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ARC Mileage Program


April 2017 ……Updated May 7,2017
An unusual month where several runners did not report resulting in an unexpected high in April for the year when their miles were purged. They can get back in next month and that will change the relative comparison among months. For now we will take a high for the year. Among the leaders, an incredible month by Cade Remsburg –407 miles! Including  Boston—changed  the leader  board considerably. Of course with these runners, you never know how much these folks can run. Incredible athletes. Here are our top runners: Elite of the Elite….those runners who are on pace for the Double: 200 miles a month average.
We have 8, same runners as last month:

Remsburg, Cade


Wayman, Meghan


Mahaffey,  Chris


Smith, Bobby


Brewer, Ken


Conroy, Roxana


Barnes, Jeff


Kelley, Robin


Cade and Meghan Wayman, our top lady, took over  the  lead with Chris backing off a bit with a 216 mile month –note that is low for the year for Chris but still enough to qual for the Double.  All runners in this category are building a buffer that will serve them well as summer heat looms.

Following our top 8 runners are 52 more runners who are on pace to earn the 1200.  So 60 Runners. This is the same number as last month but a few different runners notably two Navy  shipmates advancing to the 1200:

Land, Bill


DiMartino, John


Both former Navy frogman Bill L. and Master Chief John D were in the top 3 for MADx2. Now firmly in the 1200, with a  greater than 400  average as of April.

Now in the top 3 for MADx2:

Williams, Bobbie


Key, Scott


Spoon, Robin


Good luck for stepping up the mileage in the merry month of May.

Of our top three MAD Runners from last month, who made the 242 miles required for MADx2?

LaMonica, Rich               


Well done! As mentioned last month: Rich is recovering from rotator cuff injury sustained in Afghanistan a few years ago. He’s an EIGHT time 1200 Miler. Don’t count this soldier out!

Now leading all MAD  runners:

Wapshott, Patty


Miller, Kristi


Rosenbalm, Beth


Both Patty and and Beth were in the top 3 last month.  All 3 advanced  to within a mile or 2 of hitting MADx2, Kristi actually posted a low for the year and moved down to MAD….this tri-athlete was likely swimming and biking more!

Of our top Strivers from last month, who made the MAD cut of 121 miles?

Usry, Amy


Headley, Heather


Ezell, Jim


ALL THREE Picked up the pace to advance to MAD. Well done ladies and Jim!

Now leading all the Strivers:

Livingston, April


Lentz, Cheryl


Elliott, Scott


They will need in the 50 mile range to make the cut. Good luck in May

For our Most Improved we have the same 3 Runners who have doubled their mileage from last year:
Magouyrk, Pamela at 2.03 last year

Stuart, Leah at 2.15 and
Parham, Joe at 3.13

As  stated last  month: If son Joe ends up with the award I will be personally purchasing a second award so we will award TWO Most Improved! Conflict of interest. Can’t have that!

….. Per our bylaws: Most Improved is awarded to the ARC runner whose current year mileage divided by the previous year is highest among all participating in the ARC mileage program. Participation for two full years is required, including ARC membership and monthly reporting for ARC Mileage.

This is our third year for this award. Who will follow in the footsteps of Paige Powers (2015) and Jessica Pontero (2016). Pam, Leah or Joe. All of them deserve  a hearty well done!

To all runners at the top of the categories, AND everybody else, may you all first and foremost stay healthy in 2017 and

 Run Like a Kid, Report Like a Pro!

Alphabetical 2017
Award Levels 2017

To join the ARC Mileage Program, just Email me ( with your mileage  in the first week by the 7th of each month.  Books are closed PROMPTLY on the 7th, usually in the AM and a narrative summary of the month is then published.

As long as you are a valid member and report EVERY month, your miles count.  After joining, if you miss a month, you can retroactively report your miles up to 3 months and remain in the program.  Just Email me and report EVERY month with your mileage. Prompt reporting is appreciated.

What miles count?: Walking, Running, Treadmill and Elliptical.  Basically any miles achieved during a session with running/walking being the main purpose will be counted toward the mileage program totals.  Running/walking as a byproduct of another activity such as basketball, soccer, football, baseball, shopping do not count.

 All who report EVERY Month will be awarded the following:

MAD (mile a day): Anniston Runners Club Socks

Two a Day ( 730 Miles):  Anniston Runners Club Tech Visor

1200 Miles :  Jacket with patch first year achieved and merit patch each year thereafter.  

All will be awarded at our Banquet in January. See you there!

Data for runners are shown in the links above. Check for accuracy. 

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