ASICS Falmouth Road Race Wheelchair Division : Men

Presented by Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod

Athlete Name Bib Number Location Age
Tony Nogueira W1 Glen Ridge, NJ 53
Krige Schabort W2 Rome, GA 57
James Senbeta W3 Chicago, IL 34
Hermin Garic W4 Utica, NY 31
Michael Olsen W5 Waterville, NY 37
Matthew Porterfield W6 Knoxville, TN 40
Matt Davis W7 Bowling Green, KY 54
Gary Brendel W8 Sterling, MA 62
Will Lehr W9 Shelter Island, NY 63
Fidel Aguilar W15 Guadalajara, JA 44
Delmace Mayo W16 Jamaica Plain, MA 15
Brendan Cormier W17 Westport, MA 28

ASICS Falmouth Road Race Wheelchair Division : Women

Presented by Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod

Athlete Name Bib Number Location Age
Yen Hoang W10 Champaign, IL 24
Michelle Wheeler W11 Boalsburg, PA 34
Emilie Searle W12 Cortland, NY 31
Madelyn Wilson W13 Auburn, MA 12
Emelia Perry W14 Philadelphia, PA 28

Men’s Bios

Tony Nogueira

Glen Ridge, NJ

Nogueira won in 2016 for the first time since recording four consecutive victories from 2002-2005. And that’s only part of his Falmouth story: He has competed here at least 19 times, including three consecutive runner-up finishes from 2007-2009. He represented the USA in the 1992 Barcelona Paralympics and Portugal, his homeland, in the 1996 Atlanta Paralympics. Nogueira, who is also an artist and a teacher, has won 12 times at both the B.A.A. Half Marathon and the TD Beach to Beacon 10K.

2019: 4th (25:41)
2018: 4th (29:00)
2017: 5th (26:28)
2016: 1st (27:37)
2015: 3rd (25:32)
2014: 3rd (26:00)
2013: 5th (27:20)
2012: 5th (28:04)
2011: 3rd (26:56)
2009: 2nd (26:57)
2008: 2nd (25:45)
2007: 2nd (26:54)
2006: 4th (27:23)
2005: 1st (26:01)
2004: 1st (26:13)
2003: 1st (26:33)
2002: 1st (25:20)
2001: 2nd (30:19)
2000: 2nd (27:08)
1997: 4th (24:40)

Krige Schabort

Cedartown, GA

Schabort, who lost both legs as a corporal in the South African Army when his unit came under attack in 1987 in the Angola Border war, became a U.S. citizen in 2009. A 6-time Paralympian—including the triathlon in 2016—Schabort has also competed in Hawaii’s famed Ironman Triathlon. On July 4, Schabort finished 10th in the AJC Peachtree Road Race, in what was likely the deepest non-marathon field in road-racing history.

2019: 6th (27:42)
2017: 2nd (23:29)
2014: 2nd (25:13)
2013: 1st (24:170
2012: 1st (24:16)
2011: 1st (24:11)
2009: 1st (26:13)
2008: 1st (23:35)

James Senbeta

Champaign, IL

James graduated from the University of Illinois in 2014. That same year he won Grandma’s Marathon and was 9th at the BAA Boston Marathon. In 2016 he represented the U.S. at the Paralympics.

2019: 7th (27:46)
2017: 4th (26:08)
2015: 1st (21:42)
2014: 1st (23:42)