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February 03, 1995 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-03

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JCC Swimmers
Are Masters In Pool

he Jewish Community Cen-
ter team made a splash in a
masters swim meet held in
Howell. Here's how the JCC
swimmers fared in individual
events:
Women ages 20-24 — Tamar
Wekselblatt finished first in the
100 backstroke (1:18.26), 100
freestyle (1:09.85) and 50 back-
stroke (38.01) and second in the
1001M (1:19.68).
Women ages 25-29 — Dawn
Hewitt finished first in the 100 IM
(1:09.41), 100 backstroke (1:05.82),
50 butterfly (31.60), 100 freestyle
(1:01.22) and 50 backstroke
(31.50).
Women ages 30-34 — Beth
Robinson competed in the 100
freestyle (1:23.9), 200 freestyle
(3:04.76) and 500 freestyle (8:18.0).
Women ages 35-39 — Lisa
Berman finished first in the 200
breaststroke (3:44.36) and second
in the 50 breaststroke (45.78) and
100 breaststroke (1:45.32).
Men ages 35-39 — Jeff Levitt
finished second in the 200 freestyle
(2:22.26) and 500 freestyle
(6:40.18), third in the 100 freestyle
(1:01.19) and fourth in the 50
freestyle (27.2). Jerry Chandler
finished third in the 200 freestyle
(3:02.93), fourth in the 100
freestyle (1:10.12) and fifth in the
50 freestyle (30.68).
Men ages 40-44 — Mark
Gruskin finished fourth in the 200
freestyle (2:53.34) and he corn-

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JCC masters swimmers Beth Robinson, Jeff Levitt, Tamar Wekselblatt and Steve
Seligson.

peted in the 50 freestyle (33.75)
and 500 freestyle (7:33.0).
Men ages 45-49 — Steve Selig-
son finished third in the 500
freestyle (6:52.0), fourth in the 100
freestyle (1:05.42) and fifth in the
50 freestyle (29.30).
Men ages 55-59 — Mike
Kratchman finished first in the 50
butterfly (42.66). Jay Robinson
competed in the 200 freestyle
(3:23.2) and 500 freestyle (9:02.68).
Men ages 70-74 — Richard
Gale finished first in the 50 breast-
stroke, 100 breaststroke and 200
breaststroke.
The JCC swimmers also won
four relays:
Men ages 195-plus 200 medley

—Jeff Levitt, Richard Gale, Mike
Kratchman and Jerry Chandler
(2:40.1).
Men ages 180-plus 200 medley
— Steve Seligson, Mark Gruskin,
Tom Smith and Jay Robinson
(2:55.3).
Women 200 medley — Tamar
Wekselblatt, Lisa Berman, Dawn
Hewitt and Beth Robinson
(2:29.8).
Mixed 200 freestyle — Jeff
Levitt, Dawn Hewitt, Tamar Wek-
selblatt and Steve Seligson
(1:59.1).
Also in the mixed 200 freestyle,
the JCC team of Jerry Chandler,
Lisa Berman, Beth Robinson and
Mark Gruskin placed second. ❑

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olunteer workers are
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area's top running
events, the West Bloom-
field Half-Marathon.
The 19th annual Half-
Marathon is scheduled for
Sunday, April 9. West Bloom-
field Parks and Recreation
and the Henry Ford Medical
Center-West Bloomfield are
back as sponsors and West
Bloomfield High School once
again will serve as race head-
quarters.
In addition to the 13.1-mile
half-marathon, a 5K walk/run
and a competitive run for
children ages 5-10 will be held.
As many as 1,200 are expected

to participate in the three
events, with the first gun sched-
uled at 10:30 a.m.
One of the first items of prepa-
ration for the half-marathon
is the recruitment of the
approximately 200 volunteers
who are needed to conduct the
events.
"Without our race-day volun-
teers, the half-marathon simply
would not happen," said race
director Miriam Kaptur.
Volunteers are asked to
commit to at least a half-day of
work and they will be trained
for the tasks they are assigned.
Experience is not a prerequisite.
Tasks include registering
participants, distributing T-

shirts, assisting at the finish line
and directing runners on the
course.
Each volunteer will receive a
"race official" T-shirt and
an invitation to a thank-you
dinner held at Santia Hall
in Keego Harbor. Door prizes
donated by local businesses will
be given to volunteers at the
dinner.

are asked to call
field Parks and area'
(810) 334-5660.

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