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3/31/12 to 4/16/12 Results

 

Bob Jackman and Dave Principe @ Gansett

Run the Reservoir 15k and 5k
North Scituate, RI, March 31, 2012
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1st – Dave Schaad – 19:23

Jamestown Bridge 10K Road Race
North Kingstown, RI, April 7, 2012
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8th – Robert Corsi – 39:18.09
578th – Pali Frazier – 1:06:05.71

Great Bay Half Marathon / 5K
Newmarket, NH, April 7, 2012
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88th – LAWRENCE WALKER – 1:33:47.4
East Bridgewater High School Parents Viking Sports 5k
E Bridgewater, MA, April 7, 2012
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2nd – 18:34 – Dave Schaad

Bunny Hop 5K
Warwick, RI, April 14, 2012
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10th – DAVE SCHAAD – 18:56.0 – 6:05/M

Merrimack River 10 mile Trail Race – 21st annual
Andover, MA April 14, 2012
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11th – Justin Costa – 1:06:10
80th – Joseph Reddy – 1:26:55

2012 Gansett Marathon
Narragansett, RI, April 14, 2012
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3rd – David Principe – 2:42:11

Nutrition Fuels Fitness 5k (RIDA 5k)
Warwick, RI, April 15, 2012
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3rd – ALAN BERNIER         16:45 – 5:24
5th – MARTIN TIGHE               17:16 – 5:34
11th – Dave Schaad          19:09 – 6:10
17th – Daniel Sevigny             20:26 – 6:35
28th – George Ross                21:51 – 7:02

Boston Marathon
Boston, MA, April 16, 2012
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2711th -Pat Meacham – 3:27:27
3616th – Issy Nielson – 3:34:13
4059th – Karen Benway – 3:37:06
6501st – “Don Henderson” – 3:50:29

Karen Benway and Issy Nielson @ Boston

SUPER 5K, Narragansett, February 5th, 2012.

Starts at 10:30am at the Village Inn Hotel, Narragansett, Rhode Island.

$25 for adults and $12 for youth (18 and under).

T-Shirts: T-shirts to first 300 registrants.

Awards: First/second/third place man and woman: $100/$50/$25 cash. Top three male/female in the following age categories: 13 and under, 14-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. No duplicate awards.

The Course: USATF certified. Fast out and back course along the Narragansett sea wall. Very scenic.

TEAM COMPETITION:

A traditional cross-country style scoring system will be used, which uses place instead of time. Only runners on eligible teams will be counted in the scoring. To qualify as eligible, male teams must have at least five (5) members and female teams must have at least three (3) members.

First eligible-team finisher scores one point; second finisher, two points; third finisher, three points, and so on. On male teams, the top five (5) finishers score. On female teams the top three (3) finishers score. The score is determined by totaling the points of the scoring runners, thus the team with the lower point total is the winner. Although the non-scoring eligible-team runners do not score points, their places, if better than those of any of the opposing eligible-team runners, may serve to increase the team score of the opponents.

Non-team runners and runners on non-eligible teams do not affect the scoring.

Tie Breaker 1: Total time of scoring runners.
Tie Breaker 2: Time of first team finisher.

Post-registered runners may participate in team competition. A representative from each team will provide the race director with a team roster during the registration period. Please find roster forms at the registration table. No adjustments can be made after the registration period. Any questions should be addressed to the race director, and the race director has authority on all matters pertaining to the team competition.

Nooseneck 18K – IMPORTANT logistics update

This is an IMPORTANT  update to an earlier post on this site.

From Race Director Mike Tamarro…

#1) On December 12, 2011, the Big River Inn reopened as “NUTZ on
Nooseneck.” The pre- and post-race happenings will be at NUTZ–number
pickup, post-race party. Do not go to Dan’s or Timberstones. Spread
the word. NUTZ  is pretty much the old
Big River Inn, located at

809 Nooseneck Hill Rd

West Greenwich, RI 02817

but with a much better beer selection. Race will start
at 1:15pm on December 26th  (fifteen minutes later than scheduled) in order to accommodate
the confused.

#2) Re-gift Raffle: Re-wrap your least-wanted Christmas gift and enter
it into the raffle. Everyone who brings a gift gets a ticket and walks
away with someone else’s unwanted gift. The ensuing swap meet should be
fun to watch.

Read the Oct/Nov Tuesday Night Turtles’ Newsletter

Read the Tuesday Night Turtles’ Oct/Nov Newsletter, featuring

  • TNT Women’s Team Record Breaking Performance At The JFK 50
  • Rhode Island 6-Hour Ultra
  • Jackie Jackman Coming Out Of Her Shell
  • The NRA vs TNT Showdown At Quonset: The 5K In The Dark
  • Beervana
  • TNT Beer Of The Month
  • Stats And Results

Click to Read the Newsletter

4th Annual Nooseneck 18K, Dec 26th

SEE IMPORTANT UPDATE

Last year’s Nooseneck 18k was curtailed to a 5 mile race due to the seriously nasty blizzard that befell Rhode Island on the 26th of December, and boy was it blizzard conditions, but the four Turtles…

 

  • Bob Jackman
  • Dave Principe
  • John Peabody
  • Myself (Sir George)

…who attended this race refused to run the shortened race and we all ran, with a bunch of other crazies, in the white-out conditions. It was an incredible run and is easily in my lifetime top 10 runs.

This year’s race is again on the day after Christmas. The is a great event put on by Mike Tammaro of the Narragansett Running Association, check out the information flier.

I, for one, will be there.