- 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 Complete 6 out of 8 2014 Series Races to earn the 2014 Jacket
- 2014 New Hampshire 10 Miler The perfect way to get ready for our NE Half Marathon
- 2014 Northeast Delta Dental Halfway to St. Patrick's Day The most fun you can have with a kilt on!
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| • BIB LOOK-UP: NH 10 Miler 2014 |
2014 MR NH 10 Miler Auburn, NH 9:00 am Saturday, August 30, 2014 Click here for Relay bib# look-up! BIB NUMBER LOOKUP - NH 10 Miler RELAY Last Name First Name No. Relay Team ...
| • PHOTOS: NH XC Festival 2014 |
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 NH XC Festival!! Click links below to browse photos. Wave A • Wave B • Wave C • Wave D The ...
| • ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: Jesse Young and Amy Bernard |
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Men: Rochester’s Jesse Young won the Saunders At Rye Harbor 10K on August 22. Two days later he won the Thunder Chicken 5K, giving him two wins in three days at New Hampshire races. Women: Hamptead’s Amy Bernard beat a strong field to be top female at the New Hampshire XC Festival at Derryfield Park in Manchester.
| • Updated Points Chase Standings as of the NH-XC Festival |
Ladies and gentlemen! The updated points standings are here and ready for you to have a look at! Congratulations to Steven Krejckant leading the men and Erin Battis leading the women in total points! Less than a week away from Millennium Running’s NH 10 Miler before we recalculate the points! Get over to Facebook and let everyone know how you are doing!! You can get more info about the Millennium Running Points Chase HERE!!
| • Andy’s Roundup: Hundreds Run XC in Manchester…and more |
The Millennium Running NH XC Festival-One of the most historic sites on the New England cross country scene, Derryfield Park, Manchester, was the center of activity on Saturday, August 23. Over 600 runners, from high school age to their 60’s, took part in one of eight events run at Derryfield. After the four high school races that were 2.1 miles four open races of the 5K distance took place. The top male was Nashua’s Joshua Grant in 16 minutes, three seconds. Hampstead’s Amy Bernard was top female in 19:51. The other fun part of the day was the school competition amongst ...
| • Andy’s Roundup: N.H.’s Biggest Road Race and Triathlon…and more |
Cigna/Elliot Corporate 5K Road Race-For the second time in three years Abiyot Worku of Bronx, New York was the winner of the Cigna/Elliot 5K in Manchester. Worku won with a time of 14 minutes, 23 seconds, the fastest time this year at a New Hampshire 5K in 2014. Boston’s Brian Harvey was second in 14:41 with two other runners breaking 15:00, Abu Kebede of New York City (14:55) and New Hampton’s Justin Freeman (14:57). On the women’s side Grace Kahura of New Paltz, New York took top honors in 16:35 with former New Hampshire runner, Rachel Schneider, now living in Sanford, ...
| • Andy’s Roundup- N.H. Grand Prix stops in Epsom…and more |
Epsom Old Home Days Four Miler-A small but fast group of runners gathered in Epsom for the Epsom Old Home Days Four Miler road race. The race was part of the 2014 New Hampshire Grand Prix Series which accounted for some of state’s fastest runners taking part. Hanover’s Alex Hall was the men’s winner in 21 minutes, 36 seconds. Hampstead’s Amy Bernard was top female in 24:22. Total number of finishers was 110. Results: http://www.coolrunning.com/results/14/nh/Aug10_EpsomO_set1.shtml Kingston Triathlon- Both the men’s and women’s races were decided in the final stages of the Kingston Triathlon sprint race. Trailing after the swim and run Tuftonboro’s ...
| • ATHLETE of the WEEK: Bruce Butterworth and Anna McCusker |
Male: At age 61 Hampton’s Bruce Butterworth won the Marshmallow Man triathlon in Laconia. He may have been the oldest individual to ever win a N.H. road race or triathlon. Female: At the other end of the age spectrum 14 year old Anna McCusker of Northwood won the Kingman Farm Trail Race in Madbury