Seven Hills Running Club
Huntsville, Texas

Streakers


Some runners run every day and take pride in the number of consecutive days they have amassed. They are called "streakers."

Streaking has been around for many years. In the late 1990’s, George Hancock of Pennsylvania started maintaining a national streak list. Then, in April 2001, the U. S. Running Streak Association (USRSA) was formed. They set guidelines for maintaining a streak and started publishing the national list on their web site, runeveryday.com.   A run must be at least one mile within each calendar day.  Running may occur on either the roads, a track, over hill and dale, or on a treadmill. If you miss a day for any reason, the streak is over. The USRSA will not add you to the list until your streak is at least one year old.

Several Seven Hills Running Club members have joined the streaking movement.  They are listed here.  For the purposes of this list, you must have run every day for at least 90 days.  If you qualify and want to be added to this list, please email 1941runner@sbcglobal.net.

1.  Ken Johnson

Streak began:  October 19, 2009

Previous streaks:

   12/28/2002 - 10/14/2009 (2,483 days)

   12/30/1997 - 12/14/2002 (1,811 days)

   1/1/1992 - 8/22/1993 (600 days)

Current age:  76

Occupation:  U. S. Army (Retired)

Position on USRSA national list:  228

2.  Steve Bickford

Streak began:  December 5, 2012

Current age:  56

Occupation:  Safety Officer

Position on USRSA national list: 372

3.  Donna Freeman

Streak began:  December 24, 2012

Current age:  43

Occupation:  School Teacher

Position on USRSA national list: 376

4.  Steve Allen

Streak began:  November 30, 2013

Current age:  45

Occupation:  Information technology professional

Position on USRSA national list: 459

5.  Jose Moreno

Streak began:  January 8, 2016

Current age:  56

Occupation:  Maintenance mechanic

Position on USRSA national list: 741

 

 



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