Polish Pickle Run


2003 Polish Pickle Run
2004 Polish Pickle Run


HERE ARE THE PHOTOS FROM THE POLISH PICKLE RUN, JUNE 28, 2003


Cook, Paul and Cliff before the race starts.


The start of the race. If you look at Cliff and I, the guy to Cliff's left won, and the guy to my right got third.


A few seconds later. Man, Paul is tall.


We are lined up by height, with cook in the rear.


Just before making the first turn, passing the jokers who sprint as hard as they can at the start.


Everybody's favorite guy who hangs on the pole. He got beat by an 81 year old.


Boga coming in the finish at 2nd place with his patented left arm way across the body. 3rd place duded and Cook and Cliff in the background.


200 meters from the finish.


Cook distancing himself from Cliff for 4th.


Cook 200 meters out.


Cliff kicking it in


Cliff 200 meters out


Paul finishing up for 7th


Paul 200 out. It is hard to do, but Paul manages to finish with his eyes closed.


The winner accepting his prize with his kid and wife


Boga accepting his 2nd place prize


I think that there were only two hot chicks at the race, and believe it or not, they both got in the same picture at one point


For you ladies out there, a ripped man. He is dreamy.



HERE ARE THE PHOTOS FROM THE POLISH PICKLE RUN, JUNE 26, 2004


Quartermile into it, first through fourth are leading the pack.


Around the half-mile point. Those four guys came through the mile in about 4:50. Boga, Karl Mobbs, the masters winner and Austin came though in about 5:07 with alex in between.


Winner Justin Meier from SFA -- 15:09


2nd place Andrew Middleton from Texas -- 15:12


3rd place dude -- 15:26


Cook kicking it in with a time of 15:40


Boga is pissed all these ringers showed up and stole his money -- 16:05


Alex finishing with a time of 16:32


Austin closing it up with a time of (something)


Hooker showing off that he can race longer than an 800. Finished in low 18's


Distinguish Marcus Alumni, Alison Cook, younger (and hot) sister of Andrew Cook, wrapping up a 21:36 to win her age group.


The great Karl Mobbs. Now that is pain. Good to see him still fit at 30. Time of 16:34


For you ladies out there, the same ripped man as last year. He is not quite as dreamy.


Women's champ, Desiree Skinner, former Razorback runner, dropped Hooker after an opening 5:40 mile. Finished in 17:58.


Everyone's favorite dude who hangs on poles.