Tuesday 15 April 2014

2014 ENDURrace 5K

One of these days, the PB train is going to slow down as H+P runners start to reach their maximum ability.  Well...today was not that day!

The team had an AMAZING experience at the 2014 ENDURrace 5K.  Our hard winter grind has really paid off.  Here's a breakdown of how we did:

Individual 5K results CLICK:

Luke "Ironman" Ehgoetz had an outstanding performance.  He covered the 5K in 18:12, coming in first for the team, and winning his AG.

Mike Piazza was next and had a HUGE break through performance.  Last year, Mike was struggling to break 20 minutes for 5K.  At this race, he ran a massive PB of 18:34!  He also placed 5th overall and won his AG!

Aaron Mailman was in next for the team.  Once again- the Mailman delivered (*Note, this line will never get old).  He ran a NEW PB of 18:49, won his AG and  placed 7th OA.

Holger (aka MileageMan) also had an outstanding performance.  He achieved a new personal best of 19:15 and also won his AG! (are you starting to sense a trend here?)

Nick Burt also had a great performance for the team.  Coming off of limited training because of school, he still managed to comfortably break 20 minutes and win his AG!

Vicki was in next for the team, and was our first female finisher.  YES, you guessed it- new PB (22-low), and first in her AG!  She was also 4th place OA!

Dragan was in next for the team with a MASSIVE personal best of 21:39!

Will also had an outstanding performance.  Putting his winter of speed work to use, he put a huge dent in his previous PB, setting a new mark at 26-low.

Cari had an outstanding H+P debut.  Despite just recently joining the club, she had an amazing performance, and also achieved a new personal best!

Sam also ran for the team...while running with his wife and pushing two kids in a stroller!  That is what H+P is all about.  Sometimes running as fast as we can, other times just about enjoying the experience and striving toward a better, healthier life!

Davey Rutherford also has an impressive performance.  Currently rehabbing a rather serious injury, he ran/walked the 5K in 3:1min intervals just to enjoy the experience.  Nice work Dave!

Team Results and Parent/Child Results:

  • Overall, the 5K team finished with an AVERAGE time of 18:51!  
  • In Parent/Child race, Luke and his son Holden were first out of 5 teams, winning by almost 2 minutes!

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