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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 Schoo" 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:
Check out the updates on the Race Application page.
It's been a busy weekend. Today, the rain stopped and the Potato and Corn Festival of North Branford (Northford) held the 6th Annual Cross-Country extravaganza. Congratulations to Floyd Parness (Race Director), all the runners, volunteers, sponsors, and spectators. Results fro the 6th Annual PoCo Fest 5K Cross-Country and the 1-Mile Cross-Country are posted.
On Saturday, the 15th Annual People's Forest 7-Mile Trail Race was held. This was a Trail State Championship as well as part of the New England Grand Tree Series. The Shenipsit Striders claimed victory for the women's team and the Mohegan Striders are the 2014 USATF-Connecticut Men's State Champions. Congratulations to all the runners who competed under wet conditions. I'm not sure if there wasn't a single runner who fell at least once... Results for the 15th Annual People's Forest 7-Mile Trail Run are posted.
This Saturday is the 15th Annual People's Forest 7-Mile Trail Run. The race starts and finishes at the Matheis Grove Pavilion on East River Rd. in Barkhamsted, CT. Race-Day registration opens at 8:00 AM and the race goes off at 9:00 AM. This is a New England Grand Tree event. This the USATF Connecticut Trail Championship. The race is open to everyone and the current pre registration list is available for your review. If you would like to win money, then run for an USATF/CT Team. There is male(3) and female(3) open and master team prize money. There is also a pot-luck picnic after the race. I'll get the grill going, you get your run on. See you there!
Ideal weather conditions meant a great turnout for Connecticut's third oldest road race.
In the Fair Days 5K, it was William Sanders successfully defending his title and Nina Zweig with an impressive victory.
The traditional 8-Mile course had to be modified this year due to road work. The course was shortened to about 7.1-Miles and the pace column for the results has been adjusted accordingly. William Sanders went through the first mile in 5:00 along with the top three runners in the 8-Mile race. It was Abiyot Endale taking the men's race and Alice Kamunya (5th overall) the women's victor.
Congratulations to all the runners, and thank you to the many sponsors, spectators, volunteers, and the Town of New Milford for a great event. Results for the 47th Annual New Milford Road Race and the 12th Annual Fair Days 5K are posted.
The defending champion, Jim Zoldy, returned to face Richard Messine from Nassau , New York. The twenty-five year old, Messine took it out and pressed the fifty-two year old, Zoldy into submission. Anna Blair came up from Falls Village to show the women how it's done. The 1-Mile kids race had Madeline Fife for the outright win! Congratulations to all the runners and thank you to the Northwest Y, the sponsors, volunteers, and spectators. The Canaan Railroad Days 5-Mile and 1-Mile results are posted.
What a great day for a race in the country! Cornwall is country, and the Pharma Cares "Run the Valley 5K" had a spectacular turnout. The race committee of : Janet Carlson, Johan Winsser, Terry Burke, and Rocco Botto, put a great deal of time and effort into making this event a winner. Burke managed the kids 1-Mile. He also ran in the 5K along with Winsser and Botto.
Don't kid yourself; there's pressure when you wear the number one in a race. Botto stayed relaxed in second place through the first half of the race. He moved into first place at the half-way point. With a mile to go, de la Binjere moved past Botto and into first.
At the final turn onto main street, with about 250 meters to go, Botto surged past Binjere. Binjere pressed as Botto looked back several times to measure the narrow gap. It was a great race to the finish! Many thanks to the Town of Cornwall, the 169's, the many volunteers, sponsors, spectators, and runners. Results are posted.
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