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Five College Realtors 10M (2015 GP Race #1) Members ranked by AG%

Five College Realtors 10M – February 22, 2015 – 2015 GP Race #1
These age-graded results of USATF-NE members utilize the new 2015 tables published by the WMA in late January 2015. There are considerable changes on the women’s side, especially over age 55 and for the 5K and marathon, which will bring down some values by up to 5%. Changes on the men’s side are in the 1% range. Corollary is that open runners will now appear higher in the rankings than the past five years.
Over 350 USATF members competed in this race and a good number of pre-entries did not get to the start due to the weather (and injuries).

At bottom of these results are those non-members scoring over 70%.  If you see someone in that section who you believe is a member, let them know they probably haven’t renewed for 2015.

Plc  Name                  Club                     GunTime   S Age DvPl ChipTime  AG %    AGPl Bib
354  Jan Holmquist         Whirlaway Racing Team     1:21:41  F 70  1     1:21:36  91.45%  1    551
157  William Dixon         Greater Lowell RR         1:05:16  M 67  1     1:05:11  89.14%  2    438
59   Robert Cipriano       Somerville Road Runners     58:48  M 55  1       58:47  87.54%  3    592
225  Susan Hackney         Green Mountain AA         1:11:25  F 58  1     1:11:17  87.13%  4    218
1    Eric Ashe             BAA                         50:34  M 26  1       50:34  87.00%  5    664
2    Ruben Sanca           Whirlaway Racing Team       50:35  M 28  2       50:35  86.99%  6    557
4    Matt Pelletier        UNATTACHED                  51:24  M 35  3       51:24  86.35%  8    729
42   Christopher Lawrence  BAA                         57:43  M 51  1       57:43  86.30%  9    670
11   Christopher Magill    BAA                         54:10  M 42  1       54:10  85.20%  10   673
278  Elizabeth Cooney      Somerville Road Runners   1:15:50  F 60  1     1:15:45  84.38%  11   583
5    Dan Vassallo          Central Mass Striders       52:16  M 29  4       52:16  84.19%  12   321
112  Craig Fram            Whirlaway Racing Team     1:02:01  M 56  2     1:01:58  84.10%  13   568
52   Wayne Levy            BAA                         58:30  M 49  5       58:27  84.00%  14   671
106  Douglas Martyn        Whirlaway Racing Team     1:01:44  M 54  7     1:01:43  83.35%  16   566
40   Joe Shairs            Central Mass Striders       57:36  M 46  2       57:35  83.21%  17   325
79   Charlie Bemis         Whirlaway Racing Team     1:00:22  M 52  3     1:00:20  83.20%  18   564
221  Lisa Zappala          Whirlaway Racing Team     1:11:11  F 54  2     1:11:06  83.09%  19   549
96   Michael Cooney        Whirlaway Racing Team     1:01:05  M 53  5     1:01:02  83.00%  20   718
149  Norm Larson           Green Mountain AA         1:04:31  M 59  6     1:04:29  82.87%  21   257
69   Laura Paulsen         Greater Boston TC           59:35  F 25  1       59:35  82.82%  22   520
92   Daniel Verrington     Central Mass Striders     1:00:54  M 52  4     1:00:52  82.80%  23   329
70   Kerri Leonhardt       Greater Boston TC           59:45  F 25  2       59:42  82.67%  24   172
135  Patrick Stumbras      BAA                       1:04:11  M 57  5     1:04:02  82.51%  25   696
37   Greg Putnam           Central Mass Striders       57:24  M 45  1       57:24  82.48%  26   326
7    Jeffrey Veiga         Team RUN                    53:27  M 24  5       53:27  82.32%  27   734
17   Patrick Rich          Central Mass Striders       54:44  M 38  12      54:44  82.15%  28   366
75   Alexandra Varanka     NB Boston                 1:00:08  F 29  3     1:00:08  82.09%  29   730
8    Aliaksandr Leuchanka  Millennium Running          53:37  M 23  6       53:37  82.07%  30   607
119  Paul Hammond          Whirlaway Racing Team     1:02:50  M 55  3     1:02:46  82.01%  31   567
256  Jacqueline Shakar     Cambridge Sports Union    1:13:28  F 55  2     1:13:24  81.96%  32   310
49   Binney Mitchell       Green Mountain AA           58:19  M 46  4       58:17  81.87%  33   300
138  Christin Doneski      Whirlaway Racing Team     1:04:17  F 43  1     1:04:16  81.87%  34   546
80   Laura Hagley          Millennium Running        1:00:25  F 30  4     1:00:25  81.75%  35   384
77   Alejandro Heuck       Gr Springfield Harriers   1:00:21  M 50  2     1:00:21  81.73%  36   530
9    Jose Ortiz            Whirlaway Racing Team       53:52  M 26  7       53:52  81.68%  37   554
124  Tony Bates            Green Mountain AA         1:03:29  M 55  4     1:03:27  81.64%  38   641
10   Brad Mish             BAA                         53:58  M 27  8       53:58  81.54%  39   697
48   Todd Callaghan        Central Mass Striders       58:12  M 45  3       58:10  81.50%  40   328
44   Joseph Navas          Whirlaway Racing Team       57:50  M 44  3       57:50  81.19%  42   562
93   Elizabeth Ryan        Greater Boston TC         1:00:54  F 24  5     1:00:51  81.10%  43   108
13   Mathew Weissinger     Western Mass Dist Proj      54:16  M 28  9       54:16  81.09%  44   294
94   Nicole Casey          Greater Boston TC         1:00:55  F 29  6     1:00:53  81.06%  45   255
107  Joseph Mcnamara       Green Mountain AA         1:01:49  M 51  8     1:01:47  81.06%  46   371
14   Scott Leslie          Central Mass Striders       54:28  M 33  10      54:28  81.04%  47   322
104  Katie Misuraca        BAA                       1:01:32  F 34  8     1:01:27  80.93%  49   676
58   Jason Porter          BAA                         58:44  M 45  6       58:39  80.72%  51   678
326  Sidney Letendre       Central Mass Striders     1:19:28  F 60  2     1:19:23  80.71%  52   467
16   Drew Best             acidotic RACING             54:39  M 32  11      54:39  80.65%  54   353
97   Scott Anderson        Whirlaway Racing Team     1:01:14  M 50  6     1:01:14  80.58%  55   563
100  Christine Shaw        Millennium Running        1:01:20  F 29  7     1:01:19  80.48%  56   386
193  James Wilson          BAA                       1:08:44  M 62  1     1:08:36  80.45%  57   684
71   Joseph O'leary        Somerville Road Runners     59:53  M 47  7       59:51  80.39%  58   582
105  Meagan Nedlo          Craft Concept Racing      1:01:41  F 32  9     1:01:41  80.26%  59   749
220  Trish Bourne          Greater Lowell RR         1:11:07  F 50  1     1:11:02  79.94%  60   403
122  E J Hrynowski         Greater Lowell RR         1:03:02  M 52  9     1:02:58  79.90%  61   427
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USATF-NE Grand Prix Road Race Series – Public Safety / Weather Emergency Guidelines

Cancellations: A minimum of 24 hours’ notice must be given to the USATF-NE Office and LDR Chairs:

  • If the race director of a scheduled Grand Prix Road Race cancels the race, it will be removed from the series. If the race is postponed and held at another time, it will not be included in the series or scored.
  • If any state governor, public safety officer or other designated emergency personnel of a USATF-NE member state closes the roads, bans travel or otherwise prevents people from a wider geographic area to attend a scheduled Grand Prix Road Race, it will be deemed not a Grand Prix event and not scored even if the race location has no emergency status itself and the race is held.

 

Adjusting start time(s) to accommodate weather/safety situations: A minimum of 36 hours’ notice must be given to the USATF-NE Office and LDR Chairs if time is to be adjusted earlier than originally posted. Delays may be announced on the day of the event.

  • A race director may adjust Grand Prix Road Race start time(s) for the race while keeping it on its scheduled date in the interest of safety and/or weather related situations. The race will be scored as a Grand Prix event.

Recap of the Fourth Annual USATF-NE Awards Banquet

The fourth annual USATF-New England Awards Banquet was held on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Montvale Plaza in Stoneham MA. The evening kicked off with a cocktail hour and passed appetizers, followed by dinner with guest speakers and awards. USATF-NE President Tom Derderian called up a few of Olympic Trials qualifiers from the association for a fun Q&A. And of course the program featured the much-anticipated awards presentation recognizing the Runners, Road Race, Off Road Race, Club and Race Director of the Year for 2014. Special awards also included acknowledgment to some of the top participants and contributors to the association and sport.

The following 2014 Award Winners were announced:

  • Dan Vassallo, Central Mass Striders – Male Runner of the Year
  • Denise Sandahl, Millennium Running – Female Runner of the Year
  • Central Mass Striders – Club of the Year
  • Boston Marathon – Road Race of the Year
  • Loon Mountain Race – Off-Road Race of the Year
  • 24 Hour Ultra Around the Lake – Ultra Race of the Year
  • Glenn Stewart, Baystate Marathon – Race Director of the Year

Congrats to all and thanks to everyone who nominated and voted for candidates! Check out the photos below, courtesy of USATF-NE Treasurer Stephen Peckiconis.

Three of NE's Marathon OT qualifiers had a fun Q&A with President Tom Derderian about what it takes to train and compete at a high level.

Three of NE’s Marathon OT qualifiers had a fun Q&A with President Tom Derderian about what it takes to train and compete at a high level

Female Runner of the Year: Denise Sandahl

Female Runner of the Year: Denise Sandahl

Male Runner of the Year: Dan Vassallo

Male Runner of the Year: Dan Vassallo

2014 Grand Prix Team Award Money

This table is copied from an Excel pivot table created by the Treasurer to generate check amounts to be paid to each club scoring in the 2014 Grand Prix series. (Excel generates the top row numbers in a random order)  It takes all the individual team sections (M/F by Open/40/50/60/70) and sums across them by Club. Looking at the first line for Whirlaway, you will see 600 under the 200 column and 350 under the 350 column. That implies that WRT won three $200 awards and one $350 award. See the GP web pages for the team prize breakdown in each age group.  Total Prize money purse in 2014 is targeted at $8,000.  Ties inflate the total as both teams get the higher amount.

It is offered as just one way of thinking about which club won the Overall team title across all age groups.  You could say that money talks.

 

CLUB 75 100 125 150 175 400 250 200 350 300 50 Total
Whirlaway Racing Team 250 600 350 300 1,500
Central Mass Striders 300 400 250 200 1,150
Somerville Road Runners 125 300 200 300 925
Greater Lowell Road Runners 200 375 300 875
Western Mass Distance Project 175 200 350 725
Gate City Striders 75 300 150 50 575
Greater Boston Track Club 500 500
Millennium Running 400 400
Boston Athletic Association 175 200 375
Green Mountain Athletic Assoc 100 125 150 375
North Shore Striders 100 125 225
SISU Project 125 125
Cambridge Sports Union 100 100
Gr Springfield Harriers 100 100
New England 65+ 50 50
Heartbreak Hill Striders 50 50

 

 

Jenkins & Doneski Excel on All Terrain, Coming Out on Top in First Annual ATR Series

In 2014, USATF-NE launched a new sort of series, the All Terrain Runner (ATR) series. And it’s pretty much what it sounds like; it challenges runners to compete on a variety of terrain – the roads, mountains, trails, cross country courses and the outdoor track.

The series was the brainchild of Eric Narcisi, the 2014 USATF-NE secretary, Whirlaway Racing Team member and web producer over at Level Renner. Following the culmination of this new series, Narcisi feels it was a “huge success,” stating that “I had so many people tell me that they were experiencing different disciplines for the first time.” For instance, the series winner on the women’s side, Christin Doneski, told him that she had never run a track or cross country race before. “Yet because of this series, there she was, in unfamiliar territory but in a familiar position (in front of the pack),” he added. The men’s series champion, Nate Jenkins, is known for his road dominance, said Narcisi, “but there he was back in May trudging the Vermont mud at Sleepy Hollow.” And at the Loon Mountain Race in July, Jenkins went head to head with some of the finest mountain runners not just in the region, but in the nation.

Ultimately, Narcisi said that the series is all about getting people out of their comfort zones and experiencing more of what the association has to offer. “We anticipate many more people stepping out of their comfort zones and putting themselves to the ultimate test in 2015,” he added. “I, for one, can’t wait to line up with the rest of the All Terrain hopefuls this winter on the indoor track to kick off the new series.”

As many runners prepare for the second edition of the ATR series, which will include an indoor track and a snowshoe race, we caught up with the 2014 series champions.

Photo Credit: LevelRenner.com

Photo Credit: LevelRenner.com

 

Jenkins of Central Mass Striders, who made it a goal to win the first annual series and plans to compete again in 2015, said the series was fun and unique, adding that “it is a great way to try and draw together the very varied and often very separate areas of USATF-NE.” While he’s not all that excited about the snowshoe race in the second series, Jenkins admits “that is kind of the point of the series, isn’t it?” Who knows? Maybe he will excel at snowshoeing just like he did at mountain running in 2014, something he doesn’t consider himself the biggest fan of.

Doneski of Whirlaway Racing Team reported that the series pushed her to try new things all while enjoying the company of the series participants, which she described as “a really supportive, genuine group of runners who wanted to race hard but also laugh and have some fun.”  While she wasn’t expecting to win this year and doesn’t expect to win next year either, Doneski shared that she’s in an interesting point in her running career. “My road race PRs are most likely behind me, but I feel I can still get better, stronger and faster in the endurance and adversity-based races: mountains, trails and ultras.” Her ultimate goal is to grow old still running races and pushing herself to try new things and to keep setting new goals.

Both runners had a tough time picking their favorite series race; though the men’s winner enjoyed the mountain and track racing the most. The women’s winner said her initial favorite that comes to mind was Sleepy Hollow. “It’s so hard in so many ways; the course is super challenging (which I love) and the conditions are so unpredictable (2013 was dry and fast and 2014 was very wet and muddy and really tough), and it’s right after Boston,” she said.  “However, I also loved Loon.  Again, it’s a challenging course, but I spent a full year from 2013 to 2014 regretting that I did not run all the way up Upper Walking Boss.  I was looking forward to racing this year and redeeming myself.” Doneski happily reported that she did not walk a single step this year.

Photo Credit: SNAPacidotic

So, where can we expect to see these two competing in 2015? Jenkins shared with us that he has fortunately made some progress in fixing his long-standing coordination issues in his right leg, so his top goal for next year is to continue that progress all the way to a return to the marathon – something he hasn’t done since the World Championships in 2009. His second goal is to run an Olympic Trials Qualifier, with a third goal of achieving a personal record at any distance.  “I haven’t set one since back surgery in early 2011,” he added.  Jenkins’ final two main goals will be to win the ATR series and the USATF- NE Grand Prix.

Doneski currently has her 2015 calendar clear, but knows she’ll be looking to run the USATF-NE Grand Prix as well for Whirlaway, noting those dates will go on the calendar first.  Then she will look to the Mountain Series and the ATR and see how those dates match up with her other races and her family plans.  “And of course there is still that desire to run an ultra, but that might need to wait for my children to need me less and I am in no hurry for that,” she said.

Lastly, Jenkins shared that the ATR series represents something he’d like to see more of from USATF-NE – trying new things. “Will everything be a hit or a win?” he asked. “Heck no, but anything is better than nothing.”

 

Ruben Sanca’s Take on the 2014 Grand Prix

Yesterday, we heard from the USATF-NE Road Racing Grand Prix series female open winner Denise Sandahl of Millennium Running. Today, Whirlaway’s Ruben Sanca shares with us his thoughts on the 2014 series and the role it serves in his overall racing goals.

After joining the Whirlaway Racing Team, Sanca says he developed a new approach on how to meticulously plan his racing schedule so that both his team and individual goals were maximized. “Thankfully, the Grand Prix bid selection committee did a great job in creating opportunities for mutual success,” he said.

While he sat out the 5 miler to recover from a shin injury and decided to opt out of the marathon as he was training for the Twin Cities Marathon instead, looking back at the Grand Prix races he competed in, Sanca reports that “By far, the New Bedford Half Marathon has been my favorite race on the circuit. Dan McCarthy and his staff have done an outstanding job of embedding the race into the culture of the city of New Bedford. From organizational and logistical standpoints, there are very few or almost no noticeable hiccups. Crowd support is amazing and even the city mayor is involved. The welcoming atmosphere in New Bedford is like no other I have seen in local New England races. From year to year, the race is consistently well organized and I personally make a note to run it every year.”

Photo Credit: Jimmy Shelton of Greater Lowell RR

Photo Credit: Jimmy Shelton of Greater Lowell RR

Throughout the series, Sanca says that he was challenged by various teams and individuals. However, the orange singlets from Team RUN kept him on his toes, as he learned to stay mentally composed to confront the unpredictability of that team’s athletes.  And while he hasn’t formalized his 2015 racing plans just yet, the Whirlaway athlete looks forward to seeing the 2015 Grand Prix series, hoping to populate his racing calendar with most of its events, as he states “the blend in race distances creates an intriguing year of racing for any athlete.”

Not too far from taking the open male team title in this year’s series (finishing a close third), Sanca says that Whirlaway is certainly looking to be an improved team and in contention again for the overall title in 2015. Sanca personally looks to maximize his performance in each Grand Prix race next year, even if it means getting an extra point for the team. While he will be racing all distances, his eye is on attaining the Olympic “B” standard in the marathon.

 

* Thank you, Ruben, for participating in the Grand Prix series and sharing your feedback. Best of luck as you work toward your 2015 racing goals!

 

 

Grand Prix 2014 conclusion

Earlier this month, at the Anthem Manchester City Marathon, a USATF-New England Championship, the top two runners apparently missed a turn late in the race and did not finish. Likely because of weather, the sign that had been placed at the turn before the race was not visible at the time the lead runners passed. We applaud the strong performances of the two runners affected–Jason Ayr, from Western Mass Distance Project, and Birhanu Mekonnen, a runner from outside of our Association–as well as that of eventual winner, Dan Vassallo of Central Mass. Striders. Manchester City Marathon has awarded Ayer and Mekonnen each $1,250, an even split of the first and second place prize money. This is in addition to the prize money already awarded to those who finished the race in prize money positions.

A complete list of series standings for teams and individuals is available on the Grand Prix section of our website. In addition, USATF-NE Long Distance Chair persons are looking into establishing additional guidelines for championship races to try to prevent any future mishaps at Championship events. We want to recognize and commend USATF members Jason and Dan for their outstanding sportsmanship throughout Manchester City Marathon’s deliberations.

With the conclusion of the 2014 Grand Prix series, a total of $8,000 in prize money will be distributed soon to teams accruing the highest point totals in their age categories for men and women. Voting will be available soon for the 2015 USATFNE Grand Prix Road Race series and we encourage all members to participate in selecting a great line up of races.

Sincerely,
USATF-NE LDR
Chairs, Lisa Doucett, John Barbour and Jan Holmquist

And the USATF-NE Road Racing Grand Prix Winners Are…

The USATF-NE Road Racing Grand Prix series came to a close in New Hampshire at the City of Manchester Marathon on November

Sandahl (left) picture with her Millennium Running teammates at the Ribfest 5 Miler after she and her team took the individual & team titles in the USATF-NE championship race.

Denise Sandahl (left) pictured with her Millennium Running teammates at the Ribfest 5 Miler after she and her team took the individual & team titles in the USATF-NE championship race.

2. When the points were tallied at the culmination of the seven race series – which included a 10 miler, half marathon, 5 miler, 5k, 15k, 10k and marathon – it was Millennium Running’s Denise Sandahl and Whirlaway’s Ruben Sanca who came out on the top as the overall open winners.

The first-time series winners both competed in five of the seven races – Sandahl coming in 16 points ahead of teammate Jennifer Mortimer and Sanca, beating out second place runner Dan Vassallo of CMS by 18 points. To learn more about their journeys to success and future racing plans, we chatted with the Grand Prix champions.

Today, we’ll hear from the women’s champion. Stay tuned for our interview with the men’s champion tomorrow.

Flashing back to the beginning of the year, Sandahl didn’t think she had a chance to be competitive in the Grand Prix series. It wasn’t until after winning the Ribfest 5 miler that she realized capturing the individual title might be a possibility. And she was right.

While illness and a scheduling conflict prevented her from competing in the entire series, Sandahl says of her five Grand Prix performances, the Ribfest 5 miler was her favorite – where her team took all three podium spots. With Millennial Running managing the event, it was a good feeling for Sandahl and her team to win at home.

Not only did she take the overall series title from an individual perspective, but her team accomplished its goal of winning the open team championship as well. Millennium managed to field teams for six of the seven races, despite being a small team, beating out Whirlaway by nine points. A major contributing factor to their team success, Sandahl says is that many of the women train together regularly and worked with each other during the races.

Sandahl added that it was her own teammates who tended to give her the most competition throughout the series – perhaps leading to their success this year. Looking ahead to 2015, Sandahl says she and her team plan to compete in the Grand Prix series again, looking for the same success.

She also plans to race the Boston Marathon next April. “In my wildest dream, I hope to qualify for the trials,” she said. “A marathon PR is a more realistic goal. As for team goals, In hope to contribute to our continued success.”

Lastly, Sandahl noted, “I’d like to add how grateful I am to my family (especially my husband, Adam, and sons, Caleb and Ian), team and friends for all the support they provide.”

 

* We’d like to thank Denise for taking the time to share her story with us, and we wish her and Millennium Running the best of luck in future races. 

2013 Grand Prix Team Award Money

This table is copied from an Excel pivot table created by the Treasurer to generate check amounts to be paid to each club scoring in the 2013 Grand Prix series. It takes all the individual sections (M/F vs Open/40/50/60/70) and sums across them by Club. Looking at first line for Whirlaway, you will see 450 under the 225 column and 350 under the 175 column. That implies that WRT won two $225 awards and two $175 awards. See the GP web pages for the team prize breakdown in each age group.

It is offered as one way of looking at which club won the Overall team title.  You could say that Money talks.  This is something that is already being done vs calculating a 10-9-8… scoring system (which someone else is welcome to do).

SOON: 2014 Team Award numbers!

CLUB 75 100 125 150 325 375 275 225 175 Total
WHIRLAWAY RACING TEAM 375 275 450 350 1450
CENTRAL MASS STRIDERS 125 325 225 350 1025
GREATER LOWELL ROAD RUNNERS 225 100 250 175 750
BOSTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 150 375 525
CAMBRIDGE SPORTS UNION 150 300 450
TEAM RUN 125 225 350
NEW BALANCE BOSTON 325 325
GREATER BOSTON TRACK CLUB 300 300
SISU PROJECT 275 275
WESTERN MASS DISTANCE PROJ 250 250
GREEN MOUNTAIN AA 75 125 200
GATE CITY STRIDERS 200 200
WINNERS CIRCLE RC 150 150
GR SPRINGFIELD HARRIERS 100 100
SOMERVILLE ROAD RUNNERS 75 75
NORTH SHORE STRIDERS 75 75

Manchester City Marathon (2014 GP Race #7)

Anthem Manchester City Marathon – November 2, 2014 – 2014 GP Race #7
As of Monday, November 4, these are latest results processed from source results available at https://lottery.linmarksports.com/raceresults.aspx?guid=2d92b618-4700-483e-95cb-71dc7c2a16a8.
Included below are all USATF-NE members who are eligible to score points in the Road Racing Grand Prix series or become one of the 75 IronRunners for 2014.

Plc  Name                  Club                     GunTime  S Age DvPlDvPtsNE AG %    AGPl Bib
1    Dan Vassallo          Central Mass Striders    2:31:06  M 29  1   10   Y  82.67%  5    480
2    Jonathan Joyce        Western Mass Dist Proj   2:35:18  M 24  2   9    Y  80.44%  10   242
3    Jesse Regnier         Western Mass Dist Proj   2:36:46  M 27  3   8    Y  79.68%  15   388
4    Jim Johnson           Central Mass Striders    2:36:51  M 37  4   7    Y  80.17%  12   235
5    Louis Saviano         Millennium Running       2:38:24  M 23  5   6    Y  78.86%  17   415
6    Scott Leslie          Central Mass Striders    2:38:59  M 33  6   5    Y  78.57%  18   287
7    Eric Mendoza          Greater Boston TC        2:39:30  M 30  7   4    Y  78.32%  19   321
8    Rob Bond              Greater Boston TC        2:39:40  M 25  8   3    Y  78.24%  20   47 
9    Samuel Fazioli        Whirlaway Racing Team    2:40:37  M 22  9   2    Y  77.79%  21   510
10   Alex Hall             BAA                      2:41:11  M 27  10  1    Y  77.50%  24   201
11   Matthew Germain       SISU Project             2:43:31  M 32  11       Y  76.39%  27   171
12   Kevin Alliette        Whirlaway Racing Team    2:43:44  M 33  12       Y  76.29%  28   512
14   Eric Flaman           Western Mass Dist Proj   2:44:39  M 24  13       Y  75.87%  31   151
15   Daniel Princic        Whirlaway Racing Team    2:45:12  M 35  14       Y  75.62%  34   514
16   Alan Bernier          Central Mass Striders    2:47:50  M 40  1   10   Y  76.41%  26   38 
17   David Gervais         Gate City Striders       2:48:01  M 23  15       Y  74.35%  42   172
18   Joe Lauer             Somerville Road Runners  2:49:00  M 33  16       Y  73.92%  46   279
19   Eric Williams         Whirlaway Racing Team    2:49:55  M 49  1   10   Y  82.05%  7    515
20   Jon Chesto            Greater Boston TC        2:50:01  M 43  2   9    Y  77.58%  23   73 
21   Eric Narcisi          Whirlaway Racing Team    2:50:11  M 34  17       Y  73.40%  49   513
22   Denise Sandahl        Millennium Running       2:51:02  F 34  1   10   Y  80.05%  14   412
23   Martin Tighe          Central Mass Striders    2:52:06  M 56  1   10   Y  86.07%  1    472
24   James Pawlicki        Central Mass Striders    2:53:15  M 40  3   8    Y  73.92%  45   357
25   Nick Taormina         Central Mass Striders    2:53:54  M 42  4   7    Y  74.93%  38   464
27   James Sullivan        Greater Lowell RR        2:56:10  M 29  18       Y  70.91%  63   459
30   Charlie Bemis         Gate City Striders       2:56:47  M 51  1   10   Y  80.26%  11   33 
31   Arthur Besse          Central Mass Striders    2:56:56  M 42  5   6    Y  73.66%  48   39 
32   Anthony Crudale       Greater Boston TC        2:57:18  M 37  19       Y  70.97%  61   100
33   E J Hrynowski         Greater Lowell RR        2:57:34  M 52  2   9    Y  80.09%  13   225
35   Christopher Hamel     Whirlaway Racing Team    2:59:10  M 30  20       Y  69.72%  73   511
37   Keith Eisenman        Somerville Road Runners  3:00:25  M 35  21       Y  69.28%  75   137
38   Scot Dedeo            Somerville Road Runners  3:00:45  M 34  22       Y  69.11%  76   110
39   Gregory Picklesimer   Somerville Road Runners  3:00:46  M 48  2   9    Y  76.00%  30   535
41   Ethan Dionne          Gate City Striders       3:01:09  M 23  23       Y  68.96%  78   118
42   Amanda Wright         SISU Project             3:02:15  F 26  2   9    Y  74.30%  43   498
44   Timothy Morin         Somerville Road Runners  3:04:56  M 31  24       Y  67.55%  90   329
45   Paul Davies           BAA                      3:06:41  M 47  3   8    Y  73.28%  50   106
46   Jim Garcia            Greater Lowell RR        3:07:00  M 56  2   9    Y  79.06%  16   166
47   Colin Loghin          Greater Lowell RR        3:08:51  M 39  25       Y  67.47%  92   293
50   Kris Francis          SISU Project             3:10:23  M 46  4   7    Y  70.95%  62   155
51   Kelsey Allen          Western Mass Dist Proj   3:11:08  F 31  3   8    Y  71.03%  59   13 
52   Douglas Martyn        Whirlaway Racing Team    3:11:56  M 54  3   8    Y  75.82%  32   516
55   Ian Wright            SISU Project             3:12:36  M 28  26       Y  64.86%  113  499
59   Erin Morin            Somerville Road Runners  3:14:42  F 33  4   7    Y  70.07%  71   328
61   John Singelais        Gate City Striders       3:16:11  M 55  3   8    Y  74.65%  41   434
64   Brandyn Naro          Gate City Striders       3:16:20  M 27  27       Y  63.62%  126  337
65   Michael Girouard      Greater Lowell RR        3:16:54  M 44  6   5    Y  67.74%  87   176
66   Emmet Clifford        Gate City Striders       3:17:29  M 45  5   6    Y  67.64%  89   80 
67   Craig Fram            Whirlaway Racing Team    3:17:35  M 56  4   7    Y  74.67%  39   518
70   Joshua Grzegorzewski  Somerville Road Runners  3:18:57  M 39  28       Y  64.06%  121  199
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