Masters

Masters' Results

Notes:

  • Open Standard is the best expected time for someone age 20 to mid 30s depending on event
  • Adj. Time shows your time at age 20 to mid 30s for this race's performance level
  • Age Std. shows the best expected time for your age and gender
  • Age % is your performance level against the age standard for your age and gender
  • Individuals are shown in order of Age % irrespective of age or gender


Masters' Results — Lady Track Shack 5 km Race, 1 February 2014

Female Open Standard 19:47
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Sylvia Ellis 66 F 31:28 26:38 23:23 84.63
Sandra DeNoon 58 F 31:43 24:10 25:58 76.19
Sandy Hults 72 F 38:17 29:03 26:04 75.89
Debbie Glidden 56 F 33:46 23:39 28:15 70.05
Sally Chapin 54 F 37:05 23:11 31:39 65.50
Linda Binge 67 F 43:21 27:00 31:46 62.27
Edna Ramsey 60 F 53:34 24:43 42:53 46.14
Anne Rogers 31 F 53:34 19:48 53:33 36.95


Masters' Results — Season's 5.2 km Race, 25 January 2014

Note: Race was 5.2 km — Masters' Results based on Track Shack 5 km split timer

Male Open Standard: 17:58/Female Open Standard 19:47
Name Age Sex 5 km Split Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Sandra DeNoon 58 F 31:03 24:10 26:16 77.82
Sandy Hults 72 F 37:39 29:03 25:38 77.17
Paul Alvord 69 M 33:36 24:45 24:23 73.65
Danny Demauro 87 M 45:06 32:25 24:59 71.87
Karl Barsch 74 M 37:46 26:22 25:43 69.82
Debbie Glidden 56 F 34:01 23:39 28:27 69.53
Greg McGowan 65 M 37:18 23:38 28:21 63.70
Sally Chapin 54 F 37:06 23:11 31:40 62.47
Helen Kwiat 51 F 38:02 22:31 33:25 59.21
Randall Glidden 57 M 39:49 21:48 32:48 54.75
Ray Jenkins 45 M 37:59 19:41 34:40 51.80
Angela Eaton 50 F 49:01 22:19 43:28 45.52
Darryl Kwiat 55 M 53:32 21:24 44:55 39.99
Christopher Kwiat 15 M 53:31 19:27 49:26 36.34
Dean Eaton 50 M 57:21 20:30 50:14 35.75


Masters' Results — OUC Orlando Half Marathon, 1 December 2013

Male Open Standard: 1:21:59/Female Open Standard: 1:30:11
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Sandra Hults 71 F 2:56:54 2:17:51 1:55:44 77.93
Sandra DeNoon 58 F 2:34:35 1:53:04 2:03:18 73.14
Greg McGowan 65 M 2:44:49 1:44:59 2:08:42 63.70
John Casterline 71 M 3:02:15 1:52:54 2:12:21 61.94
Helen Kwiat 51 F 3:06:19 1:44:08 2:41:22 55:89
Sean O'Callaghan 48 M 2:58:28 1:30:08 2:42:19 50.51

 


Masters' Results — RunNona at Night 5k, 2 November 2013

Male Open Standard: 17:58/Female Open Standard: 19:47
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Charles McLaughlin 73 M 37:32 26:01 25:54 69.33
Tom Belford 65 M 34:50 23:38 26:28 67.84
Greg McGowan 65 M 37:08 23:38 28:13 63.64
Sally Chapin 54 F 36:35 23:11 31:14 63.35
Ellen Belford 59 F 48:03 24:26 38:54 50.85
Ellen Rendle 51 F 44:39 22:31 39:14 50.44

 


Masters' Results — UCF U Can Finish 5 Mile, 13 October 2013

Male Open Standard: 29:37/Female Open Standard: 32:36
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Joan Terry 49 F 41:10 36:32 36:59 88.73
Sandra Hults 71 F 1:01:24 47:54 42:04 78.02
John Fredericks 65 M 50:13 38:47 38:36 77.24
Sandra DeNoon 58 F 53:10 40:06 43:31 75.42
Karl H Barsch 74 M 1:01:21 43:20 42:12 70.63
Chuck McLaughlin 73 M 1:01:25 42:45 42:49 69.60
Linda Binge 66 F 1:04:20 44:25 47:32 69.04
Barry Weinreb 61 M 55:06 37:11 44:11 67.49
Greg McGowan 65 M 59:49 38:47 45:59 64.84
Sally Chapin 54 F 59:50 38:23 51:10 64.14
Kelsey Carney 16 F 55:08 33:50 53:29 61.35

 


Masters' Results — Rock n' Run 5k, 14 Sep 2013

Male Open Standard: 17:58/Female Open Standard: 19:47
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Sandy Hults 71 F 37:25 28:37 25:52 76.46
Sandy DeNoon 58 F 32:08 24:10 26:18 75.20
Barry Weinreb 61 M 33:57 22:39 26:55 66.74
Yvonne Grudzina-Glaser 58 F 36:23 24:10 29:47 66.42
Karl H Barsch 74 M 37:51 26:22 25:47 69.67
Linda Binge 66 F 40:35 26:28 30:09 65.62
Sally Chapin 54 F 36:12 23:11 30:54 64.02
Patricia Winters 47 F 39:03 21:45 35:32 55.68
Cathy Cox 55 F 41:59 23:25 35:29 55.76
James Jenkins M 45:40 24:53 32:58 54.47
Raymond Jenkins 45 M 38:32 19:41 35:10 51.06
Melenda Edmiston 62 F 50:09 25:18 39:12 50.46
Richard Casselberry 64 M 55:05 23:23 42:19 42.44

 


Masters' Results — Celebration of Running 5k, 17 August 2013

Male Open Standard: 17:58/Female Open Standard: 19:47
Name Age Sex Tape Age Std. Adj. Time Age %
Sandy DeNoon 58 F 32:02 24:10 26:14 75.43
Debbie Glidden 56 F 34:09 23:39 28:34 69.25
Charles McLaughlin 73 M 37:51 26:01 26:07 68.75
Michelle Heister 47 F 32:22 21:45 29:27 67.18
Barry Weinreb 61 M 34:10 22:39 27:05 66.31
Danny DeMauro 86 M 46:21 30:43 27:06 66.27
Greg McGowan 65 M 36:54 23:38 28:03 64.04
Linda Binge 66 F 42:08 26:38 31:18 63.20
Yvonne Grudzina-Glaser 58 F 38:20 24:10 31:23 63.04
Sally Chapin 54 F 36:52 23:11 31:28 62.87
Gloria Hatfield 68 F 43:34 27:22 31:29 62.83
Kelsey Carney 16 F 33:57 20:13 32:44 60.23
Bateman Blair 72 M 42:39 25:41 29:49 60.23
Davis Heister 17 M 32:11 18:52 30:38 58.62
Helen Kwiat 51 F 39:50 22:31 35:00 56.53
Raymond Jenkins 45 M 37:41 19:14 34:24 52.21
Christopher Kwiat 15 M 45:31 19:27 42:02 42.72
Darryl Kwiat 55 M 50:23 21:24 42:16 42.49
Suzanne Hagen 45 F 54:30 21:23 50:25 39.24
Norelyz Maldonado-Lutz 38 F 52:16 20:16 51:01 38.78

 

Age Grading Calculator

Example, you are a 65 year old male and want to see age-graded information for a time of 35:42 that you recently ran in a 5K race, simply:

  • Enter 65 in the Age field
  • Select Male in the Gender field
  • Select 5 kilometers as the distance in Walks or Distance fields
  • Enter 35:42 in the Time/Distance/Height field
  • Press the Age-Graded or Result button

The adjusting factor, age-graded result, open standard performance, age standard performance, and age-performance percentage will appear.

Note: Age-graded tables were researched and compiled by the World Masters Athletics (WMA).

1. Select event.
2. Enter your age, sex, and result (time = ss, mm:ss, or hh:mm:ss/distance or height = m or m.dd).
Age:
Gender:
M F
Time/Distance/Height:
3. Click 'Age-grade' to calculate age-grading.

Factor:
Age-graded result:
Open std:
Age std:
Age-performance %:
4. Change event, age, or sex and click 'Result' for equivalent performance.

Age Grading: How it works

Age grading uses tables of age factors and age standards to put all runners,regardless of age and sex on a level playing field. In particular, they allow runners' performances, no matter what their age, to be corrected to what they would have been achieving in their prime years, and permit valid comparisons to be made between people of different ages.

This calculator is intended to provide you with an age-graded race time and an achievement percentile for a recent performance at a specific race distance. Age-graded information allows you to:

  • Adjust your performance to what it theoretically would have been during your prime running years (your 20's and a portion of your 30's depending on the race distance).
  • Judge your performance, using an achievement percentile, without bias for gender or the aging process (in other words, you are measured against a specific standard for your age and sex). These percentiles can be interpreted as follows:
    • 100% = World record level
    • 90% = World class
    • 80% = National class
    • 70% = Regional class
    • 60% = Local class
  • Compare your performances for a specific race distance at various ages to determine which was your "best race".