Boston University Indoor Mini Meet 1 - info/results - 12/08/18
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Kristen was the 8th woman overall and Megan took 9th place.
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At the Gobble gobble gobble 4M, Franny Vignola ran a Brian Donaghy placed 3rdin his AG with a time of We also had strong performances from Daniela Alvarado Our men placed first thanks to Jeffrey Zawadzki 4: In the Open Women division, our women placed first thanks to Kate Snider In the Open Men division, our guys placed second thanks to Philip Young Kristen Beren ran a PR of Our men came in sixth. They were led by Jordan Rose Thank you Jessica Chichester 2: Congrats to Hugh Parker 2: All the people listed above placed in the top for their gender!
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In total, 42 Whippets ran a BQ last Sunday. Special congrats on their To all of you who ran the You guys were truly amazing! Brittany Haynes was the leader, finishing in We had a strong bunch of Whippets representing us at the Marine Corps Marathon!
For the women, Jerlyn Thomas came in first Budweiser — 7: For the men, Evan Cooper took first place Budweiser — 6: Official results can be found here: Stay tuned for a race recap! He was just a few seconds off his PR, which he set just seven days before in Chicago!
She was followed by Emmi Aguillard 1: Our men placed third led by David Roeske 1: The women were led by Kim Martineau 1: For the men, David Roeske came in first with a 1: For the Masters, our women came in first once again thanks to Kim Martineau 1: The Masters men were 5th and were led by Chris Dawes 1: Molly McEwan ran a PR of 1: Our women placed third led by Francesca DeLucia 1: Our men had outstanding performances as well, placing fifth.
David Roeske was first with a Our men came in fifth led by Chris Dawes Jessica Chichester was first with a 2: Tiffany Golden-Stone was third with a 2: Caitlin Williamson placed 5th in her AG with a 2: For the men, Justin Anderson placed fifth in his age group with a 1: Chris placed second overall with a 1: Jennifer Hom ran a 1: Jordan Rose was 4th place in the Morgantown Marathon in 2: Top five women were: Moses Ahmadi ran the half and finished in 1: Hugh Parker was third in the Hamptons Half in what turned out to be a tempo run in 1: Philipp, Brigette Kolson, and Bob Parsons were all top ten in their age group.
Please see the results of the road race here! Garrett Burger ran Jeremy Shingleton finished 5th in his age group. Tessa Benau and Brigette Kolson both broke Daniela Alvarado had a 60 second PR as well.
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Hugh Park won the Chilmark Road Race 5k in Our masters women also performed well, placing 3rd and staying tied at the top of the masters standings. A solid 13 men broke Scott Batten started off, running meters in Elizabeth Laseter ran the fastest outdoor track time in team history in 5: Matt Wong and Terry McGovern ran the mile in 4: The women were led by Emmi Aguillard and Francesca Delucia, who each ran under Laura Huselton, Jesse Baldwin-Philippi, and Kim Martineau rounded out the top five women on the team and led 9 women under 7: Patricia Choux, Jen Herring, and newcomer Laura Stephen also placed in the top ten in their age groups!
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The men were led by Skyler Mosenthal in In total, ten men ran under 6: The women were led by Kim Martineau Next was Maria Quiroga finishing in New York City Marathon — Nov 1 Descent weather for the marathon and no howling 40mph gusts this year!
First home was Max Jahn in an impressive 2: Next up was Liza Howard PRing and going sub Liza had a very impressive stat sheet finishing 21st overall female and 1st New Yorker — fantastic achievement, Liza! Ana Johnson ran a strong race but a calf injury midway through the race caused some derailment.
That said, Ana still ran a 2: Malcolm Gray Ran comfortably under 3: Next up was Steve Wagshal crossing the line in 3: Steve is now has a lifetime guarantee for all future NYC marathon races — Congrats and nice race! Laura Kirk was close behind finishing in 3: Melodie Fratt finished strongly in 3: Denise Peterson just missed out on sub 3: Eliza Golden ran a solid 3: Dash to the Finish Line 5k — Oct 31 Andrew Pitts is still a few weeks away from hitting top gear but put away a strong performance finishing in Melissa Ackermann, finishing 2nd in her AG came home in Next up was Morgan Smith in Daniel Torras was the sixth Hound home in Adam Mulia ran a strong race as he looks to rediscover his top racing gears.
Great job on 12th overall and winning his AG in Morgan Smith had another solid race finishing PRing Courtney Buckley who is just coming off an injury had a great day with a finish of Staten Island Half — Oct 11 A slight adjustment to the SI half course this year, though those steep and challenging inclines remain.
First over the finish line was Charles Hansford slaying his PR by over 7mins for 1: Charles set a 1min PR in May this year and to slash this amount off his PR in 5 months is incredible — hat tip! Next up was Sharon Caspi who is in PR shape, but a tough couple of weeks leading up to this race was enough to just miss a PR.BU Mini Meet #1 - 200m (Section 1)
A very strong race though with a 1: Morgan smith for next to finish in 1: Chicago Marathon — Oct 11 Tony Scott ran a solid first half but the disruption to the high mileage weeks in the 2 months prior to race day showed in the second half of the race. Not the race that Tony had in mind but still managed to squeak under 3hrs with 2: First home for the team was Max Jahn, putting down his fastest race yet in CP in 1: Liza Howard continues to get faster finishing 3rd overall and hitting sub Ana Johnson threw it down and ran an amazing race too for 1: Kelly De Csepel was next to finish strongly in 1: Laura Kirk came home next finishing her fastest half since in 1: Another PR, this time for Steve Wagshal chipping 7secs of his previous best with a 1: Ann Powers rounded was next in a 1: Next up was Denise Peterson in 1: Eliza Golden came home next finishing strongly for a 5sec PR for 1: There were also solid runs from Christina Bilsky finished in 1: Bronx mile — Sep 27 Fantastic weather for this fast course today!
First up was Charles Hansford in 1: Next up was Morgan Smith in 1: Steve Wagshal clocked 2: Eliza Golden finished in 2: Next up was Cynthia Martinez with a huge 37sec PR for 5: Melodie Fratt was next to cross the line in 6: Tremendous effort and so close to cracking the 2hr barrier!
Tony was shifting for the first 10miles besting his 10k, 15k, and 10 mile PRs before coming unstuck in a 1. France Run 8k — Aug 29 Eric Weldzius continues his good form finishing in Ana Johnson was next winning her AG in Next up was Eliza Golden in Harley Hanrahan was next across the line in First in was Tony Scott with a 29sec PR for Next up was Maria Quiroga with a strong race in Unfortunately for Maria, she had to stop during the race to tie her shoelaces twice, otherwise it would have been a PR.
Morgan Smith finished next in Rosemary Mulia was next in crossing the line in First home was Liza Howard in Laura Kirk came in next in Cynthia Martinez continued her good form with a whopping 2min PR for It was a tough day for Kelly De Csepel with bad cramp coming home in Melodie Fratt then crossed the line in Next up with a 2: Tamara Hoover then finished in Max Jahn was next up dipping under 30min in Eric Weldzius was next across the line in Edwin Chao hit a PR with a Jo Di Flumeri ran this as part of a long run and crossed the finish in Next up was Joe Pomianowski in Eliza Golden crossed the line in Strong running from Bonnie Averbuch with a Next up was Denise Peterson in Queens 10k — June 21 It was predicted to be a morning of thunder and lightning with a heavy downpour.
This resulted in the start time being moved an hour later so it ended up being a very humid experience for those that raced.