Remember that Grand Prix thing that we did last summer? Wondering how you did? Here are the results painstakingly compiled by statistician Larry Cole. Want to do it again or have some improvements or suggestions? Let Larry Cole know the next time you see him or send him an e-mail. To see the entire results sheet in expanded view, click on the “View Full Size Workbook” button at the lower right corner; your browser has to support iFrames and embedded OneDrive documents.


The 2015-2016 Winter Grand Prix came to its fateful conclusion on Sunday. Generously hosted by the 19th Hole, the weather was fair with a mild wind from the west. All was not calm on the race course, however, as a pair of devious miscreants flipped the arrow at the intersection of Old Colony Road and Gosnold Street between the walkers and the runners causing the lead runners, and indeed much of the pack, to add an extra 1.4 mile tour around the Kalmus Beach neighborhood. But that extra distance meant one more cookie or a larger piece of pie at the post-race potluck so all was not lost in Mudville on this day. As for the results? After untangling the wreckage of bodies, we’ve ranked everyone by pace for the finale race. Review race results and all your standings and send corrections to before Friday! And remember to get to the banquet on Saturday for dancing, awards and dinner – if you can still walk. Preliminary results subject to judicial review:


15-19   Ryan Richer
20-24 Maggie Gardner  
25-29 Kati Oberg Seb Byland
30-34 Sarah Newcomb-Baker Justin Torrellas
35-39 Heather Manuel Geoffrey Mulholland
40-44 Rebecca Tadema-Wielandt Josh Lyon / Dustin Baker
45-49 Kimberly Robbins Geof Newton
50-54 Katie McCully Paul Hufnagel
55-59 Kayleen Rosato Mike Sellars
60-64 Kit Boucher Tom Cugno
65-69 Janet Kelly Gene Cormier
70-74   Dave Baker
75-79 Martha Edwards  
80-84   Larry Cole
Clyde   Rob Kadunc
Walker Wendy Bonfini Bill Dalrymple


Individual Points Leaders

Katie McCully (4808) Chris Novak (5280)
Kayleen Rosato (4475) Marshall Lovelette (4950)
Kimberly Robbins (4425) Josh Lyon (4844)



Overall Mixed
Nauset Surf & Turf Nauset Surf & Turf / Happy Trails
Happy Trails Guns and Hoses
Guns and Hoses Mixed Nuts

It all comes down to this – 4.7 miles through Hyannisport hosted by the 19th Hole. Katie McCully leads the women with 3593 points, trailed by Jane Lovelette with 3491 and Kayleen Rosato with 3325. Katie is in the top position as long as she shows up and manages to get to the finish line by 2pm. The men’s race is much, much tighter with Paul Hufnagel at 3962 holding an ever so thin margin over Chris Novak (3948) with a surprise Dave Farrell tracking them both in the 3rd slot at 3926. It’s up for grabs in the men’s column. In the team competition, Nauset Surf & Turf leads perennial winner Happy Trails by 1 point in the Overall category but falls behind Happy Trails by 1 point in the Mixed category. Firmly locked in 3rd is Guns & Hoses while Harwich Harriers and Mixed Nuts battle for the 4th slot. The final standings will be all about who can make it back to the 19th Hole first!


Looking for those Grand Prix results? Check them out on the Scoring page and send corrections to


And on Christmas Day, we have a few Boston Marathon waivers to award to deserving club members. If you didn’t meet your qualifying time, you can still represent the club at the 2016 Boston Marathon. Fill out this application and return it to or Cathy Lohse on or before December 27th. Waivers will be awarded on Sunday the 27th and applications are due to the BAA by the 15th of January or you pay an additional $100. You’re responsible for submitting the application and waiver to the BAA, paying the application fees, training adequately, and getting yourself to the start and finish lines.

BAA Waiver – 2016


All the race results, scoring and standings in an embedded spreadsheet for you to browse, slice and dice. Use the arrows at the bottom to scroll through the tabs that are hidden to the right. Click on the icon of the screens in the lower right to view the spreadsheet in full screen mode.


It’s time to bundle up, stretch the legs and pig out! Presenting the 2015-2016 edition of the Winter Grand Prix! All the information you need, including the rules of engagement, opportunities for extra credit, and directions are now posted for your pleasure. Maybe it’s time to start training!



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