Tuesday, September 30, 2008

October

Doorbell rang yesterday around 5pm...hoped it was the oil guy here to fix the boiler...but alas it wasn't (so one more night of no hot water)... but it was the UPS guy delivering a box addressed to me.  I almost never order anything that gets shipped here, so I was baffled at first...but then as I held the box (which was suspiciously just slightly larger than a shoebox) I remembered that I had mailed in that card from Saucony after my absolutely amazing 2nd place finish in the Magnolia 5k back in August.  It was good enough for a free pair of shoes of my choice from Saucony.  That worked out, as these were about 90 bucks and first place was $100 cash...I'll take it. I picked the Grid Type A2 and now that I have them in my hand, I'm thinking of using these to race this week and possibly at Baystate. I've never owned a pair of Saucony shoes before and haven't even really spent time looking at them in the store... I am really impressed with these. The quality looks to be very good at first glance and after popping them on and jogging around in them, I consider them to be really comfortable too... They are a little beefier than my other couple pairs of racing flats but still very light. I am going to try them out this weekend at the hilly Hollis Half Marathon and do the race at 90ish % effort, as a last long run/workout for Baystate. If they feel good, I'll run the full 26.2 in them.

Between now (Hollis this weekend) and then (Baystate), I'll have the 2nd to last 5k in the Seacoast Road Race Series, which is the Great Island 5k up in New Castle, NH. This will truly be my last workout before the big one on the 19th.

This past Sunday (day after Codfish) I met up with a dozen or so of the brave souls from MVS, in the drizzle and rain, to run 23 miles over the Baystate course in Lowell / Chelmsford / Tyngsboro. It became my longest actual run ever, not by time... (that would go to the Savoy race earlier this Summer)...but by total distance. Even though I haven't really adjusted my training schedule by increasing my total mileage per week, I have added a few longer runs (20+) to try to somewhat resemble any sort of real marathon training... but other than that, I will just be showing up to Lowell on October 19th and running based on what I've done this year....so I am expecting to run (hopefully) somewhere in the high 2:30s.  If I ran 2:39 and change I'd be very content...over 2:40 and I'll be back for more.  I really just want my jacket.

The week after Baystate looks interesting.  The marathon is on Sunday (19th) but then Great Bay 5k on Saturday, October 25th in Stratham, NH.  This is the final race in the 2008 Seacoast Road Race Series.  While I don't have to run this one (as I've already gotten my 6 races in), I do need to go for the after party, which is where they present the goods for the series.  IF I am walking OK by then, I may race it...but 6 days after the marathon is pushing it....   Unfortunately the day after Great Bay is probably my favorite race of all...Mayors Cup at Franklin Park in Boston.  I don't think I'll be able to compete this year unfortunately, because of Baystate... If I am not up for it, I'll still go to take some photos and video...

October is now here and it is definitely my favorite month for sure... It's only day 1, but already I feel it.  And now, besides any and all Halloween songs, my favorite song about October:


Saturday, September 27, 2008

41st Annual Codfish Bowl XC

Today was back to Franklin Park for the 41st Annual Codfish Bowl XC race (results).  This was my 6th time running it.  I would say that as far as teams go, this was one of the larger fields...time wise, this race has slowed down over the years (but then again so have I!)....Last year the weather was perfect...maybe even a tad on the warm side... sunny and beautiful.  Today, as anyone who is in New England reading this knows, the weather was pretty crappy... but the rain held off during the race for the most part.  The course was wet and muddy in spots.  Going into the wilderness loop the second time, I slipped and went down on one hand right in front of Matt Pimentel who was there coaching his Merrimack team who ran very well, placing 5th place overall .  I backed off during the second and third miles a bit too much and couldn't recover... I've had a string of bad 5 mile/8k experiences over the last month or so and it's really starting to make me crave the longer stuff or even 5ks again... something about this middle distance is not cooperating with me.  I was 24 seconds faster than last year, but 12 places worse...  And I figured last year would be my worst Codfish Bowl ever because I was still on the comeback trail....now, I've settled in and I was expecting a lot more...but since I haven't really done any 'workouts' other than racing every weekend, since April, I have come to expect this type of thing for this distance...I hope my longer stuff coming up, feels easier than this.  I do just love getting back out there and running cross country...regardless of the time or place, it is really fun to get back on the old course and mix it up with some good college runners (and a slew of GBTC and BAA runners this year)... It's much more fun to me than regular road races....Something about being on the line at Franklin Park in a men's only race, with 100+ strewn out across the field, in the fall, in the damp and muddy conditions, following the white spray painted lines on the grass, that really gets my emotions going...too bad I can't race fast at these things :)....  On the women's side, Caitlyn Clark ran very well and placed 4th overall, in a really exciting women's race.

Splits:

Mile 1) 5:00
Mile 2) 5:34
Mile 3) 5:38
Mile 4) 5:30
Mile 5) 5:13 

Codfish Bowl over the Years...

1995 - Place: 9th - Time: 25:42
1996 - Results lost over time...(comment if you have them...)
1997 - Place: 12th - Time: 25:48
1998 - Place: 6th - Time: 25:29
2007 - Place: 15th - Time: 27:21
2008 - Place: 27th - Time 26:57

No photos or video today as the weather was not cooperating...and I gave the lovely and talented Kristin a day off from the torment which is going to my races...

Instead, I will share some throwback pictures of some Codfish-related fashion that I am still hanging on to:

Below: 10 years back... 31st Annual T-shirt - 1998






















Below: 13 years back... 28th Annual T-shirt - 1995 (not too different than '98).  This had the sleeve ripped off during a run at UML back in the late 90s...it's been fixed a bunch of times but this is it in it's current state.  I think its almost as old as some high school runners this year...





















Below: 10 years back... 31st Annual - Third Place Team Trophy (UML) - 1998 (with the Deacon keeping an eye on things...)





















And lastly...some more USATF XC history....To really make me feel like crap, Dave Dunham's Codfish Bowl finishes from UML (or just U-Lowell as it was known WAY back then...):

10/09/1982 - 3rd Place - 24:54
10/08/1983 - 1st Place - 24:12
10/06/1984 - 1st Place - 24:43

I'm still waiting for Dave to plug all his archives into blogger so we can all feel like crap when we think we had a good race somewhere ;).....


Sunday, September 21, 2008

2008 Ogunquit Lobster Dash

This weekend it was up to Ogunquit, Maine for the 8th Annual Ogunquit Beach Lobster Dash (results). The Lobster Dash is a 5 mile race run entirely on the hard-packed sands of beautiful Ogunquit Beach, up to Moody Beach in Wells, Maine and back. The race is put on by Charlie Farrington (MVS) and is in memory of Greg Gumbinner.

The race went out kind of slow and easy...Dan Princic (Whirlaway), Casey Carroll (winner in 2006, 2007), and I went out together and ran for the first 2.5 (out to the turnaround and back) before I started to fall off the pace a bit. Casey seemed to also fall back about the same time as I did, but not by quite as much. By mile 3, there was a pretty good spread and by mile 4 it looked as though it would be Dan in 1st for sure, and then Casey and then me....but by about 4.5 I had some sort of idea that I may be able to salvage 2nd so I put in a very late surge and caught Casey just before the finish and ran the last 100 meters or so with my head on a swivel, holding him off for 2nd place in 26:51 (practically the same time I ran at Ollie a couple weeks ago). All finishers get nice medals and I got a trophy for winning my age division (30-39). I cooled down with Dan and opted out of my lobster roll (it probably wouldn't have been my idea of an ideal snack at 9:30 am) and Dave and I hit the road.

Top 10 All Time

1) MICHAEL O'BRIEN (2002) - DURHAM NH - 25:37 - (5:08)
2) LARRY SAYERS (2001) - BELLOWS FALLS VT - 25:41 - (5:09)
3) BOB WINN (2002) - OGUNQUIT ME - 25:55 - (5:11)
4) BYRNE DECKER (2002) - YARMOUTH ME - 26:00 - (5:12)
5) BOB WINN (2003) - OGUNQUIT ME - 26:16 - (5:16)
6) WILSON PEREZ (2001) - KEENE NH - 26:17 - (5:16)
7) BOB WINN (2001) - OGUNQUIT ME - 26:23 - (5:17)
8) CASEY CARROLL (2007) - DOVER NH - 26:27 - (5:18)
9) DANIEL PRINCIC (2008) - WOBURN MA - 26:40 - (5:20)
10) JIM JOHNSON (2008) - SALEM NH - 26:51 - (5:23)


Following is another video of some clips shot by Dave Dunham w/ my little digicam (without first cleaning off the lens...sorry about that)... pieced together with some quick editing this afternoon.... The end product of this was about 1.5 gb in size (.5 gb larger than my Merrimack River Trail Video). Therefor I couldn't upload it to YouTube...I had to degrade it a bit and switch to a different format to upload it. The quality isn't as good but doesn't look to bad. Once I figure out what I'm doing, I may be able to get some better videos...for now, this is what I got. Enjoy.



One quick mention... dd (currently injured) was a good sport and made the trek up with me and took video and about 300+ photos but for some reason EVERY one was blurry, out of focus, and look they are from like 6 miles away....I am not sure why. Something is up and I may be able to pull some out and upload them to SmugMug but haven't done it yet... I'll work on that next.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Video: Merrimack River Trail

Lookout... My first feeble attempt at video production using a 5 year old, 5.1 mega pixel Sony digicam that I dropped in Canobie Lake last Spring (it has since dried out of course, and I am amazed it still works)... Please do not blast me for quality, mistakes, misqueues, errors in timeline, or the fact that yes, if you are familiar with the trails, you will see some of these clips are shot out of order... I was bored yesterday and not looking forward to my run because I feel like dog crap...So to mix it up I drove over to the river trail and messed around with filming some parts of the run (took me about an hour longer than the regular run to put all these shots together)... At first I was pretty pumped to get out there and film some parts of the trail...I wanted to dabble in some video after being inspired by a couple of training montages that Jay Lavalley put together (very cool stuff)....but I realized that I got excited for like 5 minutes and then discovered that video production is boring and I have no patience for it. I used Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 (so you can say I drank my own champagne) for the editing and uploaded to YouTube... No special effects this time...no slowmo or filters or anything...I spent virtually 30 minutes on the editing (most of that time was due to the slow rendering because I had like 20 different things going on on my computer). I did not sync the music to any part of the video and to my absolute amazement, the song I chose was like 3 seconds shorter than all the clips I put in the timeline... I couldn't have cut it any closer if I actually tried... Next one I will spend a little more time on and hopefully invest in a slightly better camera to take video...This one was fighting me the whole way and the quality isn't that great but I think it came out OK for a first timer... Let me know what you think (but only if it's positive) :)


Monday, September 15, 2008

Update: Current Training and Upcoming Races

Just throwing together an update because I've gotten a couple of messages asking what I was up to because I hadn't put together an entry for this past week. I don't usually blog without having some sort of race or special event to talk about, but since there hasn't been anything this past week, I'll just put in a general update instead.

First off, the Feel Good Farm 7K Trail Race in Lyndeborough, NH, that was scheduled for this past Saturday was cancelled. The website stated that 'Due to unsafe trail conditions caused by the recent heavy rains from the remnants of the recent hurricane we have been forced to cancel the Feel Good Farms Trail Races.' ... This race was to be the 3rd one in the 2008 USATF-NE XC Grand Prix. Maybe it was a good thing that this was cancelled though (for me). I've been getting my butt kicked for about 3 weeks now from these horrific allergies. Nothing has been working...I've tried everything. The last few days I've felt pretty wiped. I've been getting awful sleep but have been keeping up with the miles because I know the marathon is looming. I was thinking about doing some other local race like the one in Stoneham (that Craig Fram ended up winning) or one down in Wrentham, MA... But I decided to rest instead. A good decision I think. Over the last 2 weeks I've put up 76 miles each (with 1 day off each week). This is lower than what I was doing all last winter and this past spring. But it is a little bit more or just about on par with what I've been doing this summer....so in essence I haven't really adjusted my schedule at all for the upcoming Baystate Marathon on October 19th (only 34 days away). This may be a pretty big mistake on my part. I am not out of shape by any means...I'm in OK 10k shape I think...maybe even half marathon shape (we'll see in a few weeks). I don't think I am in any sort of competative marathon shape, but I am going to do a little bit of adjusting over the next couple of weeks to see if I can salvage something. I put in a 17+ mile run last Wednesday and a 19+ mile run yesterday. I am not 'ready' per se for a fast marathon...but I am hoping I can at least grind through it and get it done...I am making a promise to myself that if I get through this one unscathed, I will train the right way next time (Boston in 2009). For now, its just about getting my GP jacket and calling it a season.

Next up for me will be this weekend's Lobster Dash (Sept 20th, 8:30am Ogunquit Maine). This seems like it will be a fun race (5 miler), as it is all on the hard packed sand of Ogunquit beach. The Lobster Dash is in memory of Greg Gumbinner.

After that, I'll be running in my 6th Codfish Bowl (XC) in the past 13 years (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2007). More on that I'm sure, after the race.

I am also registered for the Hollis Applefest Half Marathon (Hollis, NH) which is on 10/04. This will be a good warm up 2 weeks before Baystate. This is a very hilly course (see elevation profile here). Dave Dunham has the course record, set back in 1992 with a 1:06:07. I made a jab at that course record via email last week and referred to it as 'soft' (I was kidding of course), to which he replied 'yeah, it is...I was in 1:03 shape when I ran that'. Good stuff.

That's about it for now...Gonna try to get up into the 80s this week without getting hurt of course... Some light mileage and the occasional quicker tempo pace run and then the 5 miler this weekend for a workout... If you're around and want to get together for a run this week (at any pace) let me know...

Above (L to R): Ben Strain, Jim Pawlicki, Dan Verrington, Me - MSD 10K - Portsmouth, NH (06-14-08).

Oh yeah, one more thing... As of this past week, I've been back running for 2 years now! :). Here's to another XX years of running to go!!!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

2008 Iron Runners Through 6 Events

The list of all 105 remaining Iron Runners from the 2008 USATF-New England Road Racing Grand Prix. 20 Clubs and 1 small batch of unattached runners make up the entire list. MVS leads with 20 Iron Runners. CMS is next with 18. With only 1 event remaining (The Baystate Maraton on October 19th), things are looking bright for the Striders who usually have a good showing at the GP marathons each year.


Below: Iron Runners through 6 races sorted by Total Time. Dan Princic is the collective leader with the lowest cumulative time through 6 races. Whirlaway has the top 3 spots.

First
Last
Club
Age
Sx
13.1m
6km
5km
10m
10km
5m
26.2m
Total time
Pace
DanielPrincic
WRT
28
M
1:10:14
0:19:07
0:15:43
0:54:37
0:35:32
0:26:32
3:41:45
0:05:24
KevinAlliette
WRT
26
M
1:13:01
0:19:23
0:15:53
0:54:31
0:33:51
0:26:36
3:43:15
0:05:26
ChrisMahoney
WRT
30
M
1:11:15
0:19:43
0:16:36
0:54:45
0:34:42
0:26:40
3:43:41
0:05:26
KentLemme
GSH
41
M
1:12:15
0:18:53
0:15:30
0:56:24
0:34:31
0:26:36
3:44:09
0:05:27
BenNdaya
RUN
32
M
1:18:45
0:18:20
0:15:15
0:53:15
0:33:01
0:25:54
3:44:30
0:05:28
DanVerrington
CMS
46
M
1:13:15
0:19:12
0:15:58
0:54:53
0:34:26
0:27:03
3:44:47
0:05:28
JimJohnson
MVS
31
M
1:13:50
0:19:06
0:15:44
0:55:36
0:34:08
0:26:50
3:45:14
0:05:29
KevinTilton
CMS
26
M
1:10:20
0:19:10
0:16:15
0:56:12
0:34:50
0:29:17
3:46:04
0:05:30
CraigFram
WRT
49
M
1:12:19
0:19:32
0:16:23
0:57:36
0:35:21
0:28:27
3:49:38
0:05:35
JimPawlicki
CMS
33
M
1:15:03
0:20:03
0:16:33
0:56:48
0:35:12
0:28:40
3:52:19
0:05:39
CarlosRivera
GSH
34
M
1:16:31
0:20:11
0:16:44
0:58:04
0:35:36
0:27:29
3:54:35
0:05:42
MikePlatt
WRT
46
M
1:15:11
0:20:25
0:16:48
0:57:37
0:36:55
0:28:44
3:55:40
0:05:44
NormanBouthiller
WRT
42
M
1:16:59
0:19:51
0:16:21
0:59:40
0:36:30
0:28:45
3:58:06
0:05:47
PaulFratini
GSH
43
M
1:16:23
0:19:54
0:16:24
1:00:44
0:37:13
0:28:25
3:59:03
0:05:49
DaveOliver
GLRR
52
M
1:16:21
0:20:39
0:16:54
0:59:59
0:37:00
0:28:17
3:59:10
0:05:49
DavidQuintal
CMS
45
M
1:18:47
0:20:27
0:17:19
1:00:12
0:37:04
0:28:37
4:02:26
0:05:54
MikeSawyer
TVFR
46
M
1:17:00
0:24:33
0:17:25
1:02:04
0:38:46
0:29:36
4:09:24
0:06:04
KimDuclos
CMS
26
F
1:22:32
0:22:17
0:18:28
1:01:27
0:38:20
0:28:46
4:11:50
0:06:07
JohnBrown
TVFR
50
M
1:23:15
0:22:00
0:18:19
1:00:59
0:38:56
0:29:57
4:13:26
0:06:10
ChrisSpinney
WRT
48
M
1:17:32
0:21:11
0:18:13
1:08:06
0:38:43
0:31:41
4:15:26
0:06:13
BillDixon
GLRR
61
M
1:20:17
0:21:18
0:17:28
1:08:07
0:39:08
0:29:48
4:16:06
0:06:14
JustinRenz
36
M
1:22:23
0:22:05
0:17:47
1:03:54
0:39:21
0:30:39
4:16:09
0:06:14
KevinMcCusker
CMS
51
M
1:23:58
0:21:37
0:17:50
1:05:44
0:38:17
0:30:09
4:17:35
0:06:16
BarbaraMcManus
CMS
40
F
1:23:38
0:23:02
0:18:51
1:04:25
0:40:06
0:31:29
4:21:31
0:06:22
DennisDonoghue
WCRC
52
M
1:25:05
0:22:46
0:18:59
1:04:47
0:39:47
0:31:16
4:22:40
0:06:23
DebBarry
CMS
42
F
1:26:01
0:23:00
0:18:52
1:04:34
0:40:49
0:31:22
4:24:38
0:06:26
HeatherWenninger
GSH
24
F
1:22:37
0:23:20
0:19:06
1:06:11
0:40:28
0:33:00
4:24:42
0:06:26
JamesMorisseau
CMS
55
M
1:28:02
0:22:48
0:18:56
1:03:41
0:40:51
0:31:26
4:25:44
0:06:28
TinaDowling
MVS
42
F
1:26:53
0:23:25
0:19:02
1:05:57
0:40:59
0:31:03
4:27:19
0:06:30
DavidKelly
WCRC
52
M
1:27:11
0:22:58
0:19:36
1:07:14
0:41:55
0:32:41
4:31:35
0:06:36
KathyLynch
GSH
46
F
1:30:59
0:24:35
0:19:52
1:05:05
0:40:19
0:31:12
4:32:02
0:06:37
JohnWebber
WCRC
50
M
1:28:36
0:23:45
0:19:35
1:06:30
0:42:35
0:32:35
4:33:36
0:06:39
AmandaLearned
CMS
24
F
1:34:48
0:25:50
0:21:03
1:05:24
0:40:25
0:31:03
4:38:33
0:06:46
CharlesSalmond
NMC
56
M
1:29:01
0:23:47
0:19:39
1:10:32
0:43:21
0:33:28
4:39:48
0:06:48
RichardClark
GSH
54
M
1:30:14
0:23:52
0:20:26
1:10:34
0:42:52
0:33:20
4:41:18
0:06:50
LisaZappala
WRT
47
F
1:30:09
0:23:49
0:19:39
1:09:34
0:43:15
0:35:52
4:42:18
0:06:52
JohnDonovan
36
M
1:45:10
0:21:39
0:18:10
1:08:04
0:39:03
0:30:30
4:42:36
0:06:52
BrianByrne
NMC
60
M
1:30:48
0:25:02
0:20:22
1:09:29
0:42:58
0:34:13
4:42:52
0:06:53
BillHagen
WRT
50
M
1:34:09
0:24:34
0:20:11
1:08:37
0:43:18
0:33:10
4:43:59
0:06:54
NadinePalmer
WRT
40
F
1:30:57
0:25:20
0:20:10
1:09:28
0:44:47
0:33:58
4:44:40
0:06:55
MichaelAuger
NMC
48
M
1:33:17
0:24:17
0:20:02
1:08:54
0:44:16
0:34:23
4:45:09
0:06:56
JamesImprescia
NMC
59
M
1:33:28
0:25:05
0:20:17
1:09:26
0:42:57
0:34:37
4:45:50
0:06:57
TomDerderian
GBTC
59
M
1:33:06
0:24:09
0:20:22
1:09:12
0:44:13
0:35:20
4:46:22
0:06:58
GlennSimm
MVS
48
M
1:34:27
0:24:30
0:20:09
1:11:18
0:43:21
0:33:23
4:47:08
0:06:59
DavidKrom
CMS
49
M
1:32:32
0:24:35
0:20:42
1:10:57
0:44:28
0:34:13
4:47:27
0:06:59
ChristopherChetsas
MVS
50
M
1:34:02
0:24:53
0:20:57
1:11:31
0:44:19
0:34:49
4:50:31
0:07:04
MarshaHogan
MVS
43
F
1:34:39
0:24:56
0:20:46
1:12:41
0:43:53
0:33:40
4:50:35
0:07:04
HaroldJarvis
TVFR
52
M
1:33:31
0:24:22
0:19:52
1:11:05
0:49:04
0:33:42
4:51:36
0:07:05
DonaldBasso
TVFR
53
M
1:32:50
0:24:46
0:20:24
1:12:26
0:46:11
0:36:34
4:53:11
0:07:08
BrianSpecht
CMS
45
M
1:47:22
0:24:16
0:20:12
1:09:06
0:42:44
0:33:36
4:57:16
0:07:14
HankGediman
CSU
61
M
1:36:53
0:25:27
0:21:25
1:13:06
0:45:15
0:35:28
4:57:34
0:07:14
RogerNasatka
CMS
55
M
1:36:10
0:25:08
0:21:22
0:00:00
0:47:43
0:36:46
3:47:09
0:07:18
RaymondLabonte
CSU
43
M
1:33:40
0:25:18
0:21:25
1:17:00
0:45:52
0:37:12
5:00:27
0:07:18
BruceKirchner
GSH
51
M
1:36:28
0:25:01
0:20:57
1:15:31
0:46:41
0:35:58
5:00:36
0:07:19
JeffDonahue
37
M
1:39:45
0:24:43
0:20:38
1:14:11
0:46:08
0:35:35
5:01:00
0:07:19
CristinaWinsor
MVS
39
F
1:41:45
0:25:30
0:20:58
1:12:17
0:45:07
0:35:36
5:01:13
0:07:20
SidneyLetendre
CMS
53
F
1:37:58
0:25:53
0:21:26
1:14:02
0:46:04
0:35:57
5:01:20
0:07:20
JustinVerdirame
CRC
29
M
1:43:43
0:24:53
0:21:19
1:13:51
0:43:26
0:36:48
5:04:00
0:07:24
JamesShope
NMC
54
M
1:40:49
0:26:52
0:22:31
1:13:10
0:47:20
0:35:26
5:06:08
0:07:27
JanicePlatt
GCS
43
F
1:40:21
0:26:51
0:22:35
1:14:21
0:48:40
0:37:01
5:09:49
0:07:32
PattyFoltz
GLRR
60
F
1:42:58
0:27:02
0:22:20
1:15:22
0:46:55
0:35:50
5:10:27
0:07:33
SarahPrescott
MVS
42
F
1:41:00
0:27:39
0:22:53
1:15:52
0:47:16
0:36:40
5:11:20
0:07:34
DanielHill
MVS
38
M
1:36:34
0:25:58
0:21:16
1:17:40
0:47:23
0:42:44
5:11:35
0:07:35
MattHarker
38
M
1:46:35
0:29:40
0:21:41
1:15:34
0:43:52
0:34:27
5:11:49
0:07:35
TomFoltz
GLRR
59
M
1:41:23
0:27:00
0:22:14
1:15:53
0:48:31
0:37:29
5:12:30
0:07:36
DanDugan
GCS
35
M
1:40:42
0:25:13
0:20:38
1:16:18
0:49:23
0:40:25
5:12:39
0:07:36
LindaFord
MVS
45
F
1:44:12
0:27:26
0:22:18
1:17:42
0:48:47
0:36:51
5:17:16
0:07:43
DavidHardy
MVS
35
M
1:48:49
0:24:48
0:20:19
1:16:14
0:51:18
0:37:50
5:19:18
0:07:46
AmyPaquette
NMC
31
F
1:40:31
0:27:45
0:24:01
1:19:19
0:48:04
0:40:12
5:19:52
0:07:47
JenniferLade
TVFR
23
F
1:43:21
0:28:28
0:22:49
1:21:33
0:49:16
0:39:30
5:24:57
0:07:54
SharonMcGowan
CMS
50
F
1:47:25
0:27:27
0:22:21
1:22:11
0:48:31
0:37:56
5:25:51
0:07:55
MichaelBurns
Shamrock
41
M
1:31:29
0:24:06
0:19:57
1:09:22
1:28:49
0:33:54
5:27:37
0:07:58
CharlieFarrington
MVS
63
M
1:44:18
0:27:58
0:23:21
1:23:29
0:51:37
0:38:58
5:29:41
0:08:01
WilliamMeredith
MVS
58
M
1:45:26
0:27:10
0:22:24
1:24:52
0:51:50
0:39:25
5:31:07
0:08:03
PeterYoung
SRR
30
M
1:41:57
0:27:29
0:24:19
1:22:49
0:52:11
0:43:25
5:32:10
0:08:05
AnnieRyan
CMS
51
F
1:45:03
0:27:54
0:23:06
1:25:43
0:52:01
0:41:16
5:35:03
0:08:09
SarahHardy
MVS
35
F
1:56:28
0:27:58
0:23:32
1:18:55
0:49:08
0:40:09
5:36:10
0:08:11
LeoStLouis
MVS
64
M
1:49:33
0:28:45
0:24:04
1:22:34
0:51:31
0:40:21
5:36:48
0:08:11
GiuseppeGiannone
NSS
67
M
1:52:30
0:29:52
0:24:24
1:23:42
0:50:22
0:40:03
5:40:53
0:08:17
DonnaLeblanc
NMC
48
F
1:48:57
0:28:18
0:23:15
1:29:24
0:53:27
0:41:04
5:44:25
0:08:23
HenryWilder
MVS
30
M
2:04:22
0:26:55
0:21:28
1:26:45
0:50:10
0:36:35
5:46:15
0:08:25
SeanDoyle
34
M
1:58:09
0:27:27
0:22:28
1:30:06
0:50:38
0:38:43
5:47:31
0:08:27
SherylBriggs-Coye
Falmouth TC
34
F
1:51:12
0:29:13
0:23:25
1:31:21
0:55:05
0:41:56
5:52:12
0:08:34
CatherineFarrell
CSU
63
F
1:54:51
0:29:52
0:25:13
1:26:29
0:55:01
0:42:12
5:53:38
0:08:36
KellyCenca
MVS
36
F
1:49:39
0:29:12
0:24:15
1:31:18
0:55:42
0:46:49
5:56:55
0:08:41
DennisRyan
NSS
37
M
2:07:03
0:28:35
0:24:50
1:25:27
0:51:28
0:39:56
5:57:19
0:08:41
PatrickSheridan
GLRR
47
M
2:07:28
0:32:08
0:24:19
1:31:28
0:50:55
0:42:29
6:08:47
0:08:58
JudyTibbetts
NMC
48
F
1:57:56
0:30:44
0:25:08
1:35:00
0:56:52
0:43:28
6:09:08
0:08:59
EvelynDolan
CMS
48
F
2:11:36
0:32:01
0:25:54
1:27:10
0:54:35
0:42:44
6:14:00
0:09:06
LarryMorris
NMC
61
M
2:11:20
0:29:38
0:24:24
1:35:29
0:53:58
0:42:15
6:17:04
0:09:10
RaymondWenninger
EORC
59
M
2:03:36
0:32:08
0:26:51
1:33:56
0:56:23
0:47:17
6:20:11
0:09:15
StuartKaufman
SRR
61
M
2:13:52
0:33:39
0:26:27
1:33:32
0:59:19
0:42:30
6:29:19
0:09:28
HerbCunha
MVS
68
M
2:11:37
0:28:17
0:33:29
1:38:23
1:01:40
0:47:20
6:40:46
0:09:45
JenniferAndrews
CMS
45
F
2:04:30
0:33:54
0:28:16
1:43:57
1:06:44
0:48:43
6:46:04
0:09:53
RobynBratica
RIRR
24
F
2:01:42
0:42:04
0:31:19
1:44:04
1:03:40
0:48:23
6:51:12
0:10:00
GeorgeTournas
MVS
57
M
2:12:37
0:34:44
0:27:52
1:44:39
1:03:47
0:50:01
6:53:40
0:10:04
SherryBrown
TVFR
46
F
2:18:07
0:33:22
0:27:51
1:42:03
1:04:16
0:50:28
6:56:07
0:10:07
KevinCounihan
NSS
47
M
2:16:19
0:33:13
0:26:48
1:50:27
1:03:28
0:49:01
6:59:16
0:10:12
AngelikaEvans
HHS
59
F
2:20:03
0:34:38
0:29:01
1:42:23
1:02:34
0:50:47
6:59:26
0:10:12
HenryLeong
40
M
2:17:03
0:34:24
0:30:24
1:42:13
1:05:43
0:50:10
6:59:57
0:10:13
CharleneGaboriault
TVFR
60
F
2:23:33
0:34:47
0:29:00
1:47:41
1:02:18
0:46:17
7:03:36
0:10:18
DavidBarber
MVS
65
M
2:20:22
0:35:17
0:28:05
1:43:26
1:07:21
0:49:24
7:03:55
0:10:19
MimiSun
CSU
46
F
2:21:34
0:42:33
0:28:59
1:40:55
1:02:04
0:48:37
7:04:42
0:10:20
Kerry LeeAnderson
27
F
2:13:02
0:45:10
0:29:05
1:54:17
0:57:44
0:48:49
7:08:07
0:10:25
MarthaO'Brien
MVS
52
F
2:18:02
0:39:04
0:32:07
1:45:51
1:06:06
0:52:27
7:13:37
0:10:33


Below: Iron Runners by Team

Club
IronRunners Through 6
MVS
20
CMS
18
Whirl
10
NMC
9
GSH
7
TVFR
7
Unattached
7
GLRR
5
CSU
4
NSS
3
WCRC
3
SRR
2
CRC
1
EORC
1
Falmouth TC
1
GBTC
1
GCS
1
HHS
1
IRRR
1
RUN
1
Shamrock
1

Other Stats:

Avg age45.4
Men70
Women35
Oldest68
Youngest23