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Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru April 2017)

Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru April 2017)

Bart Yasso and Patricia Klein - Run It Fast

April showers didn’t keep this bunch inside. April brought in 3,039.30 miles with a total for the year at 9,914.96 miles so far for 2017. This update is through the end of April. Who will be our 2017 winner? The numbers are still close right now. Below are the ones leading the charge for now and it’s anyone’s to win. If you forgot to enter your race miles you still can and we will include them in the next update. Don’t forget to update your points for Mayl as soon as your races are finished. Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Leading the women is RIF #644 Ila Brandli with 712.2 points. Second place, RIF #525 Karen Vollan with 565.9 points. Coming in third place is RIF #450 Patricia Klein with 548.5 points.

Leading the men is RIF #279 George Southgate  with 682.5 points. Second place, RIF #263 Denis McCarthy with 644.34 points. Coming in third place is RIF #638 Ken Fattmann with 615 points.  

Here are the standings through April:

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1. Ila Brandli – 712.2 points (RIF #644)
  2. George Southgate – 682.5 points (RIF #279)
  3. Denis McCarthy – 644.34  points (RIF #263)
  4. Ken Fattmann – 615 points (RIF #638)
  5. Karen Vollan – 565.9 points (RIF #525)
  6. Patricia Klein – 548.5 points (RIF #450)
  7. Andrea Kooiman – 478.9 points (RIF #404)
  8. Cheryl Bryll – 413.3 points (RIF #432)
  9. John Kent Leighton – 394.9 points (RIF #190)
  10. Calix Fattmann – 379.2 points (RIF #653)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1. Ila Brandli – 712.2 points (RIF #644)
  2. Karen Vollan – 565.9 points (RIF #525)
  3. Patricia Klein – 548.5 points (RIF #450)
  4. Andrea Kooiman – 478.9 points (RIF #404)
  5. Cheryl Bryll – 413.3 points (RIF #432)
  6. Teal Clark – 277.5 points (RIF #473)
  7. Diane Bolton – 259.2 points (RIF #159)
  8. Greta Reed – 204.6 points (RIF #643)
  9. Kit Brazier – 200.2 points (RIF #548)
  10. Audrena Liu – 156 points (RIF #463)
  11. Tiffani Glass – 135 points (RIF #328)
  12. Christy Bowers – 98.9 points (RIF #60)
  13. Marylou Corino – 77.6 points (RIF #410)
  14. Robin Brunet – 65.1 points (RIF #564)
  15. Candice Graciano – 59.6 points (RIF #545)
  16. Juleann Roberts – 36.66 points (RIF #623)
  17. Marj Mitchell – 33.3 points (RIF #4)
  18. Michelle Talbott – 28.2 points (RIF #527)
  19. Aimee Shilling – 26.2 points (RIF #418)
  20. Jill Williams – 22.4 points (RIF #521)

 

Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1. George Southgate – 682.5 points (RIF #279)
  2. Denis McCarthy – 644.34 points (RIF #263)
  3. Ken Fattmann – 615 points (RIF #638)
  4. John Kent Leighton – 394.9 points (RIF #190)
  5. Calix Fattmann – 379.2 points (RIF #653)
  6. Jeremy Reed – 322.4 points (RIF #642)
  7. Joshua Holmes – 306.9 points (RIF #1)
  8. Shane Tucker – 291.2 points (RIF #337)
  9. Jean Aponte – 247.2 points (RIF #659)
  10. Steve Acciarito – 200.7 points (RIF #607)
  11. Aaron Braunstein – 193 points (RIF #355)
  12. Mike Samuelson – 166.8 points (RIF #282)
  13. Aaron Smith – 161.1 points (RIF #640)
  14. Eric Hunziker – 158.6 points (RIF #660)
  15. Steven Smith – 150 points (RIF #387)
  16. Michael SK Mortensen – 127.3 points (RIF #553)
  17. Seth Crowe – 126.7 points (RIF #541)
  18. Stewart Crouch – 120.3 points (RIF #89)
  19. Shane Beck – 72.4 points (RIF #585)
  20. Darrell Richardson – 66.3 points (RIF #625)
  21. Derek Tinnin – 50 points (RIF #637)
  22. Charles Roberts – 32.66 points (RIF #622)
  23. David Essary – 6.2 points (RIF #475)

 

Endurance is not just the ability to bear a hard thing, but to turn it into glory.” ~ William Barclay

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

 

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Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru March 2017)

Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru March 2017)

George Southgate photo by Tim Rogan - Run It Fast

First quarter is done! March brought in 2,641.92 miles with a total of 6,901.86 miles so far in 2017. This update is through the end of March. Who will be our 2017 winner? The numbers are really close right now. Below are the ones leading the charge for now and it’s anyone’s to win. If you forgot to enter your race miles you still can and we will include them in the next update. Don’t forget to update your points for April as soon as your races are finished. Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Leading the women is RIF #644 Ila Brandli with 510.9 points. Second place, RIF#525 Karen Vollan with 427.7 points. Coming in third place is RIF #432 Cheryl Bryll with 413.3 points.

Leading the men is RIF #279 George Southgate with 517.4 points. Second place, RIF #263 Denis McCarthy  with 484.14 points. Coming in third place is RIF #638 Ken Fattmann with 405.4 points.

Here are the standings through March:

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1. George Southgate – 517.4 points (RIF #279)
  2. Ila Brandli – 510.9 points (RIF #644)
  3. Denis McCarthy – 484.14 points (RIF #263)
  4. Karen Vollan – 427.7 points (RIF #525)
  5. Cheryl Bryll – 413.3 points (RIF #432)
  6. Ken Fattmann – 405.4 points (RIF #638)
  7. Patricia Klein – 359.4 points (RIF #450)
  8. Andrea Kooiman – 281.7 points (RIF #404)
  9. Teal Clark – 277.5 points (RIF #473)
  10. Calix Fattmann – 274.4 points (RIF #653)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1. Ila Brandli – 510.9 points (RIF #644)
  2. Karen Vollan – 427.7 points (RIF #525)
  3. Cheryl Bryll – 413.3 points (RIF #432)
  4. Patricia Klein – 359.4 points (RIF #450)
  5. Andrea Kooiman – 281.7 points (RIF #404)
  6. Teal Clark – 277.5 points (RIF #473)
  7. Kit Brazier – 174 points (RIF #548)
  8. Diane Bolton – 171.3 points (RIF #159)
  9. Tiffani Glass – 105.7 points (RIF #328)
  10. Marylou Corino – 77.6 points (RIF #410)
  11. Christy Bowers – 58.6 points (RIF #60)
  12. Robin Brunet – 49.6 points (RIF #564)
  13. Greta Reed – 48.6 points (RIF #643)
  14. Candice Graciano – 46.5 points (RIF #545)
  15. Juleann Roberts – 26.36 points (RIF #623)
  16. Aimee Shilling – 26.2 points (RIF #418)
  17. Michelle Talbott – 12 points (RIF #527)
  18. Jill Williams – 9.3 points (RIF #521)

 

Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1. George Southgate – 517.4 points (RIF #279)
  2. Denis McCarthy – 484.14 points (RIF #263)
  3. Ken Fattmann – 405.4 points (RIF #638)
  4. Calix Fattmann – 274.4 points (RIF #653)
  5. John Kent Leighton – 249.1 points (RIF #190)
  6. Joshua Holmes – 203.8 points (RIF #1)
  7. Shane Tucker – 166.1 points (RIF #337)
  8. Aaron Smith – 161.1 points (RIF #640)
  9. Steven Smith – 150 points (RIF #387)
  10. Jean Aponte – 147.2 points (RIF #659)
  11. Mike Samuelson – 140.6 points (RIF #282)
  12. Aaron Braunstein – 135.8 points (RIF #355)
  13. Jeremy Reed – 132.4 points (RIF #642)
  14. Stewart Crouch – 120.3 points (RIF #89)
  15. Steve Acciarito – 116 points (RIF #607)
  16. Michael SK Mortensen – 82 points (RIF #553)
  17. Shane Beck – 72.4 points (RIF #585)
  18. Seth Crowe – 71.2 points (RIF #541)
  19. Darrell Richardson – 66.3 points (RIF #625)
  20. Eric Hunziker – 51.4 points (RIF #660)
  21. Derek Tinnin – 50 points (RIF #637)
  22. Charles Roberts – 22.36  points (RIF #622)
  23. David Essary – 6.2 points (RIF #475)

 

The body achieves what the mind believes.

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

 

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Mary Keitany London Marathon Women Only World Record – Run It Fast

Mary Keitany Breaks Women’s Only World Record at London Marathon

Mary Keitany London Marathon Women Only World Record - Run It Fast

Kenya’s Mary Keitany made marathon history at the London Marathon on Sunday when she ran the fastest marathon ever in a ‘Women’s Only’ marathon with a time of 2:17:01.

The IAAF recognizes two world records for women, a “Mixed Gender” record of 2:15:25, set by Paula Radcliffe of the United Kingdom on April 13, 2003 at the London Marathon, and a (pending ratification) “Women Only” record of 2:17:01, set by Mary Keitany, on April 23, 2017 at the London Marathon. – Wikipedia

It is Keitany’s third time to win the London Marathon.

Mary Keitany London Marathon Time Women Only World Record - Run It Fast

Super fast and impressive job by Mary.  One day Radcliffe’s mixed women’s record will fall but the fact that it has stood for 14 years and has had little competition in that time is a testament to what a performance Paula but down back at the London Marathon in 2003.

Daniel Wanjiru London Marathon 2017 Winner - Run It Fast

Fellow Kenyan Daniel Wanjiru won the men’s race with a time of 2:05:48.

images: @LondonMarathon

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Geoffrey Kirui Wins Boston Marathon

Geoffrey Kirui Wins 2017 Boston Marathon Over Galen Rupp (Results)

Geoffrey Kirui Wins Boston Marathon

Kenya’s Geoffrey Kirui broke away from American Galen Rupp over the last 2 miles to win the 2017 Boston Marathon in 2:09:37.  Rupp finished 20 seconds behind in 2:09:57.

Both men broke away from a large pack of elites with about 10k to go. Many thought Rupp would outkick Kirui to the finish but that simply wasn’t the case as Kirui broke away with ease to secure the victory.

Top 10 Boston Marathon Men

  1. Geoffrey Kirui – 2:09:37 (KEN)
  2. Galen Rupp – 2:09:57 (USA)
  3. Suguru Osako – 2:10:28 (JPN)
  4. Shadrack Biwott – 2:12:08 (USA)
  5. Wilson Chebet – 2:12:35 (KEN)
  6. Abdi Abdirahman – 2:12:45 (USA)
  7. Agustus Maiyo – 2:13:16 (USA)
  8. Dino Sefir – 2:14:26 (ETH)
  9. Luke Puskedra – 2:14:45 (USA)
  10. Jared Ward – 2:15:28 (USA)

American Meb Keflezighi finished 2:17:01 in what he has said will be his last Boston Marathon as an elite competitor. His last race will be the New York City Marathon. Big thank you to Meb for all he has done for the sport and marathoning in the USA.

Congrats to Geoffrey and all the elite men on great performances today.

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Edna Kiplagat Wins Boston Marathon 2017

Kenya’s Edna Kiplagat Wins 2017 Boston Marathon (Women) – Results

Edna Kiplagat Wins Boston Marathon 2017
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Kenya’s Edna Kiplagat dominated the 2017 Boston Marathon winning the 121st running of the prestigious race in a time of 2:21:51

She led nearly from wire to wire and over the second half of the race she had no one close to her.

Congrats to Edna on an amazing and dominant performance.

Boston Marathon Top 10 Women:

  1. Edna Kiplagat – 2:21:51 (KEN)
  2. Rose Chelimo – 2:22:51 (BRN)
  3. Jordan Hasay – 2:23:00 (USA)
  4. Des Linden – 2:25:06 (USA)
  5. Gladys Cherono – 2:27:20 (KEN)
  6. Valentine Kipketer – 2:29:35 (KEN)
  7. Buzunesh Deba – 2:30:58 (ETH)
  8. Brigid Kosgei – 2:32:48 (KEN)
  9. Diane Nukuri – 2:32:24 (BDI)
  10. Ruti Aga – 2:33:26 (ETH)

Amazing performances by all the lead women.

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Laz’s Regret with Gary Robbins Near Barkley Finish

Lazarus Lake explains the hectic and chaos at the finish of The Barkley Marathons yesterday when Gary Robbins arrived at the yellow gate after 60 hours 00 minutes 06 seconds.

Here is what he said to clarify what happened at The Yellow Gate:

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Explained in a way only Laz can explain.

Congrats to John Kelly on becoming the 16th finisher of The Barkley Marathons. Big tip of the hat as well to Gary Robbins on an amazing effort that was just barely short. True #RunItFast Grit.

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RIF Musketeers

Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru February 2017)

RIF Musketeers

March is upon us and with it, longer, warmer days! Looking at these numbers, the cold didn’t keep these runners from getting out.  February brought in 1,825.32 miles with a total for the year at 3822.64 miles so far in 2017. This update is through the end of February. Who will be our 2017 winner? The numbers are really close right now. Below are the ones leading the charge for now and it’s anyone’s to win. If you forgot to enter your race miles you still can and we will include them in the next update. Don’t forget to update your points for March as soon as your races are finished. Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Leading the women is RIF #525 Karen Vollan with 336 points. Second place, RIF #644 Ila Brandli with 335.8 points. Coming in third place is RIF #432 Cheryl Bryll with 258.5 points.

Leading the men is RIF #279 George Southgate with 309.2 points. Second place, RIF #263 Denis McCarthy  with 297.52 points. Coming in third place is RIF #638 Ken Fattmann with 287.5 points..

Here are the standings through February:

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 336 points (RIF #525)
  2. Ila Brandli – 335.8 points (RIF #644)
  3. George Southgate – 309.2 points (RIF #279)
  4. Denis McCarthy – 297.52 points (RIF #263)
  5. Ken Fattmann – 287.5 points (RIF #638)
  6. Cheryl Bryll – 258.5 points (RIF #432)
  7. Andrea Kooiman – 202.4 points (RIF #404)
  8. Teal Clark – 198.9 points (RIF #473)
  9. Calix Fattmann – 182.7 points (RIF #653)
  10. John Kent Leighton – 149.9 points (RIF #190)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 336 points (RIF #525)
  2. Ila Brandli – 335.8 points (RIF #644)
  3. Cheryl Bryll – 258.5 points (RIF #432)
  4. Andrea Kooiman – 202.4 points (RIF #404)
  5. Teal Clark – 198.9 points (RIF #473)
  6. Patricia Klein – 138.9 points (RIF #450)
  7. Diane Bolton – 118.9 points (RIF #159)
  8. Kit Brazier – 95.4 points (RIF #548)
  9. Tiffani Glass – 79.5 points (RIF #328)
  10. Christy Bowers – 32.4 points (RIF #60)
  11. Robin Brunet – 31 points (RIF #564)
  12. Aimee Shilling – 26.2 points (RIF #418)
  13. Juleann Roberts – 20.16 points (RIF #623)
  14. Michelle Talbott – 12 points (RIF #527)
  15. Jill Williams – 9.3 points (RIF #521)


Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1. George Southgate – 309.2 points (RIF #279)
  2. Denis McCarthy – 297.52 points (RIF #263)
  3. Ken Fattmann – 287.5 points (RIF #638)
  4. Calix Fattmann – 182.7 points (RIF #653)
  5. John Kent Leighton – 149.9 points (RIF #190)
  6. Joshua Holmes – 126.2 points (RIF #1)
  7. Jeremy Reed – 110 points (RIF #642)
  8. Shane Tucker – 106.1 points (RIF #337)
  9. Aaron Smith – 92.8 points (RIF #640)
  10. Stewart Crouch – 81 points (RIF #89)
  11. Mike Samuelson – 52.4 points (RIF #282)
  12. Shane Beck – 46.2 points (RIF #585)
  13. Aaron Braunstein – 26.2 points (RIF #355)
  14. Darrell Richardson – 22.2 points (RIF #625)
  15. Charles Roberts – 16.16 points (RIF #622)
  16. Steve Acciarito – 15 points (RIF #607)
  17. David Essary – 6.2 points (RIF #475)

 

Endurance is one of the most difficult disciplines, but it is to the one that endures that the final victory comes.~Buddha

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

 

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Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru January 2017)

Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru January 2017)

Vol State Day 2 Road Photo by Julia Beavers - Run It Fast

It’s a new year and a new Extreme Racer Competition! January has started us off with 1,346.72 miles for the beginning of 2017. This update is through the end of January. Who will be our 2017 winner? Below are the ones leading the charge so far and it’s anyone’s to win. If you forgot to enter your race miles you still can and we will include them in the next update. Don’t forget to update your points for February as soon as your races are finished. Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Leading the women is RIF #525 Karen Vollan with 257.4 points. Second place, RIF #432 Cheryl Bryll with 131 points. Coming in third place is RIF #404 Andrea Kooiman with 113.1 points.

Leading the men is RIF #263 Denis McCarthy with 157.2 points. Second place, RIF #638 Ken Fattmann  with 147.2 points. Coming in third place is RIF #279 George Southgate with 145.8 points..

Here are the standings through January:

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 257.4 points (RIF #525)
  2. Denis McCarthy – 157.2 points (RIF #263)
  3. Ken Fattmann – 147.2 points (RIF #638)
  4. George Southgate – 145.8 points (RIF #279)
  5. Cheryl Bryll – 131 points (RIF #432)
  6. Andrea Kooiman – 113.1 points (RIF #404)
  7. Teal Clark – 107.2 points (RIF #473)
  8. Joshua Holmes – 50 points (RIF #1)
  9. Shane Tucker – 44.1 points (RIF #337)
  10. Tiffani Glass – 39 points (RIF #328)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 257.4 points (RIF #525)
  2. Cheryl Bryll – 131 points (RIF #432)
  3. Andrea Kooiman – 113.1 points (RIF #404)
  4. Teal Clark – 107.2 points (RIF #473)
  5. Tiffani Glass – 39 points (RIF #328)
  6. Robin Brunet – 31 points (RIF #564)
  7. Kit Brazier – 26.2 points (RIF #548)
  8. Christy Bowers – 16.2 points (RIF #60)
  9. Michelle Talbott – 8 points (RIF #527)
  10. Juleann Roberts – 4.96 points (RIF #623)

 


Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1. Denis McCarthy – 157.2 points (RIF #263)
  2. Ken Fattmann – 147.2 points (RIF #638)
  3. George Southgate – 145.8 points (RIF #279)
  4. Joshua Holmes – 50 points (RIF #1)
  5. Shane Tucker – 44.1 points (RIF #337)
  6. Aaron Braunstein – 26.2 points (RIF #355)
  7. Darrell Richardson – 22.2 points (RIF #625)
  8. Steve Acciarito – 15 points (RIF #607)
  9. Charles Roberts – 4.96 points (RIF #622)

Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.~T.S. Eliot

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

 

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2016 Extreme Racer Champ Karen Vollan

Karen Vollan Wins Run It Fast’s 2016 Extreme Racer (Final Results)

2016 Extreme Racer Champ Karen Vollan

Las Vegas native Karen Vollan is the winner of Run It Fast’s 2016 Extreme Racer. Karen (RIF #525) rocked the Extreme Racer racking up 3,496.7 points. She is the first female to win the Extreme Racer, and joins RIF legends John Leighton, Ed Ettinghausen, David Wingard, and Steve Hughes as winners of this grueling, year-long competition.

Karen completed 125 races in 2016 of marathon distance (26.2) or longer for a total of 3,496.7 points. Extreme Racer awards 1 point for each race mile. She averaged 27.97 miles per race. Impressive and unfathomable numbers for most of us. Congrats, Karen!

Last year’s Extreme Racer champion, RIF #190 John Leighton, finished strong again with a second place finish of 1,889.35 points. John is the most consistently impressive runner in Extreme Racer history. In addition to last year’s win, he has three runner-ups including this year, and a fourth place finish the very first year of the XR.

Third place Extreme Racer is RIF #279 George Southgate with 1,761.3 points. In his four years of competing in Extreme Racer he has a 3rd, 2nd, and two 5th place finishes.

Run It Fast Members (who participated in Extreme Racer) ran 25,156.19 miles total for the year!

Don’t forget to update your points for January at the end of the month! If you are a RIF member and have questions on participating in Extreme Racer then simply message us.

 Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Top 3 Women for 2016: First Place, RIF #525 Karen Vollan - 3,496.7 points. Second Place, RIF #473 Teal Clark – 1071.55 points. Third Place, RIF #159 Diane Bolton – 1026.72 points.

Top 3 Men for 2016: First Place, RIF #190 John Kent Leighton – 1,889.35 points. Second Place, RIF #279 George Southgate – 1,761.3 points. Third Place, RIF #387 Steven Smith  – 1,335.7 points..

Extreme Racer Final 2016 Standings

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1.       Karen Vollan – 3,496.7 points (RIF #525)
  2.       John Kent Leighton – 1,889.35 points (RIF #190)
  3.       George Southgate – 1,761.3 points (RIF #279)
  4.       Steven Smith – 1,335.7 points (RIF #387)
  5.       Mark McCaslin – 1,226.7 points (RIF #486)
  6.       Teal Clark – 1,071.55 points (RIF #473)
  7.       Mike Samuelson – 1,037.6 points (RIF #282)
  8.       Diane Bolton – 1,026.72 points (RIF #159)
  9.       Marylou Corino – 1,022.1 points (RIF #410)
  10.       Joshua Holmes – 914 points (RIF #1)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1.       Karen Vollan – 3496.7 points (RIF #525)
  2.       Teal Clark – 1071.55 points (RIF #473)
  3.       Diane Bolton – 1026.72 points (RIF #159)
  4.       Marylou Corino – 1022.1 points (RIF #410)
  5.       Andrea Kooiman – 727.9 points (RIF #404)
  6.       Tiffani Glass – 570.82 points (RIF #328)
  7.       Kit Brazier – 530.58 points (RIF #548)
  8.       Patricia Klein – 497.8 points (RIF #450)
  9.       Robin Brunet – 496.23 points (RIF #564)
  10.   Maricris Beauchamp – 436.08 points (RIF #518)
  11.   Christy Bowers – 436.07 points (RIF #60)
  12.   Cheryl Bryll – 379.4 points (RIF #432)
  13.   Jill Williams – 255.8 points (RIF #521)
  14.   Marj Mitchell – 196.7 points (RIF #4)
  15.   Suzanne Michelson – 191.2 points (RIF #280)
  16.   Shannon Miller – 124.8 points (RIF #338)
  17.   Michelle Lenahan – 114.4 points (RIF #283)
  18.   Jennifer Liles-Dorris – 99.9 points (RIF #398)
  19.   Michelle Talbott – 99.7 points (RIF #527)
  20.   Erin Goetz – 92 points (RIF #443)
  21.   Candice Graciano – 77.9 points (RIF #545)
  22.   Lisa Gonzales – 51.7 points (RIF #5)
  23.   Daniela Obregon – 30 points (RIF #49)
  24.   Robin Crouch – 29.3 points (RIF #208)
  25.   Angie Whitworth Pace – 29.3 points (RIF #447)

 

Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1. John Kent Leighton – 1889.35 points (RIF #190)
  2. George Southgate – 1761.3 points (RIF #279)
  3. Steven Smith – 1335.7 points (RIF #387)
  4. Mark McCaslin – 1226.7 points (RIF #486)
  5. Mike Samuelson – 1037.6 points (RIF #282)
  6. Joshua Holmes – 914 points (RIF #1)
  7. Shane Tucker – 769.7 points (RIF #337)
  8. Sal Coll – 711.55 points (RIF #425)
  9. Denis McCarthy – 508.17 points (RIF #263)
  10. Chuck Engle – 463.15 points (RIF #70)
  11. Jeff Liu – 423.8 points (RIF #275)
  12. Seth Crowe – 414.1 points (RIF #541)
  13. Michael Dasalla – 369.42 points (RIF #411)
  14. Scotty Winston – 276.4 points (RIF #364)
  15. Andy Noise – 245.2 points (RIF #570)
  16. Michael SK Mortensen – 204 points (RIF #553)
  17. David Mickelsen – 142.4 points (RIF #164)
  18. Shane Beck – 120.3 points (RIF #585)
  19. Rich Peers – 107.2 points (RIF #591)
  20. Karl Studtmann – 78.6 points (RIF #221)
  21. Stewart Crouch – 42.4 points (RIF #89)
  22. Arland Blanton – 26.2 points (RIF #290)


Past Extreme Racer Winners

2015 Extreme Racer Winner – John Leighton (Results)
2014 Extreme Racer Winner – Ed Ettinghausen (Results)
2013 Extreme Racer Winner – David Wingard (Results)
2012 Extreme Racer Winner – Steve Hughes (Results)

Believe that you can run farther or faster. Believe that you’re young enough, old enough, strong enough, and so on to accomplish everything you want to do. Don’t let worn-out beliefs stop you from moving beyond yourself.” -John Bingham, running speaker and writer

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

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Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru November 2016)

Run It Fast’s Extreme Racer Standings (thru November 2016)

Deo Jaravata and Joshua Holmes at Nanny Goat 2015 - Run It Fast

One month left of The Extreme Racer Competition. November brought in 2,172 miles for the month and 23,703 miles total for the year! This update is through the end of November. First place has quite the lead but the competition is close between others in the overall Top 10. Looking for races to enter? Be sure to check out the Run It Fast – Club Race Discounts in the Facebook group.

Leading the women is RIF #525 Karen Vollan with 3,053.5 points. Second place, RIF #473 Teal Clark with 990.95 points. Coming in third place is RIF #410 Marylou Corino with 957.6 points.

Leading the men is RIF #190 John Kent Leighton with 1,792.85 points. Second place, RIF #279 George Southgate with 1,593.1 points. Coming in third place is RIF  #387 Steven Smith  with 1,322.6 points..

Here are the standings through November:

Extreme Racer Top Ten Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 3053.5 points (RIF #525)
  2. John Kent Leighton – 1792.85 points (RIF #190)
  3. George Southgate – 1593.1 points (RIF #279)
  4. Steven Smith – 1322.6 points (RIF #387)
  5. Mark McCaslin – 1226.7 points (RIF #486)
  6. Teal Clark – 990.95 points (RIF #473)
  7. Mike Samuelson – 959 points (RIF #282)
  8. Marylou Corino – 957.6 points (RIF #410)
  9. Joshua Holmes – 862.4 points (RIF #1)
  10. Diane Bolton – 848.85 points (RIF #159)

 

Extreme Racer Women’s Leaderboard

  1. Karen Vollan – 3053.5 points (RIF #525)
  2. Teal Clark – 990.95 points (RIF #473)
  3. Marylou Corino – 957.6 points (RIF #410)
  4. Diane Bolton – 848.85 points (RIF #159)
  5. Andrea Kooiman – 727.9 points (RIF #404)
  6. Tiffani Glass – 534.32  points (RIF #328)
  7. Kit Brazier – 530.58 points (RIF #548)
  8. Patricia Klein – 497.8 points (RIF #450)
  9. Robin Brunet – 489.53 points (RIF #564)
  10. Maricris Beauchamp – 436.08 points (RIF #518)
  11. Christy Bowers – 395.3 points (RIF #60)
  12. Cheryl Bryll – 379.4 points (RIF #432)
  13. Jill Williams – 213.1 points (RIF #521)
  14. Marj Mitchell – 196.7 points (RIF #4)
  15. Suzanne Michelson – 191.2 points (RIF #280)
  16. Shannon Miller – 124.8 points (RIF #338)
  17. Michelle Lenahan – 114.4 points (RIF #283)
  18. Jennifer Liles-Dorris – 99.9 points (RIF #398)
  19. Michelle Talbott – 99.7 points (RIF #527)
  20. Erin Goetz – 92 points (RIF #443)
  21. Candice Graciano – 77.9 points (RIF #545)
  22. Lisa Gonzales – 51.7 points (RIF #5)
  23. Daniela Obregon – 30 points (RIF #49)
  24. Robin Crouch – 29.3 points (RIF #208)
  25. Angie Whitworth Pace – 29.3 points (RIF #447)

Extreme Racer Men’s Leaderboard

  1.  John Kent Leighton – 1792.85 points (RIF #190)
  2.  George Southgate – 1593.1 points (RIF #279)  
  3.  Steven Smith – 1322.6 points (RIF #387)
  4.  Mark McCaslin – 1226.7 points (RIF #486)
  5.  Mike Samuelson – 959 points (RIF #282)
  6.  Joshua Holmes – 862.4 points (RIF #1)
  7.  Sal Coll – 711.55 points (RIF #425)
  8.  Shane Tucker – 706.5 points (RIF #337)
  9.  Denis McCarthy – 508.17 points (RIF #263)
  10.  Chuck Engle – 463.15 points (RIF #70)
  11.  Jeff Liu – 423.8 points (RIF #275)
  12.  Seth Crowe – 379.7 points (RIF #541)
  13.  Michael Dasalla – 319.42 points (RIF #411)
  14.  Scotty Winston – 276.4 points (RIF #364)
  15.  Andy Noise – 245.2 points (RIF #570)
  16.  Michael SK Mortensen – 204 points (RIF #553)
  17.  David Mickelsen – 142.4 points (RIF #164)
  18.  Shane Beck – 120.3 points (RIF #585)
  19.  Rich Peers – 107.2 points (RIF #591)
  20.  Karl Studtmann – 78.6 points (RIF #221)
  21.  Stewart Crouch – 42.4 points (RIF #89)
  22.  Arland Blanton – 26.2 points (RIF #290)

Long distance training can be a positive and constructive form of selfishness. After all, once you’re at the starting line, you’re there by yourself. No one can run a single step for you. No one can jump in and help you. No one but you can make the decisions about what to do to keep going. It’s all up to you.” -John Bingham, running speaker and writer

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

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