Monday, June 27, 2011

50K World Trophy

Myself and BAA mountain/trail/snowshoe/track/road/ultra extraordinaire Josh Ferenc got this email today from the folks at the IAU concerning the upcoming 50K World Trophy in the Netherlands in August...  Now I have to think about how I can get into 50K shape in less than 2 months. I guess it starts with some long runs?

Dear Joshua & Jim  ,

May I ask you to read the attached invitation carefully ?

Kindest regards,

Jan Vandendriessche
IAU Director of Organizations

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Mount Washington Road Race

This past weekend I ran my 4th straight Mount Washington Road Race (results).  It is the highlight of my year and is certainly my favorite race simply because it is an all out grind, both physically and mentally, like nothing I've ever done before.  It really does scare the hell out of you both leading up to the race (just thinking about it) and during.  There is just something about 'the hill' that makes you come back for more each year...  Slogging my butt up 7.6 miles of 11% average grade isn't exactly an enjoyable experience when it is actually happening, but everything else from the planning, training, build up, race weekend, and after-party makes it all well worth the 1+ hour self mutilation / boxing match (as Dave Quintal calls it) that is the Mount Washington Road Race.

Rickey Gates (2009 and 2011 winner and one of only a small group to ever break 1 hour on the hill) has this to say about Mt. Washington in the Aspen Times:

“It's brutal all the way through,” Gates said of the famed course, which gains 4,727 feet in elevation over 7.6 miles. “There's nothing like it in Colorado. It's kind of funny, we're so proud of our mountains here, then you get out on this hill that doesn't look all that impressive on it or at the bottom. It's a road from a different era, though — 12 percent [grade] all the way up and never a rest from it.

“It's one solid hour of suffering. … There's no faking it on that mountain.”

Since the weekend consists of much more than just the actual race, I'll cut to the chase and just give the scoop on the race itself.  The race started an hour earlier than usual (9am) and it was cloudy, drizzly, and humid out at the base.  We arrived in plenty of time to get everything in order, get Kristin in line to get to the top, and get out for a nice warmup over the Great Glen Trails.  We had a nice group of folks on the warmup and during the 3 or so miles we ran around the base of the auto road, it started to pour.  I wasn't minding it for the race, but for the finish and after party, I wanted it to be nice out (especially for my family who was there).  I threw on the Inov-8 Bare X Lite 150s and headed over to the line to join my CMS and Team Inov-8 mates who were ready for action.  As a USATF team, CMS was looking pretty strong again (we've won it every year except one) and Team Inov-8 had what looked to be 6 of the top men in the field for sure.  I grabbed a spot in the second or third row, next to Justin Freeman, and we were off.

The race went out as I expected, with some guys jetting out quick, and the veterans hanging back a bit (because we know what to expect as the miles and minutes tick by).  My goal was to run with or around Dave Dunham for the first mile or so, then start moving up.  Kevin Tilton had the same thoughts and sure enough, as the road started to climb up, I looked over to my right and DD was right there, with KT right behind us.  We were in prime position to ease into the race and not go crazy.  Sure, there were still a few top women and a bunch of others in front of us, but I knew that wouldn't last.

Right after the mile, Kevin made a move, as we had all been passing people left and right up to that point.  I went along and we caught up to a few top local guys and a pack that consisted of Dan Princic and Brandon Newbould of Whirlaway, along with Mark Mayall (NBB) and a couple others.   As we went by, Dan was the only one who came along and seemed to match Kevin stride for stride.  Dan's a very strong runner here and has a 1:06 to his credit in 2008.  I knew he'd be tough and he was hanging on.  Not too long after we had broken away from the rest of the pack, Kevin started to pull away from me a bit and Dan was going with him.  I started to drop back and was running solo for a good deal, but not too far behind a string of runners.

Ticking through 2 and then 3 miles, it was hot, humid, and very cloudy (reminiscent of 2009).  When the clouds did break, I could surprisingly still see most everyone up ahead, including the leaders.  Through half way, again looking up I could see Kevin, Dan, Justin Freeman, Kris Freeman, Francis Burdett, and a few others not too far ahead, with Eric Blake (2006 and 2008 winner) and a few others still in view.  I was actually surprised to see Eric and figured he must have been struggling a bit (he's been injured).

During the middle miles (3-5) I really struggled to keep it together.  My splits were good but I felt horrible.  I was actually thinking at one point about a DNF, which stinks because that would have put me as a DNF for Boston and Washington...two of my biggest races of the year.  I got very nervous and thought the wheels were going to blow off.  Looking ahead, I could see Kevin was mowing down people and others were starting to spread out.  I wasn't sure if I was going to catch anyone, but I did believe that I was going to be caught myself by Craig Fram and DD, who were both behind me and in view.  I looked a few times during this stretch around halfway to 4 miles and could see them together.  Soon after that, maybe around the hairpin turn it was just Craig, who had broken away from Dave.

Over the dirt section of the course, it was very cloudy and visibility was so bad that it made it a little easier to deal with because you could not see the roads way up ahead, but it was tough to gauge where you were in relation to others.  Not quite as bad as 2009, but almost. I slipped a bunch of times believe it or not, as the traction was bad with the wet dirt/mud road, and the wind picked up a bit.  I thought that this was going to start killing me time-wise, but I hung on and pushed forward, as now I was getting closer to Kris Freeman, the first runner who was coming back to me since maybe mile 1.5.   Kris is an Olympic XC skier and won the Crossan Cup last year for the top NH runner at the race.  He's a very strong runner (as is his brother Justin, who has been killing it on the roads this year and who was way up ahead with Kevin at this point).

From 5-6.5 or so (through the cow pasture), I was slowly reeling in Kris and had dropped Craig and DD back a ways.  I definitely felt as though I was picking it up in this section and was thankful that I had run this as a training run a month earlier with Kevin.  I remembered vividly, most every turn and knew what I had left in the race.  Just after the 7 mile mark, where the clouds broke a bit, you could see some vehicles, more spectators down along the road, and the silhouette of some of the summit buildings started to make an appearance.  I finally caught up to Kris Freeman and we were surprisingly pulling up along side Dan Princic as well.  Dan had been slowly coming back and I was right behind Kris when I heard him say 'where's the finish' to someone (I thought he was talking to a spectator but he was actually asking Dan).  Apparently Dan said back to him 'about a quarter mile'.   I heard Kris react as if it was bad news and I found out later that it was.  He had thought the race was 7.2 miles when he hit the 7 mile mark.  He just had a slight lapse and it cost him because he was hanging on and surging right around 7 to try to catch and pass Dan.  I pulled right up along side both of them together and flew right on past.  I was hauling at this point, where the course finally levels off a bit, and I could feel my body go upright as the grade lessened.  I put one last surge in, threw it into my last gear, and pulled away to some actual shock of spectators standing there who couldn't believe that someone could have that in the tank at the end of this race.  I had brief moments of thinking I was going to catch Francis Burdett, but he was too far ahead at the end and I was running out of race quickly.  I was in an all out sprint and then for a moment or two thought I may have prematurely started my kick, as I still wasn't at 'the wall' yet.  I glanced back a couple times to see that only Dan had tried to challenge my move and Kris was in finish mode at that point.  I hit the base of the wall and quickly remembered how cruel that last push is.  No video or pictures can truly express how brutal that last grade is.  I hit that and almost seized up with the first stride up it.  My muscles and legs (what was left of them) wobbled and twinged and I bent straight over again and tried to run up it as best I could.  There were a ton of folks leaning right into my grill, shouting things like 'push it', 'don't look back', 'he's comin'', 'you can do it', that type of stuff. I looked up to see Francis crest the top and cruise to the finish as I was heading up the beginning of the slope.  Halfway up the wall I thought Dan was going to get me back, but I kept pushing on and glanced at my watch to see that I was going to go under 1:08 and as it flattened out, I finally realized I'd hold them off and cruised across the line in 1:07:22 and a new PR for both placement and time at Mt. Washington.  I got 12th place overall, thanks to passing those two right near the end.

I also ended up being the 3rd NH runner AGAIN, as Kevin Tilton finally finished the entire race this year and was 2 places ahead of me (23 seconds) and Justin Freeman ran a fantastic race and got 8th overall. Five Colorado runners beat me this year, as well as one bloke each from NC, PA, CT, and MA.

I was the 4th CMS runner behind Pete Maksimow (1:04:45), Kevin Tilton (1:06:59), and Francis Burdett (1:07:09).  Dave Dunham rounded out the scoring for us with his 5th place team slot at 1:09:11.  We also won the team title (again), which was very cool.  I actually got to keep the hardware, as Pete kept it last year, and Kevin and Francis (along with Pete) all got top 10 awards individually.

Above, part of the CMS crew: L-R: Tivo, JJ, DD, DQ, Ross Krause, The 'Real' DV, Francis, Tim Woods-Mahoney.  Front Row: K-Tilt.

Interestingly enough, I was also the 5th out of 6 Team Inov-8 guys who toed the line (making me think that I really stink compared to these guys :) )... With Joe Gray not even running this year (he would have made a push for the win), I still lost to 5 Inov-8 teammates (Tommy Manning, Peter Maksimow, Ryan Woods, Kevin Tilton) and Ben Nephew wasn't too far behind.  A great day for my mates for sure.

Above, the Inov-8 men's contingent: L-R: Tommy Manning, Kevin Tilton, Ryan Woods, Ben Nephew, Pete Maksimow, JJ.

Aside from the first mile, which I ran slower on purpose as part of my actual 'race strategy', every one of my mile splits was my fastest ever.


Mile 1) 6:54
Mile 2) 8:19 (15:14)
Mile 3) 8:46 (24:00)
Half Way) 32:19
Mile 4) 9:00 (33:01)
Mile 5) 9:48 (42:49)
Mile 6) 9:33 (52:23)
Mile 7) 9:22 (1:01:45)
Last .6) 5:37 (1:07:22)

Historical Split Breakdown:
Fastest splits for the 4 races (individual mile splits and overall time) highlighted in green below.


Top 20 Plus CMS Men in Blue

11:01:32Rickey Gates           30Woody Creek CO         SSR               
21:01:42Tommy Manning          35Colorado Springs CO    INOV-8                 
31:03:31Matthew Byrne          36Scranton PA                              
41:03:36Glenn Randall          24Mesa CO                                  
51:04:33Simon Gutierrez        45Alamosa CO             FLEET FEET BOULDER     
61:04:45Peter Maksimow         32Maintou Springs CO     CMS / INOV-8              
71:06:18Ryan Woods             32Boone NC               INOV-8            
81:06:28Justin Freeman         34New Hampton NH         RETAILERS UNION   
91:06:53Eric Blake             32New Britain CT         BAA               
10 1:06:59 Kevin Tilton          29North Conway NH        CMS / INOV-8           
11 1:07:09 Francis Burdett       46Worcester MA           CMS               
12 1:07:22 Jim Johnson           34Salem NH               CMS / INOV-8                
13 1:07:30 Daniel Princic        31Reading MA             WHIRL             
14 1:07:46 Kris Freeman          30Thornton NH            US SKI TEAM       
15 1:08:50 Craig Fram            52Plaistow NH            WHIRL             
16 1:09:08 Mark Mayall           39Maynard MA             NB BOSTON         
17 1:09:11 Dave Dunham           47Bradford MA            CMS               
18 1:09:23 Ben Nephew            35Mansfield MA           CMS / INOV-8                
19 1:09:58 Patrick Ard           27Raymond NH             WHIRL             
20 1:10:44 Brandon Newbould      29Nottingham NH          WHIRL             
21 1:11:00 Ross Krause           31Easthampton MA         CMS               
22 1:11:14 Andy McCarron         28Keene NH               CMS               
23 1:11:51 Tim Van Orden         43Bennington VT          CMS               
26 1:13:23 Tim Mahoney           31Holyoke MA             CMS               
27 1:13:26 Matthew Clark         28Amherst MA             CMS               
37 1:16:01 Ernest Brake          49North Sutton NH        CMS               
40 1:16:41 Daniel Verrington     48Bradford MA            CMS               
47 1:17:52 David Quintal         48Salem NH               CMS           
891:27:01Judge Jones 60Billerica MACMS
2721:44:26Robert Thomas51Charlton MACMS
2871:45:08David Krom52Worcester MACMS
3341:47:35Walter Kuklinski62Princeton MACMS
5692:10:52Joe O'Connor51Sterling MACMS
6302:33:15George Boudreau42Ware MACMS
654 Total Men Finishers.


Next up is tomorrow's US Championships at Mt. Cranmore in N.Conway, NH.  It should be a loaded field and I'm looking forward to trying to squeeze into the top 10 or so, but that may be tough!

Monday, June 13, 2011

Training 06-13 to 06-19

Team Inov-8 men at the 2011 Mount Washington Road Race in New Hampshire - June 18, 2011.
L-R: Tommy Manning (CO), Kevin Tilton (NH), Ryan Woods (NC), Ben Nephew (MA), Peter Maksimow (CO), Jim Johnson (NH).

Wrap Up: 73.9 miles for the week with a descent track workout and one good race up Mt. Washington and a new hill PR of 1:07:22 ...good enough for 12th OA and another CMS team win.  Felt good at the start, horrible in the middle, and fantastic late....write up to come (along with Market Square).  Feeling pretty strong right now but definitely reeling from running back down the mountain after the race.  Everything hurts right now... I need to take it easy over the next couple days and recover in time for Cranmore this weekend, which is the US Championships once again for Mountain Running.   

06-19 - Sunday: 7 miles (dirt roads) - easy recovery run in the Experimental Forest in Bartlett, NH off of Bear Notch Rd. with Francis Burdett, Kevin Tilton, Dave Dunham, Dan Verrington. [1:00:22]

06-18 - Saturday: 18.2 miles (trails and a mountain) - 3ish mile warmup with large CMS group and some others, at the base of Mt. Washington, around Great Glen Trails in the rain... Then race: 51st Mount Washington Road Race - Green's Grant, NH (7.6 miles of ascent only) - 12th place, 1:07:22 (PR by 1:27). Then, 7.6 miles of descent only [51:00] on the way back down (solo).  Legs are trash.

06-17 - Friday: 10 miles (trails and roads) - early AM run before heading up to the White Mountains... Winni trails from Dan Verrington's house w/ DV.  Wiped out hard during the last section of the Merrill Trail portion of the loop around Lake Kenoza.  Landed on my back (square on some knobby roots), scraped the hell out of my elbow and forearm, and scraped up my hip. Dan remained calm, cool, and collected...I was a screaming, crying mess.  [1:11:00]

06-16 - Thursday: 5 miles (roads) - Salem, Methuen (solo).  Easy run late in the day. [35:43]

06-15 - Wednesday: 12.2 miles (trails) - River trail 12 from the track plus add-on to the old boathouse bridge and back with Kevin Alliette and Emory Bickford. 12.2 on Kevin's Garmin.

06-14 - Tuesday: 11.5 miles (track workout, roads, trails) - 2 mile w/up with Sully on the roads and then 6 x mile on the track with 400 jog in between.  Sully wanted to run between 5:20-5:30.  I decided to run with him and make sure we hit that range and stayed under 5:30. Felt really good.  No issues.  The only one that felt anywhere near difficult was the last one and I ran pretty even and just wanted to run near 4:50.  Ran 2:25 / 2:23 and felt very strong...not sure how it will translate on 'the hill' but for the roads, I should be hopefully running some faster times this summer.

Mile 1: 5:24 - sully led
Mile 2: 5:13 - I led
Mile 3: 5:23 - sully led
Mile 4: 5:04 - I led
Mile 5: 5:22 - sully led
Mile 6: 4:48 - I led

2 mile cooldown nice and easy on the trails after with Sully.

15:00 + 46:14 + 15:00 = 1:16:14

06-13 - Monday: 10 miles (roads) - Spicket Hill from Mobil station (up and down four times + neighborhoods in Salem). 5 miles solo + 5 miles with DQ.  Meant to go 6 w/ DQ but cut it short by accident.  1:17:09

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Pack Monadnock 10 Mile Mountain Race

Last weekend was race #3 in the USATF-New England Mountain Series for 2011 and it took place out west in Wilton, NH.  The Pack Monadnock 10 Miler (results) runs through a very hilly section Wilton, Temple, and Peterborough NH and ends up on the summit of Pack Monadnock.

I was 3rd here last year and 4th in 2009.  This year, I wasn't sure who was going to be running, but I knew that none of the guys that have been in front of me in the past would be there.  It was also the same  day as Rhody 5k down in Rhode Island (serving as the USATF-NE Grand Prix 5K Championships), so I knew that most of the regions 'top' fast guys would be down there...but typically the guys who are crazy enough to do Pack Monadnock, would most likely pass on a flat 5k around a parking lot.  This race is a bruiser.  8.5 very hilly miles and then the last 1.5 miles up a ridiculously steep auto road that is just a pure grind.  The last couple years, my last mile here has been mid-9s and the popular story is that of Eric Morse being the only person to ever break 8 minutes for the last mile (which I cannot even fathom is remotely possible).  Even Eric Blake didn't run under 8 minutes last year.  Morse ran a ridiculous 58:35 in 1999, 1 minute and 20 seconds faster than Eric Blake ran last year.  That's impressive.  This is the slowest 10 mile 'road race' you'll probably ever come across.  There is a good deal of it on very packed, smooth dirt roads, but it is a 'road race' that is so hilly that it has been part of the mountain series in New England since the beginning in 1996.

We warmed up over the first part of the course, which is pretty much immediately uphill and it was clear that the humidity was already a factor, even early in the morning.  I ditched the singlet at the last minute and decided it was best to go as light as possible.  It would end up being a good decision.

As the race got underway, we immediately hit the first climb which doesn't let up until the mile mark.  Last year I was 5:59 through the first mile (which is because it is all uphill...a hill that is worse than just about any hill in any road race you'll find anywhere)...and that's just the beginning.  Through the first mile, I was out front by quite a bit and nobody was coming with me.  I clicked through in 6:00 (one second slower than last year) and was pleased because I wanted to go out conservatively and felt like I was doing just that.  To be just about even with last year was a good start.  I wasn't chasing Kevin and Eric this year, so I was hoping I'd still be able to continue and run a good time.  Just as you pass the mile mark, the course levels out for a bit, then starts to drop as it turns onto a dirt road.  There was an official  sign on the tree at the beginning of the road that read 'This road is not maintained in the winter'.  Someone had put a homemade sign just below that one that read 'or summer'.  I found that pretty amusing.

The second mile has a bunch of down and then a nice climb again.  I continued to open up my lead a bit but continued to keep any eye on what was going on behind.  I wasn't sure who was going to come up to challenge me and who was going to be running a smarter race potentially, behind me.   I knew Tivo was in good shape for the longer stuff because he's running a trail half soon.  I also knew that Ryan Aschbrenner was back there, as were a few of my teammates who could be in contention.

Miles 2-7 could all be run in low 6s to mid 5s and I clicked off a few good miles as I continued to run my pace.  Right before 4 miles, I ran off course when I came to an intersection that looked like it was coned out to to right.  There was also a volunteer next to a Jeep, which was parked down the road and he was standing there looking like he was directing you that way.  I took a turn onto the road and ran at him for a few seconds before I yelled to him 'this way?' and he just shook his head and pointed back the way I came.  Needless to say I was pretty p*ssed.  He was in the worst possible spot to be directing people and it was very confusing.  I ran across an overgrown island in the street to get back onto the course.  I'm sure he came back down onto the right street after that and made sure no one else made that mistake (the fallbacks of being out front!)...  Miles 2 and 3 were fast as they had some nice downhills, but then mile 4 was mostly a climb and pretty slow.  Mile 5 was pretty quick, with some flats and downs.  During this time, I could see Tivo in my rearview, but he was back a ways as I just kept trying to plug away and keep clicking the miles.  I started to notice during this time that my hips were getting very tight and sore.  No doubt it was from the constant ups and downs, but I pressed on.   Mile 6 had a steep climb in the middle, splitting 2 flatter sections, and then mile 7 was the last 'fast' mile before the hurt starts happening. From that point on, the entire race is uphill just about.  It just starts getting progressively harder and slower.  Mile 7 is mostly if not all dirt (it might actually start before mile 7).

Just before the 8 mile mark, you dump out onto the highway and you have to stay to the right, behind the cones as you just look up and see a mile in front of you.  This part is deceivingly hard, as the grade is about 8% or so the whole time and it just seems like you are not getting anywhere.  I felt for the first time during this section like I wanted to stop.  But I knew that I had the last 1.5 miles ahead of me, which was the breaking point for most people.  I wasn't thrilled with the fact that during the 8th mile, even before hitting the state park where the auto road begins, I started to get that pounding pulse in my neck from my soaring heart rate.  I was burning up from the warmth of the sun and the exposed highway, and was looking back to finally see on one of the longest straights, Tivo still in 2nd place.

As I made my way up into the state park and began the auto road slog up to the summit, I had zero confidence that even with that very large lead I knew I had at the beginning, that I could hold off a charging Tivo up one of, if not the hardest mile on the circuit.  I immediately went from 7:00 or so minute pace, to 9+ minute pace as soon as I stepped onto the auto road.  My form went from really bad (the usual) to downright awful.  I was all hunched over, arms up high, mouth wide open trying to suck in as much air as possible, feet barely lifting off the ground, and sweat just pouring into my eyes.  As I kept glancing up, then occasionally turning around to see if anyone was in sight, I passed by the occasional hiker or spectator climbing up the side of the road, offering me encouragement.  I knew I'd be 9-10 minutes for the last mile as I passed the 9 mile mark and thought to myself 'ok, another 9 minutes of this...that's it'... I kept waiting and looking out for the last ridiculously steep grind straight up to the top and finally began the last climb up.  I could see the towers and the people up at the last turn.  I started to hear the cheers and glanced at my watch. I knew it was going to be close.  I ran 1:03:53 last year and thought a sub 1:03 would be surely impossible when running alone, but I was on pace.  I pushed up and through to the end and ended up breaking 1:03 by coming in in 1:02:47 for my first Pack win.

Top 10 Plus CMS in blue

1Jim Johnson34Salem          NH1:02:476:16
2Tim Van Orden43Bennington     VT1:05:436:34
3Stephen Granger-Bevan26Somerville     MA1:06:116:37
4Ryan Aschbrenner33Nashua         NH1:06:196:37
5Tom Brown25Beverly        MA1:06:396:39
6Todd Callaghan41Beverly        MA1:07:036:42
7Tim Mahoney31Holyoke        MA1:08:046:48
8Ross Krause31Easthampton    MA1:08:146:49
9Bruce Davie47Cambridge      MA1:08:376:51
10Brian Ruhm46Nashua         NH1:10:277:02
37Ashley Krause33Easthampton    MA1:22:278:14
87David Lapierre47Chelmsford     MA1:34:539:29
135Walter Kuklinski62Princeton      MA1:47:5010:47

190 Total Finishers.


Mile 1) 6:00
Mile 2) 5:33 (11:33)
Mile 3) 5:19 (16:53)
Mile 4) 5:56 (22:49)
Mile 5) 5:39 (28:29)
Mile 6) 6:04 (34:33)
Mile 7) 5:41 (40:15)
Mile 8) 6:25 (46:40)
Mile 9) 6:54 (53:34)
Mile 10) 9:12 (1:02:47)

Below, elevation profile with mile splits....looks easy, no?

We hung out at the top for a while and climbed the fire tower, which had awesome views of the White Mountains, Vermont peaks, and the faint Boston skyline.  We then headed back down the mountain, in a very steep and painful slog with the breaks on the entire time.

Below of the crew on top of the firetower on the summit of Pack Monadnock.  
L-R: Tim VanOrden, JJ, Tim Mahoney, Ross Krause, Paul Bazanchuck, Thor Kirleis, Jeff Dengate.

All times under 1:05 (CMS in Blue, 2011 times in Bold) 
** Fergus Cullen, Eric Blake, Bob Hodge, and Craig Fram were all CMS at one point, but not when they ran these times.  That means 38 of 45 times under 1:05 were done by a CMS runner or a former/to-be CMS runner

Time rankTimePlaceNameAgeTeamYear
10:58:351EricMorse34CMS1999 Pack
20:58:492DaveDunham35CMS1999 Pack
30:59:071EricMorse36CMS2001 Pack
40:59:131DaveDunham32CMS1996 Pack
50:59:311DaveDunham28CMS1992 Pack
60:59:402DaveDunham37CMS2001 Pack
70:59:551EricBlake31BAA2010 Pack
81:00:121EricMorse32CMS1997 Pack
91:00:533CraigFram42WRT2001 Pack
101:00:581CraigFram43WRT2002 Pack
111:01:072KevinTilton28CMS2010 Pack
121:01:131BobHodge371993 pack
131:01:251EricMorse35CMS2000 Pack
141:01:282MikeCasner33CMS1996 Pack
151:01:312EricMorse37CMS2002 Pack
161:01:401DaveDunham34CMS1998 Pack
171:01:501DaveBeauleyGCS1994 Pack
181:01:592MikeCasner29CMS1992 Pack
191:02:012DaveDunham36CMS2000 Pack
201:02:103RichardBolt28CMS1999 Pack
211:02:133FergusCullen28HTC2000 Pack
221:02:182RichardBolt27CMS1998 Pack
231:02:371BrendanCallahan27BAA2009 Pack
241:02:393MikeCasner35CMS1998 Pack
251:02:471JimJohnson34CMS2011 Pack
261:03:014JamesGarcia39CMS1998 Pack
271:03:042JuanGuillermo382009 Pack
281:03:172MikeCasner34CMS1997 Pack
291:03:283JustinFyffe29CMS2009 Pack
301:03:333EdwardSheldon32GCS1997 Pack
311:03:432MikeCasner31CMS1994 Pack
321:03:533JimJohnson33CMS2010 Pack
331:03:533DavidHannon231994 Pack
341:03:544EdwardSheldon34GCS1999 Pack
351:03:551PaulLow32CMS2006 Pack
361:03:564DavidHannon261997 Pack
371:04:065FergusCullen26HTC1998 Pack
381:04:244JimJohnson32CMS2009 Pack
391:04:333PaulLow28CMS2002 Pack
401:04:355FergusCullen25HTC1997 Pack
411:04:424MikeCasner39CMS2002 Pack
421:04:421PaulLow33CMS2007 Pack
431:04:515DaveDunham38CMS2002 Pack
441:04:536BrianStevens33GCS1997 Pack
451:04:586StephenPeterson32CMS1998 Pack