Playworks Durham Run for Recess 5K 2013

  1. Updates

Thank you to everyone that came out and participated in our first annual Run for Recess 5K on Saturday May 11th, 2013! It was so great to see the support in the community for Playworks. We look forwad to making it bigger, better, and clearer signage next year!

Race Times

(Name Time/ Pace)

Mark Dessauer 21:16/ 6:51

John White 22:11/ 7:09

Matthew Revilla 22:19/ 7:11

Evan Sharpless 25:41/ 8:16

Rebekah Cowell 26:34/ 8:33

James Eastom 29:00/ 9:20

Mario Campano 29:29/ 9:30

Justin Hammond 36:18/ 11:42

Sydnie Christmas 36:30/ 11:45

Grant Weixel 37:08/ 11:57

Kara McGee 37:12/ 11:59

Ziva Raney 37:22/ 12:02

Taylor Bunch 37:30/ 12:05

Caroline Ewald 37:30/ 12:05

Laurin Eastom 37:30/ 12:05

Kevin Scott 43:06/ 13:53

Lauren Gardner 47:16/ 15:13

Gary Gardner 47:16/ 15:13

Aylee Garnder 47:16/ 15:13

Allie Morse 49:22/ 15:54

Lindsay Chadwell 49:42/ 16:00

Candice Edney 50:54/ 16:23

Victoria Robinson 51:04/ 16:27

Mike Morse 51:15/ 16:30

Darlene Escudero 53:27/ 17:12

Catherine Stowe 54:02/ 17:24

Andrew Hartman 58:00/18:40

 

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