Saunter, on Saturday, May 1, 2004. On
that date, hundreds of walkers will walk clockwise around Manhattan's 32-mile
shoreline starting at 7:30 AM from Fulton and South Streets in the South Street
Seaport. You can obtain further
information and register online at www.shorewalkers.org
Or contact Ed Martin at email@example.com
or 212-286-0039 for more information.
Don't forget to come out for the Club's Annual Kick Off Spring 5K which takes place this Saturday, April 24th.. A great post race party.
Although it may feel like summer - its really only Spring and the JSRC will host its annual Kick Off Spring 5K this Saturday. If you are not running in the JSRC Kick-off Spring 5k this Saturday and would like to come out for some fresh air, sunshine, friends, barbeque, beer, soda and more. We need some volunteers to help with registration, water stop, course marshaling and finish line chute. We will need registration folks by 8:00 AM and anyone else by 8:30 at the latest. You course marshals who are returning know the drill, be at the S. Belmar police station by 9:30 for assignment.
There will also be a Bar Anticipation FREE Pre-Registration Happy Hour from 6:00-7:00 this Friday night for all Club members, friends and pre-race shirt/number pick-up. We will be in the rear patio, so come on down sign-up, volunteer or just bandit the Happy Hour.
After the Race and Party head on over to Miles Ahead on Rt 35 in Manasquan for their Annual Tent Sale - lots of great deals on shoes and clothes all day Saturday and Sunday..
Congratulations to the following Jersey Shore Runners who completed the Boston Marathon:
Brian Downie 3:12:11; Bob Horn 3:27:55; Joe Donahue 3:37:50 ; Sutah Robins 4:30:50 ; Alicia Dibiase 3:41:40; Linda Piff 4:39; Liz Wenslauskas 4:01:08; Bill Hoffman 2:54:28; Mike Car 3:15:49; Elisa Riff 3:31:56; Christine Corey 3:45:11; Amy Stein 3:46:56; Linda Puzzo 3:50:10; Betty Shonts 4:03:34; Moira Horan 4:11:47; Mary Moriarty 4:49:28; Linda O'Brien Hochman 4:51:53; Mary Fitzgerald 5:22:08; Tim Daveles 3:18:55; Dave Przybyeko 3:34:32; Bob McGill 3:42:54; Norm Miller 3:39:44; Csaba Konya 3:43:00; Larry Schauer 3:41:26; Joe Santoro 4:47:06
L is for liver. mine,
yours, ours...the boston marathon is for drinkers! so much so they
peppered the course with imbiber cheerleaders. seemingly every other shirt in
front of me said "go liver". oh yes! i am serious.
granted, there was not a drop of alchohol offered me until the 20k mark where
some mindful soul handed me a pink plastic cup of beer. timely
just steps ahead. i am just hoping one of those "go liver" people were in the shot. either one of them, or that infamous dana farber. D is for dana. i never did figure out if that girl were ahead, beside, or behind me. the boston marathon is about giving.
ATHLETES VILLAGE: got teary eyed when john kelly sang. a pair of boston marathon gloves from some guy that appreciated my watching his place. a free race photo from hewlett packard.
THE COURSE: orange slices every few steps.
cold water from the spectators every few steps.
10 sponge baths.
a hot dog.
4 sticks of vaseline.
a hit of columbian. gotta love boston college.
eddy's real fruit popsicle.
a can of sierra mist soda.
a tangerine flavored power gel.
a boston marathon mylar wrap.
a tan (85 degrees).
THE FINISH: a pinch. walking to the hyatt regency shuttle some loser grabbed my ass. whereupon i threw my finish bag and medal to the ground and screamed in his face. !#&!!!! i think he is afraid of runners from this day forward.
THE SIGHTS: a transvestite in blonde wig and a pink flounced dress holding a water hose. a runner with "HUNG" on his back. a sign at wellesley "A GIRL LIKES A MAN WITH ENDURANCE. KEEP IT UP!"
to all of us with endurance. keep it up. see you in 6 days at the jersey shore marathon. one down. four to go.
sutah on the jersey shore
Complete results Posted Here - Check Out the Photo album
Read Asbury Park Press Article
The sun finally came out at this Year's Jersey Shore Relay after several rainy years. A record crowd of nearly 240 teams participated in the race representing over 1200 runners and they were treated to a nice tail wind which resulted in some pretty fast times at the Jersey Shore. The overall winning team in a record time of 2:22:22 was the MacGowan Agency Men who covered the 26.2 mile course in a record setting 2 hours 22 minutes and 22 seconds. The top women, team was the MacGowan Agency Women in a time of 3:03:45 and the top men's team was the Wall Street Brokers who finished in a time of 2:333:14. The Wall Street Brokers were last years winners then known as the "Hippies". Thanks to all the participants, volunteers and sponsors who made for a very memorable event to benefit Special Olympics.
As usual and for the 13th Year the JSRC will be assisting with the Special Olympics Track and Field Meet this year to be held on May 8th at Toms River South High School.. The event is always very rewarding so come on out. Volunteers will need to be at the High School by 9 AM to check in and help with set up. Send your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org as we need to make sure we have sufficient volunteers.
The High School is located in downtown Toms River on Hyers Street which is just off of Main Street- click here to get a map.
Complete Photo Album ORC Photo Album
Ocean County Observer Article
Rob DeFilippis, Tinton Falls, winner for second year, time 16:13 (on left)
Womens Winner was Alicia Kelly, Spring Lake Hts, time of 18:32
Second and third were JSRC members Amanda Cavallo (last years winner), in 18:07 and Molly Kempton, 19:26. (on right)
Dave Zurheide 18:56 (1ag)
Patrick Asay 20:09(2ag)
Scott Donnigan 24:13
Chelsea Donnigan (11 years old) 24:33 (PR)
Brian Marley 1:28:17
Brian Marley 20:17(1ag)
Read Asbury Park Press Article on the Race
Complete Results Now Posted - Lots More Pictures Here
Atlantic Herald Story
Race Director Phil Hinck had been promising a sunny day for the JSRC's Annual Sgt Pat's Race and there could not have been a better day for a race. Nearly 600 runners were treated to a fast flat course along the Atlantic Ocean. The course had to be adjusted to accommodate construction but it proved to be a very interesting one for the runners and spectators who saw the runners pass them on their return to the finish. The overall winner was Jesus Resendiz ( number 380 above) of Perth Amboy in a time of 15:49 and for the women it was Amanda Cavallo (number 54 above) of Bayville in a time of 18:25. There were as usual a large number of overall and age group awards as well as random prizes to include a grand prize of a bike. Many of the participants then proceeded to the Celtic Cottage for a buffet lunch outdoors in the courtyard.
The Race Benefited the Sgt Patrick King Scholarship fund which awards scholarships to students in the memory of the slain Long Branch Police Officer, Patrick King.
Among the Club finishers were: Marti Rettino 22:51(PR); Frank Pelcher 24:28; Mike Bair 17:38(PR); Joe Mirachi 24:56; Jim Robbins 32:20; Diane Cheer 28:05; Jack Cheer 20:59; Mindy Brady 30:06; Bob Gileski 24:15; Eileen Murphy 31:35; Matt Shafer 21:25; Jennifer Gunn 20:20; Sutah Robons 23:04; Randi Cohen 27:10; Guy Ryan 23:24; Pat Cavanaugh 20:32; Kathy Rand 26:18; Mike Badger 18:20; Greg Duffy 20:20; Emery Messenger 25:14; Scott Donnigan 24:33
With the return of Daylight Savings Time , the Wednesday Run at Holmdel Park has returned. The Run starts promptly at 6 PM. So come on out and see "Big Daddy" Jim Buckler, Marti "Cha Cha" Rettino, Bob "The Czar" Gileski, Dave "The Horn Tooter" DeMonico and all the rest of the JSRC Crew. You too can become a regular and qualify for the Golden Donut Award. All are welcome! Contact Dave Zurheide at DRZurheide@aol.com for more information.
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Habitat for Humanity is in need of a Construction Coordinator, Half Time to facilitate and supervise volunteers in constructing affordable housing. Work includes Saturdays. Previous employment in house construction required.
If you know of anyone who is interested please send resume to Habitat For Humanity of Long Branch by fax (732-728-1353) or by e-mail email@example.com.
South Belmar Mayor Lawrence Chiaravallo has vetoed a resolution by the Borough Council to restrict Road Races in the Borough. Citing the numerous charitable organizations who benefit from the races he indicted in a recent letter to a local newspaper, "I am embarrassed as the mayor of this town to tell these fine organizations that an ordinance passed by this council will now prohibit them from raising funds for medical research because a certain few who have not supported their objections to my satisfaction."
The Borough Council can still over ride the veto - stay tuned.
Congratulations to the Winners of the Annual April Fools Contest. The following submitted very compelling applications for the "new" reality TV show:
Sutah Robins; Dawn Ciccone; Frank Pelcher; William Aromando; Erin Higgens; Mandy Marziaz; Luan Hughes; Theresa Miranda; Colleen Glass; Francine Ungarten
They will be rewarded with a special gift for their efforts. Stop by the Club Tent at the Sgt Pat's Race next Saturday or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and shirt size.
Jeremy Pilkington (on the left) was the overall winner of the Annual Manasquan Fool's Run coming in at 17:03. For the Women it was grammar school wonder, Brianna Jackucewicz (on the right) in a time of 18:38. The huge crowd of 600 plus runners plus several hundred in the accompanying 1 mile run braved chilly damp weather to put in some strong times along the Jersey Shore course through town and along the ocean front. Congratulations to Manasquan Recreation for another great event. The Club again assisted at the finish line and offered complimentary baggage check for many participants. Among the Club Finishers were:
Guy Ryan 24:22; Jacilyn Doran 21:23; Linda Piff 24:18(1ag); Cheryl Scher 27:00; Peggy McKean 28:20; Marti Rettino 23:20(3ag); Dennis Hart 25:07; Jim Robbins 34:04; Frank Pelcher 26:28; Walter Falisiewicz 30:41; Jack Cheer 21:40; Jeremy Pilkington 17:03; Brianna Jackucewicz 18:38; Emery Messenger 26:10 ; Alan Soto 24:45: Bob Gileski 25:35; Matt Schaefer 21:50; Don Sutton 26:08; Marcia Draikiwicz 29:45; Tom Natoli 28:44; Sutah Robins 24:34;
There are a lot of you out there who are not yet members or have let their membership lapse. Well, here is a great deal. Join the Jersey Shore Runniong Club now and you don't need to renew until July 2005! So check it out and enjoy all the benefits of Club membership. Just click on the link to the left to get an application or join on line. New members also get a shirt.
i blew off the more marathon last weekend in central park because brunch sounded
better sunday morning than a drive up to run 5 loops in the park. boring.
in hindsight, i regretted blowing off my 2004 goal of a marathon a month for
crablegs and mimosas. so i scrambled to find one for this past
weekend.drove down the night prior and grabbed a room in wildwood. in the
morning i drove to the finish, shuttled to the start. while waiting for
the shuttle to fill i some guy talked me into joining the 50 states club. then
want to do the continents.
start... wow, uncle bills pancake house! right on the start line. hot
coffee, eggs, bacon and PANCAKES! i love cake.
i grabbed a paper from the host hotel and shivered over to uncle bill's.
standing at the door was the manager... telling runners to move along unless
they were coming in to eat. big sign on the door: "bathrooms
for patrons only" jesus, welcome to the jersey shore, huh,
uncle bill? pushed my boobage past the patrol and hopped up on a counter
stool. spread out the paper, ordered my PANCAKES ( i love cake) and
became privy to an hour of staff complaints about runners. i almost said
something when i heard a waitress say "they'll be gone by 9."
instead, i took the attitude to change one mind at a time and left a
$20 tip and a smile. we certainly know now why that is the race start.
windy. windy. did
i mention it was WINDY?
instead of my
usual song "smokin" by boston, the song for this race was
definately "blowin in the wind" by bob dylan. i
don't have a clue what the m.p.h. was but i did not apply blush when i went out
dancing later. loved
running over the bridges, just because i liked the volunteers pushing us towards
the middle so we wouldn't blow over the railings to the frigid waters below.
long ass straight run through
the tightly packed summer homes. i mean, you could literally share
a cup of coffee with your neighbor by leaning out your kitchen
window. did i say coffee, i meant kiss. anyone spending the
summer that close to one another has just got to enjoy intimacy. the
finish...pet peeve: a 25 year old man racing me through the chute.
especially when i encouraged him twice over the last few miles. arrggghh.
alas, this too shall blow over.
sutah on the jersey shore.
Sutah Robins 4:12:24
ORN: 1 mile. too windy. went shopping. i already did a wind run this week.
Club Members who completed this event included:
Diane Cheer 1:36:38; Norm Miller 1:06:44; Russ Stallone 1:09:30; Bill Burke 1:17; Graham Wisdom 1:13:19; Patrick Asay 1:05:14(PR); Tom Natoli 1:30:38; Mike Bair 59:17(2ag); Dawn Ciccone 1:11; Peggy McKean 1:41
Jack Cheer 21:39(1ag); Frank Pelcher 25:30; Ken Vercammen 18:04(1st OA), Leslie McKerman 27:54; Jim Mergel 25:41
Sally Klalsma 23:26(1ag)
Parent/Child Team with daughter Dana
Keith McHeffey 5K
Jim Mergel 26:44
Leslie McKernan 26:41
Mindy Marziaz 24:13
The JSRC is registered in the team competition for the Boston Marathon. Bob Horn, Joe Donahue, and Gary Krebs are currently on the JSRC Open Men team, and are looking for additional members. Open Women, Masters Men and Masters Women Teams can be entered as well. Contact Bob Horn Hornrunbob@aol.com if you are running Boston and are willing to be a part of the team competition.
register for the races go to philadistancerun.org
Marathon and 5k race, Sunday, September 19, 2004, ½ Marathon 8am, 5k 1030am
Check in Hotel Windsor 9/18/04, Check out 9/19/04- Benjamin Pkwy. And 17th St.- All Suite Hotel
$119 +tax per room , Please RSVP
Ira Wiss -732-577-8998
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Runners were treated to a windy day for the Freehold Area Running Club annual event. Congratulations to all participants, and thanks to the JSRC members who helped out with parking and baggage check.
5K Results 10M Results
FARC Photo of 10M Start
Pam Caucino 1:31:22
Greg Mendina 1:03:35
Norm Miller 1:10:10
Patrick Asay 1:11:36 (PR)
Jennifer Gunn 1:11:58 (1AG)
Mary Conry 1:12 (1AG)
Gene Caffrey 1:12:08 (PR)
Jon Brodsky 1:12:17
Russ Stallone 1:12:38 (3AG)
William Aromando 1:14
Linda Puzzo 1:17 (2AG)
Steve Foley 1:17:22
Jim Persicketti 1:18:30
Graham Wisdom 1:19:50
Linda Piff 1:20:30 (1AG)
Marty Dugan 1:23
Donald Sutton 1:33:22
Alison Soto 1:33:24
Tom Natoli 1:35:10
Annette Dillon 1:36
Marilyn Ryder 1:36
Frank Pelcher 1:36
Jaime Soto 1:48
Peggy McKean 1:48
Kenneth Vercammen 18:51
Brian Marley 20:18
Robert Galizio 22:05
Vicki Elbrecht 26:20
Donna Mehler 30:30
Jersey Shore Running Club member Ira Wiss and his wife Adrian hosted a wonderful post race party at their new home near the St. Paddy's race course. A large contingent of JSRC members had a great time. Thanks Ira and Adrian
Held in Central Park on March 21st - first-time event for women over 40. The JSRC was represented...
Jacqueline Kapinowski 4:24:13
Mary Moriarty 4:46:23
Lois Eder 1:56
Mary Wheeler 1:58
Jessie Joseph 2:17
Diane Cheer 2:23
Deana MacLean 2:40
If you need a team member to round out your team for the Jersey Shore Relay or if you would like to hook up with a team we have set up a special area on the Runner's Forum to post your messages. Don't forget pre-registration ends on March 28. We need your registration info so we can send you an info packet scheduled to be mailed out on April 1.