Club Saturday Workouts

 


11/14/20 – 11/20/20 – Farwell – 3.54M

 1  Joseph Aubuchon      22:47*
 1  Roberto Palos        22:47
3  Dwayne Spencer       23:26
 4  Kristina Park        23:54
 5  Norry McAllister     24:01
 6  Matt Kriege          24:04
 7  Missy Sudan          24:05*
 8  Heather Rohrer       24:25* 
 9  George Lo            24:45
10  Slim Pickens         24:53*
11  Aaron Lee            25:07
12  Bob Kemp             25:46*
13  Becki Kriege         26:18*
14  Tim Souza            26:21*
15  Radha Nambula        26:22
16  Mark Goldman         27:44*
17  Mike Krey            27:48
18  Ranjeet Sudan        28:12
19  Scott Bang           28:32
20  Dave McIntyre        29:09
21  Katherine Frye       29:16
22  Danny Moon           31:50
23  Nancy Kirk           37:14
24  Jeff Justice         37:15
25  Willie Liu           38:15
26  Dave Norlander       40:14
27  Bob Lord             40:29
28  Kat Powell           42:08
29  Don Packwood         42:13
30  Chris Blue           45:15
31  Alvin Jackson        49:12*
32  Walt Van Zant        67:08 RW

* Best Farwell time of the year and ran the course previously this year.

Joseph and Roberto tied for the fastest time on Saturday. Kristina Park broke the women’s 50+ record that was held by Becki Kriege by 2 seconds. Missy Sudan  recorded the 3rd best-ever 50+ time, just 9 seconds behind Becki’s best 50+ time.  All 3 of these ladies ran in the race on Saturday.  Heather Rohrer ran her fastest time on this course since she PRd 8 years ago.  Tim Souza broke his 60+ PR by 159 seconds.  Mark Goldman used his magic new shoes to improve his 70+ PR by 44 seconds and also moved into #7 on the all-time 70+ list.  Slim Pickens continued his recent fast running to improve  his 60+ PR by 54 seconds. Bob Kemp knocked 48 seconds off his 65+ PR.  Danny Moon at age 73 ran this course for the first time as a 70+ runner.  Chris Blue fell during the run, badly bruising the right side of her face.  But, she still struggled to the finish.


11/7/20 – 11/13/20 – 3K on the Track

Pl Runner                  3K        2 Mile Equiv
 1 Jorn Jensen             10:35     11:25
 2 Joseph Aubuchon         10:57     11:49
 3 Ray Rodrigues           11:03     11:56
 4 Gary Waggoner           11:14     12:07
 5 Roberto Palos           11:22     12:16
 6 Scott Bang              11:23     12:17
 6 Chad Stessman           11:23     12:17
 8 Matt Kriege             11:35     12:30
 9 Dwayne Spencer          11:37     12:32
10 Norry McAllister        11:40     12:36
11 Kristina Park           12:00     12:57
12 Missy Sudan             12:06     13:04
13 Aaron Lee               12:18     13:17
14 Heather Rohrer          12:22     13:21
15 Nancy Eubanks           12:22     13:21
16 Slim Pickens            12:28     13:27
17 Ken Camet               12:41     13:41
18 Radha Nambula           12:54     13:55
19 Bob Kemp                12:56     13:58
20 Robert Navarrete        13:26     14:30
21 Brian Conroy            13:30     14:34
22 Nhuy Stessman           13:34     14:39
23 Mike Krey               13:54     15:01      
24 Ranjeet  Sudan          14:04     15:11
25 Dalila Rodriguez        14:13     15:21
26 Mark Goldman            14:16     15:24
27 Dave McIntyre           14:31     15:40
28 Mike Krey               14:41     15:51 
29 Norm Takeuchi           14:50     16:01 
30 Danny Moon              14:56     16:07 
31 Willie Liu              14:59     16:10
32 Jeff Justice            15:35     16:49
33 Jim Bordoni             16:09 RW  17:26
34 Neil Gelblum            16:19     17:37
35 Kat Powell              16:42     18:02
36 Don Packwood            20:06     21:42
37 Dave Norlander          20:19 PW  21:56
38 Alvin Jackson           24:27     26:24
39 Walt Van Zant           32:24     34:59

 Jorn led the way with his 10:35 time.  Three runners ran the equivalent of a sub-12 minute 2mile.  8 more runners ran the equivalent of a sub-13 minutes.  And 8 more ran the equivalent of sub-14minutes. We tied our record for the year for most competitors in a weekly event with 39 runners this week.


10/31/20 – 11/6/20 – Farwell/H – 4.68M

 1 Gary Waggoner           29:42
 2 Roberto Palos           30:38
 3 Joseph Aubuchon         30:55
 4 Kristina Park           32:04
 5 Missy Sudan             32:09
 6 Ken Camet               32:49
 7 Slim Pickens            33:39
 8 Bob Kemp                34:30
 9 Tim Souza               34:53
10 Robert Navarrete        35:02
11 Norry McAllister        35:03
12 Radha Nambula           36:32 PR
13 Mike Krey               37:03
14 Trent McLane            38:38 PR
15 Mark Goldman            38:45
16 Ranjeet Sudan           39:16
17 Dave McIntyre           39:32
18 Danny Moon              43:26
19 Jeff Justice            46:33
20 Dave Norlander          52:31
21 Willie Liu              53:15
22 Kat Powell              53:45
23 Chris Blue              59:08
24 Don Packwood            60:46
25 Bob Lord                61:29

Two 55+ runners – Gary and Roberto led the parade this week.   Kristina and Missy both ran their best 50+ times to move into #2 and #4 on the all-time women’s 50+ list.  Sue Francis is sandwiched in between them at #3.  Beck Kriege’s all-time 50+ time of 32:13 is #5.  So, 9 seconds separates the #2 through #5 runners.  Slim Pickens improved his 60+ PR by 66 seconds.  Time Souza improved his 60+ best by 205 seconds.  Bob Kemp improved his 65+ best by 9 seconds.  Don Packwood became the 6th club 80+ runner to complete this course.  Trent McLane ran an all-time PR by 24 seconds and Radha Nambula set an all-time PR by 65 seconds.


10/24/20 – 10/30/20 – 5K on the Track

 1   Jorn Jensen       18:13
 2   Ray Rodriguez     18:55
 3   Gary Waggoner     19:25 *
 4   Chad Sressman     19:43
 5   Scott Bang        19:52
 5   Joseph Aubuchon   19:52 *     
 7   Dwayne Spencer    20:00
 8   George Lo         20:07 *
 9   Norry McAllister  20:19 *
10   Kristina Park     20:33
11   Missy Sudan       20:47 *
11   Nancy Eubanks     20:47
13   Heather Rohrer    21:09
14   Aaron Lee         21:14
15   Slim Pickens      21:21 *
16   Ken Camet         21:35
17   Bob Kemp          22:26
18   Tim Souza         22:30
19   Robert Navarrete  22:46
20   Mike Krey         22:52
21   Nhuy Stessman     23:08
22   Radha Nambula     23:40
22   Ranjeet Sudan     23:40
24   Norm Takeuchi     24:18
25   Mark Goldman      24:39
26   Dave McIntyre     24:45
27   Dalila Rodriguez  24:54
28   Danny Moon        26:10
29   Neil Gelblum      27:38
30   Jim Bordoni       28:24 RW
31   Jeff Justice      28:44
32   Neeraja Nambula   29:10
33   Willie Liu        30:01
34   Bob Lord          31:55
35   Dave Norlander    34:03 Pw
36   Kat Powell        34:06
37   Don Packwood      34:53
38   Alvin Jackson     43:14
39   Walt Van Zant     58:02

* Ran our 1st 5K on the track and was faster this time.

We had our largest turnout of the year for this event.  Jorn led the pack by about 200 meters.  We ran on a variety of tracks.  West Valley track was our most popular site as that is our normal Saturday site. Five runners ran on a track in the Central valley with Ray Rodriguez leading the way for that group.  Two ran on the Mt. View high school track.  And, Norm Takeuchi ran on the Clovis West high school track. Excellent 5K walking time by Jim Bordoni.


10/17/20 – 10/23/20 – Dou/Sar/Frtvle – 2.75M

 1 Gary Waggoner          17:05
 2 Dwayne Spencer         17:15
 3 Norry McAllister       17:57
 4 Missy Sudan            18:13
 5 Heather Rohrer         18:17
 6 Kristina Park          18:27
 6 George Lo              18:27
 8 Joseph Aubuchon        18:29
 9 Aaron Lee              19:06
10 Slim Pickens           19:09
11 Tim Souza              20:06
12 Radha Nambula          21:05
13 Dave McIntyre          21:24
14 Brian Conroy           21:28
15 Mike Krey              21:55
16 Robert Navarrete       21:56
17 Mark Goldman           21:58
18 Ranjeet Sudan          22:06
19 Danny Moon             24:10
20 Jeff Justice           26:08
21 Neeraja Nambula        27:20
22 Willie Liu             27:51
23 Kat Powell             29:37
23 Dave Norlander         29:37
25 Don Packwood           32:35
26 Alvin Jackson          38:55
27 Walt Van Zant          50:10

There were a lot of good performances by the 27 runners who competed during the past week.  Gary led the way with his first win in two months.  He missed his 55+ PR by just 7 seconds.  Wayne Spencer broke his 55+ PR by 22 seconds.  Missy Sudan recorded the 2nd best-ever time by a 55+ woman runner.  Kristina Park ran this course for the first time as a 50+ runner, recording the 4th best-ever by a 50+ club woman runner. Bob Pickens improved his 60+ best by 33 seconds.  Tim Souza had a 70-second PR in the 60+ division.  Ranjeet Sudan ran with us for the first time in about 10 years.  Danny Moon, who has been gradually improving on his shorter runs, set his 70+ PR by 28 seconds.  Poor Kat Powell.  I mis-identified her last week as being nearly 80.  She is in fact a youthful 69 and will begin to compete with Chris Blue in the 70+ division in December.  Don Packwood set his 80+ PR by 4 minutes. 


10/10/20 – 10/16/20 – One Mile on the Track

 1 Jorn Jensen      5:23
2 Joseph Aubuchon 5:35
3 Scott Bang 5:41
4 Ray Rodriguez 5:44
5 Norry McAllister 5:48
6 Slim Pickens 5:56
7 Dwayne Spencer 5:57
8 Heather Rohrer 6:01
9 Missy Sudan 6:04
9 George Lo 6:04
11 Aaron Lee 6:10
12 Radha Nambula 6:26
13 Brian Conroy 6:39
14 Tim Souza 6:54
15 Dave McIntyre 7:15
15 Mike Krey 7:15
17 Danny Moon 7:24
18 Trent McLane 7:43
19 Norm Takeuchi 7:46
20 Dalila Rodriguez 7:47
21 Mark Goldman 7:49
22 Jeff Justice 8:14
23 Neil Gelblum 8:18
24 Willie Liu 8:49
25 Kat Powell 9:18
26 Bob Lord 9:22
27 Don Packwood 9:26
28 Dave Norlander 9:29
29 Alvin Jackson 10:23
30 Walt Van Zant 16:39

We had many good performances this week. Too many to mention them all.  7 runners broke 6 minutes and one missed it by one second.  20 out of the 23 runners who ran the mile this week and a couple of weeks ago ran faster than a couple of weeks ago.  80+ runners Don Packwood and Dave Norlander easily broke 10 minutes.  Kat Powell, who will turn 80  in December got near 9 flat.  She is also beating most of the men in our football pool.  We may have to throw her out of the pool and also get rid of Kelly Emo, who is leading the pool.  Alvin Jackson had a terrific run.  This following week we will be running the 2.75M Douglas course.  I can’t overlook Norry’s performance.  Norry is 60+ as is Slim Pickens. Early in the week he ran 6:22 and coughed for about a half hour after the race due to the low humidity.  Then, he came back a couple of days later to run a spectacular 5:48.  Nice going Norry.


10/3/20 – 10/9/20 – 800M on the Track

 1 Mike Bordoni     2:25
 2 Joseph Aubuchon  2:27
 3 Norry McAllister 2:39
 4 Radha Nambula    2:42 PR by 16 sec
 5 Slim Pickens     2:42
 6 Dwayne Spencer   2:44
 7 Ray Rodriguez    2:45
 8 Sudan,Missy      2:46
 9 Aaron Lee        2:49
10 Ken Camet        2:53
11 Heather Rohrer   2:56
12 Brian Conroy     3:05
13 Jeff Rohrer      3:14
14 Danny Moon       3:18
15 Dave McIntyre    3:30
16 Mike Krey        3:34
17 Norm Takeuchi    3:36
18 Mark Goldman     3:36
19 Dalila Rodriguez 3:41
20 Jim Bordoni      3:43 RW
21 Jeff Justice     4:01
22 Neil Gelblum     4:07
23 Willie Liu       4:09
24 Alvin Jackson    4:13
25 Kat Powell       4:32
26 Dave Norlander   4:37
27 Nancy Kirk       4:50
28 Walt Van Zant    7:40

We just completed our first and last week of running 800s and several runners remarked that they enjoyed running the event.  Joseph led the way with a 2:27.  Radha was overjoyed to PR by 16 seconds with his 2:42, Norry McAllister ran 2:39 at age 63, 67-year-old Jim Bordoni power walked a 3:43 800M.  He ran the 800M for Stanford when he was much younger.  The runs were done on a variety of tracks – West Valley College, Mt. View HS, a track in Los Banos, and Norm Takeuchi ran on the Clovis West HS track in Fresno.  And, Dino Delyani would have run it in Seattle if his injured knee had moderately recovered.  It is coming around but not enough to run hard on.  This coming week, we will be running a track mile.  Remember.  most tracks are now 400M.  So, you must start 9M behind the starting line and run a total of 1609M.  Danny Moon has marked the West Valley track so that if you want to know what your exact 402.5M splits are, you can do so.  I think that most of us just look at our splits at 409M, 809M, 1209M and 1609M.


9/26/20-10/2/20 – Triangle Run – 4.76M

 1  Jorn Jensen           30:07
 1  Gary Waggoner         30:07
 3  Joseph Aubuchon       30:34
 4  Dwayne Spencer        31:24
 5  Heather Rohrer        33:40
 6  Slim Pickens          37:28
 7  Jeff Rohrer           37:38
 8  Norry McAllister      38:56
 8  Mark Goldman          38:56
10  Dave McIntyre         40:53
11  Trent McLane          45:16
12  Jeff Justice          45:57
13  Willie Liu            52:29
14  Dave Norlander        56:10
15  Kat Powell            56:53
16  Don Packwood          62:34
17  Alvin Jackson         74:55

Jorn and Gary started the week by running together for the fastest time of the week.  Gary’s time was his 55+ best by 9 seconds.  Dwayne ran his all-time PR by 22 seconds.  Jeff Rohrer knocked 34 seconds off his 60+ best.  Jeff Justice missed his all-time PR by 14 seconds.  We will be running 800s this week for the first time.  Let’s hope that we do not get too many smoky days this week.  Right now (Friday evening), the AQI is 166.


9/19/20 – 9/25/20 – One Mile on the Track

 1  Joseph Aubuchon       5:37
 2  Slim Pickens          5:58
 3  Scott Bang            6:00
 4  Dwayne Spencer        6:07
 5  Missy Sudan           6:10
 6  Ken Camet             6:17
 7  Heather Rohrer        6:20
 8  Aaron Lee             6:21
 9  Norry McAllister      6:22
10  Tom O’Connor          6:38
11  Radha Nambula         6:47 PR
12  Jeff Rohrer           6:52
13  Brian Conroy          6:52
14  Mike Krey             7:03
15  Dave McIntyre         7:21
16  Norm Takeuchi         7:32
17  Mark Goldman          7:39
18  Danny Moon            7:47
19  Jim Bordoni           8:06
20  Neil Gelblum          8:10
21  Jeff Justice          8:22
22  Neeraja Nambula       8:48
23  Willie Liu            9:08
24  Kat Powell            9:31
25  Dave Norlander        9:45
26  Bob Shepherd          10:18
27  Don Packwood          11:06
28  Alvin Jackson         11:44
29  Walt Van Zant         16:29

Joseph Aubuchon and Slim Pickens, who both ran for Wilcox high school during their ancient high school days, had the two best times of the week.  Jim Bordoni walked very well but was hoping to break the 8-minute barrier.  Let’s hope that he makes it on his next try.  But, it will be a very difficult goal for a 60+ runner to reach.


9/12/20 – 9/18/20 -All Courses Week

 1  Missy Sudan           18:19 Dou
 2  Ken Camet             18:37 Dou
 3  Scott Bang            22:57 Farwell
 4  Joseph Aubuchon       23:25 Farwell
 5  Dave McIntyre         23:57 Valle Vista
 6  Tim Souza             38:18 Farwell/H
 7  Kat Powell            41:09 Farwell
 8  Walt Van Zant         49:36 Dou

Missy Sudan had a great performance this week as she bettered her 50+ PR while running the 2nd best-ever women’s 50+ time behind Chris Kennedy.  There were no other all-time or age-group PRs this week as we were plagued by bad air quality most of the week.


9/5/20-9/11/20 – Valle Vista – 3.0M

 1  Dwayne Spencer        20:09
 2  Missy Sudan           20:10
 3  Ken Camet             20:37
 4  Slim Pickens          21:25
 5  Radha Nambula         23:24
 6  Mike Krey             23:31
 7  Neil Gelblum          29:47
 8  Jeff Justice          29:51 
 9  Kat Powell            33:05
10  Willie Liu            33:26
11  Dave Norlander        36:06
12  Walt Van Zant         57:03

Dwayne won top honors this week with a narrow one-second faster time than Missy, who knocked 15 seconds off her 50+ best.  This moved her to #2 on the 50+ list behind Chris Kennedy and only slightly ahead of Sue Francis, Kristina Park, and Jutta McCormick.  Slim Pickens improved his 60+ best by 29 seconds to move into a tie with Brian Conroy on that list.  Mike Krey announced that he had run a PW (he blames it on lack of training while working on his new temporary job).  Dave Norlander had a 33-second PW in the 50+ age category.  Your editor had another PW but am reluctant to take the glory away from my competitors because I frequently run PWs.  This time I think that I accomplished the task before reaching the college entrance.


9/7/20 – 48th Annual Shettler Handicap Race

Pl Runner          Finish  Start  Actual  ating   Difference
 1 Joseph Aubuchon  21:13   2:00   19:13   18:40    + 0:33
 2 Jorn Jensen      17:19   0:00   17:19   16:40    + 0:39
 3 Jeff Rohrer      27:40   4:30   23:10   22:30    + 0:40
 4 Aaron Lee        23:46   2:30   21:16   20:30    + 0:46
 5 Gary Waggoner    19:28   0:30   18:58   18:10    + 0:48
 6 Dwayne Spencer   20:35   1:00   19:35   18:45    + 0:50
 7 Kristina Park    21:30   1:30   20:00   19:00    + 1:00
 8 Roberto Palos    19:31   0:30   19:01   18:00    + 1:01
 9 Heather Rohrer   22:41   2:00   20:41   19:30    + 1:11
10 Robert Navarrete 25:44   3:30   22:14   21:00    + 1:14
11 George Lo        20:40   1:00   19:40   18:20    + 1:20
12 Neil Gelblum     33:54   6:00   27:54   26:30    + 1:24
13 Carol Bednar     30:08   5:30   24:38   23:00    + 1:38
14 Dave McIntyre    28:13   4:00   24:13   22:30    + 1:43
15 Norm Takeuchi    28:52   4:30   24:22   22:30    + 1:52
16 Willie Liu       38:07   7:00   31:07   29:10    + 1:57
17 Radha Nambula    26:04   3:00   23:04   21:00    + 2:04
18 Ray Rodriguez    19:14   0:00   19:14   16:50    + 2:24
19 Mike Krey        25:36   2:30   23:06   20:30    + 2:36
20 Neeraja Nambula  36:45   6:30   30:15   27:30    + 2:45
21 Dalila Rodriguez 28:26   3:30   24:56   22:10    + 2:46
22 Kelly Emo        31:54   5:30   26:24   23:30    + 2:54
23 Brian Conroy     26:56   3:00   23:56   21:00    + 2:56
24 Kat Powell       39:54   7:30   32:24   27:15    + 5:09
25 Don Packwood     36:59   0      36:59   29:00    + 7:59
26 Jeff Bedolla     43:40   4:00   39:40   22:30    +17:10
   Hank Lawson      DNF     Strained groin muscle

Winner of the race based upon best time in comparison to their ratings by the handicap committee, is Joseph Aubuchon.
Fastest actual time male winner = Jorn Jensen at 17:19
Fastest actual time female winner  = Kristina Park at 19:00

In general, the handicap committee of Missy Sudan, Ken Camet, and Becki Kriege did a good job of bunching the runners with their ratings but missed badly on predicting their finish times.  Possibly, the course is more difficult than we thought.  Hopefully, next year we will be at the Collins residence, as we were for the prior 20 years.  Thanks to  our Committee members and our many volunteers.  It appears that everything went well today – especially the fact that nobody got lost or run over by an auto.  I always worry about the Fruitvale crossing near Allendale.


8/29/20-9/4/20 – Short Six – 5.74M

 1  Roberto Palos         39:10
 2  Scott Bang            39:40
 3  Missy Sudan           40:54
 4  Heather Rohrer        40:54
 5  Geoff Bradley         41:56
 6  Norry McAllister      42:22
 7  Robert Pickens        43:09
 8  Jeff Rohrer           46:27
 9  Tim Souza             48:55
10  Radha Nambula         49:48
11  Trent McLane          50:37
12  Dave McIntyre         52:20
13  Jeff Justice          57:39
14  Neil Gelblum          59:06
15  Willie Liu            63:52
16  Kat Powell            67:43
17  Walt Van Zant         108:55

Roberto led us for the first time since we last ran the Short Six course in mid July with a 55+ PR.  Jeff Justice set an all-time PR by 18 seconds.


8/22/20-8/28/20 – Farwell – 3.54M

 1  Gary Waggoner         22:29
 2  Missy Sudan           24:18
 3  Geoff Bradley         24:25
 4  Ken Camet             24:26
 5  Heather Rohrer        24:39
 6  Slim Pickens          25:47
 7  Dave McIntyre         28:24
 8  Tim Souza             29:00
 9  Radha Nambula         29:40 
10  Trent McLane          30:04
11  Al Murray             31:58
12  Neil Gelblum          33:25
13  Willie Liu            37:46
14  Kat Powell            42:27
15  Walt Van Zant         59:51

Gary won for the first time since July 4th and Missy improved her 50+ best by 8 seconds.  Tomorrow, we will run the popular Short Six.  Fortunately, it is predicted that the air quality will be moderate.


8/15/20-8/21/20 – Farwell/H/Frtvle – 4.68M

 1  Jorn Jensen           27:45
 2  Dwayne Spencer        30:47 
 3  Norry McAllister      30:58
 4  Kristina Park         32:23
 5  Geoff Bradley         33:11
 6  Ken Camet             33:35
 7  Bob Kemp              34:39
 8  Slim Pickens          34:45
 9  Mike Krey             36:50
10  Mark Goldman          39:02
11  Dave McIntyre         39:25
12  Neil Gelblum          45:17
13  Willie Liu            52:17
14  Dave Norlander        52:29
15  Kat Powell            53:58

There was a low turnout of runners this week,  probably because of the smokey weather.  Jorn won for the 4th time in a row.  Now he is on his way to a vacation, giving others a chance to win.  His time put him #7 on the 50+ list.  Dave Norlander had another spectacular week, improving his 80+ PR by 2minutes and moving to #3 on the 80+ list.  Bob Kemp improved his 65+ best by 1 minute to move to #15 on the 65+ list.  Kristina ran the course for the first time as a 50+ runner.  She is now #4 on the 50+ list, 10 seconds behind Becki Kriege and 3 seconds ahead of Missy Sudan.


8/8/20-8/14/20 – Dou/Sar/Frtvle – 2.75M

 1  Jorn Jensen           15:44
 2  Roberto Palos         17:26
 3  Norry McAllister      17:32
 4  Geoff Bradley         17:35
 5  Dwayne Spencer        17:46
 6  Ken Camet             17:40
 7  Slim Pickens          19:42
 8  Mike Krey             20:54
 9  Mark Goldman          21:17
10  Dave McIntyre         21:27
11  Souza,Tim             22:02
12  Danny Moon            24:38
13  Jeff Justice          25:08
14  Al Murray             25:10
15  KimChi Nguyen         25:15
16  Neil Gelblum          26:10
17  Dave Norlander        29:34
18  Willie Liu            30:37
19  Powell,Kat            31:24
20  Don Packwood          36:29
21  Alvin Jackson         39:10
22  Walt Van Zant         48:17

Jorn was our leader for the 3rd time in his last three tries. His time tied him for 7th place with Ken Napier on the all-time 50+ list. Danny Moon, Mark Goldman, and Jeff Justice improved their 70+ bests by 6 minutes, 3 minutes, and 3 minutes.  Mark’s time put him #6 on the 70+ list.  Norry missed his 60+ best by a mere 2 seconds.


8/1/20 – 8/7/20 – Triangle Run – 4.76M

    1 Jorn  Jensen            27:57
    2 Gary  Waggoner          30:16
    3 Scott  Bang             31:25
    4 Norry  McAllister       31:51
    5 Missy Sudan             32:49
    6 Heather  Rohrer         33:04
    7 Paul  Taylor            34:03
    8 Geoff  Bradley          34:46
    9 Bob  Kemp               35:02
   10 Robert  Navarrete       35:23
   11 Slim  Pickens           35:36
   12 Becki  Kriege           37:13
   13 Mark  Goldman           37:55
   14 Jeff  Rohrer            38:16
   15 Dave  McIntyre          39:07
   16 Tim  Souza              41:42
   17 Al  Murray              42:58
   18 Neil  Gelblum           45:24
   19 Jeff  Justice           45:43
   20 Neeraja  Nambula        46:30
   21  Norlander,Dave         52:53
   22 Kat  Powell             55:13
   23  Liu,Willie             56:05
   24 Alvin  Jackson          70:17

Jorn led all runners by a significant margin as he recorded the 7th best-ever time by a 50+ runner on the Triangle course.  Jeff Justice, who has been running this course since June of 2017, improved his all-time PR by 3 minutes.  Mark Goldman improved his 70+ PR by 88 seconds but remained at #7 on the star-studded 70+ list. Missy Sudan also ran a significant age-group PR (50+ list) of 40 seconds to remain at #2 on that list.  Becki Kriege ran the #10 women’s 50+ best time.  Gary Waggoner had an 11-second 55+ PR to move to #13 on that list.  Dave Norlander was overjoyed to record his best time on this course in 3 years.  It was a one minute PR and put him #4 on the 80+ list.


7/25/20 – 7/31/20 – All Courses Week

Douglas – 2.75M
   Willie  Liu            30:37
   Walt Van Zant          47:04
Valle Vista
   Al Murray              29:49
   KimChi Nguyen          29:49
   Alvin Jackson          42:54 
Farwell
   Robert Navarrete       26:07
   Becki Kriege           27:31
   Todd Hayes             29:49
   Tim Souza              30:48
   Dave Norlander         39:44
   Kat Powell             41:01
Farwell/H
   Jeff Rohrer            37:13
   Mark Goldman           37:21  48 sec 70+ best & #4 on the list
   Norry McAllister       37:21
Triangle
   Roberto Palos          31:37
   Dwayne Spencer         31:46PR   
   Neil Gelblum           47:44
Short Six
   Paul Taylor            43:02
   Slim Pickens           43:28
   Mike Krey              46:05

Based upon the Cum Sat 10K equivalents table, Roberto Palos had the best performance this morning with a 42:15 10K equivalent time on the Triangle course.  Dwayne Spencer  was the only one to run an all-time PR with an 11-second improvement on his Triangle PR.  Alvin  Jackson recovered from his off day of last week with a 6+ minute improvement on the last time that he ran the Valle Vista course. Mark Goldman was very pleased with his 57 second improvement on his 70+  best that put him #4  on the 70+ list.  Alas, he lost 8 seconds in his battle with Jeff Rohrer for the  Division D win in the Cum Sat contest as Jeff improved his 60+ best by 57 seconds.  Now, get ready to run the Triangle course this week.


7/18/20 – 7/24/20 – Valle Vista – 3.0

 1 Jorn Jensen              17:06
 2 Scott Bang               18:36
 3 Gary Waggoner            18:40
 4 Norry McAllister         20:05
 5 Kristina Park            20:21
 6 Missy Sudan              20:25
 7 Heather Rohrer           20:45PR
 8 Ken Camet                20:49
 9 Roberto Palos            21:28
10 Paul Taylor              21:43
11 Slim Pickens             21:54
12 Robert Navarrete         22:07
13 Mike Krey                22:33
14 Bob Kemp                 22:36
15 John Huang               23:17
16 Jeff Rohrer              23:19
17 Dave (Slim #2) McIntyre  23:30
18 Brian Conroy             23:47
19 Mark Goldman             23:58
20 Todd Hayes               26:23
21 Tim Souza                26:43
22 Danny Moon               27:43
23 Jeff Justice             28:11
24 Neeraja Nambula          28:23PR
25 Krystal Carter           28:45PR
26 Neil Gelblum             29:32
27 Dave Norlander           32:26
28 Willie Liu               35:19
29 Kat Powell               35:44
30 Don Packwood             39:59
31 Alvin Jackson            49:17
32 Walt Van Zant            52:11

Jorn ran to an easy win on Saturday morning, recording the 5th best-ever 50+ time for this course.  Krystal Carter improved her all-time PR (this was her 2nd run on the course) by 5 minutes.  Neeraja improved her PR by 7 seconds.  And, Heather Rohrer improved her all-time PR by 3 seconds.  She has been running this course for about 10 years. Kristina Park and Missy Sudan ran the #3 and #4 women’s 50+ bests for this course.  John Huang improved his 65+ best by 4 minutes, Mike Krey improved his 65+ best by 19 seconds, and Bob Kemp’s time put him one place behind Mike on the 65+ list.  Scott Bang had an 8-second improvement on his 50+ best.  Gary Waggoner finished 3rd while posting the 13th best-ever time by a 55+ runner.  Dave Norlander was ecstatic about his 32:26 time as it was a 2-minute PR and put him #2 on the 80+ list. Slim Pickens ran well in his first race as a 60+ runner (he turned 60 during the past week).  Mark Goldman tied Stan DeMartines for #9 on the men’s 70+ list.  Jeff Rohrer tied his 60+ best.  Danny Moon has only run a Saturday course twice this year and both times he ran the Valle Vista course.  This time he ran 17 seconds faster.  But, he did have his problems.  Due to his fatigue, he had a terrible forward lean at the end and finally fell down about 15 yards after the finish line.  Fortunately, he was not hurt too badly, being able to run with us on the next Thursday workout.  Tim Souza ran for the first time in many months and posted a respectable 26:43 (He has an all-time PR of 15:55).  Alvin Jackson, who has had a very good season prior to this Saturday, had a bummer today.  Hopefully, he’ll make a comeback this following Saturday.  Roberto Palos, one of the club’s best runners, got lost.  He had only run this course once before (in 2013) and wandered around Valle Vista and other streets before finishing.  Dino Delyani made his last appearance with us as he left for his new home in Seattle 2 days later.  We had a nice sendoff breakfast with him.


7/11/20 – 7/17/20 – Short Six – 5.74M

    1 Roberto  Palos         39:28
    2 George  Lo             39:39
    3 Norry  McAllister      39:57
    4 Robert  Navarrete      44:06
    5 Mark  Goldman          47:05 #5 on 70+ list
    6 Robert  Pickens        52:50
    7 Todd  Hayes            53:08 4 min  70+ PR
    8 Dave  McIntyre         54:09
    9 Neeraja Nambula        58:25PR by 80 seconds
   10 Jeff  Justice          59:00
   11 Neil  Gelblum          63:07
   12 Dave  Norlander        69:05
   13 Willie  Liu            74:10
   14 Kat Powell             78:00
   15 Walt Van Zant        109:29

Roberto got his 3rd Saturday run win of the year.  Mark Goldman ran the 5th best-ever time by a 70+ runner on this course.  Todd Hayes improved his 70+ PR by 4 minutes.  And, Neeraja improved her all-time PR by 80 seconds.


7/3/20 – 7/9/20 – Farwell – 3.54M  

    1   Gary Waggoner       22:28
    2   Scott Bang          22:38
    3   Wayne Spencer       23:26
    4   Geoff Bradley       23:28
    5   Norry McAllister    23:49
    6   Paul Taylor         25:10
    7   Robert Navarrete    25:50
    8   Bob Kemp            26:34
    9   Mike  Krey          26:38
   10   Mark  Goldman       28:28
   11   Slim  Pickens       28:51
   12   Dave  McIntyre      28:58
   13   Hank  Lawson        29:51 
   14   George  Lo          31:09
   15   John  Huang         33:18
   16   Jeff  Justice       33:39
   17   Neeraja  Nambula    34:30
   18   Neil  Gelblum       35:48
   19   Nancy  Kirk         37:24
   20   Willie  Liu         39:53
   21   Dave  Norlander     40:12
   22   Kat  Powell         42:17
   23   Alvin  Jackson      53:23
   24   Walt Van  Zant      60:29    

Gary got his first Saturday win since February.  Jeff Justice edged his all-time PR by 2 seconds.  Mark Goldman moved to #10 on the 70+ list.  Geoff Bradley took 50 seconds off his 50+ best.  Mike Krey improved his 65+ best by 57 seconds.


6/27/20 – 7/3/20 – Farwell/H – 4.68M

 1  Roberto Palos         31:24
 2  Geoff Bradley         31:25
 3  Norry McAllister      32:29
 4  Missy Sudan           32:38
 5  George Lo             32:52
 6  Heather Rohrer        33:03
 7  Paul Taylor           34:10
 8  Robert Navarrete      35:02
 9  Bob Kemp              35:34
10  Bob Pickens           36:50
11  Jeff Rohrer           38:10
12  Dave McIntyre         39:53
13  Hank Lawson           40:02
14  Jeff Justice          45:12
15  Neeraja Nambula       47:04
16  Neil Gelblum          49:46
17  Willie Liu            53:49
18  Dave Norlander        54:19
19  Kat Powell            59:16
20  Alvin Jackson         71:47
21  Walt Van Zant         81:07

The fastest course time for the week was determined on one of our early runs last Saturday morning as Roberto barely held off a fast closing Geoff Bradley.  But, Geoff at least had the satisfaction of  breaking his 50+ best by 89 seconds.  Bob Kemp ran this course for the first time as a 65+ runner, recording the #17 65+ time.  Slim Pickens improved his 55+ PR by 12 seconds.  Jeff Rohrer broke his 60+ PR by 40 seconds.  Jeff Justice broke his 70+ PR by 1 minute.  And, 80+ runner Dave Norlander was very pleased to Improve his last time on this course by 3+ minutes


6/20/20 – 6/26/20 – Douglas – 2.75M

    1  Scott  Bang           17:02
    2  Gary  Waggoner        17:10
    3  Roberto  Palos        17:24
    4  Geoff  Bradley        17:31
    5  Dwayne  Spencer       17:37
    6  Norry  McAllister     18:01
    7  Heather  Rohrer       18:33
    8  Missy Sudan           18:41
    9  Ken  Camet            18:41
   10  Aaron Lee             18:47
   11  George Lo             19:34
   12  Bob Pickens           19:47
   13  Paul Taylor           20:02
   14  Robert Navarrete      20:09
   15  Jeff Rohrer           21:16
   16  Mark Goldman          21:35
   17  Dave McIntyre         22:25
   18  Becki Kriege          23:26
   19  Hank Lawson           23:27      
   20  Jeff Justice          25:21 PR
   21  Neeraja Nambula       26:10
   22  Krystal Carter        27:00
   23  Neil Gelblum          28:01
   24  Willie Liu            28:44
   25  Dave Norlander        29:22
   26  Kat Powell            33:28
   27  Alvin Jackson         38:55
   28  Walt Van Zant         45:37

Scott Bang won for the 2nd time in the past 3 weeks and was followed by Gary Waggoner. Jeff Justice improved his all-time PR by 30 seconds. Aaron Lee improved his 45+ PR by 44 seconds. Missy Sudan improved her 50+ PR by 20 seconds. Slim Pickens, less than a month shy of his 60th birthday, improved his 55+ PR by3+ minutes. Geoff Bradley improved his 50+ PR by 51 seconds. Mark Goldman ran 20 seconds faster that his las run on this course. Norry improved his seasonal best by 50 seconds.
Dave Norlander was very pleased to run his fastest time on this course in 2½ years.


6/13/20 – 6/19/20 – Triangle Run – 4.76M

    1  George  Lo             31:55
    2  Roberto  Palos         31:57
    3  Geoff  Bradley         32:11
    4  Norry  McAllister      32:22
    5  Ken  Camet             32:48
    6  Paul  Taylor           35:33
    7  Bob  Pickens           37:13
    8  Mike  Krey             37:46
    9  Mark  Goldman          38:02
   10  Hank  Lawson           41:05
   11  Kevin  Breit           41:17
   12  Des  Knuckey           41:36
   13  Dave  McIntyre         41:45
   14  Neeraja  Nambula       47:57
   15  Willie  Liu            49:20
   16  Nancy  Kirk            49:53
   17  Jeff  Justice          50:41
   18  Dave  Norlander        54:06
   19  Kat  Powell            56:32
   20  Alvin  Jackson         69:47
   21  Walt Van Zant          84:16

George Lo missed his all-time PR by 20 seconds but started a new winning streak.  Kevin Breit ran this course for the first time in 8+ years


6/6/20 – 6/12/20 – All Courses

   1   Scott  Bang        17:22 Dou
   2   Ken  Camet         18:28 Dou
   3   Norry McAllister   18:51 Dou
   4   Hank Lawson        24:58 VV
   5   John  Huang        27:30 VV
   6   Nancy  Kirk        28:33 Dou
   7   Willie Liu         29:59 Dou
   8   Des Knuckey        30:09 Farw
   9   Dave Norlander     30:45 Dou
   10  Missy Sudan        33:19 Tri
   11  Heather  Rohrer    33:31 Tri
   12  Neeraja Nambula    35:40  Farw
   13  Brian  Conroy      35:40 Farw
   14  Robert Navarrete   36:16  FH
   15  Bob  Pickens       37:02 FH
   16  Jeff Rohrer        38:12 Tri
   17  Mark Goldman       38:28 Tri
   18  Alvin Jackson      38:48 Dou
   19  Geoff  Bradley     39:03 SS
   20  George  Lo         39:20 SS
   21  Todd  Hayes        41:08 Tri
   22  Paul Taylor        43:15 SS
   23  Jeff Justice       49:34 FH
   24  Dave  McIntyre     51:55 SS
   25  Rick  Kananen      66:32 Tri
   26  Kat Powell         74:37 SS
   27  Walt Van  Zant     87:01 Tri

George Lo ran well but his 5-week winning streak came to an end.  Scott Bang keeps the lead in the A division of the Cum Sat contest.  Geoff Bradley leads Ken Camet by 2 minutes in the B division.  Misst leads Heather by 2 minutes in the C division.  Jeff Rohrer leads Dave McIntyre by 18 minutes in the D division.  Jim (Power Walker) Bordoni leads Neeraja by 4 minutes  in the E division.  We take aim at the Triangle course this coming week.


5/30/20 – 6/5/20 – Valle Vista

   George  Lo               19:44
   Missy Sudan              20:39
   Geoff Bradley            20:53
   Heather  Rohrer          21:13
   Norry  McAllister        21:15
   Ken  Camet               21:20
   Dino  Delyani            21:54
   Mike Krey                22:52
   Slim  Pickens            23:25
   Jeff  Rohrer             23:42
   Mark  Goldman            24:18
   Dave  McIntyre           25:05
   Des  Knuckey             25:25
   Todd Hayes               26:06
   Hank Lawson              26:21
   Neeraja Nambula          28:30PR
   Jeff  Justice            28:47PR
   Willie  Liu              30:57
   Nancy  Kirk              32:48
   Dave  Norlander          35:32
   Kat  Powell              37:18
   Rick  Kananen            41:40
   Alvin  Jackson           44:02
   Walt Van  Zant           52:45

George Lo won for the 5th consecutive week but missed his PR.  Missy was happy with her performance.  Dave Norlander missed setting a PW by one second.  Neeraja’s time was an all-time PR and put her into 2nd place in the E division of the Cum Sat contest behind Jim Bordoni.  Jeff Justice had a 2-second all-time PR.  Mike Krey improved his 65+ best by 12 seconds


5/23/20 – 5/29/20 – Short Six

   George  Lo                38:55
   Scott  Bang               40:37
   Ken  Camet                41:44
   Norry  McAllister         42:00
   Geoff  Bradley            43:25
   Gary Waggoner             43:53
   Dino Delyani              43:53
   Robert  Navarrete         44:46
   Bob  Pickens              47:46
   Jeff  Rohrer              47:48
   Mark  Goldman             48:09
   Des  Knuckey              52:45
   Todd  Hayes               57:12
   Wiley  Liu                62:37
   Nancy  Kirk               64:30
   Paul  Taylor              64:37
   Jeff  Justice             64:40
   Dave  McIntyre            66:??
   Kat  Powell               70:06
   Rick Kananen              85:45
   Alvin Jackson             94:44

Wow! What a crowd for a difficult course and 14 of the 21 who ran the course this week ran it on the same day. Neeraja Nambula, Don Packwood, and Heather Rohrer ran other courses this week.  In fact, Heather ran several courses.  George Lo won his 4th consecutive Saturday run but missed his PR due to the hot weather. Scott Bang recorded and typed most of the results shown above.  Thanks. Scott.


5/16/20 – 5/27/20 – Farwell – 3.54M

  George  Lo                 23:16 PR
  Scott  Bang                24:26
  Mussy Sudan                24:53
  Norry  McAllister          25:24
  Heather  Rohrer            25:28
  Dino Delyaani              26:02
  Slim  Pickens              27:22
  Geoff Bradley              27:29
  Mike  Krey                 27:35
  Mark  Goldman              28:40
  Dave McIntyre              31:05
  Jeff  Justice              34:04
  Nancy  Kirk                37:15
  Wiley  Liu                 37:30
  Kat  Powell                39:25
  John  Huang                42:54
  Dave  Norlander            46:08 PW
  Rick  Kananen              54:37
  Alvin  Jackson             55:12
  Walt Van  Zant             64:00 PW

George ran another PR and the weather was as hot on Saturday as George’s running has been lately. Mark made it into the top 10 on the 70+ list. Dave Norlander had only run 7½ miles this month prior to his Farwell run. This contributed to his PW today. John Huang strayed off course by 0.6M. His IT band hurt so much that he had to walk the last part of the course.

Tomorrow, we start running the popular Short Six course. In order to get the full benefit from running this course, all should consider running this course on Tuesday or Wednesday at 2PM, when the temperature is expected to reach the mid 90s. Run the uphills hard. Kaiser may be the closest hospital in case of a collapse by anyone.


5/9/20 – 5/15/20 – Farwell/H – 4.68M

   George  Lo                  30:56 PR
   Scott  Bang                 31:31
   Ken  Camet                  32:16
   Missy Sudan                 32:26
   Heather  Rohrer             32:40
   Geoff  Bradley              33:03
   Aaron  Lee                  34:26
   John  Huang                 36:00
   Dino  Delyani               37:10
   Mark  Goldman               38:09
   Norry  McAllister           40:24
   Kat  Powell                 47:05
   Neeraja  Nambula            47:08
   Liu,Willie                  48:39
   Nancy  Kirk                 49:13
   Alvin  Jackson              72:38
   Rick Kananen                76:20 RW
   Walt Van  Zant              83:51

Another PR for George. Dino jogged most of the course due to a quad injury. Norry fell down, stopping for awhile to recover. He thinks that he did not hurt himself sufficiently to stop running in future days.  Willie noted that he ran 80 miles during the last 11 days. He is in the midst of competing in the Virtual race across Tennessee. He has from 5/1/20 through 8/31/20 to see how fast that he can run 632 miles (1,000K).


5/2/20 – 5/8/20 – Douglas – 2.75M

   George Lo                  17:41 PR
   Scott Bang                 17:42
   Ken Camet                  18:58
   Missy Sudan                19:00
   Geoff Bradley              19:08
   Heather Rohrer             19:09
   Aaron Lee                  19:31
   Dino Delyani               19:49
   Mike Krey                  20:58 PW
   Mark Goldman               21:55
   Dave  McIntyre             23:57
   Jeff Justice               25:58 PR
   Neeraja Nambula            26:58
   Willey Liu                 27:23            
   Kat Powell                 32:38
   Rick Kananen               47:20 RW
   Walt Van Zant              49:46 PW

51-year-old George Lo ran an all-time best by 3 seconds and he has been running with us for a long time.  71-year-old Jeff Justice ran his all-time PR by 21 seconds. Mark Goldman ran what would have been the #9 best 70+ time by anyone on this course.  Mr. Consistency, Dino, had a rare bummer.  He probably needs other runners in the race to get the best out of himself.


4/26/20 –  4/30/20 – Triangle – 4.76M

   Scott  Bang                 30:56
   Geoff Bradley               35:29
   Ken  Camet                  33:26
   Dave  McIntyre              42:40
   Jim  Bordoni                46:34 RW
   Willie  Liu                 49:38
   Nancy Kirk                  50:48
   Kat  Powell                 51:07
   Walt Van  Zant              88:25

Jim Bordoni bettered his all-time RW PR by 2+ minutes


3/14/20 – Valle Vista – 3.0M

    1   Jorn  Jensen           17:18
    2   Jon  Slater            19:12  PR
    3   Scott  Bang            19:14
    4   Geoff  Bradley         19:34
    5   George  Lo             19:36
    6   Norry  McAllister      19:40
    7   Kristina  Park         20:08
    8   Dino  Delyani          20:16
    9   Dwayne  Spencer        20:44
   10   Ken  Camet             21:08
   11   Heather  Rohrer        21:39
   12   Robert  Navarrete      22:05
   13   Slim  Pickens          22:06
   14   Paul  Taylor           22:21
   15   Jeff  Rohrer           23:38
   16   Trent  McLane          24:12 PR
   17   Scott  Graham          24:53
   18   Anail  Jeanjaquet      25:33
   19   Mark  Goldman          25:51
   20   Kelly  Emo             26:07
   21   Jeff Justice           27:56 PR
   22   Danny  Moon            28:00
   23   Neil  Gelblum          28:11
   24   Kat  Powell            29:03
   25   Jim  Bordoni           29:31 RW
   26   Katherine Schwertley   31:13
   27   Nancy  Kirk            31:39
   28   Bob  Lord              32:50
   29   Don  Packwood          33:55
   30   Dave  Norlander        34:17
   31   Walt Van  Zant         56:30 PW

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Slim Pickens

Jorn won by a wide margin this morning, recording the 5th best-ever 50+ time on this course, 3 seconds and 4 seconds better than the 50+ bests of Ken Napier and Jim Bordoni.  And, there were many other good performances.  Kristina Park led the ladies.  Jon Slater PRd by 100 seconds.  Geoff Bradley knocked 98 seconds off his 50+ best.  Slim Pickens, who ran this course in 15:51 in his early 40s, will turn 60 in July and appears to be on the comeback trail.  This morning he improved his 55+ best by 3+ minutes.  Trent McLane  bettered his all-time PR by 4 minutes.  Jeff Justice PRd by 53 seconds.  Danny Moon improved his 70+ best by 58 seconds.  Bob Lord tied his 80+ PR.  Thanks to Brian Conroy and Willie Liu for helping at the finish line.  This was probably our last Saturday run for awhile.  Santa Clara County has banned group running for at least 3 weeks and the ban may last a lot longer.


3/7/20 – 18 x 0.33M Tennis Court Loop Relay

 1    Pickens/Taylor/Slater   2:05- 4:22- 6:21-  8:34-10:48-12:50-14:54-17:12-19:08
                                 21:17-23:31-25:30-27:31-29:49-31:40-33:39-35:52-37:49
 2    Navarrete/Hayes/Lo      2:02- 4:30- 6:31-  8:44-10:52-13:01-15:04-17:27-19:25
                                 21:38-23:53-25:55-28:01-30:23-32:19-34:32-36:45-38:44
 3    McLane/McAllr/Jackson   2:04- 4:05- 6:53-  9:17-11:12-14:35-16:45-18:51-21:54
                                 24:15-26:10-29:40-31:47-33:36-36:46-39:01-40:48-44:32
 4    H.Rohrer/Gelblum/Liu    2:01- 4:51- 7:44-  9:59-12:44-15:42-17:51-20:45-23:30
                                 25:44-28:23-31:22-33:29-36:13-38:56-41:11-43:47-46:51

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner –

Individual Splits
   Gelblum,Neil                2:50-2:45-2:54-2:39-2:44-2:36 = 16:28
   Hayes,Todd                  2:28-2:18-2:23-2:15-2:22-2:13 = 13:59
   Jackson,Alvin               2:48-3:23-3:03-3:30-3:10-3:44 = 19:38
   Liu,Willie                  2:53-2:58-2:45-2:59-2:43-3:04 = 17:22
   Lo,George                   2:01-2:09-1:58-2:02-1:56-1:59 = 12:05
   McAllister,Norry            2:01-1:55-2:06-1:55-1:49-1:47 = 11:33
   McLane,Trent                2:04-2:24-2:10-2:21-2:07-2:15 = 13:21
   Navarrete,Robert            2:02-2:13-2:03-2:13-2:06-2:13 = 12:40
   Pickens,Slim                2:05-2:13-2:04-2:09-2:01-1:59 = 12:31
   Rohrer,Heather              2:01-2:15-2:09-2:14-2:07-2:15 = 13:01
   Slater,Jonathan             1:59-2:02-1:56-1:59-1:51-1:57 = 11:44
   Taylor,Paul                 2:17-2:14-2:18-2:14-2:18-2:13 = 13:34

An unidentified club prexy overslept and did not have time to set any handicaps.  So, we selected times at random – whoever were standing next to each other were put on the same team.  The result was that there were no close races.  Oldie Norry McAllister (age 63) led the guys with a total time of 11:33 and was followed by Jonathan Slater at 11:44..  Slim Pickens had one of his best performances in a long time at 12:40.  George Lo (thanks to his new shoes?) ran well and Robert Navarrete had a respectable performance for a change.  Heather Rohrer was the sole lady running this morning.  Thaanks to Danny Moon, Chris Blue, and especially Jim Bordoni, who got all of our splits at the halfway point of the course.

2/29/20 – 12 x 800M Relay

  Pl Team               Start    1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    10    11    12 
  1 Taylot/Palos        7:15   10:44-13:34-16:54-19:46-23:14-26:08-29:36-32:36-36:00-39:01-42:24-45:18
  2 Justice/McAllister  -0-     4:28- 7:35-12:07-15:11-19:47-22:53-27:27-30:27-35:04-38:08-42:42-45:32
  3 Pickens/Camet       6:00    9:30-13:06-16:36-20:04-23:26-26:49-30:12-33:33-36:48-40:10-43:13-46:26
  4 Lo/Navarrete        8:15   11:20-14:43-17:49-21:07-24:12-27:25-30:31-33:50-36:56-40:13-43:15-46:35
  5 Powell/Slater       2:15    6:40- 9:44-14:15-17:14-21:41-24:37-29:01-31:58-36:19-39:17-43:44-46:38
  6 Conroy/Sudan        8:00   11:14-14:27-17:46-20:57-24:12-27:21-30:46-33:56-37:17-40:28-43:48-46:51
  7 Goldman/H.Rohrer    4:45    8:40-11:44-15:46-19:00-22:49-26:01-29:52-33:05-36:55-40:05-43:54-47:00
  8 Liu/Bang            2:15    6:34- 9:59-14:21-17:39-22:10-25:16-29:50-32:47-37:25-40:16-44:48-47:38
  9 Anika/Bradley       1:45    5:51- 8:45-12:16-15:14-18:45-21:46-25:29-28:26-32:14-35:15-38:57-41:57
                               45:31-48:19
 10 Moon/Park           6:00    9:57-12:51-16:51-19:49-24:01-27:00-31:11-34:09-38:28-41:26-45:45-48:34
Individual Splits
   Runner            Splits                                Total  Rating   Discrep
   Taylor,Paul       3:29-3:20-3:28-3:28-3:24-3:23         20:32  22:00    - 88
   Palos,Roberto     2:50-2:52-2:54-3:00-3:01-2:54         17:31  18:00    - 29
   Justice,Jeff      4:28-4:32-4:36-4:34-4:37-4:34         27:21  29:00    - 99
   McAllister,Nor    3:07-3:04-3:06-3:00-3:04-2:50         18:11  18:15    -  4
   Pickens,Slim      3:30-3:30-3:22-3:23-3:25-3:03         20:23  22:45    -142
   Camet,Ken         3:36-3:28-3:23-3:21-3:22-3:13         20:23  19:30    + 53
   Lo,George         3:05-3:06-3:05-3:06-3:06-3:02         18:30  19:00    - 30
   Navarrete,Robert  3:23-3:18-3:13-3:19-3:17-3:20         19:50  20:00    - 10
   Powell,Kat        4:25-4:31-4:27-4:24-4:21-4:27         26:35  27:00    - 25
   Slater,Jonathan   3:04-2:59-2:56-2:57-2:58-2:54         17:48  18:00    - 12
   Conroy,Brian      3:14-3:19-3:15-3:25-3:21-3:20         19:54  20:15    - 21
   Sudan,Missy       3:13-3:11-3:09-3:10-3:11-3:03         18:57  19:30    - 33
   Goldman,Mark      3:55-4:02-3:49-3:51-3:50-3:49         23:16  23:00    + 16
   Rohrer,Heather    3:04-3:14-3:12-3:13-3:10-3:06         18:59  19:30    - 31
   Liu,Willie        4:19-4:22-4:31-4:34-4:38-4:32         26:56  27:30    - 34
   Bang,Scott        3:25-3:18-3:06-2:57-2:51-2:50         18:27  17:30    + 57
   Axxx,Anika        4:06-3:31-3:31-3:43-3:48-3:42-3:34    25:55  27:00*   - 65
   Bradley,Geoff     2:54-2:58-3:01-2:57-3:01-3:00-2:48    20:39  18:30    +129
   Moon,Danny        3:57-4:00-4:12-4:11-4:19-4:19         24:58  23:00*   +118
   Park,Kristina     2:54-2:58-2:59-2:58-2:58-2:49         17:36  18:15    - 39
   * Self rated

Dick Barrett Trophy Winners – Paul Taylor & Roberto Palos

The Palos Team took the lead during the 11th  leg and held it to the end.  Our top runners were Roberto Palos (2:55 ave), Kristina Park (2:56 ave), Jonathan Slater (2:58 ave), and Geoff Bradley (2:57 ave for 7 runs).  The Anika/Bradley team would have won but ran 7 800s each rather than 6.  Danny tried his first run in awhile and badly overestimaged his conditioning.  Rich Hahn (He will be moving to Virginia soon) and Chris Blue did a great job of handling the splits at the end of each leg as there were many close finishes at the handoffs.


2/20/20 – 42nd Annual WVJS Valentine’s Day Race
21st Annual Team Race – 5.55 Miles

   Pl    Adj    Name               Team    Time                                        
   1     1      Jorn  Jensen        A      33:16                                                  
   2     2      Gary Waggoner       D      36:32                                                  
   3            Geoff  Bradley             37:30                                                  
   4     3      Scott  Bang         B      37:36                                                  
   5     4      Norry  McAllister   C      37:37                                                  
   6     5      George  Lo          C      37:46                                                  
   7     6      Dino  Delyani       D      38:19                                                  
   8     7      Heather  Rohrer     A      41:29                                     
   9     8      Robert  Navarrete   A      41:54                                                  
  10            Paul  Taylor               42:24                                                  
  11     9      Slim  Pickens       C      43:14                                                  
  12    10      Mike  Krey          B      44:33                                                  
  13    11      Jonathan  Slater    B      36:21*                                           
  14    12      Catherine  Frye     D      43:38                                                  
  15    13      Mark  Goldman       D      46:03                                                  
  16            Trent  McLane              50:21                                                  
  17            Dave  McIntyre             50:33                                                  
  18    14      Jeff  Justice       C      54:42                                                  
  19    15      Willie  Liu         A      58:57                                     
  20    16      Nancy Kirk          B      59:23                                       
  21            Don  Packwood              62:07                                     
  22            Dave  Norlander            63:10                                       
   
   *  Started 8:12 late.

Helpers: Aubuchon,Joseph – Bordoni,Jim – Hahn,Rich – Krey,Mike
Hopefully, I did not miss any helper. The helpers that we had were very good.

   
  Team  #1     #2     #3     #4         Total                            
   A     1      7      8     15         31                               
   C     4      5      9     14         32                               
   D     2      6     12     13         33                               
   B     3     10     11     16         40

If there is a tie for any place, the team with the fastest #3 runner gets the nod.


2/15/20 – Short Six – 5.74M

    1 Justin  Wood      34:16
    2 Andy  Williams    39:18
    3 Norry  McAllister 39:41
    4 Kristina  Park    39:57
    5 Dwayne  Spencer   40:26
    6 Dino  Delyani     40:29
    7 Gary  Waggoner    40:31
    8 John  Huang       41:12
    9 Ken Camet         41:17
   10 Heather  Rohrer   41:37
   11 Missy Sudan       41:44
   12 Bob  Kemp         43:04
   13 Scott  Bang       44:16
   14 Slim  Pickens     47:13
   15 Scott  Graham     48:01
   16 Carol  Bednar     49:58
   17 Mark  Goldman     50:15
   18 Dave  McIntyre    53:33
   19 Jim Bordoni       56:44  PR
   20 Jeff  Justice     57:57 PR
   21 Kat  Powell       58:20
   22 Neeraja  Nambula  60:40
   23 Neil  Gelblum     61:55
   24 Willie  Liu       62:20
   25 Dave  Norlander   69:31
   26 Don  Packwood     69:41
27 Walt Van Zant 1:45:25

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Jim Bordoni

A fair amount of good times this morning.  Justin Wood, who was visiting from New York, won by 5 minutes.  Andy Williams, who is taking a brief break from his job in Asia, got second place. He will now return to Asia for 1½ years.  Kristina Park led the ladies.  Missy Sudan ran the 2nd fastest-ever women’s 50+ time.  Bob Kemp recorded the 10th best-ever men’s 65+ time, a mere one second better than Mark Goldman.  Jeff Justice PRd by 4 Minutes while showcasing his new $250 shoes.  Some club members though that it was unfair that he ran with gigantic springs in the shoes.  Hopped over 3 runners near the finish line.  Jim Bordoni took home the weekly trophy for breaking his own club racewalking best by 3 minutes.  Thanks to the helpers at the finish line – Rich Hahn and Willie Liu.


2/8/20 – Farwell – 3.54M

    1 Gary  Waggoner    23:03.5
    2 Dwayne  Spencer   23:27.7
    3 Norry  McAllister 23:37.4
    4 Geoff  Bradley    23:49.7
    5 George  Lo        24:00.1
    6 Dino  Delyani     24:10.1
    7 Missy Sudan       24:26.8
    8 Joseph  Aubuchon  25:00.8
    9 Ken  Camet        25:12.3
   10 Heather  Rohrer   25:44.3
   11 Robert  Navarrete 26:16.4
   12 Paul  Taylor      27:12.8
   13 Jeff  Rohrer      27:42.6
   14 Scott  Graham     28:43
   15 Catherine  Frye   28:54
   16 Slim  Pickens     29:27.8
   17 Trent  McLane     29:34.3 PR
   18 Dave McIntyre     31:01.8
   19 Todd  Hayes       31:09.5
   20 Jeff  Justice     33:41   PR
   21 Jim  Bordoni      34:08   RW
   22 Kat  Powell       37:42
   23 Neeraja  Nambula  38:01
   24 Willie  Liu       39:47
   25 Dave  Norlander   42:57
   26 Don  Packwood     43:16

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Missy Sudan

Gary Waggoner ran to about a 150-meter victory this morning over Wayne Spencer.  Missy Sudan led the  ladies as she recorded the 3rd best-ever women’s 50+ time behind Becki Kriege and Sue Francis.  Missy received the weekly trophy for this accomplishment.  Trent McLane and Jeff Justice ran all-time PRs.  Runners who ran PRs for their age categories included Geoff Bradley and Slim Pickens.  Those who helped at the finish line included Wiley Liu, Jim Bordoni, Rich Hahn, and Alvin Jackson.


2/1/20 – 4 x 1.46M WVC Relay

    Pl Team                 Start    Splits
    1  Slater/Graham        1:15     10:31-22:00-31:04-42:16     
    2  Delyani/Pickens       -0-     10:03-21:53-31:37-42:17
    3  Park/Bang            2:30     12:04-22:29-31:51-42:52
    4  McLain/Waggoner       :30     12:29-22:02-34:08-43:25
    5  H.Rohrer/Navarrete   2:00     12:24-23:01-33:43-44:00
    6  Conroy/Hayes          :15     10:49-22:23-33:00-44:28
    7  McAllister/Bednar    1:45     11:17-23:09-32:35-44:47

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Scott Graham

Individual Splits
   Runner               Splits                 Rating     Difference
   Bang,Scott           10:25-11:01 = 21:26    22:00*     - :34
   Bednar,Carol         11:52-12:12 = 24:04    23:00      +1:04
   Conroy,Brian         10:34-10:37 = 21:11    19:30      +1:41
   Delyani,Dino         10:03- 9:44 = 19:47    19:30      + :17
   Graham,Scott         11:29-11:12 = 22:41    23:30      - :49
   Hahn,Rich            14:37       = 14:37    15:00      - :23
   Hayes,Todd           11:34-11:28 = 23:02    23:30      - :28
   Jackson,Alvin        17:17       = 17:17    17:00      + :17
   McAllister,Norry     9:32- 9:26  = 18:58    18:30      + :28
   McLain,Trent         11:59-12:06 = 24:05    23:45      + :20
   Navarrete,Robert     10:37-10:17 = 20:54    21:15      - :21
   Norlander,Dave       16:21       = 16:21    15:00      +1:21
   Park,Kristina        9:34- 9:22  = 18:56    18:45      + :11
   Pickens,Slim         11:50-10:40 = 22:30    23:45      -1:15
   Rohrer,Heather       10:24-10:42 = 21:06    20:00      +1:06
   Slater,Jonathan      9:16- 9:04  = 18:20    18:30      - :10
   Waggoner,Gary        9:33- 9:17  = 18:50    19:00      - :10

Super race at the end as Scott Graham barely held on to keep the lead by inches. Jonathan Slater led the guys with a time of 18:20 and Kristina Park led the ladies with a time of 18:56.  Rich Hahn won the individual race between him, Dave Norlander, and Alvin Jackson.  Todd Hayes  complained at the end of his race that he was stuck with a pigeon.  Brian Conroy mentioned after 15 minutes of looking over the landscape that he did not see any birds near Todd.  Thanks to Danny Moom, Jim Bordoni, and Willie Liu for helping at the finish line.


1/25/20 – 5K on the track

    1  Roberto  Palos      19:58.8
    2  Norry  McAllister   20:23.6
    3  George  Lo          20:27.1
    4  Kristina  Park      20:30.8
    5  Gary  Waggoner      20:32.4
    6  Joseph  Aubuchon    20:35.6
    7  Geoff  Bradley      20:36.5
    8  Dino  Delyani       20:40.2
    9  John  Huang         20:41.6
   10  Missy Sudan         21:49.3
   11  Brian  Conroy       22:18.4
   12  Robert  Navarrete   22:25.3
   13  Mike  Krey          22:29.2
   14  Jeff  Rohrer        24:04.4
   15  Robert Pickens      24:05.5 
   16  Hank Lawson         24:47.3 
   17  Todd Hayes          25:25.6 
   18  Mark  Goldman       25:45.6
   19  Wendy Dawson        27:04.7
   20  Jeff  Justice       28:58.7 
   21  Willie Liu          29:53.7
   22  Don  Packwood       32:36.9
   23  Walter Van Zant     51:55.2

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Roberto Palos

The weather was cool 47 – 52 degrees this morning with heavy ground fog but we still had 23 competitors show up for the run. Roberto led the pack until he tore off his shirt and pulled away after six laps to win the race. The pack continued to stay together for twelve laps while running a good pace.  Walter made a miraculous comeback after his fall in August. He went out fast at a 16 minute pace, but had to slow down when he experience shortness of breath. Willie jumped in to pace him for the last 2 laps.  Walter received applauds and cheers as he sprinted to the finish. Thanks for an excellent job to Randy Dawson, Nancy Kirk, Madelyn & Danny Moon for timing/finish line and Rich Hahn for reading splits on other side of the track.


1/18/20 – Farwell/H – 4.68M

    1  Jonathan  Slater    31:02
    2  Dwayne  Spencer     31:24
    3  Norry  McAllister   31:35
    4  George  Lo          31:49
    5  Dino  Delyani       31:52
    6  Kristina  Park      31:55
    7  Josephn  Aubuchon   32:10
    8  Scott  Bang         32:40
    9  Geoff  Bradley      33:43
   10  Heather  Rohrer     34:03
   11  Ken  Camet          35:08
   12  Gary  Waggsoner     35:09
   13  Mike  Krey          35:10
   14  Paul  Taylor        36:20
   15  Todd  Hayes         38:01
   16  Jeff  Rohrer        38:50
   17  Trent  McLane       39:02
   18  Des  Knuckey        39:04
   19  Slim  Pickens       40:10
   20  Mark  Goldman       40:37
   21  Hank  Lawson        41:46
   22  Dave  McIntyre      42:05
   23  Wendy  Dawson       42:16
   24  Neil Gelblum        43:23
   25  Jeff  Justice       46:08
   26  Jim  Bordoni        47:27 RW
   27  Neeraja  Nambula    50:32
   28  Don  Packwood       53:26
   29  Willie  Liu         54:40
   30  Dave  Norlander     57:40

Phantom Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Dwayne Spencer

Thanks to the helpers at the finish line —  Randy Dawson, Rich Hahn, and Danny Moon


1/11/19 – 8 x 0.66M Tennis Court Loop Relay

    Pl   Team                 Start  Splits                                         
    1*   Slater/Gelblum       1:45    6:00-11:57-16:02-21:37-25:27-30:56-      34:51     
    2    H.Rohrer/Taylor      1:15    5:46-10:33-14:58-19:33-23:58-28:41-33:05-37:41  
    3    Sudan/Frye           1:30    5:50-10:43-15:01-19:52-24:13-29:06-33:25-38:22
    4    Camet/Knuckey         -0-    4:53-10:13-14:39-19:45-24:03-29:08-33:30-38:32
    5    Lo/Pickens           1:45    6:02-11:13-15:36-20:50-25:07-30:03-34:08-38:45
    6*   Park/Norlander       1:00    5:07-12:01-16:07-23:18-27:27-34:45-      38:46
    7*   McAllister/Liu       4:30    8:42-14:44-18:50-24:49-28:54-35:00-      38:56
    8    Navarrete/McLane      -0-    4:52- 9:54-14:37-19:47-24:22-29:31-34:05-38:57
    9    Bradley/Graham       2:30    7:00-12:14-16:28-21:38-25:28-30:32-34:42-39:42
   10*   Delyani/Hahn         5:15    9:38-16:01-20:24-26:43-31:01-37:20-      41:37
   *One runner ran 4 runs and the other runner ran 3 runs for each of these 5 teams.

Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Slater/Gelblum team

   Individual Times                                                                           
   Runner                Splits                Total   Rating     Diff  
   Bradley,Geoff         4:30-4:14-3:50-4:10   16:44    17:15      - 31
   Camet,Ken             4:53-4:26-4:18-4:22   17:59    17:30      + 29
   Delyani,Dino          4:23-4:23-4:18-4:17   17:21    17:00      + 21
   Frye,Kathy            4:53-4:51-4:53-4:57   19:34    20:30      - 56
   Gelblum,Neil          5:57-5:35-5:29        17:01    22:00      -299 **
   Graham,Scott          5:14-5:10-5:04-5:00   20:28    20:00      + 28
   Hahn,Rich             6:23-6:19-6:19        19:01    17:30      + 91 **
   Kriege,Becki          4:42-4:40-4:41-4:45   18:48    19:00***   - 12
   Knuckey,Des           5:20-5:06-5:05-5:02   20:33    22:15      -102
   Liu,Willie            6:02-5:59-6:06        18:07    19:00      - 53
   Lo,George             4:17-4:23-4:17-4:05   17:02    17:00      +  2
   McAllister,Norry      4:12-4:06-4:05-3:56   16:19    16:15      +  4
   McLane,Trent          5:02-5:10-5:09-4:52   20:13    22:00      -107
   Navarrete,Robert      4:52-4:43-4:35-4:34   18:44    17:45      + 59
   Norlander,Dave        6:54-7:11-7:18        21:23    22:30      - 67
   Park,Kristina         4:07-4:06-4:09-4:01   16:23    16:15      +  8
   Pickens,Bob           5:11-5:14-4:56-4:37   19:58    21:00      - 62
   Rohrer,Heather        4:31-4:25-4:25-4:24   17:45    19:00***   - 75
   Slater,Jonathan       4:15-4:05-3:50-3:55   16:05    16:00      +  5
   Sudan,Missy           4:20-4:18-4:21-4:19   17:18    17:45      - 27
   Taylor,Paul           4:47-4:35-4:43-4:36   18:41    19:30      - 49
**   Due to  poor communication by me or a misunderstanding by Neil, he ran just
     3 loops instead of 4. Rich Hahn was paired with Dino at the last moment and
     given an unfair rating by me. As  a result, his team finished a distant last.
***  Self-rated runners.

Cold this morning (low 40s) but 20 runners showed up to run the relay plus about 10 others helped  with the timing or ran their own  workout.  Jonathan Slater led the guys with a 4:01 average and Kristina Park led the ladies with a 4:04 average.  Thanks to Danny and Madelyn Moon and Jim Bordoni for helping at the finish line.


1/4/20 – Dou/Sar/Frtvle – 2.75M

    1 Mike  Bordoni     15:33
    2 Roberto  Palos    17:11
    3 Johnathan  Slater 17:53
    4 John  Huang       17:53 PR
    5 Kristina  Park    18:09
    5 Joseph  Aubuchon  18:09
    7 George  Lo        18:23
    8 Dino  Delyani     18:34
    9 Jeff  Bradley     18:50
   10 Missy Sudan       19:03
   11 Heather  Rohrer   19:27
   12 Scott  Bang       19:43
   13 Brian  Conroy     19:57
   14 Mike  Krey        20:12
   15 Jeff  Rohrer      20:56
   16 Tim  Souza        21:16
   17 Catherine  Frye   22:07
   18 Carol  Bednar     22:22
   19 Des Knuckey       22:29
   20 Todd  Hayes       22:50
   21 Slim  Pickens     22:59
   22 Trent  McLane     23:14 PR
   23 Neil  Gelblum     25:32
   24 Neeraja  Nambula  25:45 PR
   25 Jim  Bordoni      26:28 RW
   26 Kat  Powell       26:38
   27 Jeff  Justice     27:51
   27 Willie  Liu       27:51
   29 Nancy  Kirk       29:20
   30 Dave  Norlander   31:15
   31 Rich  Hahn        31:29
   32 Bob  Lord         31:49
   33 Walt Van  Zant    45:43

Phantom Dick Barrett Trophy Winner – Jim Bordoni

Good running weather this morning – Temperature in the low 50s and no rain. Mike Bordoni led the field, winning by about a quarter mile. Kristina Park led the 8 lady runners.  Missy ran the 5th best-ever women’s 50+ time.  John Huang, Neeraja Nambula, and Trent McLane ran all-time PRs.  Mike Krey broke his 65+ PR by more then 2 minutes, Slim Pickens broke his 55+ PR, Jeff Justice broke his 70+ PR, and Jim Bordoni broke his race walking PR. Thanks to Chris Blue, Rich Hahn, Jim Bordoni, and Danny Moon for their help at the finish line.


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