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Date Race Name Downloadable Results (PDF) Race Description
1 Jan 2012 Sentara Health Fitness 5k

Sentara 5k Age Group Winners

Sentara 5k All Runners List

Below are the age group winners for the 2012 Sentara 5K held on the roadsin and around the Coliseum Central in Hampton, VA on New Year's Day morning, Sunday, January 1, 2012. The race was organized by the Sentara Careplex Fitness Center and benefits the American Cancer Society in
Memory of Denise Suits, former employee of the Sentara Fitness Center andformer member of the Peninsula Track Club.

The race took place on a beautiful day, sunny with a breeze and temperatures in the 50s at race time. The course is not USATF cetified.

295 runners entered the 5K (down from 397 in 2011) with 263 completing the race (up from 349 in 2011).

Finish line and results services were provided by the Peninsula Track
Club.

14 Jan IAM10K

IAM10kall

IAM10Kwin

Below are the award winners for the 1st Annual I AM 10K held at Newport News Park, Newport News, VA. The race was held on Saturday morning, January 14, 2012 sponsored by I AM Fitness.

The race was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were cold and sunny with a breeze and temperatures at the start of the race in the low 30s.

The race had 128 runners entered the 10K with 103 completing the 10K. The race was held in Newport News Park, starting and finishing on the Old Stable Road and followed the roads and trails within Newport News Park. The course runs mainly on trails and is not USATF certified

21 Jan Menchville 5K

Menchville All

Menchville Win

Below are the award winners for the 1st Annual Menchville Winter Chill 5K
held on the roads and trails near Menchville High School in Newport News, VA on Saturday morning, January 21, 2012. The race benefitted the Menchville Choral groups. The course is not USATF certified.

The conditions were wet with temperatures in the low 50s, some breeze and
a steady rain that started about 15 minutes before the race and continued throughout. 140 runners entered the race with 96 completing the 5K.

 

4 Feb Grafton HS Boosters C-c-c-Feet

Graf5kAll

Graf5kWin

Below are the award winners for the 8th Annual Grafton Cold F-F-Feet 5K,
a cross country road race held on the trails around Grafton High School in York County. The race was held on Saturday morning, February 4, 2012. The 5K is sponsored by the Grafton High School Boosters. The race was conducted by the Peninsula Track Club. The Grafton Cold F-F-Feet 5K was the 1st race of the 2012 PTC Grand Prix Series. The 2nd race of the series will be the Joe & Sue Moore Memorial Scholarship 5K at Sandy
Bottom Nature Park on Saturday, February 11, 2012.

Conditions at race time were excellent for running - parlty cloudy, cool with temp[eratures. For the 2 hours prior to the race, a cold steady rain fell. Then at race time the rain let up for the most part leaving cool and cloudy conditions with temperatures aroound 50. The course was
accuratly measured, but is not USATF certified.

193 runners entered the 5K (up from 162 in 2011) with 186 runners completing the course (up from 122 in 2011).

11 Feb Joe & Sue Moore Annual PTC Scholarship Run 5K

Scholar 5K All Runners list

Scholar 5k Age Group Winners list

Below are the award winners for the 2012 Joe & Sue Moore Memorial Scholarship 5K Run held on the trails in Sandy Bottom Nature Park in Hampton. Awards went to the top 3 men and women overall and the top 3 in each age group. The race was held on Saturday morning, February 11, 2012. Proceeds go to support the Peninsula Track Club Joe & Sue Moore Memorial College Scholarship. The race was organized and conducted by the Peninsula Track Club.

This was also the second race in the Peninsula Track Club 2012 Grand Prix
series.

113 runners entered the 5K (down from 158 in 2011) with 102 runners completing the 5K (down from 137 in 2011). The race was completely on trails within the Sandy Bottom Nature Park and is not USATF certified. Conditions at race time were cloudy, cold with a breeze and temperatures
in the low 40s.

18 Feb Gloucester HS Educational FOundation 8k

Glouc_All-Runners

Glouc_Age Group winners

Below are the award winners for the 1st Annual Gloucester 8K held on the roads around Gloucester High School in Gloucester, VA. Awards went to the top 3 men and women overall and the top 3 in each age group. The race was held on Saturday morning, February 18, 2012. Proceeds support the Gloucester County Educational Foundation. The race itself was
conducted by the Peninsula Track Club.

This first time event had a good turnout on what was a nice day for running. 171 runners entered the race with 160 runners completing the 8K. The race was accurately measured but is not USATF certified.
Conditions at race time were cool and partly cloudy with temperatures around 50.

3 Mar 12 Ft Eustis Run

FE All Runners

FE Age Group Winners

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At left are the award winners for the 14th Annual Fort Eustis 10K held at Fort Eustis, VA. The race was held on Saturday morning, March 3, 2012 sponsored by the Fort Eustis MWR. The race was conducted and results
were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were good for running, overcast with a breeze and temperatures around 60.

The course for the Fort Eustis 10K is USATF certified (VA02048RT) and was run as certified. The race started and finished at Anderson Fieldhouse on Fort Eustis. This is the 3rd race of the 2011 Peninsula Track Club Grand Prix series.

A record 241 runners entered the 10K (up from 231in 2011 - beating the record of 236 runners in 2007) with 193 completing the race (down from 203 in 2011). The reason for the lower number of finishers was probably due to runners who didn't show due to the stormy weather experienced by
the southern part of the Hampton Roads area. Fort Eustis, however, remained on the northern edge of the weather experiencing a few showers prior to the 10K and one short shower about an hour after the start of
the race.

The stormy weather may well have played a part in the increased raceday turnout. About 10% of the race day entries came to the Peninsula from Virginia Beach. Notably, the race winner, Pete Gibson from Murfreesboro,
NC came to the Fort Eustis 10K for a race since the races in the Raleigh area had been cancelled due to severe weather passing through the area Saturday morning.

Masters runners dominated the Overall categories with performances including Pete Gibson, 55 of Murfreesboro, NC who was 1st Male Overall in the 10K with a time of 36:38. First Woman Overall was Connie Glueck, 47 of Williamsburg in a time of 43:08.

Most notable was Tami Graf, 75 of Lusby, MD who set a Virginia State Record in the 10K for Women 75-79 with a time of 1:06:24. The previous VA state record for women in this age group was held by Marjorie Mitchell with a time of 1:08:44 set in 1992.

7 Apr 10K Run for Autism

NN Park Old Stable Road

Autism10K All

Autism10K Age group winners

Mile Participants

Below are the award winners for the 1st Annual Run for Autism 10K and 1 Mile Fun Run held on Saturday morning, April 7, 2012. The race was sponsored by the Peninsula School for Autism and marks the begining of
April which is Autism Awareness Month.

The 10K course started on Stable Road in Newport News Park, Newport News, VA. The course was on roads and trails within the park. Saturday was a good day for running with clear skies, a breeze and temperatures in the low 50s at race time.

135 runners entered the event with 87 in the 10K and 48 in the 1 Mile.
72 runners completed the 10K race and 45 runners and walkers completed the 1 Mile Fun Run.

Results are provided by the Peninsula Track Club. The course is accurately measured, but is not USATF certified since it is mostly on
trails. The Run for Autism 10K is the 4th race in the 2012 Peninsula Track Club Grand Prix Race Series.

14 Apr Gates Memorial 5K Run

Poquoson HS

Gates All Runners

Gates Age Group Winners

 

Below are the award winners for the 4th Annual T. S. Gates Memorial 5K.
Awards went to the top 3 male and female runners overall and the top 3 in
each age group. The race was held on Saturday morning, April 14, 2012
and was organized to raise awareness for Aplastic Anemia, Paroxsymal Nocturnal Hemoflobinuria and Myelodysplastic Syndrome. The race itself was conducted by the Peninsula Track Club.

135 runners entered the 5K race (down from 155 in 2011) with 119 completing the course (down from 128 in 2011). The race started at Poquoson High School, followed a loop course on Odd Road and finished at
the Poquoson Elementary School. The course is accurately measured but is not USATF certified. Conditions at race time were cool with a breeze and cloudy, temperatures in the 50s.
21 Apr JLHR Trot For Teal 5k & 8k

Teal 5k All Runners list

Teal 5k Age Group winners

Teal 8k All runners list

Teal 8k Age Group winners

 

Below are the award winners for the 3rd Annual JLHR Trot for Teal 5K & 8K. Awards went to the top 3 male and female runners overall and the top 3 in each age group. The races, sponsored by the Junior League of
Hampton Roads, were held on Saturday morning, April 21, 2012 and was organized to raise awareness of female reproductive cancer and provide support services for women in Hampton Roads. The race itself was conducted and race results generated by the Peninsula Track Club.

The Trot for Teal 5K previously held at the Newport News City Center course in the Oyster Point Business Park moved to the roads around the Mariners' Museum in Newport News. The 8K was added Neither the 5K nor the 8K courses are USATF certified. Conditions at race time were perfect for running, cool and cloudy with a slight breeze and temperatures in the
60s.

A total of 417 runners entered the races (285 in the 5K, 132 in the 8K) with 357 completing the event (245 in the 5K and 112 in the 8K).

28 Apr Tabb High School 5k Run

Tabb All Runners

Tabb Age Group Winners

Below are the award winners for the 4th Annual Tabb High School May Day 5K held on the roads adjacent to Tabb High School in York County. The race was held on Saturday morning, April 28, 2012. Proceeds support the Tabb High School Track Team. The race was conducted by the Peninsula Track Club.

Conditions at race time were perfect for running, cloudy with temperatures in the upper 50s and a slight breeze. The course was accuratly measured, but is not USATF certified.

309 runners entered the 5K (down from the record 373 in 2011) with 290 runners completing the course (down from 330 in 2011).

 

5 May Riverside 5k By the Bay

5k by the Bay All

5k by the Bay age group winners

Below are the award winners for the 22nd Annual Riverside Rehab 5K by the Bay held at the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute in Newport News on Saturday morning, May 5, 2012. The race was organized by the Riverside
Rehabilitation Institute with proceeds benefiting the Riverside Rehabilitation Institute Giving Fund.

The race started at Petersen's Yacht Basin and followed Chesapeake Ave with a turnaround trough the neighborhood near the Newport News/Hampton City Line. The finish was back at the Riverside Rehab facility. Conditions at race time were mostly sunny, humid with temperatures in the upper 60s.

429 runners entered the 5K (up from 346 in 2011) with 367 runners completing the course (up from 310 in 2011). The 5K by the Bay course is USATF certified VA10022RT and the course was run correctly by the runners.

19 May Lytle Law 5K

Lytle Law 5k All

Lytle Law 5k Age Group Winners

Below are the award winners for the 6th Annual Lytle Law 5K held at the City Center in Oyster Point, Newport News, VA. The race was held on Saturday morning, May 19, 2012 for the benefit of Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters. The race was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were clear, sunny with temperatures in the 60s.

The race, starting and ending near the Lytle Law Office just off Canon Blvd, was run on streets around the Oyster Point Business Park. The course is not USATF certified. 350 runners entered the 5K (up from 329 in 2011) with 305 completing the course (up from 279 in 2011).

For the second year in a row, Karen Terry, 23 of Newport News set an overall course record for women with a time of 18:44, breaking the record she set in 2010 (19:29).

28 May Yorktown Freedom Run

YFR5kWin12.pdf

YFR5kAll12.pdf

Correction: For runner Jonathan Keys, Corrected time is 24:06 vice 24:32 as shown in the .pdf file.

24 Jun 12

Below are the award winners for the 2012 Yorktown Freedom Run 5K held on Memorial Day morning, Monday, May 28, 2012. The race course was a cross country course of some roads and mostly cross country dirt paths on the Grafton High School athletic fields and adjacent trails. The race started and finished at Grafton High School. The race event was organized and directed by the Yorktown Rotary Club. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were coudy, warm and humid with temperatures
around 80.

337 runners entered the 5K (up from 314 in 2011) with 323 runners completing the 5K (up from 299 in 2011). The 5K race course is not certified, but was accurately measured and was followed correctly by the runners.

First overall was John Piggott, 47 of Williamsburg (17:18). Second finisher overall was Gregory Dawson, 46 of Williamsburg (17:54) who was awarded 1st Master due to the higher prize money awarded in that category.

Jennifer Quarles, 40 of Williamsburg was the 1st woman (19:09) followed by Rachel Rabbitt, 17 of Newport News (20:09) who both set age group records. In fact 6 age group records were set for women including Jennifer Quarles (19:09 for women 40-44), Rachel Rabbit (20:09 for woment 15-19), Paula Henry of Yorktown (24:02 form women 50-54), Linsey Cousins of Hampton (20:17 for women 25-29), Helen Worhtington of Bena (25:27 form
women 55-59) and Kathleen Webster of Newport News (25:11 for women 60-64).

Jensen Morales, 10 of Hampton set the only age group record for the men (21:20 for men 10-14)

Prize money was awarded to the top 3 eligible runners overall ($100, $50, $25), and top 3 masters runners (40+) ($100, $50, $25).

2 Jun Fox Hill Community 5k

FoxHillWIN.pdf

FoxHillall.pdf

At right are the award winners for the 1st Annual Fox Hill Community 5K held at Langley Elementary and Gosnold's Hope Park in the Fox Hill area of Hampton, VA. The race was conducted and results were generated by the
Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were clear, sunny with temperatures around 70.

The race, started and ended near the Langley Elementary School in Fox Hill and ran the roads and paths around Gosnold's Hope Park. The course is not USATF certified. 97 runners entered the 5K with 93 completing the course.

23 Jun Chesty Puller 10K

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Below are the award winners for the 5th Annual Chesty Puller Memorial Twin Bridge 10K Run held in the Town of West Point, VA on Saturday morning, June 23, 2012. The race honored the most decorated Marine in history, Marine General Chesty Puller who lived in West Point, Virginia.
Proceeds from the race benefits the West Point Historical Society for the purpose of creating a West Point Historical Museum and the Wounded Warrior Project. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula
Track Club. Conditions at race time were typical mid-summer conditions, mostly sunny, humid but with a breeze and temperatures in the upper 70s. For the second year there was a timed Kids 1 Mile Run that started at the
10K start and ran the first mile of the 10K course. 16 kids ran thisevent (up from 7 in 2011). For the 10K, 145 entered the race (up from 131 runners in 2011) with 129 runners completing the course (up from 119 in 2011). The course looped through downtown West Point, passing the home of Chesty Puller, over the Mattaponi River Bridge into King & Queen County, then back over that bridge, through downtown West Point, and continued for an out-and-back
over the Pamunkey River Bridge into Eltham, then back again over the bridge, finishing in West Point. The 10K course is USATF Certified #VA-10031-RT and was followed correctly by the runners. The 10K run was won by Russell Reed, 19 of Onemo, VA with a time of 38:42
(6:14 pace). First woman was Stephanie Cario, 20 of Mechanicsville, VA with a time of 43:45 (7:03 pace) which also set an age-group record for Women 20-24. Another age group record was set form Women 70+ by Joan Coven, 71 of West Point with a time of 55:16.

Bruce Davis
Peninsula Track Club
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4 July Independence Day Run 8K

YKT8Kwin.pdf

YKT8Kall.pdf

Below are the award winners for the 4th Annual Yorktown Independence Day 8K Run held on the Tour Roads of the historic Yorktown Battlefield in
Yorktown, VA on Wednesday morning, July 4, 2012. The race was part of the Annual Yorktown 4th of July festivities. The race event was organized and directed by Happy Pace Races. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were warm and humid and partly cloudy. Temperature at race time was around 80.

The 8K race course starts on the Tour Roads near the Route 17 overpass, heads in the direction of George Washington's Headquarters, then follows
the Tour Road over the bridge crossing back over Route 17 before turning right onto a section of trails that return the runners to Surrender Fieldand the finish of the 8K.

For the second year in a row a new course record for men was set this year. Overall winner, Caleb Doan, 22 of Virginia Beach set a new course record for the 8K with a time of 25:38 breaking the mark set by John Holt in 2011 of 26:08. Caleb was in fact the 2nd place finisher in 2011 (26:21) bettering his time by 43 seconds this year.

Age group records fell as well with 9 new age group records being set (5 for the men, 4 for the women)

New age group records were set for:
Men 20-24 by Caleb Doan, 22 of Virginia Beach (25:38)
Men 35-39 by Mark Tompkins, 36 of Williamsburg (27:59)
Men 40-44 by Mike Nestor, 42 of Virginia Beach (29:50)
Men 55-59 by Henry Gleisburg, 55 of Yorktown (31:11)
Men 60-64 by Rick Platt, 61 of Williamsburg (33:41)
Women 25-29 by Crystal Witte, 27 of Yorktown (32:49)
Women 50-54 by Mercedes Castillo-D'Amico, 54 of Newport News (33:38)
Women 15-19 by Rachel Rabbitt, 17 of Yorktown (34:13)
Women 45-49 by Connie Glueck, 48 of Williamsburg (35:53)

459 runners entered the 8K (down from the record 496 in 2011) with 426 runners completing the 8K (down from 458 in 2011) within the one and a
half hour time limit.

The Yorktown Independence Day 8K is the sixth race in the 12 race Peninsula Track Club Grand Prix Series.

The 8K course has been measured accuratly, but is not USATF certified at this time. The course was followed correctly by the runners.

4 Aug Coast Guard Day 5K Coast Guard Station Yorktown

CGD5Kall.pdf

CGD5Kwin.pdf

Below are the award winners for the 24th Annual Coast Guard Day 5K held at Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown, VA on Saturday morning,
August 4, 2012. The race event was organized by the Coast Guard Training Center MWR. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were sunny and very humid with temperatures in the low 80s.

A record 363 runners entered the 5K (up from the previous record of 327 in 2011) with a record 332 runners completing the race (up from the record of 308 in 2010). The race started near the gym on the Coast Guard base, went out the front gate onto the Yorktown Battlefield, making a loop that went downhill to the Wormley Creek Dam, then back uphill
towards the Moore house in Yorktown before returning to the Coast Guard Base through the main gate, finishing at the gym. The course was a USATF
certified 5K course (USATF cert. # VA10027RT) and was followed correctly by the runners.

Awards for both male and female were given to the top 3 runners overall, top 3 runners in each age group, and top three active duty Coast Guard personnel.

In the 24th running of the event, three course records were set despite the warm, humid conditions.

For the men, Overall winner John Piggott, 47 of Williamsburg set a newage group course record for Men 45-49 with a time of 17:02 breaking the
previous record set by Jim Bates in 2004 of 17:08.

For the women, Overall winner Mercedes Castillo-D'Amico, 54 of Newport News, VA set a new the age group course record for Women 50-54 for the
4th time in the last 5 years. Mercedes winning time of 20:35 eclipsed the mark she set in 2010 of 21:01 at age 52. Merecedes also set the record for this age group in 2008 and 2009.

Ann Manciagli, 76 of Williamsburg set the Women's 75-79 record with a time of 37:32.

The Coast Guard Day 5K was also the 7th Grand Prix race of the Peninsula Track Club 2011 Grand Prix Race - a series of 12 road racing events during the year that determine the 2012 PTC Grand Prix Champion.

18 Aug Smart Smiles 5K, Mariner's Museum

Smiles5kwin.pdf

Smiles5kall.pdf

At left are the award winners link for the 5th Annual Smart Smiles 5K held at Mariners' Museum Park in Newport News, VA on Saturday morning, August 18,
2012. The race event benefited the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were mostly cloudy and humid with temperatures in the upper 70s.

237 runners entered the 5K (up from 211 in 2011) with 216 completing the race (up from 198 in 2011). The race started and ended at Mariners'
Museum Park across from Warwick High School. The course followed a road through the park and back to River Road, then across Lion's Bridge to a
turnaround and back. The course was accuratly measured, but is not a USATF certified 5K course. The course was followed correctly by the runners.

7 Aug Predict your Time 5.5 Mile Run Predict your Time Summer Fun Run Series: Remember, these folks had a fairly good idea of their pace and met it. No watches...
14 Aug Lake Mataoka Lake Mataoka

Another Fun Run Series: Williamsburg.

16 Jul Trailzilla multiple dates Trailzilla Results

Sorry for the delay in getting these posted.

25 Aug Transitions 5K

Transitions All Runners List

Transitions Age Group Winners

Below are the award winners for the 2nd Annual Transitions 5K held on the Matteson Trail that circles The Hampton's Golf Course in Hampton, VA.
The race was held on Saturday, August 25, 2012. The event was organized by Transitions Family Violence Services, dedicated to ending Domestic
Violence. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. The 5K managed to take place despite heavy rain and thunderstorms in the area. Conditions at race time were acceptable for the 5K to take place with rain and temperatures in the 70s.

The 5K run followed the Matteson Trail and was run correctly by the runners. This course is not USATF certified. 88 runners entered the 5K (up from 47 in 2011) with 48 completing the course (up from 41 in 2011).

15 Sep ECPI 8K for Wounded Warrior

ECPI8Kwin

ECPI8KAll

At left are the links for award winners for the 1st Annual ECPI 8K held at Mariners' Museum Park in Newport News, VA on Saturday morning, September 15, 2012. The race event benefited the Wounded Warrior Project. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club.
Conditions at race time were excellent for running, mostly sunny with low humidity, a light breeze and temperatures around 70.
The overall winner was Paul Chekal, 41 of Newport News with a time of 29:47 (6:00 minute per mile pace). The second runner to finish was the First Woman Overall, Christal Witte, 27 of Yorktown with a time of 31:41 (6:23 pace).142 runners entered the 8K with 101 completing the race. The race started and ended at Mariners' Museum Park across from Warwick High School. The course followed an out-and-back course following a road through the park to River Road, across Lion's Bridge and up Museum Drive
to a turnaround near the Peninsula Fine Arts Center and back. The 8K course was accuratly measured, but is not USATF certified at this time. The course was followed correctly by the runners.

22 Sep Mulberry Island 5k & Half Marathon

MIRHalfwin.pdf Age gp

MIRHalfall.pdf all list

MIR5kwin.pdf Age gp

MIR5kall.pdf all list

At left are the award winners for the 32nd Annual Mulberry Island Half Marathon & 5K held at Fort Eustis on Saturday morning, September 22, 2012. The race was sponsored by the Fort Eustis MWR. In addition the
Mulberry Island Half Marathon is the 9th of 12 races for the Peninsula Track Club Grand Prix. The course started and finished near Anderson Fieldhouse on Fort Eustis. Conditions for both the 5K and Half Marathon were Sunny and breezy with temperatures in the 70s.

Both the 5K and Half Marathon courses are USATF certified (USATF #VA-02027-RT (5K) & #VA-02037-RT (HALF-MARATHON)) and were run as certified. Finsh line management and results services were provided by
the Peninsula Track Club.

A total of 323 runners (down from 334 in 2011) entered the races. However 60 (up from 59 in 2011) completed the 5K and 231 (up from 226 in 2011) completed the Half Marathon.

6 Oct MacKensie's Run Poquoson 5k

Mack5Kall.pdf

Mack5kwin.pdf

Below are the award winners for the 2012 Mackenzie's 5K Run/Walk. Awards went to the top 3 male and female runners overall and the top 3 in each 10-year age group. The race was held on Saturday morning, October 6, 2012 and supports Mackenzie Clarke, college scholarships and MPS. The
race itself was conducted by the Peninsula Track Club.

203 runners entered the 5K race with 171 completing the 5K. The race started at Poquoson High School, followed a loop course on Odd Road and
finished at the Poquoson Elementary School. The course is accurately measured but is not USATF certified. Conditions at race time were warm for October, mostly sunny with temperatures in the 70s.

14 Sep Smithfield Hog Jog

Hog5Kall.pdf

Hog5KTeams.pdf

Hog5kwin.pdf

Below are the award winners for the 11th Annual Smithfield Hog Jog 5Kheld in Smithfield, VA on Saturday morning, October 13, 2012. The race
event was sponsored by Smithfield Foods, Inc. The race itself was conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were beautiful, sunny with low humidity and a
breeze with temperatures in the 50s.

The 5K course started near the Veterans Memorial in Historic Downtown Smithfield. The 5K course was accurately measured and run as measured, but is not certified at this time.

For the third year the Wild Hog Run was run simultaneously with the 5K. Runners in the Wild Hog started and finished with the 5K runners, but ran
a different course during the run totaling about 4 miles. This was the second year for a scored team competition where the times for the fastest
4 runners on each team was totaled with the fastest time winning. Sixteen teams competed this year.

The Smithfield Hog Jog continues to grow again setting a record for the number of runners. 784 runners entered the 5K (up from 646 in 2011) with
724 runners completing the 5K or Wild Hog race (up from 606 in 2011). For the fifth year running, Victor Flemming, 33 of Smithfield won the 5K continued his dominance of the Hog Jog, with a time of 16:33 (bettering his 2011 time of 16:39). Karen Terry, 23 of Newport News won for the women for the second year in a row with a time of 17:50, surpassing her 2011 winning time of 18:38.

20 Oct

Noland Trail 10K

Mariners Museum 5K

Noland10K all runners

Noland 10K age group winners

MMPark 5K all runners

MMPark 5k Age group Winners

Below are the award winners for the 12th Annual Mariners' Museum 10K on the Noland Trail and the 3rd Annual Mariners' Museum 5K at the Park held
on Saturday morning, October 20, 2012. Proceeds from the event benefit the Mariners' Museum Park and Noland Trail, the largest Privately owned
and maintained park in the country.

Conditions at race time were perfect for running, sunny with temperatures in the 60s.

The Noland Trail 10K course starts at the Mariners' Museum on Museum Drive, runs down towards River Road before doubling back to enter the Noland Trail near the Museum Administration building. The 10K then completes the circuit of the Noland Trail, across Lion's Bridge and finally finishing in front of the Museum. The course, which is mostly on trails, is accurately measured and was run as measured, but is not USATF certified.

In its third year, the Mariners' Museum 5K at the Park ran on a new course starting near the Mariners Museum Park entrance, running on museum drive and finishing at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center. The course is not USATF certified.

A total of 387 runners entered the events (up from 378 in 2011) with 245 entered in the 10K (up from 208 in 2011) and 142 entered in the 5K (down
from 170 in 2011). 221 runners completed the 10K (up from 185 in 2011) and 132 runners completed the 5K (down from 165 in 2011).

27 Oct Williams Wharf 5 & 8K Runs

5_BStewart 5K all runners

5_BSteward 8K all runners

Correction: These are all files for the race including 5k and 8k for download:

Combined files

Note Updated 31 Oct. Server error prevented original file display.

 

Below are the award winners for the 5th Annual Bobby Stewart 5K & 8K held at Williams Wharf Landing in Mathews, VA to benefit the
Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic and Ware Academy Scholarship and Financial Aid Fund. The races were held on Saturday morning, October 27, 2012.
The event was organized with the help of Ware Academy. The races were conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were cloudy and breezy with temperatures in the 60s.

A total of 129 runners entered the events (up from 119 in 2011) with 96 in the 5K and 33 in the 8K. 73 runners completed the 5K and 29 completed the 8K

Awards went to the top male and female runner overall in the 5K & 8K and to the top 3 in each age group.

Neither course (5K or 8K) is USATF certified.

3 Nov Yorktown Battlefield 5K & 10 M

Bat5k Age Group winners

Bat5k All Runners

Bat10M Age Group winners

YTBAT10Mall.pdf

The file above is the corrected version of the 10M all runners list.

Apologies for the mix up. (Toad)

Below are the award winners for the 19th Annual Yorktown Battlefield 10 Miler & 5K runs held on the tour roads of the Yorktown Battlfield on
Saturday morning, November 3, 2012 The race was sponsored by the Yorktown Lion's Club.

Finish line and results services were provided by the Peninsula Track Club.

The 10 Miler was also the 10th race in the 2012 PTC 12-race Grand Prix Series.

Both courses started and finished near Surrender Field on the battlefield. Conditions at race time for the 5K were cloudy, breezy with temperatures in the upper 40s. For the 10 Miler conditions were cloudy
to mostly sunny with the temperature around 50 and an increased breeze.

A total of 194 runners entered the events (down from 243 in 2011). 154 runners completed the 10 Miler (up from 153 in 2011) In the 5K, 40 runners completed the course, (down from 75 in 2011).

The 10 Miler course was measured for USATF re-certification prior to the event and a certification number should be available shortly. The 5K course is not certified. Both courses were run correctly by the runners.

10 Nov OLMC Making a Difference 3K & 8K

OLMC8K Age Group Winners

OLMC 8K All Runners list

OLMC 3K Age Group Winners (Restricted)

OLMC 3K All Runners list

Below are the award winners for the 4th Annual Making a Difference 8K Run & 3K Run/Walk held at the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, VA on
Saturday morning, November 10, 2012 The race was sponsored by Our Lady of Mount Carmel school.

Finish line and results services were provided by the Peninsula Track Club. A copy of the results, links to pictures and listings for future road races can be found on the PTC website: www.peninsulatrackclub.com.

Both courses started and finished at the same location on Musum Drive near the Mariners' Museum. The course ran towards Lion's Bridge. 3K runners made a turnaround while the 8K ran a loop near Country Club
Drive before returning to Lion's Bridge and heading back to the Mariners' Museum. Both races finished in the parking lot of the Mariners' Museum. The 8K course is USATF Certified VA10069RT. Both courses were run
correctly by the runners. Conditions at race time for both races were sunny with a slight breeze; temperatures in the 40s at race time.

A total of 194 runners entered the events (down from 215 in 2011); 112 in the 3K, 87 in the 8K. 190 runners completed either the 3K (110 finishers) or 8K (80 finishers) which were run and scored in tandem.

It should be noted that in the 3K there were age group awards only (14 and under and 15 and over).

17 Nov Jingle Bell 5K Run NN Park

Jinglebell 5k All Runners list

Jinglebell 5K Age Group winners list

At left are the award winners for the 3rd Annual NEWPORT NEWS JINGLE BELL 5K RUN & WALK for Arthritis held in Newport News Park in Newport News, VA on Saturday morning, November 17, 2012 The race was sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation.

Finish line and results services were provided by the Peninsula Track Club. A copy of the results, links to pictures and listings for future road races can be found on the PTC website: www.peninsulatrackclub.com.

The Jingle Bell 5K was a triple out-and-back course starting at the Ranger Station on Constitution Avenue in Newport News Park. The course ran the length of Constitution Avenue (two of the out-and-backs) with an
out-and-back section on Stable Road. The course is not USATF certified. The runners actually ran long on the Sable Road section of the course making the total distance about 3.2 miles. Conditions at race time were
sunny with temperatures in the upper 40s.

A total of 196 runners entered the 5K (up from 191 in 2011) with 163 completing the course (up from 157 in 2011).

22 Nov Annual USMC Reserve Toys for Tots

Toys 5K all runners

Toys 5K age group winners

Note: Revised 8K Results below.

Rev1_Toys8K12 All runners list

Rev1_Toys8K12 Age group winners

At left are the award winners for the 12th Annual Toys for Tots 5K and 8K held at the Mariners' Museum Park in Newport News, VA. The race was held on Thanksgiving morning, November 22, 2012. The event was organized by Happy Pace Races. The races themselves were conducted and results were generated by the Peninsula Track Club. Conditions at race time were sunny and breezy with temperatures around 50.

A total of 1275 runners entered the events, 1044 runners in the 5K and 231 in the 8K. 919 runners and walkers completed the 5K and 231 runners completed the 8K.

Neither course (5K or 8K) are USATF certified.

Several runners ran both the 5K & 8K, notably Karen Terry, 23 of Newport News who was first women Overall in both the 5K & 8K events. Langston Shelton, 65 of Grafton won the Men 65-69 age group in both the 5K & 8K events as well.

1 Dec Run for the Son for Haiti St Kateri Tekakwitha

Son 5K Age Group Winners

Son 5K All Runners List

At Left are the award winners for the 6th Annual Run With The Son for Haiti 5K held on the roads in and around the Running Man subdivision in Tabb,
VA on Saturday morning, December 1, 2012. The race was organized by the St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic Church. The course is accuratelymeasured, but is not USATF certified.

This race was also the 12th and final event in the 2012 PTC Grand Prix race series. The awards for the PTC Grand Prix will be presented at the Annual PTC Awards Banquet tentatively scheduled for on January 19, 2012.

The conditions were perfect for running. Temperatures in the upper 40s with bright sunshine and little wind. 215 runners entered the 5K (up from 194 in 2011) with 202 completing the race (up from 187 in 2011).

The same two runners who were first and second overall in 2011 were also first and second overall in 2012 except they reversed positions.

First overall was Todd Kessler, 30 of Newport News finishing with a time of 17:18. The second finisher overall was the first woman, Karen Terry, 23 of Newport News with an impressive time of 17:30, beating her 2011 time of 17:53 and for the third year in a row setting a new course record for women.

8 Dec Langley Race Around the Base 10 Miler

Langley 10M All Runners list

Langley 10M Age Group Winners

At Left are the award winners for the 3rd Annual Langley Race Around the Base 10 Miler held at Langley Air Force Base, VA on Saturday morning, December 8, 2012. The 10 Miler was USATF certified VA10074RT.

The conditions were cloudy breezy with some fog at the start, temperatures in the low 50s. 106 runners entered the 10 Miler (down from 123 in 2011) with 90 completing the course (up from 87 in 2011).

Awards were for the first overall and first in each age group.