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38th Annual Proud To Run
5K Walk/Run, 10K Run & Half Marathon
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Montrose Harbor, Chicago

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Proud To Run Chicago 2019 Post-Race Program

38th Annual Proud To Run
5K Walk/Run, 10K Run & Half Marathon
Saturday, June 29, 2019
Montrose Harbor, Chicago

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Proud To Run

Chicago 2019

Run. Forward.

Post-Race Program

38th Annual Proud To Run
5K Walk/Run, 10K Run & Half Marathon

Saturday, June 29, 2019
Montrose Harbor, Chicago


Proud To Run

Chicago 2019

Run. Forward.

Check out our race day video on our Facebook page!

38th Annual Proud To Run
5K Walk/Run, 10K Run & Half Marathon

Saturday, June 29, 2019
Montrose Harbor, Chicago
Chicago’s Original Pride Week Running Event!

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Thank You to Our 2019 Sponsors!

Proud To Run Frontrunners
Chicago 2019

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You keep us running forward!

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Our 2019 Beneficiaries

About Face Theatre is an The GenderCool Project is an

institution of culture and inclusivity that incredible national storytelling project
creates exceptional, innovative, and that provides a forum for transgender
adventurous theatre and educational and gender-nonconforming young
programming that advances the people to talk about who they are
national dialogue on sexual and gender rather than what they are.
identity, and challenges and entertains
audiences in Chicago and beyond.

H.O.M.E. (Housing Opportunities and The LGBT Chamber of
Maintenance for the Elderly) works to improve Commerce of Illinois

quality of life for low-income older adults by providing advocates for the economic
intergenerational housing, home repair, a shopping bus, visibility and viability of
and moving assistance, all to allow older adults to remain LGBTQ+ people and their businesses, and supports
connected to their larger community. member organizations that promote equality.

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$80,000 Raised!

Proud To Run is disbursing $80,000 to our 2019 Beneficiaries, the
LARGEST disbursement in Proud To Run history!!!! Thank you to our
participants, our volunteers, and our corporate sponsors for helping

to make Proud To Run 2019 our most successful race ever!

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2019 Top 3 Overall Finishers

5K Non-binary 5K Female 5K Male

Dan Solera 19:28 Amanda Porter 18:31 Nick Fagan 17:32
Eric Green 21:25 Priyanka Prakash 19:02 Ryan Thomas 17:45
Michael Amil 29:35 Barbara Solheim 20:22 Max Candocia 18:04

10K Non-binary 10K Female 10K Male

Chris Ramacciotti 53:19 Mallory Dreyer 40:27 Alvaro Montoya 35:08
Will Kelly 58:05 Meg Murphy 40:53 Landis Huffman 36:47
Dalton Traina 1:01:21 Jillian Cordes 42:53 Andrew Mortensen 37:44

Half Marathon Non-binary Half Marathon Female Half Marathon Male

Ing Swenson 1:55:52 Melissa Kuhlman 1:39:07 Steve Browne 1:13:44
Brenda Maya 2:45:32 Mary Tobin 1:41:14 Joseph Muldoon 1:25:04
Jes Stec 2:45:32 Lesli Jennings 1:42:15 Paul Ludwig 1:29:38

Overall Team

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2019 Top Finishers By Age Group

5K Non-binary 5K Female 5K Male

25-29 Mal Dauby 30:56 1-14 Keira Kelliher 32:54 1-14 Robbie Berks 28:16
30-34 Katy Erker-Lynch 30:08 15-19 Isabelle Hester 30:24 15-19 Landon Richie 26:23
35-39 Molly Holmes 32:54 20-24 Shivani Kumar 27:27 20-24 William Nondorf 20:30
40-44 Beccie Stanek 34:50 25-29 Shaheen Bronkonski 23:38 25-29 Joseph Johnson 19:15
30-34 Brittany Matteson 21:19 30-34 Ren-How Harn 19:12
10K Non-binary 35-39 Jamie Bernstein 22:53 35-39 Scott Shaw 18:24
40-44 Caroline Hammond 20:59 40-44 Jeremie Winkelman 22:00
15-19 Ashley Vasquez 1:03:48 45-49 Erica Meiners 21:54 45-49 Shu Chong 19:57
25-29 Gavin Damore 1:02:53 50-54 Stacey Miceli 22:55 50-54 Tom Proctor 20:09
30-34 Ann Diamond 1:22:56 55-59 Shari Rampenthal 27:41 55-59 William Hancox 24:05
35-39 Laurie Nannini 1:22:56 60-64 Kielo Sauvala 26:02 60-64 Tom Cowan 22:33
65-69 Dawn Kolotka 43:48 65-69 Howard Weiss 39:29
Half Marathon Non-binary 70-74 Paul Roberts 32:12
10K Female 75-79 Neal Knight 40:58
20-24 Jes Stec 2:45:32
25-29 Brenda Maya 2:45:32 15-19 India Zier 54:16 10K Male
40-44 Ing Swenson 1:55:52 20-24 Julie Lohman 48:08
25-29 Leigh Kukanza 45:22 1-14 Alejandro Valerdi 44:12
30-34 Kathleen Hart 34:53 15-19 Eduardo Garcia 40:10
35-39 Kerry Lester 44:18 20-24 JT Meyer 41:28
40-44 Tina Abramovitch 44:27 25-29 Spencer Bowles 41:52
45-49 Christina Joly 51:43 30-34 Steven Spangler 38:35
50-54 Amy Zier 50:13 35-39 Matthew Wolin 38:05
55-59 Jane Jarcho 50:54 40-44 Jeffrey Edmonds 46:11
60-64 Deborah Burnet 55:57 45-49 Timothy Sheppard 41:37
50-54 Frank Gassmann 41:01
Half Marathon Female 55-59 David Wigle 41:29
60-64 Russ Klettke 48:39
20-24 Aleksandra Glogovac 2:29:35 65-69 Plato Lee 52:40
25-29 Julia Black 1:57:02 70-74 Randy Ballia 1:05:29
30-34 Maggie Johnson 1:47:28
35-39 Allison Smith 1:35:45 Half Marathon Male
40-44 Erin Benoit 1:52:05
45-49 Maureen Loughnane 2:11:40 20-24 Trevor Wall 1:45:17
50-54 Lisa Brown 2:12:46 25-29 Ryan Shaffer-Myers 1:40:20
55-59 Susan Galvin 1:56:52 30-34 Adam Gilbert 1:31:20
60-64 Karen Wood 2:07:23 35-39 Robert Desmond 1:31:52
40-44 Daniel Burstein 1:38:23
45-49 Karl Flener 1:35:39
50-54 James Pszanka 1:47:08
55-59 Travis Woulfe 1:37:02
60-64 Jeff Light 2:06:23

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Proud To Run History

In 1982, LGBTQ+ athlete and activist Peg Grey set out to
organize a running event to celebrate pride in a healthy,
fun way. A charter member of Chicago Frontrunners,
Grey was committed to fostering the visibility and self-
esteem of gay and lesbian members of Chicago’s
athletic community. While Chicago was then a relatively
progressive city, Grey and her colleagues Rob Williams
and Jim White were met with reluctance while trying to
get the event off the ground, particularly when trying to
find volunteers who were comfortable supporting a “gay
event.” That reluctance was a snapshot of the underlying
difficulty LGBTQ+ people faced in Chicago and around
the country.

Nevertheless, Grey persevered and secured the site,
the staff, and the support necessary to make the race
a reality. And on June 20, 1982, 40 proud LGBTQ+
athletes gathered at Foster Avenue Beach and set off on
a 10K run and 1K walk. They might not have known then
the impact that the event would have in Chicago’s
LGBTQ+ community.

The modest, hard-won event evolved into Proud To Run
Chicago, held during Chicago’s Pride Week Festivities.
Proud To Run is presented by Frontrunners/Frontwalkers
Chicago, the city’s premier running and walking club, and
is organized by a community-based, all-volunteer board
of directors. Since its inception, the race has moved to
Montrose Harbor and has grown from the 40 runners and
walkers who took those first steps to thousands of local,
national, and international participants and spectators
who gather to celebrate pride and diversity with the spirit
that Peg Grey first envisioned.

Proud To Run was inducted into the Chicago LGBT
Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2016, Proud To Run led the
nation in creating a more inclusive race by implementing
a non-binary gender category for participants to choose
during registration.

We are proud to announce that this year’s
Proud To Run was the largest in our history,
with over 2,200 participants and raising an
all-time high of $80,000 for our beneficiaries!

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Race Day Highlights

Lori Lightfoot, 56th Mayor of Chicago Race Day Emcee: Mike Lowe, WGN-TV

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot appeared at Proud To Run WGN-TV’s Mike Lowe has won 21 Emmy Awards,
2019, cheering on runners, handing out finishers medals, three Edward R. Murrow awards, and a national Walter
and inspiring our Proud To Run family with a speech Cronkite Award for Political Journalism. He serves on the
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National Anthem: Molly Jane Powers Volunteer Groups Participation

Molly Jane Powers is a recovering (semi-retired) lawyer Our four beneficiary organizations, Windy City Cycling
who returned to singing as she began her medical Club, SMELTS, and United Airlines were among the
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Proud To Run 2019 will be her first public performance of
the National Anthem. She takes her inspiration for this
event from Jim Cornelison, the Blackhawks anthem singer
(even if he is a tenor).

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Race Day Highlights

Lakeside Pride Ensembles Urban Pooch Agility Demonstration

Lakeside Pride is a musical organization committed to the Longtime supporter Urban Pooch dazzled the crowd
education of the public at large about the positive aspects with a dog agility demo led by Head Trainer Jim Bahr, a
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the community along the way.

Chicago Spirit Brigade Lifetime Acheivement Award: Corbin Woodling

The fabulous Chicago Spirit Brigade cheered on participants 2019 marked the first time that Proud To Run granted a
during the race and kept the energy going in a post-race lifetime achievement award. For the past two decades,
performance in the Athletes’ Village! Learn more about Corbin Woodling has been a pillar for both Proud To Run and
Chicago Spirit Brigade at Frontrunners Chicago. During his tenure with Frontrunners
and Proud To Run, he has occupied virtually every role
and function that exists, and his extraordinary dedication
and passion for this organization have contributed immensely
to the success and growth seen so vibrantly at this year’s
event. When the idea of a lifetime achievement award was
proposed, there was instant and unanimous agreement as
to who the first recipient should be. Thank you, Corbin
Woodling, for helping us run forward, farther, and prouder
for so many years.

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38th Annual Proud To Run Board

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John Avila, Race Co-Director Dan Kilbane Joshua Wolff
Jeremy Kras Travis Woulfe
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It was a beautiful June day at Montrose Harbor and along the Lakefront Trail, and our volunteers showed more Pride
than we ever could have dreamed!

Our sincere appreciation goes to each and every one of the volunteers who supported Proud To Run, whether on
race day along the courses and the Athletes’ Village, during our final week of prep including packet pickup, or at our
fundraising/promotional events like Proud To Runway and Midsommarfest.

You shared in the spirit of all that is Proud To Run, helping us lift up our four beneficiary organizations as well as
being visible while the world commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. Our volunteers helped build
community in Chicagoland. We are so grateful!

Thank you from the bottom of our Proud To Run hearts!

If you would like to get involved with Proud To Run 2020, send an email to [email protected]

Proud To Run 2019 Lead Volunteers

Race Co-Director: John Bowen Finish Line Medals: Patti Flynn
Race Co-Director: John Avila Gear Check & Lead Bikes: Ken Martin
Logistics & Volunteers Assistance: Dan Kilbane
Course Managers: Ben Anderson-Dukes, John Coleman, (Windy City Cycling Club)
Athletes’ Village: John Bowen, Curtis Tom
Chris Gekas Post-Race Teardown: Robert Graff, Dan Kilbane
Water Station Captains: About Face Theatre, Special Thanks: Corbin Woodling, Dawn Barcus,

Thomas Drexler, Rob Anderson-Dukes, SMELTS Gerald Cernak, David Reithoffer, Adam Dobrodt,
Media Liaison: Mark Bieganski Julie Paradise, Brad Storm
Race Day Packet Pickup: Scott Plummer Photography: Jose Rios and Brian Schoeneck
Volunteer Check-in: Jeremy Kras

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Proud To Run Volunteers 2019

Donny Acosta Taylor Figura Rachel Kubacki John Roche
klaus Adam Patricia Flaa Maylis Larroque Amelia Rodriguez
Ben Anderson-Dukes Patti Flynn Ken Lee Sarah Roman
Rob Anderson-Dukes Elizabeth Foster Bernie Lewis Kamden Romano
Jancko Arias Zoe Fox Amanda Lovall-Cole Lisa Sanders
Charles Askenaizer Chris Gekas Wenneasha Love Steven Sartin
Grace Avila Claudia Gladstone Ken Martin Gail Schechter
Julia Badger Maria Glover-Wallace Craig Martin Brian Schoeneck
Joseph Beal Carolyn Gorny Paul Merrick Larry Scott
Victoria Becu Donald Goschy Joy Merten Kara Severson
James Belanger William Greaves Chad Molinelli Amy Sheahan
Ronit Bezalel Lev Grosshandler Richard Molony Leah Shefsky
Brian Biddle Anissa Gunter Janine Moore Diane Sintich
Jason Biddle Shaily Hakimian Scott Morgan Chelsey Smith
Heather Black Josh Harper Joan Morrow Jim Snyder
Christopher Black Michael Harrast Nikki Moustafa Luke Sokolowski
Brooke Blazevich Aden Henry Vanessa Murphy Tori Sosnowski
Victoria Bolf Scott Heuring Fred Myers Natalie Spainhour
Denise Bowker Candi Hohner Cassandra Nelson Daniel Sparks
Andrew Boyer Jerome Holston Kae Nosbisch Ben Sprunger
Brandon Cabello Kevin Horan-Bussey Melissa Ockerman Samuel Stephenson
Cathy Cadigan Pam Horan-Bussey Angela Ogg David Stokes
Michael Calderon Bob Hostettler Jenna Olson Sixia Sun
Megan Carney Melissa Hubbert Holly Olson Christopher Thornton
Alex Cease Tia James Alessandra Osilia Emily Traw
Gerald Cernak Margaret James Vena Mae Otakan Efty Trebicka
Huanqing Chen Michele Jansen Julie Paradise Jeremy Tworek
John Coleman Nadjela Johnson Harumi Patzy Isabel Victorero
JJ Conoscenti Allison K Maria Fernanda Pernalete Vivian Villalobos
Eric Cortez Aaron Kacel Bernard Perry Laura Weaver
John Cosby Scott Keator Carl Petry Lee Weiss
Shelly Culligan Philonise Keithley Matt Phillips Ellen Wernecke
Jordan Davis Sean Kelley Jaqui Pink Karen Williams
Jacob Dawson John Kelly Scott Plummer Heather Wolfers
Megan Day David Kerpel David Posner Adam Wolfers
Marta de Larrea Brandon Kerpel James Price Morgan Wolfers
Aimee Diggs Erin Kerpel Cassandra Pynakker Timothy Wong
Thomas Drexler Kristyn Kerr Kathy Rasmussen Joshua Wright-Huynh
Kathrin Ebinger Steve Kerr Robyn-Phalen Rayson Anita Yamaguchi
Lindsay Edelson Kathleen Kilian David Reithoffer Yumi Yamaguchi
Kristen Ellison Adam Klaus Benjamin Rezko Olexandr Yankovy
Todd Faulstich Katie Klemme Jose Rios Mitchel Young
Belen Fernandez- Roselee Kraus Ricardo Rios Jeff Zhou
Eric Krause Geoff Robinson Monia Zmudzki
Victorio Bajo Ania Zurek

The 39th Annual Proud To Run will be on
Saturday, June 27, 2020. See you next year!

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