BRANT POINT RUNNERS

 

APRIL 30, 2013

 

A McKenna-Foster

19:05

Levy Barna

19:11

Keith Mansfield

20:28

Seth Hatch

20:37

Matt Parker

*21:00

Ken Gullicksen

21:15

Tommy Slade

**21:27

Eleanor Antonietti

*21:34

Rachel Powers

22:29

John Hubbard

23:03

William Sullivan

*23:44

Jared Smith

**23:47

Gillian Antonietti

**23:48

Brandon Whiting

23:57

Elle Foley

24:01

Kelly Facteau

24:14

Bob Kennedy

24:35

Anthea Schmid

24:43

Phil Allen

*25:42

Karen Alence

27:09

Ben Rudd

*27:24

Kim Pignato

27:58

Bill Bartleman

28:27

Kate Bartleman

28:27

Steve Chase

*29:24

Curren Hatch

**29:26

Claire Latter

29:44

Mark Latter

29:44

Jenn Iller

**29:47

Connor Allen

**30:44

Derek Witherell

30:59

Janine Mauldin

*31:04

Lily Garceau

*32:31

Diane Metcalfe

32:36

Edward Simonian

33:09

Anne Barrett

33:29

Leone Collins

**33:29

Patricia Halsted

33:29

Ellie Kinsella

34:20

Nathan Mclain

35:12

Sean Mitchell

35:12

 

 

*Season  Best   ** Personal Course Record   CR Course Record

 

Runners meet Tuesdays rain or shine at 5:15 PM at the corner of

Beach & Easton streets for a 5:30 PM start 5K (3.1 miles) run over

a mostly flat course with one hill and some moderate grades. Runners

of all ability from beginners to veterans are welcome. There are no

entry fees. For information call (508) 228-0206. Course records: Steve

O'Brien 15:42; Jamie Lower 18:16. Course measurement: Dr. Bob

Kennedy, USATF # MA11039JK.

 

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  After the tragic events at the Boston Marathon, everything else is anti-climactic, but life must return to as near normal as possible, which means we must proceed with club business. However, except for routine administrative matters at the May meeting, the only planned discussion item on the agenda is Boston, including consideration of a donation to One Fund Boston, and possibly helping organize a Cape-wide fund-raising event. We would like to have those who were there in any capacity tell us about their experiences, so we can appreciate what you went through, and perhaps let talking about it help you decompress. So I invite all members who were in Boston to come share their stories with us, specially those members who received club waivers, but nobody should feel under any pressure to do anything they feel uncomfortable with.

  Unless someone has an idea for a special program this summer, we will not meet in June-July-August, but the room is available for us to use like we did last August for the yoga clinic. Perhaps we could have a back pain session in one of those months. Ideas are welcome.

  Our supplying volunteers at Craigville Beach triathlons on June 8th and September 7th is highly sought by Without Limits Productions again, with the same deal as last year, except I suggest we donate the proceeds to the One Fund Boston this year. We can discuss that among the volunteers. Please contact me by e-mail at coleslawone@yahoo.com or at 508-432-2464 if you are willing to work either the day before or on race day. Everyone please note the changed e-mail address!

  If you still have flags or vests from the Hyannis Marathon in February, please arrange to get them to me so I can return them to Paul in time for the Johnny Kelley races on Memorial Day weekend.

~ President Larry

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It’s time to plan your 2013 Triathlon season!

Attached is a flyer for the Third Annual Red Rock Warrior Challenge, taking place on August 17, 2013, in Upton Massachusetts.

Our race is a little unconventional, the legs include a 3.5 mile Run, 12.5 mile Road Bike and a 1.25 mile KAYAK!

The race is a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project and the Nipmuc High School Sports Boosters.

We ask for your help to distribute the flyer or information to your members. If you register for the race before June 1st, registration fees are discounted.

This year, the Triathlon Club with the most members to compete in the RRWCT will win an award.

Thank you in advance for your help.

 

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pdf iconWARRIORS CHALLENGE POSTER.pdf

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Learning how to run fast on tired legs is crucial for the finishing phase of your 5K and 5 mile races. As you come to the finish, you’ll be surging, attacking, fending off attacks, and shifting into your finishing kick. A descending ladder will train you to run faster as you fatigue through the workout. Half- and full-marathoners should do 2 or 3 sets of the workout. This very simple descending ladder can be tweaked into any number of permutations and distances – just keep the general progression of longer to shorter work intervals. Based on lap counts, we call this one the ‘4 3 2 1’ workout.

10’ warm up
1 x 1600, 1 x 1200, 1 x 800, 1 x 400 @ 5K and faster
jog 400m between, 800m after the first mile if needed
10’ cool down
5 x strides
walking drills

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News from the organizers of the New England Triathlon Tour…first: Falmouth Tri will sell out within 2 weeks; second: 3-race packages for the 2013 season were sold out but they’ve opened up 30 additionals. It’s the only way to get a discount on race fees at this point.

http://newenglandtritour.com

 

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Here’s a very worthy evening 3-mile run this Friday evening at 6pm…..the “Yellow & Blue Run” which will honor the Boston Marathon bombing victims. Meet at Bass River Beach (a.k.a Smuggler’s).
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