2022 Boot Race Results

It was a beautiful day in A.E.Wilson park for the 2022 Boot Race.  Everyone is back to in person events this year.  That is awesome!  But we think that gave people lots of choices so our numbers were down for the Boot Race.  It was still a fun time and the new champion is Rand Luhning who took home the Coveted Boot Race Award. Congrats Rand!

Start OrderLast NameFirst Name5 km TimeStart TimeClock  TimeRace TimeFinish Order
2HynneDoug26:3003:3028:2824:582
3RathgeberLane25:0005:0029:5124:514
1LuhningRand30:0000:0027:1427:141
4DresslerKyle22:0008:0029:1321:133

2021 Regina Beach Trail Race Results

The day was hot with smoke in the air but 42 runners came out and ran the race. We had difficulties at 1 turnaround point that affected all of the 15km runners and some of the 10km runners. The actual distance run is noted where we have that information. We appreciate the positive attitude of those who had fun with the longer run.

There were 14 volunteers involved in putting on the race.

The results are not all tallied but there was a significant amount of donations and profit from the race that will go to Theo’s Challenge – the total will be posted when it is finalized. Many thanks to all of you who participated in whatever way. All in all a fun and successful day.

Kids Race

Last NameFirst Name Time
CrabbeGriffin3:22
Gyurek Finnley3:37
StumphNathan3:43
DionFelix3:57
NewtonRyker4:11
HuberKade4:17
HuberMason4:27
FilteauJett4:36
FilteauBlake4:59
CrabbeKinsley4:59
SchiefnerEthan5:05
DionMadeline5:11
StumphTheo5:15
FilteauCali5:17
HermanNico8:34

5 Km

Last NameFirst Name Time
Martel Michael27:22:00
NewtonRyder29:21:00
NewtonMark29:25:00
SchiefnerMichelle31:49:00
HodgeCurtis31:49:00
WildeKathy40:12:00
BernardAngela1:05:57
ReckGillian1:05:57

10 Km

Last NameFirst Name Time
MatlockJannike1:04:54
Hooper Graham1:14:23
SteenjampJan1:17:34
DienerTania1:19:44
McCormickMegan1:20:53
Selinger Deanne1:28:48
Gurzo Krisztina1:30:48
MiriszialElod Norbert1:30:50
AndersonDebra1:34:30
AndersonNathan1:34:41

15 Km

Last NameFirst Name TimeActual Distance
McLeodRob1:32:0419 K
RathgegerLane1:33:4319 K
HarveyDale1:57:21 
LandmanJodine1:59:04 
WestgatePaul1:59:04 
ChalifourRod2:00:59 
BurnsMelissa2:01:3220 K
BurnsJason2:14:1025 K
KhanamRubina2:17:55 

2021 Boot Race Results

There were some challenges to the 2021 Boot Race: McCarthy Boulevard is closed to vehicle traffic and an obstacle course for pedestrians, The rain Thursday night made the normal race route unsafe, flooding closed the washrooms at Rick Hansen park and the race clock failed before the race but the volunteers and runners were eager for the first live club event since the beginning of the pandemic so everyone showed up.

The race began on time with 12 runners and a great crowd of volunteers to time them. Jan and Robert ran neck and neck throughout the race right to the finish line where Robert edged Jan out to take the much coveted trophy home to Waldeck. (Ok, I think they were chatting until the last few metres). Sunshine and laughter were everywhere and we look forward to seeing everyone at future RRRC events

Start OrderLast NameFirst Name5 km TimeStart TimeClock  TimeRace TimeFinish Order
3NeufeldRobert35:0009:0037:5628:561
2SteenkampJan35:0009:0037:5728:572
7NewtonMark24:3019:3042:0822:383
6CycaHailey26:5117:0942:4125:324
9BedelKevin23:1520:4543:4422:595
8HynneDoug23:4820:1244:0623:546**
12BurantAndrew20:4323:1744:0620:496**
10RathgeberLane22:0022:0044:0722:077
5BedelJenna27:3016:3044:5128:218
4MaherTom28:3015:3045:0029:299
11GibsonKyle21:2522:3547:1324:3810
1CoderreDel44:0000:0056:0456:0411

2020 Prediction Mile/Kipchoge Challenge

The turnout at the Regina Road Runners 2020 Prediction Mile was great with 20 participants plus timers and observers. The goal was to predict your running/walking time and then try to match it (no watches allowed, except for the timers). The event was run in 2 heats.  Art and Vicky Bonnell coordinated the timing with participants assisting when they weren’t on the track.  The larger group lead to a lot louder cheering and more high fives for the athletes as they completed each of their seven laps.

There were ties for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th but everyone won as we all had fun.

The 1st annual Kipchoge challenge took place following the Mile.  Kipchoge ran a sub 2 hour marathon which is a pace of 34 seconds for 200 meters.  Several participants ran as a pack to attempt that pace. The times varied from 31 seconds through to 40 seconds.  Some very impressive speed!

The energy burned cheering and running/walking was restored with pizza and pop and lots of socializing afterwards

Name  Prediction Actual Difference
1. Payton Neisz 10:00:00 10:00:00 0:00:00
2. Mitchell Japp 7:42:00 7:39:00 0:03:00
2. Esmae Japp 15:00:00 15:03:00 0:03:00
3. Leah Japp 8:31:00 8:35:00 0:04:00
3. Tom Maher 9:24:00 9:28:00 0:04:00
4. Kaytlyn Criddle 6:30:00 6:38:00 0:08:00
4. Karen Lawson 6:15:00 6:07:00 0:08:00
5. Doug Hynne 8:00:00 7:50:00 0:10:00
6. Danielle Stephens 16:00:00 15:40:00 0:20:00
7. Logan Japp 8:45:00 8:18:00 0:27:00
8. Linda Hynne 15:00:00 15:30:00 0:30:00
9. Oliver Gibson 18:00:00 16:57:00 1:03:00
10. Shaun Grundle 8:50:00 7:44:00 1:06:00
11. Maryn Japp 9:30:00 11:00:00 1:30:00
12. Eric Mulholland Tomczak 12:00:00 13:57:00 1:57:00
13. Kelsey Gibson 15:00:00 16:59:00 1:59:00
14. Danielle Neisz 15:00:00 11:57:00 3:03:00
15. Macei Belcourt 15:00:00 11:01:00 3:59:00
16. Tamra Belcourt 15:00:00 10:25:00 4:35:00
17. Ashtin Belcourt 15:00:00 9:02:00 5:58:00

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