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MARLON WILLIAMS WINS 17TH OLYMPIC DAY RUN

June 9, 2003 – More than 50 people took part in the 17th Olympic Day Run on Saturday, and Dr. Marlon Williams, vice president of the V.I. Olympic Committee won the two-mile race around the University of the Virgin Islands St. Croix campus. The event was organized by the Virgin Islands Pace Runners.
Williams and Angel Morales, V.I. Olympic Committee secretary, read a statement from International Olympic Committee Jacque Rogue at the starting line.
Williams took first place in the event with a time of 11 minutes and 28 seconds; Morgan Locke of the Virgin Islands Swimming Federation was second in 12:26; and Troyson Raymond of the V.I. Express Track Club was third in 12:46.
Theresa Harper was the first female to finish the race with a time of 13:24; Sherma Aurelien was second female in 13:50; and Laura Oscar was third in 19:16.
Top Finishers Male:
1. Marlon Williams 11:28; 2.Morgan Locke 12;26; 3.Troyson Raymond 12:46; 4. Bernell Smithen 13:04; 5.Lester Liburd 14:00; 6.Kamal Russell 14:16; 7.Geron Javois 14;27; 8. Angel Morales 14:31; 9. Rayford Mathew 14:37; 10. Eroll Chichester 14:47; 11. Alex Bradbury 14:50; 12. Kent Bradbury 14:50; 13. Julio Felix 15:10; 14. Antonio Gonzales 15:10; 15. Dalma Williams 15:23; 16. Andrew Petersen 16:56; 17. Kareem Murrell 17:00; 18. Eurman Fahie 17:38; 19. Jack Branch 17:45; 20. Stewart Hypolite 17:46; 21. Ray Lutz 17:47; 22. Leslie Farrelly 17:53; 23. Prospero Lewis 18:29; 24. Alphonso Romney 18:38; 25. Luis Encarnacion 19:42; 26. Willy Lewis 20:06; 27. Alfredo Perez 20:27; 28. Wreford Grouby 20:42; 29. 29. Uriah Edwards 30. Benito Torres 22:38; 31.
Casey Bergstrom 23:30; 32. Denis Dickey 23:31; 33. Malcom Fabio 26:18; 34. Mark Fabio 26:02; 35. Stanford Fabio 30:24
Top Finishers Female:
1. Theresa Harper 13:24; 2. Sherma Aurelien 13:50; 3. Jervina Thomas 16:51; 4. Laura Oscar 16:53; 5. ReeshemaDonaldson 17:52; 6. Andrea Russell 17:54; 7. Amanda Weber 17:54; 8. Meosha Eddy 18:55; 9. Jessica Bradbury 19:13; 10. Angela Bradbury 11. Angela Bradbury 19:26; 12. Carolyn Lanclos 20:12; 13. Tasia Eddy 20:47; 14. Valma Berkitt 21:50; 15. Sherry Hotten 25:10; 16. Naydyeyah Acoy 28:46; 17. Saeiba Phillip 30:03; 18. Emanah Acoy 30:05
Youth Male
1. Alex Bradbury 14:50; 2. Karem Murrell 17:00; 3. Uriah Edwards 21:34
Youth Female
1. Jessica Bradbury 19:13; 2. Naydyah Acoy 28:46; 3. Saeiba Phillip 30:03; 4. Emanah Acoy 30:05 .
High School Male
1. Bernell Smithen 13:04; 2. Lester Liburd 14:00; 3. Kamal Russell 14:16
High School Female
1. Laura Oscar 16:53; 2. Andrea Russell 17:54; 3. Amana Weber 17:54
Masters Male
1. Errol Chischester 14:47; 2. Eurman Fahie 17:38; 3. Rey Lutz 17:47
Master Female
1. Angela Bradbury 19:26; 2. Carolyn Landclos 20:12; 3. Sherry Hotten 25:10
Senior Male
1. Angel Morales 14:31; 2. Prospero Lewis 18:29; 3. Benito Torres 22:38
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