2019 Summer Trail Series

The 2019 trail race series began August 13. We have now visited Echo Valley, Buffalo Pound, the Trans Canada Trail at Lumsden and this week will visit the Qu’Appelle Nordic Centre in Lumsden.

Meet ready to run at 6:15 PM.

When: Tuesday nights (weekly), 18:15 race time. Course overview and instructions at 18:10. Series will run August 13 – October 1 (8 weeks).
Course: A moderate length course will be set at each location. Courses will be marked. Notification of changes will be by email. Email Mitchell to be sure you receive notice of any changes.
Timing: Self timed. In order to be eligible for the evening, be signed in by 18:15. Timing is on the honour system. Any deviation from the course should be addressed by the runner as a self-assessed penalty.
Aid Stations: None
Course Marshall: Member in charge for the evening. This person will be participating as well.
Who: RRRC members. Guests are welcome to come for an evening race, but the series is planned for members. Buy your membership online.
Cost: Free for RRRC members
Registration: None required. Just arrive in time to get your name recorded
Results: Will be posted online weekly here

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2019 Regina Beach Trail Race Results

69 runners were in attendance for another great Regina Beach Trail Race.

Thank you very much to Doug and Marilyn and the other people who gave of their time and considerable talents to make it a stellar experience.

Here are the results for the 2019 Regina Beach Trail Race:

Kid’s Race

Last Name First Name Sub-event Time
Hicks Korbyn Child Run 3.33
Stumph Nathan Child Run 3.34
Schneider Leighton Child Run 3.35
Gyurek Finnley Child Run 3.44
Newton Ryker Child Run 3.47
Schneider Adam Child Run 3.47
Gallant Ryder Child Run 4.49
Watson James Child Run 5.15
Newton Ryder Child Run 5.16
Hicks Kynlee Child Run 5.37
Totosy-Martin Liam Child Run 5.47

5 km Race

Last Name First Name Sub-event Time
Tse Edwards 5 km 32.10
Watson Jeff 5 km 33.43
Watson Jacey 5 km 35.08
Bourque Josh 5 km 35.48
Bourque Gabby 5 km 35.56
Watson Lindsay 5 km 37.47
Watson Joe 5 km 37.47
Lillejord Autumn 5 km 39.25
Bourque Nadine 5 km 39.25
Lausch Aleeta 5 km 39.26
Newton Nathan 5 km 39.33
Biden Valerie 5 km 44.10
Archer Chelsey 5 km 50.24
Schmekel Jaxx 5 km DNF

10 km Race

Last Name First Name Sub-event Time
Bain Sandy 10 km 40.55
Sperling Jordan 10 km 41.24
Martin Tom 10 km 48.30
Mroske Lysle 10 km 49.26
Biden Valerie 10 km 51.00
Zeigler Brittany 10 km 53.14
Harlos Erin 10 km 58.24
Bourque Aaron 10 km 61.52
Wishiewski Krysta 10 km 62.26
Huys Debora 10 km 64.34
Cruise Tatum 10 km 64.48
Auty Susan 10 km 64.48
Smith Julie 10 km 69.45
LaBar-Ahmed Laurel 10 km 71.04
McCormick Megan 10 km 72.15
Conrad Marcie 10 km 73.00

15 km Race

Last Name First Name Sub-event Time
Reilly Caelan 15 km 1:03:27
Hicks Adam 15 km 1:04:48
Soucy Yanick 15 km 1:08:33
Totosy de Zepetnek Julia 15 km 1:09:00
Humphries Shaun 15 km 1:10:23
Schneider Kimberley 15 km 1:11:25
Schneider Trevor 15 km 1:12:11
Humphries Robert 15 km 1:12:49
Floricel Remus 15 km 1:14:56
Newton Mark 15 km 1:16:12
Carlson Jim 15 km 1:17:02
Rathgeber Lane 15 km 1:18:12
Carlson Amy 15 km 1:18:16
Hubick Jason 15 km 1:21:11
Szeles Allison 15 km 1:21:18
Carlson Terri 15 km 1:21:35
Kriel Kristel 15 km 1:22:09
Luo Zhe 15 km 1:22:48
Millar Ceilidh 15 km 1:25:12
Wilkes Cody 15 km 1:26:38
Farenick Doug 15 km 1:27:50
Harvey Dale 15 km 1:38:12
Barlow Christine 15 km 1:39:40
Barlow Aaron 15 km 1:39:40
Garbe Mackenzie 15 km 1:52:04
Allan Bevera 15 km DNF
Huys Deborah 15 km DNF
Myrah Loanne 15 km DNF

25th Annual Flatlanders Road Race

https://raceroster.com/events/2019/23236/flatlanders-road-race-2019

The race features a half-marathon, a 10km and a 5km. Walkers are welcome in the 10k and 5k, and this year, in honour of the 25th edition of the race, we are offering a 25k “Ultra-half marathon”.  Yes indeed – a one-time only (probably) opportunity to treat yourself to an extra 3.9 km for the same low price.

All races start and finish on the track at the Canada Games Athletic Complex (Douglas Park Track). For 2019 the race will be held on Saturday, October 5.

Race Package Pickup: Will be at the Douglas Park Track on Friday October 4th from noon to 6 pm, and on Race Day morning from 7:30 to 9. As things can be pretty hectic on Saturday morning, we would appreciate as many runners as possible picking up their bibs and shirts on Friday afternoon. And you may pick up race kits for other runners.

Children’s Race:  At last year’s event (2018) we added a one mile children’s race which was a great success and we plan to do it again this year. The Children’s race is run before the other distances and is open for children 5 to 8 years old. They use the same start/finish line as the longer races; basically the race starts on the track in front of the timekeeper booth, runs partway around the track and then out the east gate, does a loop around the park – no roads to cross – back in the same gate and continues around the track to the finish line.

Race start times are staggered to reduce congestion at the start, to bring finishing times closer together, and for safety reasons so that faster 5k and 10k runners don’t have to run back against all of the other runners. Due to the course design- with turnarounds for the 5k and 10k – some two way traffic is inevitable and we urge all runners to keep to the right and be aware of oncoming runners.

Start Times:

  • 1 mile kids race     9:00 am
  • Half-marathon and 25k “Ultra-half”    9:30 am
  • 10k run/walk                   9:45 am
  • 5k run/walk           9:55 am

Race Course: The race is run almost completely on the pathways in Wascana Park. There are KM markers and arrows marking the course, as well as course marshals to direct runners. Water is available at 5 aid stations on the course, and refreshments after the race.

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Inclusivity: The Flatlanders has always been an inclusive event for runners of all abilities. Walkers are welcome in the 5k and 10k events. The 21.1 and 25k are open to runners of all abilities. The course officially closes at 1 pm – that’s 3 ½ hours; please choose a distance that you can complete in that time frame. We’ve never left anyone out on the course, but please consider that the race organizers and volunteers put in a pretty long day.

Charity: Over the last several years the race has generated a respectable profit which has allowed the Regina Road Runners – on behalf of all the Flatlanders participants – to make donations to local charities, including the Hospitals of Regina, Hopes Home, and in 2018 and this year to recreation equipment for a community playground at Sacred Heart School.

2019 Boot Race Results

The breeze was brisk (I think I saw pets blowing by) but the sun was shining and there was no snow so the race went ahead.   The race course allows spectators to watch most of the race as it unfolds so there was lots of cheering during the heart stopping action.  The race director got lazy this year and limited the number of signs so a couple of runners missed turns but recovered and finished well.

Rob Humphries was left saddened with a large hole in his trophy case after giving up the prize to Marilyn Leask, who won the race handily.  Our only first time Boot Racer ended up in second place.

The race was followed by mini cinnamon buns and drinks as everyone reviewed the highlights of the race and discussed other activities to follow this season.

Pictures to follow.

2019 RRRC Boot Race
Last Name First Name 5 Km Time Starting Time Clock Time Running Time
Leask Marilyn 38:00:00 0:00 34:56:00 34:56:00
Dueck Stefan 24:00:00 14:00 36:17:00 22:17:00
Humphries Robert 24:55:00 13:05 36:57:00 23:52:00
Hynne Doug 25:10:00 12:50 37:05:00 24:15:00
Luhning Rand 26:00:00 12:00 39:32:00 27:32:00
Maher Tom 25:00:00 13:00 40:57:00 27:57:00
Harlos Erin DNF

2019 Prediction Mile Results

The Regina Road Runners 2019 Prediction Mile took place on March 24th at the Fieldhouse. There were eight participants – two children (Maryn and Logan Japp), one baby, Esmae and 6 adults. The goal was to predict your running/walk time; and then see how close you could actually walk or run the mile (no watches allowed, except for the timers). Art Bonnell and Doug Leask timed while Vicky Bonnell took care of setting up the room.

The children ran last year as well and improved by more than 3 minutes from their last year’s time. The Japp family is quite a family of runners. It was a lot of fun cheering on the participants as they completed each of their seven laps.

There was pizza and pop for everyone afterwards.

The Regina Road Runners AGM followed afterwards with 12 attendees.

 Name  Prediction  Actual  Difference
Mitchell Japp 7:47 7:34 -13s (1st)
Tom Maher 9:13 8:56 -17s (2nd)
Marilyn Leask 15:14 14:55 -19s (3rd)
Linda Hynne 15:16 14:56 -20s (4th)
Doug Hynne 8:15 7:52 -23s (5th)
Rand Luhning 9:50 9:12 -38s (6th)
Leah Japp 8:30 9:10 40s (7th)
Logan Japp 10:30 8:53 -1.37 (8th)
Maryn Japp 12:15 9:12 -3:03 (9th)

2019 Boot Race

When – May 4, 2019, 10 a.m.
Where – A.E. Wilson Park

Cost: Non-members – $15, Members – free
Registration is now open

Boot Race is a 5 km handicap race. For those who have never run a handicap race, or need a reminder, each runner starts the race based on his/her best 5 km time in the past year. If everyone matched his/her time exactly, everyone would cross the finish line together. BUT, if you can beat your best time, you come across the line just a little bit ahead of everyone else.

Come on out and have some fun.
Watch for others using the pathways.

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