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Next Club meeting: Dec. 10th, 7:30 pm at the Hampton Sentara Fitness Center. Guest speaker will be John Price, “ultrarunner extraordinaire” from VA Beach.
He will talk about his recent participation in the world’s first ever triple-deca ironman! This was a race in Italy in which the goal was to do an ironman every day for 30 days! John did 5 during the 30 day period. Same time (7:30pm) and location as always.
PTC Members- Come join us at Langley Speedway for the
Time: 5 – 6pm: Tailgate in the parking lot. Look for the balloons. Bring a dish to share and your favorite beverage.
Between 5 – 6pm: pit tour to meet the area’s local driver Brandon Gdovic.
Racing starts at 7pm.
Advance tickets 15.00. At the door 20.00 Get your advance tickets at
RSVP with Valerie Cunningham – 757-206-4957
June 5th, Wednesday, : Helen Worthington
Above are the award winners for the 4th Annual Poquoson Bull Island 4 Miler held at the Port Messick Marina in Poquoson, VA. The race was held on Saturday morning, May 11, 2013. The run was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were cloudy and breezy with temperatures in the 70s.
The run, starting and ending at the Port Messick Marina was an out and back on Messick Road, the road that leads to Port Messick and the Poquoson Yacht Club on the Chesapeake Bay. The course is just short of 4
Miles long (actual distance run was 3.85 miles). 138 runners entered the 4 Miler with 129 completing the course.
Above are the award winners for the 23rd Annual Riverside Rehab Institute 5K By the Bay held at the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute in Newport News on Saturday morning, May 4, 2013, at 9AM. The race was organized by the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute with proceeds benefitting the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute Giving Fund. Results and finish line were provided by the Peninsula Track Club.
A total of 589 runners and walkers were registered in two races: approximately 50 entrants participated in the 1 Mile Fun Run/Roll/Walk, and the remainder in the 5K event. 473 finished the 5k Run/Walk. Awards were given to the top 3 male and female runners, the top 3 male and female runners in age group categories, the top 3 male and female walkers, the top 3 male and female Riverside Rehab Institute runners, and the top 3 male and female Riverside Rehab Institute walkers. The weather at race time was cloudy and in the upper 50’s.
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Below are the award winners for the 5th Annual Tabb High School May Day 5K held on the roads adjacent to Tabb High School in York County. The race was held on Saturday morning, April 27, 2013. Proceeds support the Tabb High School Track Team.
Conditions at race time were perfect for running, clear and sunny with temperatures in the upper 50s and a slight breeze. The course was accurately measured, but is not USATF certified.
298 runners entered the 5K (down from the record 309 in 2012) with 266 runners completing the course (down from 290 in 2012).
The race officiating and results were done by the Peninsula Track Club.
A fast field led the 5K runners. Winning the May Day 5K was Tabb High School Alumnus and Virginia Tech runner Will Mulherin, 23 of Yorktown, VA in a time of 15:42. Will Mulherin is a 3-time ACC Champion in the 5000m and 2-time NCAA All-American in cross country who has completed his NCAA eligibility. While slower than his top times (Will Mulherin has a 5K PR of 13:41), the time was good for a course record. Following Mulherin was Victor Fleming, 34 of Smithfield, VA with a time of 16:36. Third was
Baron Kieffer, 16 of Yorktown, VA in a time of 16:51. The fourth place male was Todd Kessler, 30 of Newport News, VA with a time of 17:18, good for 1st male, 30-34.
The women were lead by Virginia Peninsula Road Running Hall of Fame member Jennifer Quarles, 41 of Williamsburg in a time of 19:33 followed by Mercedes Castillo-D’Amico, 55 of Newport News, VA in 20:06. Laura Craig, 22 of Yorktown, VA rounded out the top three women with a time of 23:06.
Above are the award winners for the 4th Annual JLHR Race for a Better Place 5K & 8K. Awards went to the top 3 male and female runners overall and the top 3 in each age group. The races, sponsored by the Junior League of Hampton Roads, were held on Saturday morning, April 20, 2013 and was organized to raise awareness of female reproductive cancer and provide support services for women in Hampton Roads. The race itself was conducted and race results generated by the Peninsula Track Club.
Held on the roads around the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News, the 5K is accurately measured but is not USATF certified. The 8K was in fact short, about 4.4 miles due to a last minute course change. Conditions at race time were perfect for running, cool and cloudy with a slight breeze and temperatures in the low 60s.
A total of 156 runners entered the races (106 in the 5K, 50 in the 8K) with 121 completing the event (90 in the 5K and 31 in the 8K).