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BRADBURY AND HARPER TAKE LAST RACE OF CENTURY

Kent Bradbury and Theresa Harper had the honor of winning the last road race of the century in the Virgin Islands Saturday at the Cane Bay 5 Mile Road Race.
Bradbury was the victor over Lawrence Lockhart, a 1998 St.Croix Educational Complex graduate and top cross-country runner at Alabama State University in his freshmen year. Their times were 29 minutes and 14 seconds and 29 minutes and 37 seconds respectively. Leopold Federicks was third in 32:16.
Theresa Harper had an impressive win over a strong women's field of runners she had previously followed to the finish. Her time was 35 minutes and 11 seconds.
Bradbury now leads in the men's category of the 4 race Run Like the Wind Road Race Series with one first place and two second place finishes. Harper is in a three-way tie with Rachel Witty and Evelise Gomez.
The Finishers Male: 1.Kent Bradbury 29:14.24; 2. Lawrence Lockhart 29:37.43; 3.
Leopold Fredericks 32:16.08; 4. Kevin Cummins 35:31.37; 5. Teddy Seymour 35:57.26; 6. Gunnar Sanden 36:39.58; 7. Will Franks 37:43.37; 8. Kevin Burton 38:38.34; 9. Rey Ruiz 40:27.45; 10. Merill Turner 41:16.88; 11.Van Wood 42:32.17; 12. Eric Hutchins 42:32.17; 13. Luis A. Gomez 48:28.63.
TheFinishers Female: 1. Theresa Harper 35:11.16; 2. Jo Shim 36:46.78; 3. Rachel Witty 37:33.79; 4. Shelly Anderson 41:11.29; 5. Dulcie Crowther 42:24.58; 6. Denise Blanchette 46:58.87; 7. Elena Shaubah 46:59.11.
The next race on the V.I. Pace runners schedule is the First Marathon Relay Road Race of the Century, January 2. For more information call V.I. Pace Runners 777-0258 of visit www.virginislandspace.org

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