Thursday November 26th, 2015 7:59PM

1,000+ turn out for annual Chamber Chase 5K

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - With a renewed push on wellness in the workplace, the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce welcomed more than 1,000 runners and walkers to its annual 5K at Riverside Military Academy Thursday evening.

GHCC spokeswoman Michelle Wiley said 75 area businesses were represented in the Chamber Chase 5K/Get Fit Stay Fit Corporate Challenge. A total of 1,030 runners and walkers attended the event.

Title sponsor for the 2012 event was Consumers Life Insurance Company. Gold sponsors for the 5K were Gainesville Eye Associates and The Longstreet Clinic.

The following companies and individuals were recognized at the Thursday event:

Overall Male: Juan Soto 16:46
Overall Female: Brittany Aikens 19:13
Fastest CEO: Jason Everett, Budget Carpet/Gainesville Paint (21:29)
Fastest Corporate Team: OHL
Fastest Community Team: Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club
Most Spirited Team: Chicken City Chasers

Tshirt contest
People's choice: OHL
Best use of corporate logo: J&J Foods
Best use of event logo: Georgia MedPort
Most creative: The Longstreet Clinic

18 under Male
Evan Snyder 19:00
Aaron Mullican 19:48
Chance Bloomer 21:00

19-29 Male
Jarrod Paramore 19:58
Phil Bonelli 21:25
Tripp Jernigan 21:28

30-39 Male
Aaron Leach 17:57
Greg Sanders 18:43
Richard Hernandez 19:22

40-49 Male
David Haack 20:00
Richard Smith 21:11
Darrell Snyder 21:35

50+ Male
Tim Grizzle 19:56
David Cholewinski 21:00
Lee Whatley 21:50

18 & under Female
Grace Isakson 23:50
Holly Prince 24:29
Lydia Skorood 27:01

19-29 Female
Ashley Tolland 21:05
Kalen Lee Scholz 21:30
Ann Lopern 22:28

30-39 Female
Tana Martin 21:15
Christy Elliott 21:15
Lyn Kelly 24:06

40-49 Female
Krys Crawford 25:28
Darlene Snyder 25:35
Jan Whatley 27:20

50+ Female
Mamie Coker 24:17
Lynn Zottnich 25:10
Evelyn Hernandez 27:19
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