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Spring Lake 5 Mile–May 24, 2015, by Laura Barry Pierotti

Spring Lake 5 Results Michael Gorman 31:09 Gerry Velli 36:08 Aileen O’rourke 38:16 Amanda Ryan 38:23 Don Manfria 39:46 Samantha Spitaletta 45:35 Roselynn Bedoya 45:36 Laura Barry 45:36 (PR) Gina Imperato 47:57 Tracy Keller 47:57 Edward Kelly 54:27 Raymond Murphy 59:49 Paul Maloney 1:00:04 Carolann Manfria 1:03:37 Once again I’m sure I missed someone please more »

Pocono Marathon–May 17, 2015 by Mike Skara

Unpleasant. That is the best way to describe the Pocono Marathon this year. I did my job, hitting the line at 4:19:07, but I was accompanied only by my 4:20 pace sign. The weather was the biggest culprit, as the temps topped 80 degrees and a reported 65% humidity. The lack of shade on the more »

Sugarloaf Mountain Marathon recap–May 17, 2015, by Adam Perry

Sugarloaf Marathon Recap “Come to Maine,” they said. “We’re running the Sugarloaf Marathon, you should come too,” they said. Well it didn’t take much for Pia and Ryen to slowly gather a group of 14 other crazy runners spanning 2 NJ running clubs and 2 states. And off to beautiful Carrabassett Valley, Maine we went! We knew the Sugarloaf more »

Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education 5k–May 16, 2015, by Martta Kelly

Normally I don’t run back to back races (two races in one weekend) but I had to make an exception for the Caldwell-West Caldwell Board of Education 5K today as that was my high school. We had a few Essex peeps there today and I believe we all medaled in our respective age groups. Times more »

Brooklyn Half Marathon–May 16, 2014–by Malecia Walker

Ran my first half yesterday since having my baby in 2013. Brooklyn Half in 2:12:43. It was my slowest, but I’ll take it because training was hard to fit in with the baby! Training was what I’d call “bootleg.” LOL I also turned my ankle on Wednesday on my last run (got overzealous on Ridgewood more »

Cure for IBD & Crohn’s Disease 5k–May 3, 2015 by Aubrey Blanda

I ran the Cure for IBD & Crohn’s Disease 5K in Basking Ridge this morning, and discovered what is apparently one of the best kept secrets around. The race was very well organized, with easy packet pick-up at the start. Plenty of water, breakfast bars, and bananas at the post race table. Very convenient indoor more »

Boston Marathon–April 20, 2015, by Pia LoPresti

Jersey Strong Meets Boston Strong “Your greatest run ever” was the moto for the 2015 Boston Marathon. From the day I was able to register for the race back in September, to the acceptance e-mail and snail mail that I was an official participant, to all the B.A.A. updates leading up to the big weekend, more »

West Point Half Marathon, March 22, 2015–Don Manfria

West Point 1/2 marathon recap: This morning I had the pleasure of running The West Point 1/2 Marathon, it has been going on for 5 years but this is the 1st time it was open to civilians. Mona, Annie and I drove up together, and there was a strong ERC presence there, Roselynn, Joe, Paula, Raymond, Lisa there were probably more of us there more »

Miles for Music 20k, March 22, 2015–Martta Kelly

Tough headwinds combined with several hairpin turns made this a challenge.  Still, we prevailed! Larry Czaplewski–1:21:22 Charlie Slaughter–1:29:51 Randy Miller–1:34:45 Gary Peters–1:44:51 Gerry Velli–1:50:05 Tom Kelly–2:07:21 Martta Kelly–2:09:12

Baltimore Running Festival, October 18, 2014–John Harvey

On October 18th 2014 I felt like I was coming of age in my running life. That was the day I completed my 18th marathon – billed as the Baltimore Running Festival. The first 11 I ran in Trinidad and Tobago, the rest in the USA. In 6 different states. The race is described as more »

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