Austin 2011 – Rogue Results


The 2011 Austin Marathon and Half Marathon was a tough, tough race. The course is always a challenge, but the warm, humid, windy weather made for a faaaar less-than-ideal race day. Despite the conditions, hundreds of Rogues got out there, hung in there and fought all the way to the end – many even set PRs!

As always, we are extremely proud of all of you and would like to say a big “thank you” for representing Rogue so well – race results are being collected as coaches send them in, and here is what we’ve got so far:

Chris McClung’s Austin Marathon group:
Mo Oaxaca – 3:09 (PR)
Heather Brondy – 3:48 (PR)
Arnold Estrada – 3:55 (1st marathon)
Rusty Cloyes – 3:58
Jen Cantu – 4:00 (PR)
Laura Reichel – 4:04 (1st marathon)
Luigi Gallicchio – 4:05 (1st marathon)
Bob Knipe – 4:09 (1st marathon)
Gabriel Ornelas – 4:17
Becky Gordy – 4:27 (PR)
Tracie Matysik – 4:28 (PR)
Kerry Wiles – 4:38
Katie Alfredo – 4:49
Dustin Howell – 5:01 (1st marathon)
Lily Laux – 5:01 (PR)
Richard Bondi – 5:05 (PR)
John Thomas – 5:11
Tammany Williams – 5:22 (1st marathon)
Jessica Ewing – 5:23
Lindsay East – 5:54 (1st marathon)

Bobby Garcia’s Austin Marathon group (Sole Survivors):
Brooks Allen – 4:28:24
Lia Almeida – 3:47:21
Mary Wommack Barton – 4:04:28
Mary Bisheh – 5:45:18
Will Blake – 4:24:47
Stephen Caruso – 5:15:42
Sarah Casterline – 4:28:49
Chris Chuter – 4:06:50
Lou Clark – 4:44:07
Pragati Desai – 5:07:32
Nora Douglas – 4:28:15
Minh Duong – 3:44:55
Cameron Gage – 4:44:58
Daniel Garza – 3:40:52
Mary Rose Getschow – 4:04:28
Wynn Gordy – 4:31:32
Carolyn Gump – 4:21:39
Briana Huntsberger – 4:11:07
Angela Jenkins – 5:21:26
Soo Lee-Spaw – 4:09:52
Erica Llewellyn – 4:50
Rory Llewellyn – 5:38:09
Monica Mcalister – 5:29:37
Layne Parker – 5:39:25
Barry Peterson – 4:09:46
Jonathan Phillippe – 4:19:22
Amy Quinones – 4:23:55
Maria Resendiz – 5:32:18
Jen Ritchie – 5:12:04
Stacey Shapiro – 4:19:11
Jan Slagter – 4:44:59
Amanda Tyler – 4:55:53
Kimberly Theel – 5:36:57
Jeff Wilkinson – 4:47
Helen Yee – 3:47:46
James Dodds – 3:48:55

Allison Macsas’ Dallas/Zooma group (training run – half marathon):
Emily Benson: 2:22:58
Debbie Allen: 2:12:20
Yung Follis: 3:16:23
Priscilla Macias: 2:27:49
Sarah Pilkington: 3:19:28
Jade Wexler: 2:10:13
Claudia Arniella: 2:05:09

Lorrie Council’s Austin Half group:
Erin Tsukamoto – 2:08:28
Nataraj Hariharan – 2:26:17
Carlene Townley – 2:39:33
Emily Phillips – 2:43:30
Susie Yuill – 2:43:30
Marion Martin – 2:49:42
Sirsha Chatterjee – 2:55:15
Vira Vielmann – 2:55:33

Carolyn Mangold’s Austin Half group:
Thomas Tobler – 1:55
Austin McKee – 2:08
Adeline Chu – 2:33
Lana Estess – 2:09
Saira John – 2:34
Chelsea McKee – 2:36
Lia Scottino – 2:32
Suzanne Tobias – 2:23
Valori McMillen – 2:41
Denise Ewers – 2:35
Shelley MacAllister – 2:55

Josh Baker’s Austin Marathon/Half group:
Full Marathon
Jess Chiluk – 5:08:26
Tim Ruggles – 6:26:34
Glenora Ruggles – 6:16:35

Half Marathon
Jen Wicka – 2:43:02
Dave Marquardt – 1:58:06
Amy Gore – 3:01:53

Paul Salazar’s Austin Marathon/Half group:
Full Marathon
Stacey Shapiro- 4:19
AnneMarie Read – 4:57
Daniel Sanchez – 4:25
Christina Denmark- 4:13
Doug Wright- 4:27
Melinda Huizar- 4:30

Half Marathon
Erin Webb – 2:20
Delphine Aime- 1:56
Elizabeth Johnston- 2:20
Leslie Sheiner- 2:01
Ron Cantrell- 2:19
Stephanie Nelson – 2:23
Bryan Weston- 2:00

Nedra Bray’s Half Marathon group:
John Davis – 2:32:24
Lauren Hutton Bibighaus – 2:45:59
Claire Moore – 2:01:55
Julia Parmenter – 2:37:24
LISE PLANTIER – 1:47:48
Alan Stanley – 2:00:05
Lena Tortorelli – 2:46:27

This post will be updated as we receive results from your coaches, but feel free to comment with your own results and/or recaps of your experience!

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3 thoughts on “Austin 2011 – Rogue Results

  1. This was my first marathon & I had the time of my life! I couldn’t stop smiling for the last five miles and felt like I flew across the finish line. Much thanks to Rogue and my coach, Amy Anderson, for the fantastic training!

    Time: 3:58.09 (1st marathon …and a PR too as far as I’m concerned)

  2. Excellent coaching, great day to race and have so much fun at it. This was my first Marathon, only three weeks after running my first Half Marathon. Thanks Amy… twice!
    Austin Marathon 3:49:11 – ING Miami Half Marathon 1:44:32

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