Alaska Mountains
Race Results 2022 & 2021
Spring Marathons & Half Marathons

Seattle versus Portland 3K     June 11, 2022
    Seattle defeats Portland 104-106 (low score wins)

    First 10 finishers for each team score; men started 81 sec after     women
In an epic battle, Team Seattle edged Team Portland by a mere 2 points! The event consists of 14 team members, with 10 to score, cross country style. It is tremendously exciting, and full of uncertainty right to the end. (And, as it turned out, beyond! Portland was initially declared the victor, until more calculating heads - Mark Bloudek with an assist from Jonathon Bermudez - prevailed.) The women began a lap before the men; Amelia Keyser-Gibson jumped out to an early lead and Ashley Maton moved into second. Then the men began and Tom Anderson took a decisive lead; it was just a question of how many women he would catch. He finally caught Amelia in the last 50 yards. But, as you can see from the score, this was a total team effort! With a 1-2 finish and with Tyler Van Dooren, Michael Kolor and Calahan Warren running under 8:30 (a time that ususally wins), you would think that would put us well ahead. But Portland was a more than worthy opponent, going 3-4-5-6-7 to take the lead! It was actually our second five of Allison Dorr, Rachel Brown, James Stadler, Chris Drozynski, and Tom Mikkelson, all of whom set personal bests, who secured the win. Fantastic racing on both sides, only decided when our tenth runner crossed the line. Portland still had two runners yet to finish, adding 19 and 20 points to their score. A huge thanks to all of our runners who gave it their all, as eleven of fourteen set personal bests!

Notable Miscellaneous Results, 2022

Beat the Bridge     May 14, 2022
    1,320 finishers


Eugene Marathon & Half Marathon     May 1, 2022
    2,023 finishers in marathon, 2,930 finishers in half


Boston Marathon
    April 18, 2022

Tenacious 10K
    April 9, 2022

Club Northwest 10 Miler
    3/27/22

St Paddy's Day Dash
    3/13/22

Lake Sammamish Half Marathon
    March 5, 2022

PNTF 10K Championship
    Magnuson Park, December 18, 2021

National Crosscountry Championships
    Tallahassee FL, December 11, 2021
Team Scores:
    Open Men 9th; Open Women 16th
    Masters Men 40s 11th; 50s 4th; 60s 7th
    Masters Women 40s 3rd; 50s 4th; 60s 2nd
Go to race highlights                     Full race results here
Club Nationals Highlights
Club Northwest fielded 8 teams, who overcame heat and humidity to earn high honors at the Club National Crosscountry Championships.
Tom Anderson (5th) and Miler Haller (12th) led CNW open men to 9th place, only the third time in the past 8 years that CNW men have finished in the top 10. Other top 10 teams were Men 50s (4th), Men 60s (7th - note that their team included two 70 year-olds!), Women 40s (3rd), Women 50s (4th), and Women 60s (2nd). Honerable mention to Men 40s, finishing 11th.
First CNW woman was Emily Peterson. The fastest CNW Men master was David Simmons; among CNW Women masters, the fastest was Megan Heuer, who was the 5th overall master.
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Fall Marathons & Half Marathons, 2021

USATF NW Regional Crosscountry Championship
   Portland, OR, November 20, 2021
Women were 2nd, behind Bellingham Distance Project and ahead of Red Lizard (team scores 32, 40, 49); 17 clubs, 95 finishers.
Men were 1st, edging Jacuzzi Boys 28 to 30; 27 clubs, 144 finishers.
40s men finished 3rd behind Bowerman and Red Lizard (28, 47, 51). 50s men were 1st ahead of Bowerman.
    Full race results here

PNTF Crosscountry Championship
    November 6, 2021
Rainy, 48 deg. CNW Open Men's and Open Women's teams won handily; top 5 got $$. CNW swept all the masters' divisions.    Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers!

Bill Roe Classic (Western Washington Invite)
    October 9, 2021

Women were 2nd out of 10 teams, behind 11th-ranked Simon Fraser. Men were 4th out of 11 teams, behind 5th-ranked Chico State, WWU, and Simon Fraser.

Emerald City Invitational Crosscountry
    September 19, 2021

Skagit Flats Half Marathon     September 12, 2021

CNW Fall Half Marathon     September 4, 2021

PNTF 5K Road Championship     July 4, 2021

Carnation Run for the Pies     July 4, 2021

Evergreen Half Marathon & 5 Miles     June 19, 2021

Seattle versus Portland 3K     May 29, 2021

Club Northwest Track Meet #3     May 22, 2021

Club Northwest Half Marathon     May 16, 2021

Club Northwest Track Meet #2     May 8, 2021

Cedar River 12K     May 1, 2021

Club Northwest Track Meet #1     April 24, 2021

Woodinville 10 Miler     April 18, 2021

The Woodinville Ten Miles featured warm weather and some really fast times. The men's field was led by the amazing master runner David Simmons in 53:19, with Luke Martin and Tyler Flannery finishing in second and third, and leading a group of seven men who ran under 55 minutes. Sophie Liu, fresh off her second place at the Carmel Marathon, had a decisive win in 57:31, with Sally Crowther a strong second and Talia Ruxin in third. The master's men rocked, with 40s masters Simmon's win, Geoffrey Njonjo under 55 minutes, and Jeff Hashimoto and Ben Sauvage leading a deep field of 50 year olds. We had generous help from our wonderful volunteers: Mark Bloudek with course set up, Saul Kinderis at the turnaround, Helen Sherk taking photos, Claire DeVoe and David Longmuir at the water stations, Matt Huerta on the lead bike, and Laura Goodfellow, Acy Roff, Jamin King, and Colleen Engle helping with timing, runner support and water at the finish. Thanks to all!

Green River 5K III     April 3, 2021

Lake Stevens 10K     March 20, 2021

St. Paddy's Day Dash     March 14, 2021

Virtual Marathon Relay #4     March 7, 2021
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
Leg ratings M= moderate, H= hard, VH = very hard, EXT = extreme

    It was an almost perfect day for Virtual Marathon Relay 4. That is, the weather was decent enough to race but rainy enough now and then to suppress the crowds. It was an exciting race as The Hypoxic Five edged Time Wounds All Heels by a scant 12 seconds, 2:42:39 to 2:42:51! All the teams were pretty evenly seeded and they all came close to matching their predicted seed times. Among open runners, the top individual performances were turned in by Hannah Westra (Team Scrambled Legs, Leg 5) and Evan Hardy (Team mRNA 1273 Fan, Leg 3). Top masters performances were turned in by supermasters (in every sense!) Gail Hall (Team Antivirus, Leg 1) and David Simmons (Team On Time, Under Budget, Leg 5), who had the fastest time of the day. So many other runners had great efforts, as they succeeded in matching or bettering their seed times.
    Special thanks to Mark Bloudek, mister Swiss-Army Knife, for his conception of this race, his implementation and organization, and, on top of all that, manning an exchange point! A huge thanks to all of our volunteers, without whom we would be lost (probably literally!): Mark, Emmet, Sheridan, Saul and Deborah (yes, after racing her leg). And we want to thank once again, Helen Sherk and Alison and Mark Mandi for taking great action photos along the course. You all made this a grand success!

Notable Miscellaneous Results, 2020-2021

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