Andy’s Roundup: Costume party on the run….and more
CHaD Trick or Trot- With dozens of runners and walkers dressed in costumes while participating in a road race the CHaD Trick or Trot 3K looked like a moving costume party in Manchester on Saturday night, October 25. At the head of the pack were two of New Hampshire top runners, Louis Saviano of Sandown and Stephanie Burnham of Goffstown. Saviano was the men’s winner in 9 minutes 31 seconds with Burnham taking top honors for the women in 10:58. Overall, there were 1,087 finishers.
Andy’s Roundup: Nashua runner crosses the border for win…and more
Ashworth Awards BayState Marathon/Half Marathon- The trip from Mike Danaher’s home in Nashua to Lowell, Massachusetts for his first marathon was less than the 26.2 miles he ran once the race got underway. Regardless, it was a great day for the 23 year old on Sunday, October 19 as he finished first at the Ashworth
Male: Win a race while running with your dog is no easy feat so Laconia’s Sam Wood, and his dog Tucker, deserve the spotlight this week. Wood beat a field of 255 runners and walkers at the My Dog’s Are Barking 5K at Derryfield Park, Manchester, a race that allowed runners and walkers to participate
Male: Nacho Hernando, Concord- After spending the summer at his home in Spain Hernando has returned to New Hampshire and the 2013 N.H. Runner of the Year won the Northeast Delta Dental Halfway To St. Patrick’s Day 5K. Female: The Millennium Running women’s team won their division at the Lone Gull 10K in Gloucester, Massachusetts
Male: Amos Sang of Chicopee, Massachusetts ran one of the fastest times ever at a New Hampshire ten mile road race when he won the New Hampshire Ten Miler.   Female: Amherst’s Karin Biskovich and Nashua’s Lynda Lubelczyk share the honor for earning medals at the ITU Sprint World Triathlon Championships in Edmonton, Alberta. Got
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
  Men: New Hampton’s Justin Freeman was the top New Hampshire runner at the Cigna/Elliot Corporate 5K Road Race in Manchester. His time, 14:57, is the fastest 5K so far this year at a New Hampshire race.   Women: Two triathletes share the honor. Three weeks after winning Ironman Lake Placid Concord’s Amber Ferreira finished
Men: Tuftonboro’s Nathan Kenison trailed after the swim and bike but came from behind to win the Kingston Triathlon by 26 seconds. Women: Hampstead’s Amy Bernard won the Epsom Old Home Days Four Miler. The race was part of the 2014 New Hampshire Grand Prix Series making it one of the feature events in New
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
  Men: Concord’s Keith Lundquist finished third at the Canterbury Woodchuck Classic 5K and that finish enabled Lundquist to finish win the championship of the 2014 Capital Area Race Series.   Women: Concord’s Amber Ferreira won Ironman Lake Placid, one of the country’s premier Ironman Triathlons.
Men: Manchester’s Mark Hecox earns the honor with his win at the Give Peace A Tri in Surry. Hecox finished the sprint triathlon in 45 minutes, 41 seconds.   Women: Gotta think out of the box for this one. This past week Newmarket’s Jessica Goldman finished an extraordinary run that took her from San Francisco
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
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
  Female: Larissa Dannis, Strafford – All hail Ms. Dannis!! All she did this past weekend is travel to California and finish second at the Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run, the world’s oldest and most prestigious ultra marathon 100 mile trail race. Dannis finished the race in 18 hours, 29 minutes only 28 minutes
Athlete of the Week – 7/15 – 7/21/14
Male: Andrew Huebner, Portsmouth – Two outstanding performances highlighted Huebner’s recent efforts. On June 14th Huebner won the state’s largest 10K, the Market Square Day 10K in his hometown. Eight days later, on June 22 Huebner ran one of the fastest marathons ever for a New Hampshire runner when he finished 15th at the Grandma’s
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