Still to come this season are meets on July 21, August 4, August 18, and the annual championship September 1-2. Ted Hobart ran at Vermont City Marathon, in memory of Lollie Winans and Julie Williams.
His next challenge is San Francisco Marathon on July 29, and he plans to organize the Bounder 50K on October 27.
Ben Danforth, 27, laid down the law at DC Road Runners Club's Bastille Day 4 Mile at Fletcher's Cove in Washington DC, finishing fourth in .
John Mc Grail Jr., 17 and college-bound, was 12th in ; and Alex Filides, 32, took 15th in .
Barr also threw the shot put 12.99m (42'7.5") for second place and won the javelin in 49.05m (160'11"), ahead of Alderton's 47.8m (156'10").And the youngest Baudelaire is Sunny, an infant who loves to bite things, and who despite lacking the ability to speak English is perfectly capable of making herself understood to her siblings.Cast: Jim Carrey as Count Olaf Meryl Streep as Aunt Josephine Jude Law as Lemony Snicket (voice)Emily Browning as Violet Baudelaire Liam Aiken as Klaus Baudelaire Kara Hoffman as Sunny Shelby Hoffman as Sunny Timothy Spall as Mr.Count Olaf is the main antagonist and one of the primary characters of the series, making an appearance in each installment, alongside the Baudelaire children.Olaf is an eccentric criminal and is known to have committed many crimes as a member of the fire-starting side of V. D., a Volunteer Fire Department that eventually branched into a massive secret organization, prior to the events of the first book in the series.Following the death of their parents, the Baudelaire orphans are placed under his care, and he proves to be a horrible guardian who is only interested in the fortune left behind by their parents.