Catching Up!

It has been quite a while since I have updated the site with results.  I am sure there are a ton missing, but see the below results from November and December

The 2015 Hard Shell Series Awards were given out at the Christmas Party, you can see the final results of that below as well.  The first race in the 2016 Series took place on 1/1/16 at the 1st Annual Buttonwoods 5k.  We had a decent showing, with 10 Turtles crossing the line.  The 2nd race in the series is in Foxboro, MA at the Old Fashioned 10 Miler.  This has been a Turtle favorite in years past!  I have updated the Race Series page on the website, but will add the remainder of the races once the schedule is set!

On top of the Hard Shell Series Races coming up, below I have included some races that some Turtles will be at in the near future!



TNT Christmas Party
East Greenwich, RI, December 18, 2015
All Turtles were victorious!

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RI 6 Hour Ultramarathon
Warwick, RI, November 8, 2015
7th – ISSY NIELSON  – 37.814 miles – 5:39:33 (3rd Woman)
24th – JAKE SCHIEFFELIN – 32.412 – 5:44:59
31st – JOHN PEABODY – 32.412 – 5:57:58

Westerly Land Trust Setting the Pace for Conservation 5K
Westerly, RI, November 8, 2015
13th    George Ross     21:40.0      6:59/M

Veterans Day 5k
Cranston, RI, November 11, 2015
11th   18:07 – Daniel Hawkins
14th   18:55 – Brad Highcove

Happy Holidays Half MerryThon
Gloucester, MA, December 6, 2015
1st Bronson Venable   1:11:26 – 5:28

32nd Annual Christmas 10k and 3.3 Mile Walk
Newport, RI, December 13, 2015
TNT Men were victorious in the Team Competition!
2nd   34:40    Robert Jackman
5th   35:48    David Principe
10th   38:19   Robert Corsi
16th   38:55   Daniel Hawkins
24th   40:14   Steven McDaniel
33rd   41:31   Dave Schaad
35th   41:43    Ken Kirejczyk
36th   41:52    John Brennan
83rd   46:04   David Blessington
118th   48:36     Stephanie Hevenor
135th   49:33     Rachel Flaksman


Boston U Mini-Meet
BU, Boston, MA, January 2, 2016
1 Mile – David  Principe   4:58.46
3000 Meters –  Bronson Venable  8:56.19


Some words on the mile from Dave…

BU Mini Meet Summary:
Last Saturday (Jan 2nd) I entered one of the BU Mini Meets. This is an Open Indoor Track Meet Series that has been held for several years over the winter break at BU. The BU Indoor Track has a reputation as being one of the fastest indoor banked tracks in the country, so I figured that since I was taking DJ up there to compete with some of the other LSA boys I might as well do an event since I would be there anyway. I was debating back and forth as to whether I should enter the 3000m or the Mile. Typically the longer the event the better for me, but I eventually settled on the Mile. I had only raced the Mile one other time since High School and that was 2 years ago. I wanted to see what I could do now at age 49, so I preregistered and gave myself a seed time of 4:59. I had no real evidence that I could pull of a sub 5 min mile, but I figured I would be close. We arrived at BU after a couple of the 3000’s had already been run and settled in. We had plenty of time to warm up with all the 3000’s and 400’s plus the mile had 21 heat total. I was seeded 10th in the 11th Heat and there were approx 13 runners in each heat. People I knew who were there were asking me what I thought I could do and if I thought I could really break 5 min. I was trying to set the bar low and just kept saying I thought I could run close to 5 min, but a sub 5 min mile might be difficult. However, I had every intention of trying to break 5 min. My plan was to go out on 5 min pace and run as close to even splits as possible regardless of what was going on around me. I figured if I could do that and then have a good last lap that would put me in a position to break 5 min. I started on the “Waterfall” starting line in the upper 3 lanes of the track and had to wait until I got around to the other side of the track to cut in to lane one. The race went out real fast and the people on the regular starting line looked like there were flying out in front of me!! I ignored the pack and locked into my pace and settled in toward the back of the pack. The first lap is approx 209 meters when you run the mile and my time was 38.80 over that stretch. 5 min pace is 37.5 seconds per 200m laps, so I was about a second under pace, which was just was I wanted. Now it was a matter of locking in and not falling off the pace. I was very fortunate to be in a competitive heat as well. I was never in “No Man’s Land” and always had someone right in front of me or right behind me. As the race progressed, I was gradually picking off runners on every straight away and moving up in the field. I really did not care about my place and I was just trying to hold that 37.5 seconds per lap pace. The banks are great, but the straightaway’s were so soft and bouncy! I really felt like that is what makes this track fast. Half way through the race I was surprised that my legs felt pretty good considering I never run at this pace, but the air in the field house is real dry. Much dryer than us road runners are used too. At the 1200m mark, I wanted to try and swallow to create some saliva to moisten my mouth, but I did not want to do anything to throw me off pace. I was exactly on pace to break 5 min with 400m (2 laps) to go, so I just dealt with it and kept running. I had a strong last 400m and finished in 4:58.46!! My splits were super consistent and I never had a real fast lap or real slow lap. Needless to say I was super excited to be able to break 5 min at age 49. Plus I have done next to zero speed work since I ran the Baystate Marathon in October. Either way, it was a lot of fun to run indoors with my personal fan club (Norm, Bob, Scott, some LSA parents, DJ, Camps, Matt & Jack) stationed at every corner yelling at me. It really helped! Plus this was actually the first time I had ever run on a banked track so it was nice to get that off the bucket list. All in all it could not have gone any better.

Now I am planning to run the 3000m and the Mile at the USATF Masters Championships on 1-31-16 at the PTCA. The track there is flat and a bit slower than BU, but it should be fun to run the 3000m first and then see what I can do in the mile right after. There is also an open 3000 and open 5000 at this meet if anyone is interested in trying out the indoor track at the PTCA in Providence.

Some Upcoming Turtle Races!

1/16/16 – Open Mile – East Coast Track & Field Invitational
1/31/16 – USATF New England and East Region Masters Championship
2/6/16 – Krispy Kreme Challenge
2/7/15 – Belleville Pond 10k

Some Hardshell…

I was finally able to get some info to put together the October Hardshell Results.  With a last minute race selection, we only had 6 Turtles take part in what ended up being a 5k of the runners choice.  Three Turtles took on the Wild Bill 5k in Warwick, three other Turtles headed out to Warren for the Pet Partners Great Pumpkin 5k and a lone Turtle hit the streets of Providence for the Monster Dash 5k.

You can see the October Hardshell Results and the Overall Standings below.

This weekend is the November Hardshell Race.  We will be heading down to Charleston, RI for the Lil Rhody 8 Mile Trail Race.  This race has been a popular stop for many Turtles in the past and hopefully this year will be no different.

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Finishing off October!

There was one marathon result missed in the Fall Marathon Results post…Patrick Meacham ran the Via Marathon in Allentown, PA in September in 3:23:18.

Also congratulations to DJ Principe on winning the RI Class A Championships this past Saturday in a time of 15:19, his 1st place finish along with some breakthrough performances by his teammates lead Lasalle to the team victory.  He will defend his State Championship title this coming Sunday while Lasalle will also try to take down Hendricken for the second week in a row!

The October Hardshell Race Results are on HOLD…since I do not have official results from the Wild Bill 5k, if anyone has those results, please send them my way!

The November Hardshell Race is the Lil Rhody Runaround on 11/15/15….we generally have a good turnout there, it should be a great race!

Lastly, some self promotion…The 7th Annual RI 6 Hour is this coming Sunday!  There are some Turtles toeing the line in the Ultra!  Come on out and have a good time, I can always use more volunteers!!

Check out some results from the end of October and the first day of November!
Town of Westerly Run for the Pumpkins Trail Race
Westerly, RI, October 10, 2015
26th George Ross 27:02.0 8:43/M

5k By the Bay
Warwick, RI, October 17, 2015
2nd 19:54 Dave Schaad
27th 37:14 Eric Holmstedt

Fall River Half Marathon & 5K
Fall River, MA, October 18, 2015
5th – Ken Kirejczyk 1:33:08 – 7:06

Freaky 5k
East Providence, RI, October 18, 2015
6th 19:20 6:14 Lindsay Amherst (2nd Woman)

Rhode Island Middle School Cross Country Championhsips
Warwick, RI, October 24, 2015
77th Aidan Meacham 6:43.8 12:06.9

Great Pumpkin 5k
Warren, RI, October 25, 2015
1st ROBERT JACKMAN 17:21 5:36
3rd LINDSAY AMHERST 19:24 6:16 (1st Woman)
5th DAVE SCHAAD 20:08 6:30

Hot on ‘Yer Heels 5k
Cranston, RI, October 25, 2015
11th John Brennan 20:48.0 6:42/M

Monster Dash Providence
Providence, , RI, October 25, 2015
8th Steven McDaniel        19:20
2nd Annual Performance Physical Therapy 5k Run and Walk
E Providence, , RI, October 31, 2015
  3rd   18:02  5:49     Daniel Hawkins
 13th   19:58  6:26     Dave Schaad
 15th   20:09  6:30     John Brennan
 33rd   22:40  7:19     Stephanie Hevenor
12th Annual Busa Bushwhack Trail Races
Framingham, MA, November 1, 2015
1st        Robert Jackman           1:02:43    6:16
31st       Lindsay Amherst          1:15:19    7:32  (3rd Woman)
Community Harvest 5K
N. Grafton, MA, November 1, 2015
9th     Issy Nielson           22:44.4  7:21   (1st Woman)
Black Goose Marathon – Half Marathon – 5K Run
Seekonk, MA, November 1, 2015
4th Steven McDaniel        1:27:34.40

Fall Marathon Results

To my knowledge Steve, Issy, Brad, Dave and myself are the only Turtles that ran a Fall marathon.  If I am wrong, please let me know!!!


Schenectady-Albany, NY, October 11, 2015
56th – Steven McDaniel – 3:02:27 (6:58)  PR


Eversource Hartford Marathon
Hartford, CT, October 11, 2015
241st – Issy Nielson – 3:26:03.81 (7:52)
534th – Brad Highcove – 3:50:06.66 (8:47)

Ashworth Awards Baystate Marathon
Lowell, MA, October 18, 2015
3rd – ROBERT JACKMAN – 2:36:15.4 (5:58) PR
6th – DAVID PRINCIPE – 2:43:53.7 (6:16)


Some old results!

Many races have happened since my last post, I am sure I am missing MANY of them!! The September Hard Shell Series Race also happened and was a great success at the Annual TNT Handicap Race. The results were based on the closest to predicted time, which switched up the results a bit! Here are the results and the overall standing.



Since I have waited so long to come up with an October race, I have decided to choose two 5ks for this coming weekend. You can choose either race and I will combine the results! I am doing this because I know there are people that have already planned on racing…and I want all to be able to score!!

TNT Group

The two race are….
Great Pumpkin Pet Partners 5k in Warren, RI on 10/25/15
and the…
Wild Bill 5k right on the TNT course in “The Farms” also on 10/25/15

Here are some results from mostly September, I will hit on some Fall Marathons in the next post!

Ninth Annual Lone Gull 10K
Gloucester, MA, September 20, 2015
124th Martin Tighe            38:08  6:09

Wicked 20 Miler
Salem, MA, September 19, 2015
2nd Robert Jackman       1:59:52  5:59

Jamestown Half Marathon
Jamestown, RI, September 19, 2015
7th    Issy Nielson       1:30:36.0      6:55/M

Perspectives Memorial 5K
Warwick, RI, September 13, 2015
4th    Issy Nielson              20:06.4

Optimism  Race, Walk, and Roll for Parkinsons
East Greenwich, RI, September 12, 2015
4th   DAVE SCHAAD        20:19  6:34

Providence Firefighters Road Race
Providence, RI, September 11, 2015
2nd   BRAD HIGHCOVE            18:43  6:03   (1st Male)

8th Annual ” Break The Silence on Ovarian Cancer” 5K Run
Providence, RI, September 27, 2015
1st Dan Hawkins               18:06.74

Ocean State Cross Country Invitational – Middle Schools
Warwick, RI, September 25, 2015
12th  Aidan Meacham            7:48.60

Rome Boulevard Road Race 5 Miler
Attleboro, MA, October 4, 2015
4th Martin Tighe                   29:37.00
8th  Issy Nielson                   31:04.00

East Bay 5K
Bristol, RI, October 3, 201
10th Dave Schaad       6:31.6  20:16.99

July & August Results

Here is a roundup of some July and August results. I know I have missed some races…but I need to get to work, so this is all I could get through this morning. If you ran a race that does not show up on Coolrunning…please let me know! I want to post every result I can get my hand on!!

The next race in the Hard Shell Series will be the TNT Handicap Race on September 12th. Pieter will send out more information via email when that date is closer! The scoring will be based off of closest to predicted…so everyone has a shot!

Glocester Road Races 5.5 Miles
Glocester, RI, July 4, 2015
15th Issy Nielson 36:51.7 (1st place female)

Billington Memorial 5K
Somerset, MA, July 4, 2015
11th DAVE SCHAAD 20:26 6:36
18th GEORGE ROSS 21:36 6:58

Little Compton 4.8 Miler
Little Compton, RI, July 11, 2015
19h Dave Schaad 31:48.0 6:38/M

3rd Annual Run for Bauman 2.62 Miles
Chelmsford, MA, July 11, 2015
3rd BRAD HIGHCOVE 15:45 6:01

7th Annual Colon Cancer Awareness Run/Walk
Warwick, RI, August 2, 2015
1st Robert Corsi 16:17.21

The Run 4 Kerri was the 8th race in the TNT Hard Shell Series There were 8 Turtles in attendance on the usual hot and sunny day “down south”. Many Turtles picked up age group awards and some people headed over to the Mews

Run 4 Kerri 4 Miler TNT Hard Shell #8
Wakefield, RI, August 2, 2015
Check out some Scott Mason Photos
13th Robert Jackman – 22:26.60 5:37
21st David Principe Sr – 23:00.26 5:46
32nd Brad Highcove – 24:42.37 6:11
45th Steven McDaniel – 26:33.48 6:39
46th Dave Schaad – 26:44.25 6:42
49th Jacquelyn Jackman – 27:07.07 6:48
58th Michael Clark – 28:12.22 7:05
74th George Ross – 28:59.99 7:16



Get Steppin’ 5K
Fall River, MA, August 8, 2015
7th Dave Schaad – 19:26

Chilmark, MA, August 8, 2015
43rd Andrew Goodale 6:23 19:49.52

Monadnock Half Marathon & 5K
Rindge, NH, August 9, 2015
3rd – Issy Nielson – 1:35:22 (1st Place Female)

8th Annual Bobby Doyle 5 Mile USATF-NE Grand Prix
Narragansett, RI, August 9, 2015
Check out some Scott Mason Photos
75th Robert Jackman 5k split-16:58.0 (5:28)–Last 3.04k -10:36 (5:34)–Total Time – 27:34
127th David Principe 5k split-17:41.0 (5:42)–Last 3.04k -11:14 (5:54)–Total Time – 28:55
185th Robert Corsi 5k split-18:42.0 (6:02)–Last 3.04k -12:02 (6:19)–Total Time – 30:43
210th Brad Highcove 5k split-18:53.0 (6:05)–Last 3.04k -12:28 (6:33)–Total Time – 31:21
254th Steven McDaniel 5k split-19:59.0 (6:26)–Last 3.04k -12:45 (6:42)–Total Time – 32:44
294th Ken Kirejczyk 5k split-20:11.0 (6:30)–Last 3.04k -13:36 (7:09)–Total Time – 33:47
407th David Blessington 5k split-22:27.0 (7:14)–Last 3.04k -14:35 (7:40)–Total Time – 37:01

The Blessing Happened

This past Friday was the 7th race in the Hard Shell Series.  The 44th Annual Blessing of the Fleet saw some of the best weather nights in a long time.  Coolish temps, a breeze and some crazy thunderstorms that produced some rain half way through the race.

There were 11 Turtles in this years event, which has been around the average for each Hard Shell Series Race. There were mixed results, but everyone seemed happy enough to be finished at the end.

After the race some of us made our way to the Oak Hill Tavern for some beer and food.


Check out Scott Mason’s Photos!

Blessing of the Fleet
Narragansett, RI, July 24, 2015
42th    David Principe                       59:41      5:58/M
45th    Robert Jackman                     1:00:27      6:03/M
90th    Robert Corsi                       1:04:45     6:29/M
121st    Brad Highcove                     1:06:44      6:40/M
140th    Steven McDaniel                   1:07:51      6:47/M
166th    Ken Kirejczyk                     1:08:50      6:53/M
171st    Jacquelyn Jackman                 1:09:11      6:55/M
233rd    Patrick Meacham                   1:11:50    7:11/M
333rd    Dan Northup                       1:15:15      7:32/M
428th    Mark Zartarian                    1:17:30      7:45/M
1842nd    John Peabody                     1:42:23     10:14/M

Hard Shell Race and Series Standings.



Next up in the series is the Run 4 Kerri this coming Sunday!

Half way into the Hard Shell.

The June TNT Hard Shell Series Race has come and gone. That marked the 6th race in the series and the halfway point. That means there are still 6 races left in the series and people who have not run can still score high in the standings, since only the top 6 races for each person count.

We have currently had over 20 members run at least one race in the series, that is a high percentage of the active membership!

Just a reminder about the awards to give some people some motivation to get out there. We will be giving out the Top 3 OVERALL Male awards and also Top Male in each age group. There will be no double dipping, so make sure you get out there and rack up some point in the upcoming races. With so few females in the series…it looks like all of them may get some sort of award! We will cross that bridge when we get there. There will also be a award for every runner that runs at least 6 races!

Soo…Gaspee Days. The 6th race in the series is a Turtles favorite. We always have a decent turnout on what can be called our home course. I was hoping for more then the 10 Turtles that showed…but hey, what can you do! The day was pretty warm and no wind to speak of.

To me the field seemed pretty weak up front, so I thought a high finish was possible, but that only happens if you don’t run horrible! With that said, I was the same spot as last year, 7th, and that was with running 50 seconds slower. The rest of TNT folllowed one after another, none very pleased with their times…but that was all OK, ’cause after the race we were able to do a cool down, get some beer at the post race festivities…Dan Hawkins and myself picked up some age group wins and then some of us headed over to Andrew Goodale’s for some beer, burgers, lawn games…and a little drive in Pieter’s Porsche…not a bad way to spend a Saturday afternoon.


50th Gaspee Days 5K Foot Race
Warwick, RI, June 13, 2015
7th ROBERT JACKMAN 17:36.2 5:41
27th BRAD HIGHCOVE 18:46.0 6:04
44th ROBERT KLINGENSMITH 19:29.4 6:18
67th ANDREW GOODALE 20:11.7 6:31
84th STEVEN MCDANIEL 20:32.9 6:38
91st DAVE SCHAAD 20:52.2 6:44
102nd JACQUELYN JACKMAN 21:15.1 6:52
152nd PATRICK QUINN 22:15.7 7:11
200th PIETER SNOEREN 23:08.1 7:28
615th DAVID BLESSINGTON 28:28.9 9:12

Check out Scott Mason’s Photos!





The 7th race in the Hard Shell Series will be the one and only Blessing of the Fleet 10 Miler! Sign up today!!!

Here are some other results!

Before I get into all the results…I should mention one special results…if you don’t know already…DJ Principe broke the RI State Record for the 5000 Meters on the track running 14:42 in doing so, he also finished 5th place in the nation! Check it out HERE!

Foxboro Against Diabetes
Foxboro, MA, May 30, 2015
31st Dave Schaad 21:01.0 6:47/M

2015 New Balance Boston Twilight Meet #2
5000 meters
Waltham, MA, May 30, 2015
28th Robert Jackman 17:37.41

Northmen 5k
North Smithfield, RI, May 30, 2015
1st BRONSON VENABLE 16:51.0 5:26/M

Hollliston 5k for Children Hospital
Hollliston, MA, May 31, 2015
7th Brad Highcove 18:54.7

HOLLIS FAST 5K (Downhill)
Hollis, NH, June 11, 2015
21st BRONSON VENABLE 15:10.1 4:54
147th ROBERT CORSI 17:44.5 5:44
148th BRAD HIGHCOVE 17:44.7 5:44

Katie DeCubellis 5k Road Race
Narragansett, RI, June 7, 2015
3rd 18:38 6:01 Brad Highcove

PFC Kyle Coutu Memorial 5k Road Race
Pawtucket, RI, June 7, 2015
3rd 16:40 5:23 Bronson Venable

Will Speck Memorial 5k
Cranston, RI, June 21, 2015
15th Dave Schaad 2:361:01.0 6:38/M

Rocky Point 5K
Warwick, RI, June 27, 2015
4th BRONSON VENABLE 16:05.4 5:11
12th ROBERT CORSI 18:25.7 5:56
13th BRAD HIGHCOVE 18:29.3 5:58
19th DAVE SCHAAD 20:14.1 6:31

Sensata 5k
Attleboro, MA, June 28, 2015
5th 20:19 6:33 Issy Nielson (1st Woman)

Worcester Running Festival 1/2 Marathon
Worcester, MA, June 28, 2015
10th STEVEN MCDANIEL 1:29:12.0 6:48/M

Hard Shell Race #6 Preview – Gaspee Days 5k

The 6th race in the 2015 Hard Shell Race Series is the 50th Annual Gaspee Days 5k!  This race has been a popular Turtle race for many many many years!  We always have a good turn out and the race is usual pretty quick.

Turtles at Gaspee 2012

This year the race will have (5) kegs waiting for us at the finish line and no, not Budweiser, there will be Gansett and Revival!  But don’t fill up on beer right after the race, because this year we will walk on over to Andrew Goodale’s house for a post race party.  Bring some beer and some food to share, it should be a hell;l of an afternoon!

Course Preview:
The Gaspee Days race has produced some fast times in its history.  The Men’s Course record is 14:10, set by Martin Fagan back in 2007 and although Martin has since tested positive for EPO, he was probably clean back then.  The Women’s Course Record was set by Amy Rudolph back in 2003 when she ran a stellar 16:22.  Although that time is far off the 2-time Olympians 5000 meter track PR of 14:56, it is still movin’

The course starts flat and then goes slightly downhill over Pawtuxet bridge and then flattens out going past Pawtuxet Park heading to the 1 mile mark.  At 1 mile you go up the backside of the “big hill” which is followed quickly by going down the “big hill”.  After screaming down the hill the road will bend to the right and you will go gradually up hill before flattening back out and taking a left down General Hawkins Drive.  This loops around right back out onto the Parkway, against the rest of the 1400+ runners.  You will then follow the course backwards from where you came.  Slight down hill and then up the hill heading to 2.  When you reach the 2 mile mark you still have around 75 meters until you crest the hill and are greeted with a slight downhill, one which feels pretty nice at 2+ miles in a 5k, especially after going uphill!  From there you start smelling the barn.  Back over the bridge with 0.5 miles to go, you start going slightly uphill and can finally see the runners in front of you taking the left hand turn (right at 3 miles) down Rhodes Place and to the finish line.  One of the best parts about Gaspee is all the parade spectators out and about.  But WATCH OUT!  Some of them don’t look both ways before crossing the street!

Bob’s Course Tips: Don’t get out TOO FAST.  It is easy to get dragged along at Gaspee, the slightly downhill start and all the people make it easy to get out over your head and pay for it going up the hill at 2!

Check out some of the previous posts about Gapsee Days HERE

Make sure you get to the race early and find a good parking spot!!

June is here!

Some race results from May (not including the last weekend) Remember the next race in the TNT Hard Shell Race Series is the Gaspee Days 5k on June 13th. Also, new this year…Andrew Goodale will be having people over after the race and he lives 1/2 mile from the finish on the water! Don’t miss it!

Block Island Shad Bloom 10K Trail Race
Block Island, RI, May 9, 2015
3rd Robert Jackman 39:03.0 6:18/M
26th Jacquelyn Jackman 47:45.0 7:42/M (2nd Female)

9th Annual NECC Walk/Run for Autism
Southboro, MA, May 9, 2015
14th Lawrence Walker 20:12.2 6:32

6th Annual Holly’s Spirit Run/Walk
Coventry, RI, May 9, 2015
1st 18:55 6:06 Daniel Hawkins

Wellesley 1 miler for Hannah’s fund
Wellesley, MA, May 10, 2015
69th 7:21 Shawn Whalen

Run Through History 5k Run/Walk
Cranston, RI, May 15, 2015
4th 19:06 6:10 Brad Highcove
5th 19:07 6:10 Lindsay Amherst (First Female)

Belly to Belly Hot Dog Beer Relay
North Kingstown, RI, May 16, 2015
1st – Bob Corsi and Justin Allen

Conquer the Hill 0.8 Mile Uphill (Hard Shell Race # 5)
Smithfield, RI, May 16, 2015
1st Robert Jackman 4:38
3rd Dan Northup 5:12
6th Dan Sevigny 5:39
9th Dave Schaad 5:49
12th Jackie Jackman 5:52
25th Rachel Flaksman 6:45

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MMT 100 Miler
Forth Valley, VA, May 16, 2015
98th John Peabody 34:47:43

Horseneck 1/2 Marathon
Westport, MA, May 17, 2015
3rd Steve McDaniel 1:32:12

Matty’s Memorial 5k Run/Walk
North Kingstown, RI, May 23, 2015
2nd Bronson Venable 16:10.0 5:13/M
16th Dave Schaad 20:09.0 6:30/M
51st Patrick Meacham 24:24.0 7:52/M
53rd Aidan Meacham 24:51.0 8:01/M

Fins, Feet, Flippers 5k
Bourne, MA, May 24, 2015
12th Issy Nielson 6:47.43 21:06.08 (1st Female)

Cedar Lake Sprint Tri
500 yards, 9.9 miles and 3.1 miles
Chester, CT, May 28, 2015
74th George Ross 8:32.4/31:15.9/24:50.8 = 1:06:52.4