SOLE SURVIVORS – they survived to run another day.

by coach Bobby Garcia

Evan Kalbacher – 3:45 (Athens, Greece) – his first marathon

SAN ANTONIO MARATHON
Ryan Bane – 3:10:56 (his goal was to run a 3:10)
Trey Axe – 3:46:06 (28 minute PR!)
James Dodds – 3:48:11 (PR)
Daniel Garza – 4:07:40 (PR)
Sarah Stein-Lobovits (4:09)
Melinda Huizar – 4:16:51 (PR)
Marissa Ramirez Stinson – 4:22:14 (first marathon)
Stacey Shapiro – 4:22:37
Alan Stanley – 4:30:43 (first marathon)
Patrick Richter – 4:45:51
Carolyn Gump – 4:49:42
Gary Grambley – 4:57:27
Loretta Guthrie – 5:02:49
Stephen Caruso – 5:08:15
Janet Kirk – 5:19:05
Martha Netwon – 5:41:38

Susan Dumas – 5:09:22 (trained with Carolyn and recently transitioned to my 2012 Austin team)

HALF MARATHON
Molly Blake – 1:53:45
Sarah Casterline – 1:56:02
Will Blake – 1:59
Heather Stanley – 2:08:40
Ginger Bane – 2:10:14
Stephanie Milam: 2:11:04

I AM EXTREMELY PROUD OF MY TEAM!! I have always told my team that there is no “good luck” in running a marathon. You are either ready or you are not. There are ONLY two areas in which “good luck” is in play when running a marathon – (1) you are not injured and (2) you have good weather. San Antonio’s temperatures made it extremely challenging to run 26.2 miles. But, the SOLE SURVIVORS, along with all the other Rogue Running athletes did an excellent job battling the elements.

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