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May 3, 2004 – One hundred and eight runners participated in the 2004 UBS Carnival Mile on May 1. The first, male finisher was Luis Smith, at five minutes and 19 seconds. The first, female finisher was Aniecia Williams, at 5:44. Winners in age group and categories were as follows:
12 & Under Female
Tynegue Lee 6:55
Shanice James 8:15
Sative Petersen 9:10
12 & Under Male
Dale Greenaway 6:25
McKenzie Shaw 6:38
Akim Frett 6:45
13-19 Female
Charley Charles 5:55
Tykela Lee 7:20
Liz Manier 7:52
13-19 Male
Lincoln Liburd 5:57
Shane Henry 6:01
Clement Williams6:22
20-29 Female
Tiarra Linderman 9:30
Bree Briggs 13:00
Jacinda Palma 13:35
20-29 Male
Derik Briggs 5:30
Ayince Martin 7:11
30-39 Female
Simone Francis 6:51
Kristy Severance 7:13
Maria VanHeurck 7:14
30-39 Male
Bill Thompson 5:29
Bruce Sewer 5:32
Brad Kappel 5:56
40-49 Female
Tammy Waters 6:58
Grace Tuma 7:10
Nancy Murphy 7:35
40-49 Male
Randy Shaw 6:02
Peter Alter 6:05
Nicholas VanHeurck 6:13
50 & Over 50 Female
Gloria Lindquist 7:49
Georgina Febres 8:39
Sandra Kelly 9:13
50 & Over 50 Male
Greg Johnson 5:24
Ted Seymour 6:14
Sydney Rogers 6:18
Other race participants and their times were as follows:
Luis Smith 5:19
Greg Johnson 5:24
Bill Thompson 5:29
Derik Briggs 5:30
Bruce Sewer 5:32
Aniecia Williams 5:44
Charley Charles 5:55
Brad Kappel 5:56
Lincoln Liburd 5:57
Shane Henry 6:01
Randy Shaw 6:02
Peter Alter 6:05
Nicholas VanHeurck 6:13
Ted Seymour 6:14
Sydney Rogers 6:18
Clement Williams 6:22
Angel Josiah 6:24
Dale Greenaway 6:25
Roy Rogers 6:37
McKenzie Shaw 6:38
A'Kim Frett 6:45
Daryl Dodson 6:48
Simone Francis 6:51
Chris Haigh 6:52
Tynequa Lee 6:55
Vince Fuller 6:57
Tammie Waters 6:58
Grace Tuma 7:10
Ayinde Martin 7:11
Johnny Lanahan 7:12
Kristi Severance 7:13
Maria VanHeurck 7:14:23
Melissa King 7:14:41
Harold Phelps 7:15
Lisa Wisehart 7:17
Tykela Lee 7:20
Adrianne Baird 7:21
Nicholas Schmidt 7:28
Matthew Cook 7:29
Fay Hsu 7:30
Celso Vargas 7:30
Nancy Murphy 7:35
Ian Barrows 7:37
Robert Golub 7:38
Debbie Noonan-White 7:39
Cherry Lee 7:40
Bruce White 7:42
Frank Jackson 7:44
Edward Jones 7:49
Carol Lenahan 7:46
Gloria S. Lindquist 7:49
Liz Manier 7:52
Torin Zielenski 7:55
Julia Casazza 7:56
Norma Charles 8:05
Stephanie Jones 8:10
Zan Schmidt 8:11
Joyce Bailey 8:12
Shanice James 8:15
Bob Schmidt 8:30
Georgina Febes 8:39
Rebecca Braham 8:44
William Bailey 8:53
Shep Barrows 8:59
Robert Collins 9:05
Christopher Cillers 9:07
Sativa Petersen 9:10
Sandra Kelly 9:13
William Golub 9:14
Tashiba King 9:15
Lukata Samuel 9:18
Jim Carroll 9:19
Gayle Deller 9:29
Tiarra Linderman 9:30
Monica Turpin 9:37
Frances Lenahan 9:46
Sue Barton 9:52
Ossie Barton 10:40
Kristin Barton 10:41
Akima Augustine 10:42
Rosemarie Moscia 10:44
Rhett Simmonds 10:46
Harry Lenahan 11:01
Kevin Lenahan 11:16
Chase Egger 11:27
Kayla Egger 11:36
Kim Holdsworth 11:37
Penny Druce 11:48
Diane Egger 11:55
Sue Cillers 11:56
Julie Lecuyer 11:57
Annette Cordero 12:21
Lori Thompson 12:22
Bree Briggs 13:00
Talisse Thompson 13:01
Daniel Qualls 13:02
Eleanor Qualls 13:04
Johnathan Qualls 13:06
Brenda Mitchell 13:09
Kevin Qualls 13:11
Melia Cook 13:12
Mike Cook 13:34
Jacinda Palmer 13:35
Iroy Chickttick 17:27
Benita Martin 18:45
Ann Marie Kissel 18:49
Caleb Gumbs 19:13
Carol Mestemaker 23:37
The race was sponsored by UBS, Bellows International, Ltd. and Gallery St. Thomas.

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May 3, 2004 - One hundred and eight runners participated in the 2004 UBS Carnival Mile on May 1. The first, male finisher was Luis Smith, at five minutes and 19 seconds. The first, female finisher was Aniecia Williams, at 5:44. Winners in age group and categories were as follows:
12 & Under Female
Tynegue Lee 6:55
Shanice James 8:15
Sative Petersen 9:10
12 & Under Male
Dale Greenaway 6:25
McKenzie Shaw 6:38
Akim Frett 6:45
13-19 Female
Charley Charles 5:55
Tykela Lee 7:20
Liz Manier 7:52
13-19 Male
Lincoln Liburd 5:57
Shane Henry 6:01
Clement Williams6:22
20-29 Female
Tiarra Linderman 9:30
Bree Briggs 13:00
Jacinda Palma 13:35
20-29 Male
Derik Briggs 5:30
Ayince Martin 7:11
30-39 Female
Simone Francis 6:51
Kristy Severance 7:13
Maria VanHeurck 7:14
30-39 Male
Bill Thompson 5:29
Bruce Sewer 5:32
Brad Kappel 5:56
40-49 Female
Tammy Waters 6:58
Grace Tuma 7:10
Nancy Murphy 7:35
40-49 Male
Randy Shaw 6:02
Peter Alter 6:05
Nicholas VanHeurck 6:13
50 & Over 50 Female
Gloria Lindquist 7:49
Georgina Febres 8:39
Sandra Kelly 9:13
50 & Over 50 Male
Greg Johnson 5:24
Ted Seymour 6:14
Sydney Rogers 6:18
Other race participants and their times were as follows:
Luis Smith 5:19
Greg Johnson 5:24
Bill Thompson 5:29
Derik Briggs 5:30
Bruce Sewer 5:32
Aniecia Williams 5:44
Charley Charles 5:55
Brad Kappel 5:56
Lincoln Liburd 5:57
Shane Henry 6:01
Randy Shaw 6:02
Peter Alter 6:05
Nicholas VanHeurck 6:13
Ted Seymour 6:14
Sydney Rogers 6:18
Clement Williams 6:22
Angel Josiah 6:24
Dale Greenaway 6:25
Roy Rogers 6:37
McKenzie Shaw 6:38
A'Kim Frett 6:45
Daryl Dodson 6:48
Simone Francis 6:51
Chris Haigh 6:52
Tynequa Lee 6:55
Vince Fuller 6:57
Tammie Waters 6:58
Grace Tuma 7:10
Ayinde Martin 7:11
Johnny Lanahan 7:12
Kristi Severance 7:13
Maria VanHeurck 7:14:23
Melissa King 7:14:41
Harold Phelps 7:15
Lisa Wisehart 7:17
Tykela Lee 7:20
Adrianne Baird 7:21
Nicholas Schmidt 7:28
Matthew Cook 7:29
Fay Hsu 7:30
Celso Vargas 7:30
Nancy Murphy 7:35
Ian Barrows 7:37
Robert Golub 7:38
Debbie Noonan-White 7:39
Cherry Lee 7:40
Bruce White 7:42
Frank Jackson 7:44
Edward Jones 7:49
Carol Lenahan 7:46
Gloria S. Lindquist 7:49
Liz Manier 7:52
Torin Zielenski 7:55
Julia Casazza 7:56
Norma Charles 8:05
Stephanie Jones 8:10
Zan Schmidt 8:11
Joyce Bailey 8:12
Shanice James 8:15
Bob Schmidt 8:30
Georgina Febes 8:39
Rebecca Braham 8:44
William Bailey 8:53
Shep Barrows 8:59
Robert Collins 9:05
Christopher Cillers 9:07
Sativa Petersen 9:10
Sandra Kelly 9:13
William Golub 9:14
Tashiba King 9:15
Lukata Samuel 9:18
Jim Carroll 9:19
Gayle Deller 9:29
Tiarra Linderman 9:30
Monica Turpin 9:37
Frances Lenahan 9:46
Sue Barton 9:52
Ossie Barton 10:40
Kristin Barton 10:41
Akima Augustine 10:42
Rosemarie Moscia 10:44
Rhett Simmonds 10:46
Harry Lenahan 11:01
Kevin Lenahan 11:16
Chase Egger 11:27
Kayla Egger 11:36
Kim Holdsworth 11:37
Penny Druce 11:48
Diane Egger 11:55
Sue Cillers 11:56
Julie Lecuyer 11:57
Annette Cordero 12:21
Lori Thompson 12:22
Bree Briggs 13:00
Talisse Thompson 13:01
Daniel Qualls 13:02
Eleanor Qualls 13:04
Johnathan Qualls 13:06
Brenda Mitchell 13:09
Kevin Qualls 13:11
Melia Cook 13:12
Mike Cook 13:34
Jacinda Palmer 13:35
Iroy Chickttick 17:27
Benita Martin 18:45
Ann Marie Kissel 18:49
Caleb Gumbs 19:13
Carol Mestemaker 23:37
The race was sponsored by UBS, Bellows International, Ltd. and Gallery St. Thomas.

Publisher's note : Like the St. Thomas Source now? Find out how you can love us twice as much -- and show your support for the islands' free and independent news voice... click here.