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      Hello Everyone,                                                                                                                                                      October 4, 2018            

     In this Issue:

     

  1. CIBC Run for the Cure 2018
  2. Kelowna Urban SwimRun
  3. The County Marathon
  4. Rocks!! Outdoors in the Rain
  5. Upcoming Events Turkey Gobbler Trail Run, Rotary Park 5k, Wiky 10k and Grab the Wheel 5k (all this month)
  6. Running Room Run Club Update: 
  7. Track North News Paul Sagriff Wins Geneseo 09, 29, 18

     


 

 

 

  September 30, 2018

Welcome to Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure in Sudbury

Run for the Cure start line 2018

All Photos here


For the 21st year in a row participants lined up at Cambrian College for our annual Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure. There have been warm runs, rainy runs, cold runs and just right runs through the years. But this may have been the first time it actually snowed during the event. Cool temperatures did not deter over 400 enthusiastic people from taking to the streets to complete either a one km loop or the full 5km experience. The youngest on the course was in a baby jogger and only a few months into this world while the oldest was a youngish 91 years old.

All figures are not compiled yet but over $50,000 was raised as of run day to help fight the breast cancer battle.


Fundraising Awards

Top Fundraisers in 2018:

Pepsi Corporate Spirit Award: Won by PEPSI CO

Friends and Family Team Challenge Award: Won by Vibe Tribe

Women's Team Challenge Award: Won by Cirque de Sore Legs

Run Day Determination Award: Won by Heather Theijsneijer

 

Athletic Excellence Awards:

The CIBC Run for the Cure is in fact a fundraising event, aiming to raise awareness and mobilize action on breast cancer; however we can't forget about the amazing athletes who demonstrated athletic excellence at our event today. We give special recognition and medals to the top 3 males, the top 3 females, the top 3 youth and the 1rst survivor.

And the winners are:

MALE 1 - Scott Rienguette 19:37 2 - Cameron Dare 19:52

3 - Brayden Lafrance 19:58

FEMALE 1 - Sarah McIlraith 20:58 2 - Lucia Salmaso 22:26

3 - Rebecca Foreshw 22:56

YOUTH (under 13) 1 - Lucia Salmaso 22:26 (double winner) 2 - Owen Girling 28:37

3 - Reese Williamson 29:00

SURVIVOR 1 - Stephanie Koett 26:44  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kelowna Urban SwimRun Event

by Lawrie Oliphant

 

On Sept 30th Amanda Kosmerley and I competed in the Kelowna Urban SwimRun Event. This was the second year for this event. It was a small event but pretty well organized. You were right we had to wear a jersey over our wet suits and bathing caps but otherwise you could use whatever toys you wanted.

Amanda and I were a team. Although I wanted our team to be called Pebbles and BamBam she entered us as East meets West! We raced with wet suits, hand paddles, pull buoys and running shoes. The day was not necessarily the best since it was single digit temperatures and an intermittent light drizzle but that did not really matter since we were going to be getting wet.

The race began with a 1.2 km run across park grass, a small beach, and then along a board walk in a bird sanctuary. We then went out onto another beach before we entered a park and went up onto a road before entering the first swim. That swim was about 650m before you exited onto a beach and began the second run. Things were pretty bunched up at that point. It was the longest run of the day at 3.7 kms. As that run went along things began to spread out and Amanda and I began to catch people. By the time we entered the second swim we were in third place. From there we swam about 600 meters and exited into another park. From there we ran 650 meters back before we re-entered the water and swam 600 meters back to exit through a park and begin a fourth run of about 2.5 kms. By now we were in second place and within striking distance of the leaders. When we entered the fourth swim we were on their tails and eventually able to pass them. We came out of the water for the fifth run in first place but during that run back to the finish we kept jockeying for position. Unfortunately I could not maintain Amanda’s pace (no surprise there) and they passed us with about 150 meters to go. I did find it hard to sprint across a sandy beach. I have not seen the official times but suspect we finished 10 seconds behind. Good enough for second overall and first mixed team.

Overall it was a fun event and I would do it again. Might be interesting to try it solo so I will be looking at The Kivi Park Race for next year.

Heading off for another bike ride!

Amanda Kosmerley and Lawrie Oliphant

All Photos Here

 

 

 

 

September 30, 2018

Congratulations to SudburyRocks!! runners Sylvie and Yvan Guenette for their first time at the County


1243 Yvan Guenette M21-29 158 85 12 00:59:35 02:08:13.6 02:08:35.9
1253 Sylvie Guenette F50-59 159 74 10 00:59:36 02:08:13.6 02:08:36.0


 

 

 

 

 

Lynn Stubbings
September 30 at 9:09 PM ·
Great fall day for a run. Ken ran his 102nd full and I ran my 85th half marathon at the Prince Edward County PEC event. The course is a beautiful rural setting and winds through Sand Banks Provincial Park. This was the event's 15th anniversary. We have participated every year.

230 Ken Stubbings M50-59 76 56 19 02:07:29 04:24:47.1 04:24:55.3 - Marathon

1325 Lynn Stubbings F50-59 186 95 14 01:05:29 02:18:11.1 02:18:43.3 - Half Marathon

 

 

 

 

Rocks!! Outdoors in the Rain

Oct. 3, 2018

 

 

Upcoming Local Events

 

 

October 7 , 2018                             

Sudbury Fitness Challenge Turkey Gobbler     

Full Poster

Manual Registration Form

Online Registration (Running Room)

 1km Map   3km Map   8km Map

Email: BeatonClassic@hotmail.ca
Phone: 705-692-3261

 

 

October 14 , 2018                             

Rotary Fun Run / Walk 2018

 

Race Times
Sunday October 14, 2018
Rotary Fun Run trail map, park information, and directions to the park.
Rotary 1K Fun Walk @ 9:00 A.M.
Rotary 5K Fun Run @ 9:30 A.M.
Family 5K Fun Run @ 9:30 A.M.

Registration Online

https://www.events.runningroom.com/site/15719/


Children Under 5 are free.
Continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. included with Run/Walk registration fee.
Guest spectators can pay $10 onsite for continental breakfast.

 

 

 

October 21, 2018

 

10k Championships on beautiful Manitoulin Island Plus 10k Walk

We have the 10 km Slower Runner Division for beginner runners and walkers.
Sponsored by the Wikwemikong Health Centre Diabetes Program this Race Starts at 10:00 a.m. Kaboni

10 Run Starts at 10:50 a.m.
Registration: 8:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. – Wasse Abin Pontiac School
Entry Fee: $20 for Adults $10 for Students
Shuttle service is available.

Info: (705) 859-3164

 

 

  October 21, 2018

 

Please click on the above poster for all information and registration

 

 

 

 

 

Run Club Update

 


 

 

Store News

 

Good afternoon Sudbury Runner's and Walker's,

See you all at Run Club tonight 6pm

Cheers,

your Sudbury Staff

 

We have FREE run club Wednesday nights at 6pm and Sunday mornings at 8:30am.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Track North News - by Dick Moss

 

 

 

 

Mike Woods/Geneseo Cross Country Invitational

9/29/18, Letchworth State Park, Mount Morris, New York

Sagriff Wins Geneseo. Both LU Squads Place 2nd

Paul Sagriff (Men's winner) (Photo credit to Adam Kalab):


The Laurentian cross-country running teams competed at the Mike Woods/Geneseo Invitational in New York’s Letchworth State Park this weekend with both teams bringing home second place trophies. Over 300 runners and 23 NCAA Division 3 teams competed in the men’s event, while 230 runners and 19 teams participated in the women’s race.

The men’s squad was led by Paul Sagriff’s first-place finish. Sagriff ran the 8km course in a time of 25:13 and was closely followed by teammates Liam Passi, who was 6th in 25:54; Eric Gareau, 16th in 26:20; Caleb Beland, 18th in 26:24 and Dylan McKevitt, who completed the scoring in 28th place in 27:05. Displacers were Jarod Milford who placed 106th in 29:11 and Mika Muinonen, who was 116th in 29:36.

“This was our best result since the men’s program was restored three years ago,” said Associate Head Coach, Darren Jermyn. “And Paul ran a super race. He and Liam Passi took an early lead until Geneseo’s Sean McAneny moved onto Paul’s shoulder at the 5km mark. It was then a duel between Paul and McAneny with multiple surges and a final big kick. It was definitely fun to watch.”

Individual Results – Laurentian Men

1, Paul Sagriff, 25:13

6, Liam Passi, 25:54

16, Eric Gareau, 26:20

18, Caleb Beland, 26:24

28, Dylan McKevitt, 27:05

106, Jarod Milford, 29:11

118, Mika Muinonen, 29:34

Top-5 Average Time: 26:11

Team Results

1. Geneseo, 32 pts

2. Laurentian, 69

3. Rowan College, 77

4. Delhi, 158

5. RIT. 185

6. Geneseo Alumni, 203

7. Penn State U – Behrend, 244

8. St. John Fisher, 270

9. Oswego College, 275

10. Rochester, 292

11. SUNY Poly, 306

12. Fredonia, 310

13. SUNY – ESF, 331

14. Adrian. 339

15. Nazareth College, 360

16. Penn College, 422

17. Hobart, 426

18. Shenandoah, 445

19. Alfred State, 557

20. D’Youville, 616

21. Alfred College, 673

22. Lycoming, 692

23. Hilbert, 697


Women's Start (Left to Right: 421 -Jenny Bottomley; 434 - Nicole Rich; 431 - Megan Crocker) (Photo credit to Adam Kalab):

The Laurentian women were led by incumbent champion, Jenny Bottomley, who came back from a summer injury to finish 4th in a time of 22:30 over the 6km course. She received strong backing from Megan Crocker, who placed 10th in 23:11; Nicole Rich, 12th in 23:20; Breanne Steven, 21st in 23:53 and rookie Sarah Thackeray, who was 25th in 24:11. Meghan Sippel was the sole displacer, finishing 37th in 24:41.

“This is our 6th time at this meet and we’ve always enjoyed it,” said head coach, Dick Moss. “It gives us a chance to compete against large fields and the cost is similar to competing in Windsor or Kingston. And to come away with two team medals is a lot of fun. It was unexpected, but the women matched their finish from last year, and the men improved to 2nd from last year’s 8th place finish. Coach Jermyn and his guys are doing a great job.”

Individual Results – Laurentian Women

4, Jenny Bottomley, 22:30

10, Megan Crocker, 23:11

12, Nicole Rich, 23:20

21, Breanne Steven, 23:53

25, Sarah Thackery, 24:11

37, Meghan Sippel, 24:41

78, Miranda Boudreau, 26:)4

Team Scores – Women

Geneseo, 17 pts

2. Laurentian, 72

3. RIT, 89

4. SUNY – ESF

5. William Smith, 193

6. Rochester, 216

7. Fredonia, 222

8. Oswego, 224

9. Shenandoah, 239

10. Nazareth, 245

11. PSU – Behrend, 260

12. St. John Fisher, 323

13. Adrian, 363

14. SUNY Poly, 424

15. Alfred State, 430

16. D’Youville, 439

17. Penn College, 474

18. Alfred College, 563

19. Hilbert College, 573

The Voyageur running squads’ next meet is the Marauder Bayfront XC Invitational in Hamilton on Friday October 12.

Thanks!

Dick

 



 

 

 

Dick Moss, Head Coach
Laurentian XC/Track Team
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