Katie ran in the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon after qualifying with a 2:44:15 at the 2020 Houston Marathon. Houston was Katie’s third attempt to qualify after running Columbus (2:53:58) and Indianapolis (2:46:34) in late 2019. Katie ran sprints, hurdles, and middle distance at Cedarville University, where she holds the school record in the 4x200m relay.
Dustin ran 2:23:00 (4th Overall) at the 2019 Columbus Marathon at age 44. It was his 17th marathon since he began running competitively at age 37. In the Fall of 2019, Dustin also ran 32:19 for 10K (Minster Oktoberfest Classic), 25:14 for five miles (Miamisburg Turkey Trot), 52:27 for ten miles (Fall Festival 10 Mile), and 1:10:45 for the Half (River Corridor Classic). He is entered to run Boston 2021 as an elite Masters.
Chris ran 2:18:06 in the 2015 Chicago Marathon (16th Overall, 7th American) and ran in the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon. He has run a 1:05:38 half marathon and a 29:21 10K. Chris ran for the University of Dayton where he ranks #1 all-time in the 5,000m (14:22.1), 10,000m (29:46.3), 10K Cross-Country (30:31), and 8K (24:05).