Kevin Stephens and Rose-Anna Hoey are the 2014 BAC Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk Male and Female Champions.
Stephens got the better of 13 year old Jayden Ming at the line to win by a chest. Stephens and Ming both recorded a time of 18:02, but Stephens was declared the winner, 11 year old Ryan Outerbridge finished 3rd clocking a time of 18:36.
Hoey was the 7th finisher overall clocking a time of 19:29, Jennifer Alen was the second Female finisher and 14th overall crossing the line in a time of 19:56 and Deon Breary was the next runner to cross the line clocking a time of 20.01.
2014 BAC Jingle Bell 5K Run Top 30 Finishers
18:02 Kevin Stephens 18:02 Jayden Ming 18:09 Ryan Outerbridge 18:42 Philip Mace 19:03 Iziah Tucker 19:14 Trevor Lindsay 19:29 Rose-Anna Hoey 19:31 Rodrigo Saez 19:32 Ronae Burgess 19:33 Max De Ste Croix 19:35 Neil De Ste Croix 19:54 Jahmai Lottimore 19:56 Dennis Fagundo 19:56 Jennifer Alen 20:01 Deon Breary 20:06 Quincy Kuzyk 20:17 Aaron Garcia 20:20 Tom Booth 20:31 Michael Schindel 20:34 Alex Pilgrim 20:49 Jay Pedro 20:52 Adam Larson 21:05 Michael Palmer 21:13 Lynsey Palmer 21:20 Sajan Harvey 21:26 Paul Dobinson 21:31 Erica Hawley 21:37 Shay Brown 21:38 Court Crane 21:50 James Keyes
Kevin Stephens and Rose-Anna Hoey ran to victory in the 2014 Northshore Medical Center Turkey Trot 10K hosted by Swans Running Club.
Stephens clocked a time of 39.00, with Craig Rothwell finishing second with a time of 39.29 and Hoey finished 3rd overall clocking a time of 39.32.
Ronae Burgess rounded out the podium for the Men when he crossed the line 4th with a time of 40.08. Melissa Logie was the second Female finisher and 17th overall with a time of 45.42 and Anne Kermode finished 21st overall and was the third Female finisher clocking 47.59.
2014 Northshore Medical Center Turkey Trot 10K Running Results
39.00 Kevin Stephens 39.29 Craig Rothwell 39.32 Rose-Anna Hoey 40.08 Ronae Burgess 40.23 Trevor Lindsay 40.51 Justin Brenden 40.54 Peter Gracey 41.48 Jahmai Lottimore 42.28 Rolando Wilson 42.34 Charlie Withers-Clarke 43.45 Larry Hodge 44.09 Luis Muso 44.50 Mike Gutteridge 45.03 Giles Spurling 45.15 Anthony Prentice 45.26 Otis Ingham 45.42 Melissa Logie 45.44 Keith Robinson 45.47 Mike Schindel 47.37 Christopher Jones 47.59 Anne Kermode 48.21 Mairi Redmond 48.30 Milan Oleksak 48.50 Edward Harris 48.58 Gemma Holden 49.07 Allison Schindel 49.32 Ian Henderson 49.38 Steven Ortiz 49.43 Zina Jones 49.44 Grensy Quintero 50.41 Bonnie Mills 51.30 Robin Holder 52.07 Melissa Chudleigh 52.16 Melina Tyers 52.17 Danie De Lange 52.48 Jeffrey Tyrrell 52.54 Michael Whalley 52.55 Preston James Ephraim II 52.57 Kate Tomkins 53.18 Mark Chudleigh 53.29 Rebecca Shepherd 53.30 Nicole Rozon 54.09 Fernando De Deus 54.44 Sean Simmons 55.26 Rachel Rothwell 55.38 Betty Doyling 55.39 Gavin OíConnor 55.43 Ali Hochberg 56.44 Simon Fraser 57.28 Mayberline Black 58.11 Liz Craig 58.46 Carol Griffith 59.34 Darnell Wynn 1.00.33 Caroline Stockdale 1.00.50 Javier Otameni 1.01.41 Edwina Arorash 1.02.04 Michelle Cardwell 1.04.00 Margaret Burgess-Howie 1.04.57 Lesley-Jane Smith 1.05.50 Alshia Lugo 1.06.53 Elvin Thomas 1.07.23 Leonie Dill 1.08.30 Matthew Paul 1.08.34 Florence Sharpe-Trott 1.10.06 Reggie Young 1.12.43 Elizabeth Arnold 1.23.26 Dilario Robinson 1.26.49 Rickado Phipps
2014 Northshore Medical Center Turkey Trot 10K Walking Results
The Bermuda National Athletics Associationís National Cross Country Championships took place at the Aboretum, with some 100 plus runners taking to the course.
Jay Donawa won the Menís Masters National Title crossing the line in a time of 21:53, Christopher Harris finished second with a time of 23:33 and Omari Hart rounded out the top 3 finishers clocking 24:59.
In the Menís Open, the National Title went to Lamont Marshall who clocked 34:03, Darico Clarke finished second with a time of 36:26 and Shane Mcilwain finished third with a time of 37:39.
Deon Breary won the Womenís Masters National title, she was clocked at 27:15, Audrey Darrell was second in 37:48 and Jennie Kelly was third clocking 40:39.
Messiah Greaves was crowned the Under 17 Girls National Champion after she crossed the line in a time of 27:19, Lynsey Palmer was second in 28:08 and Quaashie Douglas finished third with a time of 30:29.
The Bermuda National Athletics Associationís National Cross Country Championships will take place this Saturday December 6th, @ the Aboretum.
The first event Under 10 and Under 12 will begin at 8:30am.
Donna Watson the BNAA President said, ďWe expect to have around 200 athletes participate. We hope to have some of the top road racers compete in the event. We will have the top junior runners and I am sure they will use it as a warm up for the KPMG Front Street Mile.Ē
Wednesday, December 03, 2014
Count Down to Princess to Princess 2015
Princess to Princess 2014 Champion
The Fairmont Hamilton Princess and the Mid Atlantic Athletic Club (MAAC) announced that the 38th Annual Fairmont to Fairmont Race will be held on Sunday, January 11th, 2015.
The race takes runners on a 7.2 mile course between the Fairmont Hamilton Princess and The Fairmont Southampton and is considered the beginning of the running year, attracting competitors from across the globe. It is a great final warm-up for International Race Weekend, starting on Friday, January 16th, 2015.
The Fairmont to Fairmont Race also includes a competitive walking category, a 3-member team relay, and a Junior 3K race.
The Fairmont to Fairmont Race will take the competitors from the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel, along Front Street, East Broadway, The Lane, Harbour Road, Burnt House Hill, Middle Road and up The Fairmont Southampton Driveway before finishing at The Fairmont Southamptonís Private Beach Club.
2014 saw Harry Mulenga and Ashley Estwanik win the Adult Male and Female categories respectively, while the junior winners were Tommy Marshall and Jade Johnson (8-10), Jayden Ming and Mikaela Outerbridge (11-12) and Akim Johnston and Lynsey Palmer (13-15).
Relay teams Montpelier Re and Team Froud/Stone/Rahr captured the Male and Female Relay honors, while Paget Pacers won the Mixed Relay race. Sinclair Smith was the winner of the competitive Walking category, introduced for the first time in 2014.
In 2015, the main draw prize is a four night stay at The Fairmont Mayakoba, Mexico with round-trip JetBlue tickets. There are prizes for the top Male & Female finishers of the Junior 3K in the following age brackets: 8-10, 11-12 and 13-15.
The Fairmont to Fairmont Relay Race will award prizes for the top finishers in the male, female, and mixed categories. The adult Fairmont to Fairmont Running Race has prizes for the top male and female finishers in the following categories 16-29 (open); 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60 & over; and 70 & over. The first Male and Female walkers will win prizes, as well as the first tourists, and the winning Fairmont employees. A variety of great spot prizes will also be awarded.
The Fairmont to Fairmont Race is organized by MAAC and sanctioned by the Bermuda National Athletics Association. First run in 1978 as the Princess to Princess, the race was MAACís first organized event. Now named Fairmont to Fairmont Race, it is the longest-running sponsored road race event in Bermuda. In 2014, $4,170 was donated to The Family Centre from MAAC and Fairmont from race proceeds. A portion of the 2015 entry fee will be donated to The Bermuda Hospitals Charitable Trust.