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 CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE PARTICIPANTS!

The World's Longest Oceanfront Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Atlantic Beach south to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet.

 
2013 Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay -- 2/9/2013 THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEER RACE OFFICIALS: Tracy, John, Ken, Dory, and Pat, who spend the day checking-in and then monitoring the runners and bikers as they progress down 35 miles of beach. Without the generosity of these volunteers, this race could not exist. Thanks for your patience waiting for the results to be posted, while we solved some problems accessing our website.

JETTY-2-JETTY 2013 -- THE YEAR OF THE WOMEN

Jennifer McElroy, Krystie Martinez, and Kathryn Buscemi are runners to watch! Jennifer had a time of 5:01:55 and was the first solo overall finisher this year. Although a couple of the larger relay teams finished ahead of her, she actually beat two of the relay teams to the line. All three women solo runners completed the entire 35 miles of J2J ahead of any of the solo men this year. Coleman Gentry won First Place in the solo men's race, in a time of 5:57:52, followed by Bill Fail. In Relay competition, Team Sole Mates, a 5-person coed team, returned and ran about 15 minutes faster than last year, but it was not enough to pass the men from Team Bad Intentions Part Deux, who completed the distance in 4:22:33. Team Surf Runners and Team Wrecked'Em traded places on and off during the race down the beach, but in the end, Surf Runners prevailed.

The weather was cool and there was a light breeze from the north for much of the day. Beach conditions were good, as the race began shortly after high tide to allow the runners to have the best conditions later in the race. If you have photos from this year's Jetty-2-Jetty race, please send some to me at RD@PerformanceMultisports.com, and I will be happy to post them on our Results page below. After looking carefully at next year's tides, we will be seeing a date for Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay in 2013. Stay tuned by signing up for our newsletters & updates -- CLICK HERE.               CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE RUNNERS AND TEAMS!

2/9/2013 -- Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay

DIV

Time 5 Mi

Time 10 mi

Time 16.4 mi

Time 27 mi

Time 32.2 mi

Time 35 mi

Race Bib #

NAME

(Solo/

Team)

Sex

Age

ATL Blvd Atl Bch

Poles:

JB/PVB

Mickler

Cutoff

Gate Station

Reef Rest.

FINISH

TIME

Overall Place

Div Place

à

INTERMEDIATE CUT-OFFS à

--

--

--

Race Time:

3:25

5:30

6:35

7:30

   
   FEMALE                      

12

JENNIFER McELROY

FS

F

36

44:02

1:21

2:30

3:47

4:35

5:01:55

3

1ST FEM

6

KRYSTIE MARTINEZ

FS

F

27

45:25

1:26

2:33

4:16

5:06

5:33:15

5

2ND FEM

2

KATHRYN BUSCEMI

FS

F

41

48:30

1:32

2:38

4:23

5:14

5:47:23

7

3RD FEM

   MALE                      

30

COLEMAN GENTRY

MS

M

22

40:00

1:17

2:23

4:12

 5:22

5:57:52

8

1ST MALE

27

BILL FAIL

MS

M

45

55:47

1:44

3:02

4:53

5:54

6:31:51

9

2ND

34

HOWARD PENN

MS

M

31

52:25

1:36

2:52

5:01

6:09

6:47:40

10

3RD

25

JAMES BETTS

MS

M

67

57:11

1:47

3:13

5:16

6:29

7:01:52

11

4

31

CHRIS KING

MS

M

40

49:09

1:35

2:59

5:18

6:40

7:21:24

12

5

   RELAY TEAMS - 5P                      

992

BAD INTENTIONS Pt Deux / Dan

5PM

M

 

39:29

1:12

2:08

3:22

4:00

4:22:33

1

1st Team

993

SOLE MATES / Bonita

5PC

C

 

48:40

1:30

2:17

3:41

4:29

4:53:57

2

2

     RELAY TEAMS - 2P                      

990

SURF RUNNERS / Bronislaw & Jen

2PC

C

 

44:10

1:22

2:25

> >

4:44

5:11:43

4

1

991

WRECKED'EM / Kris & Ian

2PM

M

 

44:45

1:22

2:22

4:01

5:09

5:44:51

6

2

994

DUELING JETHROS

2PC

C

            DNS    

 

2012 Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay -- 5/5/2012 -- THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEER RACE OFFICIALS: Tracy,  Pat, John, Ken, Dory, Johanna, and Toby, who spend the entire day checking-in and then monitoring the runners and bikers as they progress down 35 miles of beach. Without the generosity of these volunteers, this race could not exist.
Results Summary:  Male Solo = Joe Lewandowski, winner in 5:14:13
                     Female Solo = Loretta Haycook & Christine Haycook, tied winners in 6:59:25
                     Solo Bike = Trisha Bailey, winner in 3:54:30 -- Second year in a row!
                     Relay Team = Ocean Motion Potion, winners in 4:38:10
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR ADVENTUROUS RUNNERS AND CYCLISTS! 

May 5th brought typical Florida weather for this beach race -- mostly sunny skies, temperature about 65-70 degrees, with a prediction for winds from the east, going to southeast. The beach conditions at the start were looking better than any previous year. The race began just after high tide, so that the racers would have the best beach conditions later in the race. The J2J race started about 8:33am, going north for about 2.5 miles before turning south for the final 32.5 miles to the St. Augustine Inlet. As is normal, the surface was a challenge from the beginning. While beach surface conditions generally improved during the day, the beach, as always, provides its own challenges throughout the race. Winter storms had changed portions of the beach, leaving some flatter than usual and some with more slant and cocina shells.

Positions of the racers at the five checkpoints changed throughout the day, but for the second year in a row, the first finisher was Trisha Bailey in the Bike division, completing the 35 miles in 3:54:30. She manages to come into each checkpoint with a wonderful smile and great attitude. James Hampshire was our second Bike Division finisher (and 4th overall). He came in at 4:45:20, having found it wise to watch for Trisha's tire tracks to avoid softer sand.

Following a really strong beginning, lasting for most of the race, the 2011 winner, Bradford Lombardi was passed before the Finish Line by this year's winner: Joe Lewandowski. Joe was steady through the distance and crossed the line at 5:14:13, one of the fastest solo finishing times for the Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra. In a show of camaraderie and good sportsmanship, Brad Lombardi, JJ Johnson, and Jimmy Brown crossed the Finish together in 5:27:00. Edward Hickey came in at 5:45:50 to capture 3rd Place in the Men's Solo Division.

Meanwhile, the Female Solo division was having its own challenges along the course. Past winner Loretta Haycook and her daughter Christine ran together all the way down the beach to take 1st Place in the division, with a time of 6:59:25. After 35 miles, Christine was skipping and dancing her way to the Finish Line, encouraging Loretta to the very end. It was great to see --  and surely a special memory for mother and daughter! Soon Chantal Emma Baker and Margaret Seymour crossed the line together in 7:12:45 for a 2nd Place tie. This year, 3rd Place went to another mother/daughter combination, as Torey and Tyra Crane ran the full distance together and finished in 7:37:05. Though we started with our largest field of women runners this year, the sand and heat took a toll on the division, as the some women and men found it necessary to withdraw along the route.

Overall second place finishers were the relay team, Ocean Motion Potion who sped down the beach to reach the finish line in 4:36:10, and take 1st Place in the Team Division. Team Trident was not far behind, finishing in 4:44:20 to be 3rd Overall and 2nd in the Team Division. Team Angry Pirates took 3rd in the Division, followed by Sole Mates and Holes & Poles.

If you have photos from this year's Jetty-2-Jetty race, please send some to me at RD@PerformanceMultisports.com, and I will be happy to post them on our Results page below. After looking carefully at next year's tides, we will be seeing a date for Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay in 2013. Stay tuned by signing up for our newsletters & updates -- CLICK HERE.

 

5/5 2012 -- Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay

DIV

Time

5 Mi

Time

10 mi

Time

16.4 mi

Time

27 mi

Time

32.2 mi

Time

35 mi

Race Bib #

NAME

(Solo/

Team)

Sex

Age

ATL Blvd Atl Bch

Poles:

JB/PVB

Mickler

Cutoff

Gate Station

Reef Rest.

FINISH

TIME

Overall Place

Div Place

à

INTERMEDIATE CUT-OFFS à

--

--

--

Race Time:

3:25

5:30

6:35

7:30

   

15

CHRISTINE HAYCOOK

FS

F

28

45:42

1:45

3:03

5:16

6:23

6:59:25

14

1ST FEM

23

LORETTA HAYCOOK

FS

F

57

45:42

1:45

3:02

5:16

6:23

6:59:25

14

1ST FEM

5

CHANTAL EMMA BAKER

FS

F

33

44:47

1:42

3:13

5:16

6:34

7:12:45

16

2ND

70

MARGARET SEYMOUR

FS

F

25

44:47

1:42

3:13

5:17

6:34

7:12:45

16

2ND

6

TOREY CRANE

FS

F

21

48:00

1:50

3:23

5:37

6:53

7:37:05

20

3RD

11

TYRA CRANE

FS

F

44

48:00

1:50

3:23

5:37

6:53

7:37:05

20

3RD

63

JUDI SETZER

FS

F

48

43:44

1:40

3:10

6:05 W/D

--

DNF

   

48

SANDRA MELTON

FS

F

56

44:15

1:47

W/D

--

--

DNF

   

33

AMALE ANDERSON

FS

F

49

48:00

1:56 W/D

--

--

--

DNF

   

47

SANDY McCALLUM

FS

F

49

46:00

W/D

--

--

--

DNF

   

39

DEBORAH LINTON

FS

F

55

DNS

--

--

--

--

DNS

   
                         

123

JOE LEWANDOWSKI

MS

M

35

37:18

1:21

2:19

3:57

 

5:14:13

7

1ST MALE

115

JIMMY BROWN

MS

M

42

38:21

1:25

2:23

3:59

4:51

5:27:00

8

2ND

122

JJ JOHNSON

MS

M

52

36:39

1:19

2:17

3:49

4:49

5:27:00

8

2ND

124

BRADFORD LOMBARDI

MS

M

42

33:49

1:18

2:09

3:53

4:46

5:27:00

8

2ND

121

EDWARD HICKEY

MS

M

34

39:01

1:21

2:23

4:10

6:40

5:45:50

10

3RD

M15

MATTHEW BREIDENSTEIN

MS

M

27

41:54

1:30

2:31

4:21

5:42

6:25:55

11

4

119

AARON GRIMES

MS

M

30

40:36

1:33

2:44

4:48

6:01

6:34:56

12

5

113

SEAN BADER

MS

M

31

37:56

1:28

2:44

4:54

6:00

6:35:35

13

6

128

SERGIO RADOVCIC

MS

M

38

41:03

1:32

2:53

5:10

 

7:04:55

15

7

127

CLINT NELSON

MS

M

38

40:05

1:28

2:44

5:09

 

7:22:00

17

8

130

KEN THOMAS

MS

M

57

48:00

1:50

3:22

5:37

6:53

7:27:56

18

9

118

BRANDON FLUMAN

MS

M

50

42:15

1:32

2:44

5:08

 

7:28:50

19

10

129

BRET SMITH

MS

M

53

49:49

1:53

3:30

5:51

 

8:22:37

21

11

117

MICHAEL COWART

MS

M

44

??

1:40

3:12

6:05 W/D

--

DNF

   

126

JOE MUELLER

MS

M

23

42:40

1:43

W/D

--

--

DNF

   

114

JERRY BROWN

MS

M

45

45:44

W/D

--

--

--

DNF

   

116

IAN CHRISTIAN

MS

M

31

DNS

--

--

--

--

DNS

   

125

MICHAEL MOHSENI

MS

M

32

DNS

--

--

--

--

DNS

   
                         

4

TRISHA BAILEY

BIKE

F

38

28:30

>>

1:50

3:04

>>

3:54:30

1

1st Bike

120

JAMES HAMPSHIRE

BIKE

M

49

28:31

>>

2:03

3:35

4:22

4:45:20

4

2nd Bike

1148

Bill OCKENHOUSE

BIKE

M

61

42:23

W/D

--

--

--

DNF

--

--

                         

947

OCEAN MOTION POTION /Bill Kilgannon

5PC

C

 

40:33

1:23

2:24

3:39

4:17

4:36:10

2

1st Team

948

TRIDENT / Joel Robertson

5PM

M

 

35:50

>>

2:18

3:38

4:21

4:44:20

3

2

854

ANGRY PIRATES/ Carl Bailey

5PC

C

 

41:56

1:25

2:14

3:54

4:33

4:58:38

5

3

945

SOLE MATES /Bonita Golden Sikes

5PC

C

 

31:58

1:20

2:28

3:48

4:37

5:08:10

6

4

946

HOLES & POLES /Matthew Reimer

5PC

C

 

42:30

1:34

2:46

4:35

5:17

5:41:20

9

5

848

INSANITY FOR 2 / Pedro Toledo

2PM

M

 

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

   

Photos are available online at www.Jacksonville.com/kristen_schlicht and www.jacksonville.com/photos

2011 Performance Jetty-2 Jetty Ultra & Relay -- 3/19/2011
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEER RACE OFFICIALS: Tracy, Mark, Pat, John, Barbara, Don, Chris, Lynn, Nate and Johanna, who spend the entire day monitoring the runners and bikers as they progressed down 35 miles of beach. Without the generosity of these volunteers, this race could not exist.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR ADVENTUROUS RUNNERS AND CYCLISTS! Both solo winners travelled with a contingent of friends from their home areas. Overall Male solo winner was BRADFORD LOMBARDI, who traveled from Stuart, Florida to compete. ISRAEL SOSA drove up from Miami to take second place in the division. The overall Female solo winner was HEATHER FORSTER from Everett, Canada. Canadian runner LISA GAGNE enjoyed getting out of the cold and snow to take second place for the women's division. This year, Relay Teams took the first two finishing positions -- and both were composed of sailors from the US Navy Destroyer, Farragut. TEAM INTIMIDATORS lived up to their name and captured first place by leading almost the entire race. Their shipmates on TEAM FULL SPEED worked at closing the small gap in their times, but had to accept being second place on this day. Male solo winner BRADFORD LOMBARDI ran well enough to be the third overall finisher, getting to the finish line before the third team could reach it. In the 2/3-Person relay division, TEAM BEACH GOATS took the first position, just two seconds ahead of TEAM WRECKED'EM, after the two teams had traded positions for the entire race.

For the first time since we have included a Bike Division, it was won by a female cyclist, TRISHA BAILEY, who raced fast and smooth throughout the entire distance. Her time of 3:38:21, sets a new Bike Division record, better than any previous year -- take note, guys...

March 19th dawned with near-perfect weather for a beach race -- clear skies, temperature about 55-60 degrees, with a prediction for light winds from the northwest, going to northeast. The beach conditions at the start were looking better than some previous years, though the race began just after high tide, so that the racers would have the best beach conditions late in the race. The J2J race started about 8:40am, going north for about 2.5 miles before turning south for the final 32.5 miles to the St. Augustine Inlet. As is normal, the surface was a challenge from the beginning. While beach surface conditions were improving during the day, the beach, as always, provides its own challenges throughout the race. Winter storms had changed portions of the beach, leaving some flatter than usual and some with more slant and cocina shells.

If you have photos from this year's Jetty-2-Jetty race, please send some to me at RD@PerformanceMultisports.com, and I will be happy to post them on our Results page below. After looking quickly at next year's tides, we may be seeing a later date for Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay in 2012. Stay tuned by signing up for our newsletters & updates -- CLICK HERE.  THANKS to Israel Sosa and Bronislaw Czech for some of the photos below.

3/19 2011

Performance

Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Team Relay

DIV

Time

8 Mi

Time

12.6 mi

Time

16.4 mi

Time

27 mi

Time

32.2 mi

Time

35 mi

Race #

NAME

(Solo/ Team)

Sex

Age

6th Ave S JAX Bch

Lodge PVB

Mickler Cutoff

Gate Station

Reef Rest.

FINISH TIME

Overall Place

Div Place

 

SOLO FEMALE RUNNERS

                     

11

HEATHER FORSTER

FS

F

46

1.14

2.01

2.42

4.31

5.27

6.02.10

11

1 FS

13

LISE GAGNE

FS

F

53

1.14

2.01

2.45

4.40

5.29

6.16.33

13

2 FS

12

TRACY FREDERICKS

FS

F

43

1.16

2.03

2.48

4.58

6.13

6.49.25

17

3 FS

14

THERESSA KINCHEN

FS

F

40

1.28

2.24

W/D

   

DNF

---

---

 

SOLO MALE RUNNERS

                     

22

BRADFORD LOMBARDI

MS

M

41

1.03

1.42

2.18

3.50

4.47

5.16.47

3

1 MS

26

ISRAEL SOSA

MS

M

52

1.09

1.46

2.22

4.06

5.01

5.37.49

7

2 MS

23

KEN MOON

MS

M

45

1.07

1.47

2.25

4.12

5.20

5.44.01

8

3 MS

27

CHRIS ROMAN

MS

M

41

1.11

1.49

2.32

4.19

5.29

6.06.37

12T

4 MS

19

WILL GLOVER

MS

M

40

1.11

1.49

2.32

4.17

5.29

6.06.37

12T

5 MS

20

CRAIG JOHNSON

MS

M

36

1.08

1.54

2.39

4.38

5.39

6.18.50

14

6 MS

21

ARMAND LeBLANC

MS

M

54

1.15

2.02

2.50

4.55

6.00

6.40.15

16

7 MS

24

MATTHEW NELSON

MS

M

46

1.15

2.02

2.56

5.14

6.26

7.06.40

18

8 MS

16

BRANDON CARTER

MS

M

27

1.13

2.01

2.56

5.28

6.32

7.11.46

19

9 MS

15

JOHN BRIGGS

MS

M

37

1.18

2.11

3.05

W/D

 

DNF

---

---

18

JASON EMLEY

MS

M

38

1.25

 

3.24

 W/D  

DNF

---

---

17

DUSTIN CURTIS

MS

M

23

DNS

       

---

---

---

25

JOSEPH NINKE

MS

M

41

DNS

       

---

---

---

28

CHARLES WIRICK

MS

M

26

DNS

       

---

---

---

 

4/5-PERSON RELAY TEAMS

                     

5

INTIMIDATORS /William Hackney

5PM

M

 

1.03

1.38

2.11

3.45

4.21

4.46.20

1

1

3

FULL SPEED /Lee Shoemaker

5PC

C

 

1.12

1.49

2.27

3.47

4.27

4.55.25

2

2

2

SOLE MATES /Bonita Golden

5PC

C

 

1.20

2.03

2.43

4.22

4.59

5.21.30

4

3

4

FARRAGUT HARRIERS/Paul Langreck

5PC

C

 

1.00

1.38

2.17

3.52

4.49

5.26.02

5

4

6

HIGH TIDE /Tim Hamby

4PM

M

 

1.01

1.50

2.34

4.17

5.08

5.34.46

6

5

1

LESS IS MORE /Gail Clark

4PF

F

 

1.22

2.18

3.01

5.04

6.03

6.36.02

15T

6

 

2/3-PERSON RELAY TEAMS

                     

10

BEACH GOATS / Bronislaw Czech

2PM

M

 

1.11

1.56

2.44

4.22

5.14

5.48.10

9

1

9

WRECKED’EM / Kris Young

2PM

M

 

1.09

1.51

2.31

4.22

5.20

5.48.12

10

2

7

MORE OR LESS /Karin Kramer

3PF

F

 

1.22

2.18

3.01

5.04

6.03

6.36.02

15T

3

8

GO CANES! /Hector Pastor

2PC

C

 

1.33

2.38

W/D

   

DNF

---

---

 

BIKE DIVISION

                     

941

TRISHA BAILEY

BIKE

F

37

1.01

1.35

1.57

2.56

 

3.38.21

1B

1

943

PHILLIP McKELLOP

BIKE

M

50

0.58

1.35

1.57

2.56

 

3.41.20

2B

2

944

MARK NELSON

BIKE

M

55

1.34

2.10

2.48

4.15

5.06

5.43.04

3B

3

942

JAN McGURRIN

BIKE

F

50

0.47

1.50

2.24

4.04

4.48

5.13.40*

 

(30 mi)

636

KATHY HAY

BIKE

F

52

0.47

1.50

2.24

4.04

4.48

5.13.40*

 

(30 mi)

 

 

Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay -- 1/16/2010

After a couple weeks of uncharacteristic freezing weather, the weather on race day was raining and cool, and when the rains stopped, it remained overcast, with a slight wind that came from the south by the end of the race. The conditions at the start were near high tide so that the racers would have the best beach conditions late in the race. The J2J race started about 8:30am, and the surface was a challenge from the beginning. While beach surface conditions were improving during the day, the beach, as always, provided varying challenges throughout the race. As is normal, winter storms had changed portions of the beach, leaving some flatter than usual and some with more cocina shells. Runners reported seeing many starfish, conch shells, sand dollars, and other unusual sea creatures all along the course. 

Running steadily from start to finish, Daniel Mabie was the first solo runner to finish, in a time of 6:04 -- a finish very close to his 2nd place time last year and the year before. This was his year to take the win! Coming in Second in the solo men's division was Michael Cowart in 6:17. Using this a a training run for Marathon Des Sables, Jennifer Vogel was the first solo woman runner to finish, and was also second solo overall in a time of 6:05, followed by Katie Bombly in 6:25 in her first J2J Ultra.

In this fifth year that included relay teams, runners on teams dominated and took  the first nine finishing positions, showing the strength of teamwork in this long distance race. Times for some teams and individual runners showed faster times in past years, in spite of the slight headwind. Team Tenacious Turtles improved their own finish time by another seven minutes and they seem to have solidified a tradition of holding onto Second Place Overall!  After leading for much of the first half of the race, Team Tenacious Turtles was passed by Team Brew Crew, who headed to a first place finish in 3 hours 59 minutes, an improvement of about 17 minutes over their first place finish last year.  

CONGRATULATIONS to all of those who came out to compete and test yourselves against the elements and the beach. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL VOLUNTEER RACE OFFICIALS (Tracy, Pat, John, Mark, Chris, Lynne, Valerie, Ken, Jason), without whom we would not have a race like the Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra and Relay. We are already looking at the tides for 2011, and will be starting a bit later in relation to the point of high tide. We look forward to seeing you again in 2011.

If you or your support crew have digital photos, please email them to us and we will post some of them on this page with the results below.

 

1/16 2010

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty

Ultra & Team Relay

DIV

 

 

Time at 5 Miles

Time at  8 Mi

Time at  16.4 mi

Time at  27 mi

Time at  32.2 mi

Time at  35 mi

 

 

Race #

NAME

(Solo/ Team)

Sex

Age

Atlantic Blvd.

6 Ave S   J Bch

Mickler Cutoff

Gate Station

Reef Rest.

Finish time

Overall Place

Div Place

à

INTERMEDIATE CUT-OFFS à

      Race Times:

3:25

5:30

6:35

7:30    

 

 SOLO RUNNERS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

866

DANIEL MABIE

MS

M

44

45:12

1:14

2:37

4:23

5:31

6:04

10

1

876

JENNIFER VOGEL

FS

F

 

48:00

1:15

2:45

4:36

5:36

6:05

11

1

871

MICHAEL COWART

MS

M

42

51:25

1:22

2:54

4:35

5:40

6:17

12

2

875

LANE VOGEL

MS

M

 

49:02

1:17

2:46

4:36

5:40

6:19

13T

3T

877

SCOTT D’ANGELO

MS

M

 

51:00

1:20

2:52

4:46

5:44

6:19

13T

3T

867

MICHAEL MOHSENI

MS

M

30

53:25

1:24

3:04

4:49

5:49

6:23

14

4

861

KATIE BOMBLY

FS

F

21

53:19

1:23

2:56

4:44

5:48

6:25

15

2

865

PETER KILCULLEN

MS

M

42

45:42

1:23

2:56

4:50

5:58

6:26

16

5

860

DESIREE SANT

FS

F

30

54:00

1:23

2:56

4:50

6:09

6:41

18

3

874

LORETTA HAYCOOK

FS

F

 

51:53

1:23

2:57

4:44

6:31

7:08

19

4

870

LUKE JAMIEL

MS

M

27

53:30

1:24

3:05

5:05

6:32

7:25

20

6

863

EDWIN HIGGINBOTHAM

MS

M

56

51:53

1:23

2:57

5:01

--

DNF

DNF

 

869

PAUL STANLEY

MS

M

26

1:23:00

2:11

--

--

--

DNF

 

 

864

DAVE HOWE

MS

M

61

1:09:00

1:44

 

--

--

DNF

 

 

862

ROB COLTMAN

MS

M

38

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

 

 

859

MELISSA AHEARNE

FS

F

32

--

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

 

868

CHARLES PAULSON

MS

M

51

--

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

 

872

NEIL PAULSON

MS

M

 

--

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

 

 

 TEAMS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

847

BREW CREW

4PC

C

 

31:22

53:41

1:55

2:58

3:38

3:59

1

1

852

TENACIOUS TURTLES

5PM

M

 

35:31

57:41

2:02

3:13

3:56

4:17

2

2

857

PERSEVERENCE

3PC

C

 

40:42

1:02

2:07

3:21

4:04

4:25

3

1

853

WANDO

5PM

M

 

47:08

1:08

2:19

3:33

4:15

4:36

4

3

851

FOREIGNERS

5PM

M

 

48:19

1:17

2:20

3:30

4:21

4:43

5

4

850

¾ MONTY & PAIN APOSTLES

5PM

M

 

40:36

1:06

2:19

3:36

4:22

4:44

6

5

849

DIRTY SAND CHASERS

5PC

C

 

43:54

1:10

2:25

3:47

4:34

5:03

7

6

855

FRICK & FRACK (The Dalys)

2PC

C

 

44:00

1:12

2:27

3:59

4:48

5:13

8

2

856

DRINKING MOJITOS

3PF

F

 

57:00

1:24

2:53

4:28

5:26

5:56

9

3

858

WINN-DIXIE

2PC

C

 

60:00

1:36

3:19

5:02

6:02

6:35

17

4

873

GEESE

3PC

C

 

52:30

1:35

4:07

--

--

DNF

DNF

 

848

4 GIRLS & A GUY

5PC

C

 

--

--

--

--

--

DNS

DNS

 

 

 

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon & Team Relay - Saturday, 2/28/09

The World's Longest Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Atlantic Beach to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet.

If you or your support crew have digital photos, please email them to us and we will post some of them on this page with the results below.

Weather was sunny and partly cloudy, with a wind that came from the south early in the race. The conditions on the beach were good at the start in Atlantic Beach; the race began near high tide so that participants would be able to enjoy lower tide conditions toward the final hours of the race. The J2J race started at 9:07am, with a beach surface was relatively flat even from the beginning. While beach surface conditions were improving during the day, the beach, as always, provided varying challenges throughout the race. As is normal, winter storms had changed portions of the beach, leaving some areas flatter than usual and some with more cocina shells.  

In this fourth year that included relay teams, runners on teams won the first two finishing positions, showing the strength of teamwork in this long distance race. Times for some teams and individual runners showed faster times this year, in spite of the headwind. Team Brew Crew improved over last year's time by almost five minutes! After trading the lead during parts of the first half of the race, Team Brew Crew headed to a first place finish in 4:16:00. Running steadily from start to finish, Andy Nicol came from Vancouver, BC, Canada to be the first solo runner to finish, in a time of 4:53:05 -- once again, a finish about 38 minutes faster than last year's solo first place. Loretta Haycook and Lesley Seaton ran together all the way to tie for the first solo woman runner to finish, in a time of 6:39:25, followed by Maureen O'Sullivan in 7:03:11.

For the second time, a BIKE Division was included in  J2J, with six cyclists at the starting line. This year, the 35 miles of beach was so challenging on a bike that two of the female cyclists decided to drop out at about the halfway point at Mickler's Landing. Even by the first checkpoint, some of the Teams were ahead of some of the bikes in the cyclo-cross type conditions, in which the riders spent some of their time pushing their bikes when they encountered soft sections on the beach. At other times, they were rolling well, especially as the tide was getting lower throughout the day. After a challenging day in and out of the saddle, the Bike Division was won by Steve Szilagyi in 4:45:48, just ahead of Andy Stenson.  The first female bike finisher (ever) was Marykay Hall, who had actually led all the men at times.

Congratulations to all of the participants in our Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra in 2009.

Ready... Get set... GO!!
Get ready for the 2010

Performance

Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra & Relay

on 1/16/2010

5-mile Checkpoint Lesley, Edwin, & Loretta
Team Brew Crew takes 1st Overall David Meyer of V-Team V-Team - 2nd Place Team

Edwin, Lesley, & Loretta Marykay Hall - 1st Female Bike Relaxing at Finish Line

Female Winners Loretta Haycook & Lesley Seaton Andy & Steve Andy & Steve

  Performance Jetty-2-Jetty 2009   

 

(Checkpoint times in time of day...)

FINISH

Over- all Finish

35-Mile RUN DIVISION

Team or Participant Name

Div

Gender

CP1 Approx 10 mi

CP2

12.6 mi

CP3

16.4 mi

CP4  

27 mi

Race Finish Time

 

Div Place

1

Team Brew Crew

T-4

Coed

10:14

 

11:10

12:25

4:16:00

1st 4-5P  T

2

V - Team

T-4

Male

10:18

 

11:05

12:26

4:23:12

2nd 4-5P  T

3

Andy Nicol Solo

Male

10:22   11:25 12:50

4:53:05

1st Solo M

4

Team Krazy Kingsland Runners 

T-5

Coed

10 :28

 

11:40

1:11

5:08:17

3rd 4-5P  T

5

Team Naval Hospital Jax #2

T-5

Male

10:17

 

11:22

12:52

5:10:48

4th 4-5P  T

6

Team 3 Girls & 2 Guys 

T-5

Coed

10:32

 

11:40

1:10

5:16:10

5th 4-5P  T

7

Team Naval Hospital Jax #1

T-5

Male

10:28

 

11:38

1:15

5:24:11

6th 4-5P  T

8

Team Punkin Nuts

T-3

Male

10.29

 

11:41

1:18

5:25:49

1st 3P T

9 

Dan Mabie

Solo

Male

10:34

 

11:45

1:30

6:01:44

2nd Solo M

10

Kyle Kugler Solo

Male

10:37   11:49 1:24

6:08:57

3rd Solo M

11

Mark Dangerfield

Solo

Male

10:35

 

11:45

1:42

6:19:11

4th Solo M

12 tie

Loretta Haycook

Solo

Female

10:41

 

12:00

2:03

6:39:25

1st Solo F

12 tie

Lesley Seaton

Solo

Female

10:41

 

12:00

2:03

6:39:25

1st Solo F

12 tie Edwin Higgenbotham

Solo

Male

10:41

 

12:00

2:03

6:39:25

5th Solo M

13

Bob Buscimi

Solo

Male

`10:38

 

11:55

2:05

6:53:24

6th Solo M
14 Maureen O'Sullivan

Solo

Female

10:45

 

12:03

2:17

7:03:11

2nd Solo F

15 Eddie DiMasi

Solo

Male

10:37

 

11:55

2:18

7:06:12

7th Solo Male
16 Will Glover

Solo

Male

10:36

 

11:55

2:18

7:11:44

8th Solo M
  Sean Jacoby Solo

Male

w/d at 5 miles -- -- W/D- DNF --
  Tim Rogers Solo

Male

10:39     2:44 W/D-DNF --
                   

50 Km RUN DIVISION

  Andrew Colee Solo Male 10:14   11:57 2:20 7:09:13 1st M - 50k
  Jim Sullivan Solo Male 10:45   12:14   7:11:44 2nd M - 50k
 
BIKE DIVISION
1 SteveSzilagyi Solo Male 10:22   11:35 12:53 4:45:48 1st Male
2 Andy Stenson Solo Male --   11:30 12:54 4:46:39 2nd Male
3 Marykay Hall Solo Female 10:21   11:39 1:12 5:14:28 1st Female
3 Clark Schaffer Solo Male :10:25   11:59 1:37 5:54:55 3rd Male
  Kelli Childs Solo  Female     Withdrew -- -- --
  Sherri Lias Solo  Female     Withdrew -- -- --

 

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon & Team Relay - Saturday, 3/22/08

The World's Longest Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Atlantic Beach south to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet. Weather was cool and overcast, with a slight wind that came from the south by the end of the race. The conditions at the start were better than usual, though the race began near high tide. The J2J race started at 9:00am, close to high tide, yet the surface was relatively flat even from the beginning. While beach surface conditions were improving during the day, the beach, as always, provided varying challenges throughout the race. As is normal, winter storms had changed portions of the beach, leaving some flatter than usual and some with more cocina shells. Runners reported seeing many starfish, conch shells, sand dollars, and other unusual sea creatures all along the course. In some areas, erosion had eaten away at the dunes near some homes, leaving small "cliffs" from the water to the houses above. 

In this third year that included relay teams, runners on teams won the first five finishing positions, showing the strength of teamwork in this long distance race. Times for many teams and individual runners showed faster times in 2008, in spite of the slight headwind. Team Tenacious Turtles improved their own finish time by a whopping 12 minutes!  After leading for much of the first half of the race, Team Tenacious Turtles was passed by Team Brew Crew, who headed to a first place finish in 4:20:25, an improvement of about 10 minutes over last year's first finishers. Running steadily from start to finish, Chris Maples was the first solo runner to finish, in a time of 5:31:37 -- once again, a finish almost 10 minutes faster than last year's 5:40:10 solo first place. Lorna Brown was the first solo woman runner to finish, and was also third solo overall in a time of 6:11:10, followed by Loretta Haycook in 6:21:20, which is almost 10 minutes better than her fastest previous J2J.

For the first time, a BIKE Division was added to J2J, with three cyclists at the starting line. This year, the 35 miles of beach was so challenging on a bike that one of the cyclists decided to drop out at about the halfway point at Mickler's Landing. Even by the first checkpoint, some of the Teams were ahead of some of the bikes in the cyclo-cross type conditions, in which the riders spent some of their time pushing their bikes when they encountered soft sections on the beach. At other times, they were rolling well, especially as the tide was getting lower throughout the day. After a challenging day in and out of the saddle, the Bike Division was won by Andy Stenson, by about 20 minutes over his teammate, Clark Schaffer, who announced that he was already planning to return to take on the Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra in 2009.

  Performance Jetty-2-Jetty 2008   

 

(Checkpoint times in race time)

FINISH

Over- all Finish

RUN DIVISION

Team or Participant Name

Div

Gender

CP1

8 mi

CP2

12.6 mi

CP3

16.4 mi

CP4  

27 mi

CP5 32.2 mi

Race Finish Time

Div Place

1

Team Brew Crew

T-5

Coed

1:08

1:42

2:13

3:25

 --

4:20:25

1 T

2

Team Tenacious Turtles

T-4

Male

 :57

1:28

2:05

3:28

--

4:25:16

2 T

3

Team USCG Sector Jax  

T-5

Coed

 :56

 

2:08

3:37

--

4:35:00

3 T

4

Team HSL-60 Jaguars

T-4

Coed

1:09

1:48

2:26

3:57

4:40

5:05:23

4 T

5

Team USCG Jax 2 

T-4

Coed

1:20

2:04

2:43

4:10

4:54

5:18:49

5 T

6

Chris Maples

Solo

Male

9:58

1:48

2:27

4:08

4:02

5:31:37

1st Solo M

7

Team McLovin' (USCG)

T-5

Coed

1:12

1:28

2:51

4:24

5:51

5:39:20

6 T

8

Team USCG Jax 1

T-5

Coed

1:20

2:12

3:03

4:46

5:31

5:56:03

7 T

9  

Team Two's Company T-2 Coed 1:19

2:07

2:57 4:36 5:35

6:06:21

1st  Dbl T

10

Dan Mabie

Solo

Male

1:08

1:51

2:32

4:29

5:35

6:08:11

2nd Solo M

11

Lorna Brown

Solo

Female

1:07

1:50

2:34

4:38

5:40

6:11:10

1st Solo F

12

Loretta Haycook

Solo

Female

1:19

2:07

2:57

4:45

5:50

6:21:20

2nd Solo F

13

Team Lucky Mojo

T-2

Coed

1:11

2:05

3:02

5:19

6:09 6:32:39

2nd  Dbl T

14tie

Molly McCann

Solo

Female

1:23

2:13

3:00

4:59 6:03

6:37:26

3rd Solo F
14tie Trixie Smith

Solo

Male

1:23

2:13

3:00

4:59

6:03

6:37:26

3rd Solo M

15 Jarritt Tadlock

Solo

Male

1:22

2:14

3:03

5:20

6:30

7:09:30

4th Solo M

16 Joel Ballard

Solo

Male

1:12

2:06

3:06

5:37

6:58

7:35:46

5th Solo M
17 Nick Chris Varazo Solo

Male

1:57 -- -- -- -- - DNF -  
 
BIKE DIVISION                  
1 Andy Stenson Solo Male :57 1:37 2:29 4:08 5:03 5:30:29 1st Bike
2 Clark Schaffer Solo Male 1:05 1:51 2:42 4:35 5:26 5:51:55 2nd Bike
3 Roland Simard Solo Male :52 1:36 w/d -- -- - DNF -  

Scroll down for results from previous years

 

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon & Team Relay - Saturday, 1/20/07

The World's Longest Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Mayport Jetty south to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet. Weather was cold to cool for much of the day, with a wind from the north, aiding the runners all along the beach. The J2J race started at the rock jetty at the St Johns River at 9:07 am, soon after high tide. While beach surface conditions were improving during the day, the beach, as always, provided varying challenges throughout the race. Recent winter storms, as well as the after-effects of previous years' hurricanes, had caused the beach to have more angle than has been usual prior to 2005.

In this second year that included relay teams, runners on teams won the first four finishing positions, showing the strength of teamwork in this long distance race. After leading for much of the first 27 miles of the race, Team Tenacious Turtles and Team Sand Cats traded places, leading to an exciting first place finish for Team Sand Cats in 4:30:20.  Running steadily from start to finish, Bjoern Grass, from Lubbecke, Germany, was the first solo runner to finish, in a time of 5:40:10.

News and Photos: An article about the Performance Jetty-2-Jetty is in the Times-Union newspaper on Sunday, 1/21/07; it featured 15 photos of the race taken by Bob Mack, staff photographer. You can view some of the pictures at http://photos.jacksonville.com/mycapture/folder.asp?event=221312 .  There will be another article about the race on Wednesday, 1/24/07, in the Shorelines section of the Times-Union, with more photos from Maggie Fitzroy, a reporter for Shorelines. If you or your support crew have digital photos, please email them to us and we will post them on this page with the results below.

 Congratulations to all participants!!

  2007 Jetty-2-Jetty Ultra 

 

 

(Checkpoint times in time-of-day)

 

Over- all Finish

Team or Participant Name

Div

Gender

CP1

8 mi

CP2

12.6 mi

CP3

16.4 mi

CP4  

27 mi

CP5 32.2 mi

Race Finish Time

Div Place

1

Team Sand Cats

T-5

Coed

9:51

10:54

11:31

12:42

1:13

4:30:20

1 TC

2

Team Tenacious Turtles

T-5

Male

9:51

10:46

11:20

12:41

1:18

4:37:54

1 TM

3

Team Sector Jax  

T-4

Male

9:54

11:02

11:38

1:18

2:02

5:18:15

2 TM

4

Team Clams

T-5

Male

9:59

11:00

11:36

1:04

1:53

5:19:03

3  TM

5

Bjoern Grass

Solo

Male

9:56

11:10

11:50

1:30

2:18

5:40:10

1st Solo

6

Team Lifestyle Family Fitness

T-4

Female

9:58

11:12

11:50

1:34

2:30

5:53:31

1 TF

7

Jon Ellison

Solo

Male

9:53

11:06

11:47

1:36

2:42

6:12:43

2nd Solo

8

Team For Mary Clare

T-3

Coed

9:53

11:09

12:00

2:06

2:51

6:13:19

2 TC

9

Edwin Higginbotham  

Solo

Male

9:58

11:15

11:55

1:54

3:01

6:33:49

3rd Solo

10

Bob Welch

Solo

Male

9:58

11:16

12:00

2:08

3:09

6:37:35

4th Solo

11

Scot Jezik

Solo

Male

10:03

11:29

12:07

2:16

3:24

6:54:08

5th Solo

12

Dan Mabie

Solo

Male

9:49

10:55

11:32

1:25

--- DNF ---

13

Jay Birmingham

Solo

Male

10:094

11:32

12:18

--- --- DNF ---
                     

Team Tenacious Turtles -- 2nd Place Team - 2007

--- Scroll down for results from previous years ---

 

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon & Team Relay - 1/29/06

The World's Longest Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Mayport Jetty south to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet. Weather was mild for much of the day, though there was a steady wind from the south-southwest, slowing the runners all along the beach. While the race started soon after high tide, the beach provided good conditions for almost all of the race, with smooth and relatively flat surfaces for all but the first few miles. In the first year that included relay teams, the runners on teams won the first two finishing positions, but were challenged much of the way by Michael McVann who was the first solo finisher. Congratulations to all participants!!

 

 

 

 

(Checkpoint times in time-of-day)

 

Over-all

Finish

Team or Participant Name

Div

Gender

CP1

8 mi

CP2

12.6 mi

CP3

16.4 mi

CP4

27 mi

CP5

32.2 mi

Race Finish

Time

Div

Place

1

Team AI

T-4

Coed

9:39

10:27

11:05

12:40

1:30

5:38:25

1

2

Team Sector Jax

T-4

Male

9:46

10:27

11:14

12:44

1:43

5:57:30

2

3

Michael McVann

Solo

Male

9:43

10:27

11:08

12:51

2:00

6:13:40

1

4

Team Sweaty-2-Jetty

T-4

Coed

9:50

10:33

11:19

12:53

2:08

6:16:15

3

5

Team No Effort

T-2

Male

9:50

10:40

11:20

1:04

2:13

6:26:51

4

6

Team From the Ground Up

T-5

Coed

10:04

10:51

11:35

1:12

2:20

6:32:17

5

7

Sarah Sheppard

Solo

Female

9:48

10:34

11:17

1:15

2:30

6:37:33

1

8

Loretta Haycook

Solo

Female

9:48

10:34

11:17

1:15

2:30

6:38:58

2

9

Craig Skorich

Solo

Male

9:48

10:34

11:17

1:15

2:30

6:38:59

2

10

Edwin Higginbotham

Solo

Male

9:48

10:34

11:17

1:15

2:30

6:43:06

3

11

Susan Haag

Solo

Female

9:58

10:51

11:43

1:58

3:28

7:46:40

3

12

James Frye

Solo

Male

10:12

11:15

12:14

2:34

3:54

8:13:18

4

13

Wendy O’Brien

Solo

Female

10:09

11:09

12:09

2:26

3:54

8:15:33

4

14

K-G Nystrom

Solo

Male

10:13

11:17

12:15

2:34

3:51

8:22:42

5

15

Gary Lewis

Solo

Male

10:15

11:22

12:24

2:59

4:28

8:51:44

6

DNF

Leonardo Medina

Solo

Male

9:53

10:45

11:36

-

-

DNF

DNF

Team Jaguar

Solo

Coed

9:53

10:45

11:40

-

-

DNF

 

Performance Jetty-2-Jetty Ultramarathon - 1/23/05

The world's longest Beach Run - 35 Miles on the Beach from Mayport Jetty at the St Johns River south to the Jetty at the St Augustine Inlet. The 2005 race had some very cool temperatures, sunshine, some partly cloudy skies, and a strong wind from the north-northwest, which is our typical J2J wind that aided the runners. After a summer with several hurricanes, the beaches along the course provided considerable variation in firmness and angle. Registrations for this year's race came from as far away as Virginia, Indiana, Louisiana, and Georgia, as well as Florida.  Congratulations to all the participants!

Name Gender Age Time Departing Mickler's (16.4 miles) Finish Time Overall Place Division Place
Michael DelCharco M 37 2:41 5:52:40 1 1
Joseph Sanders M 53 2:44 6:07:41 2 2
Mark Kapral M 38 2:34 6:27:26 3 3
Loretta Haycook F 50 2:45 6:31:01 4 1st Female
Dustin Groff M 20 2:45 6:32:51 5 4
Joe Rusin M 39 3:22 7:55:10 6 5
Jason Langston M 27 2:49 9:32:57 7 6
Nicholas Graner M 41 3:54 9:35:40</