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2017-7-9 Summer Darden Towe 5k & 10k RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • July 9, 2017
Summer Darden Towe 5k & 10k RESULTS July 9, 2017 Position Race # First Name Finish Age Gender Division 1 818 Edward Murray 0:18:14 31 M 5k 2 829 John Gillum 0:18:56 19 M 5K 3 816 Michele Grieco 0:20:38 28 F 5k 4 182 Felix Lopez 0:24:35 64 M 5K 5 815 Joshua Ellis […]Read More >>

2017-6-3 Darden Towe 5k & 10k RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • June 3, 2017
Darden Towe 5k & 10k RESULTS June 3, 2017 Position Bib First Last Finish Age Gender Division 1 164 Karl Kennedy 23:06.5 46 M 5k 2 2743 Taylor Dean 23:56.4 23 F 5K 3 163 Robert Hott 25:00.1 29 M 5k 4 2742 James McMichael 25:46.4 25 M 5k 5 287 Beth Corroon 27:19.5 42 […]Read More >>

2017-5-13 Spring Burke Lake 5k/10k RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • May 13, 2017
Spring Burke Lake 5k/10k Results May 13, 2017 Position Bib First Last Finish Age Gender Division 1 161 Julia Ghiselli 19:14.9 14 F 5k 2 73 Kris Beckert 21:55.5 34 F 5k 3 160 Jakob Fuglem 22:41.8 14 M 5k 4 149 Tyler Catlin 22:44.2 23 M 5k 5 131 kerrianne rouse 24:21.0 33 F […]Read More >>
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5k at the Bay to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

  • by Travis Bishop
  • September 12, 2015
Saturday, September 12th Pohick Bay Regional Park In partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Ready for a race for an amazing cause? Our race benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! How about a 5k to show your support? Well these are the best ones out there to take you on a scenic trip through the […]Read More >>
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Run for the Cure (LLS) 5k & 10k

  • by Travis Bishop
  • August 23, 2015
Sunday, August 23rd Druid Hill Park In partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is proud to present this 5k & 10k run within Druid Hill Park, located in Baltimore, MD. The race has a slight challenging hill to begin the race. Run around the Druid Lake two times on this fairly […]Read More >>

2014-09-21 10-Miler & 5k at the Bay to Benefit LLS RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • September 23, 2014
10-Miler & 5k at the Bay to Benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society RESULTS September 21, 2014 Female 10M finishers 1. Jessica Kelly, 29 Woodbridge VA 85:25 1/5 2. Kara Hennigan, 31 Alexandria VA 86:52 1/10 3. Jennifer Halston, 39 Lorton VA 89:27 2/10 VIRTUAL Robyn Oliver Georgetown TX 90:32 4. Jessica Durand, 32 Alexandria […]Read More >>

2014-09-20 Du It for LLS Race #2 RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • September 21, 2014
Du It for LLS Race #2 September 20, 2014 Race First Last City State Age Sex 5K Run PL 10M Bike PL 5K Run PL Event 515 TJ Ciccone Leesburg VA 38 M 20:31 1 50:14 1 1:12:37 1 DU 536 Eugene Diefenbach Alexandria VA 25 M 22:23 4 52:25 2 1:17:03 2 DU 534 […]Read More >>

2014-08-31 Run for the Cure (LLS) 5k & 10k RESULTS

  • by Travis Bishop
  • September 2, 2014
Run for the Cure (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) 5k & 10k August 31, 2014 10K Female Finishers 1. Rebecca Skaar, 34 Baltimore MD 47:19 1/7 2. Laura Gantner, 26 Arlington VA 49:27 1/16 3. Karen Young, 46 Boyds MD 50:25 1/8 4. Lara Snead, 26 Bethesda MD 52:11 2/16 5. Krista Blackwell, 24 Winsted CT […]Read More >>
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Run for the Cure (Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) 5k & 10k

  • by JoshG
  • August 31, 2014
Sunday, August 31 Patterson Park In partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is proud to present this 5k & 10k run within the limits of Patterson Park, located in Baltimore, MD.  The race has a slight challenging hill to begin the races.  Run past the pond, pool, and athletic fields […]Read More >>
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Du It for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Race #1 sponsored by Road Runner Sports

  • by JoshG
  • May 25, 2014
Sunday, May 25th Prince William Forest Park In partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Are you a fan of triathlons, but just dread the swim.  Well, you have to try this duathlon (run, bike, run).  It replaces the swim, with another run segment!  This race will be one for the ages, and it benefits the […]Read More >>
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