A great day for a run at the Annual Lake Como 5K. The weather was ideal and a turn out of over 300 runners participated in the race dedicated to the memory of Grannia Maggio.
There was a repeat of last week's results from the Blue Claws 5K. For the men repeating was Luciano Oliveira of Long Branch 9on the left) in a time of 17:12 followed by Phil Wood of Forked River in 17:14 and then Stephen Roman of Monroe in 17:21, Roger Hopper of Forked River in 18:27 and Mike Foley of Edison in 20:02.
On the women's side also repeating from last week was Krissa Loretto (on the right) of Toms River in a time of 19:21 followed by Devin Solvik of Jackson in 20:14, Meagan Droplain of Aberdeen in 20:21, Stephanie Dixon of Madison in 20:49 and Susan Berotti of Brooklyn in 22:09.
Thanks to all the volunteers led by Race Director, Jerry Frazee who made the race possible.
Club Finishers included: Dave Terra Nova 23:48
Alane Mahoney 1:57
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Susan Grant 44:34, Alan Palestine 44:34
Chris Wilcox 2:23:31
Saturday, May 5, 9:30 AM, Sandy Hook Lighthouse 5K Run/Walk for the Blind, Gateway National Park, 3rd Annual event, presented by Eatontown Lions, to benefit Camp Happiness, Application, On line Registratrion , email@example.com
Sunday, May 6, 9:30 AM, Rumson-Fair Haven Run, Rumson, NJ, 5 mile, 9:30am, 3K, 11:15, Application, Online Registration, 732-741-2140
Tom Natoli 2:19:07, Grace Baratta Perez 2:32:48
We need 35 to 40 JSRC members and their friends to volunteer at the 3rd Annual Reebok Grand Prix Track and Field event
on Saturday, June 2, 2007. The event is at a world class track and field event venue at Randal's Island in NY City.
We volunteered at this event last year and have been invited back by event organizers. No previous experience is necessary as the
tasks involved all the way from selling tickets to the event, handing out programs, escorting the runners to the start, and general
setup of the event logistics.
For all volunteers last year, Reebok provided a pair racing running shoes, a golf shirt and a hat. Also provided were snacks and drinks.
The club will coordinate a luxury bus to bring us there and back. It will be from Lincroft/Red Bank GSP commuter parking lot. The
cost of the bus trip will be $20. Club will provide additional soda and snacks for the trip. The event starts at 5 pm and goes until 9 pm.
The bus will leave the commuter lot at 2 pm so we are there around 3 pm to help with the organization. We will leave after the event completes.
This is your chance to see world class athletes up-close and in person and also see potential world records set.
If you are interested in volunteering, send email to Raman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Pelcher 25:25
Asbury Park Press Article - Jim Robbins Article
The Sun finally shined down on the Jersey Shore Relay after a few years of rainy weather. And what a day it was. With 323 teams competing in this year's event the runners made their way form Seaside Heights to the finish in Asbury Park with the sun shining bright and were treated to a great post race party at the Asbury Park Convention Hall..
The overall winning team was the McGowan Men's Team in a time of 2:31:50. Other top teams were: New York Athletic Club Team 3 in a time of 2:37:20 and the Jersey ShoreTri Club in a time of 2:40:33. Check the Results for all finishers and complete category results.
The best dressed team is shown on the left - THe Jersey Shore Relay Super Heroes who made a spcial appearance for the Relay.
Thanks to all the volunteers from the Jersey Shore Running Club, Special Olympics and the Southeast District Elks Special Children's Committee who made for a Really SPECIAL Day..
First Place teams who did not pick up their awards at the Award Ceremony can pick them up this Tuesday at the JSRC Club Meeting to be held at the Deal Fire House at 7 PM.
Volunteers who did not receive their shirts can also pick up them up at the meeting.
It was a perfect day for a Ball Game and for a 5K race at the beautiful First Energy Blue Claws Stadium in Lakewood. The final score in the main event was JSRC's LUCIANO Oliveira of Long Branch finishing on the left as first male finishers in a time of 16:59 and for the women it was KRISSA Loretto (age 15) of Toms River in a time of 18:38
The race was sponsored by the Asbury Park Press and Ocean County Observer and staged by the Ocean Running Club with Race Director Phil Hinck.
Runners enjoyed a post race Baseball Game. The winners got to throw out the first ball.
Among the club finishers were: Doug Stetter 36:08, Marti Stetter 36:07, Marty Fitzpatrick 19:55(2ag), Ralph Garfield 22:18(1ag)
Karen Gregory 31:56, Jack O'Connell 21:15
Among the many Jersey Shore finishers were: Matt Hannay 2:51;35, bob Horn 2:56:37, Kevin McNamara 3:06:38, Mick Morris 3:07:51, Rich Brugger 3:20:27, Paul Weber 3:22:42, Ken Coles 3:26:32, Csaba Konya 3;56:36, Mike Baker 4:01:11, Larry Schauer 3;45;12, Denise Kelley 3:34:48, John Paradise 4:00:36, Lisa Caucino 4:08:14, Karen Gianforte 4:08:48, Michael Gianforte 4:08:49, Michelle Rawls 4:09:31, Michael Turano 4:10:19, Larry Rosenblatt 4:21:29, Dick Heuser 4:23, Sutah Robins 4:33, Allison Scaduto 5:10, Bernie McCauley 5:32
It was an ideal day for running at the first Annual Parkhill 5K race held at Joe Palaia Park in Ocean Township. A field of nearly 200 runners competed with the weather a bit chilly but ideal for the runners which took them through the winding trails of the Park.
Overall Winners were:
|Jason Robbie, 15:15, Red Bank, 30||1st||Leslie Naughton, 19:44, Brielle, 40|
|Luciano Oliviera, 15:42, Long Branch, 28||2nd||Kiernan Delaurier, 19:54, Atl. Highlands, 26|
|Jeremy Pilkington, 15:50, Allenhurst, 26||3rd||Rebecca Beirne, 20:02, Red Bank, 28|
Congratulations to Matt Shafer and all the volunteers who put on a successful first year event.
Diane Diolivera 1:32:06
Neither heavy rain nor cold nor severe winds kept a small field of dedicated athletes from the completion of their appointed founds in the 42nd annual Captain Ronald Zinn Memorial Races Sunday, April 15th at the Wall Township, N.J. Municipal Complex. Brian Hill of Middletown led the 5K runners in 19:38, followed by John Behrens of Howell (21:44) and Larry Bergmayer of Spring Lake (22:33.) Women's winner was Chelsea Hayes of Ocean Township (30:44.) The scheduled 10-kilometer walk was reduced to 5K and saw John Soucheck of Little Silver (25:25), John Fredericks of Neptune (30:07) and Tom Quattrocchi of Spotswood (30:26) place 1-2-3. Women's walk winner was Maria Paul of Long Branch (35:35.)
Chelsea Hayes 32:50, Bob Hayes 32:54
Chris Wilcox 1:02:28
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If it is cancelled - may want o consider running in the Relay as Iron Man/Woman next Saturday.
Saturday, April 21, 8 AM, Jersey Shore Relay Distance Run, Individual Run of 26.2 Miles, Seaside Heights to Asbury Park, NJ, Register On Line at JerseyRunner.com, This is only for those who will be doing the entire course on their own
Press Article on Sgt Pat's
Fred Linkhart 23:51
A crowd of over a thousand runners came out to honor Long Branch Police Officer Patrick King at the Annual Sgt Pat's 5K Race held in Long Branch, NJ. The runners had to deal with some frigid temperatures and a strong head win on the return of the out and back course along the ocean front. The overall winner Stefan Berndt of Dresden, Germany (on the left) in a time of 16:02 was followed by Dan Newman of Englishtown in a time of 16:53 and Pedro Espinosa of Freehold in a time of 17:07. . For the women it was Tara Sarnacki of Long Branch (on the right) in a time of 19:30 followed by Gaby Barrett of Freehold in a time of 20:44 and Cara Natoli of Belmar in a time of 22:03.
Sgt King was slain in the line of duty several year's ago and the race which was formerly the St Patty's Day 5K was renamed in his honor.
Kid's Races were also held inside of Seven President's Park and the Easter Bunny was on hand to greet them as they finished.
A post race party was held at the Celtic Cottage.
Congratulations to Race Directors Phil and Penny Hinck for a very memorable event as well as all the volunteers from the Jersey Shore Running Club and other local organizations which made the event possible.
Among the many club finishers were: Ralph Garfield 23:16, tom Natoli 28:55, Peggy McKean 30:49, Terry McKean 26:13, Jack O'Connell 22:25, Allison Milancewich 36:46, Karen Gregory 31:24
Please Note: We were not allowed to take photos during the filming and all quotes are quarantined until the ads are played on the air. Everyone was required to sign a waiver and release. The ads will air during the NBA Finals.
Please Note that there are no compiled results for this Race.
A huge field of over a thousand runners competed in the annual Manasquan Fool's Run. JSRC's and 107.1 The Breeze's Diane Diolivera was the women's winner in a time of 19:21 followed by JSRC's Gabby Barrett in a time of 19:48 and Jocilyn Doran in 19:55. For the men it was. Pedro Espinosa in a time of 16:15 followed by JSRC's Matt Hannay in a time of 16:25 and Jay McGovern in 16:28.
Among the Club Finishers were: Matt Hannay 16:28, Brian Marley 20:16, John Moetz 20:09, Thom Rogasis 26:55, Ed Alburtus 19:12, David Terra Nova 23:01, Leslie McKernan 22:35, Marti Stetter 25:03, Dennis Hart 26:06, William Aromando 20:56, Jack Cheer 22:16, Diane Cheer 27:10, Allison Milancewich 37:00, Tom Natoli 30:32< Martin Terry Jr (Age 8) 30:00, Martin Terry Sr 30:05
Al McKean's Father Passed Away -at the Age of 83
The Club has been approached by Dunkin Donuts to participate in a new National Ad Campaign featuring people and groups that "Run on Dunkin". Dunkin's Theme is "America Runs on Dunkin" and The Club and Dunkin Donuts also share Orange in their Official Colors.
This coming Thursday at the regular JSRC Thursday Evening Club Run Dunkin Donut's Advertising Company (Hill, Holiday) will be at the Dunkin Donuts store in Belmar on Ocean Avenue filming a promotional video. The Producers will select 10 people to participate in a video which will be part of the national promotional campaign. The advertising company has asked us to collect short essays from those who are interested on "Why I Run on Dunkin" - it must be short enough to fit in a 30 second clip. We will then submit them to Hill, Holiday for a pre -screening. Entrants will be taped reciting their essay on Thursday at 6 PM at Dunkin Donuts and the top ten will be selected based on the essay, the uniqueness and character of the presentation - they have emphasized that uniqueness is most important and are looking for people wearing unique clothes, costumes, hair, etc.
So put your thinking cap on and send in your short essay on "Why I Run on Dunkin" to email@example.com. and then stop by Dunkin Donuts this Thursday. Spectators are also welcome. Submissions must be received by 9 AM DST, Tuesday, April 3rd - You must pre register. Include your name and address. All participants will be required to sign a waiver and must be at least 18 years of age..
Larry Jones 1:28:12, Sara Shaugnessey 1:47:35, Yuliya Priporina 1:28:22, Donna Mehler 1:51:59, Marty Fitzpatrick 1:10:50
Ralph Garfield 23:15(1ag)
Frank Pelcher 1:05, Shelly Pelcher 1:05
Fred Linkhart 1:17:38, Scott Winrow 1:04:18(3ag), Marcia Winrow 1:08:35(1ag), Carol Irwin 1:18:24, Larry Perlberg 1:15;18, Susan Sanatore 1:27:27
Grace Barratta Perz 31:35, laura Perlberg 26:45
Tom Natoli 1:00:22
Chris Wilcox 5:26:24
Monday, June 11, JSRC Women's Running 101, a 12-Week Running Fitness Program, classes at 5:00 PM and 6:30 PM
The Red Bank Elks located on West Front Street host a monthly breakfast the first Sunday of the month - its a great place to stop after a run - it starts this Sunday. Stop after the Sunday Run or after Indian Trails - or just stop in for Breakfast. We would like to make this a regular event for the Club - if anyone is interested in being the coordinator let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Club's Wednesday Evening Run has started at Holmdel Park. We meet at 6 PM at the Visitor's Center where there are bathrooms, water fountains and a place to hang out. We generally stop at Perkins for a bite to eat after the run for anyone who is interested. Its a beautiful and challenging course through the park. We do from 3 to 6 miles and all paces are represented. Its convenient from the Parkway if you are coming home from the North back to the Shore - Please stop by - all are welcome.