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A great turnout at Hammonasset Beach State Park. It was windy and cold but Josh Cashman and Laura Pieger didn't mind. Thank you to the many volunteers, sponsors, organizers, spectators and runners. Results for the 17th Annual Run for the Cove 5K are posted.
The pageantry. The spectacle. One couldn't help but giggle!
The turnout was amazing for this first year event. Noted celebrities from around the nation. Top runners from near and far.
This was The Bunny Williams Connecticut Doggie Cup Run & Wag 5K to help the Little Guild of Cornwall. There were dogs, and people, of all shapes and sizes.
Eric Morse, from Berlin, VT, is one of the top runners in the country. He's run for several National Teams in Mountain and Trail competitions around the world.
This was Murdock's 20th race for 2014!
Joseph Virgilio was top solo male. Jenny McLain was top solo female.
Many thanks to Bunny Williams, Richard Schlesinger, Cara Sundland, Dennis House, Mark Dixon, the many voulunteers, sponsors, organizers, spectators, runners, and dogs. The entire event was very entertaining. The foliage was pretty good too...
Results are posted!
There is a great turnout for the Run and Wag 5K in Cornwall tomorrow. Take a look at the preregistration list! Among the 5 team divisions, we have teams in every category.
The Run and Wag 5K has people divisions and team divisions (Toy, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large). Here are just a couple of the teams:
The foliage should be peak!
Tom Keefe, Brandon Williams, 18-yearold, Brandon Driver, and 53-year old, Art Reilly ran down main street in front of a large crowd of onlookers gathering for the parade. The crowd was all along the parade route, which just happened to be much of the race route. The sun was shining. The trees were on fire and so were the runners. Keefe cruised, Reilly was well under 6's, and the crowd cheered. This race, the venue, the crowds, the course, it's made for a couple thousand runners. Mark your calendar for the 27th Annual. You won't be disappointed. The results for Greylock Federal Credit Union's presentation of the 26th Annual 5K Road Race at the North Adams Fall Foliage Parade are posted!
The rain didn't dampen the spirits as runners turnout for the 32nd Annual Highland Lake 10K. Edmund Milly ran a strong race with Jeremy Muratore close behind. The rain was minimal during the race and the conditions were actually pretty good. Laura Pieger finished 6th overall and took the women's race. Many thanks to the volunteers, sponsors, spectators, and runners! Results are posted.
Riley Rising and Meghan Gimes were all alone from the first mile. They lead their teams to victory. Congratulations to Chase Collegiate and to all the runners who competed under damp conditions at the HVAL Cross-Country Invitational held at the Forman School in Litchfield, CT. Results are posted.
This Saturday is the 32nd Annual Highland Lake 10K near the boat launch on Highland Lake in Winsted, CT. The race starts at 9:00 AM. It's not only one of the oldest races in Connecticut, it's also one of only a few remaining 10K certified courses. There is race-day registration from 7:30 to 8:45 AM. See you there!
Jim O'Rourke gives us the thumbs up as nearly 900 runners took to the roads of Middlebury in the 1st Annual Pies & Pints 5K Ta-Ta Trot! It was a great day for a run and Pies & Pints was a great place to be. Chris Scannell established the course record and Aimee Salemi set the women's record. Results are posted!
Just a few slots left for the Pies & Pints 5K Ta-Ta Trot 2014. View Preregistration list...
This Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 10:00 AM is the Pies & Pints 5K Ta-Ta Trot 2014. On-line registration is full. The last few slots may be available to those who turn in their paper registration to Pies & Pints by noon on Saturday. The race closes at 1000 and less than 100 slots remain. There may not be any race day registration. Register now... Pies & Pints, One Store Road, Middlebury, CT. Stay tuned for the preregistration list!
The 2nd Annual Dads Matter Too 5K managed to avoid the early morning showers and the mid morning rise in heat and humidity. It was a great turnout at Library Park in Waterbury. Results are posted!
Ideal racing conditions for the 20th Annual. Last year's record setter was back. Darren Walden took 20 seconds off of last year's time with a new course record of 16:12! Marcy Withington took the women's race. Many thanks to the volunteers, organizers, spectators, and runners. Results for the 20th Annual Deep River Parks and Recreation 5K and 1-Mile races are posted.
A bright , sunny day, brought out a happy group of participants and spectators. It was Brandon Carpe for the win and Christine Granger took the women's race. Congratulations and welcome back to school! Results for the 1st Annual "Run Back to School" Latimer Lane 5K are posted.
It was hot and it was humid. The weather didn't deter this group of hearty runners. It was Tony Perugini for the win. Olivia Barnett took the women's race with a new women's record. Marge DeMarrais set a new Master/Grand Master record. Some people run really well in the heat... Results for the 9th Annual Bob Veillette 5K Road Race from Waterbury, CT, are posted.
Be crowned by top celebrities ~ world known designer Bunny Williams and Richard Schlesinger of CBS 48 hours!
Once again the Martha's Vineyard Hospital produced a fantastic event that offered several kids' fun runs, a competitive race walk, and a 5K run on a certified course. Many thanks to the race benefactor and fellow athlete, #1 Dr. Louis Sullivan. His dedication to this event draws friends from all over the world enabling the race to generate funds for a state-of-the-art hospital. Thank you. The race of the day came, as it often has in the past, from the 5K race walk between Jill Zamarro and Marston Clough. Over the years, Clough and Zamarro rarely finish more than a second apart. Results for the 26th Annual Sullivan 5K Walk and Run are posted.
A perfect morning for a run. Race Director, John Corbo, and the Waterbury YMCA did a fantastic job in organizing the 3rd Annual Crohn's & Colitis 5K. It was a race for the youngsters. Twenty-four year -old, Jimmy Rogers finished just ahead of fifteen year-old, Connor Croke. Seventeen year-old, Stephanie Kiley took the women's victory. Congratulations to all the runners, walker, spectators, and thank you to the organizers, sponsors, and many volunteers. The results for the 3rd Annual Crohn's & Colitis are posted.
The United States Track and Field- Connecticut Association announces the 2014 Cross-Country Grand Prix
These races are open to everyone; however, USATF/CT Eligibility Rules apply for prize money.
Each Race has Team Prize Money for: 1st and 2nd Open Men (5 score by place, an additional 2 will displace), 1st and 2nd Open Women (3 score plus 2 displace), 1st Master Men (3/2), and 1st Master Women (3/2).
The Connecticut Team and Individual Champions for m/f Open and Master
will be determined based on overall performance. The teams will earn
points based on appearance and performance against the other attending
teams for each race. Scores will be posted during the season. The tie-break
is determined at the Huffing Off Stuffing 5K in Newington.
Following is the 2014 USATF/CT XC schedule:
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