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Brett Winegar

Age:  35
Events:  XC, 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon
Hometown:  Kalispell, MT
College/University Competed for:  Montana State University

Personal Bests:

1600 m: 4:16

3200 m: 9:11

5 km: 14:55

10 km: 30:41

Half-marathon: 1:09:35

Marathon: 2:23:11

Career Highlights

2014      Club Nationals, 32:53, 251st place

2014      Turkey Trot, Whitefish, MT, 17:30, 1st place

2014      Regional XC Championships, 33:54, 11th place

2014      PNTF XC Championships, 33:37, 11th place

2014      USA Trail Half Championships, 1:25:03, 12th place

2014      WWU XC Invite, 33:17, 48th place

2014      Race For A Soldier, 1:16:58, 1st place

2014      Sundodger Invitational, 26:03, 31st place

2014      RR Days, 35:06, 12th place

2014      Torchlight, 26:47, 10th place

2014      Run of the Mill; 15:48, 6th place

2014      Shore Run, 16:03, 1st place

2014      Rhody Run, 41:32, 2nd place

2014      Ruston Way, 16:40, 5th place

2014      Seahawks 12k, 41:37, 6th place


2014      Finaghty's St Patty's Day 5k, 16:20, 2nd place

2014      Hot Chocolate Run 15k, 51:50, 2nd place


2014      Love em or Leave em; 15:29, 4th place

2010      USATF National Club XC Championships, 101st

2010      USA XC Championships, 41st

2009      USATF National Club XC Championships, 60th

2009        USA Men’s Marathon Championship, All American, 14th

2009      NYC Marathon, 2:23:11


2008        USATF National Club XC Championships, 75th

2001     NJCAA National Cross Country Champion (Flathead Valley CC)

1998     Footlocker Finalist (Flathead High School) - placed 22nd at the national championships

Volunteer work

Assistant coach at MSU, High school Volunteer coach

About

Brett Winegar was born in Kalispell, Montana.  He ran his first cross country race as a timid little curly haired kindergartner.  With a good helping of encouragement from his mom, he toed the line and when the gun went off, he sprinted to about a hundred meters before giving into exhaustion.  He got beat that day by a lot of kids that he mostly didn’t know.  It was a terrifying and painful experience.  However, seeing how happy it made his mom, Brett reluctantly continued to run cross country.  He would continue to get beat soundly for many years.  However, by the time he was a senior in high school, he was a 2 time state champion in the 3200 meters and one of the top prep high school cross country runners in the country, placing 22nd at the Footlocker  Cross Country National Championships.  Later on he WON the 2001 NJCAA Cross Country National Championship and placed 14th at the 2009 USA Marathon Championships in New York City.  He loves running and through CNW has met some of the best people in his life which he values tremendously.  He’s grateful for the experiences that Club has allowed him and plans to be a part of CNW for many more years!