Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (Thru March 2015)

Deo Jaravata, Yolanda Holder, Andrea Kooiman, Joshua Holmes before the Catalina Eco Marathon

Spring has sprung, and runners are starting to come out of their burrows. No matter where you call home, runners and walkers alike are covering roads and sidewalks in their running shoes with their friends, pets and strollers in tow, enjoying the warm sunshine and doing their best to shed a few winter pounds. Whether you are an indoor winter runner or a year-round outdoor vet, race mileage is beginning to accrue and, with it, points. Extreme Racer points, that is.

With Run It Fast’s continual growth of new members, the Extreme Racer competition already has many new competitors than last year, and I enjoy seeing how the change in competition shakes up the standings. Particularly, there are several more women who are taking part this year. Therefore, I will start this post with the women’s leaderboard.

Run It Fast Extreme Racer Leaders

In first place for the women is RIF #404 Andrea Kooiman with 352.3 points. In second place is the female winner for 2014, RIF #159 Diane Bolton with 328.2 points. Third place is held by RIF #280 Suzanne Michelson with 235.8

Leading the men is RIF #190 John Kent Leighton with 485.45 points. Second place is held by RIF #279 George Southgate with 446 points. In third place is RIF founder and RIF #1 Joshua Holmes with 392.6 points.

Here are the 2015 Extreme Racer standings through March:

Extreme Racer Top 10 Leaderboard:

1. John Kent Leighton – 485.45 (RIF #190)
2. George Southgate – 446 (RIF #279)
3. Joshua Holmes – 392.6 (RIF #1)
4. Andrea Kooiman – 352.3 (RIF #404)
5. Diane Bolton – 328.2 (RIF #159)
6. Steven Smith – 269.7 (RIF #3870
7. Denis McCarthy –  235.8 (RIF #263)
8. Suzanne Michelson – 235.8 (RIF #280)
9. Belinda Young – 231.6 (RIF #358)
10. Amanda Staggs – 203.7 (RIF #210)

Extreme Racer Female Leaderboard

1. Andrea Kooiman – 352.3 (RIF #404)
2. Diane Bolton – 328.2 (RIF #159)
3. Suzanne Michelson – 235.8 (RIF #280)
4. Belinda Young – 231.6 (RIF #358)
5. Amanda Staggs – 203.7 (RIF #210)
6. Angie Whitworth Pace – 194.1 (RIF #447)
7. Christa Baker – 171 (RIF #436)
8. Patricia Klein – 145.5 (RIF #450)
9. Heather Zeigler – 131 (RIF #246)
10. Ines Cooper – 120.5 (RIF #448)
11. Leslie Harwell – 120.2 (RIF #417)
12. Kim Crowe – 115.1 (RIF #245)
13. Marylou Corino – 114.7 (RIF #410)
14. Christy Bowers – 100.6 (RIF #60)
15. Christy Scott – 93 (RIF #231)
16. Donna Dworak – 92 (RIF #310)
17. Heather Shoemaker – 91.7 (RIF #44)
18. Jennifer Hatcher – 81.7 (RIF #323)
19. Lisa Gonzales – 77.9 (RIF #5)
20.Tiffani Glass – 69.7 (RIF #328)
21. Aimee Shilling – 65.1 (RIF #418)
22. Marj Mitchell – 29.3 (RIF #4)
23. Sue Stephens-Wright – 26.2 (RIF #321)
24. Shannon Miller – 26.2 (RIF #338)
25. Helen McMullen – 26.2 (RIF #390)
26. Erin Goetz – 19.3 (RIF #443)
27. Julia Beavers – 15.5 (RIF #339)
28. Laura Ann Evanoika – 13.1 (RIF #433)

Extreme Racer Male Leaderboard

1. John Kent Leighton – 485.45 (RIF #190)
2. George Southgate – 446 (RIF #190)
3. Joshua Holmes – 392.6 (RIF #1)
4. Steven Smith – 269.7 (RIF #387)
5. Denis McCarthy – 235.8 (RIF #263)
6. Shane Tucker – 187.9 (RIF #337)
7. Arland Blanton – 183.4 (RIF #290)
8. Jeff Liu – 181 (RIF #275)
9. Chris Baker – 171 (RIF #437)
10. Charlie Taylor – 157.2 (RIF #353)
11. John Sotomayor – 140.2 (RIF #393)
12. Nathan Bass – 103.1 (RIF #174)
13. Brian Recore – 100 (RIF #395)
14. David Mickelsen – 92.5 (RIF 164)
15. Michael Dasalla – 83.4 (RIF #411)
16. Dennis Arriaga – 63.1 (RIF #140)
17. Jeff Van Demark – 61 (RIF #322)
18. Mark Ogletree – 41.7 (RIF #247)
19. Ben Herron – 39.3 (RIF #408)
20. Jeff Le – 31 (RIF #248)
21. Robin Robbins – 22.54 (RIF #33)
22. Rick Glass – 8 (RIF #401)

This year will hold so much in store for members of Run It Fast all over the globe, as the club continues to grow and runners continue doing what they love to do; run. With every mile, every step you take, you inspire someone. Even if you don’t know it. Continue to push your boundaries and be amazed with the outcome.

[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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