Saturday, March 28, 2009

2009 wurtsboro mountain 30k: race photos and results

just got back from my fifth wurtsboro 30k - finished in 2:27:44 (unofficial), a 7:56 pace. in addition to the race, it was quite a social event. aside from myriam, the race director, and the sullivan striders who put on the event, and at the risk of leaving some out, the following friends ran today: emmy, don, kate, jill, christine, barbara, and rina. todd was there with his two boys, and they manned the water station at mile six.

here is my race report.

here are the race results from coolrunning.

here are my race photos:

myriam and her registration team.

don, emmy, todd, and kate.

jill, don, and rina.

jill, don, and kate.

joe and christine.

finish line.

post-race (what's left of 3+ six foot subs)!

jill and don.

jill, emmy, and don.

kate, in action.

rina, picking up her ag award.


me, barbara, jill, kate, and emmy.

don, me, emmy, and kate.

how much post-race pizza i ate will remain a secret ;D

here are photos from the 2008 wurtsboro mountain 30k.


Just_because_today said...

can you believe there was no food left? 25 large pizzas and 3 6" subs all gone!

Pam said...

Great job Frank, Emmy, Don and everyone else. Glad you all had a good day. See you there next year!

Anonymous said...

The Wurtsboro 30K is a CLASSIC race. I've driven the 240 mile roundtrip 3 years in a row now from the Jersey shore. I certainly plan to continue what I hope will become a yearly tradition. The course is obviously challenging, but naturally beautiful, peaceful and quiet. All serious runners should experience this race. Simply, it is a speacial race.

Javier Damien