CLERMONT, FL—-On November 20, 2016, Alicia Weber, an advocate for soft surface running, dreamed of achieving her 113th victory in the Clermont Clay Trail 5k and her dream came true. On a sunny, 50 degree morning, Weber faced 241 great competitors who shared the same mindset of “soft surface running is the way to go” and she finished as the first woman on the hilly, sandy, bumpy course on Schofield Road on the Clermont Clay Trail (and 4th overall) in 21:50.
It was an out and back 1.55 mile course (10:46 out and 11:04 back for 21:50). She was shooting for low 10’s at the half-way mark, but with the many bumps and thick sand, she knew it would take longer. The challenging terrain and extra strength and balance required draws Alicia to events on sand, dirt, and off-terrain. The races do not focus so much on the time, but rather the fitness required to go as fast possible on the courses. The thicker the sand, the longer the ground contact time, and the double the effort for a workout = greater the challenge and more health benefits. Due to the soft surface, your legs feel really great when you are done. Soft surface running is the healthy choice for running, which brings you closer to nature.
The Clermont Clay Trail Race drew a total of 658 competitors (242 in the 5k and 416 in the 15k). This is tremendous participation, which is greater than in many road races. Many other runners agree that soft surface running is the way to go for longevity as a runner and athlete. The races bring awareness to clay trails and raise funds to restore and build more clay trails in the area.
Alicia’s 113th Victory on Clermont Clay Trail
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
This is Alicia’s 11th competition for 2016 and her final race of the season. She competed in 4 sports. She competed in one world championship (23rd in world), two world qualifiers (both first place), one national championship (2nd place), regional championships (1st and 2nd place), and four local Florida events. She competed in cross country running, beach running, paddle boarding, and indoor rowing this year. She also took up learning the new sport of footgolf, but she has not competed yet.
Lake County Florida’s Alicia Weber crossed the line first for women and 7th overall in a field of 800 runners at the USA 10k Beach Running Championships on May 10, 2015, in Cocoa Beach, Florida. She is the first runner to win the championship three times. She relished the win as she prepares for her one-of-a-kind youth running camps to be held in Clermont this summer – she has the only top-notch youth running camps in Lake County Florida.
“All levels of youth runners will get top-notch training experiences with gait analysis, preventative injury techniques, stretching/flexibility, sports specific exercises, and nutrition. This camp is beyond just running and it develops an athlete for the long-haul in sports with a winning attitude,” said Alicia Weber, an elite athlete of 23 years with 102 career victories and a slew of world records.
“Alicia is not only a great runner, but also a great motivational trainer for youth to adults to seniors. I encourage parents to have their children attend one of Alicia’s upcoming running camps for the positive motivational physical and mental training Alicia gives. I can attest to this as I have been training under her for three years and compete in Senior Games and I will be 85 this year,” exclaimed Cherie Oney, Top Nationally-ranked sprinter for her age category.
Orlando’s Rickie Alcime won the 10k overall in a new course record time of 36:47.3. He comes to Clermont to train on the hills and he’s looking forward to participating in Sommer Sports Cool Summer Mornings 5k Series this summer.
“Anybody can run. I look out here and it’s Mother’s Day and many kids are out there running with their moms,” said Alcime.
According to race director, Mitch Varnes, participants were 77% female with 1,272 entrants total in the half-marathon and 10k combined from 23 states and four countries.
Alcime got into running 7 years ago with the dream to run a marathon. He completed five marathons and this was his first beach run. His enthusiasm for running has carried him to Fit2Run at the Florida Mall where he is a shoe salesman.
“Everybody has their own goals and that is what I like about running. There are different levels and types of running to choose from like beach running, track running, road running, and trail running. So you can do it for all reasons,” mentioned Alcime.
In beach running, runners run on a slant the whole time in wet or mushy sand, so it has an emphasis on hips and Achilles. The foot has longer ground contact time for each step.
“Two weeks ago was my birthday and my whole family came out to run on the track with me. That meant a lot and now I have them hooked on running,” added Alcime, also a running motivator.
Many studies have shown running elevates mood, improves sleep quality and concentration, builds bone density, defeats age-related mental decline, increases memory, boosts organizational skills and overall brain function, and enhances lung capacity and overall health. Taking up running just for the health benefits alone is a step in the right direction.
“’You Can Do It’ is the motto of the positive message for the physical and mental accomplishments you learn from Alicia Weber,” remarked Oney.
Alicia breezed through the finish line feeling great and very happy that she broke the course record by 39 seconds. Alicia exclaimed, “This is my final competition of 2012 and my 6th victory for the year where I competed in 4 sports. I am ending my season on a high note with great excitement over this consecutive world championship victory! I am very happy and thankful!”
Alicia juggles her sports as many as 10 different sports in one year and her competitive season starts in Feb and normally ends in late October or November each year. Competing in sports is not all Alicia does as she also sets strength, speed, and stamina world records throughout the year. So far this year, Alicia set 166 official world records at Recordsetter. This is the most Alicia EVER set in one year and the year is NOT over yet for her record setting…
Alicia is the World’s Most Prolific Strength and Endurance Record Holder that is also a World Champion Athlete – her post-race interview here:
Alicia has excelled in all forms of running from track to road to off terrain and is a former University of Florida track/cross country letter winner. I asked Alicia how does beach running compare to the other forms of running.
Alicia answered, “Beach running is challenging. You don’t know what you will get – beach wind gusts, thick sand, hard packed sand, and even running on a slant the whole time. You need to prepare for it all. Beach running requires extra sessions of feet and leg strengthening to handle the unbalanced sandy surface that challenges each step or your run.”
I wish I could say I coached these 2 phenomenal senior athletes that I am about to reveal, but my hat goes off to Top Orlando Coach – Alicia Weber. Weber has guided one athlete into lowering her 5k run time by 3 minutes in just 70 days!! In all my years of track coaching, I never got an athlete that much faster it such a short amount of time…and to top it off, this athlete is just coming off of a Leg Rehab! The other senior athlete is smoking the field in Dog Shows with her saluki Angel and they enter the Winner’s Circle of Elite Dog Shows as a team of one of the oldest dog show Owner/Handlers in Nation.
Let’s Hear it from these Top Senior Athletes!
Roxanne, a long time triathlete wished to try to run before her 1 yr anniversary of her leg rehabilitation. She stopped competing after the rehab and the itch to compete is back. She attacked a Florida 5k on December 17, 2011, unsure of the results and if she really could run the entire event.
Roxanne said, “At starting line, I was nervous and not sure what my body could do. I was shocked as I finished and ran the whole time! I pulled through with Alicia’s training in a time of 1:01:54.”
The Determined Roxann set bigger goals. On Feb 25, 2012, Roxann improved her time by nearly 3 minutes in her 1st race now after her 1 yr anniversary from a leg rehabilitation as she ran a Groveland, Fl 5k in 58:55.
Roxann said after that race, “The race seemed shorter and easier. I was a lot more confident and more at ease at the starting line and I remembered all the pointers Alicia gave me.”
Roxann is now looking ahead to her first triathlon season, since having a leg rehab and is excited about the prospects. I ask Alicia, the Top Orlando Coach, what her thoughts are about Roxann’s improvements.
Alicia said, “I support Roxann’s goals and I am positive about her continued success. I see her confidence, strength, and endurance constantly improving and it is a joy to work with her and get her to her goals and beyond!”
Alicia has also guided a top senior owner/handler in Dog Shows to top running performance with her winning show dog! These Dog Shows are about Dashing with the Hounds and being critiqued on everything from gracefulness in your run with your dog and overall appearance. Cherie and her dog Angel, have been in the Winner’s Circle.
Alicia trained Cherie in running to prepare her to win AKC Championship with her Saluki Angel. On December 16, 2011, at the Saluki Specialty Central Florida Kennel Club, Cherie and Angel earned The AKC Championship,which allows them to compete in the Special with other Champion dogs.
After winning this title Cherie exclaimed, “It was a very big goal and roar from the crowd when the judge pointed to Angel and I – It was a joy to know I did this in my Golden Years and with Alicia’s help I can continue showing with the highest level of competition.”
In Feb, 2012, Cherie and Angel competed in their first Special with other Champions where Angel won “Best of Opposite Sex” at Lakeland-Winter Haven Kennel Club. This was Angel’s first time competing with other champions!
Cherie exclaimed after this victory, “For her first time and how young she is – Angel is the youngest champion in that ring and winning. It will be a real challenge now competing in Best of Breed and trying to get into the Hound Group because the groups are so dominated by professional handlers. Owner/handlers like me are in a minority in the groups.”
I ask Alicia how she feels training a champion show dog owner/handler as this is Alicia’s first experience training one. Alicia replied, “Cherie is so fun to work with and she has a great attitude and I knew I had the abilities to get her on her winning way. I am ready for new challenges and I am enjoying this challenge of training an owner/handler.”
And in fact, Alicia is UP for some more challenges as she now prepares these 2 senior athletes to set their first world records! These 2 senior athletes will be participating in Worldwide World Record Day on April 18th, 2012, under Alicia’s tutelage as they attempt tough and inspiring records.
CLERMONT, FL (May 28, 2011)— After a stormy night the second race of 1st ever NTC Cross Country Series took place at 8am in Clermont, Florida at the National Training Center. Alicia Weber is very excited that the NTC started a cross country series in 2011.
Alicia says, “I have been wanting cross country in Clermont. I love running challenging terrain with rolling hills and the NTC has got it! If you want to run a fun and challenging course count this one in!”
Alicia Weber is a letter winning track and cross country runner who ran for the University of Florida. Alicia would rate the NTC cross country course in her list of most challenging courses.
***IN ADDITION, Alicia Weber is a Coach in all sports she has excelled in that are listed here. She can be reached for a free sports training consult at Awinningway@gmail.com
Alicia’s Race and Competition History ( 1st place finishes and Championship events in BOLD) with place based on Overall Female Results
4/1/17 Inaugural Windermere Run Among the Lakes 10k Sand Run 46:16 3rd Woman (6th out of men and women) Results
3/12/17 2017 World Indoor Sprints 1K World Championships (418 Lightweight Women) 3:49.5 26th in World Results
11/20/16 Clermont Clay Trail 5k 1st Place Woman in 21:50 (4th overall out of 242 racers) results
10/30/16 Halloween Hill Climb “Florida’s Toughest One Mile Cross Country Race” 1st Place 6:19 REPORT
10/1/16 WPA Regional SUP Championship Clearwater, FL, 4 mile 55:18 1st place in open division for SUP Surfboard (on 9ft board) 9th out of 16 paddle boarders in all classes where they raced on 12′ 6 boards (faster boards)
6/1/16 Global Running Day One Mile Cross Country Race in Clermont, Florida, 1st Place 5:18.3
5/14/16 WPA Championship Florida SUP Cup in Madiera Beach, FL 3 mile 41:35 2nd Woman in SUP Surfboard division
2/13/16 33rd Annual Southern Sprints Championship/World Qualifier (500m 1:45.8) 1st open/college woman Results 2015(Summary: Alicia won her first SUP race this year. It was a breakthrough year for her SUP racing development as she also took 4th in the intense 400m sprint One Design North American Championship. She was featured in a TV show with the WWE Tough Enough and she won her 3rd USA Beach Running Championship title and became the first athlete to win three times.)
12/19/15 Inaugural Corn Maze 5k Mt. Dora, FL,(1.5 miles in VERY thick sand then 1.5 miles in a narrow maze) 2nd Woman overall (6th overall) 24:11 Results
11/14/15 Paddlefest Englewood SUP Race 1st place female in SUP surfboard category for her division in the 3 mile race 35:56.23 Results
10/31/15 New Smyrna-Ween Zombie 5K Beach Run, 1st Place Female OverallResults
9/13/15 Bic One Design North American SUP Championship 4th place femaleResults
9/13/15 Melbourne Manatee 4 mile SUP Race 2nd place female on 12’6 board category Results
7/15/15 Tough Enough Obstacle Course Challenge Battle Dash held at Rock On Adventures, Winter Garden, FL, 1st woman (4th overall)
7/11/15 CFT Military Theme Triathlon Series Marine Pull-Up Challenge 33 Strict Form Reps 1st place overall out of men and women
5/10/15 USA 10K Beach Running Championship – National Champion (7th overall in 44:04.4)Results 1st Woman
4/11/15 14th Annual Windermere Run Among the Lake 5k Sand Run 1st Woman (11th overall) 21:16 Results
2014(Summary: Competed in archery for first time and made her first podium finish in SUP racing. She ended the year achieving 100 career victories (1992-2014) and achieving 500 physical fitness world records (2008-2014).)
9/7/14 Sup N’ Go Final Series Race #4 for 4 Miles finishing 3rd place in division 12’6 17-49 women Results and Story
7/16/14 NTC Ultimate Series 4k Cross Country Championship #5, 2nd place woman in 16:43, 6th overall
6/21/14 Clermont Florida 5k Summer Death March 1st overall out of men and women in 20:36, set the course record!Made News See here!
6/7/14 Florida Sunshine State Games 900 Round Archery, Silver Medalist in Barebow with 182x pts ResultsVideo
5/28/14 NTC Ultimate Series 4k Cross Country Championship # 3, 2nd place woman in 16:08, 6th overall
4/30/14 NTC Ultimate Series 4k Cross Country Championship # 2, 1st place woman in 15:57, 7th overall
4/2/14 NTC Ultimate Series 4K Cross Country Championship # 1, 1st place woman in 16:46, 7th overall
2013 (Summary: Alicia competes in her first major stand up paddle board championship race. She becomes a USA Archery Level 2 instructor and begins coaching and training in archery with hopes to compete in 2014.)
10/27/13 USA Beach Running 10k Championship Cocoa Beach, FL 3rd Place 43:43
9/14/13 Clermont Parkrun 5k 1st Place (2nd Overall out of men and women)
9/11/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship # 6 17:29 1st Place (3rd Overall out of men and women)
8/28/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship #5 17:40 1st Place (6th Overall out of men and women)
7/24/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship # 4 17:18 1st Place (4th Overall out of men & women)
6/12/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship # 3 17:26 2nd Place (5th Overall out of men & women)
5/22/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship # 2 17:26 2nd Place (5th Overall out of men & women)
4/24/13 NTC 4k Cross Country Ultimate Series Championship # 1 17:56 2nd Place (5th Place Overall out of men & women)
2012(Summary: Alicia Weber wins her 2nd World Championship in the 10k Beach Running World Championship. She becomes the only person male or female to win 2 consecutive years and re-set the record twice. She is recognized as the World’s Most Prolific Record Setter now where she set 188 world records in one year!)
1/31/10 27thAnnual Southern Sprints Indoor Rowing Championships and World Qualifier Open Ltwt 500m – 1.49.5 2ndplace Open Ltwt 2k – 8.21.9 5th place
2009 (Summary: For the 1st time, Alicia Weber competed in 10-sports all in 1 YEAR! Alicia was selected by VideoTeasing.com to begin performing Strength Feat Shows! She set 8 Strength and Endurance World Records this year.)
12/6/09 XTERRA Mountain run half-marathon world championships Oahu, HI 40TH Woman in World TRAINING VIDEO
11/22/09 Lithia Trail Half-Marathon and Southeast Trail Running Championship 1.40.25 3rd place
11/8/09 Stand Up Paddle Boarding SUP Poker Run 2nd Fastest
9/19/09 University Park 4-mile Cross Country 27:26 2nd place
7/12/09 Morton Plant Mease Triathlon and Southeast Sprint Championships 1:16.22 (new course PR) 11th place Elite
6/14/09 Master’s Open Water 1-mile Swimming Championship 14th overall (out of male and female)6/13/09 Florida State Games Sprint Kayak 1st place – 500m 3:32 2nd place- 200m 1:26
4/25/09 2-mi Paddle for the Cure 22:32 1st place
4/21/09 NTC Hilly 5k Series # 1 21.04 1st place
1/31/09 Tallahassee Ergomania 2k Rowing 8.27 1st place (1st time rowing)
2008(Summary, decided not to renew her triathlon pro card and focus on setting world records. At the age of 27, Alicia Weber began setting world records this year. This was also a demanding year in her physical therapy program. She set 9 strength and endurance world records this year.)
10/19/08 UCF 5-Mile 34:45 17th place
9/25/08 Siesta Key Sprint Triathlon 8th place 1:25:54
? Cassleberry 5k 21:47 21st place
4/15/08 ITU Sprint USA Triathlon Developmental Invitational and National Championship for Under -30 years old Tuscaloosa, AL 9th place
2/16/08 USA Cross Country 5-mile National Championships (sick & injured, but ran anyway) San Diego, CA 75th place 36:02
2007 (Summary: Alicia Weber was accepted into a Doctorate of Physical Therapy program and began her studies.)
11/18/07 Alafia River State Park Trail half-marathon and Southeast Championship Tampa,FL, 1:38 2nd place
10/21/07 UCF 5 mile run 33:08 10th place
10/7/07 Health First Triathlon mile swim-28mi bike-10k run 3:04 6th college athlete
9/07 NTC Clemont, Fl evening 5k hilly run 21:22 1st place
8/19/07 Track Shack 3.0 mile run Central Florida 19:26 10th place
8/18/07 Family Fitness Series Championship Ft. Desoto 1-mile open water swim 20:27 (new course PR) 10th place
8/14/07 Orlando Time Trial 7.3mile cycle 20:25 (new course PR) 5th place
7/14/07 Morton Plant Mease Triathlon and Southeast Sprint Championship 1:18 (new course PR) 8th place pro
7/10/07 Siesta Key Biathlon 23:09 ( new course PR) 1.75 mile run – 400m swim 1st place
6/16/07 Florida State Games Sprint Kayak Championships
1st place 500m Open Recreational Division 3:40
2nd Place 200m Sprint Open Division 1:36
6/5/07 Orlando Time Trial 7.3 mile cycle 20:27 2nd place
5/20/07 Columbia, MD, Olympic Triathlon 2:47 (new course PR) 6th place pro
5/5/07 Pass-a-Grille Challenge open water swim 19:01 6th place
4/14/07 Powerman Alabama National Championship Duathlon 5mi run-60k bike-5 mi run (ill & out of it) 11th place pro
3/17/07 Ft. Desto IDC Duathlon 10krun-40k bike-5k run 2:34 1st place pro
2006<(Made a podium finish with other pro triathletes this season – make a lot of improvement in pro triathlon.)
10/21/06 Tropical Splash 1k Open Water Swim Siesta Beach, FL 3rd place 21:25
9/9/06 Central Florida Triathlon Series Super Sprint with Pros 200yd swim/7.5mi bike/2-mi run 3rd overall 44:50
8/27/06 Elite Iron Girl Triathlon in MD 4th pro/61st place 1:46:56
8/12/06 Central Florida Triathlon Series Super Sprint with Pros 200yd swim/7.5 mi bike/2-mi run 3rd overall 26:46
8/1/06 Manasota Track Club Siesta Beach 3.77 mile run 28:11 1st place (this race was by age groups only)
7/16/06 Morton Plant Mease Triathlon and Southeast Sprint Championship 10th place Elite 1:20:45
2/19/06 Chilly Willy Duathlon Ft. Desoto Park, FL 17th overall 1:22:55
2005 (Sumary: Alicia Weber worked on Biology degree, while competing in select races.)
10/05 Tropical Splash 1k Open Water Swim Siesta Beach, FL 1st place 19:01
9/25/05 Sand Key Triathlon Sand Key, FL 22nd place 1:11:18
8/14/05 Central Florida CFT Series #3 22nd place 1:14:26
7/19/05 Manasota Track Club Siesta Beach Biathlon 1.75 mile run-400m swim 23:15 1st place (this race is by age groups only)
6/14/05 Manasota Track Club Siesta Beach 3.77 Mile run 26:02 1st place (this race was by age groups only)
4/24/05 St. Anthony’s Triathlon (ankle stress-related injury, but did race anyway) Largest Triathlon in US last pro, 207th place overall 2:43:59
1/05 10-lap Orlando Crit 2nd place (no time avail)
1/05 10-lap Orlando Crit 1st place (no time avail)
2004 (Summary: Alicia Weber turned professional in triathlon in May of 2004 after meeting qualifications. Alicia Weber sets 5 National Records and becomes the North American Fitness Champion!)Alicia Makes Headline News! Click for Article
9/19/04 Central Florida CFT Triathlon Series # 4 26th place place 1:12:36
4/17/04 Escape from Ft. Desoto Triathlon 23rd place 1:11:12
6/26/04 North American Fitness Championship-Became North American Fitness Champ after winning 5 events and setting 5 National Records AND Overall Title St. Pete, FL 1st Place
5/2/04 Key Biscayne Sprint 1/3 mi S/16 mi B/ 5k R top 10 finish
4/4/04 Red Hills Triathlon in Tallahassee, FL 1/3 mi S/16 mi B/ 5k R 10th place 1:32:33
3/13/04 Gate River Run USA 15k Road Running Championship 62 minutes, chip didn’t work, so not in results
2/1/04 Chilly Willy Ft. Desoto Park, FL 10-mile 1st place 55:11
8/15/99 North Park Triathlon North Hills, PA 10th place 1:21:39
(one of the most competitive Sprint Tris in PA)
8/7/99 Run For Moon Park 5k, Moon Twp, PA 20:48 1st place
7/10/99 Rudy Marecic 5k West Mifflin, PA 19:37 1st place
7/3/99 Brentwood Firecracker 5k (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) 21:09 8th place
5/23/99 Columbia Triathlon National Qualifier 5th place Junior and Alicia’s 1st Olympic Distance Triathlon & qualified for Nationals! 2:54:33
winter/99 Robert Morris Indoor Track Meet 1st placeon record-setting 4 x 800m relay team
1998(Summary: Alicia Weber accepted a full scholarship for track and cross country at Duquense University. By the time Alicia was a senior in high school she became a 2 x All American at 10,000 meters in Track and Field, a National Champion, and she earned 7 medals at National Championships!)
10/31/98 A-10 XC Championships 55th place 20:08
10/17/98 Duquense XC Invitational 7th place 20:19
10/10/98 St. Francis XC Invitational 14th place (no time avail)
10/3/98 CMU XC INVITATIONAL 7th place 20:19
8/98 North Park Triathlon, North Hills, PA 6th place 1:22.20 (one of the most competitive Sprint Tris in PA)
7/4/98 Brentwood Firecracker 5k (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) 20:22 11th place
6/27/98Junior Nationals 10k All-American 3rd in the Nation @ Edwardsville, IL (110 degrees -46:17)
3/21/98 Yough River Trail Run Connellsville Trail Half-Marathon 1:28.53 1st place
1/30/98 World XC Trials World Qualifier Orlando, FL 6k 32nd place 23:32 (struggled with a foot injury-stress fracture)
1997 (Summary: Alicia Weber begins getting calls from Colleges all over the US recruiting her for running scholarships. Alicia competed in high school swimming her Senior year, but those results are unavailable and not counted in this count.)
11/29/97 Foot Locker Northeast Regional Cross Country Championships in NY 42nd place 19:10
10/11/97 Slippery Rock Invitational Cross Country 2nd – 18:52
9/28/97 City of Pittsburgh 10K Great Race19th place, 10th American to cross the line Set Record for Fastest 17 year old and 1st Under Age 17 36:41
8/97 North Park Triathlon set run course record 5th place 1:19.07 (one of the most competitive Sprint Tris in PA)
7/22-27/97 JO National Track and Field Championships Baton Rouge, LA 5th 3000m 10:37, 5th 1500m 4:46.14
11/24/96 Regional Cross Country Championship at Finger Lakes CC in NY 3rd – 20:10
11/17/96 Association Cross Country Championship at Slippery Rock University 1st 22:07
10/?/96 Man vs Woman 800 meter Dash on Cinder Track South Park, PA, male won in 2:17 and I was second (1st woman) in 2:18
9/29/1996 Pittsburgh 10k Great Race, 6th largest road race in the US 1st place in age group 40:17
8/96 – 11/96 set 2 course XC Course Records & won 6 XC 5ks in a row
7/28/96 Houston, TX JO National Track and Field Championships 3rd place 1500m 4:45.82
7/24/96 Houston, TXJO National Track and Field Championships 1st 3000m 10:30.51, 21st 800m 2:21.12 Became National Champion for U.S.A Track and Field!
7/14/96 Slippery Rock PA, Regionals JO Track and Field Championships 1st place 3000m 10:52, 3rd place 1500m 4:52 broke record, 3rd place 800m 2:23.8, 1st 400m 67sec
7/13/96 Slippery Rock PA, Regionals JO Track and Field Championships 1st place 3000m 10:52
7/4/96 Brentwood Firecracker 5k Brentwood, PA (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) 6th place 18:29
6/30/96 Association Championships for JO Track and Field Championships 1st place 3000m 10:42, 1st place 1500m 5:06, 2nd place 800m 2:28, also 400m
6/22/96 U.S.A.T.F Qualifier Oliver High School in Pittsburgh, PA 1st 1500m – 5:04, 1st 400m – 65, 1st 800m -2:31, 1st 3000m – 11:07
5/18/96 South Park High School Track Invite, South Park, PA 1st 1500m 5:09 2nd 400m 65 secs
5/11/96 South Park High School Track Invite, South Park, PA 1st 3000m 10:44
*Alicia Went on 13-race winning streak in 3k track and 5k XC events, where she became Nat’l Champ in 3k and streak ended when she became runner-up at XC Nationals.*
1995 (Summary: Alicia Weber qualifies and competes in her first National Championship with U.S.A Track and Field.)
9/30/95 City of Pittsburgh 10k Great Racefastest time for 15 year old on course 37:34 – set Record, 27th overall out of 1,900 women.
7/23-28/95 1995 National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships San Jose, CA 12th – 3k 11:55
7/95 U.S.A.T.F Regional Championships, Rutgers University, New Jersey 3rd 3k – 12:02
7/4/95 Brentwood Firecracker 5k (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) 9th place in 19:04
6/95 U.S.A.T.F Association Championship Moon High Schoolin Pittsburgh, PA Top-10 finishes 3k – 11:10, 1500m – 5:08, 800m -2:33
6/24/95 U.S.A.T.F Qualifier, Upper St. Clair High School in Pittsburgh, PA Top-10 finishes in 3k -11:30, 1500m-5:15, 800m – 2:35
5/20/95 South Park High School Invite, South Park, PA 1st 3000m 11:03 1st 1500m 5:11
5/13/95 South Park High School Invite, South Park, PA 1st 3000m 11:09
1994 ( Summary: Alicia’s second season competing in Junior Olympics as a Youth Girl (13-14yr olds) took many top-6 place finshes, but didn’t qualify past Regional Championships.)
9/24/94 City of Pittsburgh 10k Great Race Alicia’s first International Competition 1st in age group 40:41 6th largest road race in the US.
9/94 CMU Triathlon 500m swim, 10 mile bike, 5k run 1st Female Under 16
7/94 Regional U.S.A.T.F Championship, Rochester University 4th 1500m – 5:23
7/4/94 Brentwood Firecracker 5K (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) 11th Overall Female 21:00
6/25/94 Uniontown PA Triathlon 1st Female Under Age 16
6/94 U.S.A.T.F Association Qualifier CMU 3rd 1500m – 5:14
6/94 U.S.A.T.F Qualifier Upper St. Clair High School 4th 1500m
1993 (Summary: Alicia competes in her first triathlon at age 13! Alicia also competes in her 1st yr of track and field as youth girl (13-14 yrs old) and took some top-6 place finishes, but didn’t make it past the Association Championships.)
10/93 Miles for Smiles 5k, South Park, PA, 1st place 22:40
9/15/93 Alicia’s first Triathlon 800m swim (dad did the swim), 14mi Bike, 5 mile run- North Park Triathlon in North Hills, PA, and a 1st place for 19 years and under! (one of the most competitive Sprint Tris in PA)
7/4/93 Brentwood Firecracker 5k (largest & most competitive 5k in Western PA) Brentwood, PA 3rd place for women 12 to 15 24:07
6/93 U.S.A.T.F Association Championship at CMU Pittsburgh, PA, top-10 400m – 1:08
6/93 U.S.A.T.F Qualifier at Upper St.Clair High School in Pittsburgh, PA 4th 1500m 6:05, 4th 3000m 12:51, 4th in 400m
1992 (Summary: Alicia Weber runs in her first race ever at age 12 and wins for her age group and SHE IS HOOKED!)
11/15/92 Rohrich Annual 5k Race, South Park, PA, Alicia’s first running race at the age of 12 with 1st place age group finish for 14 and Under!