OCTOBER 29, 2013


A McKenna-Foster


Jim Congdon


David Burke


Keith Mansfield


Danielle O'Dell


Ken Gullicksen


Levy Barna


Coco Csaba Cseko


Stephen Pignato


William Sullivan


Billy Bartleman


Kate Bartleman


David Glidden


Ben Rudd


Woody Kay


Jerry Adams


Steve Chase


Lisa Rance


Ken Blackshaw


Jimmy Manchester




*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.


CCAC relay teams took the 1st, 4th and 75th spots to clinch this year’s Cape Cod Marathon Relay Club Invitational Cup, this past Sunday, over a half-dozen invited New England running clubs. Taking the overall relay win and the Men’s Open division, team CCAC Merrill Family logged 2:32:56 over the Falmouth Roads. Running along with Barry, Mike and Shaun were Joe Navas and Rory Jenkins. The CCAC Coed team took 4th overall and was the first Mixed Open team, out of 110 in the division, in a time of 2:54:30, 7 minutes ahead of the next team, the Hobblers. Legging it for CCAC Coed: Katie McCully, Justin Torrellas, James Hawley, Jason McWhirter and Kate Heaslip. And after some serious leg juggling and runner shuffling, the CCAC Women logged in at 3:54:56 for 75th overall and 8th in the Female Open division. Representing for the women: Tammy Knight-Gibbons, Jennifer Caprio (two legs), Kelli Venuti and Julie Holt. With the Cup scoring altered to the top two teams this year, CCAC logged 5 points against runner-up Falmouth Track Club who posted 21 points. Congratulations to the runners and much thanks to team captains Mike Merrill, Geof Newton, and Tammy Knight-Gibbons, and to team coordinator Bill Masterson for a wonderful weekend’s racing. Congratulations also to club members who took on the full marathon or the half marathon – or who were crazy enough to tackle the Chowdah Challenge!


10/29/13         Brant Point Runners-last 2013 run


                        2014 season begins Tuesday March 11, 2014


                        Ongoing group runs:


                        Saturdays 8 AM Brant Point Run course-no times recorded.


                        Sundays 8 AM at the Rotary out & back Milestone Road bike path

                        3-4 miles total distance.



11/28/13         Thanksgiving Day 5K


                        Thursday November 28, 2013 8 AM Brant Point Run course



12/7/13           Nantucket Winter Run


                        Race entry attached


1/1/14             New Year's Day 5K


                        Wednesday January 1, 2014 10 AM Brant Point Run course.

pdf icon 2013-Nantucket-Winter-Run.pdf



This idea is kind of out there but..


I’m trying to get a 50k/m ultra started this coming April. It’s free so there’s nothing to loose. The course is mostly hardpack through Windsor, VT and Cornish, NH. Just wondering if you could share the website and information with your members? I’d love to hear any feedback.




Ben Pangie



My name is Rob Ensling, I’m the Aquatic Director at Star Hill Family Athletic Center in Tolland, CT.  I’m reaching out to you today to inform you that we are hosting a Sprint Triathlon on November 9, 2013 at our facility; proceeds go to benefit the ECHN Foundation and their Navigator Program that assists cancer patients.  This event will kick off our Lifestyles Expo.  This Expo is about the things that impact our lifestyle from Home, Health, Wealth, Education, and Leisure prospective.

We would like to invite you and your club to participate in our event and afterwards enjoy the Expo!  Online registration can be done at

Race Starts at 7:30am

Race Details: This staggered start race (every 30 seconds) will consist of a 300 yard snake swim in the indoor pool, then a 10 mile bike ride and ending with a 5K run through the beautiful Tolland County countryside.

Packet pickup will be Friday Nov. 8, between 10am-8pm.  Event packets will that include a race bag, course maps, water bottle, and event shirt.

Same-day registration, transition area, marking station, and pool will be open at 6am.

Start of the race: Swimmer will enter the pool from the eastern end and snake swim through all 6 lanes (12 lengths) and will exit from the northeastern end. Upon completion, racers will exit pool to the transition area (out the back door of the pool) to their designated bike and prepare for the bike. Racer will start down Gerber Drive and through the designated route, back up Gerber Drive to the transition area at Star Hill and prepare for the run. Racers will then exit the transition area and begin the run through the Somerset (Belvedere Ridge) area. Racers will run through the designated course that finishes at Star Hill. Timing chips will be worn for the entire race and collected at the finish.  Awards will be presented inside the Star Hill Dome during the Lifestyles Expo at approximately 11:30a.

Looking forward to seeing you on Race Day


Rob Ensling



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