Puglisi, Larry Gambrills, MD M53 2:18:45.70 136.Weber, Ron Ellicott City, MD M55 2:18:56.00 137.Ashe, Jordana Potomac, MD F40 2:19:09.84 138.Nelson, Keith Mechanicsburg, PA M48 2:19:12.34 139.Parsley, Andrew Baltimore, MD M38 2:19:16.67 140.Rodriguez, Glenda Odenton, MD F28 2:19:19.53 141.Chirozzi, Michael Ellicott City, MD M39 2:19:21.00 142.Brown, Tom D Glenelg, MD M57 2:19:22.78 143.Resnick, Debra Elkins Park, PA F52 2:19:24.86 144.Wendler, Eric Mt. Airy, MD M42 2:19:34.24 145.Brouwers, Bob Columbia, MD M41 2:19:39.94 146.Campbell, Christopher Perry Hall, MD M32 2:19:41.96 147.Bartholomew, Cathleen Aberdeen, MD F49 2:19:50.86 148.Lawrence, Karin Highland, MD F37 2:21:02.97 149.King, John F Dayton, MD M42 2:21:03.35 150.Gordon, Kirk D Mitchellville, MD M51 2:21:27.14 151.Copsey, Kathleen Laurel, MD F33 2:21:29.15 152.Cagle, Jeff Ellicott City, MD M47 2:21:41.94 153.Redmond, Jane Columbia, MD F47 2:21:45.44 154.Lewis, Suzanne Frederick, MD F40 2:21:50.50 155.O'Keefe, Tim E Monrovia, MD M54 2:21:50.91 156.Attavian, Bruce Hagerstown, MD M58 2:21:51.34 157.Kohr, Scott Westminister, MD M46 2:21:55.74 158.Sauter, Carrie Woodbine, MD F33 2:21:57.40 159.Barner, Ross Rockville, MD M41 2:22:02.49 160.Smith, David Catonsville, MD M46 2:22:14.45 161.Hughes, Kristen Columbia, MD F32 2:22:26.09 162.Bolton, Marie Baltimore, MD F25 2:22:33.35 163.shipley, alison Highland, MD F19 2:22:39.86 164.shipley, nicole Highland, MD F19 2:22:40.29 165.Lang, Mary Pasadena, MD F53 2:22:53.70 166.Eyster, John York, PA M47 2:23:16.45 167.Smith, Steven York, PA M48 2:23:16.85 168.Woodbridge, Chris Hyattsville, MD M46 2:23:26.41 169.Koczur, Heather Marie Alexandria, VA F35 2:23:28.90 170.Fitzgerald, Michael A Clarksville, MD M42 2:23:45.20 171.Karlheim, David Clarksville, MD M49 2:23:45.80 172.Baldwin, Tom Mechanicsburg, PA M41 2:24:24.08 173.Nasuta, Tom Baltimore, MD M51 2:24:47.15 174.Rogers, Michael J Laurel, MD M43 2:24:53.31 175.Moraw, Margaret S Columbia, MD F27 2:25:12.61 176.Wilhelm, Gary Woodstock, MD M40 2:25:18.78 177.Shanks, Roger Odenton, MD M46 2:25:43.46 178.Wesolowski, Carol Severn, MD F41 2:26:05.49 179.Crooks, Carrie Baltimore, MD F29 2:26:15.44 180.Pang, Les Silver Spring, MD M54 2:26:18.17 181.Cipolla, Frank Alexandria, VA M41 2:26:19.37 182.Morris, John Elkridge, MD M45 2:26:24.94 183.Mooney, Tim Ellicott City, MD M45 2:26:25.46 184.Glose, Victoria Baltimore, MD F53 2:27:04.95 185.Hiza, Gabriel J Columbia, MD M64 2:27:34.59 186.Allen, Wendy L Ellicott City, MD F43 2:27:43.43 187.Archbald, Franklyn J Columbia, MD M59 2:27:50.13 188.Hilson, Bob Owings Mills, MD M0 2:27:52.99 189.Bates, Monica Baltimore, MD F45 2:27:53.40 190.Gamble, Christopher Hagerstown, MD M43 2:27:54.08 191.Updegraff, Karen Mechanicsburg, PA F42 2:28:02.97 192.Scott, Judith Ellicott City, MD F40 2:28:04.03 193.Burger, Chad Columbia, MD M29 2:28:30.09 194.Brinker, Mark w Columbia, MD M49 2:28:42.83 195.Grinde, Ingrid Casanova, VA F51 2:28:43.34 196.Platt, Robert Arlington, VA M56 2:29:05.48 197.Maria, Joseph Baltimore, MD M31 2:29:52.69 198.Hare, Laurie Baltimore, MD F32 2:29:55.10 199.Haskins, Lara Baldwin, MD F29 2:30:03.25 200.Carballo, William Columbia, MD M26 2:30:20.38 201.Richards, Patty McLean, VA F39 2:30:27.23 202.Shepherd, Sydney Arlington, VA F44 2:30:27.72 203.Johnson, Jill Arlington, VA F41 2:30:56.20 204.Riley, Chris Annapolis, MD M63 2:31:13.58 205.Harbin, Steven M Woodbine, MD M29 2:31:24.52 206.Kreft, Michael Ellicott City, MD M47 2:32:01.31 207.Weber, Judith Ellicott City, MD F48 2:32:04.93 208.Rodberg, Elliot Jessup, MD M47 2:32:21.76 209.Christ, James Columbia, MD M59 2:32:37.34 210.Jones, Christine Arlington, VA F41 2:33:19.25 211.Rose, Linda Baltimore, MD F56 2:33:30.85 212.walker, eric Columbia, MD M27 2:33:53.55 213.Nodine, Jean Rockville, MD F44 2:34:02.63 214.Lampe, Mike Ellicott City, MD M45 2:34:05.28 215.Kravitz, David Columbia, MD M29 2:34:21.82 216.Rooks, Lance Baltimore, MD M12 2:35:21.15 217.Rooks, Delvaughn Baltimore, MD M16 2:35:21.44 218.Wickenheiser, Dan Elkridge, MD M45 2:35:27.54 219.Campbell, Mary Arlington, VA F39 2:35:44.94 220.Corriere, Suzy Ellicott City, MD F33 2:36:07.97 221.Sumption, Donna Alexandria, VA F44 2:36:10.27 222.Hott, catherine Great Falls, VA F47 2:36:10.66 223.Larko, Megan Laurel, MD F44 2:36:25.67 224.Ourand, Patricia Baltimore, MD F51 2:36:27.80 225.Oates, Jack Columbia, MD M64 2:36:37.91 226.richter, patricia Sykesville, MD F46 2:36:53.54 227.Flynn, Barbara j Ellicott City, MD F40 2:37:12.93 228.Paroby, Vanessa Baltimore, MD F32 2:37:18.53 229.Bogan, Shane Savage, MD M48 2:37:19.42 230.Taylor, Nathan Frederick, MD M30 2:37:21.33 231.POLLEY, BERNARD Kingsville, MD M57 2:37:22.03 232.Sullivan, Doug Clarksville, MD M45 2:37:30.04 233.Hannigan, Wiebke Sykesville, MD F34 2:37:33.83 234.Walker, Charles Olney, MD M41 2:37:34.81 235.Kim, Susan Laurel, MD F39 2:37:41.85 236.Esposito, Anthony J Arbutus, MD M26 2:37:54.84 237.Lyons, Paul Glenelg, MD M55 2:38:01.51 238.Wolinski, Denise Baltimore, MD F29 2:38:37.00 239.Burke, Jerry F Laurel, MD M40 2:39:11.25 240.Spargo, Sarah Sykesville, MD F31 2:39:12.64 241.Rowley, Ginger A Clarksville, MD F46 2:39:41.48 242.Basch, Vladi F Columbia, MD M59 2:39:42.41 243.Morgan, Theresa Adelphi, MD F34 2:39:44.42 244.Ghaffarian, Zohreh Columbia, MD F56 2:40:05.75 245.Trott, Mike Joppa, MD M54 2:41:11.56 246.Lewis, Erik T Frederick, MD M44 2:41:16.04 247.Feinberg, Howard Mt. Airy, MD M41 2:42:00.55 248.Christenson, Glenn Timonium, MD M50 2:42:08.27 249.Saltz, Debra Ellicott City, MD F39 2:42:27.67 250.Dean, Trang Ellicott City, MD F42 2:43:15.35 251.Glassberg, Abby Clarksville, MD F47 2:43:15.99 252.Pilkington, Bonnie Catonsville, MD F41 2:43:18.04 253.Henderson, Clint Columbia, MD M51 2:43:25.10 254.Armiger, Debbie Sparks, MD F36 2:43:32.55 255.Hoffman, Melinda Woodstock, MD F37 2:43:32.93 256.Leonard, Marcia Columbia, MD F36 2:43:44.94 257.BRUDIEU, Marie-Anne Columbia, MD F25 2:43:53.77 258.Sherwood, Kristine Baltimore, MD F27 2:43:59.15 259.Smith, Roy Laurel, MD M35 2:44:12.08 260.Reardon, Ronald J Arbutus, MD M47 2:44:22.30 261.Upton, Michael Elkridge, MD M49 2:44:23.01 262.Walker, Norma Ellicott City, MD F54 2:44:24.60 263.Shimizu, Jhana Columbia, MD F45 2:44:30.86 264.Katkow, Eric A Columbia, MD M63 2:44:45.74 265.Paolucci, Theresa Havre de Grace, MD F35 2:44:58.64 266.Cooley, Tavis Sykesville, MD M35 2:44:59.82 267.Mintz, Donald Joppa, MD M52 2:45:51.17 268.Kelso, Jordan D Columbia, MD M34 2:46:05.39 269.Ziring, Neal Columbia, MD M44 2:46:14.76 270.Evers, Doug E Clarksville, MD M38 2:46:36.15 271.dolente, madeline Baltimore, MD F31 2:46:56.03 272.wendland, b Columbia, MD F46 2:47:01.74 273.Foreman, Rob Adelphi, MD M22 2:47:24.40 274.Feuerherd, Zachary College Park, MD M21 2:47:24.84 275.Holbrook, Matthew Centreville, VA M34 2:47:27.65 276.Bryant, Latrill Baltimore, MD F38 2:47:28.06 277.Brooks, Patricia E Ellicott City, MD F57 2:47:59.76 278.Atkinson, Robert Bethesda, MD M54 2:48:23.19 279.Mroczkowski, Gretchen York Haven, PA F46 2:48:26.85 280.Byerly, Jessica Camp Hill, PA F29 2:48:35.70 281.Byerly, Timothy Camp Hill, PA M34 2:48:36.11 282.Peterson, Luann Centreville, VA F42 2:48:36.61 283.Boys, Joe Columbia, MD M68 2:51:01.03 284.White-McFadden, Angela Baltimore, MD F34 2:51:02.71 285.Fox, Richard C Ellicott City, MD M60 2:51:08.52 286.frank, jeff Washington, DC M47 2:51:10.45 287.Reid, Robert Ellicott City, MD M36 2:51:39.77 288.Krasnopoler, Mitchell Ellicott City, MD M50 2:51:47.60 289.Spedden, Janet Clarksville, MD F49 2:51:47.93 290.Maiorana, Anthony Boonsboro, MD M20 2:51:51.97 291.Boys, Sandy Columbia, MD F56 2:51:55.29 292.Magsipoc, Robert Chevy Chase, MD M25 2:52:16.74 293.Hilliard, Abigail Sykesville, MD F35 2:52:34.74 294.Luz, Friedrich Washington, DC M56 2:53:05.44 295.Shoemaker, Heidi Westminister, MD F22 2:53:12.74 296.MacCormack, Bill Ellicott City, MD M65 2:53:14.84 297.Dorsey, Timothy Columbia, MD M26 2:53:41.43 298.Howe, Tiffany Columbia, MD F29 2:53:41.89 299.Sachs, Theresa Columbia, MD F44 2:53:56.67 300.Heiliger, Phil Columbia, MD M55 2:53:57.04 301.Eagan, Michael Baltimore, MD M25 2:54:48.85 302.Gething, Mandy Clarksville, MD F43 2:55:33.56 303.Gutierrez, Fanny Baltimore, MD F34 2:56:05.49 304.Ourand, Kathleen Baltimore, MD F50 2:56:10.88 305.Bliden, Kevin Sykesville, MD M38 2:56:54.79 306.Luttrell, Glenn R Gore, VA M64 2:57:30.40 307.Gettier, Robert Clarksville, MD M35 2:59:05.55 308.Jessen, Valerie Arnold, MD F51 2:59:16.59 309.Krueger, Lisa Washington, DC F52 2:59:37.96 310.Jefferson, Mary L Rockville, MD F60 2:59:39.73 311.Cohen - Tomlinson, Marth Chevy Chase, MD F48 2:59:40.57 312.Jansen, Anicca Takoma Park, MD F54 3:00:09.14 313.Iannuzzi, Jo Marriottsville, MD M47 3:02:49.15 314.Skorbiansky, Shirley Rockville, MD F47 3:03:13.52 315.Warren, Rachel Camp Hill, PA F38 3:04:33.34 316.Thomas, Evan Crofton, MD M66 3:05:39.77 317.Padgett, Linda Baltimore, MD F52 3:06:05.34 318.Shahegh, Mohammad h Clarksville, MD M52 3:07:00.97 319.Ghaffari, Sid Frederick, MD M55 3:07:02.40 320.Camacho, Jose Ellicott City, MD M32 3:08:21.43 321.Knight, Amy Columbia, MD F34 3:08:30.24 322.Campbell, Kati Ellicott City, MD F37 3:08:30.77 323.Vale, Arnat Elkridge, MD M37 3:08:31.27 324.Kelly, Bernard m Ellicott City, MD M52 3:09:22.44 325.Perry, Josephus Adelphi, MD M57 3:10:16.36 326.Levin, Theodore Baltimore, MD M63 3:10:26.63 327.Graf, Tami Lusby, MD F71 3:10:36.17 328.Garner, Michael College Park, MD M49 3:14:41.45 329.Stepan, Anne Elkridge, MD F35 3:14:59.19 330.Dee, Mike Mt. Airy, MD M42 3:15:03.02 331.Groom, Matt Laurel, MD M40 3:15:03.66 332.Collins, John H Columbia, MD M65 3:15:56.76 333.Bennett, Deanna Odenton, MD F33 3:16:47.00 334.Oldes, Pamela Alexandria, VA F28 3:16:47.48 335.Brown, Douglas H Mt. Airy, MD M47 3:21:23.74 336.osborne, cathy Burtonsville, MD F50 3:23:27.73 337.Cain, Terri L Glen Burnie, MD F33 3:26:41.24
Columbia Metric 5K 2007 - 5K, 12/2/2007 Pl Name HomeTown Age Time 1.Santoro, Robert No. Quincy, MA M23 16:09.74 2.Stenholm, Pekka Columbia, MD M34 16:34.38 3.Jacobson, Andrew Washington, DC M30 17:23.38 4.McGrath, Jim Baltimore, MD M33 18:03.04 5.Sufczynski, Christopher Baltimore, MD M16 18:18.18 6.Keane, Brian Ellicott City, MD M30 18:22.83 7.Chall, John W Jessup, MD M50 18:58.04 8.Olivi, Gary Perry Hall, MD M30 18:59.86 9.Wood, Noah Columbia, MD M24 19:17.77 10.Palmer, Stephen Ellicott City, MD M38 19:25.94 11.Toth, Joe Clarksville, MD M20 19:50.44 12.Carroll, Brian Silver Spring, MD M52 19:53.53 13.Philips, Stephen Mt. Airy, MD M18 19:57.18 14.McFadden, Weems Columbia, MD M50 19:59.36 15.Orlofsky, Greg Columbia, MD M34 20:02.14 16.Schmitt, John Finksburg, MD M50 20:10.54 17.Zerfas, Patricia Kensington, MD F45 20:19.76 18.Barry, Samuel Columbia, MD M18 20:23.74 19.Grenagle, Matthew Glenelg, MD M17 20:24.05 20.Muething, Katie Arlington, VA F22 20:25.37 21.Porter, Ryan College Park, MD M21 20:27.01 22.O'Malley, Chris Ellicott City, MD M16 20:32.62 23.boyle, mackey Columbia, MD M15 20:35.45 24.Worley, Mark Columbia, MD M22 20:37.69 25.Wegner, Michael Columbia, MD M11 20:42.34 26.Elliott, John Columbia, MD M69 20:56.96 27.Howe, Tim Ellicott City, MD M45 21:00.90 28.bell, Les D York, PA M60 21:01.81 29.Sevik, Kenneth Ellicott City, MD M42 21:20.67 30.Appel, Lawrence J Ellicott City, MD M52 21:22.18 31.Lepore, Greg Columbia, MD M37 21:25.55 32.Baker, Toby Baltimore, MD M32 21:31.48 33.O'Malley, Edward Ellicott City, MD M45 21:33.16 34.Magana Escobar, Carlos Columbia, MD M25 22:08.04 35.Dyer, Will Ellicott City, MD M16 22:11.43 36.Haden, Alex Ellicott City, MD M15 22:15.01 37.Worley, Bruce Columbia, MD M22 22:18.73 38.Iberg, Will Columbia, MD M23 22:23.48 39.Arbelaez, Bill Columbia, MD M50 22:29.29 40.Rogers, Nathaniel Silver Spring, MD M13 22:32.94 41.Hogan, David Columbia, MD M48 22:43.59 42.Ross, Adam Ellicott City, MD M16 22:44.64 43.Fleming, Mike Columbia, MD M62 22:57.10 44.Haddaway, Julie Taneytown, MD F22 23:12.18 45.Blank, Peter Annandale, VA M53 23:19.84 46.Barranco, Joseph Rehobeth Beach, DE M55 23:28.67 47.Clark, Bryan Woodbine, MD M45 23:31.48 48.Marcelli, Carmine Ellicott City, MD M44 23:32.91 49.Wegner, Paul Columbia, MD M43 23:39.97 50.Pieper, Joseph Ellicott City, MD M27 23:45.44 51.Hauss, Debbie West Orange, NJ F46 23:47.93 52.Tade, Jack Falls Church, VA M43 23:48.89 53.Sanders, Christopher Ellicott City, MD M33 23:49.31 54.Lake, Ray Ellicott City, MD M47 23:50.26 55.Davis, Deborah Catonsville, MD F38 23:52.73 56.Atterbury, Jon Fort Meade, MD M35 23:55.98 57.Spicer, Ryan Clarksville, MD M14 24:00.85 58.Nardello, Jennifer Baltimore, MD F33 24:02.43 59.Earp, Michael Westminister, MD M52 24:02.93 60.Hogue, David Laurel, MD M29 24:14.64 61.Wegner, Kathleen Columbia, MD F42 24:21.20 62.Hankin, Stephanie Arlington, VA F26 24:32.79 63.Palks, Jon Bowie, MD M58 24:34.69 64.Hill, Ron Columbia, MD M45 24:36.06 65.Pickett, Brian Mt. Airy, MD M48 24:40.34 66.Lancos, Andy Columbia, MD M23 24:50.33 67.Helms, Scott Arlington, VA M27 24:51.78 68.Miller, Lorionna Manchester, MD F40 24:53.45 69.bowker, jennie Brookeville, MD F28 24:53.68 70.Patchan, Robert Columbia, MD M41 24:58.02 71.Rau, Daniel Ellicott City, MD M12 25:09.34 72.Demaree, Marsha Marriottsville, MD F43 25:13.14 73.Schofield, Kelly Ellicott City, MD F14 25:15.34 74.Koczur, Jason Alexandria, VA M32 25:22.60 75.Blake, Crystal Fork, MD F40 25:24.96 76.Lavoie, Angela M Columbia, MD F28 25:25.55 77.Lin, Pattie Ellicott City, MD F16 25:28.35 78.Podbielski, Mary Reisterstown, MD F52 25:30.28 79.Rogers, Elizabeth Silver Spring, MD F48 25:33.35 80.Kirk-Davidoff, Paul Columbia, MD M11 25:36.18 81.Estes, Bridgett Westminister, MD F15 25:38.67 82.Haden, Caroline Ellicott City, MD F13 25:43.00 83.Haden, Scott Ellicott City, MD M42 25:43.29 84.Daly, Steve Crofton, MD M42 26:03.24 85.Sevrin, Larry Ellicott City, MD M40 26:13.49 86.Kirk-Davidoff, Isaac Columbia, MD M11 26:21.19 87.Spicer, Andrew Clarksville, MD M42 26:23.56 88.Calvert, Roger L Ellicott City, MD M57 26:25.76 89.Riesz, Charlie Ellicott City, MD M47 26:27.02 90.Kuderna, Maria T Odenton, MD F48 26:30.78 91.Cutulle, Lyn Ellicott City, MD M53 26:31.54 92.McKown, Jeff Ellicott City, MD M45 26:42.36 93.McCown, Susanne Finksburg, MD F44 26:48.91 94.Black, Debra A Sykesville, MD F42 26:52.04 95.Burnett, Derrick Randallstown, MD M17 26:55.14 96.Lancos, Steve Columbia, MD M56 26:56.78 97.Allen, Diane Cockeysville, MD F53 27:00.41 98.Powell, Valerie Elkridge, MD F28 27:01.69 99.Janiszewski, Anthony Ellicott City, MD M14 27:09.44 100.Sobel, Janet Arlington, VA F26 27:09.76 101.Thompson, Nancy Columbia, MD F48 27:10.51 102.Howe, Emily F Ellicott City, MD F33 27:11.19 103.Cederbaum, Alison Columbia, MD F21 27:12.89 104.Lancos, Courtney Columbia, MD F26 27:13.58 105.Fagan, Stephanie Columbia, MD F34 27:18.52 106.Ronning, Cathy Laurel, MD F52 27:19.18 107.Titcomb, Tim Marriottsville, MD M51 27:20.64 108.Davila, Emma M Olney, MD F53 27:27.21 109.McCarthy, Alexandra Columbia, MD F15 27:33.08 110.Miller, Scott W Clarksville, MD M47 27:37.94 111.Janiszewski, Sam Ellicott City, MD M12 27:42.63 112.Rau, Marie Ellicott City, MD F16 27:42.87 113.Wilson, Colleen Ellicott City, MD F14 27:43.15 114.Hafer, Anne Frederick, MD F54 27:57.18 115.Vecera, Heidi Columbia, MD F29 27:58.78 116.Jee, Tom Laurel, MD M32 27:59.38 117.Ziring, Julia A Columbia, MD F45 28:08.59 118.Bliden, Jennifer Sykesville, MD F34 28:09.38 119.Ally, Sammie Columbia, MD M50 28:20.44 120.Brenneman, Ashley Manchester, MD F21 28:33.52 121.Stabler, Sandra Baltimore, MD F36 28:36.10 122.Remy, Carol Westminister, MD F47 28:47.38 123.Kruus, Kirsten Clarksville, MD F9 29:14.75 124.Kruus, Peter Clarksville, MD M39 29:15.10 125.Lundgren, Hans Columbia, MD M41 29:27.78 126.Counter, Jennifer Washington, DC F28 29:31.75 127.Barretta, Stephen Columbia, MD M59 29:44.16 128.WADDELL, Ronnie Westminister, MD M48 29:48.30 129.Wolhar, Robert C Rehobeth Beach, DE M59 29:59.59 130.Vample, Cheryl Columbia, MD F48 30:09.78 131.Webster, Lucas Columbia, MD M37 30:10.48 132.Andrews, Mike Columbia, MD M39 30:11.48 133.Cederbaum, Kenneth Columbia, MD M54 30:17.75 134.Nard, Mikie Columbia, MD F53 30:19.30 135.Sullivan, Dwight Arnold, MD M46 30:22.83 136.Callahan, Kathleen Columbia, MD F38 30:24.63 137.McCarthy, Jillain Columbia, MD F15 30:25.99 138.McCarthy, Tom Columbia, MD M54 30:28.21 139.Janiszewski, Paul Ellicott City, MD M10 30:31.45 140.Alosta, Janeen Baltimore, MD F35 30:43.48 141.Kai, Joanna Ellicott City, MD F47 30:43.90 142.Raynor, Amanda Westfield, PA F31 30:48.24 143.Kauffman, Lara Latrobe, PA F31 30:48.54 144.Cecil, Joseph Brookeville, MD M52 31:00.29 145.Newbern, Pam Fort Meade, MD F47 31:14.69 146.Anderer, Kenneth Frederick, MD M59 31:18.28 147.Lopas, Sarah Washington, DC F28 31:32.05 148.Yep, Ray Ellicott City, MD M44 31:33.14 149.Farrar, Rodney Leesburg, VA M55 31:34.50 150.de los Reyes, Rick Gambrills, MD M32 31:44.24 151.Mitchell, Richard Columbia, MD M62 31:52.90 152.Styczynski, Carla Clarksville, MD F54 32:04.17 153.Rubinstein, Alex Reisterstown, MD M30 32:05.54 154.Muir, Jessie Washington, DC F30 32:12.85 155.McKown, Hanna Ellicott City, MD F12 32:17.35 156.Tow, Michael Clarksville, MD M39 32:19.57 157.Trapp, Julie A Silver Spring, MD F63 32:27.84 158.Brinker, John Ellicott City, MD M67 32:44.00 159.Jones, Carla Silver Spring, MD F36 32:44.96 160.Hunn, Marsha Elkridge, MD F40 32:46.08 161.Tonkins Sr, William Ellicott City, MD M60 32:57.44 162.Janiszewski, Natalie Ellicott City, MD F40 33:10.13 163.Janiszewski, Rick Ellicott City, MD M39 33:13.40 164.Goone, Sara Ellicott City, MD F47 33:27.00 165.Meyerson, Ted Highland, MD M74 33:28.14 166.McKown, Kelsey Ellicott City, MD F15 34:01.07 167.Thompson, Penny Ellicott City, MD F47 34:01.60 168.Cagle, Barbara Columbia, MD F49 34:30.04 169.Harrington, Tina Bowie, MD F34 34:38.50 170.Maione, Julie Columbia, MD F33 34:44.24 171.Gilbert, Jordynn Ellicott City, MD F9 35:07.66 172.Gilbert, Cindy Ellicott City, MD F39 35:08.46 173.Overbeck, Stefany Crofton, MD F41 35:40.00 174.Powell, Michelle Rehobeth Beach, DE F50 35:41.52 175.Elam, Kenneth Smellville, GA M39 35:44.24 176.Reed, Michael Laurel, MD M36 35:51.97 177.Roberson, George Unknown, NA M59 36:08.07 178.Coll, Tiana L Woodbine, MD F31 36:17.65 179.Graham, Pamela Clarksville, MD F54 36:24.67 180.Toth, Elizabeth Clarksville, MD F63 36:28.04 181.Wegner, Kevin Columbia, MD M9 36:59.93 182.Betancourt, Nicole Columbia, MD F32 37:23.70 183.Calvert, Barbara Ellicott City, MD F57 37:41.43 184.Petralia, Lauren Annapolis, MD F23 37:42.93 185.Alhambra, Christine Arnold, MD F22 37:43.21 186.Byron, Beverly L Ellicott City, MD F54 37:56.87 187.Burger, Melissa L Columbia, MD F35 38:24.89 188.Janiszewski, Marie Ellicott City, MD F36 38:39.78 189.Denzler, Sheila Columbia, MD F39 38:50.74 190.Stone, Elizabeth Columbia, MD F34 39:10.48 191.McKown, Sylvia Ellicott City, MD F45 39:12.50 192.Gunzelman, John Columbia, MD M66 39:14.78 193.Murphy, Stacy Baltimore, MD F41 39:46.07 194.Wilson, Amy Laurel, MD F43 39:46.55 195.Alhambra, Susan Arnold, MD F49 39:46.97 196.Vorwerk, Jason Columbia, MD M33 40:04.16 197.Hafner, Jennifer Annapolis, MD F30 40:19.84 198.Dockery, Patty Annapolis, MD F41 40:20.51 199.Pieper, Josephine Ellicott City, MD F63 40:27.00 200.Schmitt, Christa Finksburg, MD F47 41:23.94 201.Bentley, Lori Manchester, MD F43 41:24.38 202.Weber, Judy Columbia, MD F67 42:13.97 203.Marable, Janice Owings Mills, MD F33 42:15.51 204.Frazier, Steward Ellicott City, MD M74 44:10.94 205.Ives, Charles Baltimore, MD M58 44:44.01 206.Daly, Michael Crofton, MD M14 45:34.05 207.Neault, Leo Columbia, MD M77 46:42.59 208.Guy, Jeff Columbia, MD M27 47:54.10 209.Guy, Ron Ellicott City, MD M58 47:54.78 210.Kunze, Savannah Beltsville, MD F8 52:47.17 211.Kunze, Victor Silver Spring, MD M41 54:11.64 212.Stubleski, Kassie Columbia, MD F34 54:12.89 213.Moeglein, Vivian Odenton, MD F30 54:40.20 214.Morton, Desiree Elkridge, MD F34 55:41.09 215.Warren, Danielle Columbia, MD F34 55:42.31 216.Barretta, Connie Columbia, MD F59 55:43.31