New England Running Company 10 Mile Road Race on June 19
10 Mile Race Announces Course Record Prize:
At this year’s 10 Mile Race on June 19, we are awarding $100 for the first runners who break the male and female course records of 54:09 (men’s) and 1:04:41 (women’s). Feeling extra speedy? If you are the first to break the course record, AND your time is under 50 minutes (men) or under 58 minutes (women)- your course record prize will increase to $250!
|June 19, 2016 @ 7:30 am|
The 4th Annual Bridge & Back 10K road race will be held on Sunday, August 7, 2016. The races starts at 8:00am on Charter street and the post party will be held at the Tavern on the Square in Salem. The race crosses over the Salem/Beverly bridge and runs up Dane Street beach and back over the bridge on the bypass road to the Tavern on the Square. The first 400 runners to register will receive a short sleeve tech shirt from Brooks. For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Link to register online: https://racewire.com/register.php?id=6315
The 2nd Annual Tapleyville 7 Mile road race will take place on Sunday, May 1, in Danvers
The first 300 runners will receive a short sleeve tech shirt. All runners over 21 years of age will receive a free beer after the race at Osborn Tavern
This is the second race in the 2016 New England Running Company – Brooks 2016 road race series.
Link to register online:
Link to application for 2016 NERC-Brooks race series:
Brooks 2016 North Shore Road Race Series
The 3rd and final year of the series! Win a trip to Seattle!!
All runners who complete the 8 races in series (in addition to a jacket) will be placed in a raffle to win a trip to Seattle in 2017, 3 days and 2 nights, to attend a Red Sox/Mariner game and visit Brooks headquarters or win a trip and entry to 2017 Seattle Marathon!
Brooks Sports Company and New England Running Company (NERC) are hosting a race series for 2016. There will be eight racing events offered, and finishers of all 8 races will receive a high quality Brooks running apparel item, to be announced soon. Those who can only complete 7 of the 8 races will receive a Brooks technical shirt. The Brooks Race Series gives runners a chance to experience a variety of races on the North Shore in Salem, Beverly, Gloucester, and Danvers. All races support local non-profit agencies and charities, so your hard work will not only be rewarded, but will help benefit community programs on the North Shore. The 2016 race series includes:
1) Friday, January 1: Frosty Four New Year’s Day Race, Salem, 10 a.m., 4 miles: A relatively flat course, some rolling hills. In partnership with the Wicked Running Club; a portion of proceeds will support youth scholarships.
2) Sunday, May 1 : The Tapleyville 7 Mile run Danvers, Ma 9:30 a.m. 7.1 miles: New course which incorporates part of weekly D5K and the new trail. Proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem and the Alzheimer Association.
3) Sunday, June 19: New England Running Company 10 Miler, Beverly, 7:30 a.m., 10 miles: This race starts and finishes at the Cove Community Center and follows scenic Route 127. Proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem and the Alzheimer’s Association.
4) Friday, July 8 Annual Miles Over the Moon, Salem, 8 p.m., 4 miles: A relatively flat course run thru the Salem Willows. This event is hosted by the Wicked Running Club, with a portion of the proceeds donated to local high school track programs.
5) Sunday, August 7 Bridge & Back 10K, Salem, 8 a.m., 6.2 miles: This race kicks off Heritage Week in Salem, and starts and finishes at The Tavern in the Square in Salem. The race crosses the Salem/Beverly Bridge, through Beverly and returns back over the bridge to Salem. All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem.
6) Sunday, September 18: Lone Gull 10K, Gloucester, 9 a.m., 6.2 miles: A Beautiful, fast 10K course with slight rolling hills along the backshore of Gloucester and Eastern Point. A “must run” race, Lone Gull was the winner of The North Shore Road Race Guide Best Race Course and Best 10K Race in 2012. Proceeds go to the Beverly School for the Deaf.
7) Sunday, October 2: The Fall Frolic 5k, Beverly, 9:30 a.m., 3.1 miles: This flat, fast race starts at Lynch Park and follows a paved route through Beverly neighborhood (Beverly Homecoming route). A great family run with proceeds to the five (5) Beverly Elementary Schools.
8) Thursday, November 24: Wild Turkey 5 Mile Run, Salem, 8 a.m., 5 miles: This Thanksgiving Day event follows a fairly flat course along a scenic, waterfront route. Voted Best Holiday race by the North Shore Road Race Guide. Proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem. There is no fee to participate in the 2016 Race Series (aside from the race registration fees). Races may be subject to change.
Just fill out this application and return it by 1/1/16 to be eligible for a shirt (finish 7 races) or a jacket (finish all 8)!
YES! Please enter me into the Brooks 2016 Road Race Series: (races may be subject to change).
Unisex Sizes (Circle One): XS, S M, L, XL (Shirt for finishing 7 races; jacket if you finish all 8. One item per finisher)
Name:______________________________________________________ Age (as of 1/1/16):______ Circle One: Male Female
Email______________________________________________________Address:__________________________________________ City:_________________________ State:_____ Zip:________Return by 1/1/16 to: email@example.com or Doug Bollen, Boys & Girls Clubs, c/o 2015 Brooks Race Series, PO Box 24, Salem, MA 01970
Another Successful Wild Turkey Run!
On an unseasonably warm Thanksgiving morning in Salem, nearly 2000 runners, volunteers and spectators took to the streets of Salem to start their holiday participating in the 12th Annual Wild Turkey 5-Mile Run!
On behalf of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem, thank you to our participants for joining us in our 12th annual Run. Your generosity and support of this annual event benefits our youth programs, and for that we are truly thankful.
This year’s Wild Turkey Run was the largest in its’ 12 year history and remains the largest race on the North Shore. We have added over 1900 additional runners since our inception in 2004! With this continued climb, this event has firmly taken its place beside other traditions such as High School Football, turkey and pumpkin pie.
Some interesting statistics from this year’s Wild Turkey 5-Mile Run: For the 9th year in a row, women runners outnumbered men, 61% to 39%. Runner ages ranged from 8 years old to 75 years old! A winning time of 25:59 was turned in by the first place finisher, Caleb Evanter from Dorchester. The female winner was Kylynn McKinley from Marblehead, who won for the second straight year in a time of 31:20. Competitors joined us from across the country, representing the states of Alabama, West Virginia, California, Virginia, Connecticut, Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Pennsylvania, Utah and Washington.
This great event could not be possible without the support of our community sponsors. Major sponsors include: New England Running Company, Brooks Sports Co., Ernst & Young, Butterworth & O’Toole Inc., Dunkin Donuts, Herrick Lutts Realty Partners and Perry & Perry Attorneys at Law. Additional race sponsors and donors include: DeIulis Brothers Construction, Café Graziani, McDonough Family, North Shore Road Race Guide, Cape Cod Potato Chips, Clarke Brothers Fuel, Boston Herald, Salem Moose Family Center, Kaloutas Painting, EBSCO, A&A Services, John J. Walsh Insurance, East Boston Savings Bank, www.salemroadraces.com, Serafini, Darling & Correnti, Dr. Pat Curtin, Cataldo Ambulance and StephenOGrady.com.
Special gratitude to the many volunteers who donated their Thanksgiving morning to help at the race: Tom O’Shea, Beth O’Grady, Beth Zois, Laura Knight, Amy Walsh, Natalie and Erik Thelen, Grace Duran, Mario Fagone, Patty Carter, Ed Zielinski, Natalie and Eric Thelen, Meghan Murtagh, Don Gallucci, Lauren Gable, Ben Hartley, Tom St. Pierre, Lisa Cammarata, Leighton O’Connor, Jason Cararro, Sandy Dalton, TR Ramsdell, Alison, Kerry and Natalie Phelan, Dave Gilbert, James Forina, Sandy George, Paul Cranney, John Landry, and the great cheering group from the Willows neighborhood.
Special thanks to the Salem Police who did a great job of controlling the traffic during the race to keep the runners safe, and to the many Salem residents along the route who cheered our runners on!
For those of you inspired to sign up for the 2016 New England Running Company –Brooks Road Race series, see salemroadraces.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org soon so you can join us for the first race of 2016 on New Year’s Day: The Frosty Four.
Again, thank you everyone for making this a great Thanksgiving event!
Wild Turkey Race Director
Chief of Operations
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem
The 12 Annual Wild Turkey 5 Mile Run will be held on Thanksgiving morning November 26, beginning at 8:00am. The race was voted Best Holiday race three straight years, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Long sleeve Tech shirts go to the first 1500 runners entered. Last year’s shirt was voted Best race shirt by North Shore Road Race guide.
Link to register online is https://racewire.com/register.php?id=5258
Bridge & Back 10K to Benefit the Boys & Girls Club- Thank You!
On a beautiful Sunday morning in early August, Heritage Days in Salem was kicked off by over 400 runners, volunteers and spectators who took to the streets of Salem and Beverly for the 3rd Annual Bridge & Back 10K run to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem.
The Bridge & Back 10K race gives a nod to the original Heritage 10K road race, which kicked off Heritage Week in Salem for about 35 years before ending in the 1990’s.
On behalf of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem, thank you to all the runners who participated in our event, which spanned the cities of Salem and Beverly. It is the only race to use the Sgt. James Anthony Ayube II Bypass road and traverse over the challenging Salem/Beverly Bridge in both directions.
This community event would not be possible without the support of our generous sponsors, including lead sponsors Tavern in the Square, New England Running Company and Sam Adams. Additional sponsors include North Shore Road Race Guide, Boston Herald, East Boston Savings Bank, The Stephen M. O’Grady Foundation, Danversport Yacht Club, Footprint Power and Analogic.
We are grateful to the many volunteers who donated their morning to help out at this community event, including: TR Ramsdell, Beth O’Grady, Mara Mendlesohn, Robin McGuire, Joe Armstrong, Lisa Dibella, Katie Canizaro, Don Gallucci, Marissa Rodriques, Amy and Brendon Walsh, Grace Duran, Elvis Perez, Deb Kumar, Tracy Collins, Ed Zielinski, Andy Sousa, Alison Phelan, Marvin Baez, Luke McClain, Jack Jimenez, Danny Lukande, Kieshawn Jacobs, Anthony Pena, Kevin Logi, Jose Romero, Emi Perez, Jordan Ortiz, Brandon Oyarvide, Bryan Pena, Tajarah Vassell, Kane Fobella, Klaus Llanaj, Jenssy Romero, Korben Vizcaino, Saulo Santa, Alex Sanchez, Andre Daley, Ricky Arias, Bryan Martinez, Marc Gomez, and Yafell Maldonado.
A huge thank you to the Salem and Beverly Police for keeping our runners safe and controlling traffic during the race, and the Salem and Beverly residents who cheered along and encouraged our runners on the course.
Again, thank you to everyone for making this a fantastic event to benefit programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem
Bridge & Back 10K Race Director
Chief of Operations
5 th Annual Miles Over the Moon 4 mile Road Race – A “Midsummer Night” Run Date & Time: Friday, July 24, 2015 at 8:00 pm – rain or shine. Location: Race to start on Pleasant Street. Registration @ Knights of Columbus by the Salem Common, 6:30pm-7:30pm. Parking: Public parking lots available as well as on street parking. Course: Very fast and flat 4 miles. Entry Fee: $25 pre-registration /$30 on race day. Information: Contact email@example.com. Registration: Available online at http://www.northshoretimingonline.com or mail in application. Packet Pick Up: New England Running Company, 43 Enon Street, Beverly, MA Wed, July 22, 2015 from 4-7pm and Thurs, July 23, 2015 from 10-8pm. Please make checks payable to the “Wicked Running Club” and mail to: Tim Short, Co-Race Director 2 Peter Road, Salem, MA 01970 Portion of proceeds to fund local high school track programs.