10K, 5K & 1 Mile
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Race headquarters will be at the Logan County Rehabilitation and Wellness Center.
Friday, May 31, 2013
5:00—7:00 pm Registration and packet pick-up Logan County Rehabilitation and Wellness Center
Saturday, June 1, 2013
All Saturday events will be at the Logan County Rehabilitation and Wellness Center
- 7:00—7:45 am Race day registration and packet pick-up for all races.
- 8:00 am: Start of 5K and 10K run/walk
- 8:30 am: Start of 1 mile fun run
- 10:30 am: Awards ceremony
For race questions call or send e-mail to: Shawna Allison at Lg Co Healthcare Foundation 785.672.3663
or call Andrea Hubert at 785.410.3828
14 and under
70 & over
All participants receive a t-shirt. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 in each age group for the 10K and 5K. All participants of the 1 mile will receive a ribbon.
Twin Dress Up:
Participants can find a partner and dress up like twins for the event. A Prize will be awarded for the best overall twin participants. Twin dress optional not required.
5K and 10K
$20 before May 10, 2013, $25 after May 10, 2013
1 Mile Fun Run
$10 before May 10, 2013, $15 after May 10, 2013
All registrations before May 10 will receive a t-shirt on the day of the event. All registrations received after May 17 could possilby receive their t-shirts after the event.
Check or cash accepted. Make checks payable to The Logan County Healthcare Foundation PO Box 21 Oakley, KS 67748
Click here to download the entry form/waiver.
All proceeds from the event will go to the Logan County Healthcare Foundation. To learn more about the Healthcare Foundation, please visit our website @ www.lchcf.org, call us at 672-3663 or contact us.
Conquer The Evil Twins Diet And Exercise
RESULTS OF THE 1ST ANNUAL EVIL TWIN 10K AND 5K RUN
On Saturday, June 2, 2012 in partnership with the grand opening of the Logan County Rehabilitation and Wellness Center, the 1st Annual Evil Twin 10K, 5K, and 1 mile run/walk was held. This event was part of a wellness weekend which sparked the idea of the “evil twin” slogan. Participants were encouraged to conquer the evil twins of diet and exercise and embrace physical activity. One hundred and twenty participants took on that challenge and ran or walked in their choice of the 10K, 5K and 1 mile. Those who registered for the event had the option of finding a twin to dress like. Carrie Weber and Tracy Grace received a gift receipt to the Neighborhood Nook for winning the twin look alike contest. All of the 1 mile participants received a ribbon for completing their event.
The results of the 10 K were as follows: The overall male winner of the 10K was Cory Anderson with a time of 44:43. Winning 1st and 2nd in the male 15 – 19 age group was Andrew Robben and Jantzen Sporer. The 20 – 29 male age group was won by Myles Engel with Brandon McMillian finishing second. The winners of the male 30-39 age were Cory Anderson – 1st, Jason Schmidt – 2nd and Jeff Becker – 3rd.
The overall female winner of the 10K was Hayley Ribordy which also gave her the title of 1st in her age group of 14- 19 with a time of 46:32. The 20 – 29 age group was won by Tori Goetz with Kylie Shoemaker finishing 2nd and Hollie Kuhlman finishing 3rd. Winning the 30-39 age group was Jessica Rush, Michele Hockersmith – 2nd and Danette Peterson took 3rd. Lori Sporer won the age group of 40-49 and Glenda Graham took the honors in the 50 -59 female age group.
The overall male winner in the 5K was Ryan Seiwert with a time of 21:24. The male 5K results are as follows: The 14 and under age group was won by Cole Zimmerman who placed 2nd overall. Preston Nollette was second and Christian Liedholm 3rd in the 14 and under group. Winning the 15 -19 age group was Daniel Grace. The 30-39 age group was won by Ryan Seiwert, Mitch Nollette – 2nd and Jason Robben – 3rd. Jim Millensifer took 1st place honors in the 50-59 age group. Mark Goehring finished 2nd and Dan Weber took 3rd. Tom Depperschmidt was the first to cross the line in the 60-69 age group with Carl Uhrich finishing 2nd. Ed Ludolph finished 1st in the 70-79 age group.
The over female 5K winner was Heather Schneider with at time of 24:12. The female 5K results are as follows: Dakota Rogers won the 14 and under age group. Emily Anderson took 2nd and Molly Anderson took 3rd. Winning the 15 -19 age group was Brooke Ottley, Brianna Ottley – 2nd and Dayna Kuhlman – 3rd. Heather Schneider took 1st in the 20-29 age group with Cynthia Seiwert finishing 2nd and Breanna Broeckelman took 3rd. Carrie Evins won the 30-39 age group, Carrie Weber – 2nd and Michelle Renner – 3rd. Jeanie Rehmer won the 40-49 age group, Tracy Grace was 2nd and Jamie Heskett was 3rd. Darlene Chaput won her age group of 50-59 with Sherri Kuhlman finishing 2nd and Joyce Loftus finishing 3rd. Linda Plummer was the winner of the 60-69 age group with Wanda Uhrich finishing 2nd. All of the winners received a cap and the overall winners of each race received a 3 month membership to the fitness center located at the Rehabilitation and Wellness center.
All of the proceeds of this event benefited the Logan County Healthcare Foundation. The Logan County Healthcare Foundation would like to give a very special thanks to the committee members of Darcy Howard, Aimee Zimmerman, Gerry Baalmann, Lori Sporer, Marcia Kruse, Carrie Weber, and Andrea Hubert. THANK YOU! Also, this event would have not been possible without the many, many volunteers. There were over 60 volunteers that helped out during the event. The foundation gives a huge thank you to the volunteers that gave their time to help make the event possible. Paul Heskett was truly a great asset to the entire day. Thank you Paul! Thank you to the sponsors that either sponsored the golf tournament or the evil twin run. It was a very successful weekend. We look forward to the event next year. Please contact Shawna Allison at the Logan County Healthcare Foundation 785-672-3663 with any questions or to sign up for next year!
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