26 x 1 Marathon Mile Relay

Hormel Stadium, 90 Locust St., Medford, 8:30 a.m.; Saturday, June 22, 2019
temps in high 60’s to low 70’s; breezy; sunny; chip-timed (by chip in baton);
Name……………………..Mile…Age…Age-adj time…GP Pts…Awards (ribbon, light) ARNIE POLLINGER…leadoff 0.215 miles…1:07…(5:11 pace)…20pts
SAM LeHARDY…………7:08…39.93…6:44.7… 20pts
LISA BURGESS………..8:09…50.19…6:50.5……..20pts

SCOTT PETTINGELL…5:36…37.85…5.22.6…24pts

KENDRA HOWARD……7:20…45.34…6:32.2……..21pts
ABBY BURGESS………6:27…16.25…6:15.4……..21pts…1/7 F0-19
MELISSA ARNOLD……6:16…37.50…6:03.6……..22pts
MIKE PELOSO…………6:54…41.53…6:26.8…20pts…PR!
TIM CONLIN……………7:16…54.17…6:08.6…
20pts
ANDREA LEONARD…..6:49…54.88…5:22.9……..24pts..5/31 F5059
MIKE BOWER………….9:26…60.81…7:32.0…20pts

WILLIAM WANG……….8:36…13.21…7:41.1…20pts

DARLENE DEARDON…6:29…43.36…5:55.0……..23pts
BRUCE HARDY………..6:06…49.18…5:22.2…25pts
ESTHER POWELL…….7:36…36.14…7:25.1……..20pts

JINGSONG WANG…….7:32…50.71…6:33.1…20pts

JAY POWELL…………..5:45…37.59…5:31.9…23pts
MICHELLE SCHATZ…..8:04…34.72…7:56.3……..20pts

GLENN MEISTER……..7:17…57.06…6:00.5…20pts

PHYLLIS LOWRY……..6:29…52.75…5:15.9……..25pts..1/31 F50-59
KEITH MOSER………..6:41…52.65…5:43.3…21pts
JEFF HATTEM………..7:28…68.19…5:34.4…22pts
JUMANA SALEH……..6:22…29.19…6:21.9……..20pts

STACY ANDERSON…7:16…46.71…6:22.3……..20pts

PAUL WHALEN………5:55…28.98…5:54.7…20pts
CHRIS HEYMANNS…8:01…36.22…7:47.3…20pts

ABBY McCABE………6:34…37.40…6:21.3……..20pts
Team: 16th of 23; 3:04:41
…Grand Prix points for a relay is 20 points minimum
…In the 12-month Grand Prix Series starting in June, GP points for only ONE RACE PER MONTH are awarded, and they would be for whichever race you ran produced the higher (or highest, if 3 races) points for that month. See the Grand Prix Rules for how to substitute a marathon, half-marathon or ultra race (>32 miles) for a race in any particular month. Just by dint of being a GFRC member, when you run a GP-selected race, GP points are calculated for you and added to your total for the Series.
…Age-graded time is done for the exact year (with 2 decimal positions) of racer’s age, rather than by the 10-year age division the runner is in, as calculated on WMA website. Ages on this are calculated to one one-hundredth because there is often such a closeness in age-graded times that a finer age-graded computation than in 2-digit ages is more accurate. Plus, the farther into your year of age you are, more time is taken off and therefore the faster your age-graded time is! YOUNGER RUNNERS might not like this at first, but it is used so that all club members have a fun way to compete against each other. OLDER RUNNERS are always very envious of younger runners’ ability to run fast times. Age-graded times actually do approximate the times most older runners ran in their 20’s and early 30’s, so it is a fair system to use.