2015 8TH ANNUAL HEART OF POTOMAC VALLEY BIATHLON

2015 8TH ANNUAL HEART OF POTOMAC VALLEY BIATHLON

RESULTS
ATHLETE GROUP SWIM RUN FINAL
YOUTH MALE 50M ½ MI
AJ Rumancik MY2 :45 4:18 5:03
Caleb Shullenbarger MY7 1:11 4:15 5:26
Andrew McGillvray MY5 1:14 4:18 5:32
Aidan Shanton MY4 :56 5:22 6:18
Elijah Shullenbarger MY6 1:39 5:27 7:06
Collin Aldridge MY3 1:43 5:27 7:10

TEEN MALE 100M 1 MI
Patrick Northrup MT4 1:09 6:12 7:21
James Bruton MT5 1:17 6:12 7:29
Conner Noonan MT3 1:18 6:56 8:14
Hank Machen MT1 1:37 6:51 8:28
Zachary Rumancik MT2 1:44 7:24 9:08

ADULT MALE 100M 1 MI
Chris Northrup MA2 1:24 5:29 6:53
Bill Rumancik MA1 1:42 6:55 8:37
Andy Freeman MA3 1:37 9:07 10:44

YOUTH FEMALE 50M ½ MI
Rebekah Shullenbarger FY6 :52 4:38 5:30
Lindsay Aldridge FY1 :49 5:05 5:54
Ella Machen FY2 :47 5:36 6:23
Cassidy Wildasin FY5 :45 6:54 7:39
MacKenzie Georg FY3 1:05 8:12 9:17
Joanna Georg FY4 1:23 8:31 9:54

ADULT FEMALE 100 M 1 MI
Chris Rumancik FA1 1:33 7:34 9:07
Catherine Zolbrod FA5 1:17 8:00 9:17
Jamie Aldridge FA2 2:29 9:02 11:31
Laura Scafide FA4 1:56 10:00 11:56
Jennifer Georg FA3 2:57 12:20 15:17

8TH ANNUAL HEART OF THE POTOMAC VALLEY BIATHLON

BIATHLON APPLICATION 2015-2

8TH ANNUAL HEART OF THE POTOMAC VALLEY BIATHLON

Saturday August 8th 2015

This event is a combination Swim / Run event sponsored by BARC (Brunswick Area Recreation Council) and supported by Express Running Club of Brunswick, Brunswick Self Storage and The PVYA Brunswick Swim Team.

LOCATION: Brunswick City Pool & Brunswick High School Cross Country Course
101 Cummings Drive, Brunswick, MD 21716
DIRECTORS: Lee Zumbach: 301-834-8045 or Bob Ward: 301-834-8215
RACES: (swim first/run after coming out of the pool)

DIVISIONS:

AWARD DIVISIONS SWIM RUN
YOUTH
12 & UNDER 50 METERS (2 POOL LENGTHS) ½ MILE ON COURSE
TEEN
13-18 100 METERS (4 POOL LENGTHS) 1 MILE ON COURSE
ADULT
19 & OVER 100 METERS (4 POOL LENGTHS) 1 MILE ON COURSE

TIME SCHEDULE:
Registration: will open at 8 am at the pool.
1st pool heats will begin at 9 am in this order: YOUTH / TEEN / ADULT
Event will end by 10:30 AM
Awards 10:30 AM
Rain or Shine event unless weather is severe. Call ahead if questions on weather.

AWARDS: 1ST Place in each Division: MALE / FEMALE will be given a plaque. Medals awarded to next 3 in each Division.

ENTRANCE FEE PER PERSON: Youth: $8 Teen: $10 Adult: $15 (make checks payable to BARC)

T-SHIRTS: Pre-Register by JULY 28TH for shirt guarantee. No back order of shirts. Others will be given a shirt based on first come first served basis.
REFRESHMENTS: Drinks, fruit, and snacks to all.
REST ROOMS & CHANGING AREA: Provided at Pool.
PARKING: High School Lot next to Pool.

DIVISION RULES: Age as of Event Day

REGISTRATION: Mail to: Lee Zumbach, (1019 Gristmill Ct, Knoxville, MD 21758) Pre-entry by JULY 28TH.
RACE DAY REGISTRATION IS ALLOWED

NAME: ____________________________

MALE      FEMALE          AGE:______________

ADDRESS: STREET: _______________________________________________________________________ _

TOWN/STATE/ZIP: ____________________________________________________________________________

Home Phone: _______________________ E-mail Contact:_________________________

T-SHIRT SIZE: Circle: Youth Small: Size 10-12              Youth Medium: Size 14-16

Adult:              small    medium     large

BARC TENNIS CAMP 2015

BARC MIDDLE SCHOOL TENNIS CAMP
Grades 6—9: Brunswick Area Girls & Boys
June 8—12th
6—7:30 PM
Brunswick High School Tennis Courts
Information: Coach Lee Zumbach @ 301-834-8215

8TH ANNUAL: THE GREAT “DEADMAN’S” DOWN HILL MILE RUN

The Fastest Mile You May Ever Run!”

  • Saturday, June 13th, 2015
  • Registration Starts at 3:30 pm at Square Corner Park
  • Race Starts at 5:00 pm

Cost:

  • Youth (5 – 12) – $5
  • Teen (13-17) – $6
  • Adult (18+) – $7

Event Details:

  • Parking available at MARC Train Lot
  • Event registration and race end will be at Square Corner Park, Downtown Brunswick, MD 
  • Take a hayride or jog to the start point for the race
  • Free ice cream sundae for participants
  • Visit local shops, restaurants or take a stroll on the nearby historic C & O Canal in historical Downtown Brunswick

About the Course:

Sponsored:  Brunswick Area Recreation Council (BARC) & Brunswick Main Street.  All proceeds from this event will benefit Brunswick Area Recreation Council (BARC) and Brunswick Main Street.

For More Information:

33rd Annual Forest of Needwood Road Race

 NEEDWOOD APP 2015

BARC is proud to be the principle sponsor of the:

33rd ANNUAL FOREST OF NEEDWOOD

SATURDAY: MARCH 14th, 2015 (snow date Sat. Mar. 21st)

JENNIFER SHAFER ODEM MEMORIAL RUN”

STEEPLECHASERS GRAND PRIX EVENT

5 MILE ROAD RACE

This event honors a true American Hero, Jennifer Shafer Odem,who gave her life in the service of our country. This race supports a scholarship fund in her honor.

Sponsors: Brunswick Area Recreation Council (BARC) – Express Run Club

Date & Time: Sat. March 14th, 2015, 1 pm (snow date Mar. 21st)

Location: St. Mary Catholic Church, 4231 Catholic Church Road, Petersville, Md 21758

From Frederick take 340 west to Rt. 180 exit . Turn left onto Rt. 180. Turn right onto

Catholic Church Road. ( mailing address listed on form).

Course Description: 5 mi. Loop, rolling hills on paved roads.

Course Records: Male: Tom Nave 25:52 (1989)

Female: Laura Nelson 29:48 (1995)

Registration & Fee: Early Registration: $20 (postmarked March 10th)

Race Day: $25 (open at 11:30 am)

Youth 18 & under: $10 early / $15 race day

KIDS RUN: “NO AWARD KIDS 1 MILE RUN”, starting at 12:30 pm. $5 no shirt $10 with shirt. On site registration only.

Awards: 1st & 2nd Place Plaque Male / Female (19 & over)

1st & 2nd Place Plaque Male / Female (youth 18 & under)

Age Group Medals 1st & 2nd each group ages 12 thru 70 & over

$50 Cash to course record breaker male / female

Shirts & Prizes: ALL PER-REGISTERED RUNNERS GUARANTEED A SHIRT.

 

SCOTTISH FIRST FOOTING

For the twelve year, Brunswick Area Rec Council will be sponsoring the Scottish First Footing on December 31, 2014 at 11:45 PM at the Square Corner Park, 1 Potomac Street, Brunswick, MD. The Frederick Drum & Pipes will be performing several selections and at midnight they will play Auld Lang Syne.

The Scottish First Footing or Hogmanay (a Scottish word for the last day of the year) is a tradition that says if the first person to cross your threshold on New Year’s Eve is a tall dark haired man, it will bring good luck to the household. A man or woman with blond or red hair is considered bad luck. The man brings a bottle of drink (Scotch in the old days) to ensure you have plenty to drink, a cake so you have plenty to eat, and a lump of coal. Coal is one of the most popular gifts because it represents warmth for the home, plenty of cooking fuel, and a symbol of luck that soldiers often carried into battles.

Brunswick Area Rec Council is a division of the Frederick County Parks and Recreation Council. BARC meets on the first Monday of the month at the Brunswick High School Library at 7:00 PM. Volunteering and providing recreation for the Brunswick area is always fun and those interested in becoming involved in the community are welcome to attend our meetings. For more information, find us on Facebook at Brunswick Area Rec Council, at barcmd.com, or call Bob Ward (301-834-8215), or Lee Zumbach (301-834-8045).

 

 

Annual Freezin for a Reason 2015

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Why would anyone jump into freezing cold Potomac River water on New Years Day? The answer is simple: To HELP OTHERS. On January 1st, 2015, brave people will again take on the challenge of plunging into water that if they are lucky, will be more than warmer than last year. The Freezin For a Reason Plunge money will help local charities that have a very serious need this time of year.

As the participants gathered on the boat ramp for pre-jump pictures, it is a party atmosphere with all wishing each other Good Luck and Happy New Year. Many of the participants wear fun costumes like Cutter Hadley most outrageous costume last year dressed as a 6 foot 4 inch King Neptune!

Funds pledged to these brave people will be used to help the Brunswick Food Bank, Beacon Emergency Relief Fund, or Frederick County Special Olympics.

BARC would like to express its thanks to the Brunswick Ambulance Crew who help make our event safe and to the City of Brunswick for allowing us to use the campground. A special thanks to all who contributed in support of those who entered the river. Many are going through some difficult times during this winter and the funds raised will help the food bank, the emergency relief fund, and people with special needs. You can still donate to this cause by contacting a person listed in the article or call 301-834-8045 and set up a contribution. No matter how bad times may feel for you, remember there are many in much worse shape who need help with their families and children.

Download Registration Form
Download Sponsor Form

For the first time this year, we are offering the opportunity for the community to make donations online via PayPal. Please click on the link below to donate to Freezin’ for a Reason. We would appreciate you entering which charity you would like your donation to benefit. These are the charities that Freezin’ for a Reason will be supporting this year:

  • Brunswick Food Bank
  • Beacon Emergency Relief Fund
  • Frederick County Special Olympics



7th Annual Heart of the Potomac Valley Biathlon

What better way to show your Brunswick pride than a biathlon! Run the hills of Brunswick and swim a few laps in the pool! You can pretend the pool is the Potomac if you want. This is the 5th year that BARC has hosted the Heart of the Potomac Valley Biathlon and we encourage everyone to come to this great event.

Challenge yourself with laps in the Brunswick Pool then run on the Brunswick High School Cross Country track.

We hope to see you there!

Heart of the Potomac Valley Biathlon Registration Form and Event Details.