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August 3, 2011

Williamsburg ‘Beat the Heat Walk/Run’ results

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The second annual Beat the Heat One Mile Walk/Run was held on Friday, July 29.

In spite of highs near 90 degrees and high humidity from rain earlier that day, 64 participants came to downtown Williamsburg for the one-mile event, which was presented by Christopher Chiropractic.

Though several corporate sponsorships are still pending, Elizabeth Christopher and Kathy Lay indicate that funds have already been collected to purchase air conditioning units for at least 14 Whitley County families. These air conditioners will be distributed by the Whitley County Health Department which also provided several volunteers to help with registration and other tasks at the race.

The Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison presented door prizes and awards including the award for the fastest male, which went to Mark Ramsey for finishing the race in 5 minutes 41 seconds. The fastest female time belonged to Kelly Cosmanciuc, who crossed the finish line with a time of 7 minutes 20 seconds. The male and female Grand Masters were Fred White and Sandra Ramsey. The male and female Masters were Bill Abner and Lisa Hackler.

Other race times are as follows:

1. Mark Ramsey, 5.41

2. Derrick Childers 6.15

Tony McNew 6.33

3. Anthony Davis 6.53

4. Bobby Partin 7.07

5. Ryan Abner 7.19

6. Kelly Cosmanciuc 7.20

7. Julia Manning 7.27

8. Melanie Manning 7.29

9. Michael Smith 7.36

10. Adam Stigall 7.45

11. Jeffrey Schwarz 7.46

12. Fred White 7.49

13. Bill Abner 7.57

14. Sandra Ramsey 8.16

15. Erin White 8.18

16. Irvin Gilbert 8.41

17. Christina Sutton 8.44

18. Tammy Bargo 8.58

19. Frankia Colyer 9.03

20. Lisa Hackler 9.04

21. Trent Knuckles 9.14

22. Kim Sutton 10.02

23. Michael Malone 10.08

24. Stephanie Eaton 10.15

25. Marty Colyer 10.20

26. Becky Blakely 10.27

27. Amy Roberts 10.32

28. Mark Phelps 10.49

29. Melissa Finley 10.52

30. Katie Smith 11.10

31. Ruth Osborne 11.12

32. Graham Trimble 12.15

33. Rachael Ellison 12.55

34. Michael Coffey 12.57

35. Riley Sutton 13.17

36. Andy Sutton 13.18

37. Tina Sutton 13.27

38. Crystal Malone 13.29

39. Krystle Lay 13.34

40. Nora Hackler 13.50

41. Marianne Trimble 14.04

42. Sibyl Stricklin 14.12

43. Rodney Ramsey 14.15

44. Rhonda Knight 14.21

45. Evin McNew 15.13

46. Carly Storm 15.37

47. Jaclyn Storm 15.51

48. Hannah Jones 15.53

49. Anna Storm 16.47

50. Lindsey Morris 16.48

51. Jean Sharp 16.53

52. Tamara Johnson 17.11

53. Lindsey Jones 19.03

54. Carol Rains 19.07

55. Michael Tackett 20.35

56. Jeremiah Massengale 20.36

57. Carolyn Massengale 16.21

58. Darren Whitaker 17.21

59. Vince Hoskins 21.39

60. Angela Hill 21.40

61. Sheryl Strickland 21.54

62. Luke Tackett 21.56

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