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Day 7 Run It Fast Race Across the USA Map

Day 7: Run It Fast’s Race Across the USA – We Are Superman!

Run It Fast’s Race Across the USA wrapped up it’s first week on Sunday. Rev Run won the day again just falling short of 200 miles on the day. The surprise team of the weekend, Alfa’s Omegas, finished second on the day with 164.06 miles with strong contributions from everyone on the team. The Metcalvary was third on the day and in second place overall.

The high mile runner on the day was Rev’s Ed Ettinghausen with 42.41 miles.

The Top 5 Teams on Day 7

  1. Rev Run – 195.89
  2. Alfa’s Omegas – 164.06
  3. The Metcalvary – 160.91
  4. Trip 2 My Lou – 160.21
  5. The Beetroots – 145.86

Link to the Google Map showing where each team is on it’s Race Across the USA

Race Across the USA Overall Standings (daily total)

  1. Rev Run – 1,380.33 miles (195.89)
  2. The Metcalvary – 1,067.37 miles (160.91)
  3. Crowe Bars – 969.25 miles (135.67) +1
  4. Tuck ‘n Stroll – 960.80 miles (106.18) -1
  5. Trip 2 My Lou – 959.13 miles (160.21) +2
  6. Grapes of Rath – 947.91 (134.32)
  7. Mojo Rising – 932.75 miles (114.11) -2
  8. Alfa’s Omegas – 927.38 miles (164.06)
  9. Peers One – 826.09 miles (122.07)
  10. Kicking Glass – 796.24 miles (98.62)
  11. The Beetroots – 794.50 miles (145.86) +1
  12. Eli’s PR Ice – 757.21 miles (104.03) -1

New York City to Santa Monica Pier Distance: 2,907.00 Miles

Ed Barnette is the Race Across the USA’s Peak Performer of the day with 24.84 miles for Eli’s PR Ice. Ed did the most miles he has ever covered in one day in memory of David Clark, his good friend and running coach, who tragically died earlier this week from back surgery complications.

Top 10 Miles of the Day

  1. Ed Ettinghausen (REV) – 42.41
  2. Jen Metcalf (MET) – 34.00
  3. Ximena Kriete (TNS) – 32.12
  4. Steve Troxel (CB) – 31.08
  5. Chris Clemens (GOR) – 30.28
  6. Ryan Malecha (AO) – 30.12
  7. Steve Snyder (REV) – 29.30
  8. Marylou Corino (LOU) – 29.00
  9. Andy Glaze (MET) – 28.08
  10. Sherry Meador (REV) – 27.15

The Day’s Quick Team-by-Team Recaps

REV RUN- Day 7: 195.89 Miles (1st) – 1st overall

Ed Ettinghausen led Rev Run and the entire race in miles on Sunday with 42.41 miles. Ho-hum work for The Jester who has finished more 100 mile races than an ear of corn has kernels. He shows up every day and humbly does his massive amount of miles while encouraging his teammates just as relentlessly. He got a couple of big performances on Sunday from Steve Snyder with 29.30 miles and Sherry Meador with 27.15 miles.

The team is running away with this competition. They are currently on the Arkansas/Oklahoma border.

RR’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Ed Ettinghausen – 42.41 miles
  2. Steve Snyder – 29.30 miles
  3. Sherry Meador – 27.15 miles

THE METCALVARY – Day 7: 160.91 Miles (3rd) – 2nd overall

Big hair, ‘Big Sexy,’ big inspiration Jen Metcalf led the way for her team today with 34.00 miles. She had her steady studs Andy Glaze 28.08 miles and Randy Broadway 23.02 miles help The Mets finish 3rd on the day and increase their 2nd place lead on the rest of the field. Brooke King nearly doubled her daily average on Sunday. Great work, Brooke.

MET’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Jen Metcalf – 34.00 miles
  2. Andy Glaze – 28.08 miles
  3. Randy Broadway – 23.02 miles

CROWE BARS – Day 7: 135.67 Miles (6th) – 3rd overall

The Bars overall had a bit of a dip today, but it wasn’t the fault of Steve ’50K’ Troxel and his 31.08 miles. You also can’t fault Jimmy ‘Jam’ Girten who had by far his most impressive day of the race with 21.59 miles. The queen of Pinson Mounds, Marj Mitchell was magnificent with 21.46 miles.

CB’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Steve Troxel – 31.08 miles
  2. Jimmy Girten – 21.59 miles
  3. Marj Mitchell – 21.46 miles

TUCK N’ STROLL – Day 7: 106.18 Miles (10th) – 4th overall

Tuck had a precipitous drop on Sunday after a massive Saturday. Ximena Kriete was brilliant again with 32.12 miles as was Henriett Blodgett with 18.00 Beyond those two, the team was just flat today.

TNS’s Top Performers of the Day.

  1. Ximena Kriete – 32.12 miles
  2. Henriett Blodgett – 18.00 miles
  3. Rene Fosdal-Griffin – 13.12 miles

TRIP 2 MY LOU – Day 7: 160.21 Miles (4th) – 5th overall

Team captain Marylou Corino has different teammates who step every day to assist her, but she is the steady constant who delivers massive miles every day. It’s rubbed off on her team as they continue to make strides towards the top of the leader-board. Mare’s 29.00 miles were followed by Amy Cummings with 21.54, and Laura Eriks with 18.00.

LOU’S Top Performers of the Day

  1. Marylou Corino – 29.00 miles
  2. Amy Cummings – 21.54 miles
  3. Laura Eriks – 18.00 miles

GRAPES OF RATH – Day 7: 134.32 Miles (7th) – 6th overall

Team Captain Scott Kufferath continues to do a great job guiding, perhaps the most apt-named team in the race, on this cross country ride. Today his big miles came from Chris Clemens with 30.28, Elva Matamoros 22.25, and Tom Orr 20.22.  It’s all about the miles.

GOR’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Chris Clemens – 30.28 miles
  2. Elva Matamoros – 22.25 miles
  3. Tom Orr – 20.22 miles

MOJO RISING- Day 7: 114.11 Miles (9th) – 7th overall

A rough weekend for Mojo. They dropped two more spots in the standings with their 9th place finish on the day. They were led once again by Lindsay Phenix with 23.13 miles. JR Reynolds had several jaunts totaling 18.37 miles. Mojo is really looking forward to Monday.

MR’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Lindsay Phenix – 23.13 miles
  2. Joshua Holmes – 20.00 miles
  3. JR Reynolds – 18.37 miles

ALFA’S OMEGAS – Day 7: 164.06 Miles (2nd) – 8th overall

The Alfa’s had the best overall weekend with a 4th and 2nd place finish after spending part of opening week in last place. They got a grandiose performance of 30.12 miles today from Ryan Malecha. Allison Barcelona and Kelly Paul combined to add 43.79 miles.

AO’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Ryan Malecha – 30.12 miles
  2. Allison Barcelona- 23.10 miles
  3. Kelly Paul – 20.69 miles

PEERS ONE- Day 7: 122.07 Miles (8th) – 9th overall

Peers is starting to get strong contributions from most of it’s members every day now. Thomas Fowler has been special the first seven days with a total of 200.11 miles, today he had 23.66 of those. Sofie Romero had 17.49 today and 89.08 for the week. Team captain Rich Peers added 15.15 today after 31.17 yesterday.

PR’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Thomas Fowler – 23.66 miles
  2. Sofie Romero – 17.49 miles
  3. Rich Peers – 15.15 miles

KICKING GLASS – Day 7: 98.62 Miles (12th) – 10th overall

Never a real bad day in this race, just some days you get to soak in God’s creation a bit more on the road, and what better day than a Sunday stroll through Tennessee. No big miles for anyone today, but Yvette Campos led the team for the second day in a row with 13.17 miles, following 31.13 yesterday. Megan Maiser added 11.54, and Stacy King hit double digits with 11.

The team is nearing Cookeville, Tennessee, home of the legendary Dallas Smith.

KG’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Yvette Campos – 13.17 miles
  2. Megan Maiser – 11.54 miles
  3. Stacy King- 11.00 miles

THE BEETROOTS – Day 7: 145.86 Miles (5th) – 11th overall

The Opossums, when no one was looking today, were hightailing down Tennessee black asphalt for a big 5th place day with 145.86 miles. Lori Robinson had her biggest miles of the race with 20.34. Carrie O’Bryan added 18.93 miles, and Sue Stephens-Wright had her largest mileage day with 15.99. Momentum, momentum! Hopefully, they won’t roll over tomorrow.

BR’s Top Performers of the Day

  1. Lori Robinson- 20.34 miles
  2. Carrie O’Bryan – 18.93 miles
  3. Sue Stephens-Wright – 15.99 miles

ELI’S P.R. ICE – Day 7: 104.03 Miles (11th) – 12th overall

We Are Superman! Ed Barnette lost his good friend and running coach, David Clark, in an unexpected death earlier this week. Ed went out today and ran 22-miles in his memory. He added a couple more miles to total 24.84 miles on the day. I believe it’s Ed’s most miles he’s ever had in a day. An impressive feat, but more importantly, an impressive dedication to Dave.  Dave is missed by many.

Team captain Melissa Price ran 25.51 miles. Francesca Muccini, dialed it back a bit, but still finished with 21.13.

ELI’S Top Performers of the Day

  1. Melissa Price – 25.51 miles
  2. Ed Barnette – 24.84 miles
  3. Francesca Muccini – 21.13 miles

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Barry Reece RIF Race Across the USA Peak Performer

Day 14: Run It Fast’s Race Across the USA – The Final Countdown

Run It Fast’s ‘Race Across the USA‘ ended it’s second week on Sunday night. It’s been 14 amazing days of running from all four teams. Tomorrow our champion will reach New York City. The race won’t be over though, as the other three teams still have to get there.

Today belonged to The Charlie Taylor Team. They tallied 186.02 miles and really stood out from the competition today. It was their best all-around team performance as far as having a lot of balance from teammates. The Suzy Michelson Team and Jeffrey Price Team virtually tied with The Suzys taking 2nd place. Fourth place went to the Hope Shull Team with 130.47 miles, a solid day for them.

Day 14 Mileage Results of the Race Across the USA

  • Suzy Michelson Team – 163.85 miles (10.92 mi/runner)
  • Jeffrey Price Team – 162.63 miles (10.84 mi/runner)
  • Charlie Taylor Team – 186.02 miles (12.40 mi/runner)
  • Hope Shull Team – 130.47 miles (8.70 mi/runner)

RIF’s Race Across the USA Overall Standings 

  1. Suzy Michelson Team – 2,746.60 miles (196.19/day, 94.5% completed)
  2. Jeffrey Price Team – 2,298.92  miles (164.21 mi/day, 79.1% completed)
  3. Charlie Taylor Team – 2,196.98 miles (156.93 mi/day, 75.6% completed)
  4. Hope Shull Team – 1,854.05 miles (132.43 mi/day, 63.8% completed)


Click HERE to view where the teams are on the Google Map
Let’s get into the stats, standings, and recaps from the road…

Suzy Michelson Team: After yesterday’s record setting day of 331.52 miles, today was going to be a bit of a relaxed, busy-work day for The Suzys, before they cross the finish in NYC, tomorrow. Today, they were a three-headed spear consisting of Barry Reece (28.09 mi), Chris Clemens (27.25), and Kimberly Atkins (26.20).

They were bolstered as well by Violeta Heisler (15.60) and Eryn Tyner (14.51).

The Suzys are currently in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This team has been dominant from the very start…the last time any of the other teams saw them.

Suzy Team Data at a Glance
Place: 1st
Day 14 Miles: 163.85 (2nd)
Total Miles: 2,746.60

Top 5 SMT Runners (Day 14)

  1. Barry Reece – 28.09
  2. Chris Clemens – 27.25
  3. Kimberly Atkins – 26.20
  4. Violeta Heisler – 15.60
  5. Eryn Tyner – 14.51

Jeffrey Price Team: All-in-all a great weekend for The Jeffs. This team has been consistently led every day by Heather ‘Double-Dime’ McComb and Tom ‘Mr McFeely’ Orr. They delivered again today, Heather with 25.04 miles and Tom with 24.37. Both will go over the 300-mile mark tomorrow.

Donna Burns had her biggest day so far with 12.66 miles.

The Jeffs are very near to the Virginia border. They are in Blountville which is in the very northeastern corner of Tennessee.

Jeffrey Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 2nd
Day 14 Miles: 162.63 (3rd)
Total Miles: 2,298.92
Miles Back: -447.68

Top 5 JPT Runners (Day 14)

  1. Heather McComb – 25.04
  2. Tom Orr – 24.37
  3. Melissa Price – 16.22
  4. Alfa Severino – 15.20
  5. Karla Kent – 14.20

Charlie Taylor Team: The (Seth) Crowe returneth on the 14th day with 28.41 miles to pull The Chucks to a first place finish for the day with 186.02 points. It is their second stage win of the event.

The team had it’s most consistent overall day with big miles from so many. Steve Acciarito, Jen Metcalf, and Tiffani Glass all added 20+ miles.

Robin Robbins had his biggest day of the race with 15.32 miles. A total of 8 Chucks had double-digits.

And they kept their perfect scorecard in place with all 15 runners contributing for the 14th consecutive day.

The Chucks are positioned just outside Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee. The team captain can’t wait to get moving.

Charlie Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 3rd
Day 14 Miles: 186.02 (1st)
Total Miles: 2,196.98
Miles Back: -549.62

Top 5 CTT Runners (Day 14)

  1. Seth Crowe – 28.41
  2. Steve Acciarito – 21.11
  3. Tiffani Glass – 20.05
  4. Jen Metcalf – 20.00
  5. Joshua Holmes – 19.13

Hope Shull Team:  The Hopes had a really great weekend. On Sunday, they were led by Cathy Downes (20.50) and Randy Broadway (20.00).

Additional firepower was supplied by Houston Wolf (15.74) and Josh Tyner (14.50).

The Hopes are at the Pilot Gas Station in Yum Yum, Tennessee. That seems appropriate for this team, and their appetite for food and sleep.

Hope Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 4th
Day 14 Miles: 130.57 (4th)
Total Miles: 1,854.05
Miles Back: -892.55

Top 5 HST Runners (Day 14)

  1. Cathy Downes – 20.50
  2. Randy Broadway – 20.00
  3. Houston Wolf – 15.74
  4. Marylou Corino – 15.00
  5. Josh Tyner – 14.50

Team Mileage Leader of the Day

  • Suzy Michelson Team – Barry Reece (28.09 mi)
  • Jeffrey Price Team – Heather McComb (25.04 mi)
  • Charlie Taylor Team – Seth Crowe (28.41 mi)
  • Hope Shull Team –  Cathy Downes (20.50 mi)

Top 10 Mega-Miles of the Day

  1. Seth Crowe (CTT) – 28.41
  2. Barry Reece (SMT) – 28.09
  3. Chris Clemens (SMT) – 27.25
  4. Kimberly Atkins (SMT) – 26.20
  5. Heather McComb (JPT) – 25.04
  6. Tom Orr (JPT) – 24.37
  7. Steve Acciarito (CTT) – 21.11
  8. Cathy Downes (HST) – 20.50
  9. Tiffani Glass (CTT) – 20.05
  10. Jen Metcalf (CTT) – 20.00
  11. Randy Broadway (HST) – 20.00

Top 10 Race Mile Leaders

  1. Chris Clemens (SMT) – 362.53
  2. Barry Reece  (SMT) – 300.53
  3. Heather McComb (JPT) – 297.37
  4. Tom Orr (JPT) – 294.02
  5. Alex Barrientos (SMT) – 278.68
  6. David Nichols (SMT) – 278.52
  7. Marylou Corino – (HST) – 267.80
  8. Karl Studtmann (JPT) – 258.45
  9. Seth Crowe (CTT) – 247.48
  10. Jeremy Reed (CTT) – 240.68

Barry Reece is the ‘Race Across the USA’ –  Peak Performer of the Day. He had 28.09 miles for the day and now has 300.53 miles for the race.

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Chris Clemens RIF Race Across the USA Day 6

Day 6: Run It Fast’s Race Across the USA – Russell Branded

Run It Fast’sRace Across the USA‘ brought out the freaks on Saturday as Day 6 was one for the record books. It included six runs of 31+ miles, a record day from Karl Studtmann with 57.2 miles, and team highs from every team. It even saw one of the teams finally put down more miles than the Suzy Michelson Team.

There’s a lot to get to, and likely some things will be overlooked by mistake, but let’s get to it…

Suzy Michelson Team: The Suzy’s were epic one again on Saturday. It included nearly matching 35+ mile performances from Chris Clemens (36.52 mi) and David Nichols (35.05 mi). They both have been on fire throughout the race and have both set a tone that the rest of the team has played in harmony to.

Alex Barrientos added a superb supporting total of 31.3 miles. Barry Reece hit 20 again with 20.04. Thomas Fowler a 23.74 giving him 110 miles for the week. Leslie Studtmann racked up 24.04 miles going over 20 miles in a day for the first time in the race. Eleven of fifteen on the team reached double digits today. A thoroughbred of a team that has dominated since leaving the pier in Santa Monica.

The Suzy’s passed Amarillo this morning and currently are positioned in McLean, Texas, a town of just 756 people directly on the ‘Mother Road’ – Route 66. They will be out of Texas as quickly tomorrow as they entered it today. Their eyes are set on Oklahoma City.

They finished the day with 262.39 miles, their biggest day of the race. However, it was only good enough for the second most miles on Saturday.

Suzy Team Data at a Glance
Place: 1st
Day 6 Miles: 262.39 (2nd)
Total Miles: 1,157.10
Top 4 SMT Runners (Entire Race)

  1. Chris Clemens – 148.76
  2. Barry Reece – 123.39
  3. David Nichols – 116.13
  4. Alex Barrientos – 114.08

Jeffrey Price Team: Strong, sturdy, steady, and relentless would sum up this team. They had a record high number of miles today, not just for their team but by any team in the event so far.

They finished the day with 270.66 miles.

As aforementioned in the intro, they were led by the massive performance by Karl Studtmann who laid down the gauntlet with 57.2 miles. Karl did it with multiple 5+ mile runs over the last 24 hours. His performance was buttressed with super strong efforts from team captain, Melissa Price (25.89 mi), Darrell Richardson (24.6 mi), Heather ‘Double Dime’ McComb (20.64 mi), Karla Kent (19.05 mi), and the Orr man…

Tom ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Orr continued his daily mileage ascension for the sixth consecutive day. He put down 22.21 miles on Saturday.. His daily is as follows: 16.09, 18.39, 20.29, 21.14, 22.21, and 23.21.

It was Heather’s sixth consecutive day of 20+ miles for the Jeffs.

The team finally gained ground on the race leading Suzys. It wasn’t much, but they gained 8.27 miles on the leaders.  They are now 166.57 miles behind in second. They are currently just west of San Jon, New Mexico.

Jeffrey Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 2nd
Day 6 Miles: 270.66 (1st)
Total Miles: 990.53
Miles Back: -166.57
Top 4 JPT Runners (Entire Race)

  1. Karl Studtmann – 133.34
  2. Heather McComb – 127.04
  3. Tom Orr – 121.33
  4. Melissa Price – 87.95

The entire Jeffrey Price Team is the ‘Race Across the USA’ –  Peak Performer of the Day for putting down the most single team miles in a day with 270.66. Karl’s 57 mile performance along with Melissa’s multiple runs to get close to 26 miles exemplified how deep this team is digging. Melissa has accumulated 87.95 miles in the last six days. The Jeff’s had twelve runners run between 10 – 57 miles each today.

Charlie Taylor Team: The Chuck’s had their best day of the race. Everyone contributed for the 6th consecutive day. They were led by Jen ‘Big Sexy’ Metcalf with her impressive 32.6 miles. It was her biggest output of the race, and one of the biggest by any runner so far. She had support from Tiffani Glass (24.04 mi), Seth Crowe (21.02), and Aimee Shilling (22.55) for the Charlie Taylor Team. It was Aimee’s biggest day of the race.

The most inspirational performance of the entire race came from Renee Holcomb. She pieced together six different runs/walks to tally 17.37 big miles. She had 12.55 miles the previous five days combined. She just kept reloading, giving it all she had, and then would take the baton again to put down a few more miles. Even when she looked totally wiped out, she went out once again for even more.

It was the most miles in a day for the CTT. They will restart in the AM east of Albuquerque, New Mexico. If they can build on today, then they might just make it to Texas before tomorrow night’s check-in.

Charlie Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 3rd
Day 6 Miles: 215.64 (3rd)
Total Miles: 855.64
Miles Back: -301.46
Top 4 CTT Runners (Entire Race)

  1. Seth Crowe – 101.85
  2. Jeremy Reed – 93.47
  3. Joshua Holmes – 92.73
  4. Jen Metcalf – 78.91

Hope Shull Team: What a difference a day can make. The Hope’s, less than 24 hours of their worst day of the race with just 52.07 miles, bounced back with their most miles today with 201.32. They were led by Randy Broadway with 32 miles and  Cathy ‘Chicken Legs’ Downes with 31.35 miles. Houston Wolf added 22.16 miles to help in the cause. Other notable performances for the team today included Lori Robinson (18.14 mi), and Racheal Anderson (13.05).

Captain Marylou also got 7.8 miles from Juleann Roberts. The 9-year old running sensation has put down miles every day of the event so far for a total of 29.08 miles.

The team was super excited after today’s outburst of miles. They remain in a distant fourth, but are having a lot of fun and food along the way. They are still in New Mexico, about halfway between Gallup and Albuquerque.

Hope Team Data at a Glance
Overall Place: 4th
Day 6 Miles: 201.32 (4th)
Total Miles: 735.59
Miles Back: -421.51
Top 4 HST Runners (Entire Race)

  1. Marylou Corino – 100.6
  2. Kit Brazier – 99.98
  3. Randy Broadway – 92.5
  4. Cathy Downes – 71.98

Click HERE to view where the teams are on the Google Map

Day 6 Mileage Results of the Race Across the USA

  • Suzy Michelson Team – 262.39 miles (17.49 mi/runner)
  • Jeffrey Price Team – 270.66 miles (18.04 mi/runner)
  • Charlie Taylor Team – 215.64 miles (14.38 mi/runner)
  • Hope Shull Team – 201.32 miles (13.42 mi/runner)

RIF’s Race Across the USA Overall Standings (thru Day 6)

  1. Suzy Michelson Team – 1,157.10 miles (192.85/day, 39.8% completed)
  2. Jeffrey Price Team – 990.53  miles (165.09 mi/day, 34.1% completed)
  3. Charlie Taylor Team – 855.64 miles (142.61 mi/day, 29.4% completed)
  4. Hope Shull Team – 735.59 miles (122.6 mi/day, 25.3% completed)

Team Mileage Leader of the Day

  • Suzy Michelson Team – Chris Clemens (36.52 mi)
  • Jeffrey Price Team – Karl Studtmann (57.2 mi)
  • Charlie Taylor Team – Jen Metcalf (32.6 mi)
  • Hope Shull Team – Randy Broadway (32 mi)

Top 11 Mega-Miles of the Day

  1. Karl Studtmann (JPT) – 57.2
  2. Chris Clemens (SMT) – 36.52
  3. David Nichols (SMT) – 35.05
  4. Jen Metcalf (CTT) – 32.6
  5. Randy Broadway (HST) – 32
  6. Cathy Downes (HST) – 31.35
  7. Alex Barrientos (SMT) – 31.3
  8. Melissa Price (JPT) – 25.89
  9. Darrell Richardson (JPT) – 24.6
  10. Leslie Studtmann (SMT) – 24.04
  11. Tiffani Glass (CTT) – 24.04

Top 10 Race Mile Leaders

  1. Chris Clemens (SMT) – 148.76
  2. Karl Studtmann (JPT) – 133.34
  3. Heather McComb (JPT) – 127.04
  4. Barry Reece  (SMT) – 123.39
  5. Tom Orr (JPT) – 121.33
  6. David Nichols (SMT) – 116.13
  7. Alex Barrientos (SMT) – 114.08
  8. Thomas Fowler  (SMT) – 110.01
  9. Seth Crowe (CTT) – 101.85
  10. Marylou Corino – (HST) – 100.6
  11. Kimberly Atkins (SMT) – 100.12

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Run It Fast – Club Strava Leaderboard (Week Ending Oct 13, 2013)

Run It Fast – Club Strava Leaderboard (Week Ending Oct 13, 2013)

Run It Fast – Club on Strava Club Leaderboard from the week ending October 13, 2013

Here is a look at how Run It Fast – Club members stacked up against each other on our Strava club page:

Total Distance:
1. John Leighton – 68.4
2. Al Edwards – 56.7
3. David Pharr – 48.0

Total Running Time:
1. John Leighton – 13hr15min
2.Wade Anderson – 7hr48min
3. Jen Metcalf – 7hr18min

Fastest Pace
1. Al Edwards – 7:44
2. Natalie Torres – 7:49
3. Alex Barrientos – 8:11

Longest Run
1. John Leighton – 50.2 mi
2. Wade Anderson – 20.6 mi
3. Stewart Crouch – 17.8 mi

Most Elevation Gain:
1. Wade Anderson – 5,118 ft
2. Joshua Holmes – 4,464 ft
3. John Leighton – 3,261 ft

If you are a Run It Fast – Club member then join our club on Strava (free) and see where you compare week to week: http://www.strava.com/clubs/run-it-fast-the-club

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Run Under The Stars 5th Place Award 2013

Run Under The Stars Endurance Run Medal (2013)

This is the finisher’s medal for the Run Under The Stars Endurance Run that was held on June 8-9 in Paducah, Kentucky.

Fun medal! And it glows in the dark!

This is a 10 Hour run that starts at 8 pm on Saturday night and ends at 6 am the next morning. It is a total blast. 70+ Run It Fast Club Members were there this year and 4 members earned spots in the Top 5 Men and Top 5 Women! Here is a photo of the fun 5th Place award earned by RIF #1 Joshua Holmes:

Congratulations to RIF #236 Jen Metcalf, RIF #160 Jennifer Whitley, RIF #221 Karl Studtmann, and Josh for earning Top 5 spots! In fact, all the club members did amazing there and we are so proud of them.


[Medal submitted by RIF #5 Lisa Gonzales, follow her on on Twitter @runlikeacoyote and the award was submitted by RIF #1 Joshua Holmes, follow him on Twitter @bayou]

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