2011 Racers

Over the past two weekends several East Nastys went out to compete in races, both locally and nationally. Basically, we are slowly beginning to take over the whole running world. This week’s ENOW write-up is dedicated to all of you out there who participated and completed your races. This group runs so much I think it is easy to forget our own accomplishments, whether it is finishing your 4th half marathon, running a new 5K, setting a new PR for yourself, or even just running for enjoyment, it is all an achievement!

So that being said, here are a couple of pictures and race times from some of the East Nastys over the past couple of weeks. ENJOY!



Country Music Results: 2011


Laura Vilines 2:02:59

Amberlie Silva 2:02:42

Meg Willoughby 2:14:00

Erin Rehel 1:59:27

Brittany Endres 2:13:54

Elizabeth Morse 2:02:17

Kristen Heggie 2:12:06

Sarah Brown: 1:56:05

MargaretJones 1:42:48

Sara Spencer chip time 2:44:54 *Garmin time of 2:38:23. “Darn bathroom lines ruin everything”

Marianda Jewell  -  1:54:21

Heidi Wilson 2:55:18

Alexa Hinton 1:22:29 (placed 2nd out of all the women!!!)

Alexis Hoag 1:58:57

Bernadette Doykos - 2:12:38

Courtney Terrell 1:26:10 (placed 5th out of all the women!!!)

Christina Young (FULL) 4:41:40

Mary Beth Hettinger 2:13:23 Margaret Hettinger 2:13:24

Erica Tober: Not proud of her time and does not want to share

And over in California:

**Marie Winget (FULL) 3:57:43 (who ran BIG SUR and needed some medical attention afterwards)




Chey Price – 1:52:50

Gunjan 2:07:55

Brian Gilson: (FULL) 2:54:15

Alex Kennedy 1:20:35 (THAT IS WAY FAST!!!!!)

Kevin Christian 1:26:11

Andrew Dunn (FULL) 4:20:53

Drew Jones 1:43:50

Zac Barnett - 01:41:32

Scott Ramsden - 1:47:52

Mark Miller 1:41:33

Eric Snider 1:39:22

JP Cowan 1:47:54

Graham Stoner (FULL) 3:59:24

**Will Arnold and Justin Keller ran the Strolling Jim Ultra Marathon in Wartrace, TN. They both finished in under 7 hours!




There were also a large number of East Nastys cheering their friends on, handing out water at mile 19, and even helping pace their fellow runners. It is so important that we continue building our community outlook among Nashville, and spreading the positive spirit we have for running whenever we get the chance. Keep up the good work!

Next week we will get back to a selected individual for ENOW, but now feel free to bask in the collective glory!