CCC B-rrry Scurry Race Results
The February 1 weather was excellent for the 39th Annual Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile run. With a temperature of 36 degrees and light winds, 645 runners and walkers completed the flat and fast route through the historic neighborhoods of Clinton, Iowa.
Winner of the female division was Lydia Hocker of Iowa City, Iowa in a time of 24:11. Jessica Langford of Rockford, IL holds the B-rrry Scurry record of 23:21. Devin Allbaugh of Bettendorf, Iowa won the CCC B-rrry Scurry in the male division with a time of 20:26. Bryan Glass of Geneseo holds the record of 20:15.
Runners and walkers enjoy the fun atmosphere of the race. And they love the instant and accurate results that chip timing offers. More than 100 volunteers inside and outside the college helped with registration, food and door prizes, and manning the course which runs throughout historic neighborhoods of Clinton. The City of Clinton, Clinton Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department all assist to make the race route safe for all participants. Race Director Ann Eisenman commented, “The CCC B-rrry Scurry has been blessed with fantastic weather year after year. In addition, enthusiastic B-rrry Scurry runners and walkers and dedicated volunteers make this race a favorite for area athletes.” Eisenman commented about the weather, “Saturday was a great day for a run and our route is flat and fast. It was a perfect day for a winter run!”
The B-rrry Scurry record for coldest temperature was set in 1996, when the mercury dipped to 19 degrees below zero, with wind chill at 55 degrees F below zero.
In addition to the age-group awards, B-rrry Scurry also hosts a B-rrry Challenge to all businesses and organizations. The winners are determined by the number of people the respective organization has entered in the race. Winner of the Large Group (over 150 members) award was ADM. In the Small Group Challenge (less than 150 members), the winner was the Citizens First Bank.
The 5th Annual Mississippi River Challenge offers participants of three Clinton races – the CCC B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run, the Pam Pray Memorial 4-Mile Run(April 5), and one of the three Clinton Half Marathon Races (September 13) - the beautiful Mississippi River Challenge medal, a large commemorative medal. There is no fee to participate, however only the runners and walkers that complete all three races will earn the medal. This is a great incentive for people to demonstrate their commitment to improved health. All three races will benefit from this partnership.
Clinton Community College B-rrry Scurry Race Director Ann Eisenman. “This is the 5th year Hy-Vee has sponsored the Mississippi River Challenge and we are excited to add Howes & Jefferies Realtors as a sponsor this year. We appreciate their support and the effort to engage our citizens in community wellness. Thanks to Hy-Vee and Howes & Jefferies Realtors for your commitment to a healthy Clinton community. Working together with the other races, Clinton is a strong running community!”
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