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The weather was fairly reasonable for this perrenial event. The third oldest race in Connecticut, the 48th Annual New Milford 8-Mile Road Race and the 13th Annual Fair Days 5K, had a great turnout and some notable performances. Kevin Bourghan and Morgan Meaney took the 5K honors. Mengistu Nebsi of New York and Annmarie Tuxbury from New Harford took top billing in the 8-Miler.
Thank you to the New Milford Parks and Recreation Department, the sponsors, volunteers, spectators, and runners. Results are posted!
It was overcast, calm, and the temperature was fairly low at 71 degrees. The humidity was oppressive. Brandon LeClair took it out from the beginning. Noone went with him and he never looked back. Alyssa Cole made the trek up from Woodbury and she lead the women by a wide margin. Tip of the hat to John Minervino with a strong third place finish at 51 years of age. The kids race was a hoot.
Many Thanks to the sponsors, organizers, spectators, volunteers, and runners. Results for the Canaan Road Race are posted!
Beat the heat. The Canaan 5-Mile Road Race starts at 9:00 AM tomorrow at the Lawrence Field Pavilion. Well-marked, certified course with 3 water tables, and prompt, accurate results. See you there!
A hidden gem. Just ten minutes from downtown Norfolk, CT is the town of New Marlborough, MA. New Marlborough is seperated into 5 hamlets: New Marlborough Center, Clayton, Mill River, Hartsville, and Southfield. Not too far off route 272, tucked up in the Berkshire foothills is a YMCA Camp named Wa WA Segowea in the section of Southfield. This is the ideal setting for a 7K trail run around a mountain pond with 38 different types of obstacles to conquer. It was Alex Hill that lead the way along with Paula Brunetto for the women. The team competition was strong: Wellness Squad took first place, Crossfit Torrington was second, and Muddy Buddies third. Congratulations to all the runners and many thanks to the sponsors, the organizers, and the spectators. Results for the 4th Annual WYLD Obstacle Run are posted.
Jeffrey Schuman, 58, from Salisbury , Vermont, made it look easy. Results are posted.
Results are posted for the 5th Annual Jewell 5K Trail-Road Run/Walk.
Tomorrow is the Sharon Sprint Triathlon. The race starts at 8:00 AM at the Sharon Town Beach located at 242 Mudge Pond Rd. in Sharon. The swim is .5-miles, bike is 12.1-miles, and the run is 4.1-miles. It's going to be great weather tomorrow morning and you can't find a more affordable ($55) triathlon in New England. Check it out!
The weather was perfect: cool, dry, and calm. Last year's champion, and perrenial favorite, William Sanders was looking for his 6th victory in a row! Instead, he would have to settle for what appears to be the third fastest time on the 10K course. Sanders shaved off 49 seconds from last year and his effort managed to prod Chris Zablocki to a new course record!
Zablocki took down one of the toughest records for a 10K set by Sergio Ribeiro in 2003. It also took twelve years for the women's record to fall. Last year's champion, Sara Belles took 52 seconds off of her time from 2014 and broke Alison Kane's time from 2003! Fantastic!!! Results for the 9th Annual Strides to Cure Diabetes 10K, presented by the Brookfield Lions Club, are posted.
There was a good turnout for the 2nd Annual Wheels & Heels 5K. The local boy makes good. Joe Schippani ran steady splits on the flat, certified, course to establish the course record. There was a slight increase in registrations from last year and as the word gets out, I believe this race will be very popular. The course was about 130 meters long in 2014. This has potential for sub 15 minutes. Sierra Thibault didn't have time to ease up while Caitlin Rossi was hot on her tail. An outstanding run by 70-year old, Bob Ward for 5th place overall!. Results are posted.
This Saturday, June 6th, is the Wheels and Heels 5K Road Race in Harwinton, CT. There are only 4 measured and certified courses in Harwinton: The Harwinton 10K, the Hoe Down 10K, the Firecracker Mile, and the Wheels and Heels 5K(CT14036JHP). This 5K runs along the bank of the Naugatuck River on Valley Road in the Campville section of Harwinton. It's fairly straight out and back and fairly track flat. Chip timing with Gun and Net Times. The race starts at 1:00 PM in recognition and support for Connecticut's Parks and Hiking Trails Day. It's a great layout and the easiest 5K in Litchfield County...Check out the race application.
Premier events are always fun. The Falls Village Day Care Center 5K in May was no exception. It opened with a 1.5-Mile Kids Fun Run and managed to avoid the threat of serious thunderstorms. It was a 9 Year-old that lead the way.
This was Tyler Schumacher's first official victory. He was a little disappointed that he didn't break 20 minutes, but the glory that comes with a win will soon was the disappointment away. Something tells me that we haven't seen the last of Tyler.
Congratulation to Hilda Heck; taking the women's victory. Congratulations to all the runners and walkers and many thanks to the sponsors, the spectators, the volunteers, and the organizers. Results are posted!
Top four all under 18 minutes. Ryan Dacey returns to defend his title and his record. Karim Mabrouk had other plans.
Mabrouk sets new record while Nicole Demers takes the women's victory just a few seconds shy of a new record. Getting a little warm out there. Results for the Dash & Bash 5K are posted!
A fine turnout for this annual staple. The race was moved up a month in an effort to avoid the heat...Nathan Haggerty was cool and comfortable and so was Maura Burns. Congratulations to all the runners and walkers, Thank you to the sponsors, volunteers and race organizers. Results for the UTC Aerospace Systems 5K Run/2K Walk for the United Way are posted!
Happy Memorial Day!
The Norfolk 5-Miler saw a respectable turnout under rising humidity. The weather in Norfolk has been worse. It was unfortunate to see a runner collapse with yards of the finish. Reports are that he is doing well. Scott Shaw did well. Last year's champion, Brandon LeClair battled through the early miles, but Shaw was able to gradually pull away and establish a new record.
Results for the 37th Annual Memorial Day 5-Mile Road Race at Norfolk, Connecticut, are posted!
It was a good turnout in Bloomfield early this morning for the Bloomfield Leisure Services Memorial Day 5K. There was a slight mishap as the first three runners mistakenly took a shorter route. At the time they did have a respectable lead. Many thanks to the people of Bloomfield, and to the Mayor, who started the race. Results are posted!
Another fantastic turnout on this Memorial Day weekend. In 2014, Tyson Deloy finished 2nd. Deloy was not to be denied in 2015. He had his hands full with Joshua Adams and Bruce Christenson only a few seconds behind. For Adams, the last time he finished 2nd here was in 2010. Since then he has won this race three times. A great race from Kate Paddon. The 53 year-old lead all the women with an 11th place overall finish. Congratulations to all the runners, and thank you to the many spectators that lined the course, the volunteers, organizers, and sponsors. Results for the 14th Annual Race Around the Lake 3.5 Mile Run Around West Hill Pond are posted!
Not only did Oliver win, he broke the record by 1:21! It was a beautiful morning for a run in the country. The Runners and Walkers in Support of Education 5K had a record turnout. Congratulations to all the runners, and thank you to the many volunteers, spectators, organizers, and sponsors. Results are posted!
Rising temperatures didn't keep the runners from rising to the top. The top two masters, Patrick McCue and Kenneth Berardi battled all the way to the last quarter mile. McCue was able to pull ahead for the win with 52 year-old, olympic trials marathoner, Mary-Lynn Currier finishing in third place overall! It looks like Currier has made a full recovery after running a fine performance for the 2015 Boston Marathon.
Results for the 5th Annual Shine On 5K are posted!
The rains stopped, the air was clean, the sun started to shine, and the runners ran. This was a first year event put on as an eagle scout project. Race Director, Dylan Shiland did a fantastic job as a first-time race director. Shiland worked hard to make the race a success and to raise funds for Matthew's Hearts of Hope. Joe Beatty established the course record while Deirder Fitzpatrick finished third overall, just ahead of Elena Ariola, to establish the women's/ female masters record. Congratulations to all the participants. Results for the Dylan Shiland & Matthew's Hearts of Hope 5K are posted!
This Saturday is the Eagle Scout & Matthew's Hearts of Hope 5K in Sherman. The race starts at 9:30 and features a scenic course around the village. Check it out.
Pick your poison. There's a bunch of new race registration forms located on our Race Application page!
A fine turnout on a damp and misty morning. The ESPN crew know how to host an event. Scott Rodilitz made it look easy as he smashed the record set by James McGovern in 2013. Many thanks to Mike, Shannon, all the volunteers, the spectators, runners, and ESPN. Results for the 4th Annual ESPN 5K Run/Walk are posted.
Opening ceremonies at the 7th Annual Barkhamsted River Run 5K are as much fun as the race. Hats off to 25-year old, Anthony Douaihy as he coasted to victory over 52-year old, Ken Clark. 47- Year-old, Kathleen Shaw finished third overall with a great race. Results for the 7th Annual Barkhamsted River Run 5K are posted.
Another great day for running. For years, The Terryville Road Race has been a staple in road racing. For a few years, the race was held at the Terryville Fairgrounds, where it was a State Championship. The current location, Lake Winfield, offers a picturesque setting and great views of the runners as they finsh from around the lake.
Defending Champion, C.J. Fusco, ran slightly faster this year, despite a slightly longer course.
Thank you to the sponosr, the spectators, the volunteers, the runners, and the Rotary Club of Terryville. Results for the 20th Annual Edmund Ganem Memorial 5K Road Race are posted!
What a gorgeous morning for a classic 5-mile road race... Amos Sang had nearly a 100 meter lead after 400 meters. He never let up. Sang set a new course record on a certified course. He broke a record that I thought would stand for several more years. William Sanders had set the course record in 2011 with a 24:59; breaking Marc Robaczynski's 2001 time of 25:37. Sang shatters and take home the dough!
Thank you to all the supporters of this fine event. The Sharon Day Care Center appreciates your help. The results for the 30th Annual Sharon Classic 5-Mile Road Race are posted.
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