* Saturday: Quaker Quick 5-miler, Friends School, 9 a.m...


October 10, 1991|By Phil Jackman

* Saturday: Quaker Quick 5-miler, Friends School, 9 a.m., 882-6103; Garrett County Festival 10-K, Oakland, 9 a.m.; Toy Run for Needy Children, Fort Smallwood Road; Foliage Classic 5-K, Bedford, Pa., 9 a.m.; A Place for Your Pace, Peerce's Plantation, 8 a.m.

* Sunday: Columbus Chase 10-K, Howard CC, Columbia, 9 a.m., 954-1998; Annapolis Metric Marathon, Harwood, 8 a.m., 268-1165; Army 10-miler, Pentagon, Washington, 9 a.m., (703) 614-1561; Bachman Valley half-marathon, Westminster, 8:30 a.m., 876-6201; RASAC Rocks Station 5.6-miler, 9 a.m., 836-1784; Miller Memorial 5-K, York, Pa., 1:30 p.m., (717) 246-2240.

* Future book: Fifth Avenue Mile, Oct. 19; Thomas Run 7-miler, Oct. 19; Hopkins Oncology 5-K, Oct. 19; Gator half-marathon, Oct. 26; Baugher's 10/20-K, Oct. 27; Deer Creek 10-K, Oct. 27;

Piney Orchard 5-K and biathlon, Oct. 27; Cicca

rone Ticker 10-K, Nov. 2; Greater Dundalk 10-K, Nov. 24; North Central Railroad Trail Marathon, Nov. 30.

* Marathons: Richmond, Oct. 20; Chicago, Oct. 27; Marine Corps, Washington, Nov. 3; New York City, Nov. 3; Columbus (Ohio), TAC championship), Nov. 10.

* News and notes: Put the BRRC 15-mile championship in the win column for Joy Glass and Mark Rosasco . . . Troy Jacobson won the 17-22 age division at an Allentown, Pa., biathlon, sandwiching two-mile runs around a 15-mile bike ride in 55:08. He'll compete in the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii Oct. 19 . . . Steve Egoff (32:37) and Pat Ryan (38:19) mastered the field at the Glen Burnie B&A Trail 10-K . . . Pete Sherry (30:12) and Sandra Guidotti (34:52) prevailed at the Georgetown 10-K . . . The Twin Cities Marathon proved a blast, Aussie Malcom Norwood beating U.S. cross country ace Bob Kempainen by just two seconds in 2:10:10. Jan Klecker (2:30:31) beat a strong foreign contingent . . . The Toronto Marathon went to Chris Bloor in 2:18:04, only his second go over the distance. Laura DeWald (2:44:35), who used to do a lot of racing in these parts, got fourth among the women.

Ronnie Wong and Bruce Hoffman went 3-4 in the Chinmo1,300-mile race in New York, combining for 2,380 miles over the 18 days, which is somewhere around Denver if you're not running in a circle . . . Chris Fox left the field gasping with his record 43:46 at the Great Allegany Run 15-K. Ruth Reimerschneider (54:44) was top woman . . . Bailey St. Clair hobbled to a 3:13:15 at the Portland Marathon, insisting he did not cut the course.

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