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Walkins, Ventrice rule 5K

By Sharon Robb
Staff Writer
Posted April 3 2005

Former Bahamian national track team member Phillip Walkins of Coconut Creek continues to beat runners nearly half his age.

On Saturday at the 11th annual Imperial Point 5K Run, Walkins, 45, won the 3.1-mile race in 15 minutes and 51 seconds, 29 seconds ahead of Michael Johnson, 23, of Fort Lauderdale.

Walkins averaged 5:07-minute miles. Johnson's pace was 5:16.

Maria Ventrice, 40, of Boca Raton, won the women's race in 20:28. Tracey Bunce, 31, of Hollywood, was second in 20:52.

It was the final race of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Road Runners' Three For The Road Series that also featured the St. Paddy's 4-Miler and Riverwalk 5-Mile Run.

11th Imperial Point 5K

MEN OPEN: 1. Phillip Walkins 15:51, 2. Michael Johnson 16:20, 3. Billy Canavan 17:23.

MEN MASTERS: 1. Russell Wogan 17:29, 2. Robert Leaf 17:33, 3. Miguel Diaz 18:12.

MEN GRAND MASTERS: 1. Jeff Powers 18:41, 2. Alan Miller 18:51, 3. Dan Healy 19:13.

MEN SENIOR GRAND MASTERS: 1. Bill Springer 20:38, 2. Al Shamoun 20:56, 3. Arthur Weisberg 21:35.

MEN AGE GROUP: 10 and under: 1. Jeffrey Tait 19:24, 2. Andrew Iglesias 22:08, 3. John Carter 31:15; 11-12: 1. Evan Buhler 25:36, 2. C.J. Cruz 26:37, 3. Albert Iglesias 27:40; 13-14: 1. Scott Venkataraman 22:49, 2. Kevin Schnell 22:58, 3. John Parady 27:24; 15-19: 1. Cordero Bowleg 19:17, 2. Jonathan Klim 20:53, 3. Marcel Madoux 26:13; 20-24: 1. Anthony Barbar 22:41, 2. Greg Perry 25:55, 3. William Regan 31:49; 25-29: 1. Joshua Stern 19:05, 2. Eduardo Herrera 20:25, 3. Anthony Tambling 22:53; 30-34: 1. Mike Huck 18:51, 2. Ray Raparelli 19:01, 3. Joseph Kelly 20:47; 35-39: 1. Jon Williams 17:58, 2. Anthony Meo 18:04, 3. Ronaldo Correia 18:23; 40-44: 1. Greg Raven 18:12, 2. Walthon Maxwell 18:18, 3. John Banke 18:48; 45-49: 1. Craig Cotnoir 18:14, 2. Cleber Sirianni 18:31, 3. Randy Fisher 19:04; 50-54: 1. Louis Molina 19:27, 2. Chuck Weber 20:35, 3. Art Danse 21:00; 55-59: 1. Larry Starr 20:12, 2. Jay Hildebrand 20:52, 3. Victor Beninate 21:03; 60-64: 1. Sven Jutz 21:43, 2. Mike Branigan 21:57, 3. Charlie Yescott 22:01; 65-69: 1. Anthony Orofino 23:59, 2. Jim Shannon 25:09, 3. Tony Jaswinski 28:55; 70-74: 1. Jim Lynch 23:15, 2. Hy Dashevsky 26:31, 3. Harold Wright 28:44; 75-79: 1. Geoff Etherington 23:08, 2. Bob Levine 27:14, 3. Glenn Workman Jr. 28:05; 80 and over: 1. Bill Tribou 29:20, 2. Carmelo Crupi 32:24, 3. Abe Olanoff 39:13.

WOMEN OPEN: 1. Maria Ventrice 20:28, 2. Tracey Bunce 20:52, 3. Ngozi Uwah 20:54.

WOMEN GRAND MASTERS: 1. Linda Stein 25:14, 2. Pamela Richardson 25:42, 3. Robin McCaulley 25:45.

WOMEN SENIOR GRAND MASTERS: 1. Jan Ross 26:10, 2. Bebsie Thompson 26:16, 3. Joey Leonard 27:29.

WOMEN AGE GROUP: 10 and under: 1. Marissa Braden 26:25, 2. Nicole Valentino 36:23, 3. Morgan Eiler 39:37; 11-12: 1. Chelsea Anderson 25:08; 13-14: 1. Brooke Owen 27:01, 2. Danielle Prieto 27:02, 3. Stephanie Mayo 34:41; 15-19: 1. Mandy Workman 25:11, 2. Tara Tornese 30:44, 3. Susan Fitzpatrick 31:30; 20-24: 1. Traci Phillips 24:00, 2. Leya Roussos 24:24, 3. Laura Kandetzke 29:53; 25-29: 1. Maria Lowery 24:52, 2. Stephanie Gleason 26:38, 3. Courtney Ortiz 26:39; 30-34: 1. Deana Riggs 24:46, 2. Veronica Ghoghos 26:32, 3. Felicia Levy 27:27; 35-39: 1. Michele Sannie 22:38, 2. Ann O'Connell 24:40, 3. Silvia Brown 24:43; 40-44: 1. Jean Schalk 21:15, 2. Fiona Bilodeau 21:36, 3. Kathy Roberts 21:53; 45-49: 1. Donna Logan 22;11, 2. Gail Stevens 23:03, 3. Ann Stemer 23:47; 50-54: 1. Debbie Molina 27:16, 2. Colleen Reese 27:20, 3. Burry Fitzgerald 28:33; 55-59: 1. Gail Beiley 25:49, 2. Ann Bacon 27:04, 3. Button Cook 28:07; 60-64: 1. Judith White 31:28, 2. Arlene Mendell 33:32, 3. Traudi DeGiacomi 35:01; 65-69: 1. Geri Barry 27:44, 2. Johanne Miller 43:32, 3. Barbara Boutin 49:08; 70-74: 1. Sylvia Weiner 30:06, 2. Jocelyn Keegan 55:08, 3. Gen Cordes 55:09; 75-79: 1. Hemaly Metta 35:27, 2. Helen Weiss 37:27, 3. Miriam Gordon 38:22; 80 and over: 1. Lynn Warrick 1:00:09.




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