Wednesday, March 20, 2013

USATF New England Grand Prix

It is very early in the series but here are the masters standings after 2 of the 7 races.  Do I compromise Mt Washington and attempt the 5km champs?

MEN 40-4410M13.1m5K5m10K30K26.2mPTS
JosephNavasWRT10919
JasonPorterCMS7714
JoeShairsCMS6511
ChrisMagillBAA1010
BinneyMitchellGMAA99
KevenO'NeilBAA88
ErikNedeauNB Boston88
AndySpauldingDirigo66
BrianAllenWRT325
ToddCallaghanGCS55
PeterBottomleyDirigo44
JoeNoonanGMAA44
JustinRenzHFC33
MikeGirouardGLRR213
KevinDelaneyCSU11
MEN'S 45-4910M13.1m5K5m10K30K26.2mPTS
DaveDunhamCMS10919
WayneLevyBAA8816
ScottAndersonWRT9716
GregoryPicklesimerSRR1010
TitusMutindaTeam RUN77
ChristopherGouldGSH347
DavidPrincipeTNT66
AlejandroHeuckGSH66
Terry McNattCSU55
MattCzaplinskiCSU55
ChristopherSmithSRR224
PeterFratiniGSH44
MichaelEarlyGMAA33
JosephCannistraroGBTC11
NormanBouthillierWRT11

3 comments:

Greg said...

I think you could safely do the 5K. You do a lot of miles and doubles. I think you would recover in time. Maybe do a couple runs with downhills on the roads so you're used to the descent and less likely to be sore. I think I'm going to do both races.

mtnrunr said...

Donna says... Dave, you are extremely fit, and have an amazing sense of how you handle training and racing loads. Perhaps you should ask yourself the question, "What is my goal for this running season?"

Your sense of your own training, and your goal should inform your decision. If nothing else, "Run with your heart and have fun!"

Stay active,
Donna

double-d said...

Yeah, I'm going to do some test runs at the same time before a couple of races this spring and see what happens.

Donna/Fred - What is a "running season"? I'm constantly shooting for a bunch of goals so it is tough to narrow it down. I want to do EVERYTHING :-)