AT&T Running and Fitness Team
1997 USCAA Marathon Results

On Sunday, January 12, 1997 the AT&T marathon team competed in the
Houston Methodist Health Care Marathon. We were the defending champions,
having won the title in 1995 and 1996 but the split up of the company
took its toll on our team. AT&T finished 5th, not what we wanted, but still
ahead of the majority of the teams.

As you read through the results, be aware that the weather in Houston was
sleet, rain, windy, with the temperature range 30-32 F.  The conditions were
described as the worst in the 25 year history of the race (formerly called
the Houston-Tenneco marathon).

RESULTS

OVERALL CORP. AgeGrp
NAME           TIME            PLACE  PLACE	  PLACE	    COMMENTS	
Roger Daniels	3:37:18	  597(m)     58	   1	-- SCORING MEMBER 
Steve Kohorst	2:56:00         74(m)     14	   3	-- SCORING MEMBER
Gaye Cataldo	3:40:12	  104(f)         8	   3	-- SCORING MEMBER
Judy Scarabello	3:44:10	  124(f)        11	   3	-- SCORING MEMBER
Chris Crawford	2:53:32         64	  10	   4	   1st AT&T FINISHER
Christy St Clair	3:44:59	  129(f)        12	   4
Dave Faherty	3:24:15	  360	  43	   5
Kathy Bowman	3:47:54	  146(f)        14	   5
Jonathan Wolf	4:00:51	1235 	  66	   5
Rich LaChance	3:28:40	  437	  48	   7
JP Betts		3:48:27	  867	  63	   7
Jackie Garrett	4:01:39	  268(f)        18	   7
Gene Napolitano	3:34:04	  528 	  55	   9
Debbie Vandenbroek	4:22:53	  485(f)        25	   9
Bob Brodfuehrer	4:29:10	2050	  79	   9
Tom Zareck	3:36:51	  586	  57	  10
Dick Grauer	3:48:04	  854	  62	  11
Ruth Saenz	4:50:47	  844	  29	  12
Jeff Gimpel	4:39:00	 2292	  83	  15
Wayne Plymale	dnf				   - injured
Tim Daudelin	dnf
Congratulations to all that competed. The times do not reflect the effort 
required to run on Sunday. 
NOTE:  several others had planned to compete but were unable to make it to 
Houston.

Team Results
  1. Lockheed Martin  4   (1,1,1,1)
  2. Lucent  6   1,1,2,2)
  3. General Electric  8  (1,2,2,3)
  4. Exxon 10 (1,2,3)
  5. AT&T 10 (1,3,3,3)
  6. US West 14 (2,3,4,5)
  7. Booz, Allen & Hamilton 15 (1,3,5,6)
  8. Compaq 24 (2,3,8,11)
  9. Enron 26 (6,6,7,7)
  10. Pacific Telesis 34 (1,6,13,14)
  11. Houston Industries 39 (6,9,12,12)
The 1998 USCAA marathon championships will probably be in Houston next
January.  We will be selecting the team during the fall. If you have an 
interest in being part of the team, or if you know anyone who might help
us in our quest to regain the title, please call me before September '97.
If we are to make a serious challenge for the championships, we have to 
begin training seriously by the end of the summer.
   PLEASE PASS THESE RESULTS TO OTHERS -- WE WANT ALL OUR RUNNERS TO BE
   AWARE OF THIS RACE - AND TO BE READY FOR 1998!!
Dave Faherty
(908) 271-6069
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