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  • 2014 Traveler Beer New England Half Marathon 2014 Traveler Beer New England Half Marathon Sunday, September 28, A point-to-point 1/2 marathon from NHMS in Loudon to the State Capital in Concord!
  • 2014 Elliot Millennium Running Series 2014 Elliot Millennium Running Series Complete 6 out of 8 2014 Series Races to earn the 2014 Jacket
  • 2014 Hula Hustle 2014 Hula Hustle Benefiting New Horizons for New Hampshire.
  • 2014 New Hampshire Cross Country Festival 2014 New Hampshire Cross Country Festival An afternoon of racing on the NH State Meet 5k course at the famed Derryfield Park!
  • 2014 New Hampshire 10 Miler 2014 New Hampshire 10 Miler The perfect way to get ready for our NE Half Marathon


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•  PHOTOS: Hula Hustle Manchester, NH 2014 _2KT6700
What a great day for the 2014 Hula Hustle in Memory of Bill Kelley! A wonderful turn out of great people for a great cause. Click this link or the photo below to view all of the Pictures from the 2014 Hula Hustle!
•  Andy’s Roundup- A Good Time in Manchester… and more
Hula Hustle 5K/10K Manchester- Dozens of runners and walkers took part this past weekend at the Hula Hustle 5K/10K. Leading the way in the 5K was Londonderry’s Nicholas Leach, who turned in a time of 17 minutes, 55 seconds. Leach was more than 90 seconds faster than runner-up Chris Bishop of Manchester who finish in 19:27. On the women’s side Merrimack’s Felicia Dowling was the winner in 21:15. Second place went to Manchester’s Caitlyn Vanavery in 21:40. In the 10K it was a Manchester sweep for the top three men’s positions with Dan Helie first (40:55), Dana Breeden second (41:18), and Edward Ferris ...
•  Athletes of the Week: Lucas Pozetta and Karin Biskovich
Men: Winning an Olympic distance triathlon is quite an accomplishment and that’s exactly what Portsmouth’s Lucas Pozetta did at the Massachusetts State Triathlon in Winchendon, Massachusetts. Pozetta finished the race (.9 mile swim, 22 mile bike ride, 6.2 mile run) in 1 hour, 49 minutes, 37 seconds. Women: What’s good for the men is good for the women. Amherst’s Karin Biskovich made it a New Hampshire sweep at the Massachusetts State Triathlon. Biskovich was top female in 2:03:01.
•  Andy’s Roundup: N.H. Athletes Shine Out of State… and more 292029_2573417293927_1684119228_n
Massachusetts State Triathlon Winchedon, Massachusetts- Two New Hampshire athletes were the winners at the Massachusetts State Triathlon olympic distance race on July 13. Lucas Pozetta of Portsmouth, NH. covered the .9 mile swim, 22  mile bike ride, and 6.2 mile run in 1 hour, 49 minutes, 37 seconds, about two minutes ahead of second place finisher, Derek Jacobski (1:51:48). When breaking down the three stages of the race it appears Pozetta won the event with a swim time of 19:21 compared to Jacobski’s 21:30. Amherst’s Karin Biskovich was the women’s winner in 2:03:01 with Medena Knepsl of Cambridge, Massachusetts in second with ...
•  ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Mary Klene, Tammie Robie, and Richie Spitsberg – 6/29 – 7/6/14
Female: Mary Klene, Manchester and Tammie Robie, Milford- Klene joined Spitsberg with the double wins at the Goffstown Gallop and Manchester 5K. However, she shares the honor because Robie pulled off the rare feat of being the first overall finisher at a New Hampshire road race. Robie showed up in Nashua on July 4 for the Revolution 5K and beat all the other male and female competitors. Male: Richie Spitsberg, Manchester- It is quite an accomplishment to win two New Hampshire road races in five days and that’s what Spitsberg did. On Saturday, June 28, Spitsberg won the Goffstown Gallop. On Thursday, July 3 Spitsberg ...
•  PHOTOS: Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile & 5K 2014 _2KT5809
Millennium Running is happy to continue providing FREE digital photos from our events in 2014 thanks to generous support from Geneia. We have partnered with Geneia to be the official Free Digital Photo sponsor again for 2014. Find out more about Geneia here. !!Free Digital Photos includes all digital products including a full size version. !! Coupon code ‘geneia’ will discount all Digital Photos in your cart to Free at once.100% discount on all digital products! Click here to view all of the photos from the 2014 Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile & 5K!! Click links below to browse photos below by closest approximate finish (gun) times. Pre-Race ...
•  Andy’s Roundup- Fireworks on the roads of Manchester…and more _2KT5809
Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile and 5K Manchester- July 3, 2014 Fullerton finally finishes first- After finishing third in 2012 and second in 2013 Pat Fullerton of Bradford, Massachusetts finished first at the Hinckly Allen Manchester Mile on July 3. With the rain holding off conditions seemed just ripe for a fast run and Fullerton did not disappoint. Racing down the long hill during the first half mile of the race Fullerton was on record setting pace. However, he would later admit the fast start wore him out and he could not keep up the record pace but held on for the win ...
•  BREAKING NEWS: Manchester Mile & 5K Runs Rain or Shine tumblr_lzyljp3rm31r9wcqno1_500
Our team at Millennium Running has been working with the City of Manchester and Police Department to closely monitor the inclement weather forecast for tonight. Safely of participants, spectators, volunteers, and staff is always our first concern. Our team will do everything possible to produce the Hinckley Allen Manchester Mile & 5k as scheduled, rain or shine! With a little luck and all the good karma from all of the runners, we are hopeful for a small window of time where we will get a break in the weather!! However, should there be visible lightening or lightening storm cells at the time of ...