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Holassie, Alboucrek win 5K Island Run

By Sharon Robb
STAFF WRITER
Posted March 21 2005

Two-time Olympian Ronnie Holassie of Miramar and Stacie Alboucrek of Fort Lauderdale won the men's and women's overall titles Sunday in the 21st annual 5K Island Run at North Bay Village.

Holassie, 33, won the 3.1-mile race in 15 minutes and 58 seconds. Alboucrek, 37, a two-time Olympic marathon trials qualifier, won the women's race in 18:28.

Anthony Baltodano, 37, of the South Florida Achilles Track Club, won the wheelchair race in 13:07. Baltodano averaged 4:14-minute miles.

The race was switched from 5 miles to a 5K because of road construction.

MEN OPEN: 1. Ronnie Holassie, Miramar 15:58. WHEELCHAIR: 1. Anthony Baltodano 13:07. AGE GROUP: 14-under: 1. Jeffrey Tait 19:24, 2. David Ramirez 24:08, 3. Joshua Mattocks 29:50; 15-19: 1. Ameer Malik 23:39; 20-29: 1. Elliott Mason 16:19, 2. Jesse Labuff 16:53, 3. Joseph Brendecke 20:06; 30-36: 1. Jon Williams 17:18, 2. David Kermis 19:10, 3. Robert Nessler 20:50; 37-44: 1. Hubert Brooks 18:44, 2. Nelson Gonzales 19:57, 3. Bernio Tyler 20:30; 45-49: 1. Elidoro Guerrero 17:08, 2. Frederick Franklin 20:32, 3. Lawrence Fraser 22:5; 50-59: 1. Fernando Torres 18:58, 2. John Corcoran 19:33, 3. Ricardo Miranda 21:28; 60-65: 1. Tim Regier 23:46, 2. Josef Razim 25:20, 3. Ben Recarey 26:52; 66-70: 1. Win Spears 27:37; 71-74: 1. Martin Quinn 26:42; 75-over: 1. Joel Matos 30:20, 2. Carmelo Crupi 30:44, 3. Bob O'Brien 40:50.

WOMEN OPEN: 1. Stacie Alboucrek 18:28. AGE GROUP: 14-under: 1. Betty Lopetegui 47:15; 15-19: 1. Ilana Weberman 36:17; 20-29: 1. Shannon Loewke 19:30, 2. Libby Rhee 23:58, 3. Sarah Pumple 25:37; 30-36: 1. Marlene Persson 18:48, 2. Tiffany Enos 24:52, 3. Ana Lopes 27:32; 37-44: 1. Mary Nicholls 20:57, 2. Risa Schwartz 25:11, 3. Irene Lesperance 25:35; 45-49: 1. Gayle Preston 21:03, 2. Christine Huerter 28:09, 3. Gracy Weberman 28:54; 50-59: 1. Sandy Cirulnick 24:38, 2. Candy Clausell 25:49, 3. Rita McManus 26:55; 60-65: 1. Jeanette Novak 31:22, 2. Faye Goldin 37:36; 66-70: None; 71-74: 1. Sylvia Weiner 29:02; 75-over: None.



Sharon Robb can be reached at srobb@sun-sentinel.com.





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