RUN THE TRADITIONAL CENTENNIAL THANKSGIVING   DAY “5 MILE” RACE

1907 - 2013

New Orleans Athletic Club

106th ANNUAL TURKEY DAY RACE

A Historic Race Benefiting Local Charities Since 1986

 Spina Bifida Association of Greater New Orleans and  New Orleans City Park

November 28, 2013

 

 

 

2011 Race Results

New Orleans Athletic Club

104th ANNUAL TURKEY DAY RACE

November 24, 2011

Tad Gormley Stadium, City Park, New Orleans, LA

Click here for race results   http://www.runnotc.org/results/2011/turkeyday.html

 

        A record field starts the 5 mile race.

Pat Gavin, first overall male finisher. 

Sarah Skotty, first overall female finisher.

 

Place Male Age Time Overall Female Age Time Overall
Overall Open
1 Pat Gavin 28 25:11 1 Sarah Skotty 28 28:16 1
2 Matt Manning 31 25:41 2 Megan Gohres 25 30:32 2
3 Mark Mendrek-Laske 22 25:58 3 Kate Accardo 26 31:05 3
Overall Youth (15-Under)
1 Carlos Zervigon 13 29:41 34 Hailey Shore 13 37:30 64
Overall Masters (40-Over)
1 Paul Thiels 48 28:50 25 Caroline Smith 40 32:25 7
Overall Grandmasters (50-Over)
1 Phil Jones 56 19:27 27 Barbarba Gubbins 51 33:05 13
Overall Seniors (60-Over)
1 Kenny Mire 62 32:48 84 Tillie Clark 64 49:10 370
Overall Legends (70-Over)
1                
Overall Racewalkers
1 David Bozant       Anne Marie St. Clair 51    
2 Tank 57     Jane Phelps 65    
NOAC Members
1                

 

 

Top Ten Half-Mile Finishers

The start of the half mile race. Half milers approach the finish line. Half milers approach the finish line.
Place Male Age Time Overall Female Age Time Overall
Overall Open
1 Richard Kee 15   1 Lucy Bernick 11   1
2 Aidan Roberts 11   2 Jourdan Keen 14   2
3 Brett Balser 13   3 Madison Artigues 14   3
4 James Keen Jr. 30   4 Julie Boudreaux 11   4
5 Brandon Poplin 11   5 Hannah Bernick 14   5
6 Ethan Katz 9   6 Avery B 8   6
7 Henry Murphy 8   7 Samantha Campbell 8   7
8 James Hale 19   8 Syndie Campbell 10   8
9 Matthew Busenlener 8   9 Ashley Williams 14   9
10 Don Boudreaux 46   10 Emma Robert 9   10

Race Director: Billie Sloss, New Orleans Track Club
 

Benefiting the Spina Bifida of Greater New Orleans

The 104th Annual Turkey Day Race proved to be historical in more ways than one. Record numbers turned out for the Thanksgiving Day tradition of getting in their run before the feast. Temperatures in the 50's, a slight breeze and not a cloud in the sky brought out 2843 runners for the annual 5 mile and half mile races.

Pat Gavin of Louisiana Running Company, who helped sponsor the race, and Sarah Skotty, running for Southern Runner, defended their titles for the third consecutive year. Pat finished in 25:11 and Sarah finished in 28:16. Second overall male and female were Matt Manning in 25:41 and Megan Gohres in 30:32. Third overall was Mark Mendrek-Laske in 25:58 and Kate Accardo 31:05. The top two race walkers were David Bozant and Tank for the men and Anne Marie St. Clair and Jane Phelps for the women. The overall winners of the half mile were Richard Kee and Lucy Bernick.

Thanks to our sponsors: Louisiana Running Company, Kentwood Springs Water, Crescent Crown Distributors, and Abita Brewing Company. And thanks to our volunteers. So many of you gave your time and effort to helping make this event a success.

For more race photos visit the NOTC Facebook page. Complete results will be available within 1-2 weeks of the race date.

Questions or comments about these results? Contact results@runNOTC.org.

 

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Spina Bifida of Greater New Orleans

 

Established in 1907, The New Orleans Athletic Club "Turkey Day Race" is one of the oldest and continuously held non-marathon races in the United States.  Since 1986, the race proceeds have benefited charities in our local community.

 

Since 1907 the Turkey Day Race has established a rich tradition and heritage among runners throughout the South. 

 

 

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Thursday, November 28, 2013

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