Kondo wins Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

At the Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend in Orlando, Fla., Sarah Kondo won her first-ever Disney race. She finished 10 seconds ahead of second place and 11 seconds ahead of third place as she went on to win the Disney Wine & Dine 10 kilometre on Saturday in a time of 42:24. 

Then on Sunday, she placed 77th overall and first in her age group in a time of 1:37:09 for the 21.1 km half marathon.

At the Road 2 Hope 42.2-kilometre marathon in Hamilton John McAlister placed 10th overall and was the second master in his personal best time of 2:55:35.

Rick McCleary placed 59th overall and second in his age group in his second best time of 3:16:34.

Ryan Beale placed 81st overall and 14th in his age group in his personal best time of 3:20:42.

Kristen Donovan placed 359th overall and 20th in her age group in her second best time of 3:54:04. 

Ray Eivers placed 478th overall and 60th in his age group in a time of 4:07:16.

During the 21.1 km half marathon Greg Galloway placed 18th overall and fourth in his age group in his personal best time of 1:22:12.

Ray Emoff placed 85th overall and sixth in his age group in a time of 1:32:11.

At the Road 2 Hope 10 kilometre race in Hamilton, Darren Christopher Lee finished 10th overall and was the first master in 35:22.

In the Road 2 Hope Hammer competition, where runners competed in the five kilometre and 10 kilometre races on the Saturday and the marathon Sunday, Lorraine Gavloski was the third female overall after consolidating all her times, only two minutes behind the winner.

In the five kilometre, she finished 235th overall and 15th in her age group in a time of 25:05. In the 10 kilometre, she finished 177th overall and 11th in her age group in 53:44. In the marathon, Gavloski finished 597th overall and 41st in her age group in a time of 4:27:05.

Kondo wins Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

At the Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend in Orlando, Fla., Sarah Kondo won her first-ever Disney race. She finished 10 seconds ahead of second place and 11 seconds ahead of third place as she went on to win the Disney Wine & Dine 10 kilometre on Saturday in a time of 42:24. 

Then on Sunday, she placed 77th overall and first in her age group in a time of 1:37:09 for the 21.1 km half marathon.

At the Road 2 Hope 42.2-kilometre marathon in Hamilton John McAlister placed 10th overall and was the second master in his personal best time of 2:55:35.

Rick McCleary placed 59th overall and second in his age group in his second best time of 3:16:34.

Ryan Beale placed 81st overall and 14th in his age group in his personal best time of 3:20:42.

Kristen Donovan placed 359th overall and 20th in her age group in her second best time of 3:54:04. 

Ray Eivers placed 478th overall and 60th in his age group in a time of 4:07:16.

During the 21.1 km half marathon Greg Galloway placed 18th overall and fourth in his age group in his personal best time of 1:22:12.

Ray Emoff placed 85th overall and sixth in his age group in a time of 1:32:11.

At the Road 2 Hope 10 kilometre race in Hamilton, Darren Christopher Lee finished 10th overall and was the first master in 35:22.

In the Road 2 Hope Hammer competition, where runners competed in the five kilometre and 10 kilometre races on the Saturday and the marathon Sunday, Lorraine Gavloski was the third female overall after consolidating all her times, only two minutes behind the winner.

In the five kilometre, she finished 235th overall and 15th in her age group in a time of 25:05. In the 10 kilometre, she finished 177th overall and 11th in her age group in 53:44. In the marathon, Gavloski finished 597th overall and 41st in her age group in a time of 4:27:05.

Kondo wins Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend

Sports Nov 15, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

At the Disney Wine & Dine Race weekend in Orlando, Fla., Sarah Kondo won her first-ever Disney race. She finished 10 seconds ahead of second place and 11 seconds ahead of third place as she went on to win the Disney Wine & Dine 10 kilometre on Saturday in a time of 42:24. 

Then on Sunday, she placed 77th overall and first in her age group in a time of 1:37:09 for the 21.1 km half marathon.

At the Road 2 Hope 42.2-kilometre marathon in Hamilton John McAlister placed 10th overall and was the second master in his personal best time of 2:55:35.

Rick McCleary placed 59th overall and second in his age group in his second best time of 3:16:34.

Ryan Beale placed 81st overall and 14th in his age group in his personal best time of 3:20:42.

Kristen Donovan placed 359th overall and 20th in her age group in her second best time of 3:54:04. 

Ray Eivers placed 478th overall and 60th in his age group in a time of 4:07:16.

During the 21.1 km half marathon Greg Galloway placed 18th overall and fourth in his age group in his personal best time of 1:22:12.

Ray Emoff placed 85th overall and sixth in his age group in a time of 1:32:11.

At the Road 2 Hope 10 kilometre race in Hamilton, Darren Christopher Lee finished 10th overall and was the first master in 35:22.

In the Road 2 Hope Hammer competition, where runners competed in the five kilometre and 10 kilometre races on the Saturday and the marathon Sunday, Lorraine Gavloski was the third female overall after consolidating all her times, only two minutes behind the winner.

In the five kilometre, she finished 235th overall and 15th in her age group in a time of 25:05. In the 10 kilometre, she finished 177th overall and 11th in her age group in 53:44. In the marathon, Gavloski finished 597th overall and 41st in her age group in a time of 4:27:05.