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Transitions 5K, RESULTS 2016

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Past Results:  2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

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Below are the award winners for the 6th Annual Transitions 5K held on theMatteson Trail that circles The Hampton’s Golf Course in Hampton, VA. The race was held on Saturday, August 13, 2016.  The event was organized by Transitions Family Violence Services, dedicated to ending Domestic Violence.  The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club.  At race time conditions were clear, sunny, very warm and humid a temperature of 82 at race start.

The 5K run followed the Matteson Trail and was run correctly by the runners.  This course is not USATF certified. 70 runners entered the 5K with 66 completing the 5K course.

For the men, the 1st Overall was Doublas Marshall, 42 of Mathews, VA with a time of 18:55.  For the women, 1st Overall was Karen Sanz0, 38 of Hampton, finishing in 23:50

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6th ANNUAL TRANSITIONS 5K

Matteson Trail, Hampton, VA

Saturday, August 13, 2016 8:30 AM

Benefiting Transitions

A PENINSULA TRACK CLUB EVENT

Place O’All Name                       Age City State           Time Pace

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TOP OVERALL MEN

1     1 DOUGLAS MARSHALL            42 MATHEWS VA           18:55  6:05

2     2 NOLAN BLOUNT                33 NEWPORT NEWS VA      19:15  6:11 *

3     3 CHRIS NOVAKOSKI             34 FRANKLIN VA          20:34  6:37 *

TOP OVERALL WOMEN

1     7 KAREN SANZO                 39 HAMPTON VA           23:50  7:39 *

2    12 ALLISON KNAPPENBERGER       30 SUFFOLK VA           26:35  8:33 *

3    16 SHANNON WRIGHT              44 YORKTOWN VA          27:53  8:58

MEN:  14 AND UNDER

1     5 DJ GUTHINGER                14 YORKTOWN VA          23:38  7:36

2    24 JOSHUA GUTHINGER             7 YORKTOWN VA          30:19  9:44

3    39 TREY GREENE                 14 SMITHFIELD VA        38:19 12:19

MEN:  15 – 19

1     8 MESSIAH PEARSON             15 NORFOLK VA           24:25  7:51

2    29 KEYSHAUN HOWARD             17 HAMPTON VA           33:08 10:39

MEN:  20 – 24

NONE

MEN:  25 – 29

NONE

MEN:  30 – 34

1    51 CHRISTOPHER SCOLARI         32 GLOUCESTER VA        47:42 15:19

MEN:  35 – 39

NONE

MEN:  40 – 44

1     9 SCOTT COLE                  44 YORKTOWN VA          24:49  7:59

2    11 CHRISTOPHER LAWS            40 YORKTOWN VA          26:26  8:30 *

3    13 MATHEW C WRIGHT             43 YORKTOWN VA          27:09

8:44

MEN:  45 – 49

1     6 DAINYON GREENE              45 SMITHFIELD VA        23:39  7:36

2    14 THOMAS SULLIVAN             47 NEWPORT NEWS VA      27:31  8:51 *

MEN:  50 – 54

1    17 THURMAN RADCLIFF            51 CHESAPEAKE VA        27:56  8:59

2    23 STEVE BELIN                 52 POQUOSON VA          29:58  9:38 *

MEN:  55 – 59

1     4 JOHN C OLSON                56 YORKTOWN VA          22:33  7:15 *

2    10 MICHAEL BYRUM               58 SUFFOLK VA           25:34  8:13

3    50 JOHN THOMSON                55 HAMPTON VA           47:37 15:18

MEN:  60 – 64

1    26 EUGENE THIES                62 HAMPTON VA           31:15 10:02 *

2    34 THOMAS DALEY                64 VIRGINIA BEACH VA    34:56 11:14

3    41 HURRICANE THOMPSON          63 GLOUCESTER VA        38:43 12:26

MEN:  65 AND OVER

1    15 ROBERT H WRIGHT             75 HAMPTON VA           27:38  8:53 *

2    27 JOSEPH V POLINSKI           78 SMITHFIELD VA        31:51 10:14 *

3    33 JACK ADAMS                  67 HAMPTON VA           33:44 10:50

WOMEN:  14 AND UNDER

1    54 JASMINE BALLARD             14 HAMPTON VA           52:45 16:57

2    56 ZORA ACHUA                   9 CHESAPEAKE VA        55:09 17:43

3    58 DESTINY ACHUA                9 CHESAPEAKE VA        55:22 17:47

WOMEN:  15 – 19

NONE

WOMEN:  20 – 24

NONE

WOMEN:  25 – 29

1    46 TYMIKA HAZELL               29 NEWPORT NEWS VA      44:22 14:15

WOMEN:  30 – 34

1    37 MARY EAKER                  32 NEWPORT NEWS VA      36:53 11:51

2    38 SHANON PITTMAN-PRICE        31 HAMPTON VA           38:06 12:14

3    43 YAJAIRA MICKLES             34 NEWPORT NEWS VA      40:24 12:59

WOMEN:  35 – 39

1    25 GINA NIDASIO                38 YORKTOWN VA          30:30  9:48

2    42 SARIAH ALLMOND              35 NEWPORT NEWS VA      39:11 12:35

WOMEN:  40 – 44

1    30 DIANA COLE                  41 YORKTOWN VA          33:24 10:44

2    32 JAMIE GREENE                40 SMITHFIELD VA        33:38 10:48

3    55 LAKISHA CHAPMAN             40 NEWPORT NEWS VA      53:28 17:11

WOMEN:  45 – 49

1    18 ANTOINETTE PRIOLEAU         47 HAMPTON VA           28:45  9:14

2    19 TAMMY SHROUT                49 YORKTOWN VA          29:15  9:24

3    22 JULIE BIENLIEN              47 NEWPORT NEWS VA      29:48  9:35

WOMEN:  50 – 54

1    21 CAROL BARTRAM               52 YORKTOWN VA          29:44  9:33 *

2    31 TERRI MCCAUGHAN             50 HAMPTON VA           33:29 10:46

3    36 TONYA HALL-STEVENSON        50 CARROLLTON VA        36:46 11:49

WOMEN:  55 – 59

1    66 MICHELE KELLY               56 CHESAPEAKE VA      1:06:29 21:22

WOMEN:  60 – 64

1    20 DOTTIE HUMPHREYS            64 NEWPORT NEWS VA      29:35  9:31 *

2    59 MARY ANN CALVERT            61 VIRGINIA BEACH VA    58:00 18:38 *

3    64 CHERYL ANN MOORE            63 HAMPTON VA         1:06:00 21:12

WOMEN:  65 AND OVER

1    60 EUNICE MEBANE               73 CHESAPEAKE VA      1:03:16 20:20

2    61 CYNTHIA LIDELL              71 HAMPTON VA         1:03:59 20:33

* denotes PTC member

Sat., Aug. 13 – 8:30 a.m.
Transitions 5K
Matteson Trail
320 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666

Website & Flyer Information

Contact: Heidi Olson (757) 722-2261; e-mail = Holson@Transitions.org

The mission of Transitions Family Violence Services is to build safe and healthy families by supporting healthy, violence free family life. Now entering its 39th year of offering safety, advocacy and education to the Virginia Peninsula, Transitions is the sole provider of comprehensive domestic violence services in Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, and co-provider for York County. The agency offers emergency shelter, hotline, children’s programming, legal advocacy, adult and child art therapy, support groups and a host of other services that prevent violence, save lives, and make the community more aware of domestic violence, its deleterious effects on the family, and available services. Since 1980, 18,000 victims have been sheltered for more than 180,000 nights. All victims of domestic violence and their family members are eligible for services and all services are free, although transitional housing clients pay rent commensurate with their income.