Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Mt Washington - Top 100 Age graded Men


RankNameTimePercentAgeTown
1SimonGutierrez1:02:2498.1646Colorado Spring
2DaveDunham1:08:1991.1848Ward Hill
3RenoStirrat1:18:0587.0458Dorchester
4FrancisBurdett1:11:1786.6747Worcester
5PaulHammond1:14:2986.5152Lexington
6KevinTuck1:17:0685.855Salt Lake City
7KeithWoodward1:22:2884.7461Stowe
8MartinTighe1:17:3484.5454Providece
9SeanLivingston1:10:4984.4343Barrington
10HenryScollard1:15:0882.9148Cambridge
11ScottClark1:14:2182.3846Gilmanton
12GeorgeEtzweiler2:52:3582.1692State College
13ToddCallaghan1:12:1382.1342Beverly
14MarkMayall1:11:2381.7840Maynard
15PaulDoe1:19:3281.7353Derry
16JeffDay1:12:4180.9541Berea
17BrianRuhm1:16:2080.9347Nashua
18ChuckSmead1:26:0580.4160Mosca
19RobertEvers1:27:2379.9561Park City
20FergusCullen1:13:2679.4940Dover
21ErnestBrake1:19:5579.2650N Sutton
22MatthewCurran1:24:1978.4655Gloucester
23WilliamRiley1:46:2478.0376Centerville
24JeffGould1:19:2977.7247Gardner
25AndyMacDonald1:23:1277.4552Boston
26MarkBehan1:21:2577.1449Newton
27BruceWilkins1:28:5877.0959Fairport
28TimVan Orden1:18:1677.0144Bennington
29LenHall1:28:2576.8758Enfield
30RayJohnson1:21:1976.5948Littleton
31BradOverturf1:19:2676.4945Norwich
32JohnHogan1:20:4175.9246Washington Township
33RobertMulvaney1:31:3674.8859Auburn
34JeffHunt1:27:4674.7154Bangor
35DougMartyn1:26:4574.2852N Andover
36DarrinRees1:18:3674.2640Hartford
37MarshallRandolph1:36:0374.1363Wellesley
38HankSchiffman1:35:2973.8762New York
39BobGillis1:31:1273.8457Gloucester
40AllanSerrano1:21:5173.6444High Falls
41MiltonSchumacher1:40:3773.5967N Scituate
42AlfredAllen1:41:0073.3167Pascoag
43JohnMartin1:34:2773.2960Hyannis
44GaryRadford1:30:3773.0155Cicero
45BrianMulligan1:27:3872.951Providence
46JohnPajer1:26:2872.6349Leicester
47JohnKnepper1:23:4772.5245Midland Park
48DavidPrincipe1:23:5272.4545Cranston
49ChuckLandry1:32:2572.2256Plainfield
50JimCornell1:24:0972.2145Rochester
51WarrenAngell1:27:0172.1749Chepachet
52BarryLass1:26:2272.1248Cedar Knolls
53ChrisJasparro1:23:5971.7744Bristol
54RobertBradlee1:32:1871.6755Reading
55MarcOhlson1:34:1271.4957Conway
56KeithMcCormick1:34:1971.457Amherst
57JohnWeiner1:28:4471.3950Osceola
58DavidQuintal1:28:0171.3649Salem
59TrevorWard1:39:3070.8962Merrimack
60GaryGuion1:29:2270.8850Monroe
61CharlesMantos1:33:2770.7955Somersworth
62RichardStockdale1:39:0570.5261Mason
63StephenWhittey1:33:5570.4455Gloucester
64ChrisSpinney1:31:3170.4252Arlington
65MikeDoyle1:41:2370.2463Lynn
66KevinFagan1:28:0768.9445New Haven
67ThorKirleis1:26:0268.9342N Reading
68ChrisDeming1:28:2168.7745Danbury
69PeterHeslam1:28:4268.4945Newburyport
70JeffBrooks1:26:4068.4442Colebrook
71JohnTrunik1:28:2168.2244W Hartford
72StanKolpa1:42:3268.1561Vernon
73PatrickSavage1:32:3367.8649Williston
74RayFasano1:41:0567.8559N Scituate
75ThomasMiller1:27:2667.8242Marshfield
76MichaelLoughlin1:36:4267.8154Freeport
77DavidPenney1:27:5267.542Lyndeborough
78MichaelVitelli1:32:3367.348Marshfield
79PaulLetoile1:32:0767.0647Wakefield
80ToddTaska1:37:0566.9653Lowell
81AaronSolnit1:35:2966.9151Bath
82KarlLeitz1:31:0566.7145jersey city
83KeithO'Brien1:33:2866.6448Chelmsford
84WilliamMorse1:44:5666.5861Dracut
85RickPaine1:35:1666.4850Deltona
86DerekMiodownik1:29:1966.442Richmond
87FrankVecchiarelli1:33:0366.3947Toronto
88ChrisThibaudeau1:29:0366.0841Lyndonville
89EricMacKlin1:31:3365.8344Wayland
90KevinMcCoy1:41:2465.8156Johnston
91JohnCederholm1:54:4865.869Marion
92LincolnTaylor1:34:1265.5747New London
93GeneFahey1:49:5065.4564Holderness
94DougJohnstone1:49:0065.3363Camden
95MichaelGillis1:41:2265.2655Middlesex
96SteveTitcomb1:46:0565.2560Burlington
97JohnGriesemer1:50:2965.0764Lyme
98PaulCamire1:40:1364.8753Dunbarton
99TimLynch1:38:3164.8551N Kingstown
100JohnBourgeois1:35:1864.8147Northborough

2 comments:

Stephen P said...

Dave, I think you should modify your post title. This is not the "Top 100 Men", it is the top 100 who are over 40 years old. The winner, Saga Canaday, makes #2 on this list, and IMO deserves that recognition UNLESS you change it to say "Top 100 Age-graded Masters Men".

Could be simply that we differ on whether all ages should be age-graded or only Masters. I think age-grading is the great equalizer, thus all should be included.

Stephen

y42k said...

What Stephen said. Though it was cool to see George in the top 15.