Phone Home 5K: Linda’s Run Results

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PHONE HOME 5K RESULTS!
Rank Name Minutes
1 jonothan heap 19.52
2 Tim Taylor 20.28
3 Rachel Davis 23
4 emma mendez 23 My name is Emma and I am 15 years old. For my Phone Home 5k, I ran on a common running/biking trail called The Gateway Trail. I run track and cross country, so for me this was like a race day. My goal for this run was to break 24 minutes. I ran at 6:30 in the evening so that the sun wasn’t in my eyes. There is a horse trail alongside the paved trail, so on my run I saw a few horses. I ran alone because I prefer’ racing’ alone. I thought that this run was really fun and it was a really good way to motivate me to break 24 minutes. Plus the medal is so awesome. Thank you!
5 Lynne Hines 24
6 Craig Cunliffe 24
7 Heather Francisco 26 I ran this race not only for Linda but for my dad and ANYONE out there battling diabetes. Diabetes runs in my family – so, it is a constant concern, though I’ve managed to dodge the “genetic bullet” so far (I’m 37, and my dad was already diabetic by my age). I was touched by Linda’s story, and it made me think of my dad… I worry about him, but he’s been very lucky. Very little complications, etc. from diabetes… so far… and he’s in his mid-60s now. 30+ years with diabetes. I ran alone (it was early in the morning, which is really the only decent time to run in Florida, this time of year – so, not too hot, yet). But, I like solo runs… It’s my therapy and meditation time. I do listen to music, but I really make sure to enjoy the scenery, which is not hard. Florida is a beautiful place… lots of lakes, Spanish moss, etc. And if I’m running in my neighborhood, which I did this morning, I can not only see Lake Irma but run into a lot of sprinklers along the way… which I actually enjoy, it’s like a refresher. I even try to turn my face in the direction of the spray to get a nice splash. The distance was not a challenge – I have run more 5Ks than I can count (10Ks, too). In fact, it’s also part of my training for 2 half marathons later this year, and a full marathon at the very end of the year. All in all, a great run. And for a great cause. My heart goes out to all those with diabetes… I’ve seen how tough it is, but we are lucky to live in a time when medical technology is advanced enough to where you can live a better, more fulfilling life than even 10-20 years ago. :)
8 carlton shoemoe 26 Thank you for allowing me to run for a cause I hope my contribution helps our friend but most of all I want to send a avalanche of prayers to here that everything will be ok God bless
9 Nicole Heap 26.13
10 Wayne Peterson 26.15 Morning run at Snow Canyon High School in Saint George, Utah. 70 degrees. High school track team was practicing which made it a most humbling experience. Hard to do when not in an actual race and trying to overtake someone. Just you, the track and the watch. Just a training run (tempo) for the Huntsman World Senior Games in October. Competing in the 65-69 category and just turned 68.
11 Geraldine Cros 27
12 Calla Hess 27 Love you Linda!!
13 Willie Moore 27 Ok, for starters… I couldn’t get anyone to run with me. I ran for myself and for Linda. I’m currently working out of town and my hotel is near California State University so that’s where I chose my course. I ran around the campus as the sun was setting with several soccer teams in full play. My favorite thing about my run was the rewarding feeling of another small healthy accomplishment. The distance was a bit of a challenge since I had not run for about a week or so. The weather was nice on a sunny California sunset with a temperature starting at around 89 degrees and slowly dropping. Lastly, as this was only my first participation, I look forward to many more in the future. Thank you, -Willie
14 Robert Bergmann 27
15 Kevin Niederriter 27.13
16 Robyn Larkin 27.25
17 Katherine Pankratz 28 Katherine (9 years old) wanted to run this race because it was for a good cause but also because she LOVES E.T.! She has never ran a 5K before, so she practiced over several weeks with her mom! Today she was ready! Even though it was a very hot day, she ran it all! E.T. cheered her on the whole way! She is a pretty proud girl!
18 Katherine Pankratz 28 Katherine (9 years old) wanted to run this race because it was for a good cause but also because she LOVES E.T.! She has never ran a 5K before, so she practiced over several weeks with her mom! Today she was ready! Even though it was a very hot day, she ran it all! E.T. cheered her on the whole way! She is a pretty proud girl!
19 Kelly Hill 28
20 Christy Smith 28.12
21 Matthew Van Durme 28.20
22 Rob Kretzschmar 28.75
23 Carol Miller 29
24 Summer Aldridge 29
25 Elizabeth Jackson 29
26 Michelle Brightmore 29 I decided to sign up for this run has in an attempt to get back track with my running after a severe sprain, thank you for setting me join you all x
27 Ben Gilkey 29
28 ‘mione Morgan 29 Today’s half marathon training called for a 40 min race simulation so I decided to do this 5K race instead. Treadmill run before work as it is still pretty dark here in the mornings. I usually use intervals of walk and run but this time ran the whole thing, and ended up with a PR of 28:50!! Happy to think that we can all do a little to make life easier for a fellow moonjogger :)
29 Carol Miller 29 The run was on a beautiful day here it was hot about 83. I picked a nice run it was a little hilly. It was fun to help Linda raise the money she needs and to earn the ET metal.
30 Debbi Spencer 29 Neighborhood run. Lovely morning, warm and humid.
31 Dave Martineau 29.5 This was my first virtual 5K and I thought it was a great idea. I ran one of my usual routes but I printed and pinned my bib, remarkably it actually felt different and I ran my best time. I did get more than one strange look running the streets with my home made bib… lol
32 Louise Parker 30
33 Heather Hayes 30 I have a 5K course mapped out around my house. I ran on August 12th at 4:00 am because that was the first day in a while that has been just under 90 degrees. It was 84 degrees out so I thought it would be a good day to get my run in. This is my 3rd 5K, the first one being around my neighborhood – just that extra little past 3 miles is a little difficult so will need to work on that little extra bit of distance.
34 Veronica Anderson 30 I decided to do this virtual run on my bike since ET and Elliot made their run on a bike. I did 9.8miles for a total time of 100min. If biking versus running is doubled then the 6mi mark was 60min. Like Elliot and ET I did my bike ride with a group of friends where we frequently paused and changed our course. We didn’t get ET home but the ice cream shop at the end of the ride was just as sweet.
35 Mark Harrison 30
36 S Smith 31
37 Sarah Klesel 31
38 Glenda Lanton 31
39 Alexis Mundkowsky 31 I ran 4 Lucas. I ran a local 5K at my highschool that they were doing for a fundraiser. I ran with another teammate and a teacher. We ran on some of the paved roads and through the nature trail in the woods. Distance was not a challenge as I run a lot for cross country and did my first half marathon this summer. I am in highschool.
40 Jenny Brown 31
41 Ruth Bartholomew 31.43
42 Leslie Payne 32
43 Holland Angello 32
44 kimberly graham 32
45 Daniel Shidiskis 32
46 Sara K Mills 32
47 Michaelw Wang 32
48 Ingrid Wilson 32.4 Derek and I completed our Phone Home 5km – Lind’s run this evening – August 10, 2015. We ran in the rain in the Lorne Park, Ontario area
49 Katharine Sellers 32.38
50 Suzanne Dysard 33 I did double duty on this run. I ran the Global Run – Amazing Masaai Run which is a 5k and 10k race which raises money for girls’ education in Kenya. I also used this as my Phone Home 5k – Linda’s Run.
51 Linnea Leroux 33
52 Carole Diaz 33
53 Ming Tan 33 First 5k and glad to run it with my 12 year old son. We have been talking about completing a 5k at the beginning of the summer and just couldn’t find a race that fit our schedule. Plus the wifey has made it clear it’s not ok to run with our “Baby” on a hot summer day. Then I found out about this virtual race, and decided to give it a shot. Linda, ready your story and I am very touched by it. We wish you all the best, good luck and we will be thinking about you and your family. MT
54 Amy Bettwy 33 I did my 5K around my neighborhood in KC on Monday, August 17th, 2015. It was a hot and muggy day, but it felt good to get a run in. This cause hits close to home as both of my parents are type 2 diabetics and I’m at a high risk of getting it as well. I’m doing my best to stay in good health to keep it at bay for as long as possible.
55 Christina Foster 33
56 Kristen MacGregor 33.42
57 Denise Smith 34 I ran this in conjunction with the Texas Rangers Labor Day 5K. Had a PR!
58 Krista Chmielewski 34
59 Claudia Arguelles 34
60 Brenda Gillingham 34
61 Sandy Brokaw 34
62 Nathan Curtis 34
63 Debbie Lally 34
64 Cheryl Reimer 34 8000ft elevation. First time I ran in any kind of elevation. Beautiful run at the Rocky Mts.
65 Peggy Alf-Sechtig 34 I ran the Sun Prairie Library fundraiser “BooknItRun” for Literacy. It was a very warm, sunny Wisconsin morning. Everyone was very friendly. There was a group of 4th-5th-6th grade girls running their first 5K through a summer rec. program. They were so excited and all had ponytails & blue shirts! Some ran with parents. Most of the route went through residential areas, starting and finishing in the city park.
66 Nancy Nelson 34 Run was hard because it was already 83 degrees out at 8 AM. Did a neighborhood route to include the park and some hills. Paying for this virtual run actually gave me the motivation to get up to run this morning, so this is a good thing. Got home to discover what I actually thought was going to be a 5-pound weight gain on the scale was actually a 5 pound loss, so I’m very happy. Running is not my favorite sport, but it is one of the things that keeps me in smaller clothes, so no matter how unenjoyable the task may be, the benefits far outweigh it.
67 Paula Geraci 34.05
68 Samantha Tippett 34.67
69 Karen Morris 35
70 Belinda Steckenrider 35
71 Melissa Jonyka 35 Good luck, Linda!
72 Nadine Stewart 35 It was 112′ in sunny Arizona when I decided to run this. Love the medal.
73 Staci Bowman 35.29 What is a run without pain? Overall it was wonderful and a great time was had by both of us. This was only my 3rd time out on a trail run.
74 Loring Lamb 35.29 My girlfriend and I used this race as an opportunity to train for some other races. We made it a trail run with 1077 feet of elevation gain and loss so it wasn’t the fastest 5K I have ever run. We continued on and made it a 9 mile run by the end. The middle picture of the oncoming runner is the best running partner short of my dog. Unfortunately, she did a face plant at the very end and sprained her ankle. The view and the weather were beyond perfect!
75 Brenda Malloy 35.78
76 Gail Lozar 36
77 Alex Currie 36
78 Barbara Ellwein 36
79 Michael Flagella 36
80 Barney Smith 36
81 Staci Bowman 36 We used this race as an opportunity to prepare and train for my friends 13 mile trail run she will be running next month. We ran up the Hurricane Creek Trail to Slick Rock. After eating a small lunch we headed back down the mountain. We choose a 5k section of the trail to time and race back down the mountain. Trail running took on a whole new meaning, when around mile 9, I tripped fell and slid face first down the trail, blacken my eye and skinned my knees and all’s I could think about was how stoked I was with my PR on time crushing it running down in under an hour! ! Not bad for 50 year old grandma’s
82 Gail Lozar 36
83 Dawn Hansen 36 A fantastic run, by myself, after a bad storm the night before. The air smelled like it had been freshly washed. I had the park to myself for a nice practice run. Gave me a chance to play with Run Keeper, and my Garmin. This was a PR for me. Thank you for the wonderful “virtual races” giving us practice for the live events.
84 Caryn Miller 36
85 bill bolter 36
86 Emily Tyrrell 36
87 Mary Rice 36
88 Janet Rogers 36 Ran at Midnight by the light of the full “Blue Moon”! It was Awesome!!
89 Tabitha Garnett 36 I ran for a former preschool student I taught who was diagnosed with Diabetes at age 2. :)
90 Tabitha Garnett 36
91 Alexis Hoberg 36.25
92 Ethel Guerrero 37 Ran the NOVA 5k in Arlington, VA. Took first place in my age group.
93 Karen Martin 37
94 Jackie Azbill 37
95 Karen Zorn 37.44 My sister and friend Val were with me, this was our 2nd 5K together. First time we finished in 43 minutes. This time it was 37.44. WE are getting better!!!
96 andi mikula 38 This was my first virtual race. It was nice because it was on my time schedule and my choosing of a course. It was different because I slightly missed the competitive edge of passing people at the end.
97 Debbie Wennerstrom 38
98 Tina Appoloney 38
99 Mark Bailey 38.45
100 Kate Conway 39
101 Karolyn Booth 39 Thank you!!! Sweet medal. thank you for hosting this run.
102 Lily Prado 40
103 Karen Lippincott 40.10
104 Zach Whitlow 40.51
105 Carol Dixon 41 This is my first virtual 5k (and only second ever 5k) and I had a great time. I jogged on the treadmill and was aiming for a time of less than 45 minutes. I was so excited that I did it in 40:42. My saint bernardador (he’s part lab part st Bernard so we decided he is a bernardador) hung out with me in the garage while I jogged. He chewed on his new bone and occasionally came over to check my pace. I can’t wait to do another race!!!
106 Jamie McGinnis 41 I joined the local run group that happened to be doing this weeks run in my neighborhood. I haven’t run with them in a few months and I was last… but I finished :)
107 Tina Clark 41
108 Jessica Peterson 41.16
109 Susi Schmidt 41.22
110 Jane Allard 41.5 Trail run, so slow, but now I can say I have played in the enchanted forest :)
111 Nickie Perger 42
112 mabel urreta 42
113 Kristin Glowacki 42
114 cari purcell 42
115 Amy Riley 42 I did it on my treadmill, I actually did 5 miles, but noted the time at 3.1 miles. The virtual event really motivates me to do my best which can be hard when on the treadmill.
116 Jet Robinson 42.06 I was vacationing in Portland, OR and had just PR’d my half marathon time by 33 minutes 2 days prior. I was planning on going on a nice and slow run, and just playing it by ear in terms of distance. I went down to a nearby house to snag a picture of it, since it is amazing! Turns out, it was exactly 1.55 miles from the place I was staying. A nice, slow, recovery 5K in the books. I was surprised to see my time wasn’t that much slower than usual and I felt AMAZING! The first mile actually felt EASY, which is something I have not been able to say in a LONG time. I gained a lot of weight after college and was in a pretty bad emotional state for a few years. 2015 has proven to be a great year, with amazing improvements in both running, physical health and emotional health. I am wholeheartedly enjoying every moment of my renewed courtship of running!
117 Nicole Downs 42.3
118 Susan Williams 42.44 Phone Home 5K Linda’s Run is in the books! Texas has really heated up for August so runs have been very early in the mornings! Looking forward to some cooler temps! Happy running Moonjoggers!
119 Jackie Barnaby 42.87 I spent longer procrastinating about going out than I did running :) but I had the early morning path to myself. No photos as I had no strength to lift the phone (and it would have been too scary to post at the end). Thanks for the motivation and good luck to you, Linda!
120 Chris Faucett 43
121 Noel Dybdal 43 Second Moon Jogger run, fun but need to get more organized about meeting up with my other Moon Jogger friends and getting a picture with the fantastic medals. Practice run, great weather on American River Trail.
122 Elizabeth Fleszewski 43
123 Jeannette Juricic 43 I think this is my fastest 5K yet!
124 Kelly DeHaut 43
125 Wendi Duncan 43.31 Hi I did 4 miles on the tour of Fife race series , 5 races over 5 days . Today’s race was at Cambo estate , kingsbarns , fife , Scotland . The weather was beautiful and the sun was shining . It was a trail race through the estate along wooded paths and fields .
126 Heather Diamond 44
127 Debbie Wennerstrom 44
128 Hill Michelle 44.00 I did a half marathon on 8/18/2015 at North Wildwood, NJ boardwalk
129 Marilyn Wolff 44.21 An early morning – dawn – run with my running buddy and fellow Moonjogger – Emma. Our first dawn run and we loved it. It was a little cooler but we were still drenched at the end!
130 Tanner hoberg 45
131 Jennie Curry 45
132 Matt Van Durme 45
133 Linda Fernbacher 45
134 Katherine Aitchison 45
135 priscilla borden 45 I was so glad to do this. I did take a while because I am recovering from surgery, so I didn’t try to time it.
136 Kyla Enslinger 45
137 Tammie Epp 45
138 keilee Parker 45
139 Irene Toto 45.13
140 Sara Higgins 45.53
141 Mark Solano 46
142 Crystal Solano 46
143 Dawn Murphy 46
144 Sarah Cothren 46 Super hot run, slowed me down. But still felt great!
145 Michael Pennington 47
146 Kimberly Wolfe 47
147 Michele Gutierrez 47 It was a hot night in Gilbert, Arizona but me and my friends, Penny and Dawn, hung in there and ran for Linda! Diabetes is a horrible disease so this race was in hope’s for a cure! I’m thankful for my health and I am grateful that I have the ability to run in honor of others!
148 Kathy Brammer 47
149 Maryann Gialanella 47.49 I’m new to running. I still do the run/walk intervals. I ran near my house, part of which was run on the Appalachian trail. This is the 3rd 5k virtual race I have done. Each one I have improved my time. My grandmother had Type 2 diabetes and my mother has it. I know several people who have type 1 diabetes.
150 Kelli Bonkowski 48
151 marsue crews 48
152 Michele Spry 48
153 ashley adams 48 Loving our walks and having girl time and doing it for a good cause
154 maryann gialanella 48
155 Linda Hanstad 48.52
156 Laura Whitehorne 49 For Linda! Love from Texas!
157 Jessica Peterson 49 I’m just starting to run and am training for a 5k early in the fall.
158 Daniel Rivera 50
159 Sam Laskaris 50
160 Cindi Weatherington 51
161 Mary Ratliff 51
162 Rachel zhang 51
163 Heather Caners 51 Got up early before work and the kids were gone, the weather was beautiful, decided to go and do it right then. I did it on my own, it was a slow and messy 5k because I had my lunch and purse in a backpack. I didn’t set a route just headed out and guessed, I did 6k by the time I arrived at work and I arrived smelly and hot but I felt great all day.
164 Korie Williams 51.25
165 Dawn Cohan 52
166 Megan Rasmussen 52 My goal time was seriously impacted by the humidity….it was like walking in Jello. Next time I am going to walk earlier in the day.
167 Tanya Mauldin 52 Run/walk gravel path, roadway, sand, and grass. Lots variety, lots fun. Weather beaut.
168 Robbin Wilborn 53
169 Dana Hinton 53
170 Pamela Paris 53
171 Jeannette Juricic 53
172 Sarah Downing 53.5
173 Chris Newcomb 54
174 Terri Shondeck 54
175 Lawrence Fallat 54 Metro park at Kensington. 6K run for the water
176 Jerry Osterkamp 54 I ran for Linda (you). May god bless you and look over you. Weather was 80 degrees and windy. I ran at the school track located by my house. Had a wonderful time and feel rejuvenated. Love and God Bless Jerry Osterkamp
177 Marilyn Levinson 54 My route for my 5K was from my home to the county fairgrounds for the Fair. So after a brisk walk I was able to indulge in a nice chocolate milkshake
178 Kyla Flanagan 54 Very hot and humid. Stroller in front with sleeping toddler and other mini me walking beside me. Music and the streets watching life as we walked by.
179 Rose Adams 54.52
180 Jess lybbert 54.57
181 Ananda Shives 55
182 Elissa Overby 55 These are fun events. To Linda….I am 56, also diabetic type 1 for 46 years! I was happy to be able to run for you and for my IRun4 buddy Kaylee!
183 Lori Joyner 55
184 Anne McGrath 55 Ran on the treadmill since it was already dark. Intermittent sprint bursts but mostly just walking.
185 Karen Combs 55
186 Lane Torbert 55.46
187 Pat Hamilton 56 Walked the 5K with my honey, then did 3 miles of circuit training: running, weights; then walked the mile out. Working on longer distances than 5K’s for a possible half marathon. At least our Alabama weather has dropped a lot of the humidity so 7 miles was do-able today. YEA LINDA! Like you, I am a diabetic, and we fight for every step. You were in my prayers today as I did this in your honor.
188 Maureen Ziskovsky 57 Other than my gps tracking through fitbit being horrible today and messing with my times. It was a great day to run with an upset stomach. I ran in my new town and saw some construction and a great art wall hosted by the local parks and rec dept. It was a little windy and warmer than my run from the previous day. *I will have to email my photos as they are on my phonel
189 Becky Davis 57
190 George Wells 57
191 Julie Katarzy 57 Slow and steady wins the race! Not feeling myself but got it done!
192 Amy Spessard 57
193 Jennifer Beach 57
194 Jim S 57 Thank you moonjoggers.com for hosting this event. Cool medal.
195 Kelly Clark 58
196 cody smith-candelaria 58
197 Demetrius Bereolos 58
198 Luanne Kairis 59 Linda, this one’s for you! My friend and I are doing the Red Carpet Run next week on Belle Isle in Detroit. Today we did your virtual run (walk) in our favorite park.
199 Whitney Brown 60 My love for doing 5Ks and OCR racing began when I first did the Rugged Maniac in 2013. Everything about it was so fun; from the mud to the obstacles to laughing and making memories with friends and fellow racers. I love earning medals and taking pictures with them. I began doing Virtual 5Ks when my friend asked me to help support a charity run called Miles for Mitchell. Since then I have completed a dozen or so virtual runs and most recently Linda’s Run. I love the fact that I can help out different charities while enjoying the outdoors and improving my own health!
200 Jennifer Isaac 60 With my daughter and the man!!
201 Jamie Papenfuss 60
202 Carolyn Cochran 60 Since this was the second 5k I was running in the span of two days, I decided to turn this one into a weighted ruck – and to go over the Manhattan Bridge into Chinatown. This was a great decision. While I didn’t PR on time for a 5k, I certainly had a great time – and a great ruck!
203 Katie Fallat 60 Kensington metro park Milford MI
204 Vivianne Israel 61 I did half-and-half live/virtual event which included this race: I registered for Calico Racings live event to do a 10k — outside Area 51, along the Extraterrestrial Highway @ 1:00 this morning (aug 30), to be exact. So half of the 10k distance went toward my ET Hwy miles and the other 5k went to Linda’s Run. BECAUSE, when presented with such an opportunity, how could I possibly not assign distance to a medal with “E.T.” In front of a full moon when I’m doing a fu moon race along the E.T. Hwy?!?! Answer: I just couldn’t!! And I did this split race with Rita Jo, the friend who introduced me to virtual racing at the end of Han this year AND my friend Cathy Kokkinos who did races with me since before my cancer, when we did full marathons! Sooo much fun!!!
205 Ana Alvarez 61 It was a very hot and breeze less day at Eagle Lake Park in Clearwater, Florida. My dog and I enjoyed the rigorous workout after a tough work week. There weren’t many people nor dogs at the park which is close to my house. Linda, I chose to run on your behalf because I, too, am a diabetic. Stay strong, Linda!
206 Angel Givler 61
207 alfred candelaria 61
208 Angela Goad 62
209 Madisyn Clark 63
210 Sarah Byrd 64
211 Susan Timms 65
212 Adrian Roque 65 Completed PHONE HOME 5K – LINDA’S RUN today. Also helping support American Diabetes Associates (ADA). Did a slow power walk on the road. Knee felt good and felt better after my walk. The weather was cool and not too hot, mid-70s.
213 karen olson 65 My walk for linda. Keep me motivated and blessed i can do it .
214 Tiffany Rizzo-Weaver 67
215 Elizabeth Blowerr 68
216 Deanna Kane 69.32
217 Megan Madoyi 69.32
218 Whitney Brown 70
219 Lynn Weinberger 72 I walked two laps around Lerner Conservation Park in Oregon, WI. It adds up to being around 3.5 miles, plus the walking to and from the park. I figured as long as I walked at least 5K, I was good. I like the park because it’s pretty, there are plenty of bird watching opportunities, and it’s close to home. The weather was sunny and in the upper-seventies. I walked alone, but you’re never really alone in Lerner Park. There are plenty of neighbors walking there too, so I said hi to a lot of people. Also there are a ton of beautiful birds including a pair of sandhill cranes who make their home in the park. They flew over the path while I was walking. My favorite thing was the sandhill cranes. I just love those birds!
220 Jennifer Miller 84
221 Matt Miller 85
222 Kristy Luchini 90
223 Amanda Gudmundson 99 I have never participated in a virtual run Before but was really touched by Linda’s story And wanted to help out. Had a great run with a good friend of mine. Or run took us through verious areas of town With lots of different sights. Live my runs as its my time just me and the road.
224 Lori McClurg 106 I ran this with my sister, we ended up going for a 10k! Our first 10k ever :)
225 Michelle Pitts 106.5 I run many virtual runs with my baby sister Lori McClurg. I pick 1 to 2 charities each month to run for. We started doing these runs early this year as a self motivated challenge but has become more than that. Not only does it benifit our health (body and mind) but it helps others arou d the worls with mental and physical challenges as well. My sister and I chose to do a 10k on a river side jogging path. We do most of them here because as the weather and seasons change so does the scenery. Looking forward to more runs with different foundations to support.
226 Frandelia Clemons 110
227 John Appoloney 12
228 Michelle Karbon 120

190 George Wells 57
191 Julie Katarzy 57 Slow and steady wins the race! Not feeling myself but got it done!
192 Amy Spessard 57
193 Jennifer Beach 57
194 Jim S 57 Thank you moonjoggers.com for hosting this event. Cool medal.
195 Kelly Clark 58
196 cody smith-candelaria 58
197 Demetrius Bereolos 58
198 Luanne Kairis 59 Linda, this one’s for you! My friend and I are doing the Red Carpet Run next week on Belle Isle in Detroit. Today we did your virtual run (walk) in our favorite park.
199 Whitney Brown 60 My love for doing 5Ks and OCR racing began when I first did the Rugged Maniac in 2013. Everything about it was so fun; from the mud to the obstacles to laughing and making memories with friends and fellow racers. I love earning medals and taking pictures with them. I began doing Virtual 5Ks when my friend asked me to help support a charity run called Miles for Mitchell. Since then I have completed a dozen or so virtual runs and most recently Linda’s Run. I love the fact that I can help out different charities while enjoying the outdoors and improving my own health!
200 Jennifer Isaac 60 With my daughter and the man!!
201 Jamie Papenfuss 60
202 Carolyn Cochran 60 Since this was the second 5k I was running in the span of two days, I decided to turn this one into a weighted ruck – and to go over the Manhattan Bridge into Chinatown. This was a great decision. While I didn’t PR on time for a 5k, I certainly had a great time – and a great ruck!
203 Katie Fallat 60 Kensington metro park Milford MI
204 Vivianne Israel 61 I did half-and-half live/virtual event which included this race: I registered for Calico Racings live event to do a 10k — outside Area 51, along the Extraterrestrial Highway @ 1:00 this morning (aug 30), to be exact. So half of the 10k distance went toward my ET Hwy miles and the other 5k went to Linda’s Run. BECAUSE, when presented with such an opportunity, how could I possibly not assign distance to a medal with “E.T.” In front of a full moon when I’m doing a fu moon race along the E.T. Hwy?!?! Answer: I just couldn’t!! And I did this split race with Rita Jo, the friend who introduced me to virtual racing at the end of Han this year AND my friend Cathy Kokkinos who did races with me since before my cancer, when we did full marathons! Sooo much fun!!!
205 Ana Alvarez 61 It was a very hot and breeze less day at Eagle Lake Park in Clearwater, Florida. My dog and I enjoyed the rigorous workout after a tough work week. There weren’t many people nor dogs at the park which is close to my house. Linda, I chose to run on your behalf because I, too, am a diabetic. Stay strong, Linda!
206 Angel Givler 61
207 alfred candelaria 61
208 Angela Goad 62
209 Madisyn Clark 63
210 Sarah Byrd 64
211 Susan Timms 65
212 Adrian Roque 65 Completed PHONE HOME 5K – LINDA’S RUN today. Also helping support American Diabetes Associates (ADA). Did a slow power walk on the road. Knee felt good and felt better after my walk. The weather was cool and not too hot, mid-70s.
213 karen olson 65 My walk for linda. Keep me motivated and blessed i can do it .
214 Tiffany Rizzo-Weaver 67
215 Elizabeth Blowerr 68
216 Deanna Kane 69.32
217 Megan Madoyi 69.32
218 Whitney Brown 70
219 Lynn Weinberger 72 I walked two laps around Lerner Conservation Park in Oregon, WI. It adds up to being around 3.5 miles, plus the walking to and from the park. I figured as long as I walked at least 5K, I was good. I like the park because it’s pretty, there are plenty of bird watching opportunities, and it’s close to home. The weather was sunny and in the upper-seventies. I walked alone, but you’re never really alone in Lerner Park. There are plenty of neighbors walking there too, so I said hi to a lot of people. Also there are a ton of beautiful birds including a pair of sandhill cranes who make their home in the park. They flew over the path while I was walking. My favorite thing was the sandhill cranes. I just love those birds!
220 Jennifer Miller 84
221 Matt Miller 85
222 Kristy Luchini 90
223 Amanda Gudmundson 99 I have never participated in a virtual run Before but was really touched by Linda’s story And wanted to help out. Had a great run with a good friend of mine. Or run took us through verious areas of town With lots of different sights. Live my runs as its my time just me and the road.
224 Lori McClurg 106 I ran this with my sister, we ended up going for a 10k! Our first 10k ever :)
225 Michelle Pitts 106.5 I run many virtual runs with my baby sister Lori McClurg. I pick 1 to 2 charities each month to run for. We started doing these runs early this year as a self motivated challenge but has become more than that. Not only does it benifit our health (body and mind) but it helps others arou d the worls with mental and physical challenges as well. My sister and I chose to do a 10k on a river side jogging path. We do most of them here because as the weather and seasons change so does the scenery. Looking forward to more runs with different foundations to support.
226 Frandelia Clemons 110
227 John Appoloney 12
228 Michelle Karbon 120