The 2019 Hashathon took place on November 10th at the scenic six-mile course in Cheesequake Park encompassing winding wooded trails, gullies, footbridges, streams, mud, fallen trees, leaves, varmints, and several eco-systems. You will run through cedar forest & beautiful wetlands. It was a tough, challenging and hilly, but (most) everyone finished intact. This race was an official JSRC sponsored event and benefited local charities: Blessing Bag Brigade and St. Luke’s Community Dinner. The post-race Party included free BEER, PIZZA and live music from GOLDENSEAL!!! Awards were given for: Top 3 Overall, Top 3 10-year Age Groups through 80! Additional fun awards / Special Raffles and other prizes were given! The Results are included in the below PDF.
☠️ Click Here for pix from the start and finish lines, courtesy of Dennis Dempsey
☠️ Click Here for the trail, award, and post-race party pix, courtesy of Tom Zapcic Photography
THANK YOU to all runners and volunteers for another great year!!
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Come join us at our monthly club meeting a held Wednesday, November 20th at 7:15 PM at the Bradley Beach Fire House. Get updates on club activities and events and meet some great people who also love to run.
When: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 | 7:15 pm
Location: Bradley Beach Fire House
Address: 815 Main Street., Bradley Beach, NJ
Each year the Jersey Shore Running Club hosts and operates numerous events with the goal to donate proceeds to local charities. Our club members are the race directors and volunteer that work hard to make sure races are fun and safe. Below are the remaining Club sponsored races set for the 2019 calendar year:
Navesink Challenge, Sunday, December 1st, Bodman Park, Navesink, NJ - Price increase Septermber 23rd - Click Here for more info or to register
Fall Train Run, Sunday, December 8th, Asbury Park, NJ - Click Here for more info or to register
Tuesday, December 31, The New Years Eve 2 mile Twilight Fun Run/Walk , Manasquan, NJ
If you can't run, consider volunteering for any of these events. Please reach out to Michelle Mendes at firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Trick or Trot was this past Sunday. This race is an official JSRC event and is happening on Sunday, October 27th. There are several events happening at the Trick or Trot. The main event is a 4-Mile race, which kicks off at 11 AM, so you can sleep in. Other events for the day include the Harry Drazin Memorial Race Walk, the Pet Walk and the Kids Race. All event costs and times are listed on the registration page. Click Here for more information and results now.
When: Sunday, October 27, 2019 | 11:00 am
Location: Deal Casino
Address: 125 Ocean Ave, Deal, NJ 077236
It’s time for the JSRC Cross Country Team to defend it’s 2018 2nd Place finish in the Shore AC Cross Country Series. All races are about 5K throughout various Monmouth County Parks. We need 3 men & 3 women each week to field a full team. Overall team scoring is based on the best 4 weeks. No experience necessary!! Only $7/race or $35 for the entire series - just put “JSRC” as your team when you sign in for the race. Get more information or sign up Click Here. Contact Mike Procopio, Steve Apostolacus, or Carly Alburtus for more details.
SCHEDULE (Weekly updates will be posted to our Facebook Group)
Saturday, September 28th - Holmdel Park
Saturday, October 5th - Wolf Hill Park
Saturday, October 12th - Tatum Park (Holland Road Entrance)
Saturday, October 19th - Shark River Park
Sunday, October 27th - Holmdel Park
Saturday, November 2nd - Thompson Park (Longbridge Road Entrance)
Best of luck to all Jersey Shore Running Club members running the Chicago Marathon this Sunday, especially these 2 Group Run Rockstars! 26.2 should be a piece of cake compared to 34.6.
As the birds start to fly south for the winter, it’s time for the Thursday Night Run’s annual migration north to Asbury Park.
Starting Thursday, September 26, we will meet at 6 PM inside Convention Hall in Asbury Park. Unless there’s an event, you can usually avoid paying for parking by parking in the lot behind the Wonder Bar.
Everything else remains the same - typical distance is 4-6 miles. All paces & experience levels welcome. And we still go out to dinner after the run.
The Sunday Runday Group Run has moved back to an 8 AM start time. Sunday Runday meets in Ocean Grove on the Boardwalk (Main & Ocean Aves) right by the flag pole. We typically head out south on the boardwalk and run through Bradley Beach, Avon, Belmar and Spring Lake and then back to Ocean Grove. Sometimes we head north into Asbury Park. Join us and run anywhere from 3-10 miles with the great group of regulars. When its marathon training season, don't be surprised if runners are getting in between 12 and 20 miles.
What?: Enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow members over dinner & drinks on a 3-hour tour along the Manasquan River, Point Pleasant Canal and Barnegat Bay on a river boat. Includes: Buffet Dinner, Open Bar, and DJ.
When?: Saturday, September 14th, 6-9 PM
Where?: Broadway Basin, 47 Broadway, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
Cost?: $65 through 8/23. $75 after. JSRC members whose memberships are active in RunSignup are eligible for a $5 discount on the registration fee through August 23. Discount will be automatically applied at checkout.
Please note: This is an adults (21 & over) only event and is limited to the 1st 100 to register. Click Here for Online Registration.
All were invited to join the JSRC's annual event to memorialize those from the Jersey Shore who were lost on September 11, 2001. This was not a race. No charge registration fee, no t-shirts, no clock, no bib numbers and no awards. It will be your most memorable run of the year.The run is about 3 miles. Runners started in Belmar with the reading of the first section of names from the Jersey Shore who were lost on that tragic day. We will run in Silence as a group to the September 11 Memorial in Spring Lake where more names will be read by all of the runners and flags and flowers will be placed on the memorial. We will then proceed to a memorial as a group again in silence where the rest of the names will be read. After an additional moment of silence we will return to the start. A post run reception will then be held for all of the participants.Pictures & videos from previous years' events can be found here: https://www.jsrc.org/9-11-memorial-run
The Jersey Shore Running Club held our 26th Annual Women's 5K on Saturday August 31, at Holmdel Park. The Saturday in the Park Women's 5K benefits women's shelters and charities in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. This year we had nearly 300 finishers in the 5K, plus about 20 kids in the children’s races. The great work by our volunteers ensures that the event gets better every year – and our runners and walkers truly appreciate the support. Check out the Website for links to race results, photos, aerial video and recap article.
Click Here for the RECAP Article
Click Here for the RESULTS Link
Click below for PHOTO links:
Start/ finish and Awards
Thanks, again, for helping make the 26th Saturday in the Park a success!
Registration for RunAPalooza, half marathon, relay and 5k is now open. This is the Jersey Shore Running Clubs biggest race each year. The 2020 RunAPalooza will take place on Saturday, April 4, 2020 in Asbury Park, NJ.
Click Here to register now and for race information, including how to get involved and volunteer.
For the 1st time, The Rock 'N' Roll Marathon Series comes to the Garden State. On May 16th, 2020, Rock 'N' Roll Atlantic City 1/2 Marathon will take place in a "Twilight" race. The race will begin before sundown and will cover over 6 miles on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Fund raising efforts support the lifesaving work of St. Jude, St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. For more info about this event Click Here.
Come out and join this Thursday's group run and meet special guest Marc David, author of "The Addicted Runner". Marc David is a veteran journalist whose writing career spans three decades, during which time he has covered the sports spectrum from heavyweight boxing champions to the Olympics. Throughout his career, or perhaps in spite of it, he has managed to run every day. A native of Allentown, Pennsylvania, Marc now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he writes books, contributes articles to newspapers, and is available for speaking engagements.
Also note that Marc Davis will be at Road Runner Sports Shrewsbury at the packet pickup for the Asbury Park Sheehan Classic 5K on Friday between 3-7 PM.