archives

2012

This tag is associated with 7 posts

Finger-Laking Fun

  Recap of Finger Lakes Fifties (50M, 50K, 25K), Finger Lakes National Forest, Hector, NY, June 30, 2012 50K: Chris Jaworski … 7:25:41 Clang, clang. Clang-clang, clang-clang. Hey, wha—? What’s that racket? I’m trying to sleep here! Hmm … is that a … yes, a cowbell. Ah, must be time to get up. Immediately my more »

Only One Hill

                      . Recap of Mount Washington Road Race (7.6 M), Pinkham Notch, near Gorham, NH, June 16, 2012 Randy Miller … 1:43:26 Chris Jaworski … 1:50:17 I don’t know if it was the good company, the altitude, the fresh air, the scent of pine trees, more »

Rob Gerin’s Second North Face DC 50K, This One With Mud

Recap of North Face Endurance Challenge (50K), Washington, DC, June 2, 2012 Rob Gerin (2nd AG) … 6:13:42 On Friday, the day before the race, Lisa and I drove down to Sterling, Virginia. The drive was nice until we hit some powerful thunderstorms. Weather reports spoke of tornados touching down in the area. But we more »

ERC Ultrarunners Grin ’n’ Bear Mountain

  Recaps of North Face Endurance Challenge (50K, 50M), Bear Mountain, NY, May 5, 2012 50K Kimberly McGuire (1st ultra & trail race!) … 6:54:24 Jane Whipple (2nd in age group!) … 6:57:19 Laura Gelman … 7:26:06 50M Glenn Trimboli (1st 50M!) … 12:10:03 Stephen Sundown (1st 50M!) … 12:10:03 Chris Jaworski … 13:23:35 * more »

The Mayapple 50K: Keeping It Simple

Mayapple Fatass 50K runners and, far left, volunteer Barry Lass. Photograph by Zsuzsanna Carlson. Recap of Mayapple Fatass 50K, South Mountain Reservation, Millburn, May 19, 2012 Chris Jaworski (3rd of 3 overall!) … 7:10 When runner Zsuzsanna Carlson heard that this year’s Mayapple Trail Runs had been canceled, she decided to put on an informal more »

Happy Trails in 2012

This past weekend, while updating my list of Trail, Ultra, & XC Races in and Around New Jersey, I was struck once again by the degree to which off-road racing and ultramarathoning have grown over the past decade. Best as I can figure, New Jersey had fewer than 10 trail races and not a single ultramarathon more »

A Snowy Manhattan Half Marathon

By Paul Kartanowicz I decided after the first mile that I wanted to save my legs and that a PR was just unattainable, but I turned it into a nice high Aerobic longish run. That way I still got in a quality workout despite the circumstances and I didn’t beat up my legs too much. more »

Check your MEMBERSHIP status: Click image below

Check your MEMBERSHIP status: Click image below

NYC Marathon Bus

NYC Marathon Bus

Photo Highlights

Photos on flickr

Email updates

Enter your email address to subscribe to this site and receive notifications of new posts by email.