Under mostly soggy skies, the 2019 Burien Brat Trot kicked up its Bavarian-styled heels in Olde Burien on Sunday, Sept. 29, with James Roach of Burien winning the overall 5k with a time of 16:47.
The top woman runner was Laura Breyman, with a time of 18:46.
706 runners finished the race, which benefits the Highline Schools Foundation.
This event included beer gardens, live music from The Approximations, sausage, kids’ activities, food, and a festive Bavarian block party.
Highline Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield came in 97th, with a time of 32:20.
Did YOU run? If so, find yourself in our exclusive Slow-Mo Startcam™ below (running time 17:04):
Below are results from enmotive.com:
WOMEN 70+ YEARS OLD:
MEN 70+ YEARS OLD:
|Robert Shirley||485||1||26:02:00||8:23||Normady Park, WA|
|Thomas Robinson||479||2||33:21:00||10:45||Sun City, AZ|
|TERRY MASON||27||3||35:39:00||11:29||NORMANDY PARK, WA|
|Melvin Gruschow||53||4||36:09:00||11:38||BURIEN, WA|
|David Newberry||848||5||36:32:00||11:46||KENT, WA|
|Daniel Boehm||333||6||49:06:00||15:48||DES MOINES, WA|
|Allen Tlusty||403||7||52:29:00||16:54||BURIEN, WA|
HIGHLINE HIGH IS TOP REGISTRANT
Each year at Brat Trot, registrants are able to designate a school affiliation with one of Highline’s public (or private) schools. Those schools that receive the most registrations win cash prizes for their schools. Congratulations to the following 2019 winners:
- 1st Place: Highline High School who will receive a $1,000 cash prize (along with their partner school Sylvester Middle School)
- 2nd Place: North Hill Elementary School who will receive a $750 prize.
- 3rd Place: Marvista Elementary School who will receive a $500 prize (along with their partner school McMicken Heights Elementary).
Here is a chart listing all the participating schools:
ABOUT HIGHLINE SCHOOLS FOUNDATION
The Highline Schools Foundation was established in 1999 to support the work of Highline Public Schools which serves the communities of Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, Beverly Park, SeaTac, and White Center. We are the only non-profit organization which supports all schools in Highline Public Schools. The foundation is funded solely by private contributions and operates separately from Highline Public Schools.