Lost Dutchman Half Marathon Pacers
Below are the race pacers from the 2022 Lost Dutchman Half Marathon, this page will be updated when pacers for 2023 are set.
Lance Risi - 1:30
Lance Risi Half Marathon Pacer 1.30
Lance got into running after the events of 9/11 and weighing 220 pounds. He worked on the 47th floor of a building not too far from the WTC and witnessed a lot that day. Running was and is the outlet he needed to cope with the anxiety that followed. 60+ plus pounds later, Lance continues to run and bike. Lance just finished the REIMS France half marathon and has run over 35+ half marathons (both trail and road) since September 11, 2001.
Ken Brooks - 1:45
Ken Brooks Half Marathon Pacer 1.45
Ken has been an avid distance runner and pacer since 2002. He has completed 100+ full/ultra marathons, 15+ 25Ks, and 50+ half marathons all over North America. Ken holds PRs of 1:12 (half), 2:36 (full) and is also a member of Team Stellafly, a multi-discipline endurance team, out of Michigan. In the past, he has paced for companies including MarathonPacing.Com, Cliff Bar, and Nike. Ken is excited to be part of helping you reach your goals in a fun and motivating experience that you'll never soon forget!
Patti Krebsbach - 2:00
Patti Krebsbach Half Marathon Pacer 2.00
Patti is from the suburbs of Seattle, but spends her winters in Mesa. She started running in 2003 and hasn't stopped since. She has gone on to complete hundreds of race distances from 5K up to Ironman 140.6. Patti loves to travel and has finished a marathon in all 50 states, plus Canada, Spain, and Italy.
Tammy Campbell - 2:15
Tammy Campbell Half Marathon Pacer 2.15
Tammy ran her first half marathon in 2010 and has since completed 25+ half marathons (PR 1:46). She has also completed a marathon and a 50k trail race. She is an active member of the Arizona running community and enjoys helping others reach their goals.
Debbie Goodwin - 2:30
Debbie Goodwin Half Marathon Pacer 2.30
Debbie got into running around 2005. She has done distances ranging from 5Ks to 100 milers and 48 hour races. Running is a way to process life and a great way to enjoy burning calories while hanging with friends. Pacing is a way to keep others motivated and hitting their goal times.
Marie Johnson - 2:45
Marie Johnson Half Marathon Pacer 2.45
The year was 2016 when Marie crossed the finish line of her very first race. It was a half-marathon that had been sitting on her bucket list for over a decade. Soon after that she caught the running bug and since then she has completed races from 5k to the big 26.2! Marie was not always a runner and used to think it wasn't cool to run. Nowadays, she's all things running. She's currently a member of three running clubs, and commits to running, at least, one race a month. Her ultimate running goal is to BQ one day (partly because she's from Boston). Marie expressed that she runs because it gives her a space in time when she could move at her own pace. She can leave her worries in the dust, permit her mind to wander and let her feet take her to new places.