101st Anniversary Jackson Day Race Results

Sunday, January 6, 2008, 8:30 AM
Old Spanish Fort to Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA
Race Director: Chuck George, New Orleans Track Club

The 101st Anniversary Jackson Day Race saw a record broken as 15 year old northshore running sensation Malia Cali became the youngest winner in the history of the race winning the women's overall title with a time of 35:01. In the men's division, Matthew Guy a runner recently from the Mobile area now residing in New Orleans took overall male division honors with a time of 30:26.

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9K Award Winners

Male Age Time Female Age Time
Overall
Matthew Guy 22 30:26 Malia Cali 15 35:01
Chad Callais 37 30:51 Kelly Nicholas 40 36:36
Sean Allerton 23 31:14 Colleen Manchester 28 38:03
Overall Masters
Phil Jones 52 33:30 Linda Ewing 46 39:50
Overall Grandmasters
Tom Farley 51 36:05 Fillis Friedman 55 43:25
Overall Seniors
Juan Perez 63 36:32 Yvonne Thomas 64 49:07
Overall Racewalkers
Aaron Boudreaux 51 1:01:03 Jane Phelps 64 1:21:00
Louis de Lassus Award - 1st NOTC Member Finishers
Chad Callais 37 30:51 Kelly Nicholas 40 36:36

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Photos by George Waguespack. 1st overall male finisher Matthew Guy. Malia Cali becomes the youngest female overall finisher in the race's history. Joseph Provenzano finishes fast. Enjoying the French Quarter and Jackson Square finish! Enjoying the French Quarter and Jackson Square finish! Aaron Boudreaux wins the Racewalkers division. Enjoying the French Quarter-Jackson Square finish! Jane Phelps lead the race walker womens division. Awards presentation: Overall winners Matthew Guy and Malia Cali pose with the National Park Service re-enactors Plauche's Battalion. NOTC President Mo Emory with 2nd overall finishers Kelly Nicholas and Chad Callais. 3rd overall female Colleen Manchester. Phil Jones, 1st masters. Fillis Friedman, 1st grandmasters. Juan Perez, 1st seniors. National Park Service Representative Mary Lambert with the Plauche's Battalion re-enactors. Kim Garvey, representing Radiofone presents award to Yvonne Thomas, the Seniors female winner. Aaron Boudreaux, 1st male racewalker award winner.
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Photos by George Waguespack.