2010 Spring Crawler Meet: Ducks fly by competition in record setting Spring Medley

In come behind fashion,, the Ducks dominated the Co-Ed Sprint Medley, finishing in record time in 5:05.  Tigers were 2nd in 5:21, followed by Turkeys in 5:40.

Herbert brothers, Jake and Ted, dominate all events.  Jake won the shot by putting the bocce ball ‘super far’, and his brother, Ted, with an endless resource of energy, wins 3200,1600, and 800.  In the first two races, he drafted carefully behind Andre. 

In women’s competiton, Lauren G benefits from perfect drafting off Irish pacer, Martin, to set record 3200 as she gets ready for Boston.  Melissa W takes a brief break from all the trail running and wins super fast 1600 and 800.

Finally, huge thank you to Patrick for being the race starter, time, and record keeper!  Tom Donnelly would have been proud. 

Great times had by all!

Below are our results! 

3200 Meters:

Ted: 10:30 (Crawlers Record, previous from last summer 10:56)

Andy: 10:31

Sam: 10:56

Charlie: 11:28

Ben: 11:29

Lauren G: 13:30 (Crawler Record, in the summer she ran 13:48)

Martin: 13:30

1600 Meters:

Ted: 4:42 (Crawlers record)

Andre: 4:51

Brad: 5:20

Gareth: 5:47

Aaron: 5:58

Jake: 6:02

Andy: 6:10

Melissa: 6:21 (Crawlers Record)

Annie: 6:39

Margaret: 6:42

Charlotte: 6:46

Stephanie: 6:47

Lauren G: 6:55

Lauren M: 7:17

800 Meters:

Ted: 2:19 (Crawlers Record)

Brad: 2:29

Charlie: 2:30

Ben: 2:32

Sam: 2:41


Gareth: 2:49

Jake: 2:52

Andy: 2:54

Martin: 2:58

Melissa: 3:03

Lauren G: 3:14

Stephanie: 3:24

Co-Ed Sprint Relay:

Ducks: 5:05 (Crawler record; previous record Tigers 5:31)

Tigers: 5:21

Turkeys: 5:40

Shot Put:

Jake: Super far

Everyone else: Not as far


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