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Wolfpack Pentathlon Club Sets 17 Meet Records at the 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club members submitted some amazing results in the 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run, including 17 of 27 new meet records established at the event.

Pablo Borceguin established meet records of 13:34.06 and 6:17.53 respectively in the Seniors (Ages 21+) Men Elite Laser-Run and Seniors Men Open Laser-Run events.

In the Youth divisions, Keira Bardin established a meet record of 10:41.23 in the U15 Girls Elite Laser-Run, Reid Bardin established a meet record of 8:43.14 in the U13 Boys Elite/Open Laser-Run, and Iver Iverson established a meet record of 2:58.56 in the U9 Boys Elite/Open Laser-Run.

In the Masters female divisions, Mona Leon set meet records in the Masters Women 40+ Elite Laser-Run and the Masters Women 40+ Open Laser-Run. And Dr. Jeanette Lee set meet records in the Masters Women 50+ Elite Laser-Run and the Masters Women 50+ Open Laser-Run.

In the Masters male divisions, Rene Felix set a meet record in the Masters Men 30+ Elite Laser-Run. Kirt Iverson established meet records in the Masters Men 40+ and 50+ Elite Laser-Run and the 30+, 40+, and 50+ Open Laser-Runs . And Jeffery Deslich established meet records in the Masters Men 60+ Elite and Masters Men 60+ Open Laser-Run.

For the full results and links to videos and photos submitted by the participants, see the event web site: https://www.dashnzap.com/.

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!

Roy Michael Reyes of Wolfpack Pentathlon Club wore holiday attire for his latest solo attempt in the Seniors Men Standard Laser-Run

Fourteen Meet Records Set on Opening Day of the 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run

On Opening Day of the 2020 Wolfpack Virtual Laser-Run, an official Team USA event, Wolfpack Pentathlon Club Members set 14 new meet records, 12 of which remained standing at the end of the day.

In the Seniors Men (Ages 21+) Open Laser-Run (4 x 400), nine race results were submitted, making it the most popular event of the day.

First, Roy Michael Reyes beat his own meet record from last year, posting a time of 7:15.xx. Then, Kirt Iverson established a new meet record of 6:57.80. Finally, Pablo Borceguin established yet another new meet record of 6:27.87. Pablo’s record survived until the end of the day, making him the current meet record holder.

Pablo Borceguin faced off against Rene Felix on the laser-range during his record-setting performance in the Seniors Men Open Laser-Run event.

Here is a list of all of the Wolfpack Pentathlon Club members who hold new meet records:

  • Reid Bardin
    • U13 Boys Standard/Elite Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 8:43.14
  • Kira Bardin
    • U15 Girls Standard Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 7:50.74
  • Alice Twu
    • Seniors Women (Ages 21+) Open Laser-Run (4 x 400) — 8:43.14
  • Pablo Borceguin
    • Seniors Men (Ages 21+) Elite Laser-Run (4 x 800) — 13:34.06
    • Seniors Men (Ages 21+) Open Laser-Run (4 x 400) — 6:27.87
  • Dr. Jeanette Lee
    • Masters Women 50+ Elite Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 8:28.71
    • Masters Women 50+ Open Laser-Run (2 x 400) — 4:49.81
  • Kirt Iverson
    • Masters Men 50+ Elite Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 5:42.36
    • Masters Men 40+ Standard Laser-Run (3 x 400 ) — 5:13.20
    • Masters Men 50+ Open Laser-Run (2 x 400) — 3:21.60
  • Jeffery Deslich
    • Masters Men 60+ Elite Laser-Run (3 x 400) — 7:51.66
    • Masters Men 60+ Open Laser-Run (2 x 400) — 5:04.99

UIPM Puts on First-Ever Home Laser-Run Competition

The first-ever Home Laser-Run competition was put on by the UIPM on May 4-7, 2020. It was an exciting world-wide event that included qualifying rounds and finals in every age group, with the finals being live-streamed on UIPM TV on May 7.

Coach Kirt Iverson competed in the event as one of the only masters participants from the USA, taking 17th out of 35 in the male 40-59 qualifying rounds.

See the results here:

https://www.uipmworld.org/laserhomerun-information-page

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club Establishes Slew of Laser-Run Meet and Club Records

At the first annual Wolfpack All-Comer Track Meet and Laser-Run, held at Westmont High School in Campbell, CA, on November 24, 2019, Wolfpack Pentathlon Club members helped set the bar high for next year’s event. For a current list of meet records, see http://www.dashnzap.com/records. For a current list of club records, see http://www.wolfpackpentathlon.com/club-records.

These were some of the Wolfpack Pentathlon Club volunteers and participants at the 2019 Wolfpack All-Comer Track Meet and Laser-Run.

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club to Put On All-Comer Laser-Run Event on 11/24/2019 in Campbell, CA

Laser range (expandable to 12 targets) — CHECK

Audio system — CHECK

Podium — CHECK

Photographer — CHECK (thank you Roy Michael Reyes)

All systems are go for the 2019 Wolfpack All-Comer Track Meet and Laser-Run, which will be held on Sunday, November 24, at Westmont High School in Campbell, CA. This even is suitable for all-comers of any age, gender, and ability–with no previous experience needed.

Sign up here:

https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Campbell/2019WolfpackAllComerTrackMeetandLaserRun

For more information, see the event web site:

https://www.dashnzap.com/

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club Continues Preparations to Host NorCal Laser-Run Championships

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club continued its preparations to host the NorCal Laser-Run Championships, putting on a second informal Laser-Run demonstration at Live Oak Park on Saturday, October 12.

The portable shooting range now includes four shooting stations and is expandable to eight shooting stations with two reserve stations.

UPDATE: Check the team calendar for dates of upcoming events, including our informal practice events!

Wolfpack Pentathlon Club Puts on Demonstration Laser-Run Event in Santa Clara, CA

On Sunday, September 22, 2019, Wolfpack Pentathlon Club put on a demonstration Laser-Run event at Live Oak Park in Santa Clara, CA. Wolfpack Pentathlon Club’s portable shooting range allows for head-to-head competition and can be set up almost anywhere in less than an hour. Neighborhood kids and adults had a blast competing against each other on this 200-meter grass course. Check out one of the races here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31FuuVRhOYQ