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The rain didn't dampen their spirits and the cold temperatures couldn't keep 48-year old, Jeff Walker, from Westerly, RI, from putting down a hot time. Karen Dobley showed the women how it's done. The results for the Runners and Walkers in Support of Education 5K from North Stonington, are posted!
2nd Year = record attendance, despite the rain. Results for the 2nd Annual Julia's 5K Run/Walk from Sherman, CT are posted.
Results from the Barkhamsted 5K are posted.
A record turnout on the campus of the World Headquarters for ESPN. A new Men's record. A new Women's record! The results for the 3rd Annual ESPN 5K Run/Walk are posted.
The race application for the 14th Annual People's Forest 7-Mile Trail Run is posted on the Race Application page. People's Forest has been selected as part of the New England Grand Tree Series and the USATF/CT State Championship. There is team prize money for open men and women teams of 3- USATF/CT eligibility rules apply.
It was a record turnout at this Litchfield gem. Alison Magistrali lead the women from start to finish.
Results for Waterbury and Litchfield are posted!
Lucas Meyer was all alone with a superlative victory at the Children's Community School 5K in Waterbury.
Caryn Stellmach takes the women's victory in Waterbury.
A fantastic record turnout for the 42nd Annual Granby Road Race. This year, in addition to the featured 10K race, there was a new 5K. You couldn't ask for a better day. The new race, with BibTag timing, was a tremendous success. Thank you to the Farmington Valley YMCA, the sponsors, volunteers, spectators, and runners. Hats off to 92-Year Old Bill Tribou for a great run in the 5K. Results are posted!
A record turnout for a race on a spectacular spring morning. Joe Mummert came all the way from New Freedom, PA to capture the men's honors and 14-year old, Sara Tarascio set a new women's record. The results for the 3rd Annual Hoof it for Haiti-Southbury 5K are posted.
Results from the 15th Annual Rotary Club Daffodil Festival 5K in Meriden, CT, are posted.
Results from the Hand-in-Hand 5K and 5-Miler in Highland/Poughkeepsie, NY, are posted.
The turnout for the first year of this event was excellent. The turnout for the second year was even better. Of course the weather may have something to do with it, but good organization, a pretty course, and motivated, sponsors, spectators, and runners make the difference!
Trying to break the number on the clock. Don't be disappointed; something tells me that the course is a little long.
The fourteen year-old from Southbury finished third overall and looked like she was just warming-up. the results for the 2nd Annual 3.1 Miles of Memories in Terryville, CT are posted.
Benjamin Mears and Brian Nelson were all alone at the head of the half as they passed the first mile in 5:30.They pushed each other the entire 13.1 and it was Mears with a very respectable victory.
Meanwhile Kara Ryczek had a great race and finished 4th overall!
In the 5K, it was Ben Doiron with a 3-minute victory and Naomi Tetherly lead the women.
A fantastic event with great music, food, volunteers, sponsors, organizers, spectators, and runners. The Results for the 20th Annual Oleksak Lumber Spring Half-Marathon and 5K are posted.
Check out our Race Application page. You can download the app, print it out, and mail it in; or you can register on-line.
So far, we have over 500 preregistrations for this Sunday's race: The Oleksak Spring Half-Marathon and 5K!
Some good races are coming up: March 24th is The Oleksak Spring Half-Marathon and 5K. The race starts at 11:00 at the Westfield, MA Boys and Girls Club. This race has grown to become a great event. Both the 5K and the Half will be timed by Greystone using the BibTag.
On Saturday, March 30th we have The 2nd Annual 3.1 Miles of Memories starting at 10:30 AM from Terryville High School.
The race app for "Just Two Guys Charity 5K Race" on Saturday April 6, starting at 9:00 AM at Winding Trails is posted.
William Sanders defends his title and Master's runner, Rebecca Stephenson takes the women's title. Results for the 29th Annual Polar Bear Run from New Preston, CT are posted. Thank you to all the runners, the spectators, volunteers, and race Director, Dave Dunleavy for a great event.
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