2001 Canton Fall Classic
Canton, MA, October 28, 2001
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   18 Will Kadunc            42  49 M Hyannis         MA   41:52  6:45
   48 Peter Wallan          453  59   Sharon          MA   47:45  7:41
   63 Robert Kadunc          41  34 M Hyannis         MA   48:50  7:52


CompassBank Cape Cod Marathon & Dunkin' Donuts Marathon Relay
Falmouth, MA, October 28, 2001
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   13   8/137  M4049 2:39:22  6:05 Ken Gartner              41 M Falmouth MA         15 FTC       
   49  27/262  M1439 3:03:01  7:00 Adam S. Polakowski       33 M West Yarmouth MA    56 CCAC      
  177  19/81   M5059 3:30:45  8:03 Gene Cormier             53 M South Dennis MA    609 CCAC      
  222  25/81   M5059 3:37:37  8:19 Christopher Ryan         54 M Monument Beach MA  753 CCAC      
  233   1/18   M6069 3:38:34  8:21 Pete Stringer            60 M Osterville MA       97 CCAC      
  240  28/81   M5059 3:39:18  8:23 Clarence R. Eckerson     51 M Yarmouthport MA    636 CCAC      
  733  13/18   M6069 4:54:30 11:15 Joe Curley               63 M Marlboro MA        726 TVFR    Y 


Harry "The Hat" Road Race
Wareham to Marion, MA, October 28, 2001
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   90  10/16   F4049   54:19   8:45 JOANNE CORSANO         47 F    64 POCASSET MA

Mayors Cup
Boston, MA, October 28, 2001
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  261 237/273  M0139   30:06  6:06 MIKE MERRILL            24    80 NE    BOSTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION


Mystic Places Marathon
East Lyme, CT, October 28, 2001
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 192 SELLARS        MICHAEL     MASHPEE         MA 43 M4049  60/274 3:24:59.8 3:24:59.8   974 


Khoury's 4.13M
Somerville, MA, October 25, 2001
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Steve Vaitones          Waltham, MA        31:17


13th Annual Baystate Marathon & Half Marathon
Tyngsboro, MA, October 21, 2001
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  117 KAREN ZUNTI           1040   1/51  F3034 S YARMOUTH MA    3:20:18*  7:39 3:20:04*
  237 WILHELM KADUNC         606  37/88  M4549 HYANNIS MA       3:37:18   8:18 3:36:41
  311 GEORGE JOHNSON         256   6/18  M5559 MANOMET MA       3:45:35   8:37 3:45:13
  434 ROBERT SMITH           436  29/42  M5054 NEWTON MA        3:58:48   9:07 3:58:13


19th Annual Boston Firefighters 10K Road Race
Dorchester, MA, October 21, 2001
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 238   49:27  7:59   28 50-59  203 M   422 Tom Scott                   Pembroke,MA          FTC
 701   63:47 10:17   12 60-69  477 M   386 Wes Chadbourne              Plympton,MA          CCAC
 719   65:09 10:30  147 40-49  487 M   974 Gregory Ernst               N Weymouth,MA


Brittany Lambert Memorial Black Cat Classic 5k
Duxbury, MA, October 21, 2001
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   68   4/101  F4099   23:23  7:32 KATHLEEN RICHARDS      48 F   368 BOSTON MA


Peterborough Harvest Classic 5K
Peterborough, NH, October 21, 2001
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    7   82 DUSTIN BAKER        FITCHBURG    MA M3039   17:54  5:44


Great Pumpkin Classic 4M
Trumbull, CT, October 21, 2001
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  185 Jane Zee-Zoufaly       43 F Bethany         CT  12/72     30:49  7:43 


42nd Annual Catholic Memorial Invitational
Franklin Park, Boston, MA, October 20, 2001
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   3   794 Monahan, Colby            Dennis-Yarmouth              16:32.2      


Khoury's 4.13M
Somerville, MA, October 18, 2001
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Steve Vaitones          Waltham, MA        31:39


"Edaville Express" The Great Train Run
South Carver, MA, October 14, 2001
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  156 DENNIS HANLON         670                E SANDWICH MA        58:32 11:43


B.A.A. Half Marathon
Boston, MA, October 14, 2001
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   77   1/27   M6069 WILLIAM RILEY          65 M  3256 MARSTONS MILLS MA       1:26:59  6:39 1:27:02* BAA
  290  20/154  M5059 CLARENCE ECKERSON      51 M  2075 YARMOUTHPORT MA         1:38:03  7:29 1:38:39  CCAC
  526  53/500  F3039 NATALIE SHEA           31 F  3162 CENTERVILLE MA          1:44:49  8:00 1:44:55  CCAC
  541  37/154  M5059 THOMAS NALLY           52 M  2572 S. DENNIS MA            1:45:18  8:02 1:45:22  CCAC
  666  28/254  F4049 TESS WATTS             44 F  2976 NORTH CHATHAM MA        1:46:25  8:07 1:47:39  CCAC
  780   5/56   F5059 JANET JORDAN           52 F  1793 SANDWICH MA             1:49:09  8:20 1:49:57  CCAC
 1064   8/56   F5059 PATRICIA NALLY         50 F  2571 S. DENNIS MA            1:54:31  8:45 1:54:40
 1100  81/154  M5059 BRIAN KELLY            58 M  1708 SANDWICH MA             1:54:18  8:44 1:55:06  CCAC
 1352  10/27   M6069 BILL NOUN              67 M  3075 EAST WALPOLE MA         1:58:23  9:02 1:58:43
 1518 105/154  M5059 RICHARD CONNOR         56 M   602 EAST SANDWICH MA        2:00:05  9:10 2:01:23  FTC
 2144 413/500  F3039 JANET RADZIEWICZ       39 F  2627 SOUTH YARMOUTH MA       2:13:51 10:13 2:14:58  CCAC
 2157  20/27   M6069 BERNIE SWANSEY         67 M  2737 SOUTH YARMOUTH MA       2:14:33 10:16 2:15:26  CCAC
 2287 212/254  F4049 JANE LOVELETTE         48 F  2631 YARMOUTHPORT MA         2:18:52 10:36 2:19:58  CCAC
 2418  44/56   F5059 JOANNE CREEL           52 F  2077 YARMOUTHPORT MA         2:28:33 11:20 2:30:03  CCAC
 2516 154/154  M5059 JOHN IAPPINI           57 M    68 JAMAICA PLAIN MA        2:57:40 13:34 2:58:59


Lawrence Vietnam Memorial Race
Lawrence, MA, October 14, 2001
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   60 STEVE RABBITO          20 N READING       M5059   31:54  7:59


Run for Help
Brewster, MA, October 14, 2001
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   1   17:47  5:44    1 40-49    1 M   187 Barry Merrill               Centerville,MA
   2   18:01  5:49    1 30-39    2 M   161 Geof Newton                 Brewster,MA
   3   19:06  6:10    2 30-39    3 M   206 Mike Herlihy                Brewster,MA
   7   21:17  6:52    2 40-49    7 M   191 Skip Michaelson             Centerville,MA
  12   22:01  7:06    2 30-39    3 F   166 Kate Naples                 E Sandwich,MA
  14   22:12  7:10    2 40-49    5 F    79 Kathleen Thomas             Mashpee,MA
  24   23:52  7:42    1 50-98    7 F   169 Marilyn Baker               Hyannis,MA
  25   23:55  7:43    3 40-49    8 F   165 Judy Fenner                 Brewster,MA
  27   24:10  7:48    5 40-49   10 F    20 Judy Johnson                Dennisport,MA
  41   25:36  8:15    7 40-49   17 F    84 Kathleen Field              Sandwich,MA
  64   28:34  9:13   11 40-49   33 M    75 Mark Hammett                S Dennis,MA
  88   33:01 10:39    2 50-98   52 F   193 Lucy Duffy                  Brewster,MA
 142   55:10 17:48   13 50-98   50 M   142 Larry Hansen                Brewster,MA


Save The Children 5K
Westport, CT, October 14, 2001
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57    Jane Zee-Zoufaly        Bethany  CT         43     3 F 40-49        23:05    7:27/M


Bridges 4 Friendship
Portsmouth, NH, October 13, 2001
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    9   1/21   M5059   39:43   6:24 DUKE HUTCHINSON        54 M   202 WATERTOWN MA


Greater Hartford Marathon/Half Marathon/Huck Finn 5k
Hartford, CT, October 13, 2001
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   79   3/11   M6064   21:11   6:50 BILL MASTERSON         63 M  7608 CENTERVILLE MA


St. Pius V School Fifth Annual 5K Run/Walk
Providence, RI, October 13, 2001
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  104 ERNST GREG          148 42 M N WEYMOUTH      MA          30:56  9:57 


Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women
Boston, MA, October 8, 2001
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   98    2/387  F5059   42:17  6:49   42:20* CATHY KLIM             52 F  7108 CUMMAQUID MA
  266  103/1574 F3039   46:35  7:30   46:37  NATALIE SHEA           31 F  6363 CENTERVILLE MA
 3406  698/1061 F4049 1:02:15 10:02 1:05:04  JACKIE BROWNE          41 F  1116 SANDWICH MA
 3959  210/387  F5059 1:06:14 10:40 1:08:29  JOANNE CREEL           52 F  1659 YARMOUTHPORT MA


Brooks Pharmacy Ocean State Marathon
Warwick to Providence, RI, October 8, 2001
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  641  20/24   M5559 4:42:48 10:48 4:42:48  GEORGE GRAEBER         59 M  1091 NORTH CHATHAM MA


Cape Cod Hospital Run
Hyannis, MA, October 7, 2001
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   1   16:40  5:23    1 40-49    1 M   202 Ken Gartner
   6   18:42  6:02    2 40-49    6 M   127 Michael Sellars             Mashpee,MA
   7   18:44  6:03    3 40-49    7 M   169 Francis Guido
   8   19:19  6:14    4 30-39    8 M   253 Vincent Smith
  24   21:14  6:51    1 60-98   22 M   228 Bill Masterson
  31   21:58  7:05    3 50-59   28 M   199 David Baker
  38   22:22  7:13    2 40-49    5 F   144 Kathleen Thomas             Mashpee,MA
  43   22:41  7:19   10 40-49   37 M   115 Dwight Pfundstein           Mashpee,MA
  51   23:17  7:31    5 40-49    9 F   138 Judy Stacy-Johnson          Dennisport,MA
  54   23:48  7:41    1 50-59   12 F   213 Marilyn Baker
  56   23:57  7:44    2 50-59   13 F   108 Pat Nally                   S Dennis,MA
  65   24:35  7:56    9 40-49   18 F    47 Kathleen Field              Sandwich,MA
 109   27:19  8:49    1 60-98   43 F   178 Martha Edwards
 154   30:59 10:00    7 60-98   81 M    16 Alan Cavanagh               W Yarmouth,MA
 157   31:11 10:04    6 50-59   74 F    20 Joanne Creel                Yarmouthport,MA


Leaf Peepers Half-Marathon and 5K
Waterbury, VT, October 7, 2001
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   35   3/39   M5059 1:28:06   6:44 KEVIN PETROVEK         50 M   457 MONTPELIER VT


Sportshoe Center Maine Marathon, Relay , & Half Marathon
Portland, ME, October 7, 2001
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  475 DAVID LAFLECHE         602  57/76  M4044 STURBRIDGE         MA 4:24:59  10:07 4:24:11


Sportshoe Center Maine Marathon, Relay , & Half Marathon
Portland, ME, October 7, 2001
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   91 DUSTIN BAKER          1883  14/69  M3034 FITCHBURG          MA 1:34:21  7:12 1:33:07


Bay State Invitational - HS XC - Boys
Franklin Park, Boston , MA, October 6, 2001
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  13   462 Colby Monahan             Dennis-Yarmouth             16:37.05    10


Homeless Coalition 5K Road Race
Somerville, MA, October 6, 2001
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  147 KATHLEEN RICHARDS     2/25   F4049 BOSTON MA            438               23:47  7:39


Applefest Half Marathon
Hollis, NH, October 6, 2001
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  424   6/12   M6064 1:57:55   9:00 JOE CURLEY             63 M   406 MARLBORO MA


Warner Fall Foliage Festival 5 Mile
Warner, NH, October 6, 2001
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  15   2/4    M5059   35:47  7:10 JACK KLIM              52 M   307 CUMMAQUID MA
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    It was interesting to read Naoko Takahashi’s eight 5K split times on her way to the first women’s sub-2:20 marathon in Berlin Sunday. Talk about an evenly-paced marathon — the difference between her slowest (first) 3.1 mile checkpoint and her fastest leg (last), was but 23 seconds. Wow. And that little difference can often be explained by a mere topographical change in the course. Or a head wind, for that matter. I’ll bet Adam (Mr. Negative Splits) Polakowski really can appreciate this. He’s the very best when it comes to understanding pace.

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    I loved seeing Janet Jordan stretch out her previous longest ultra Sunday by 19 miles, as she successfully completed the Vermont 50 mile trail run. Brian did the same course by mountain bike, and now the campaign begins to see if I can get Janet to attempt the Vermont 100 next summer, now that we have “the night-time pathfinder” Brian in the fold to lend his noble light as pacer over the last 32 miles. (allowed in Vermont 100, though you have to leave bicycle at home for that one).

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    The high school cross-country season takes on an extra twist when half your friends are coaching the various teams. Paul Fendler coaches Cape Cod Academy, Kevin directs Sturgis, Don Bates coaches Harwich, Don Smith leads Barnstable, Brian Corrigan is at the helm for Mashpee, and Jim Hoar trains D-Y. The one and only Melissa Sherman has left for Boston College, but we can still enjoy Jeff Way, Eric Critzer (son of 100-miler Judy), and Eric Burgess duking it out. And the latter two are only juniors, so there is much more to come.

**

    I recommend the book “Racing the Antelope” by Bernd Heinrich for all you naturalists out there. Heinrich is a legendary record holding ultrarunner who has combined his study of some of the amazing endurance feats of other species with his own 100 kilometer running. Heinrich is a professor at the University of Vermont who I met through another good marathoner who teaches there, Ralph Swenson.

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    George Eliot wrote: “If a man is not willing to attempt to go to the utmost reaches of his perimeters, then how is he ever to discover just how very far he might go?” I like that. The ultra Grand Slam awaits. Cruel, patient, exacting and inscrutable perhaps, but next year, if I just play it just right… Hope does spring eternal.

See you on the trails,

Pete

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by Joe Weinberger

Another successful club year has come and gone.  With the upcoming elections on Nov. 7th, I have decided not to run for president.  I have served as your president for a total of 4 years which just so happens to be the longest anyone has held the position.  After completing my first two years, I declined to run and Sean Doherty stepped up and served admirably for one year.  Since Sean chose not to continue, I again was elected for two more years.  It’s now time for me to move on and make way for a new leader who has a passion for running and the club.

In 1996, Joe Barr and I decided to run for club president and VP.  After being elected, we agreed to be Co-presidents and share the responsibility, work and the fun of running the clubs activities.

We were full of ideas and energy.  We wanted to renew the club spirit.  To make the club open to all athletes of all abilities and have fun doing it.  To bring the club’s finances up from the low point they were at.  To create a new, more informed and professional newsletter.  And maybe create a web-site for the new world of computers.  I believe we have accomplished most of what we had intended.  After Joe died tragically in October of 1997, I was filled with sadness from losing my best friend.  I then committed myself to making the club the best I could with what ever I had to offer.  I’m most proud of the following things that have been accomplished all of which could not have been done without the help of numerous club members who gave their time and expertise so generously over and over again.  Thank you all.

  1. Financially sound treasury throughout my terms in office.
  2. A larger updated first class newsletter with Loraine Smith.
  3. Created a club web-site.  First with Jeff Ernst, then Geof Newton.
  4. All time high club membership.
  5. Record number participants at the club Grand Prix series, as well as more Grand Prix races.
  6. Started Sunday morning fun runs from Johnny Kelley Park.
  7. Tuesday night Chatham Harbor runs initiated by Bob Smith and Mike Naughton.
  8. Polar Bear Swim & Dash.
  9. Club meetings with informed guest speakers and refreshments.
  10. Annual Picnic barbecue and Joe Barr Memorial softball game.
  11. Lastly but perhaps most importantly, thousands of dollars donated to numerous charities, scholarships and athletic programs in the local community.

In closing, it’s been a pleasure being the president for so long.  What I will take with me are the friendships that were made, the laughs, and the camaraderie that runners have for each other.  Keep on running and I will always be available to help the club whenever I can.  Keep on smiling for every day is a gift.

Joe

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