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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
On October 27, 2012 the Prospect Park Track Club will run the last ten miles of the New York City Marathon Course.
As a group we are leaving at 8am, on October 27th, on 1st Ave and 60th Street. There is a Starbucks on the right (East) side of road. It will be you last chance to use plumbing.
Before I continue I need to point out that neither the Prospect Park Track Club nor any of it's members are providing any traffic control during this event. You will be running on open roads. Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians do not always follow the law or act in predictable ways. So be careful and pay attention to your surroundings, nobody is doing that for you. This is also the time to unplug you earphones so you can be that much more aware of your environment.
That said you should run up the left (west) side of First Ave. At 125th St, under the Triborough Bridge we will have our fist aid station on the left, there is also a bike lane on the left. The pedrestrian path on the Willis Ave Bridge is also on the left.
However the path comes to an abrupt end as you enter The Bronx.
|YES, TURN LEFT|
|GO DOWN THE STAIRS|
|THIS IS THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS, MAKE A RIGHT TURN AND GO UNDER THE BRIDGE|
|THIS IS WHAT YOU SEE WHEN YOU TURN TO THE RIGHT. CROSS THE STREET AND MAKE A LEFT.|
|This is what you see when you cross under the bridge, (it is now to your left). Follow the crosswalks and the streetlights and get to the sidewalk.|
|Use this sidewalk to cross over the Major Deegan Expressway.|
|After crossing over The Deegan, follow the traffic signal and crosswalk to get to the Mobil Station.|
|Turn left and you are again on the Marathon Course.|
You are almost at Mile 20, Make a mental note of how good you feel.
Remember, to use that note on Nov 4.
Follow the Marathon signs back to the Madison Ave Bridge and Manhattan. The pedestrian entrance to the Madison Ave Bridge is on the Right.
The follow 5th Ave back to Central Park. We will have aid at Engineers Gate and more goodies in the Tavern on the Green Parking lot.
Again, this is a course inspection, not a race. Take it easy and bring a MetroCard, some cash and your phone.
This is a link to the official route. I don't see the point of making the dimple on course and laving 138th Street in the Bronx. Also, The sidewalk on Central Park South is often dense with tourists. You can have some surprises on Nov. 4
Posted by Michael Ring at 8:22 PM
Sunday, September 23, 2012
you know the race was cancelled...
Important Update as of Nov. 2 1:00 pm
Our permit for PS 87 has been cancelled. There will be no PPTC reunion area and we can not bring your baggage to the finish line.
Sunday, October 28th Saturday October 27 The Prospect Park Track Club is sponsoring a group run of the last 10 miles of the NYC Marathon course. We will meet under the 59th Street Bridge at 1st Avenue and be ready to run by 8 AM. As usual this run will be supported by a rolling aid station. There will be Gatorade, cold water and energy food waiting for us before we cross the Willis Ave Bridge (1st Avenue and 125th Street) and as we enter Central Park (90th Street at Engineers Gate). At the “finish line” (the Tavern on the Green parking lot) there will be more goodies waiting for us. This event is free and is for PPTC members and their invited guests only. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: THE RUNNING OF THE LAST 10 MILES HAS BEEN CHANGED TO SATURDAY OCT 27TH SO WILL WILL NOT CRASH INTO THE NYRR POLAND SPRING KICKOFF. STILL 8AM.
The importance of this run cannot be stressed enough. Seven days later you will be running this same route after covering 16 miles. You will have the memory of how easy and fun it was with fresh feet and how close the finish line is. This is also a great run for someone who is not running the NYC Marathon - it is a way to “have a taste” of the Marathon.
On Marathon Sunday, we are happy to announce that JackRabbit Sports is again joining us in transporting Brooklyn runners to the Start. Buses will be leaving from in front of their Brooklyn store at 151 7th Avenue (between Garfield and Carroll) and will take you to Fort Wadsworth. Buses will leave promptly at 6 AM and will not wait. JackRabbit will be open at 5 AM on Marathon Sunday. They will be providing a bathroom, a place to be warm and dry, and the opportunity to purchase any last minute items.
In addition, we will be offering a bag check so you can have clean, dry clothes and other belongings waiting for you when you finish – bags will be at the PPTC Marathon reunion area (see below). Bags will be brought from JackRabbit to PS 87. So if you need anything at Fort Wadsworth, don’t leave it at JackRabbit. Please make it a tiny bag, we don’t plan on renting a truck.
UDATE: AS OF OCTOBER 5th, THE BUSES ARE FULL
The cost for bus transportation is $10 for PPTC members and $15 for “friends.” All seats are prepaid and go quickly. There are no walk-ons – reservations and advance payment is required. If you are taking the PPTC bus, you will need to be in front of Jack Rabbit Sports no later than 5:45 AM to be checked in. Go here (https://nycruns.com/races/?race=pptc-marathon-bus) for a link to reserve your place on the bus.
After the race we have our own Marathon reunion area. You can meet your friends and family at PS 87, located on West 77th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam. It is just 2 blocks from the finish line. We will provide hot chocolate, fruit, cold soda, bagels and an indoor restroom with a place to change. This event is free and open to PPTC Members and their “friends” who joined us on the marathon bus. We just ask that you let us know if you are going to join us. Again please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan on coming to the school. If you checked a bag with us when you boarded the bus at JackRabbit it will be waiting for you at the school.
Posted by Michael Ring at 5:14 AM
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
TOM BYRNES and FRIENDS
Congrats to Irene and Gil Torres on their son Keith's recent marriage to Cairyn Holmes in early July. Gil has been seen back on the roads logging some miles fast and slow so who knows.
And yes, in case you were losing sleep wondering, , it was PPTC's Keith Williams who was the very first club member to ask if there would be a PPTC bus to the start of the NYC marathon this November.
Bobby Fisher getting back in to the bike mode participating in the very hilly 75 mile Hudson Valley Rail ride on July 22.
Tom Byrnes' grandson Jake celebrated his six month birthday with family and friends on July 25th, he'll now be entering a new age category, little boys six months to a year, who can't really crawl or walk yet but he's gotta be thinking of it ....
Dennis Sivack not letting the tides change too often without getting into the wet with Brooklyn's Sebago Canoe and Kayak club
Congrats to Clair Dougherty on her recent Brooklyn Bridge Swim , from the Dumbo area near the base of the bridge on the Brooklyn side across to Manhattan . No MTA card needed.
Thanks to Tom Tobin for passing along some vintage pics from back in the day of current USA Olympian Matt Centrowitz competing in one of the Rockaway Running series races on the boardwalk . From a Rockaway 5k to a 1500 on London's Olympic stage. In how many years?
Posted by Michael Ring at 11:12 AM
Friday, July 20, 2012
TIPS TO HELP YOU SLOW DOWN YOUR HECTIC PACE THIS SUMMER
Tip 1: When you go on vacation, really go on vacation. Unplug your mobile devices and see how this
feels. Allow yourself to disconnect from your phone, laptop and iPad. You will feel that your body has
recharged and that will help you relax. How many of you can really do this?
Tip 2: Can you challenge yourself? Sign up with a running or swim coach or a Personal Trainer. It's
important to see that exercise can really make your body feel awesome. Set yourself a goal. Your trainer
or coach can help you accomplish your goals.
Tip 3: Self Care: When is the last time you spent time with yourself? You need time to reconnect with
yourself, recharge your batteries or just have time for YOU! It is so necessary because of the hectic pace
Tip 4: Pick one thing that you want to change or improve in your health. Do you want to clean up your
diet, do a detox, be less stressed or need help with planning healthy meals? Speak with a health coach.
He/she can help guide you with steps to set goals and be successful.
What are your plans this summer?
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:12 PM
In January 1993, PPTC lost our coach, mentor and friend, Harry Murphy. Regina Cahill and Claire
Dougherty are spearheading a celebration of Harry’s life. You can be part of the commemorative events
beginning in January 2013 by sending your photos and stories about Harry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In his quiet, always encouraging way, Harry launched many runners. He single-handedly turned couch
potatoes into sub-4 hour marathoners. He ran 2:41 in his youth and went on to be a founding father of
both NYRR and PPTC. His spirit lives on in Prospect Park.
Stay tuned for the commemorative events beginning in January 2013.
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:11 PM
PPTC VOLUNTEER REWARDS PROGRAM
Prospect Park Track Club is continuing the Rewards Program for 2012 which was initiated in 2011 as a
small token of thanks to the volunteers who spend some of their time volunteering doing many different
jobs to make our club a continued success. If you are unfamiliar with this program it works like this:
Any PPTC member who volunteers for a minimum of ten hours in the calendar year 2012 will be entitled
to receive from PPTC, in appreciation of their help, one of the following rewards.
1) An article of clothing (your choice if available) from the PPTC Product Catolog
or 2) Free entry into either of our two races, Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot or Cherry Tree in February
or 3) An additional one year free membership to PPTC
There are many volunteer opportunities available to get in your ten hours, for example, helping with the
various races, Turkey Trot, Cherry Tree,Speed Series, Picnic, Race Committee, Articles for the Newsletter
To make sure you get credit for your time it is important that you let the person in charge of the project
know that you are there to help.
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:10 PM
The PPTC Board of Directors wishes to congratulate Jason Horowitz and Lynda Mules for being elected
to three-year director terms in May. Jason Horowitz served during the previous term as director and
chairs the clothing and IT committees. This is the first term for Lynda Mules who leads our PPTC
The 2012 election was the second year that we used online voting; 93 members logged on to vote while
we mailed approximately 15 paper ballots to members without access to email. The online ballot was
promoted via email and social media (FaceBook, etc.).
As the online ballot is a still a somewhat new format, the elections committee greatly appreciates all
of the feedback received so far to improve the process. If you experienced a problem with the online
ballot or have a suggestion for improving the process please email suggestions to email@example.com.
Looking ahead to 2013, all officer positions will be up for re-election as will a few director positions.
It will be a big election year for PPTC. It’s never too early to start thinking about whether or not you
would like to run. We’ll also need volunteers to for the elections committee. If you are interested in
helping with the 2013 election, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:10 PM
I am not talking about how to run faster or further. This is about how to be a better citizen in the
I have been racing for a while (not as long as many of you, I am sure) and I have observed many
changes in what people think is acceptable behavior at a race.
RFD technology (Chips, D-tags, B-tags) has changed the way people approach the starting
line. Back in the day, there used to be a lot of pushing and shoving at the starting line. That was not
always so nice. If you started 25 feet behind the line, you had to run 25 more feet in that race, but more
importantly if you started 30 seconds after the leaders, you had to run 30 seconds faster than they were
running to win an award. This might not sound so bad, but remember, awards are based on age and
gender, so a 60-year old had the same motivation to be at the starting line as the 25-year olds. Needless
to say, this got a little messy in a large race. Now, the stress of bring at the starting line when the gun
goes off is gone, but some people don’t care when they start. Hey, people! This is a race! Just because
the last race you ran had 80,000 people in it and starting corrals spread out across two boroughs doesn’t
mean you can be drinking coffee two blocks from the start in a volunteer, community-based race. Most
races start on time and when the Race Director says GO! There is no excuse to be late.
Since my kids were born I carry my phone when I run. It is small and I don’t want to worry
about it in baggage check. But I don’t use it. However, too many times I have had to run around
someone who was yakking on their phone (or texting). Not only are they a hazard to other people on the
course, but they are insulting them. A race is an athletic competition; when I am running as fast as I can
and get passed by someone who is texting, it hurts.
Giant charities have also gotten involved in racing. This is good and bad. Yes, it is good that
more money is gong to charity. However, sometimes the concept of racing has been thrown out the
window. Entire offices, schools or religious groups use a specific race as a fundraising tool. They
often “run” the race as a unit, often in jeans and holding Starbucks cups. I know the front of the pack
would not be the front with out the back of the pack, but this is getting ridiculous. The front of the pack
should not have to say excuse me to the back of the pack.
I don’t like to use headphones, but I can see how others might enjoy them when running.
However, you have to be able to hear instructions from race officials. The vast majority of course
marshals are volunteers and it is not fair to make them chase you because you did not hear them
say, “Turn here.” It is even worse when a Race Director or Medic says, “Are you OK?” and you cannot
hear them. People are giving up their morning to make your race experience better, the least you can do
is be able to hear them.
At the edge of comical are the actions that have been observed at water stations. When you are
done with your cup, throw it in a pail, or drop it on the ground. But do not put half a cup of water back
on the table. Think about it.
As a race director I have seen many first time racers get a little “overdramatic” at the finish
line. It is OK to finish your fist 5K in 30 minutes or more. But please don’t run the last 50 yards like a
maniac and collapse on the finish line. There is still someone behind you and if you are flopping around
like a fish in the timing mats, you are just in the way.
I hope this short essay will start many conversations. Maybe so of the runners that are new to our sport
will enjoy their experience more.
And another thing; Just because you are wearing a chip that tracks your time that does not mean you do
not have to make your bib visible on the front, not on the back, of your clothes. Why not on the back?
Because your body can block the electronic timing from recording your finishing time.*. Never mind
that sometimes technology fails and there are people using those bibs to keep track of the order and time
of racers crossing the finish line. But you are in a race, the difference between someone running a race
and someone who is not is that they are wearing a number on their shirt.
*This pertains to B chips that are part of a bib. Otherwise, it identifies a runner as newbie, someone
who isn’t in the know and is not cool.
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:09 PM
Starting a new project can be extremely exciting… and equally daunting. As a full-time
freelancer, I’m constantly training myself to focus on what it is that excites me for each
new project. Without it, production suffers and the process becomes stale; productiveness
is fueled by passion. As passionate as I am about my job, I’m equally passionate about
running, so when the idea to start a group run to Coney Island entered my head, the
excitement launched into action.
Every Friday throughout the summer, hundreds of Brooklynites flock to Coney Island
to enjoy a free fireworks show. The first show of 2012 took place on June 15th, the night
before the PPTC picnic. While watching the show, I had the idea to organize a one-time
group run from Prospect Park to Coney Island with the fireworks as our reward. The
next day I shared the thought with Lynda Mules, who agreed that it was a good idea. So
I decided to run with it. After sending out an email on the PPTC forum and receiving a
great deal of positive feedback, the idea began to grow. Why not make this more than just
a one-night event? Why not open this up to runners outside of PPTC? Why not make this
HUGE?! And with that, the Free Fireworks Fridays Group Run was born. With guidance
from Michael Ring, the FFFGR Facebook page was created and quickly gained 60+
members in the first week.
Then came time for our first run on June 29th. Naturally, anxiety tried to creep in.
Are people going to show up? Will everyone have a good time? What if someone dies
running in that heat?! As nerve-wracking as it was, I wouldn’t let myself get wrapped up
in the negative. This was about running and having a good time, right? So let’s run and
have a good time!
The worries began to fade away as I stood in front of 10 other runners who came out to
join the first FFFGR. After the (very hot) 6 mile run, we made it to Coney Island (alive)
and celebrated under the fireworks with beer and hot dogs. A couple PPTC’ers even
brought their families along to hang out with us. Sigh of relief… it was a success!
Though we’ve only had one run I believe this will continue to grow and evolve into
a memorable summer event. FFFGR is the product of colliding passions; running,
entertainment, creativity and community. Anyone can start a successful group run,
especially if you can incorporate your own passions into the mix. If you’ve thought about
starting your own group run, I want to encourage you to take a leap of faith, both in
yourself and in our PPTC family to help launch your own idea into action.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who celebrated the inaugural FFFGR,
it wouldn’t have been possible without you: Allison Nickerson, Beverly Walley (NBR),
Colin Dungan (NBR), Frank Deleo, Gary Belcher, Marianne van Ooij, Matt Strawn, Oren
Efrati, Vinny Spiteri and Wallis Finger. You guys are awesome!
To find out more about Free Fireworks Fridays Group Run, visit the Facebook group
page. Hope you can join us for some Coney Island fun this summer!
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:06 PM
• Open: 10 men/10 women (scored by time)
• 40+: 5 men/3 women (scored by time)
• 50+: 3 men/3 women (scored by time)
• 60+: 3 men/3 women (scored by time)
Posted by Michael Ring at 6:02 PM
Monday, April 23, 2012
Cherry Tree 10-Miler
President's Day has come and gone and with it the running of this year's Cherry Tree 10-Miler. Thanks to Mother Nature for the early spring-like weather conditions - if this keeps up, even the most die-hard global warming deniers are going to be demanding that we drop the "race for the hardcore" description from the name, and we'll have to give the volunteers sunscreen instead of handwarmers.
This year's race was - according to most everyone - a resounding success, with an unprecedented 867 individual 10-milers and 138 relay teams competing. In a testament to the growing popularity of the race, we came close to reaching the cap of 1,500 before online registration closed.
With the spotlight on safety in the park, and at the request of the Parks Department, we changed the course a little, moving the start off the main roadway and onto Wellhouse Drive. Thankfully, this was accomplished without too much confusion (everybody not only got but read the memo).
There were plenty of fast times recorded with a close 1-2 finish going to Kieran O'Connor and Michael Cassidy, with times of 52:19 and 52:20 respectively. The women were led by Jane Vongvorachoti in 59:02 and the first relay team was Front Runners United with a collective time of 55:10. A special shout-out to the 88 individual PPTC members who ran, led by Tom Greene for the men in 1:02:03 and Laura Vernikoff for the women with a time of 1:11:42, and the numerous PPTC relay teams with Tony's Angels (you know who you are) posting a time of 1:08:55. Since I value my life, I'll also give special mention to the team anchored by the winner of this year's Harry's Handicap, Bunny Ellerin, who with fellow PPTC member Marcy Greenberg and ringer Shanna Huston posted a very nice 1:31:13.
Our sponsors JackRabbit Sports kindly provided the locations for packet pick-up Thursday through Saturday, whilst Bishop Ford was host to race-day pick-up as well as the post-race refreshments and awards.
Posted by Irene at 11:05 PM
NEW BEDFORD HALF
Douglas Olney 1:45:13
NYRR NY HALF
Mike Goettig 1:25:54
Peter Wohlsen 1:26:27
Keith Williams 1:27:12
Colleen Herbert 1:28:41
Fred Wolodiger 1:38:58
Emily Whitfield 1:39:12
Liesje Hodgson 1:39:22
Colleen Lynch 1:41:03
Marcia Brown 1:42:48
Tony Ellis 1:44:15
Joseph Roeder 1:44:48
Peter Ragonetti 1:45:34
Yves Roger 1:46:00
Gerard Luna 1:46:14
Kathryn Downer 1:50:44
Steve Lastoe 1:51:18
Holly Cohen 1:51:22
Megan Dee 1:51:47
Pamela Corbett 1:57:50
Tyrone Sklaren 1:58:01
Nathan Potter 1:59:14
Heather Howells 2:02:56
Shontay Butler 2:08:26
Liz Gately 2:08:39
Sewall Hodges 2:13:30
Emilia Awarska 2:28:29
Majo Tinoco 2:30:47
NJ SPRING TRAIL SERIES 10k RACE
COOGAN’S SALSA BLUES
& SHAMROCKS 5K
Rusty Singletary 18:03
Keith Williams 18:36
Lynda Mules 20:37
David Chen 20:52
David Simandl 22:14
Miranda Hafford 23:05
David Jones 23:09
Gary Purdy 23:18
Yvetta Barner 23:32
Jennifer Bolstad 23:36
Pauline Shapiro 23:58
David C. James 24:37
Richard Maathey 25:01
Megan Dee 25:12
Megan Gavin 25:18
Michael Koplin 25:52
Ronel Borner 25:51
Alan Federman 27:26
Frances Spangler 27:39
Majo Tinoco 28:13
Regina Chan 28:29
Claudia Foppa Pedretti
MS CLIMB TO THE TOP
Empire State Building 0.45M
Arthur Gonzalez 15:37
NYRR AL GORDON 4M
Mike Goettig 24:33
Nicholas King 25:24
Peter Wohlsen 25:22
Keith Williams 25:36
Thomas Greene 25:55
Greg Nickerson 26:22
Justin Burke 26:44
Bjorn Arntsen 27:25
Vincent Spiteri 27:34
Nicole Importico 27:39
Hugo Quezada 27:53
David Chen 27:57
Lynda Mules 27:59
Andrea Melnikas 28:56
John Randall 29:05
Meghan Cullen 29:17
Joern Ahlers 29:20
Joseph Roeder 29:22
Tom Tobin 29:26
Kathryn Downer 29:28
Charles Olson 29:48
Carly Strelzik Wiessmann
Gary Purdy 30:15
Paul Weinstein 30:16
Jesus Hernandez 30:44
Aditi Naik 30:55
Yves Roger 30:59
Douglas Olney 30:58
Gary Belcher 31:00
Clare Maloney 31:14
Yoshie Niitsuma 31:31
William Laviano 31:33
Erin Fleischauer 31:33
Ted Janger 31:40
Yvetta Barner 31:44
Holly Cohen 31:59
Jennifer Bolstad 32:05
Megan Gavin 32:16
David Jones 32:54
Espy Espinoza 32:59
Richard Maathey 33:11
Liz Gately 33:41
Ken Kramer 33:53
Frances Spangler 34:41
Alan Federman 34:38
Sewall Hodges 35:15
Sidney Cherubin 35:16
Christine Guerra 36:31
Janice Fuld 36:46
Kate George 37:01
Majo Tinoco 37:04
Erin McLachlan 37:25
General Butler 37:50
Jeffrey Powers 37:52
Regina Chan 38:03
Shontay Butler 38:04
Claudia Foppa Pedretti
Traci Lester 39:07
Patricia Perlo 41:01
Emily Rieman 41:08
Tracey Beck 42:34
Lizz Brady 44:24
Janet Gottlieb 44:23
Jin Min Oh 48:02
Rire Nakpodia 49:55
Anne Perzeszty 55:44
PPTC CHERRY TREE 10M
Prospect Park 02/19/2012
Justin Burke 1:10:23
David Chen 1:13:57
Vincent Spiteri 1:15:44
Yves Roger 1:18:29
Yvetta Barner 1:24:26
Bruce Weiner 1:27:50
Michael Koplin 1:34:07
James Israel 1:52:35
COLD FEAT 6.1M TRAIL RACE
BRRC VALENTINE’S 5K
Justin Burke 21:00
Michele McInnes 29:38
LONG BEACH SNOWFLAKE 4M
Mickey Newman 43:20
US XC CHAMPIONSHIPS 5M
EMPIRE STATE BLDG RUNUP 0.2M
Arthur Gonzalez 19:21
NYRR GRIDIRON CLASSIC 4M
Central Park 02/05/2012
Pieter van Hattem
David Chen 27:38
Meghan Cullen 28:42
Jesus Hernandez 29:28
Tom Tobin 30:00
Carly Strelzik Wiessmann
Yvetta Barner 31:08
Ronel Borner 31:06
Stephen Bupp 32:24
Richard Maathey 32:37
Arthur Gonzalez 32:58
Eugene Buerkle 33:25
Edward Filusch 34:57
Sewall Hodges 35:23
Frances Spangler 35:57
Jeannie Im 36:59
Gerald Sun 37:35
Michele McInnes 37:38
John Herbert 39:30
Traci Lester 41:08
Clare Maloney 42:38
James Israel 44:22
BROOKLYN HOT CHOCOLATE 10K
Justin Burke 43:50
Tom Tobin 44:20
Lynda Mules 45:03
Rebecca Gorges 45:07
Erin Fleischauer 50:12
Michele McInnes 59:46
James Israel 1:06:30
NY USATF INDOOR CHAMP 5K
Jennifer Bolstad 23:25
NYRR JOE KLEINERMAN 10K
Wan Park 37:45
Pieter van Hattem
Bjorn Arntsen 45:06
Tom Tobin 45:37
Evan Oakley 46:14
Joseph Roeder 46:27
Gerard Luna 46:35
Jesus Hernandez 47:11
Douglas Olney 47:55
Carly Strelzik Wiessmann
Mark McSherry 49:04
Frank DeLeo 49:08
Meghan Cullen 50:27
Arthur Gonzalez 51:57
Espy Espinoza 53:14
Alan Federman 55:12
Edward Filusch 56:12
Anne Hoffman 56:11
Frances Spangler 58:31
David Jones 1:00:22
Gerald Sun 1:00:35
Sewall Hodges 1:02:47
Michele McInnes 1:04:49
John Herbert 1:05:16
James Israel 1:07:14
Janet Gottlieb 1:12:26
Mark Pendarvis 1:13:03
Anne Perzeszty 1:31:44
HARRY’S HANDICAP 3.35M
Prospect Park 1/1/2012
Anthony Watson 21:17
Tom Tobin 23:17
Yoshie Niitsuma 25:56
Arthur Gonzalez 27:32
Paul Soskind 45:44
ROCKAWAY SANTA SHUFFLE 5K
Geoffrey Vincent 23:50
Arthur Gonzalez 25:18
10 DOLLAR 18K
Arthur Gonzalez 52:31
NYRR TED CORBITT 15K
Thomas Greene 1:00:25
Gary Wang 1:01:10
Anthony Watson 1:02:06
Jesus Hernandez 1:13:29
Jeanne Emhoff 1:16:46
Frank DeLeo 1:16:58
Mark McSherry 1:19:43
Al Prawda 1:20:40
Cezary Klosinski 1:21:23
Meaghan Horner 1:21:51
Francis Pope 1:22:13
Greg Nickerson 1:27:46
Jason Horowitz 1:30:08
Kathleen Schaffer 1:32:41
Jean Hartig 1:36:32
Erin McLachlan 1:41:39
Tracey Beck 1:42:06
Sulay Hernandez 1:49:56
Anne Perzeszty 2:15:53
LATIN MUSIC MIAMI BEACH
HALF MARATHON 12/11/201
1nnifer Bolstad 1:49:39
5M SNOWBALL RUN
James Israel 55:07
NYRR JINGLE BELL JOG 3.7M
Russell Leino 21:18
Rusty Singletary 21:52
Mike Goettig 22:29
Rahmin Pavlovic 22:31
Gary Wang 23:19
Matt Strawn 23:38
Peter Wohlsen 24:18
Adam Sternin 25:05
Hugo Quezada 25:07
Timothy Shields 25:17
Tom Tobin 25:58
John Randall 26:24
David Simandl 26:32
Jean Hartig 26:38
Kathryn Downer 27:11
Yves Roger 27:30
Pauline Shapiro 27:42
Meghan Cullen 28:01
Gary Purdy 28:45
Moira Fitzgerald 28:52
Yoshie Niitsuma 29:00
Francis Pope 29:26
Julia Bettinelli 29:33
Holly Cohen 29:38
Colleen Lynch 29:43
Richard Maathey 30:27
Arthur Gonzalez 30:52
Edward Filsuch 31:48
Sidney Cherubin 33:07
Majo Tinoco 33:05
Denari Purdy 33:30
Sewall Hodges 34:02
Kathleen Schaffer 34:45
Erin McLachlan 34:45
Paula Van De Nes 35:25
Michael Rieman 36:08
Samantha Bloom 36:27
Pamela Corbett 36:27
Irva Niles 37:37
Jessica Bari 37:43
Janet Gottlieb 37:46
Shontay Butler 37:44
General Butler 37:45
Dana Brooks 37:50
Emma Roman 39:40
Zulma Daiello 40:37
Joanna Pressman 42:29
Sulay Hernandez 44:39
Anne Perzeszty 52:17
TRAIL RUN FESTIVAL 10K
Geoffrey Vincent 59:52
HEALTH AWARENESS 3.35M
Tom Tobin 23:48
JOIN THE VOICES 5M
Mike Goettig 29:59
Thomas Greene 30:45
Anthony Watson 31:31
Helen Dole 31:38
Marianne Van Ooij
Andrea Melnikas 34:58
Jean Hartig 35:16
Evan Oakley 35:55
John Randall 36:18
Liesje Hodgson 36:23
Gerard Luna 36:35
Nicole Importico 37:03
Yves Roger 37:23
Meghan Cullen 37:22
Jennifer Bolstad 37:45
Megan Dee 37:50
Yoshie Niitsuma 38:01
Yvetta Barner 39:13
Frank DeLeo 39:30
Stephen Bupp 40:42
Miriam Ehrensaft 44:02
Jason Horowitz 44:10
Edward Filusch 44:25
Sidney Cherubin 44:45
Janice Fuld 44:43
Terry Helms 49:59
Zulma Daiello 50:10
Michele McInnes 50:25
Traci Lester 52:10
Janet Gottlieb 52:20
Anne Perzeszty 1:10:11
Posted by Irene at 10:44 PM