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by TED S. McGREGOR JR. & r & & r &


In our Bloomsday Souvenir Results Booklet, we failed to list the top 25 finishers among women ages 75-79. The listing in the booklet, titled 70-79, was actually only for ages 70-74. The 75-79 finishers are listed here:





1 1:04:19, June Machala


2 1:15:01, Eileen Fawcett


3 1:33:51, Thelma Yasuhara


4 1:38:01, Marian Thackray


5 1:39:24, Betty Bowers


6 1:42:41, Mira Anzalone


7 1:45:53, Virginia Giesa


8 1:46:20, Eileen Epler


9 1:49:11, Betsy Pearson


10 1:49:12, Peggy Burt


11 1:52:36, Toshiko Cole


12 1:55:55, Inge Hendron


13 1:58:10 , Donna Larson


14 1:58:25, Betty Ellis


15 2:01:11, Betty Krous


16 2:01:26, Gladys Engen


17 2:02:02, Joan O'Brien


18 2:02:20, Janna Pontieri


19 2:03:21, Dorothy Damrell


20 2:04:14, Jane Hilleary


21 2:04:36, Patricia Shanks


22 2:04:43, Betty Fullmer


23 2:05:17, Rita Cordrey


24 2:06:55, Marjorie Keehnen


25 2:07:28, Charlotte Hare





We also failed to list a few of the wheelchair finishers. Here they are, with order of finish and time:





Men's Open


16 45:06, Chris Kohler,


Palm Springs, CA


17 45:07, Michael Mills, Marietta, GA


18 47:39, Marcelo Ordaz-Cruz,


Crystal, MN


19 53:08, Corey Hartgrave,


Grants Pass, OR


20 55:54, Wesley Bergin,


Carlsbad, CA





Masters


6 43:24, Matthew Davis,


Bowling Green, KY


7 45:43, Tom McCurdy, Pocatello





T-2 Quad


6 58:18, Chad Hebel, Plano, TX


7 1:07:08, Mia Ives-Rublee, Greensboro, NC


8 1:13:48, David Watts, Chattaroy





Finally, a few of you have pointed out that we published a photo from 2006 on the cover of the booklet. This is true, and the reason is that due to our deadlines, we have to send the outer cover to our printer during the week before Bloomsday. The photo was taken by Pat Kennedy at the 2006 Elite Men's starting line.





You can still pick up your Souvenir Results Booklet at The Inlander offices, 1020 W. Riverside, or at Bloomsday headquarters, 1610 W. Riverside, or check results online at www.bloomsdayrun.org.
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