48th TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8-Miler & 5k Walk/Run News

Ready, set, go—registration open for TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 5k Run/Walk & the 8-mile

Jun 28, 2017

Remember, the Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run is capped at 750 total runners.  As of today, about 300 spots in the 8-miler have been filled, so we're opening the 5k Run/Walk registration on July 1st.

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TMC Saguaro Announcement

Mar 14, 2017

Wow, that was fast -- within 6 hours 27 SAR members had already claimed their spot at the September 4 TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run! 

Check your email for the news on this year's race.  Here's part of what we sent out:

HELLO TO THE SAR EMAIL COMMUNITY: Randy Accetta here, long-time race director for SAR's TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run, writing to give you an update on some of the issues facing the Saguaro Run this year.  

The Saguaro race was the first race ever put on by SAR, 48 years ago.  This scenic course and the post-race festivities truly embrace the spirit of the old Southwest, making the upcoming 48th Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run a regional favorite. Indeed, up until a decade ago, about 600 runners completed the race every year.  But last year, over 1,400 registered overall.  

Here's the problem: the surrounding roads have gotten more and more crowded and the National Park itself has gotten more and more popular.  Thus, for 2017, we've been asked by the National Park Service and Pima Department of Transportation to put a hard cap of 750 on the event.  

Thus, here are the Three Big Changes for 2017 

1) Cap of 750, registration for the public opens on April 1: There will now be a hard cap of only 750 total participants. We will open registration on April 1st.  (Current SAR members have already received an email with directions to early registration and the SAR member discount.  You can join SAR here.)

2) 8-Mile only, for now: To honor Tucson's running history and to enable those who are competing in SAR's Running Shop Grand Prix, we are opening registration only for the 8-miler.  

Registration will open on April 1st and will be open solely for the 8-miler until June 30th.  

Starting July 1st, any of the 750 slots left open will be allotted to the 5k Run/Walk.  If there are no spaces available, then there will be no 5k -- just the 8-miler and a free kid's dash.

3) This race is NOT part of the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown: we know the Saguaro race is popular and we don't think it is fair that you would have to pay for three races just to do one race.  So, as part of the Triple Crown honoring Gabe Zimmerman, we're developing a brand new 10k, currently scheduled for Sunday, September 17th, staged at Pima Community College West, looping the beautiful cactus forests of the Tucson Mountains.  This "Tucson 10k" event will have a 5k, a 10k, and a children's dash, too. Details on this race are here.

Well, I hope this helps clarify some of the things you may have heard through the grapevine, but if you have any questions please email me at randy@runtucson.net or call me at 520-991-0733.

See you at the races!  Next up: Marana 5000 and FitKidz Family Mile!

-- Randy Accetta, SAR Race Director and Past President

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TMC Saguaro: September 7th post-race updates

Sep 7, 2016

Post Race Report: Read the post-race email to the race participants here, including the race report here . . .  in which we congratulate the speedsters, thank the volunteers, thank the National Park Service and the sponsors (like Tucson Medical Center, the Running Shop, Muscle Milk, Daily Star, Tucson Lifestyle Magazine, The Morning Blend, and Cox Communications), and say how much we appreciate all of you for being such great members of the Southern Arizona Roadrunners community!  Click here to take the post-race survey.

Photos: Erik Wilkerson from Oro Valley Photography has emailed race participants with information on purchasing your amazing souvenir photos from this scenic race.  Here is the link to his catalogue of race photos. The social media sized images are available for FREE through the photo sponsorship by Costa Vida Tucson.  You can post directly to your social media from the icons on the bottom of the image.  Additionally, you can right-click on your image to download.  The password for the FREE download is the avenue name for Costa Vida Tucson. For all of you using social media, please tag @RunSAR and @RunTucson with hashtags #TMCSaguaro #GabeZimmermanTripleCrown #RunSAR #RunTucson with photo credit to @orovalleyphotography. 

More Photos: Kerry Whelan, aka, Goatographer, has taken some of the most beautiful running photos in the history of the world -- you can see his work here at the SAR facebook page and here at his Goatographer page.  Damion Alexander has become another wonderful running photographer -- check out his photos at The Damion Alexander Team here.

Results and Awards: Check results here.  If you won an age group prize, you can pick up your awards throughout the month of September at The Running Shop (3055 North Campbell). Questions about timing? Contact Roadrunner Timing here.

Shirts and Medals: 

1) We're in the process of ordering another round of shirts for the 78 of you who didn't get a shirt on race day.  These are customized shirts, and we hope to have them at The Running Shop for pick up within a few weeks.

2) The TMC Saguaro race medals are at The Running Shop, so all Virtual Triple Crown participants can grab their medal.  Please postyour photos to the SAR facebook page tagging @RunSAR and @RunTucson with hashtags #TMCSaguaro #GabeZimmermanTripleCrown #RunSAR #RunTucsonVirtual Triple Crown medals at The Running Shop by September 9th.  

3) We are working with our supplier to order more of the large Cactus Medal for the Triple Crown participants.  At the moment, we count 16 people who need one. We'll know more shortly and will get in touch with Triple Crown participants.

Questions? Contact race director Randy Accetta here.

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47th Annual TMC Saguaro: Women’s Course Record and Total Attendance Record!

Sep 5, 2016

Thanks to all who came out to the 47th Annual TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run.  A number of records were set, so let's start this recap with the press announcement we've sent out:

26-Year-Old Course Record Smashed at 47th Annual Saguaro Labor Day Run 

Tucson newcomer Katie James won Monday's TMC Saguaro Labor Day 8-Mile race in 46:39, smashing the previous course record by over a minute.  Taking the lead in the first steps and outrunning the previous two winners, the 25-year-old James ran her first four miles in 23:12 and closed the second half of the race in a similar 23:27, for an average pace of 5 minutes and 50 seconds per mile over the extremely hilly Saguaro National Park East 8-mile road.  Running comfortably, James broke the course record of 47:44 set by Stephanie Wessel 26 years ago in 1990.

Second place in the women's race went to 2014 champion Autumn Ray, in 50:39, while Amy Cole, the 2015 and 2013 winner, took third place in 51:32.

Andrew Lemoncello, won the men's race in a blistering 42:04, a mere 25 seconds off the course record set by former Pima Community College standout Craig Curley.  A former British Olympian now living in Flagstaff, the 33-year-old Lemoncello easily outdistanced the field, beating second place finisher Robert Scribner's 44:39 by over two minutes.  Third place went to last year's runner-up, Kurt Michels in 45:06.   

Over 1,500 runners, the most in the 47-year history of the race, signed up to run Tucson's oldest running race.  The event raised funds for the Friends of Saguaro National Park, Cox Charities, Child and Family Resources, and the Southern Arizona Roadrunners.

 

Thanks for the photos Kerry Whelan, aka Goatographer!! 

And yes, you read that correctly: over 1500 folks registered for the race, making this the largest field ever (yup, we were allowed to go over our initial limit by the Park Service).  This explains why we ran out of t-shirts -- we'll send a note with details on the next steps for both the race shirts and the Triple Crown materials.  We hope you all enjoyed receiving the finisher medals!  Thanks to Sharon Bart and the Running Shop for all the great awards, including those nifty age-group socks!!!  If you won an age-group award, please go to the Running Shop to pick it up!  Congratulations to Merry Dearmon and Kevin Tuck for winning the BEAT YOUR AGE awards in the 8-miler!!  Congratulations, too, to Yvonne Valenzuela for displaying the heart of champion!! 

The TMC Saguaro 5k winners were Chris Harrod in 20:11 and Sharon Snyder in 22:30.  Nicely done!

 

Special thanks to the SAR Board for all the help with the race, led by announcer extraordinaire Tim Bentley and Steve Outridge, Diane Manzini, Dari Duvall, Steve Felder, Sheryl Felde, Lucas Tyler, Gary Giese, and Don Branaman.  Of course, the National Park Service did a great job of making sure we were all safe, as did the fine crew from Rural Metro!

Special thanks to Ross Zimmerman and Emily Nottingham for allowing us the privilege of making this race the second leg of the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown!

Now, in case you're new to Tucson running, the timer for this and many other races is 8-time Saguaro 8-mile winner (and 3-time Olympic Trials marathoner) Greg Wenneborg, one of the best runners in the history of Tucson (see Greg Hanson's DailyStar column from a few years ago).

Special thanks to St. Augustine High School coach Tim Bentley and the students & parents for volunteering to hand out medals at the finish line and manage the water station at the finish line.  Thanks, too, to the cross country team from Sahuaro HS for managing the Mile 2 and Mile 4 water stops; to the group from Vision Quest for handling water stop at Mile 6; and to the great women from the Tucson Tri-Girls who did double-duty at the water stop at the 5k Mile 1 and 2 and the Mile 7 of the 8-miler -- that is a lot of water to hand out!!

Special thanks to Mulcogi Seng and Michelle Hawk for helping with the Triple Crown tent above and beyond the call of duty! 

Thanks to Sheryl Felde for coordinating the volunteers for Saguaro.  Here is the list she sent us of all the volunteers at registration and elsewhere:
Steve and Sheryl
Cindy Schnell
Marti Ackermann
Steve  and Sarah Sheldon
Judie and Ed Shyman
Noemi and Craig Mills
Craig Dabler
Maureen Cunningham
Connie Lopez
Shirley Hester 
Gary Giese
Gary Parcher
Pam Hoyt
LInda Pitney
Mulcogi Seng
Joe Faulk
Austin Grover
Linda Amperano
Don Branaman
Michelle Hawk
Diane Manzini
Steve Outridge
Lucas Tyler
Tucson Trigirls
Saguaro High School
Gisella Bonilla 
I'm sure there were more.

I owe a special thanks, too, to Tia Accetta for all of her race day duties.  As three-time winner of the 8-miler, it's tough for her to not be out there racing -- but I am certainly grateful for all of her work on the race!! 

Questions about the race?  Things you want us to do better?  Contact me at randy@runtucson.net

Thanks all! 

Randy Accetta

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Labor Day 8 Miler and 5k Results now Posted!

Sep 5, 2016

Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8 Miler and 5k results are posted!

Results can be found here!

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Top 10 things to know about the TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run Race Weekend

Sep 4, 2016

Sunday September 4th: Click here for today's final email to all participants, including information on Monday's number/shirt pick-up, parking rules, and more.  Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown registrants, please click here for your email.

As of September 1st, TMC Saguaro registration has closed. If you missed registration, we have provided a special coupon code for the first 15 who want to register for the Halloween weekend TMC Get Moving Tucson events.  Register online for the Tucson Lifestyle 5k or the TMC AMountain Half-Marathon and use the coupon code SOLDOUTSAGUARO to receive $10 off your 5k or half-marathon price (discount ends on September 9th).    

Click here for the final list of registrants as of September 1st.

 Questions?  Contact Race Director Randy Accetta at randy@runtucson.net

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TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run: Race Weekend Details & List of Registrants - plus, registration is closed

Sep 1, 2016

As of September 1st, TMC Saguaro registration has closed. Click here for all race weekend details. Here's the final list of registrants as of September 1st.

Questions?  Contact Race Director Randy Accetta at randy@runtucson.net

Last Name First Name Age Distance Sex GZTC = Triple Crown registrants

Abbott Steve 47 5k M GZTC
Abbott Tess 47 5k F GZTC
Abejon Floradel 35 5k F GZTC
Abraham Arick Reed 25 5k M
Abramson Susan 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Accetta Tia 41 5k F
Accetta Aric 9 5k M
Acken Joel 39 5k M GZTC
Ackermann Marti 47 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Acuna Jessica 34 5k F
Acuna Carolina 36 5k F
Adams Ashley 35 virtual F GZTC
Agosto Lourdes 43 8 Mile Run F
Aguilar Ortiz Daniel 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Aguirre Thomas 42 5k M
Aguirre Elizabeth 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Aitken Michael 43 5k M GZTC
Aitken Jon 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Aitken Nicole 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Akin Tyler 27 5k M
Aladimi Ameera 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Albelais Claudia 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Alexander Susan 50 8 Mile Run F
Alexander Todd 52 5k M
Allen Je 57 8 Mile Run M
Allen Kimberly 50 5k F
Allen Delma 46 8 Mile Run F
Allen Amanda 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Allers Elke 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Allison Kristen 38 5k F GZTC
Alton Jim 50 5k M
Alton Alivia 12 5k F
Alton Susan 41 5k F
Alton Kian 10 5k M
Amparano Linda 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Andersen Peter 69 5k M
Anderson Alan 46 8 Mile Run M
Anderson Regan 36 8 Mile Run F
Anderson Sean 30 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Andrade Ray 46 8 Mile Run M
Andres Kim 63 5k F
Andrews Matthew 28 8 Mile Run M
Anicker Jeff 43 8 Mile Run M
Arendt Bob 58 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Arias Areli 25 8 Mile Run F
Arkin Laura 26 5k F
Armstrong Heather 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Arndt Jonathan 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Arter Julie 55 8 Mile Run F
Ashton Sandy 53 5k F
Asunsolo Gadiela 34 8 Mile Run F
Atkins Lisa 47 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Atkinson Mary 46 5k F
Augustine Jill 34 virtual F GZTC
Averbukh Micael 42 5k M GZTC
Avila Sergio 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Avila Pedro 43 8 Mile Run M
Avila Carol 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Aviles-Taub Pearl 38 5k F GZTC
Baca Tom 40 5k M
BACAL SUSAN 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Badger Terry 63 5k F
Bailen Mark 47 5k M
Bailen Leaf 10 5k M
Bailey Melody 57 8 Mile Run F
Bailey Hop 69 8 Mile Run M
Baitinger Philip 19 8 Mile Run M
Baker Jeri 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Balachandran Devahi 34 8 Mile Run F
Baldwin Jeremy 34 8 Mile Run M
Balk Samuel 46 8 Mile Run M
Ball Autumn 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ball Brandon 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Banegas Shonda 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Banegas Adrian 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bank Sarah 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bank Jonathan 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Baril Rebecca 39 5k F GZTC
Barker AmyLynn 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bartlett Roger 55 8 Mile Run M
Bass Kenneth 11 5k M GZTC
Bass Peyton 8 5k M GZTC
Bates Kevin 42 8 Mile Run M
Bauer Tyler 22 8 Mile Run M
Beal Melissa 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Beal Martin 53 5k M GZTC
Beall Ken 50 8 Mile Run M
Beall Teresa 49 8 Mile Run F
BEASLEY LISA 40 5k F GZTC
Beasley Blake 43 5k M GZTC
Beaty Stephanie 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
bechman caleb 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Becker Eva 39 8 Mile Run F
Beckman Loni 36 5k F GZTC
Beckner Carol 70 5k F
Beil David 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Belanger Gabriella 8 5k F
Belanger Grace 4 5k M
Belanger Catharine 40 5k F
Belanger Marc 46 5k M
Belter Steven 51 8 Mile Run M
Bencomo Gough Lynda 37 8 Mile Run F
Bender Charity 41 5k F
Bender Kevin 43 5k M
Bennett Corrine 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Berkeley Ed 65 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bertenshaw Madison 27 5k F
Bezosky Carol 41 5k F GZTC
Billy Ramon 43 8 Mile Run M
Binder Michael 27 8 Mile Run M
Bindschadler Brian 52 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bindschadler Katherine 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bingham Jennifer 43 8 Mile Run F
Bissmeyer Roger 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bissmeyer Sharyn 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Black Mary 63 8 Mile Run F
Blais Joshua 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Blais Stephanie 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Blough Cathy 60 8 Mile Run F
Boek Denise 54 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bohnke Heather 41 8 Mile Run F
Bojorquez Daniela 38 8 Mile Run F
Bolin Daniel 39 8 Mile Run M
Boncel Michelle 40 8 Mile Run F
Bonet Kristy 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bonilla Dennis 57 8 Mile Run M
Bonilla Giselle 34 8 Mile Run F
Borden Kylie 32 5k F GZTC
Bouchard Bryan 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bouey Melissa 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bouey Michael 34 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bower Tom 58 8 Mile Run M
Bower Tom 58 8 Mile Run M
Bowermaster Jeannine 51 5k F GZTC
Bowie Kimberly 49 5k F
Bowie Kimberly 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Boxley Dawn 43 5k F
Boyd Alyssa 23 5k F
Boyd Adam 36 8 Mile Run M
Boyd Carissa 34 5k F
Brady Tom 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Bramhill Sandy 51 8 Mile Run F
Branaman Don 78 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Brashear-Jurkewicz Mary 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Brauchla Gary 72 5k M GZTC
Bravo Claudio 31 8 Mile Run M
Breit Grace 14 5k F
Breit Thomas 55 5k M
Brennan Richard 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Briggs Rachel 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Briones Alec 63 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Britt Jeff 54 8 Mile Run M
Britt Kellie 33 5k F GZTC
Brixius Kasey 30 8 Mile Run F
Brooks Steven 32 8 Mile Run M
Brosanders Daryll 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Brown James 71 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Brown Jake 29 8 Mile Run M
Brown Tim 50 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Brown Janet 55 5k F GZTC
Brown Kendra 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Brown Molly 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Brown Lisa 32 5k F GZTC
Bruce Tara 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Bruno Tiffany 42 5k F
Brunsvold Curtis 40 5k M GZTC
Buchanan Frank 62 8 Mile Run M
Burgess Mike 32 5k M
Burgos Moanikeala 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Burton Jim 40 5k M GZTC
Bustamante Fernando 50 8 Mile Run M
Buttrick Andrea 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Byerley Nate 37 8 Mile Run M
BYERLEY KAETY 39 8 Mile Run F
Byrne Rochelle 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Caldwell Marcella 47 8 Mile Run F
Calhoon Candace 35 5k F GZTC
Camey Tim 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Campbell Tom 70 5k M
Campbell Courtney 34 8 Mile Run F
Campbell Wyatt 28 8 Mile Run M
Candlish Loran 34 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Candlish Karol 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Canez Kim 49 5k F GZTC
Canez Thomas 47 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Canez Sherry 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cannon Ginny 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Carlos Khali 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Carlson Jason 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Carnes Cheryl 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Carney Justin 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Carranza Monique 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Carrillo Nadia 57 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Carrington Jane 57 5k F
Carrion Luis 51 8 Mile Run M
Carroll Doug 60 5k M
Carroll Patty 55 5k F
Carroll Laura 58 5k F GZTC
Carter Amanda 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cartwright Jill 56 8 Mile Run F
Case Jamie 36 5k F GZTC
Case Charles 40 5k M GZTC
Casey Elizabeth 25 8 Mile Run F
Casillas Jorge 41 5k M GZTC
Castell Kerri 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Castell Tracy 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Castellano Shannon 36 8 Mile Run F
Castillo Frank 55 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Castillo Maya 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Castillo Christiana 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Castro Adam 33 5k M GZTC
Castro Juanita 64 virtual F GZTC
CATINO LINDSY 39 8 Mile Run F
Caylor Thomas 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Cervantes Erika 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Chalberg Tessa 71 5k F GZTC
Chalk Bruce 58 8 Mile Run M
Charette Ace 31 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Chavez Reina 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cherrington Jerry 79 5k M GZTC
Chewning Heather 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Chiesi Stephanie 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Chiesi Michael 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Chisholm Kate 27 8 Mile Run F
Chung Sejin 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cicchini Melynda 28 5k F
Claggett John 62 5k M
Claggett Leslie 46 5k F
Clark Michael 55 8 Mile Run M
Clark Don 69 5k M GZTC
Clary Connie 61 5k F
Clemens Daniel 48 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Clendaniel Paula 27 5k F
Cline Rebecca 40 5k F
Clinkingbeard Bridget 34 5k F
Clinkingbeard Josh 40 5k M
Clinkingbeard Aryana 8 5k F
Clinkingbeard Urijah 5 5k M
Clinkingbeard Malachi 3 5k M
Clinkingbeard Ezra 2 5k M
Clubb James 44 8 Mile Run M
Cochran Chris 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Cochran Nicole 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Colbus Rachel 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cole Amy 32 8 Mile Run F
Columbus Jenny 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Conroy Darby 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Constantino Daniela 32 5k F
Cook "CHEF" Rob 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Coonts Evonne 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Copeland Denise 49 5k F GZTC
COPELAND LEONHARD 54 5k M GZTC
Corella Lisa 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cormode Daniel 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Corona Gaylei 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Corral Suzanne 51 5k F GZTC
Correnti Thomas 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Corrigan Frances 39 5k F
Corrigan Frances 39 5k F
Corrigan Kevin 11 5k M
Corrigan Kathleen 10 5k F
Corrigan Keira 3 5k F
Corrigan James 42 5k M
Cortes Nayeth 29 5k F GZTC
Cortes Danny 33 5k M GZTC
Cota Ariana 31 5k F GZTC
Cotter Jennifer 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cotter Colin 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Covarrubias Monica 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Coverley Catherine R. F. 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cowgill John 43 5k M GZTC
Cox Jennifer 31 virtual F GZTC
Coyle Tom 60 5k M
Coyle Kelsey 20 5k F
Crater Shery 41 5k F
Crawford Rob 40 5k M
Crews Marsue 64 virtual F GZTC
Crist Tim 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Cristinzio Desiree 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Croft Gaby 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Crosby Jessica 28 8 Mile Run F
Crosby Jennifer 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Crosson Courtney 34 8 Mile Run F
Crowe Jonathan 53 8 Mile Run M
Cruz Junior 61 5k M
Cudney Brandie 41 5k F GZTC
Cullipher Eric 31 8 Mile Run M
Cummings Michael 32 8 Mile Run M
Cunnigham Maureen 61 8 Mile Run F GZTC
CUNNINGHAM LINDSAY 31 5k F
CUNNINGHAM-KNUDSEN JAMIE 48 8 Mile Run F
Curl America 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Cyr Joseph 41 8 Mile Run M
Dahlberg Sondra 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Damron Silvia 39 8 Mile Run F
Daniels Genise 45 5k F GZTC
Dantonio Aleyna 18 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Davis William 62 8 Mile Run M
Davis Kathy 60 8 Mile Run F
Davis Ashley 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dawn Michelle 40 5k F
Dawson Emily 57 8 Mile Run F
Dawson Marisa 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
DE LA GARZA JESSICA 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
de la Garza BENJAMIN 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
De La Torre Jose 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Dearmon Merry 62 8 Mile Run F
Dehlavi Hope 43 5k F GZTC
Dehlavi Matthew 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Delgado Stephanie 49 5k F
Delk Kandy 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Della Gatta Christina 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dellomes-Botor Grace 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Deloria Laura 37 8 Mile Run F
Denovchek Aimee 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Desborough Dianna 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Desmarais Michael 40 5k M GZTC
DeVere Shelley 41 8 Mile Run F
Dewald Mary 56 5k F GZTC
Dickens Maggie 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dixon Dave 46 8 Mile Run M
Dobbs William 46 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Dodge Bruce 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Dodge Melisa 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dodson Teresa 50 5k F
Dohm Michael 56 5k M
Dojaquez Melissa 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Doka Sarah 28 8 Mile Run F
DOMINGUEZ VICENTE 26 8 Mile Run M
Doty Rachel 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dowson Zachary 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Doyle Sean 54 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Doyle Jay 44 5k M GZTC
Doyle Jessica 38 5k F GZTC
Doyle Samantha 10 5k F GZTC
Drath Carol 37 5k F GZTC
Duberstein Jennie 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Dubow Susan 68 5k F GZTC
Duer Michael 46 8 Mile Run M
Duncan Lucas 40 8 Mile Run M
Dunn Shannon 25 8 Mile Run F
Dupee John 48 5k M
Dupee Steven 27 5k M
Duran Daniel 27 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Durazo Monica 60 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Earp Monica 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
east michelle 44 5k F GZTC
Eaton Charlotte 35 8 Mile Run F
Edmondson Matt 39 8 Mile Run M
EDMONDSON SARAH 37 5k F
Eguia Sarah 27 8 Mile Run F
Ehlers Georgia 67 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Elevi Anthony 33 5k M
Ellis Nancy 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ellis Scott 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Elmore Spencer 27 8 Mile Run M
Emmert Paul 58 8 Mile Run M
Engel Kirsten 54 5k F
Ennis Miranda 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Enriquez Priscilla 23 5k F
erstad mike 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Escapule Amy 34 5k F GZTC
Espanol Christian 32 5k M
Espinoza Connie 41 5k F GZTC
Estep Kyle 27 5k M
Estrada Karla 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ettleman Nicole 21 virtual F GZTC
Etzwiler Danny 46 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Evans Joie 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Evers Buddy 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Evers Melissa 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Fabriguze Angel 34 5k F
Fairfield Sayda 41 5k F
Fairfield Daniel 36 5k M
Fallis Don 50 8 Mile Run M
Farkas Liz 37 8 Mile Run F
farren corbitt 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Faulk Joe 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Feinberg David 72 5k M
Feinberg Linda 63 5k F
Felde Olga 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Felde Sheryl 56 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Felde Steve 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Felix Carla 31 8 Mile Run F
Ferrari Tina 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ferreri Gianni 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Fest Eric 46 8 Mile Run M
FIECHTNER LES 67 5k M
FIEG BRIAN 37 5k M
Fieg Sandra 37 5k F
Fierro Acension 59 8 Mile Run M
Findysz Amber 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Finn Brian 16 8 Mile Run M
Finn Kristin 14 8 Mile Run F
Fisher Danine 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Fisher Erika 35 5k F GZTC
Fisher Tuesday 28 virtual F GZTC
Fitzpatrick Rebecca 37 5k F GZTC
Flamm Kristie 51 5k F
Flamm Michael 57 5k M
FLEXTER SOL 33 5k F GZTC
Flowers Karen 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Foster Carrie 31 8 Mile Run F
Fountain Cristina 35 8 Mile Run F
Fowler Robyn 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Fox Erica 26 5k F GZTC
Foy Matt 57 5k M
Foye Darlene 55 5k F
Franchi Isabell 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Francis Kelly 41 5k F GZTC
Francisco Maria 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Frank Craig 44 5k M GZTC
Frank Kristina 38 5k F GZTC
Frank Elisabeth 14 5k F GZTC
Frank Anastasia 12 5k F GZTC
Frank Maximilian 8 5k M GZTC
Frank Guthrie 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
FRANKLIN CHAR 59 5k F
Franks Emily 31 8 Mile Run F
Frantz Matthew 58 8 Mile Run M
Frazier Lynn E 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Frostrom Gregg 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Fry Jamie 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Frye James 61 8 Mile Run M
Frye Sharon 57 5k F
Fuller Nancy 66 8 Mile Run F
Fuller Adam 48 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Fuller Heather 39 5k F GZTC
Galda Angie 47 5k F
Galda Ed 52 5k M
Gallagher Karen 66 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gallegos Terry 58 8 Mile Run F
Galow Jessica 36 8 Mile Run F
Galvan Hugo 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Galvan de Ramirez Ruth 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gamez-Hollander Gina 54 5k F
Garcia Silas 39 5k M
Garcia Christobal 40 8 Mile Run M
Garcia Enrique jaime 53 8 Mile Run M
Garcia Noemi 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Garcia Crystal 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Garigan Hansen Cassie 60 5k F
Garlick Cheryl 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Garn Richard 55 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Garn Nile 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gary Claudia 73 5k F GZTC
Gascoigne Loretta 72 8 Mile Run F
Gasswint Vanessa 30 8 Mile Run F
Gastelum Rene 41 8 Mile Run M
Gayda Elyse 30 5k F GZTC
Gebler Molly 25 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Geiger Kelly 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Genske Pamela 45 virtual F GZTC
George Greg 28 8 Mile Run M
George Meredith 28 5k F
Giddings (USBP) Todd 42 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Giese Gary 72 5k M
Gieszl Carly 24 5k F GZTC
Gilbert Lee 58 8 Mile Run F
Gilbert Lyn 60 8 Mile Run F
Gilchrist Coleen 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gilchrist Corey 30 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Gillespie Andrew 50 8 Mile Run M
Gilliam Nancy 63 5k F
Gilliam Cynthia 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gilmore Gilbert 42 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Gisches Eyran 43 5k M
Gisches Mika 10 5k F
Gisches Roi 6 5k M
Glasses Terilene 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Glazer Naomi 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gluski Amanda 30 5k F
Goicoa Rachel 25 5k F
Gold Ira 58 8 Mile Run M
Goldberg Wendy 40 8 Mile Run F
Golden Pam 61 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Golden Steve 67 virtual M GZTC
Goldman Mo 41 8 Mile Run M
Goldsmith Monica 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Goltz philip 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Goncharsky Abbe 38 5k F GZTC
Gonzales Nicholas 34 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Gonzales Claudia 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gonzalez Benito 60 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Goodin Shawna 35 8 Mile Run F
Gordon Karensa 37 8 Mile Run F
gortner aspasia 62 5k F
Gortner Mikaela 24 5k F
Gortner Dave 74 5k M
Gosnell Brigitte 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gossler Kenneth 55 8 Mile Run M
Gough Scott 42 8 Mile Run M
Govea Kristin 30 8 Mile Run F
Grabau Matthew 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Grabau Shannon 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Grant Fikretta "Kika" 44 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Grassmeyer Jodi 58 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gratz Anne 35 8 Mile Run F
Green Abigial 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Greenberg Jennifer 42 5k F
Greenberg Isaac 33 8 Mile Run M
Greenberg Benjamin 36 8 Mile Run M
Greenberg Aaron 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Gregory Duane 40 5k M GZTC
Gregory Carrie 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Gregurich Mochi 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Grennell Kara 12 5k F
Grennell Caleb 10 5k M
Grennell Jacob 7 5k M
Grigel Eric 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Grigel Hillary 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Grover Austin 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Guell Joel 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Guenot Stephan 43 8 Mile Run M
Guernsey Craig 62 8 Mile Run M
Gundy Joe 67 5k M GZTC
Gundy Linda 63 5k F GZTC
Gustafson Julie 51 8 Mile Run F
Gutierrez Ana Maria 45 8 Mile Run F
Gutierrez Keila 28 5k F GZTC
Gutowski Jennifer 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Guy Martina 35 5k F GZTC
Haines Scott 58 8 Mile Run M
Haines Cynthia 61 5k F
Hale Kristen 32 5k F
Hale Kyrie 26 8 Mile Run F
Haley Carmen 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hall Eugene 61 5k M
Hall Patricia 64 5k F
Hall Michael 55 8 Mile Run M
Hall Mark 62 5k M
Hamann Heidi 44 5k F
Hambacher Rachael 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hamm Richard 33 5k M
Hampton Steven 33 8 Mile Run M
Hanna Keri 54 5k F GZTC
Hannibal Frank 54 5k M
Hannibal Alonna 11 5k F
Hans Claire 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hansen Chiristina 64 5k F GZTC
Hansen Roxann 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Happe Marguerite 25 8 Mile Run F
Hardin Suzanne 34 8 Mile Run F
Harper Clarence 61 5k M
Harper Becky 61 5k F
Harper Paula 73 5k F
Harper Maeve 12 5k F
Harper Ray 17 5k M
Harris Jason 30 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Harris Angela 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Harris Brooke 22 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Harris Jason 26 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Harris-Herchenroeder Cathy 40 8 Mile Run F
Harrod Chris 30 5k M
Hartman Edwin 28 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hattan David 63 5k M GZTC
Hausman Aaron 20 8 Mile Run M
Hawk Michelle 48 8 Mile Run F
Haydocy Bob 70 5k M
Hedrick Derek 47 5k M
Heidenreich Bryn 26 8 Mile Run F
Heitmann Erica 35 8 Mile Run F
Helbling Stephanie 35 8 Mile Run F
Held Rachel 25 5k F GZTC
Hellmann Melissa 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hellmann Eric 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hennessey Noel 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Henrick Joseph 73 5k M
HENSON RAY 58 8 Mile Run M
Hernandez Faviola 13 5k F
Hernandez Rogelio 46 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hernandez Alberto 19 8 Mile Run M GZTC
herron sandy 43 8 Mile Run F
Hesse Jerome 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hester Shirley 73 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hichens Roy 33 8 Mile Run M
Hichens Liz 31 5k F
Higgins Heather 36 5k F
higgins russell 31 8 Mile Run M
Hilgeford Rachel 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hill Roy 39 8 Mile Run M
Hinds Elizabeth 59 5k F GZTC
Hobbs Pamelyn 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hochheim Cameron 8 5k M
Hochheim Allie 6 5k F
Hodges Ohia 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hoeflinger Mya 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hoekstra Weslyn 55 5k F
hoekstra Kraigsr 57 5k M
Hoekstra Kraig 31 8 Mile Run M
Hoekstra Ashley 31 8 Mile Run F
Hoelscher Warren 44 8 Mile Run M
Hoff Karen 49 5k F GZTC
Hofmann Tyler 11 5k M
Hohn Christopher 37 8 Mile Run M
Holbrook-Lebiecki Connie 59 5k F GZTC
Holguin Tina 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Holguin Elias 54 5k F GZTC
Holland Bryana 23 8 Mile Run F
Holland Janet 57 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Hollander Steven 66 8 Mile Run M
Hollandsworth Carol 69 virtual F GZTC
Holtan Yoklan 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Holtan Matthew 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hopkins Heather 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Horner Coco 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Horness Catherine 50 5k F
Hosek-Spies Gayle 66 5k F
Hostetler Junie 65 5k F GZTC
Houghton Ian 33 8 Mile Run M
Hovey Rita 57 8 Mile Run F
Howard Taylor 22 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Howard Robert 58 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hruschka Debbie 59 5k F GZTC
Huberty Jeffrey 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hudson James 71 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hughes Steve 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Hurt Erika 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Idunno Goolia Julia 19 5k F
Inners Stephanie 54 5k F
Inners Dalton 18 5k M
Irish Jim 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Isabelle Jonathan 46 5k M GZTC
Isabelle Benjamin 15 5k M GZTC
Jackson Jamie 32 5k F
Jackson Janell 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Jacobs Debra 57 5k F GZTC
Jacobs James 60 5k M GZTC
Jacobsen Michael 45 8 Mile Run M
Jacobson Sandra 32 8 Mile Run F
Jacobson Walter 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Jacobson-Williams Diana 47 8 Mile Run F
Jaime Robert 32 8 Mile Run M
Jaime Ramon 56 8 Mile Run M
Jaime Rosa 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
James Katie 25 8 Mile Run F
Janicki Ashley 32 8 Mile Run F
Janicki Matt 31 8 Mile Run M
Jannusch Larry 60 5k M
Jansmann Paula 63 5k F GZTC
Janson Judy 71 5k F
Jarvis Chip 56 8 Mile Run M
Jeck Tracy 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Jeck David 46 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Jensen Laura 34 8 Mile Run F
Jewett Laura 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Jimenez Ivan 25 5k M
Johnson Laura 23 8 Mile Run F
Johnson Julie 41 5k F GZTC
Johnson Bruce 62 virtual M GZTC
Johnson Anne 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Johnston Maureen 21 After September 1st F
Jones Dayna 41 5k F
Jones Aaron 36 5k F
Jones Julesha 43 5k F
Jones Joni 62 5k F GZTC
Jones Gary 62 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Jones Catherine 42 5k F GZTC
Jones Lindsey 33 5k F GZTC
Jones Susy 58 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Jorgensen Tracy 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Joubert Meredith 41 8 Mile Run F
Joubert Tannus 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Juarez Cecilia 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Juarez Kat 25 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kaczynski Brett 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Kading Hannah 28 5k F
Kaempf Aimee 39 8 Mile Run F
Kahl Alandra 32 virtual F GZTC
Kallevig Jeff 47 5k M GZTC
Kane Nancy 64 8 Mile Run F
Kapor Branislava 41 8 Mile Run,5k F GZTC
Karlberg Kathy 58 5k F
Karpen Stephen 27 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Keaner Justin 34 8 Mile Run F
Keaner Justin 34 5k F
Keating Katie 34 5k F
Keel Kellie 41 5k F
Kehring Julie 57 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Keller Robin 44 5k F
Kelley Colleen 50 8 Mile Run F
Kelly Mary Alice 49 8 Mile Run F
Kelly Michelle 37 8 Mile Run F
Kelly John 38 8 Mile Run M
Kelly Blake 56 8 Mile Run M
Kennemer Lois 71 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kenski Kate 43 8 Mile Run F
Kerwin EJ 43 8 Mile Run M
Ketchmark Thomas 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Ketchmark Tracey 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Khawam Angelique 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kiser Lisa 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Klaehn Mary 53 5k F GZTC
Kleiman Kimberly 47 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Klein Douglas 55 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Klem Suzanne 52 8 Mile Run F
Klier Marianne 68 5k F
Klinker Julie 53 8 Mile Run F
Knight Elizabeth 33 5k F
Knowlton Cindy 51 5k F GZTC
Knyazev Dmitry 47 5k M GZTC
Knyazeva Natalie 11 5k F GZTC
Knyazeva Allison 8 5k F GZTC
Koenig Brianna 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kohler Lindsay 35 5k F GZTC
Kohler Ken 30 5k M GZTC
Kortyna Gary 65 5k M GZTC
Kortyna Deb 64 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kost Alan 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Kowalczyk Natalie 30 8 Mile Run F
Kozachik Ann 60 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kratz Elaine 31 8 Mile Run F
Kratz Dale 59 8 Mile Run M
Kratz Joanne 58 8 Mile Run F
Kravec Laura 33 5k F GZTC
Kristensen Becky 35 5k F
Krone Russell 52 8 Mile Run M
Krone Russell 52 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Kross Mark 55 5k M
Kugler Tamar 41 5k F
KUHLMANN EVE 61 8 Mile Run F
Kump Nicole 33 5k F
Kurtin Katie 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Kusma Shawna 36 5k F GZTC
Lachin Cindy 57 5k F
Lacson Leda 38 5k F GZTC
LaFrese Cyndi 29 5k F GZTC
Lage Erin 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lamb Heather 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lambson Cory 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lamphear Sarah 31 5k F
Lamy Larry 52 8 Mile Run M
Lamy Shirley 52 5k F
Lancaster Joseph 54 5k M
Lancaster Laury 50 After September 1st F
Landon James 46 5k M
Landon Max 6 5k M
Landon Heidi 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lane Karen 46 8 Mile Run F
Langlais Raymond 16 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lansberry Candace 59 8 Mile Run F GZTC
LaPointe Emma 11 5k F GZTC
LaPointe Stacie 40 5k F GZTC
LaRochelle Amanda 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Larson Brian 68 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Larson Alicia 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Larson Erik 46 8 Mile Run M GZTC
LaShot Jacob 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Latt Daniel 47 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Layne Diana 56 5k F
Lazarow Heather 28 5k F GZTC
Le Hue 34 virtual F GZTC
Leary David 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Leary Lori 41 5k F GZTC
Lee Tim 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lee Cynthia 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Leffler Sarah 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Leffler Holly 39 5k F GZTC
Legan Melisa 40 5k F GZTC
Lehman Adam 52 5k M
Lemoine Derek 34 8 Mile Run M
Lemoncello Andrew 33 8 Mile Run M
Leo Tim 55 8 Mile Run M
LeRoy Brian 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Levengood Erin 41 5k F
Levengood Ryan 8 5k M
Levengood Briana 11 5k F
Levine Alaina 40 8 Mile Run F
Lewis Jeff 50 8 Mile Run M
Lewis Stephanie 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ley Mary 50 8 Mile Run F
Ley Martin 52 5k M
Ley Marty 14 5k M
Ley Benji 12 5k M
Ley Sofia 10 5k F
Lialios Deanne 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Licinio Cathy Lee 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Liddicoat Cindy 44 5k F
Liebeskind Mary 38 5k F GZTC
Lien Josh 42 8 Mile Run M
Lien Amy 42 8 Mile Run F
Lillich Krista 30 8 Mile Run F
lIND aDAM 39 5k M
Lipowich Shelley Ann 77 5k F GZTC
Lipsy Robert 64 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lipsy Laurita 63 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Liston James 53 8 Mile Run M
Little Jessica 26 5k F
Liu Qian 36 8 Mile Run F
Locke Robert 49 5k M
Lohrman Rachel 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Long Maria 47 5k F
Long Dave 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Longoria Artemisa 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lopez David 57 5k M GZTC
Lopez Connie 64 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lopez Monica 29 8 Mile Run F
LOPEZ CARRIZOZA DANIELA 30 8 Mile Run,5k F GZTC
Love Elaina 51 8 Mile Run F
Love Rene 51 5k F
Love Raymond 60 5k M
love alissa 33 8 Mile Run F
Lovers Dori 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Lowe Victoria 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Loya Jesus 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lugo Eugenio 60 8 Mile Run M
Lugo Sally 57 5k F
Luna Victoria 36 8 Mile Run F
Lund John 59 5k M GZTC
Lund Kristy 54 5k F GZTC
Lusk Roi 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Lutz Jennifer 37 5k F
Lutz Marcel 34 5k M
Lynch Sean 39 virtual M GZTC
Maas Sherri 44 5k F
Maas Blake 13 5k M
Maas Brooke 8 5k F
Maas Kent 55 5k M
Macaluso Gina 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mackey Jody 56 5k F
MacMillan Liane 45 8 Mile Run F
MacNeil Lynne 63 5k F
madison lee 64 8 Mile Run M
Madrid Karen 49 5k F GZTC
Madrid Paul 54 5k M GZTC
Madrid Dennis 44 5k M GZTC
Magana Marjanne 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Magnan Jim 58 8 Mile Run M
Malaski Gretchen 67 5k F
Malaski Ray 65 5k M
Malkin Rick 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Malkin Caroline 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mancillas Gabe 43 5k M GZTC
Mangelsdorf Danelle 40 8 Mile Run F
Mann John-Paul 24 8 Mile Run M
Manns Tina 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Marion Christopher 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Markley Jessica 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Marshall Bob 60 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Marshall Laura 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Martin Buddy 60 8 Mile Run M
Martin Thom 39 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Martin Briar 40 8 Mile Run F
Martin Monet 41 8 Mile Run F
Martin Michael 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Martin Sylvia 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
martinez alejandra 27 5k F GZTC
Martinez Angelica 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Martinez Michael 38 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Maskaykina Irina 29 8 Mile Run F
Maskaykina Irina 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mate Patrick 40 8 Mile Run M
Mate Edith 40 5k F
mathewson amber 51 5k F GZTC
Mathiesen Kay 52 8 Mile Run F
Matteson Fred 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Maxfield Megan 30 8 Mile Run F
Maxwell Diana 47 5k F GZTC
Maynard Hal 50 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Maynard Donna 49 5k F GZTC
McArthur Alex 27 8 Mile Run F
McArthur Guy 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
McCallum Erica 51 8 Mile Run F
McCarthy Craig 56 8 Mile Run M
McCarthy Rebecca 47 8 Mile Run F
McCollom Matthew 37 5k M GZTC
McCollom Camila 33 5k F GZTC
McComack Mark 48 8 Mile Run M GZTC
McCool Rosemary 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
McCormick Christina 25 5k F
McCormick Laurence 25 5k M
McDaniel Judith 72 5k F GZTC
McDonald Daniel 56 8 Mile Run M GZTC
McDonough Eva 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
McDonough Scott 55 5k M GZTC
McDougall Christie 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
McFarlin Brandt 62 8 Mile Run M GZTC
McGee Heath 45 8 Mile Run M
McGinnis Erin 70 5k F GZTC
McGuigan Dennis 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
McHolm Rebekah 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
McHolm Matthew 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Mclean John 60 8 Mile Run M
Mead William 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Medina Annemarie 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Meek David 32 5k M GZTC
Meeker Raymond 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Meekhof Andrew 38 5k M
Meekhof Angela 37 5k F
Meekhof Brynn 13 5k F
Mejia Marcela 37 5k F GZTC
Mencke Todd 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Mencke Jen 47 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mensack Meghan 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Metelski Julia 34 8 Mile Run F
Meuschke Billie 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Meyer Martin 43 8 Mile Run M
Meyer Geoff 42 8 Mile Run M
Meza Maximilian 30 5k M GZTC
Michels Kurt 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Michelson Marty 70 8 Mile Run M
Midkiff Shelley 41 5k F GZTC
Miguel Stephanie 32 8 Mile Run F
Milbrandt Marcy 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Miller Trina 42 8 Mile Run F
Miller Beth 58 5k F GZTC
Miller Patricia 38 5k F GZTC
Miller Amanda 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Miller Mark 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Miller Savannah 22 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Miller Nathaniel 22 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Miller-Lopez Marni 41 5k F GZTC
Miller-Samuels Judy 54 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mills Craig 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Mills Kurt 27 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Milroy Clint 29 8 Mile Run M
Mireles Rosario 25 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mislinski Kade Reid 41 8 Mile Run M
Mitchell Jezabel 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mockbee Joy 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Modrzejewski Dan 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Moline Brenda 64 5k F
Molitor Corey 25 8 Mile Run M
Molnar Joseph 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Molnar Corrinna 31 5k F GZTC
Momsen Neil 24 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Monahan Marlee 23 5k F
Monroe Jessica 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Monson Ander 41 8 Mile Run M
Montano Marcus 22 8 Mile Run M
Montoya Larry 48 5k M
Moon Loretta 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Moore Melissa 40 5k F
Moore Michael 39 5k M
Moore Cristina 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Moreno Maggie 33 5k F
Morgan John 50 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Morrison Helena 41 5k F
Morrison Adam 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Mosher Teri 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Mott Russell 63 5k M
Mountain Rebecca 28 5k F GZTC
Moynihan Debbie I. 60 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Moynihan Michael 63 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Mulla Omar 59 8 Mile Run M
Mund Melissa 42 5k F
Mund Brian 43 5k M
Munnigh Dania 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Munozcano Kam 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Murphy Mark 58 8 Mile Run M
Murphy Niall 34 8 Mile Run M
Musto John 31 5k M
Musto Robert 27 5k M
Myers Maggie 25 5k F
Myers Garrett 27 8 Mile Run M
Nagy Martin 50 5k M GZTC
Nannery Peter 43 8 Mile Run M
Nanni Matthew 23 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Nanni Daniel 21 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Nastase Abby 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nastase Ryan 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Nath Caryn 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nava Urbea Leonardo 3 5k M
Navarrette Vanessa 32 5k F GZTC
Navarro Cesar 41 8 Mile Run M
Navarro Jesse 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
NAZEMI SARA 36 5k F
Nelson Andrew 33 8 Mile Run M
Nelson Gina 41 5k F
Nelson Carrie 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nelson Dittrich Anna 32 8 Mile Run F
Nesslinger Kristine 23 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nez Harrelsen 28 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Nez Vanessa 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nido Clarisa 36 5k F GZTC
Niemiec Laurie 43 5k F
Nieto Kelly 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
NILES AMY 30 5k F
Nolasco John 42 5k M
Nolasco Stacy 39 5k F
Nordmeyer Janet 63 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Norwood Robert 54 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Norzagaray Lillianna 3 5k F
Notaroberta Nora 30 8 Mile Run F
Notbohm William 50 5k M
Notbohm Lori 51 5k F
Nottingham Emily 64 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Nunez Martha 32 5k F GZTC
O'Brien Christina 42 8 Mile Run F
O'Brien Patrick 40 8 Mile Run M
O'Callaghan Mike 63 8 Mile Run M
O'Connor PATRICK 56 5k F GZTC
O'Connor PATRICK 58 5k F GZTC
Oblian Andrea 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ochoa Melissa 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ochoa Noe 36 5k M GZTC
Ochoa Angel 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
ODell Jennifer 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
ODell Donald 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Olander Kathaleen 65 5k F GZTC
Olivier Tomás 27 5k M
Ornelas Mario 33 8 Mile Run M
Orozco Natalia 34 5k F
Ortiz Alba 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Osborne John 63 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Osborne Diana 62 5k F GZTC
Osteen-Petreshock Kim 40 8 Mile Run F
Oster Bonnie 63 5k F
Otero Kimberly 60 5k F GZTC
Owens Charles 44 5k M GZTC
Owens Isabella 7 5k F GZTC
Pace Thaddeus 40 5k M
Pacheco Vanessa 33 5k F GZTC
Paige Richard 47 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Pakka Robin 48 5k F GZTC
Paradis Brian 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Paradis Erin 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Parcher Gary 70 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Parker Mitchell 28 5k M
Parker Sara 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Parness Sue Anne 57 8 Mile Run F
Partney Diana 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Patania Brown Nancy 57 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Patton Jennifer 41 8 Mile Run F
Patton Wendy 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Paull Jennifer 27 5k F
Peck Andrew 45 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Peek Gloanna 51 5k F
Peercy Stacy 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pekarske William 52 8 Mile Run M
Pekarske Katie 19 8 Mile Run F
Pekas Mary 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pena Starr 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pence Janice 45 8 Mile Run F
Perez Jesus 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Perez-Arrieta Ana 38 8 Mile Run F
Perrott Claire 26 5k F
Perryman John 30 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Perto Nicole 31 5k F GZTC
Peru Larissa 25 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Peters Brandon 35 5k M GZTC
Petersavage John 47 5k M
PETERSAVAGE KRISTIN 46 5k F GZTC
Petersen Tricia 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Petersen-Vargas Linda 60 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Peterson Kimberly 37 5k F GZTC
Pierce Rachael 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pierson Donna 65 8 Mile Run F
Pineda Juan 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Piper Jason 40 8 Mile Run M
Pitney Linda 52 5k F
Planjery Shiva 33 5k M
pluchinsky lori 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Poje Moira 23 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pollard Marnie 44 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Polsky Abigail 21 8 Mile Run F GZTC
ponczek stan 69 8 Mile Run M
Pontes Marco 50 8 Mile Run M
Pontes Alice 46 8 Mile Run F
Pontifex Tasha 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Portillo Sarai 25 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Powers Lisa 39 5k F GZTC
Powers Rachel 43 virtual F GZTC
Prather Hannah 9 5k F
Prebish Ashley 33 5k F
Prebish Kevin 28 8 Mile Run M
Prenzno Bill 52 5k M GZTC
Prenzno Aida 45 5k F GZTC
Prevenas Nicholas 34 5k M GZTC
Prevenas Kelly 32 5k F GZTC
Price Amber 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pride Miguel 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Priest Jason 39 8 Mile Run M
Priest Tanya 39 5k F GZTC
Prouse Shervic 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Pursel Rebekah 26 5k F
Putrament Luke 35 5k M GZTC
Quidera Dianna 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Quihuis Danny 52 5k M
Quihuis Maria 52 5k F
Quihuis Robert 47 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Quintero Ray 45 5k M GZTC
Quintero III Demetrio 40 8 Mile Run M
Radcliff Bridget 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Raftery Shawn 30 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Ragsdale Tammara 53 5k F
Rainie Cora 11 5k F GZTC
Rainie Stephanie 41 5k F GZTC
Ramiller Stacia 39 8 Mile Run F
Ramirez Ivan 27 8 Mile Run M
RAMIREZ DEBBIE 59 5k F
Ramon Roland 41 8 Mile Run M
Ramos James 9 5k M
Ramos Michael 37 5k M
Ramsey Bernadette 32 5k F
Ramsey Amy 39 5k F
Ramsey Matt 42 5k M
Ramsey II Robert 38 5k M
Randall Josh 35 8 Mile Run M
rapp david 37 5k M
Rawson Wendy 54 8 Mile Run F
Rawson Todd 52 8 Mile Run M
Ray Autumn 36 8 Mile Run F
Ray Jill 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Reasoner Lauren 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Reavis Dan 31 8 Mile Run M
Reed Kara 38 8 Mile Run F
Reed Thomas 33 8 Mile Run M
Reed Taylor 60 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Reese Donald 56 8 Mile Run M
Reichert John 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Reineke Robin 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Resnick Dave 43 8 Mile Run F
Resnick Dave 43 5k F
Reuter Julie 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Reyna Belinda 45 8 Mile Run F
Reyna Jacob 12 8 Mile Run M
Reyna Gabriel 15 8 Mile Run M
Reyna Ron 43 8 Mile Run M
Rhoades Courtney 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ribbeck Elizabeth 42 8 Mile Run F
Richard Leo 63 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Richards William 32 5k M
Richards Andrea 30 5k F
Richards Susan 58 5k F
Richards Dean 59 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Richardson Cyndi 42 8 Mile Run F
Richelson Sarah 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Richmond Nicola 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Richter Vanessa 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ricoy Katrina 26 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ridgeway Max 55 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Riegger Don 59 8 Mile Run M
Riggs Adriana 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rightmer Chris 54 8 Mile Run M
rinas Luressa 30 5k F GZTC
Rippey Jen 44 5k F GZTC
Rivas Fernando 37 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Rivera Luis 35 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Rix Deborah 50 5k F
Roberts Greg 43 8 Mile Run M
Roberts Beth 41 5k F GZTC
Robillia Paul 79 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Rochon Mike 61 5k M
Rodriguez Alexander 43 8 Mile Run M
Rodriguez Judie 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rodriguez Michael 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Rodriguez Rubi 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rodziewicz Eric 51 8 Mile Run M
Roediger Suellen 62 8 Mile Run F
Roessler Randi Jean 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rogers Sherry 58 5k F GZTC
Rogers Ron 57 5k M GZTC
Rogucki Joanie 63 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rogucki Joanie 63 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rohret Karen 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rojo Ruben 37 5k M
Romero Yvonne 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ron Vic 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rook Holly 29 8 Mile Run F
Rose Salina 35 8 Mile Run F
Rosen Neil 63 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Rosenblatt Maya 67 8 Mile Run F
Rosenblum Shayna 28 8 Mile Run F
Rosenthal Larry 73 8 Mile Run M
Ross Nada 32 5k F
Ross Elle 48 5k F
Ross Jon 34 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Ross David 29 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Ross Jessica 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rossi Eric 30 5k M GZTC
Rothschild Jenny 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rough Michelle 37 5k F GZTC
Rowe Julia 43 5k F
Ruelas Ana 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ruiz Carson 9 5k M
Ruiz Diane 42 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rupp Leslie 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Rupp Lori 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
RUTH SCOTT 58 5k M GZTC
Saab Ramsey 38 8 Mile Run M
Sabatine John 43 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Sabri Brian 31 8 Mile Run M
Saez Ileana 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Safford Jolene 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sage Rick 57 8 Mile Run M
Sage Jane 63 5k F GZTC
Salcido Lucero Janecelyn 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Saleska Scott 53 5k M
Saleska Helene 11 5k F
Salloum Michelle 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Salmon Susan 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Samorano Diane 38 8 Mile Run F
Sample Heidi 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sanchez Jennifer 43 5k F GZTC
Sandeen Kelly 39 8 Mile Run F
Santa Cruz Alejandro 31 8 Mile Run M
Santos Jon 26 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Sargent Michelle 28 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sasnett Jennifer 49 8 Mile Run F
Sattler Angi 41 5k F
Sauber Joseph 24 5k M
Saunders Lawrence 62 5k M
Savidge Gail 44 8 Mile Run F
Sax Elizabeth 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sayler Carol 47 5k F
scheu cyndra 33 8 Mile Run F
Schierling Michael 38 8 Mile Run M
Schierling Kathryn 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Schindler Eric 61 5k M GZTC
Schlink Lisa 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Schlottman Keith 52 8 Mile Run M
Schmidt Geoff 45 8 Mile Run M
Schmidt Becky 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Schnell Cindy 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Schnidt Chris 27 8 Mile Run M
Schreiber Jay 68 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Schuetze Mike 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Schumann Pat 54 5k F GZTC
Schutz Amanda 29 8 Mile Run F
Schwartz Adam 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Schwartz Jan 69 5k F GZTC
Scott Tonya 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Scott Amy 37 5k F GZTC
Scribner Robert 30 8 Mile Run M
Seldner Cesar 38 5k M
Seltzer Ryan 41 8 Mile Run M
Semenick Daniel 42 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Semenick Kristen 40 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sessano Vikki 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Shaffer Daniel 50 5k M GZTC
Shapiro Eve 64 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sharp Karilyn 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sharp Jeanne 40 5k F GZTC
Shea Kim 59 5k F
Sheahan Sean 33 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Shehab Kareem 37 8 Mile Run M
Shelby Kirsten 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sheldon Steve 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Sherrow Breanna 28 8 Mile Run F
Shimps Michelle 43 5k F
Shinn Jessie 45 8 Mile Run F
Shipek Catlow 38 8 Mile Run M
Shumate Cindy 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Shupe Rachel 36 8 Mile Run F
Shyman Judie 73 5k F
Sierra Cecilia 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Siff Barry 61 5k M
Silva Luis 45 5k M
Silva Liz 33 5k F GZTC
Silva Ernesto 31 5k M GZTC
Silvas Sharon 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Simmons Carolyn 36 5k F GZTC
Simon Tiffany 31 5k F GZTC
SIMON BRETT 31 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Sinclair Jill 50 8 Mile Run F
Sinclair James 34 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Singerman Carrie 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sinn Jeff 63 8 Mile Run M
Skelly Kim 29 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Skog Michelle 42 5k F
Slater Becca 27 8 Mile Run F
Slaughter Jerel 44 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Sloan Jaime 32 5k F
Smalldridge Sara 29 5k F
Smalldridge Shawn 31 5k M
Smith Jordan 32 5k F
Smith Joelle 30 5k F
Smith Jeff 53 5k M
Smith Alice 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Smith Sheena 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Smith Taylor 18 5k F GZTC
Smith Bill 43 5k M GZTC
Smith Kelsey 27 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Smitham Grace 30 8 Mile Run F
Snyder Sharon 29 5k F
Sobey Anita 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Solan Mike 68 8 Mile Run M
Solana Tanya 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Soles Robert 45 8 Mile Run M
Somsan Lisa 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Soo Anna 31 5k F GZTC
Soqui-Ochoa Catie 44 8 Mile Run F
Sorensen Amy 43 5k F GZTC
Soto Rosa 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sowers Brenda 35 5k F GZTC
Sowers Carolyn 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sparrow Jennie 43 8 Mile Run F
Spear Eileen 48 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Spear Chad 35 5k M GZTC
Spears Jennifer 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Spencer Dawna 44 8 Mile Run F
Spencer Barry 54 5k M
Spies Gary 65 5k M
Spohn Michelle 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Spry Michele 40 virtual F GZTC
Squires Judy 65 5k F
Stackhouse Tim 34 8 Mile Run M
Stamp Joel 56 8 Mile Run M
Starjnski Katharine 51 5k F GZTC
Starjnski Ronald 52 5k M GZTC
Stavish Carrie 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Stavish Richard 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Steele Caleb 20 5k M GZTC
Steiner Randi 47 8 Mile Run F
Steinfeld Alice 62 8 Mile Run F
Steketee Sid 56 8 Mile Run M
Stelly Nicole 34 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Stelly Aaron 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
SteveO Southern Arizona Roadrunners 46 8 Mile Run M
Stewart Jennifer 43 5k F
Stine Laura 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Stine Joshua 31 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Stocks Brian 67 8 Mile Run M
Stokes Kristen 24 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Stolmaker Dori 45 8 Mile Run F
Stoltenberg Erica 29 8 Mile Run F
Stone Pam 55 8 Mile Run F
Stone Gar 64 8 Mile Run M
Stoner Matt 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Stowell Lucybeth 39 8 Mile Run F
strand mark 50 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Strange Julia 50 5k F GZTC
Strange Julia 50 5k F
Strober Caryn 35 5k F GZTC
Stubbs Zachary 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Studer Megan 39 5k F GZTC
Stump Craig 55 8 Mile Run M
Suida Carol 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sullivan Davina 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Sun Shiva 34 5k F GZTC
sutton donald 56 5k M
Sutton Tillie 84 5k F
Sutton-Mulla Martha 52 5k F
Swallow Mary 55 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Swann Don 59 8 Mile Run M
Swanson Christian 39 5k M
Swanson Irene 62 5k F GZTC
Sweat Stephen 40 8 Mile Run M
Swift Melba 66 5k F
Swift James 67 5k M
Tadevich Paul 55 8 Mile Run M
Taggart Steve 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Tanio Rhoda 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Tanner Matt 39 8 Mile Run M
Taschuk Eugene 60 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Tate Tyler 28 8 Mile Run M
Taulbee Joshua 36 8 Mile Run M
Tavelli Carrie 34 5k F
Tavelli John Patrick 22 8 Mile Run M
tavelli teresa 62 5k F
Tavelli Brendon 36 5k M
Tavelli Annabelle 3 5k F
Taylor Bryan 29 8 Mile Run M
Taylor Emily 36 5k F GZTC
Taylor Hillary 26 5k F GZTC
Tearne Michael 47 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Tedesco Kristi 45 5k F
Tenebruso Dawn 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Teppett Jenny 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Teppett Mark 39 5k M GZTC
Teran Catherine 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Teran John 31 5k M GZTC
Testa Claudia 41 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Thomas John 61 8 Mile Run M
Thomas Andy 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Thomas Eric 24 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Thompson Dan 51 8 Mile Run M
Thompson Cathi 51 5k F
Thompson Brian 37 8 Mile Run M
Thompson Richard 23 8 Mile Run M GZTC
THOMPSON III FLOYD 40 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Tierney Christina 34 8 Mile Run F
Timm-smith Robin 52 8 Mile Run F
Timm-smith Robin 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Timpany Rhonda 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Tipton Matthew 35 5k M GZTC
Tipton Elizabeth 39 5k F GZTC
Tochihara Lori 56 5k F
Todd Thomas 47 8 Mile Run M
Todd Rebecca 33 5k F GZTC
Toone Gloria 57 5k F GZTC
Torgerson Susy 64 5k F
Torres Lee 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Trainor Brad 46 8 Mile Run M
Trangsrud Dave 32 8 Mile Run M
Trinkle Maggie 41 5k F
Trujillo Dylan 18 5k M
Trujillo Julian 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Trujillo Elvia 39 8 Mile Run F GZTC
trumpinski steven 48 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Tuck Kevin 60 8 Mile Run M
Tucker Michael 33 5k M
Turnbough Sanna 25 5k F
Turner Gerald 52 5k M
Turner Michael 32 8 Mile Run M
Turner Wendy 30 5k F GZTC
Turner Bruce 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Unger Jocelyn 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Urbina Lorenzo 38 5k M
Valenzuela Yvonne 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Van Fleet Sherri 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Van Pelt Donald 39 8 Mile Run M
VanDerlaske Danielle 33 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Vargas Frank 61 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Vassar Vanessa 42 5k F
Velasquez Isaac 4 5k M
Ventura Stephanie 25 5k F
Verdugo Cristina 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Vigil Laura 52 8 Mile Run F GZTC
VINCENT JENNY 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Vise Melissa 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Vossler Kendra 34 5k F GZTC
Vossler Ryan 35 5k M GZTC
Voveris Kristie 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Voveris Colin 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
wagner jerry 57 8 Mile Run M
Walker Ivy 45 5k F
Walls Bradley 49 8 Mile Run M
Walter Michael 50 8 Mile Run M
Ward Chris 43 8 Mile Run M
Ward Jill 58 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Ware Charlie 30 8 Mile Run M
Warner Nathan 33 8 Mile Run M
Wasik Aly 43 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Waterman Amy 46 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Watkins George 51 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Watts Raymond 37 8 Mile Run M
Weems Bobbie Jo 43 8 Mile Run F
Weisband Suzie 59 8 Mile Run F
Weissauer Christina 57 8 Mile Run F
Weitzel Rob 49 5k M
Weitzel Lynnette 51 5k F
Weleck Kassandra 35 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wellborn Jennifer 36 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Welty Catherine 54 5k F
Wemmer Jennifer 34 5k F
Wemmer Kevin 34 5k M
Wesnitzer Austin 32 8 Mile Run M GZTC
west vincent 27 5k M
West Tenesha 26 5k F
West Jessica 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
West AJ 13 5k M GZTC
West Claire 11 5k F GZTC
West Charles 41 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Westman Zach 19 8 Mile Run M
Whelan Linda 55 8 Mile Run F
Whirlwind-Soldier Destiny 36 5k F
Whisman Shelby 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
White Oscar 55 8 Mile Run M
White Pauline 58 8 Mile Run F
Whitus Brandi 33 virtual F GZTC
Wiggins Briana 38 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wiggins Alexander 17 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Wijeweera Chandya 33 5k F GZTC
Wilcox Jessica 25 5k F
Wilcox George 53 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Wilcox Gracie 45 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Williams Thomas 34 8 Mile Run M
Williams Christy 37 8 Mile Run F
Williams Scott 39 8 Mile Run M
Williams Elizabeth 36 5k F
WILLIAMS DEBBIE 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Williams Doug 49 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Williamson Warren 69 5k M GZTC
Williamson Brant 8 5k M
Williamson Gene 46 5k M
Wilson Christian 49 8 Mile Run M
Wilson Amy 45 5k F
Wilson LeRoy 57 8 Mile Run M
Wilson Lynne 46 5k F
Wilson Mike 75 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Wilson Ryan 36 8 Mile Run M GZTC
Wingstad Alina 50 5k F
Winkler Jacqueline 49 5k F GZTC
Winkler William 57 5k M GZTC
winner denise 45 8 Mile Run F
Winters David 64 8 Mile Run M
Winters Dolores 58 8 Mile Run F
Wittenborn Amanda 37 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wolert Jennifer 40 8 Mile Run F
Wolferstetter Kay 51 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wood Christie 34 8 Mile Run F
Woodard Mallory 27 5k F
Woodard Josh 26 5k M
Woodard Audrey 0 5k F
Wooddancer-Fisher Janet 68 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Woodward James S. 71 virtual M GZTC
Woodward Anita 66 5k F GZTC
Woodward Anita 66 virtual F GZTC
Wortman Cindy 49 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wright Linda 66 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Wuerfel Vera 49 8 Mile Run F
Yamafuji Lani 53 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Yancick Michelle 31 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Yarbrough DeAnna 26 5k F GZTC
Yingst Denise 50 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Young Janay 36 8 Mile Run F
Yu Soojie 30 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Zearley Margi 54 8 Mile Run F GZTC
Zimmerman Ross 63 5k M GZTC
Zonder Helene 61 5k F GZTC
Zubia Cassandra 32 8 Mile Run F GZTC

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Email to TMC Saguaro race registrants

Aug 19, 2016

Click here for the first round of details on the TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run packet pickup, race day schedules, parking, awards, the National Park Service, and more.  So grab a rocking chair & root beer and settle down for a nice read . . .  please consider joining our non-profit running club. SAR is a grass-roots, member-driven running club committed to making our region better through running.  SAR members receive discounts to our races, a quarterly newsletter, discounts to local businesses and a cool t-shirt.  See http://www.azroadrunners.org to join the club!


 

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New TMC Saguaro Logo Announced!

Jul 14, 2016

Check out the 2016 TMC Saguaro logo -- we're helping the National Park Service celebrate their 100th anniversary -- thanks to Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrwo Wilson for having the foresight to ensure that our national community would have such beautiful national lands!

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SAR member discount toTMC Saguaro Labor Day 8-miler and 5k - only 400+ spots open!

Jun 4, 2016

Online registration and mail-in registration is now open for the popular September 4, TMC Saguaro Labor Day 8-miler and 5k.  SAR members receive $5 off their registration when registering by June 30th, so join SAR now! 

This race is capped at 1300 and over 850 have already registered.  

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TMC Saguaro Post-Race Report: Order photos, results, timing, awards and more

Sep 10, 2015

Click here for the post-race Race Report eblast sent to all of the participants at the  TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run, including details on how to see photos, results, timing, awards and more.

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Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8 Miler and 5k age group results now posted

Sep 9, 2015

Results for the 5k and 8 Miler can be found here.  I apologize for the delay. We had an unfortunate chip and timing mat malfuntion at the starting line and were unable to pick up the start times.  All results are gun time. Age Group awards can be picked up at The Running Shop.  

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46th Annual TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run in the books!

Sep 7, 2015

Congratulations to overall men's winner Stephen Schaefer and to overall women's winner Amy Cole for leading the way around the hilly 8-mile Saguaro National Park loop road in today's Labor Day race.  Congratulations, too, to Jamie Herschberger and to Claire Hans for winning the 5k.  The race timer is hard at work handling the post-race data, so we should have final results for the 8-mile and the 5k available shortly.  If by Wednesday morning you are still uncertain of your posted results, please contact me at randy@runtucson.net.

A highlight of the Tucson running calendar for almost half a century now, the TMC Saguaro race saw plenty of determined runners and happy faces, as over 1,100 runners and walkers finished the 8-mile and 5k.  Thanks to all the race participants and race sponsors such as Tucson Medical Center and Cox Charities, over $10,000 will go to Saguaro National Park, Friends of Saguaro National Park, and the Southern Arizona Roadrunners, with another $8,000 being raised for Child and Family Resources through the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown.  Special thanks to all of the regional National Park Service staff for their hard work in making this event happen.  As we begin to celebrate the Centennial Year of America's National Park, we are especially grateful for our local Park treasure.  

Special thanks, too, to our wonderful water station volunteers: parents and students from St. Augustine High School managed the water at the finish line, while Pam and Christian's runners from the Sahuaro Cross Country team handled MIles #2 and 4, while Shane's athletes from Catalina HS handled Mile #6.  The Tucson Tri-Girls and the National Park Service were on hand for mile 7, which was also the water stop for the 5k.

Sheryl Felde coordinated the volunteers for the Southern Arizona Roadrunners.  Special thanks to all the runners from The Workout Group who pitched in, including these great people:

Steve and Sheryl
Marti and Stephane Ackermann
Merry Dearmon and Stephan Moore
Connie Lopez
Steve Sheldon
Cindy Schnell
Molly and Myk Brown
Deborah Chappa
Charlotte Belflower
Janet Holland
Pam Hoyt
Don Branaman
Steve Outridge
Tim Bentley
Itzel Marques
Itzel Rosas
Robin Gerard
Ron Lumm
Joe Faulk
Shirley Hester
Jeri Baker
Linda Pitney
Andrew Peck
Paige Redman
Amada Greenler
Carrie Frisian
Mik White
Eve Shapiro
Linda Whelan
Sandra Heater
Eric Sanders
Craig Dabler
Clair Hans
Katie Keating
Doreen Davis
Michelle Hawk
Maureen Cunningham

James Eichberger

Dari Duval

Gina Nelson

Aric Accetta

John Chamberlain

Lucas Tyler 

Diane Manzini

The cross country teams of St. Augustine HS, Catalina HS, and Sahuaro HS

The Workout Group volunteer group!

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Saguaro National Park Results

Sep 7, 2015

Preliminary overall results can be found here.  Age group updates will be provided shortly!  Have a wonderful Labor Day!

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Final Update for TMC Saguaro

Sep 6, 2015

Hello to the participants in Monday's TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run.  Below are some updates, along with a repeat of the million race items from previous emails.  See the race page for all race details

Weather
Conflicting reports have it either clear or rainy on Monday morning (see image from weatherunderground.com way below).  We will hold the race rain or shine; however, the National Park Service reserves the right to make race morning decisions in the event of dangerous lightening.  If it is a drenching rain, please be especially kind and gracious to the volunteers as we handle packet pick up and all the race logistics.
National Park Centennial
Did you know that Labor Day marks the beginning of the year-long National Park Centennial Celebration?  See http://www.nps.gov/subjects/centennial/index.htm for details! 
More Park Service News: New leadership
Did you know that the Saguaro Park has some new folks?  New Chief Ranger Ray O'Neil and new East Side Supervisory Ranger Miranda Cook have never been to a Saguaro race, so please be nice and show them a great Tucson welcome!! 
Special thanks to U.S. Park Ranger Steve Bolyard for handling all of the race logistics.
Special thanks to Park Superintendent Darla Sidles -- she will be running the race!
 

Run/Walk Schedule
5:15-6:00 You can pick up your shirt and number on race morning, Monday, September 7th, at the SAR membership tables the maintenance yard at Saguaro EAST, 3693 S. Old Spanish Trail Road.  At packet pick-up, you will receive a shirt and race number with the timing tag attached to the number.  
As we have said, we cannot guarantee that you will receive the perfect size that you want, so please be gracious to our volunteers and take the nearest size that fits you!
Please be sure your race number is pinned to the front of your shirt or shorts.  To be included in official timing, you must cross the start/finish line mats.
6:10 5k Run/Walk finish lining up for start at the flagpole in front of the Visitor Center.  Please arrive  early enough to get your number and use the restrooms as you need.  When you line up for the race, please line up in minutes/mile order: 5- and 6-minute milers at the front, 7-minute milers behind them, 8-minute milers behind them, and so forth.  
6:15 Announcements about the National Park Centennial by Saguaro Superintendent Darla Sidles; Ross Zimmerman; and Julia Strange from TMC.
6:19 Moment of silence for raising of the American flag
6:20 5k Run/Walk Race Start: you will head out of the Park's parking lot and head to the right.  Please stay on the right side of the road all the way towards the Picnic Grounds.  The turn-around is down the hill by the picnic grounds.  It is a 180-degree turn-around, so please be prepared for the turn-around.  Please stay to the right side of the road on the way out and the way back.  No bicycles, wheelchairs, skateboards, roller skates or pets allowed on the course.   
6:25 8-Milers line up as soon as the 5k runners and walkers leave the starting area. When you line up for the race, please line up in minutes/mile order: 5- and 6-minute milers at the front, 7-minute milers behind them, 8-minute milers behind them, and so forth.
6:30 8-Mile start -- remember the 8-milers will leave the starting area and head to the left  going in a clockwise direction.
7:15 or so At some point, the 8-mile lead runners will start to pass the final 5k participants -- please give them the right-of-way. 
8:00 Approx: 5k Awards Ceremony at the SAR tent in the maintenance yard, with raffle prizes from Craig Dabler Jewelry and a t-shirt grab bag raffle 
9:00 Approx: 8-Mile Awards Ceremony at the SAR tent in the maintenance yard, with raffle prizes from Craig Dabler Jewelry and a t-shirt grab bag raffle 


Parking
Parking is allowed on Pima County roads, including Old Spanish Trail, Escalante, and Freeman. Please follow all traffic laws and please do NOT park in driveways or in any way block the neighbors. 
The National Park Service is once again providing a drop-off zone in front of the Saguaro East entrance.  Please be courteous and safe when parking and when dropping folks off.   This is a crowded event, so please allow plenty of time to park and make your way safely to the starting line.
Be Safe
Saguaro is a demanding course and it will be a hot day.  We will have water on hand, but if you will be running for more than 90 minutes, you might want to bring your own water.  Our race shirts will be white, and we encourage you to wear light-weight, light-colored clothing -- perhaps with a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.  No bicycles, wheelchairs, skateboards, roller skates or pets allowed on the 8 mile or 5k course.   If you see a snake, do NOT try to pet it.

Social Media
Please feel free to share your photos and race story with  #Saguaro on the SAR facebook page, at instagram @RunSAR and @RunTucson, and on twitter @RunTucson. 

5K Walk/Run Awards
Overall 1, 2, 3 Male/Female: Running Shop Gift Certificates $40, $30, $20 
Masters 1 Male/Female: Running Shop Gift Certificate $30 
AG top runner in 10-year increments, U-20 - 70+ Running Shop Gift Certificate $15
$15 gift certificates
Overall Male/Female winners 5k Walk/Run will receive free massage coupons from Stephanie Wenneborg

Refreshments
Muscle Milk will be on hand with refreshing post-race recovery drinks, while Culligan is providing water. TMC is once again providing snacks, while local company R-Bar Energy will provide their great-tasting energy bar samples.  
Post-race expo-style booths will include a Tucson Medical Center tent with room for stretching, the Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club, the National Park Service, Friends of Saguaro, The Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, Team Red White and Blue, Mulcogi's Flag Display, the Running Shop, BJ's restaurant; the ATA/CV5050, the cool new SAR membership tent, and others.  
Students from Cortiva Massage will be on hand providing post-race massage.
The National Park Service Visitor Center will be open early, so you can browse, relax, partake in a raffle, and enjoy the coolness. Check out the discounts and raffle prizes, too!
Volunteers
Thanks to all who help: the over 100 volunteers who make this event possible: water station volunteers include the high school cross country teams from Sahuaro High School, Catalina High School, and St. Augustine High School.  The Tucson Tri-Girls and National Park Service volunteers will be at the 7-mile mark as well, while members of the Southern Arizona Roadrunners and the Workout Group will handle most of the volunteer chores.
Rural Metro is again providing ambulance support, while Waste Management is putting out plenty of portojohns, including one near the 4 mile mark.  Please do NOT use the desert for your personal needs -- this is unsafe, unsanitary, and illegal and the Park Service has indicated that our permit is dependent on the good behavior of Park visitors.

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Triple Crown News for September 7 TMC Saguaro

Sep 4, 2015

All details regarding Monday's TMC Saguaro race can be found at the TMC Saguaro page.  Unfortunately, registration for both the TMC Saguaro race and the Triple Crown is now closed. 

1. If you signed up for the 2015 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown, you will get your Triple Crown shirt and race medals at Saguaro National Park East on Monday morning (NOT at the Running Shop).

2. The Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown tent will be in the maintenance yard staging area, near the SAR tent.  

3) The Triple Crown tent will have these items:
* TMC Saguaro Triple Crown finisher medallions, for both the 5k and 8-miler - note: these medallions are only for Triple Crown registrants

* The Run Tucson/Run Your Passion shirts for new Triple Crown registrants and for those who did not get them at the TMC Meet Me Downtown - again, we tried to get the appropriate sizing, but please take the size that fits best.  We do not anticipate doing another printing.

* TMC Meet Me Downtown finisher medallions for those who signed up for the Triple Crown and who finished MMD, but who did not get them at MMD. 

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SARlandia Updates

Sep 3, 2015

1) TMC Saguaro registration is now closed, but if you're one of the lucky registrants, then click here for all race details.

2) Click here for the recent SAR eblast with information on upcoming races, race discounts, and more.

3) Click here for the recent SAR newsletter. Put down your summer page-turner and see what's going on in SARlandia.

4) Don't forget to follow SAR on facebook and instagram!

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Entries now closed for both TMC Saguaro and the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown

Aug 31, 2015

Click here for all the updated details on the TMC Saguaro National Park Run. Read below for Triple Crown details. Unfortunately, though, we've hit our registration cap for the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run and for the 2015 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown.  Thank you to everyone who has signed up for these great events.  At 835, our Triple Crown numbers skyrocketed this year -- we hope that you are enjoying the series and we're happy to donate $8,350 to Child and Family Resources directly from these registrations!

Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown Details
1. If you signed up for the Triple Crown, you will get your shirt and medals at Saguaro National Park East on race morning (NOT at the Running Shop).
2. The Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown tent will be in the maintenance yard, near the SAR tent.  
3) The Triple Crown tent will have these items:
* TMC Saguaro Triple Crown finisher medallions, for both the 5k and 8-miler - note, these are only for Triple Crown registrants
* Blue Run Tucson/Run Your Passion shirts for new Triple Crown registrants and for those who did not get them at the TMC Meet Me Downtown - again, we tried to get the appropriate sizing, but please take the size that fits best.  We do not anticipate doing another printing.
* TMC Meet Me Downtown finisher medallions for those who signed up for the Triple Crown and who finished MMD, but who did not get them at MMD. 

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TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8-Miler and 5k - only 532 slots remain!

Jun 16, 2015

Registration is picking up steam for the 46th Annual TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run, with only 532 openings remaining!  Register online here and reserve your slot in this classic Tucson race through the foothills of the Rincon Mountains. 

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Registration now open for 46th TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8-Miler and 5k Walk/Run

Mar 7, 2015

Online registration is now open for the 46th TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8-Miler and 5k Walk/Run, scheduled for September 7th, 2015.  This event annually hits its cap of 900 for the 8-miler and 400 for the 5k.  (Thanks to SAR runner Frank Buchanan and SAR office manager Lucas Tyler for reminding us to open registration!!)

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Saguaro Race Report

Sep 6, 2013

Click here for the super-long race report thanking all the volunteers and detailing the event.  Or just read on for a quick overview of the race itself . . .
Craig Curley Romps to Easy Victory in Second-Fastest Time in 44 Year-History of Saguaro Race.
Craig Curley won the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day 8-Miler on Monday, running the second fastest time in the 44-year history of the race.  Running alone through the light mist and distant lightening of Saguaro National Park East, his time of 41:43 narrowly missed his own course record of 41:39, set when he was a Pima Community College student in 2008.  Using the race as a training run for the US National Marathon Championships next month in Twin Cities, Curley won $424 for his efforts on the hilly 8-mile loop. 

Second place in the field of 900 runners went to Benson’s Trent Binford-Walsh in 43:59, while Stephen Schaefer, the 2011 champion, took third place in 46:08. 

Amy Cole, a University of Arizona graduate student, took first place for the women in a time of 53:25 for her first victory at Saguaro.  Second place went to former University of Montana runner, Aleta Jokisch, running in her first Tucson race.  Margaret Smith, stationed at Fort Huachuca, took third place in 56:46.

Shane Carr defended his crown in the men’s 5k, while Jennifer Garcia-Girvan was the first place woman in the 5k.

Seven Arizona state 8-mile records were set on the day.

Produced by the Southern Arizona Roadrunners with help from more than 100 volunteers, Saguaro raised over $10,000 for local charities, including Friends of Saguaro National Park and Child and Family Resources.

Full results can be seen at http://www.azroadrunners.org/results/detail/saguaro_national_park_labor_day_run_results_2013.

8-Mile Results
MEN
1.  Craig Curley (25)  41:43
2.  Trent Binford-Walsh (24) 43:59
3.  Stephen Schaefer (22) 46:08
4.  Damon Vasiliw (25) 46:18
5.  Kurt Michels (29)  47:50

WOMEN
1.  Amy Cole (29) 53:25
2.  Aleta Jokisch (23)  54:18
3.  Margaret Smith (33) 56:46
4.  Anne Neuenschwander (40) 56:54
5.  Stephanie Wenneborg (40) 57:15

Arizona 8-Mile State Age Group Records
Samantha Andrade (F16)
Debra Lazar-Pearl (F54)
Nancy Fuller (F63)

Craig Curley (M25)
Richard Kutzner (M70)
Paul Robillia (M76)
Leonard Moore (M78)

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2013 Saguaro

Aug 30, 2013

Registration for the 2013 TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run has reached its cap and is now closed.  All race details can be seen here.  Please be sure to follow this link for all the details.


Thank you for signing up for the 44th Annual TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run produced by the Southern Arizona Roadrunners.  Below is a ton of important information about the event that takes place on Monday, Labor Day September 2nd at Saguaro EAST.

We’ll be updating the race details, so please check the SAR website and your email for additional information.

Check out the SAR facebook page Like us on Facebookand our Run Tucson twitter feed for quick updates.Follow us on Twitter

Before you dig into the details of race weekend, let’s take a moment to honor some of the folks doing the race.  Below is a list of those who are over 70 years of age—how cool is it that Tucson’s running community is filled with such fit and active runners???  Our congratulations and admiration go to this special group of runners!

Delwin Kruschke m 80 5k
Tillie Sutton F 80 5k
Leonard Moore M 78 8-miler
Dave Davis M 77 5k
Jerry Cherrington M 76 8-miler
Paul Robillia M 76 8-miler
Don Branaman M
75 8-miler
Dale Feist M 75 8-miler
David Mellady m 74 8-miler
Roger Watson M 74 8-miler
Sue Smith f 73 8-miler
Dennis McClure M 72 8-miler
DoctorJon Wang M 72 8-miler
Claudia Gary F 71 5k

At the moment, 870 of you are running the 8-miler, while 413 are doing the 5k.  This means that collectively you will run 8,175 miles, not including warm-up and cool-down.  The average age is 42.43, and there are 10 Smith’s, 8 Johnson’s (and one Johnston), and 7 Rodriguez’s.  Pretty cool if you ask me!!!

In terms of weather, it is supposed to rain on Sunday but be clear and sunny on Monday, about 79-degrees at the starting line.

On race day, don’t forget to thank all the volunteers who make this possible: all the National Park Service folks and the high school runners from Catalina High School, St. Augustine, and Sahuaro High School.  If you get a chance, hi-five the Tucson Tri-Girls, the Tucson Ham Radio Society, and the massage volunteers from the Cortiva Institute.

And at registration, try to be nice to the volunteers from Wells Fargo, SAR, and The Workout Group who are on hand to help ensure a great race.

Speaking of SAR, won’t you please consider joining our non-profit?  A part of the Road Runners Club of America, we’re a grass-roots, member-driven running club committed to making our region better through running.  Members receive discounts to our races, a quarterly newsletter, discounts to many local businesses, and a cool t-shirt!  See http://www.azroadrunners.org for details on membership.

If you are interested in improving your running, you should check out the SAR running groups page here for a listing of many of the groups in town.  Of course, my wife Tia would be a great resource at The Workout Group, but there are some cool groups in town, from The Grinders or All About Running and Walking on the northwest side of town to the Running Shop in mid-town to Fleet Feet and ESTANDA on the far east and all sorts of others in between . . .

OK—thanks for doing the race—see you Monday the 2nd! 

—Randy Accetta
Race Director, Southern Arizona Roadrunners
raccetta2@cox.net | 520-991-0733


When and Wheredetails

When - Monday September 2, 2013

Where - Saguaro National Park East, 3693 S. Old Spanish Trail Rd

Time - 5:15-6:00 am packet pick up at the park; 6:27 start time for the 5k Fun Run/Walk; 6:32 start time for the 8-miler

Monday Morning Parking  
The National Park Service is creating a DROP Zone (get it? Drop Runners Off at Park - DROP). 

This way you can drop off a car-load of runners in front of Saguaro East, then go park.

Participants can park on Old Spanish Trail, Freeman Road, and Escalante.  Please obey traffic laws and don’t park in driveways.   

Please note that the Pima County Department of Transportation is monitoring the race to ensure that we are complying with safety and legal regulations.  Please be thoughtful when you drive, when you park, and when you make your way to and from the Park.

Please be sure that you don’t block the bicycle lanes—keep your wheels to the outside of the road so that bike traffic is not impaired. 

Remember, the later you arrive, the farther away from the starting line you will have to park.
Please be thoughtful and safe! 

IMPORTANT: Please try to carpool—it will be easier and safer for all.  MOST IMPORTANT: Do not bring pets to the event - and do not leave them in your car!! 

Timing

Please put your bib number on the front of your shirt using the pins provided at registration. Greg Wenneborg is our official timer, and he is using the chip-based timing system from IPICO, so your bib will have an RFID tag on the back of the bib. Please leave this on your bib and don’t bend it!

Event Weekend Schedule

Saturday, August 31

10:00am - 3:00pm T-shirt and Packet Pickup at The Running Shop (3055 North Campbell)

YES: This will be crowded. Please be in a good mood! 

YES: You can pick up the number and shirt of someone else. 

YES: T-shirt sizing is first-come, first-served, so get there early to get your first choice!

NO: THERE IS NO RACE WEEKEND REGISTRATION - only t-shirt and number pick-up. 

Please note: we will have a Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown tent on race day, where you can pick up your shirt and Ben’s Bells items.

Monday, September 2

5:15-6:00 AM Packet pick-up at Saguaro Park EAST NOTE: You can pick up your shirts and numbers at the Maintenance Yard.  Go up the park road and turn right to the maintenance yard.

There is no race day registration, only number/shirt pick-up.  Please use restrooms provided by Waste Management at the Maintenance Yard and the front parking lot—not the desert! 

YES: you can pick up your Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown shirt and Ben’s Bell Kindness Coin at the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown tent.

6:10 5k line up at front, by flagpole.  8-milers line up behind them in leg speed order (5-minutes/mile at the front; 6-minutes/mile behind them, and so forth)

6:15 A few words from Head Ranger Paul Austin, Ross Zimmerman and the Zimmerman family, and Julia Strange from TMC—plus the announcement of the 2013 Spirit of Rob Bell Award. 

6:27 5k Run/Walk start (note, all under 10 children need to have a waiver submitted - parents can do this at registration)

6:32 8-miler start, again the course is tight, so if you are going to try to win, you may line up at the start—5-minutes/mile at the front; 6-minutes/mile behind them, 7-minutes/mile, and so forth) 

7:00 All post-race snacks are provided by Tucson Medical Center, Sprouts Farmers Market and JulieBar, with drinks by Culligan Water, ice by WaterMart.

8:30 (approx) Children’s Dash, presented by Craig Dabler Jewelers.  This is a playful 100 - 200 yard dash.  No need to sign up ahead of time.  Waivers will need to be signed this year—we’ll handle that at the start of the Children’s Dash.  Location to be announced.

9:00 (approx) Begin Spirit of Rob Bell Award, Raffle Prizes, and Race Awards, courtesy of The Running Shop

9:00 Official course closure—the National Park Service reserves the right to pick up any participants still on the course at 9:00 am.

Course and Staging Information

Headphones: Headphones are strongly discouraged—not only is it unsafe to run without one of your main senses, we want this to be a fun, community event—so talk with the strangers you are running with, then outsprint ‘em to the finish!!

The 8-Mile Course is hilly, so please be prepared for the sun and the heat.

If you plan on being on the course for more than two hours, please bring your own water to ensure your safety. There are no strollers allowed on the course. Please start the race in approximate order of your estimate minutes-per-mile, with the fastest runners at the front.  (Thanks to Dave Hill for ensuring that we are a measured course—USATF has certified and sanctioned the 8-mile course distance.) 

5k Run & Walk: this course covers a flatter (but still rolling) course that is suitable forstrollers and families. This is an out-and-back with a 180-degree turnaround down by the picnic ground.  NOTE: strollers are allowed on the 5k course only.

About 40 minutes into the 5k the 8-mile lead runners will start to pass you—please give them the right-of-way.

Strollers and walkers—please stay to the left on the route on both the out and the back - this will ensure that the 8-miler leaders can pass you during their final racing mile. 

No bicycles, wheelchairs, skateboards, roller skates or pets allowed on the 8 mile or 5k course. 

Water Stations - Long-time friend of Tucson running, Culligan Water will be located at approximately 2, 4, 6 and 7 miles—and the 1 & 2 mile marks in the 5k.  Students from Sahuaro High School Cross Country will be at the 2, 4, and 6 mile marks.  We will also have students from Catalina High School on hand to help out!

Thanks to long-time race friend, the Tucson Tri-Girls for handling the water stations at mile 7, which is also the 1 and 2 mile mark for the 5k.  Thanks to the cross country runners at St. Augustine High School for coordinating the refreshing Culligan water at the start/finish line.

We will have plenty of refreshing ice courtesy of Josh at WaterMart.

We’ll also have the Ham Radio Society of Tucson out at all the water stations and the finish line. 

Rural Metro provides a dedicated ambulance at the finish line. 

Thanks to Waste Management, we have more port-o-johns than ever before, including one at the 4 mile mark. Please do not use the desert to relieve yourself: the Park Servi ce may fine you - and a snake may bite you!!

After the race, enjoy free massages from the Cortiva Institute. Check out Dr. Chris Cox’s tent for some chiropractic and massage care!  Visit with the Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club booth to see how you can become a member at the Tucson tradition, the Racquet Club.

Be sure to use the garbage and recycling containers provided by Waste Management. 

The National Park Visitor Center will open at 6:30 am this year. PLUS, all participants receive a 10% discount on any 2011 saguaro flagVisitor Center merchandise (except pottery),  thanks to
the Western National Parks Association. A portion of those proceeds also go back to Saguaro. 

PLUS—this year the Park Service is providing cool water bottles for $3, and a host of raffle prizes—head to the Visitor Center for all the cool stuff.

Your one-day park pass is included in your registration, so there is no need to purchase an additional park pass. 

By the way, approximately 1% of the Park’s total fee revenue comes from this single event.
Saguaro Chief Ranger Paul Austin has been a true friend to the fitness community and deserves our appreciation. Darla Sidles, Superintendent of Saguaro National Park, have been instrumental in allowing us to have this unique treasure of an event. If you see a Park Service employee, please thank them for their efforts.
Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown
Saguaro is the second event in the 2013 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown, to be followed by the TMC Get Moving Tucson Half-Marathon and 5k.  Thank you to all Triple Crown participants for honoring Gabe Zimmerman and helping to contribute to his favorite organization, Child and Family Resources. Those who have not picked up their Run Tucson Triple Crown t-shirts can pick them up on Monday at the race site.
Sponsors

TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER A special thanks to Tucson Medical CenterMMD TMC tent for all their support of the Southern Arizona Roadrunners and the local health and fitness community.  This race could not have such low entry fees without the support of TMC.

Additional sponsors include Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club; The Running Shop; Culligan Water; Tile Outlet; Cox Communications; Tucson Lifestyle; Arizona Daily Star and Caliente; The Workout Group; Chris Cox Chiropractic; Waste Management; Rural Metro.

Miscellaneous

After the race, grab a free massage from the student massage therapists at the Cortiva Institute, and visit with The Running Shop, the Friends of Saguaro, Chris Cox Chiropractic, Tucson Racquet Club, and our friends at the Tucson Medical Center tent.

The Park Service will also have two areas to visit, so check them out - cool skulls, skins and other fun things. . . .

SAR will announce the winner of the 2013 Spirit of Rob Bell Award at the race.

The 8 Miler is part of the Desert Grand Prix presented by the Running Shop.

Technical Shirts:  The shirt is a technical shirt produced by award-winning Leslie Jordan Designs, in both men’s and women’s sizing.  First come, first served in terms of sizing!! 

Race Hotel

Looking for a place to spend Sunday night? Award-winning guest ranch, Tanque Verde Ranch, is offering all Saguaro participants a discounted week-end, single-night, or all-inclusive package.  Contact LeighAnn at 520-731-5562. See http://www.tanqueverderanch.com for details.

Awards

RACE DIRECTOR GLORY DAYS 20TH ANNIVERSARY PRIZE MONEY:

Twenty years ago I moved to Tucson for grad school at the UA and ran my first SAR race, at the time called the Saguaro National Monument Run.  (The SAR race director back then was Elisa Kinder, a monumental leader for the Tucson running community.)  Twenty years ago I got whupped over the final three miles by a guy wearing “Strapped Jock Reebok” gear, a guy who would go on to be my best friend and long-time colleague, Greg Wenneborg.  Greg is now known as the timer for all SAR events and the Pima Community College Cross Country and Track coach, but he is also a three-time Olympic Trials Marathoner who has won Saguaro 9 times.

To recognize this 20 year anniversary, prize money is being awarded to the first runner who can beat my own time from way back when, plus an adjusted time for the women.

Thus, the first man who breaks 42:48 will receive $424.80, and the first woman who breaks 50 minutes will receive $500.

Who will do it?  Local Olympians Abdi Abdirahman or Bernard Legat?  Or Saguaro course record holder, Craig Curley?  Over the past 20 years, Greg Wenneborg has 9 victories on the course, with his first in 1992 and his most recent in 2007.  Brian Grosso and Bassirimo Soro have won it twice, with other winners over the past 20 years including Craig Curley, Jayson Fultz, Ian Johnson, Jason Colavito, Tim Finnegan, Stephen Schaefer, and Damon Vasilaw.

For the women, could it be Paula Morrison, who has won the race 5 times with a best of 50:10?  Word on the street is that a newcomer to Tucson is ready to rip it up.  The women’s race has been dominated by Paula, who has won it 5 times, with three-time winners Carolyn Collman and Tia Accetta, and local standouts such as Lisa Warneke, Tracy Riccitello, Caroline Gardiner, Gina Slaby, Pam Golden, and Karla Sokolovich.

Raffles - All preregistered participants will be entered into a raffle for prizes to be given out at the awards ceremony.  Prizes courtesy of the Visitor Center, Ben’s Bells, and The Running Shop, including $25 gift certificates to be used for miscellaneous volunteer and participant raffle

$50 Cash - Given to the fastest male and female who equals or betters their age in time (+10 minutes for women).

8 Mile Prizes: Gift Certificates to The Running Shop
Overall 1st $60, 2nd $50, 3rd $40 - $300
Masters 1st-$50 = $100
Age Groups
1st $30
2nd $20
3rd $10

5K: Gift Certificates to The Running Shop
Overall 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $20
Masters 1st $30
Age groups 1st $15


Thanks to The Running Shop!

Beneficiaries

Friends of Saguaro National Park, the not-for-profit fundraising partner of the National Park Service at Tucson’s Saguaro National Park  

National Park Service: The National Park Service has been gracious about allowing us access to the beautiful park. The Park Service asks that all participants pay the standard $5 entry fee to the park. This amount will go directly to the National Parks Service.

Where does your Park Service Money Go? By Jeff Wallner, Park Guide

Have you enjoyed a picnic in the shade of a historic shelter at Signal Hill? Have you learned about the natural and human history of the Saguaro from signs along the Freeman Homestead trail? Are you better informed by the new trailhead exhibits and maps found throughout Saguaro National Park? If so, you are enjoying facilities provided by park entrance fees, paid by you and other visitors to Saguaro National Park.

Like hundreds of recreation acres across the country, Saguaro National Park operates under the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act of 2004. Many visitors are familiar with the “Fee Demo” signs of an earlier law: the Fee Demonstration Program. Under both programs, 100% of all entrance fees are put to use in the park system, and at least 80% of the funds stay in the park where they are collected. Your fees are not returned to the government’s general fund.

The effects of time, use, and a rugged desert climate have been tough on the recreation facilities of the park. The picnic areas of the Tucson Mountain District were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conversation Corps. The structures are wonderful, but historic saguaro rib armadas require special care. Facilities in the Rincon Mountain District were installed by the National Park Service in the 1950’s, when visitation was a small fraction of what it is today.

Projects paid for by fee dollars at Saguaro cover a wide range of visitor needs. Recently completed projects include new trailhead signs at the Broadway and Loma Alta Trails in the Rincon Mountain District, rehabilitation of eleven historic fireplaces at picnic areas in the Tucson Mountains, and installation of traffic safety signs throughout the park. Next year’s projects include trails maintenance and renovating the interpretative exhibits at the Rincon Mountain Visitor Center.

Whether you purchase a seven-day permit to the park, a Saguaro Annual Pass good for one year’s worth of visits, or the Interagency Pass to be used anywhere in the USA, you can be happy knowing that your fee dollars are used for projects directly related to the facilities and resource of your Saguaro National Park.

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TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run - 5k sold out, 8-miler still open through Thursday

Aug 28, 2013

August 28 Update: TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run -  well, the 5k has sold out thanks to 413 of you.  (Yup, we extended the field).  Registration for the 8-miler will be open through Thursday.  Register online only, here.  In the meantime, check out this link for all the news on the race! 

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SAR Fall Race Updates, August 20th edition

Aug 12, 2013

* As of August 20th, only 111 slots remain for the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run - mail in registration is now closed - sign up online here
* TMC, Sprouts Farmers Market, and JulieBar are providing post-race snacks at the TMC Saguaro Labor Day Run—run, get tired, then eat . . .
* Announcement about Tucson Move a Million Miles kick-off at Jim Click’s Run n’ Roll coming soon - sign up online here
* A-Mountain Training Runs every Monday night at Meet Me at Maynard’s—starting at 5:45 from Hotel Congress—open to all paces—bring your own water!
* Hill workouts every Wednesday night at Meet Me at La Encantada—be at MMLE by 5:45 Wednesday’s nights
* Last-chance registration for the 2013 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown ends on August 25th—sign up for the final two legs online here
* Registration open for the Great Pumpkin Race—click here for details

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Saguaro Glory Days 20th Anniversary Prize Money

Aug 4, 2013

RACE DIRECTOR GLORY DAYS 20TH ANNIVERSARY PRIZE MONEY: Twenty years ago I moved to Tucson for grad school at the UA and ran my first SAR race, at the time called the Saguaro National Monument Run.  (The SAR race director back then was Elisa Kinder, a monumental leader for the Tucson running community.)  Twenty years ago I got whupped over the final three miles by a guy wearing “Strapped Jock Reebok” gear, a guy who would go on to be my best friend and long-time colleague, Greg Wenneborg.  Greg is now known as the timer for all SAR events and the Pima Community College Cross Country and Track coach, but he is also a three-time Olympic Trials Marathoner who has won Saguaro 9 times. 

To recognize this 20 year anniversary, prize money is being awarded to the first runner who can beat my own time from way back when, plus an adjusted time for the women.

Thus, the first man who breaks 42:48 will receive $424.80, and the first woman who breaks 50 minutes will receive $500.

Who will do it?  Local Olympians Abdi Abdirahman or Bernard Legat?  Or Saguaro course record holder, Craig Curley?  Over the past 20 years, Greg Wenneborg has 9 victories on the course, with his first in 1992 and his most recent in 2007.  Brian Grosso and Bassirimo Soro have won it twice, with other winners over the past 20 years including Craig Curley, Jayson Fultz, Ian Johnson, Jason Colavito, Tim Finnegan, Stephen Schaefer, and Damon Vasilaw.

For the women, could it be Paula Morrison, who has won the race 5 times with a best of 50:10?  Or Amy Cole, a top runner in town?  The women’s race has been dominated by Paula, who has won it 5 times, with three-time winners Carolyn Collman and Tia Accetta, and local standouts such as Lisa Warneke, Tracy Riccitello, Caroline Gardiner, Gina Slaby, Pam Golden, and Karla Sokolovich.

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Saguaro Update

Jul 26, 2013

AUGUST 2 UPDATE:
Gettin’ Ready for the 44th Annual TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run!
1) Thank you to all who voted for the color of the t-shirt.  The SAR facebook page lit up with your suggestions, over 160 of them.  It looks like we’ll order all three colors! 
2) Speaking of Facebook, SAR VP Tim Bentley has created an event page here —spread the word about the hardest race in Tucson!
3) There are still a few hundred spots open for the race.  You can register online here or register by mail.
4) I am sorry that our page does not have cool photos of the race, but the SAR pages are having some difficulty with photos this fall.  Click on the SAR facebook page photo album for cool photos of past races.
5) The Cortiva Institute has once again agreed to bring out massage students to provide free massage to all participants after the race.  So start running, get good and sore, and they will heal you up after the race!

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Saguaro Price Increase on August 1—about 350 slots still available

Jul 24, 2012

A quick reminder that the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run registration fee increases on August 1st. Register online here.  Print a registration form to register by mail here.  See http://www.azroadrunners.org/races/detail/saguaro for all the registration details.  As of today, there are about 350 slots available.  ALSO: you can still register for the 2012 Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown.  See here for the details.

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Final news on Saguaro

Sep 4, 2011

For last-last minute information or for car-pooling conversation, see our facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SouthernArizonaRoadrunners.

ANNOUNCING OUR FIRST-EVER VIDEO CONTEST: We’re trying to develop a cool youtube channel, but so far, we don’t have a lot on it.  We’re looking for a video chronicle of the 2011 TMC Saguaro National Park Race.  So here’s the deal: bring your flip video or phone video or major motion picture boom, and make a video of the race.  Submit it to http://www.youtube.com/runtucson by Friday.  The race director will select the five best videos, track you down, and send the top five videos $50 cash on the barrel-head.  How do we select the top 5?  Don’t know yet—it will be some combination of popular vote and race directory whimsy . . .

The Southern Arizona Roadrunners will have a membership booth set up tomorrow—if you join tomorrow, you will receive a free technical shirt.

When: Monday September 5, 2011
Where: Saguaro National Park East, 3693 S. Old Spanish Trail Rd - see map for directions
Details:
5:15-6:00 am Packet pick-up at Saguaro Park EAST NOTE: There is no race day registration—and we cannot exchange numbers for a different runner at this late date. 
6:10 5k line up at front, by flagpole. 8-milers line up behind them in leg speed order (5-minutes/mile at the front; 6-minutes/mile behind them, and so forth)
6:15 A few words from Ross Zimmerman and the Zimmerman family, a few words from Julia Strange from TMC, and the announcement of the 2011 Spirit of Rob Bell Award, presented by Performance Footwear
6:23 National Anthem by Kryshell  
6:27 5k Run/Walk start
6:30 8-miler start
8:30 (approx) Children’s Dash, presented by Craig Dabler
8:45 (approx) Begin Spirit of Rob Bell Award presented by Performance Footwear, Raffle Prizes, and Awards

Parking  
Participants can park on Old Spanish Trail, Freeman Road, and Escalante.  Please obey traffic laws and don’t park in driveways or in the bike lane. IMPORTANT: Please try to carpool—it will be easier and safer for all.  The later you arrive, the farther away from the starting line you will have to park. Please be thoughtful and safe - and carpool!  Please do not bring pets to the event - and do not leave them in your car!!   

Timing
Please put your bib number on the front of your shirt using the pins provided at registration. Greg Wenneborg is our official timer, and he will time the race the traditional computer-based way. He is also beta-testing a new RFID system, so your bib may also have an RFID tag on the back of the bib. Please leave this on your bib.

Please note that all the race materials have been prepared, so there is no longer any way to change your official distance. 

 
Course and Staging Information
5k Fun Run/Walk is an out-and-back with a 180-degree turnaround down by the picnic ground.  NOTE: strollers are allowed on the 5k course only. Strollers and walkers—stay to the left on the route.  About 45 minutes into the 5k the 8-mile lead runners will start to pass you—please give them the right-of-way by staying to the left.

The 8-Mile Course is hilly, so please be prepared for the sun and the heat.  There are no strollers allowed on the course. Please start the race in approximate order of your estimate minutes-per-mile, with the fastest runners at the front.  (Thanks to Dave Hill for coming out early Monday and dropping all the mile markers!) 

No bicycles, wheelchairs, skateboards, roller skates or pets allowed on the 8 mile or 5k course. 
Water Stations - Long-time sponsor Culligan water will be located at approximately 2, 4, 6 and 7 miles—and the 1 & 2 mile marks in the 5k. Cytomax will also be provided at the four-mile mark. Cytomax is an advanced sports drink formula that buffers acid buildup and provides optimal hydration and sustained energy while delivering essential electrolytes for optimal hydration. Thanks Cytomax!
Thanks to SAHUARO HIGH SCHOOL, the Tri-Girls, and Santa Rita High School for handling the water stations. SAHUARO will be at the 2- and 4-mile marks—perhaps in costume with a uekelele again . . .  and thanks to St. Augustine High School for coordinating the refreshing Culligan water at the start/finish line.

We’ll also have the Ham Radio Society of Tucson on course keeping an eye on things, plus a dedicated ambulance from Rural Metro at the finish line. Thanks to Waste Management, we have more port-o-johns than ever before, including one at the 4 mile mark. Please do not use the desert to relieve yourself: the Park Service may fine you - and a snake may bite you!!

The Visitor Center will open at 6:30 this year, the earliest they’ve ever opened. PLUS, all participants receive a 10% discount on any Visitor Center merchandise (except pottery), thanks to the Western National Parks Association. A portion of those proceeds also go back to Saguaro. Win, win!

Your one-day park pass is included in your registration, so there is no need to purchase an additional park pass. 

By the way, approximately 1% of the Park’s total fee revenue comes from this single event.
Rincon Mountain District Ranger Paul Austin has been a true friend to the fitness community and deserves our appreciation. Chief Ranger Bob Love and Darla Sidles, Superintendent of Saguaro National Park, have been instrumental in allowing us to have this unique treasure of an event. If you see a Park Service employee, please thank them for their efforts.
Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown
Saguaro is the second event in the inaugural Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown, to be followed by the TMC Get Moving Tucson Half-Marathon and 5k.  There are 591 registrants for the Triple Crown, raising almost $6,000 for Child and Family Resources. Thank you to all Triple Crown participants for honoring Gabe Zimmerman and helping to contribute to his favorite organization, Child and Family Resources.
Those who have not picked up their Run Tucson t-shirts can pick them up at The Running Shop.

Sponsors
TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER A special thanks to Tucson Medical Center for all their support of the Southern Arizona Roadrunners and the local health and fitness community.  This race could not have such low entry fees without the support of TMC.
Thanks, too, to new sponsor AAA Arizona . AAA Arizona is sponsoring the three races of the Gabe Zimmerman Triple Crown. 


Miscellaneous
After the race, enjoy Muscle Milk, ACTIVATE drinks, and plenty of snack food from Sunflower Market and local entrepreneur JulieBar.  Grab a free massage from the student massage therapists at the Cortiva Institute, and visit with The Running Shop, Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, Watershed Management, Friends of Saguaro, our friends at Ragnar Relay, and Ben’s Bells and Beads of Courage.  In particular, please be sure to visit the Tucson Medical Center tent.  Thanks to Kara Middendorf and Tile Outlet for letting us use her TILE OUTLET truck—and thanks to Josh at Watermart Ice for helping with all the ice needed for the event.

The Park Service will also have two areas to visit, so check them out - cool skulls, skins and other fun things. . . .

SAR will announce the winner of the 2011 Spirit of Rob Bell Award presented by Performance Footwear at the race.

The 8 Miler is part of the Desert Grand Prix presented by the Running Shop.

Looking for a place to spend Sunday night? Award-winning guest ranch, Tanque Verde Ranch, is offering all Saguaro participants a discounted week-end, single-night, or all-inclusive package.  Contact LeighAnn at 520-731-5562. See http://www.tanqueverderanch.com for details.

Awards

Raffles - All preregistered participants will be entered into a raffle for prizes to be given out at the awards ceremony.  Prizes courtesy of Ragnar Relays, Ben’s Bells, and The Running Shop, including $25 gift certificates to be used for miscellaneous volunteer and participant raffle

$50 Cash - Given to the fastest male and female who equals or betters their age in time (+10 minutes for women).
8 Mile Prizes
1st male and female receive custom jewelry from master jeweler Craig Dabler - thanks to long-time race sponsor (and 2011 Spirit of Rob Bell Award winner) Craig Dabler.
2nd overall $75 Running Shop gift certificate
3rd overall $60 Running Shop gift certificate

1st age group $30 Running Shop gift certificate (top three taken out of age groups)
2nd age group $20 Running Shop gift certificate
3rd age group $15 Worldly Soles gift certificate
Age Groups in the 8-miler are U-19, then 5-year increments to 80+

5K Fun Run
1st male and female receive $25 cash (winners taken out of age groups)
1st age group Running Shop goody bag
Age groups in the 5k are in 10-year categories


Beneficiaries
The Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection is an alliance of 35 local environmental and community organizations dedicated to achieving the long-term conservation of biological diversity and ecological function of the Sonoran Desert through comprehensive land-use planning in Pima County and the region.

Watershed Management Group offers an adaptive, collaborative approach to developing sustainable solutions wherever we may work. We work with local communities to identify and prioritize resource needs, foster individual and community investment, develop practical solutions, and enable action.
 
Friends of Saguaro National Park, the not-for-profit fundraising partner of the National Park Service at Tucson’s Saguaro National Park  

National Park Service: The National Park Service has been gracious about allowing us access to the beautiful park. The Park Service asks that all participants pay the standard $5 entry fee to the park. This amount will go directly to the National Parks Service.

Where does your Park Service Money Go? By Jeff Wallner, Park Guide
Have you enjoyed a picnic in the shade of a historic shelter at Signal Hill? Have you learned about the natural and human history of the Saguaro from signs along the Freeman Homestead trail? Are you better informed by the new trailhead exhibits and maps found throughout Saguaro National Park? If so, you are enjoying facilities provided by park entrance fees, paid by you and other visitors to Saguaro National Park.

Like hundreds of recreation acres across the country, Saguaro National Park operates under the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act of 2004. Many visitors are familiar with the “Fee Demo” signs of an earlier law: the Fee Demonstration Program. Under both programs, 100% of all entrance fees are put to use in the park system, and at least 80% of the funds stay in the park where they are collected. Your fees are not returned to the government’s general fund.

The effects of time, use, and a rugged desert climate have been tough on the recreation facilities of the park. The picnic areas of the Tucson Mountain District were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conversation Corps. The structures are wonderful, but historic saguaro rib armadas require special care. Facilities in the Rincon Mountain District were installed by the National Park Service in the 1950’s, when visitation was a small fraction of what it is today.

Projects paid for by fee dollars at Saguaro cover a wide range of visitor needs. Recently completed projects include new trailhead signs at the Broadway and Loma Alta Trails in the Rincon Mountain District, rehabilitation of eleven historic fireplaces at picnic areas in the Tucson Mountains, and installation of traffic safety signs throughout the park. Next year’s projects include trails maintenance and renovating the interpretative exhibits at the Rincon Mountain Visitor Center.

Whether you purchase a seven-day permit to the park, a Saguaro Annual Pass good for one year’s worth of visits, or the Interagency Pass to be used anywhere in the USA, you can be happy knowing that your fee dollars are used for projects directly related to the facilities and resource of your Saguaro National Park.

2011 SAR Fall Schedule
http://www.azroadrunners.org  

October 2 - Jim Click’s Run ‘N’ Roll 8K and 2-Mile Fun Run, University of Arizona

October 9 -  TMC Get Moving Tucson Half-Marathon and 5K run/walk, Downtown Tucson

October 16- Great Pumpkin 5k Race at Buckelew Farms

October23 - CATwalk 10K run and 5K walk, University of Arizona

October 29 - Oracle Run 10K and 1-Mile walk/run, Oracle AZ
 
November 24 - Thanksgiving Cross-Country Classic 5K, Reid Park

December 11 - Winterhaven Run Through The Lights
Don’t forget SAR’s weekly free social runs:
Monday night Meet Me at Maynard’s &
Wednesday night Meet Me in Marana

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Saguaro is closed!

Aug 30, 2011

Well, the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run registration is now officially closed.  Thanks to all of you who signed up for the race!  We have more than ever before—twice as many as just a few years ago, in fact.  Packet pick-up is Saturday at The Running Shop from 10-3 and on Monday at Saguaro East from 5:15 - 6:00.  Missed the registration but still excited about racing?  Then register for the flat and fast Jim Click Run n Roll at the UA on October 2nd.  Or test yourself against A-Mountain and do the TMC Get Moving Tucson Half Marathon and the flat Tucson Lifestyle 5k on October 9.  Check out the race pages for all the details.

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Saguaro: 5k closed, and runner’s discount at Tanque Verde Ranch

Aug 26, 2011

Two news items: 1)  Mail-in registration is now closed for both the 5k and the 8-miler, and the 5k has reached its cap, so the only online registration available is the 8-miler.  The National Park Service is allowing us to raise the cap in the 8-miler, with all online registration closing at midnight September 2nd.  At the end of online registration, we will know if we can have any in-person registration for the 8-miler.  Again, there is no more 5k registration.  Thanks to everyone who has signed up!

2) This year, Tanque Verde Ranch is offering Saguaro runners a special discount on Labor Day weekend.  The guest ranch is about 5 miles from the race start – one left hand turn and down Freeman and there you are. Their regular single is $99, but LeighAnn, the marketing manager, said to contact her for special rates, including a full (and very, very good) breakfast plus their great swimming pools.  Horse riding and other cool things are extra.
Contact information:
LeighAnn Kindberg, Director of Guest Services,  Tanque Verde Ranch
direct:      520-731-5562
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Finalist for Top Ranch by Conde Nast, 2010
Recognized as “Best of the West” by Cowboys and Indians Magazine, 2011
Featured on the Today Show as “Top Five Spring Break for Families”, 2011
Selected as Top Wedding Venue in Arizona, The Knot, 2010

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Saguaro registration limited to first 1200 - training runs begin July 30

Jul 14, 2011

Due to safety and parking concerns, the 2011 TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run is limited to 1200 participants.  About 300 spots are still open—see the race page for details on registration.

The annual informal Saguaro training runs will start on Saturday, July 30th.  Run or walk at your own pace.  The main group will leave at 6:00 am.  Meet in the parking lot by the visitor center—bring your own water and a park pass or $5 for a day visit.  Carpool if you can.  You can park on Old Spanish Trail, but please follow all Pima County and Park Service rules.

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Rincon Mountain District Open Again

Jul 6, 2011

SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK REOPENS RINCON MOUNTAIN DISTRICT and LIFTS FIRE RESTRICTIONS PARKWIDE AFTER TEMPORARY FIRE

The Rincon Mountain District of Saguaro National Park has reopened after temporary fire closures to trail use in both the Cactus Forest as well as up into the Rincon Mountains. Temporary fire restrictions put in place prior to the closures are also lifted. Manning Camp at the top of the Rincon Mountains has received 1.23 inches of rain since June 29th, and the Rincon Mountain District visitor center has received 1.18 inches. The recent rainfall across the park has brought key fire indices in Saguaro National Park down to pre-closure levels, and weather forecasts predict continuing humid conditions and thunder showers for the next week.

While closures were in effect, fire crews responded to one lightning-caused fire and were able to contain it to 0.1 acres. As lightning continues with monsoon weather, there is still a risk of fire in Saguaro National Park. Fire crews will remain in position to respond to any reported fire activity.  Though trails and campsites have reopened, fire officials warn that caution is still required by all who use the park backcountry. Park management also requests equestrian users avoid use of trails immediately following rain storms when trails are wet and muddy. Horse traffic through or around mud holes damages trail surfaces as well as surrounding vegetation and habitat.

For local fire restrictions and closure information for Federal, Tribal and State lands in Arizona and New Mexico, as well as additional information on southeast Arizona public lands, visit http://gacc.nifc.gov/swcc/. ; See also http://www.nps.gov

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TMC Saguaro Rocks!  Great job today, everyone . . .

Sep 6, 2010

Another World Record at the TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run—over 1,000 registrants and almost a thousand finishers!  Congratulations to all who finished the 8-miler and the 5k—those hills are brutal—with no cloud cover, even!  What an awesome group of runners, walkers, volunteers, National Park folks, ham radio operators, sponsors, and partners—and Wilbur and Wilma, too.  We’ll have a full post-race report soon, with a detailed thanks to the over 80 volunteers who worked hard to make today such a great time, including the Tri-Girls, Sahuaro HS, Rincon HS, St. Augustine Catholic HS, plus Pima CC for excellent timing, Sharon Bart at the Running Shop, and the great WOG and SAR family!

A huge thanks to everyone involved—especially Julia Strange and all the great folks from Tucson Medical Center for helping fund the event!!  Thanks, too, to the Daily Star and Caliente for all the promotion, plus 92.9 The Mountain and Cox Communications—and REI, Muscle Milk, Worldly Soles, XOOD sports drink, Culligan Water, and Sunflower Market! 

Congratulations, too, to Craig Dabler for being named the 2010-2011 Spirit of Rob Bell Award recipient.  Rob, we miss you!!

Check out the SAR facebook page for hundreds of race photos—thanks to Tim Bentley and everyone else for posting photos and race updates!

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TMC Saguaro 2010 Updates: Labor Day Registration and more details on the race

Sep 4, 2010

We are super-excited about the 41st TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run scheduled for Labor Day Monday.  All indications are that this will be the most popular Saguaro ever, with over 1,000 registrants.  It should be a blast, so come on out!  Below are some details for the weekend.

Registration
You can still register for the race on Monday morning at Saguaro National Park East from 5:00-6:00 am. If you have not paid, you will need to pay at the front gate and take a ticket to the maintenance yard to pick up your bib number and t-shirt.  If you have already paid, walk through the main gates, head to the maintenance yard, and the team of volunteers will take care of you. 

•      We’re giving away Zorrel technical shirts, the same given away at the Cinco de Mayo 10k (the planned New Balance shirts were out of stock).  The race shirts are a poly-blend designed to wick moisture; unfortunately, as with almost every clothing item these days, they run on the small side.
•      Remember: put your bib number on the front of your shirt!

Monday Parking and Travel
Please try to car-pool and please do not park in driveways or on the bike lanes.  Pima County Sheriff deputies will be on hand to ensure safety, so be considerate of others, obey traffic laws, and be safe when traveling from your vehicle to the race site.

Coming from Phoenix or elsewhere?  Check out the race hotel, JW Marriott Starr Pass, for discounts.  See the race page for details.

Event Day Schedule
•      5:00-6:00 am Registration
•      6:20 Announce winner of the 2010 Spirit of Rob Bell Award, presented by Performance Footwear
•      6:23 National Anthem
•      6:27 5k start
•      6:30 8-miler start
•      8:30 Kid’s Race
•      8:45 Begin Spirit of Rob Bell Award, Raffle Prizes, and Awards*
* Raffle prizes have been donated by REI, the Running Shop, Worldly Soles, and Ben’s Bells, plus a few free entries to upcoming SAR races.  We’ll have awards for both races - no double-dipping, so overall age group winners will be pulled out from the age group awards.

Miscellaneous
The race starting area will be crowded, so please line up according to expected pace per mile, with 5-minute milers at the front of the line.

No dogs are allowed so don’t bring the pooch!  For safety sake, strollers are OK in the 5k, but not the 8-miler.  Wheelchair athletes are welcome—but please no bikes, roller blades or anything else with wheels. Headphones are discouraged - if you must wear them, please leave one ear free for safety.

Culligan has donated plenty of refreshing water, with aid stations at approximately 2, 4, 6, and 7 miles.  Thanks to Sahuaro High School for handling 2 and 4, Santa Rita High School for handling marker 6, and the Tucson Tri-Girls for handling the 7-mile mark and the 5k turn-around.  St. Augustine High School Cross Country team will also be on the course, and we’ll also have the Ham Radio Society of Tucson on course, plus a dedicated ambulance from Rural Metro at the finish line.

Thanks to Waste Management, we have more port-o-johns than ever before, including one around the 4 mile mark.Please do not use the desert to relieve yourself: the Park Service may fine you - and a snake may bite you!!

After the race, enjoy Muscle Milk, XOOD, and plenty of snack food from Sunflower market.  Grab a free massage from the massage therapists at the Cortiva Institute, and visit with The Running Shop, REI, Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, Watershed Management,  Ben’s Bells, and event partners.

In particular, please be sure to visit the Tucson Medical Center tent and snag some give-away plunder - TMC has become a leading sponsor of SAR events and their commitment to the health and wellness of our region is to be commended.

The Park Service will also have two areas to visit, so check them out - cool skulls, skins and other fun things. . . .

Weather: The Weather Channel claims it will be around 75 at race start, with a daytime high of only 91.

Questions?  Email or call .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), SAR race director at 520-991-0733  

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TMC Saguaro 2010 Updates: Training runs every Sunday and new 5k

Jul 29, 2010

Early registration for both the 8-miler and 5k ends on August 5thOnline and mail-in registration options available.

Training runs on the Saguaro course start Sunday, August 1st at 6:00 am and go every Sunday through August.  The informal and free runs are led by long-time SAR member Bill Cuculic, though you can run or walk your own pace. Bring a few dollars for the park entry (or buy an annual park pass for $25 and receive $5 off your Saguaro race entry) and try to car-pool so that runners don’t overwhelm the parking spots.  Have fun and meet new friends as you prepare for this Tucson tradition!

The TMC Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run also announces a one-year experiment: the 2-mile fun run/walk has been changed to a 5k run/walk, complete with overall and age-group prizes.  If you’re not quite ready for the hilly 8-miler, come on out and do 3.1 miles—the out-and-back starts a few minutes before the 8-miler and will head counterclockwise, with the turn-around down by the picnic area.  The rolling hills and fine for strollers, kids, and runners/walkers of all abilities!

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Updated 2009 Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run Results

Sep 9, 2009

Click here for the updated 2009 Saguaro National Park Labor Day Run Results. Thanks to all for a great run!

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