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 Cincinnati, OH 45208


Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon


Thank You Fluid Station Volunteers

The Runners' Club of Greater Cincinnati would like to thank the volunteers that helped out at the Club's Flying Pig Fluid Station at Mile 22.2. Their contribution of handing out water and Gatorade, cheering, and picking up trash made the fluid station another rousing success . Their dedication and enthusiasm made a great impression on the participants.

A special thank you to Tom and Julia Glasscock for coordinating the fluid station for 2014 and Stacy Osborne for providing the music and willing to take requests like the Sex Pistols and The Clash from runners.

Join us at mile 22.2 for the 17th Annual Flying Pig Marathon in 2015.

Mile 22 Fluid Station Volunteers:
Andrew Bier
Yanina Bigas
Hannah Bockweg
Stephanie Bolin
Abbey Epplen
Jenny Garrity
John Garrity
Julia Glasscock
Tom Glasscock
Candis Gorman
Clare Grosser
Heidi Haddad
Josh Helton
Tricia Helton
Andrew Hicks
Liz Hofacre
Todd Hofacre
Troy Hofacre
Jennifer Hughes
Chloe Hyde
Allison Keller
Katie Koester
Tod Kroger
Tiffany Loveless
Taylor Matsko
Connor McGinnis
Abby McLaughlin
Thom Meyer
Stacy Osborne
Ryan Puckett
Anna Rowland
Daniel Schultz
Cemantha Sidell
Blair Simpson
James Sivitz
James Sivitz
Nick Staub
Elizabeth Tiffany
Christina Whitley
Abby Ziegelmeyer

RCGC Members in 2014 Pig Events

In addition to the fluid station, the Runners' Club of Greater Cincinnati had a high turnout for running events during the Flying Pig Weekend. We had almost 50 people run the Full, the Half, the Toyota 10k or the Tristate Running Company5k. Here is a list of those members that participated. If your name is not listed, send us an email as errors are known to be made like they are known to the club as Mike and sign up for the races as Michael or decide to just go with M as a first name.

Flying Pig Marathon
Jeff Allen 3:37:00
Tammy Alverson 6:05:26
Mohamed Banoun 4:30:59
Daniel Bebo 4:30:42
Russell Brown 4:36:54
Nurys Diaz 5:27:49
Mary Alice Gruden 5:55:49
Wayne Hinaman 6:21:30
Martin Hovey 5:30:54
David Lasse 5:37:51
Harvey Lewis 3:04:32
Robert Obermeyer 5:54:48
Jerry Patton 5:27:40
Gary Payne 4:44:27
Robert Platt 7:14:56
Greg Roa 3:56:13
Arleene Salyer-Oliver 6:17:03
Mike Smith 4:16:37
Melissa Stokley 4:18:30
James Welland 3:59:52
Nancy Zadek 6:55:35
 

Flying Pig Half Marathon
Donna Anderson 2:00:06
Laura Booke 2:29:51
Lisa Clements 2:06:55
Cindy Cranmer 2:14:39
Barbara Ellwein 2:47:44
Kelly Hemmerle 2:00:13
Stacey Herdering 1:59:44
Lisa Kirk 3:15:58
Erin Martell 2:51:11
David Nelson 2:32:14
Kimberly Ogle 2:03:01
Erin Owen 1:56:16
Lisa Roa 2:19:51
Llee Sivitz 3:08:30
Jennifer Stark 2:49:27
Jill Stelter 2:21:49
Ryan Woolley 1:24:57

Toyota 10k
Barbara Ellwein 1:10:09
John Garrity 44:42
Martin Hovey 1:11:09
Lisa Kirk 1:20:12
Harvey Lewis 35:32
Jerry Patton 1:00:47
Lisa Roa 1:05:02
William Stolz 36:56
 

TriState Running Company 5k
Daniel Bebo 24:09
Barbara Ellwein 34:32
Jenny Garrity 29:13
Michael Haller 31:45
Martin Hovey 36:21
Ed Hunter 26:04
Harvey Lewis 17:27
Jerry Patton 33:17
Lisa Roa 39:32
Jeffrey Schwab 32:08
Elizabeth Tiffany 41:13
 

Flying Pig Three Way
Barbara Ellwein     Lisa Roa

Flying Pig Four Way Participants
Martin Hovey     Harvey Lewis     Jerry Patton

Runners' Comments
MarathonGuide.com
-- I've run the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon and want to add my comments.

Flying Pig Detailed Course Description
This is a Flying Pig Course Tour
- and provides a description of the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Course, in detail, mile by mile, for out-of-towners and others interested in running. It provides information and background on sites you pass during your marathon.

Flying Pig Course Outline
Course Outline, Map and Elevation
- The Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon promises to be a beautiful course which "flies" along the streets of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport. This race presents a well-balanced, diverse tour of some the best neighborhoods in the area.

Flying Pig Event Results

History of the "Flying Pig"
Flying Pig History
-- Before there was the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon, did pigs fly? A little "Flying Pig" history lesson.

Flying Pig's First Year Coverage
Cincinnati, OH -- May 12, 1999
- Reviews hog wild about Flying Pig Marathon.

CNN Flying Pig Coverage
Cincinnati, OH -- May 12, 2000
- Pigs hog limelight as Cincinnati street art.

Cincinow.com Story
Sunday, May 14, 2000
-- Cincinnati, OH - Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon.

Olympian Jeff Galloway Leads Official Training Program for Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon
CINCINNATI, OH - (October 18, 2000)
- Olympian, best-selling author and Runner's World columnist Jeff Galloway will head up the 3rd Annual Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon's Official Training Program. Galloway will be in Cincinnati to kick off the training program on November 14, 2000, at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Cincinnati.

Course Bonus Program Offered at Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon
CINCINNATI, OH - (April 27, 2001)
- The Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon is proud to announce an incentive program geared toward the faster or elite runner. The Course Bonus Program has been added to 3rd running of the Cincinnati Marathon to help create more of a field for the marathon without taking away from the everyday runner's experience.

Runningnetworkarchives.com
Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Unveils Its 2001 Poster
- CINCINNATI - (April 24, 2001) - The Power of the Pig just got porkier. Cincinnati's favorite race, the Flying Pig Marathon, let the 2001 edition of its poster series out of the pen... at Fountain Square.

Run Ohio - Regional News
Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Announces New Events
- CINCINNATI - January 21, 2002 - The Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon is at it again. After three successful years and a January 2002 Runner's World magazine designation as one of the top 20 best U.S. marathons, the Cincinnati Marathon is adding new events.

The Cincinnati Enquirer
Just how big is the Flying Pig?
- The Flying Pig Marathon is only 4 years old, a relative babe among highly anticipated annual events in Cincinnati. Yet the 26.2-mile race already has demanded and received attention locally and nationally.

ROAD RUNNERS CLUB OF AMERICA - news release
Cincinnati Flying Pig Flies High Again
- Pigs flying, tails wagging and people squealing made for an exciting 4th Annual Cincinnati Flying Marathon on May 5, 2002. With a new female course record set, a world record accomplishment, and thousands of dreams met as runners crossed the finish line, the Cincinnati Marathon lived up to its recent designation as one of the best US marathons.

Running Network - National News
Cincinnati Extends a Special Invitation to Washington DC Marathon Runners
- CINCINNATI, OHIO - (March 25, 2003) - The Greater Cincinnati Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon are offering special deals for runners from the cancelled Washington DC Marathon, to enter the May 4 Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon.

ChannelCincinnati.com
Videos & Slideshow coverage
- view stories, results, video and slideshows of the 2003 Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon.

Flying Pig Marathon names new officers
CINCINNATI, OH - June 26, 2003
- Jim Mahon of Bartlett & Co. has been named as board chairman of the 2003-2004 Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon.

Corporate Express to sponsor Flying Pig Marathon
CINCINNATI, OH - February 13, 2004
- Corporate Express has signed on as a presenting sponsor of the 2004 Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon and gained the naming rights for the Corporate Challenge Relay.

Cincinnati.com
Cincinnati.com's Flying Pig Marathon Coverage and Stories
- There was no finer swine than the fifth annual Flying Pig Marathon, which featured a record-number of entrants, near-perfect weather and - for the first time in Flying Pig history - two local marathon winners.

City of Cincinnati
"Porkopolis"
- Cincinnati owes a great deal of its rapid growth and prosperity to the pig. Hog processing plants and the resultant by-products were greatly responsible for the founding of many of Cincinnati's nationally prominent industries.

Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon
How to volunteer in other areas
- The Flying Pig Marathon needs more than 3000 volunteers for several important areas of the Marathon before, during, and after the race. Each volunteer receives a T-shirt and an invitation to the Victory Party

Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Official Website
Competing at the Highest Level...
- The Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon has made a mark being the third-largest first-time marathon in the country. Welcoming athletes of all running abilities, this is a race where you can find personal reward.

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