Inter-Club Competition Heats Up In Last 11 Days of 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run
On Sunday, December 20, 2020, two Modern Pentathlon clubs based on the U.S.A. submitted a total of 25 new results for the 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run, with their top three females and top three males being counted for team scoring purposes in the Seniors (Ages 21+) Elite Laser-Run event.
Peak Pentathlon took the lead over Wolfpack Pentathlon Club in the Seniors Women Elite Laser-Run event. A snow-covered course in Colorado did not stop three women from Peak Pentathlon from posting the top three times so far this year. Heidi Hendrick set a new meet record of 16:02.54. She was followed closely by Avery Niemann (16:18.87) and Naomi Ross (16:25.31).
In the Seniors Men Elite Laser-Run event, Wolfpack holds the lead over Peak Pentathlon, with Pablo Borceguin holding onto his previously-set meet record of 13:34.06. Barrett Celecki of Peak Pentathlon took second place on the leader board, posting a 13:43.36. Rene Felix and Kirt Iverson of Wolfpack posted times of 14:22.44 and 14:47.00, respectively, taking third and fourth on the leader board. Mark Maguire and Matt Seagrave of Peak Pentathlon posted times of 15:43.57 and 17:11.40, filling out the remaining two times in the team competition for this event.
With 11 days of competition remaining, the team competition is still up for grabs!
The following Wolfpack Pentathlon Club members set new meet records:
- Pablo Borceguin
- Seniors Men (Ages 21+) Standard Laser-Run (4 x 400) — 6:17.53
- Kirt Iverson
- Masters Men 50+ Standard Laser-Run (2 x 400) — 2:57.31
- Jeffery Deslich
- Masters Men 60+ Elite Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 6:53.31
- Masters Men 60+ Standard Laser-Run (2 x 400) — 4:21.78
The following Peak Pentathlon members set new meet records:
- Heidi Hendrick
- Seniors Women (Ages 21+) Elite Laser-Run (4 x 800) — 16:02.54
- Ryan White
- Juniors Men (Ages 19-20) Elite Laser-Run (4 x 800) —22:28.30
- Katia Marusich
- Juniors Women (Ages 19-20) Elite Laser-Run (4 x 800) —22:34.13
Upon the conclusion of the event, all meet records set by U.S. athletes will be sent to USA Pentathlon for review and possible ratification as American Records. Good luck everyone!