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Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (Thru November 2014)

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November was a fun month, full of running and racing. Run It Fast hosted a series of races after Thanksgiving, where many RIF members earned bling, reunited with old friends, made new ones, and accrued race miles along the way.

In coming down to the end of the year, the Extreme Racer contest is getting very close and it will be interesting next month to see everyone’s final standings. For our leading men, we’ve had a little shake-up. Holding the lead is RIF #121 Ed Ettinghausen with 3963.8 points, who this month broke the world record for the number of 100 mile races run in one year with 37 races. Apparently, he still plans to run 3 more this year to finish with an even 40. Congratulations to Ed! Taking over second place is RIF #190 John Kent Leighton with 1541.1 points. Now in third place is RIF #1 Joshua Holmes with 1538.5 points.

All of our leading females have managed to hold on to their respective spots, for now. Coming in first is RIF #159 Diane Bolton with 1358.36 points. Second place is RIF #323 Jennifer Hatcher with 1105.5 points.  Third place is RIF #287 Carol Earles with 985.2 points.

Here are the Extreme Racer Standings through November:

Extreme Racer Top 10 Leaderboard

1. Ed Ettinghausen – 3963.8 (RIF #121)
2. John Kent Leighton – 1541.1 (RIF #190)
3. Joshua Holmes – 1538.5 (RIF #1)
4. Diane Bolton – 1358.36 (RIF #159)
5. George Southgate – 1313.53 (RIF #279)
6. Jennifer Hatcher – 1105.5 (RIF #323)
7. Carol Earles – 985.2 (RIF #287)
8. Hideki Kinoshita – 909 (RIF #88)
9. Shane Tucker – 896.76 (RIF #337)
10. Heather Zeigler – 863.8 (RIF #246)

 

Extreme Racer Male Leaderboard

1. Ed Ettinghausen – 3963.8 (RIF #121)
2. John Kent Leighton – 1541.1 (RIF #190)
3. Joshua Holmes – 1538.5 (RIF #1)
4. George Southgate – 1313.53 (RIF #279)
5. Hideki Kinoshita – 909 (RIF #88)
6. Shane Tucker – 896.76 (RIF #337)
7. Denis McCarthy – 742.92 (RIF #263)
8. Bill Wells – 607.4 (RIF #327)
9. Scotty Winston – 556.5 (RIF #364)
10. Jeff Le – 547.6 (RIF #248)
11. Danny Staggs – 468.7 (RIF #186)
12. Rob Distante – 462.135 (RIF #259)
13. Jeff Liu – 454.4 (RIF #275)
14. Arland Blanton – 243.7 (RIF #290)
15. Ben Pennington – 207.6 (RIF #315)
16. Stephen Griffin – 172.5 (RIF #48)
17. Bill Baker – 160.6 (RIF #196)
18. Jeff Van Demark – 150.1 (RIF #322)
19. Nathan Bass – 139.2 (RIF #174)
20. Eric Waterman – 133.33 (RIF #289)
21. Steven Reagan – 127.1 (RIF #157)
22. Eric Spencer – 121.23 (RIF #320)
23. Robin Robbins – 98.7 (RIF #33)
24. Alex Barrientos – 41.7 (RIF #258)
25. Dennis Arriaga – 39.3 (RIF #140)
26. Brennan Thompson – 37.4 (RIF #274)
27. Jason Scott – 26.2 (RIF #265)

 

Extreme Racer Female Leaderboard

1. Diane Bolton – 1358.6 (RIF #159)
2. Jennifer Hatcher – 1105.5 (RIF #323)
3. Carol Earles – 985.2 (RIF #287)
4. Heather Zeigler – 863.8 (RIF #246)
5. Robin Mancinelli – 695.5 (RIF #134)
6. Suzanne Michelson – 695.2 (RIF #280)
7. Belinda Young – 662.8 (RIF #358)
8. Christy Scott – 422.2 (RIF #231)
9. Kim Crowe – 421.8 (RIF #245)
10. Donna England – 370.63 (RIF #277)
11. Amanda Staggs – 367.4 (RIF #210)
12. Alicia Eno – 358.4 (RIF #126)
13. Marj Mitchell – 300.4 (RIF #4)
14. Christy Bowers – 280.17 (RIF #60)
15. Tiffani Glass – 241.5 (RIF #328)
16. Julia Beavers – 233.1 (RIF #339)
17. Shannon Miller – 229.5 (RIF #338)
18. Sue Stephens-Wright – 227.09 (RIF #321)
19. Amber Goetz-Bouchard – 172.8 (RIF #15)
20. Michelle Lenahan – 114.8 (RIF #283)
21. Lisa Gonzales – 70.4 (RIF #5)
22. Kristen Love – 26.2 (RIF #238)
23. Natalie Torres – 13.1 (RIF #72)
24. Deb Palmer Distante – 13.1 (RIF #351)

 

With only a few weeks left in the year, I hope everyone takes the opportunity to get in as many race miles as possible. Next month will tell the tale of the most extreme racer in Run It Fast.

Have a wonderful Christmas, everyone! And a fun and safe New Year!

[Extreme Racer points are rewarded per each racing mile completed. Example: marathon = 26.2 points, half marathon 13.1 points, etc.]

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