Our heartiest congratulations to Ron for completing the Yuengling Shamrock Marathon in a Boston Qualifying time of 3:34.21. Fantastic job! I can still remember you walking the entire Boston Marathon on a totally screwed up knee. Cheers to you.
see Ron run here:
Saturday, January 4, 2014
Another Phenomenal sub-freezing romp through Edison!
Some of the highlights:
-"Over the Top" style arm wrestling extravaganza during on-after
-Over the top course complete with trusty rusty trampoline
-Losture of many articles of winter gear and mind (coming in after the sweeper)
-Fantastic vansportation provided by Jeff
-the usual on-after-after spot!
Monday, December 30, 2013
Three lonely Highlands Hashers made their way down to Asbury Park to compete in the 50th Annual Polar Bear Races.
Freezing cold rain and fierce winds off the Atlantic could not stop Jason and Sean from setting new PRs at the five mile distance.
Awards were presented at the very posh Berkley Carteret Hotel.
No pizza eating challenge this year, but a post-race celebration was had at the Anchor’s Bend Bar inside the Convention Hall.
Here are the official results.
Sean 10th overall 30:33, PR, Age Group Award and Plunge
Jason, 11th overall , 30:57. PR and Plunge,
Bob, 54th overall, 36:31 No award, No PR, and No Plunge.
Saturday, November 30, 2013
Friday, November 29, 2013
Clinton Township Country Run 15K: 1:02:28 (new PR)
Newport 10,000: 39:15.0 (new PR)
Rockaway Rotary 5K: 1st age group.
White Meadow Lake 5K: 1st overall.
Jimmy D 5K: 3rd age group.
Sussex County Sheriff's Crimestoppers 10K: 2nd age group.
PAN Classic 5K: 1st overall.
Newport Liberty Waterfront Half Marathon: 1:27:57 (new PR)
The Steeplechase Distance Run: 18:18.0 (new 5K Road PR), 1st age group.
Mendham Harvest Hustle 5K: 1st age group.
USATF-NJ 5K XC CHAMPIONSHIP: 18:16.0 (5K XC PR)
Giralda Farms 5K: 1st age group.
Monday, November 11, 2013
Congratulations to Gonad for winning the first
place Hasher award, as you can see he got some "pie"
for his efforts !
As always it was a fun day, and it was nice to see Ron
and his son Mark out with us . Of course the beer on trail
was nice also, however I'm a little skeptical about that 2nd
beer check, we noticed O'Doul bottles ....... ON - ON