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LOCKHART, HARPER CLINCH ROAD RACE SERIES

St. Croix saw a weekend filled with track and field events, with the running of the Flight 64 Four Mile Road Race early Sunday morning and the March Madness Track & Field Meet at the St. Croix Educational Complex on Saturday.
The road race was the final race in the Virgin Islands Pace Runners "Run Like The Wind" Road Race Series. Lawrence Lockhart put his track speed to work in completing the four-mile out-and-back course near the Henry Rohlsen Airport in 22 minutes and 27 seconds. The race followed his performances on Saturday in the March Madness Track and Field meet where he won the 1,500 meters, the 800 meters, finished second in the 400 meters and ran a fine third leg in the 4 X 100 relay.
Lockhart plans to enter is second year of college in the fall. Leopold Fredericks finished the airport run in second, chopping a minute off his 23:25 of last year. Third was Jabari Goodwin in 26:51; James Whitehurst was fourth and equaling his time of last year in 28:23; Gunnar Sanden fifth in 29:59; Reuben Gomez was sixth in 31:52; Ray Lutz was seventh in 322:59; Ray Ruiz, in his first race after the St. Croix Marathon, was eighth in 37:54; J'Kendai Goodwin was ninth in 37:59.
Theresa Harper took first place in the four-miler to become the series champion with a time of 27:57. The race was her final tune-up for the Shamrock Marathon in Virginia Beach, Virginia next weekend. Jo Shim took second place with a time of 28:29. Jawana Goodwin was another one of the seven athletes in the race including her sister, J'Kiwa, brothers Jabari, Junuru and J'Kinde along with Xiamara Gomez and her brother Reuben Gomez, who competed in a number of events in Saturday's track meet. She finished third Sunday in 33:42; Xiamara was fourth in 35:07; J'Kiwa was fifth in 33:44.
The next V.I. Pace Runners race is the 18th Annual National Library Week – Run To Your Library on April 7 at 6 a.m., registration is at the Florence Williams Public Library in Christiansted.

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St. Croix saw a weekend filled with track and field events, with the running of the Flight 64 Four Mile Road Race early Sunday morning and the March Madness Track & Field Meet at the St. Croix Educational Complex on Saturday.
The road race was the final race in the Virgin Islands Pace Runners "Run Like The Wind" Road Race Series. Lawrence Lockhart put his track speed to work in completing the four-mile out-and-back course near the Henry Rohlsen Airport in 22 minutes and 27 seconds. The race followed his performances on Saturday in the March Madness Track and Field meet where he won the 1,500 meters, the 800 meters, finished second in the 400 meters and ran a fine third leg in the 4 X 100 relay.
Lockhart plans to enter is second year of college in the fall. Leopold Fredericks finished the airport run in second, chopping a minute off his 23:25 of last year. Third was Jabari Goodwin in 26:51; James Whitehurst was fourth and equaling his time of last year in 28:23; Gunnar Sanden fifth in 29:59; Reuben Gomez was sixth in 31:52; Ray Lutz was seventh in 322:59; Ray Ruiz, in his first race after the St. Croix Marathon, was eighth in 37:54; J'Kendai Goodwin was ninth in 37:59.
Theresa Harper took first place in the four-miler to become the series champion with a time of 27:57. The race was her final tune-up for the Shamrock Marathon in Virginia Beach, Virginia next weekend. Jo Shim took second place with a time of 28:29. Jawana Goodwin was another one of the seven athletes in the race including her sister, J'Kiwa, brothers Jabari, Junuru and J'Kinde along with Xiamara Gomez and her brother Reuben Gomez, who competed in a number of events in Saturday's track meet. She finished third Sunday in 33:42; Xiamara was fourth in 35:07; J'Kiwa was fifth in 33:44.
The next V.I. Pace Runners race is the 18th Annual National Library Week – Run To Your Library on April 7 at 6 a.m., registration is at the Florence Williams Public Library in Christiansted.