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Masters Runners Take Titles in UVI 5K Run/Walk

March 13, 2005 – Marlon Williams, four-time Olympian and now a masters competitor, led the field of more than 60 runners and walkers to the finish line in the fourth annual UVI/Queen Mary Highway 5K Run/Walk on March 11.
Moving out east on Queen Mary Highway to the "Avenue of Palms," Williams reached the finish line on the St. Croix Campus of the University of the Virgin Islands with a time of 17 minutes and 36 seconds. Paul Erickson took second in 19:07 and Mike Klein was third in 19:11. Errol Chichester was the first UVI alumnus male with a time of 22:33 and Ephraim Rodriques was the first UVI male employee in 24:19.
Country Day School Spanish teacher Theresa Harper, two-time medalist in the Central America and Caribbean Cross-Country Championships and also a masters competitor, continued her winning ways, leading the women across the finish line in 21 minutes and 1 second. Tisha Distad took second in 22:23 and Earthla Augustin was third and the first UVI alumna female in 23:12. Jennifer Spillman was the first UVI female employee in 24:34.
The event celebrates the anniversary of the founding of the University of the Virgin Islands, and this year kicked off UVI's 2005 Charter Week celebrating UVI's 43rd anniversary. The event was hosted by UVI's St. Croix Campus and organized by The Virgin Islands Pace Runners.
The Finishers Male:
1. Marlon Williams 17:36
2. Paul Erickson 19:07
3. Mike Klein 19:11
4. *Errol Chichester 22:23
5. Kamal Russell 23:55
6. Chris Combie 24:04
7. Terrence Nelson 24:10
8. Ray Lutz 24:11
9. **Ephraim Rodriquez 24:19
10. Mike Hill 24:42
11. Alexander Elizee 25:34
12. Stuart Ketcham 26:11
13. Jay Wiltshire 27:02
14. Warren Mosler 29:41
15. Mervin Mills 33:37
16. No Name 35:20
17. Oliver David 38:30
18. Marthius Clavier 40:48 tie: David Capriola 40:48
19. Paul Abney 40:53
20. Eric Douglas 43:28
21. Clement Hewlett 44:00
22. Joel Tutein 45:32
23. Ralph Cook 47:26
24. Rupert Pelle 47:33
25. David Gould 47:40
26. Kofi Boateng 49:45
*First UVI Alumnus male
**First UVI Employee Male
The Finishers Female:
1. Theresa Harper 21:01
2. Tisha Distad 22:23
3. *Earthla Augustin 23:12
4. **Jennifer Spillman 24:34
5. Elizabeth O'Tool 29:41
6. Marcia Spencer 29:48
7. Claudina Jones 31:39
8. Crystal Augustin 33:38
9. Letitia Henry 34:40
10. Jerraine Wynter 35:20
11. Carla Henry-Lewis 38:57
12. Ann McDougal 42:52
13. Jennifer Jackson 43:01
14. Sylvanie Javois 43:01
15. Therese Hodge 43:23
16. Valerie Combie 44:36 tie: Carol Mc Curdy 44:36.
17. Shana Jno Fin 43:33
18. Rita Velasques 45:51
19. Wenda Stephenson 46:27
20. Genitta Richards 46:33
21. Charmaine Akers-Hewlett 47:31
22. Edina White 47:32
23. Edith Longe 47:51
24. Maria Friday 49:05
25. Mary Provost 49:35
26. Sue Divaio 49:36
27. Summer Harris 49:42
28. Weena McFarlane 50:00
29. Chanel Richards 56:48
30. Onage Chanie 56:20
31. Fatima Shafquat 56:46
32. Eastlyn Theobbles 56:51
33. Evannie Jermiah 57:45
*UVI Alumna Female
**First UVI Employee Female

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