Here is the link to register for the Bridge & Back 10K which will take place on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at 8am and will kick off Heritage week in Salem. The race will cross the Salem/Beverly Bridge from Salem and run in Beverly and return to Salem. The Race is being sponsored by the Tavern in the Square!!! All proceeds go to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem. Link to online registration: https://racewire.com/register.php?id=3101
Link to application 2013 Tavern 10k
Derby Street Mile Set for Aug. 16, 2013
Friday, August 16, 2013 in Salem, Mass, 7:00pm & 7:15pm. Race starts on Fort Ave & finishes at Pickering Wharf! Entry fee: $18 pre-race day $20 on race day, USATF Certified number MA07017JK Awesome Technical short sleeve shirts given to first 300 entrants!!
Two races, enter your choice “Family or Competitive” Run Competitive run 7:00 pm – Top 3 in age groups will receive awards in Competitive run Family Run 7:15pm – all runners in Family run will receive medals.
CHIP TIMING provided by Racewire.com and $100.00 for Male/Female Course Records
Salem State University., O’Keefe Center, 225 Canal Street, Salem MA
USATF Certified Course # MA10002JK
Day of Registration Fee is $25 for runners and walkers.
Details: First 250 entries will receive a t-shirt! Post race water and snacks!
Awards for the first male & female finisher in each SSU affiliation category: Salem State Student, Alumnus, and Employee.
Age group awards for the top 3 male & female finishers in the following brackets: Under 17,18-24,25-29,30-39,40-49,50-59,60-69,70+
For more info contact: Joe Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Olde Salem Greens 11th Annual Cross Country Run will take place on March 17, 2013 at 9:00am
Location: Olde Salem Greens Golf Course, 75 Wilson Street, Salem, Massachusetts
Entry Fee: $15.00 per entry, $18.00 day of race accepted until 8:45 at race site.
Course: hilly and challenging course.
Proceeds to benefit Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services Youth Basketball Program.
New this Year!! Enter a team for the Team Challenge. Mens and women’s open (39 and under), masters (40-49), Grand Master (50-59) and Senior Grand Master (60+). First five runners will score on each team. Overall cumulative time will determine team place.
Very Important!! When signing up as a team all team members must have the exact same team name. Please confirm team name with ALL team members before signing up
Reach the Beach Relay to Support the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem
I am excited to be Team Captain for my first Reach the Beach Relay Race. I have been running for over 30 years. I’ve run in hundreds of road races and directed over 40, including the Wild Turkey 5 Mile Run on Thanksgiving Day. But my favorite running event to participate in is the relay race, where team members support each other on the course, working together towards one goal. I’ve participated in a number of relays such as Lake Winnipesaukee, Mill Cities and Lynn Woods, but this will be my first 24 hour relay race. I look forward to the team camaraderie both on and off the course as we work together to complete the race, and meet our personal and team fundraising goals to support programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem.
The Reach the Beach Relay will take place on May 17 & 18. It is a 200 mile run from Mt. Wachusett to Westport, MA. The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem has formed a team of 12 runners who will take turns running continuously day and night until we reach the finish line, with each runner raising a minimum of $1,000 in support of this cause. Our team is ready for the challenge! I hope you will consider making a donation to this worthwhile cause to support the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem. You can make a donation at this link: http://www.bgcgs.org/give/doug
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem is the second oldest club in America and has been fulfilling the same mission for over 140 years: to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Today, the Club serves over 1,200 members in Salem and Peabody, ages 8-18, with an average daily attendance of 150+ youth. The membership dues for the Club’s drop-in program are just $10 per school year, including a wide range of programs such as homework help, dance, athletics, nature studies, leadership activities and career and college planning. All programs are mentored by professional staff and support the goals of the Salem school district.
Best of North Shore Road Race Guide 2012 Winners Announced
Sunday, January 13, 2013Hosted by the City of Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services Department… Time: Registration will open at 9 a.m.; 10 a.m. start time.
Entry Fee: $15 pre-entry; $18 day of race. Mailed entries must be received by Thursday, January 10.
Awards: Top 3 males and females overall and first male/female: 19 & under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 & up.
Course: The race will begin and end at Olde Salem Greens Golf Course, 65 Wilson Street in Salem, Mass. The course will be approximately 5k and include both double and single-track trails. Timing will be provided by 3C Race Productions. In the event of poor snow conditions, the race will be a trail run.
Online Reg.: https://runsignup.com/
T-Shirts: Awesome Technical Shirts free for the first 100 applicants. (sizes not guaranteed)
Team Scoring: Does your team have what it takes to be crowned Olde Salem Greens Snowshoe Classic Champions? Be sure to write down your team affiliation when you register. Top 3 overall teams will be awarded trophies.
Snowshoes:To reserve snowshoes, please be sure to circle “YES” on the form below. A limited number of loaner snowshoes will be available courtesy of Dion Snowshoes on a first-reserved, first-served basis. There is a $5 reservation fee, payable to Dion Snowshoes, on race day. Do not include the $5 with your entry. You will be contacted at a later date to discuss details
A New Year’s Tradition
4 mile Road Race, January 1, 2013 at 10 am
Front Street, Salem, MA
6th Annual Wicked Frosty Four miler (Rain, Snow, Nor’easter, Blizzard or Shine). There may be a weather date TBA.
Time: 10:00 am. Location: Day of registration is at the Tavern in the Square 8:30am-9:45am. Race start is on Front Street. Parking: Public parking lots available as well as on street parking. Course: Very flat and fast USATF Certified 4 mile course (w/ water stops), USATF #MA10031JK. Entry Fee: $20 for entries received by December 21st, $25 thereafter. Information: Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Registration: Available online at http://www.northshoretiming.com or click here to download the application. Packet Pick Up: Monday, December 31st, place TBD
Please make checks payable to the “Wicked Running Club” and mail to:
Alison Phelan, Co-Race Director
32 Dustin Street, Peabody, MA 01960
Portion of race proceeds to fund the Wicked Frosty Four Scholarship for area high school student athletes.
Awards: Trophies for overall 1st place male and female winners. Age group medals for top 3 male and females: under 19, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. Results to be posted on coolrunning.com. T-Shirts: Technical Shirts free for the first 400 applicants (sizes not guaranteed). Post-Race: Post race food and beverages provided. Awards and a raffle will follow. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WickedFrostyFour Sponsors: Tavern in the Square, North Shore Medical Center, New England Running Company, Ernst & Young, North Shore Road Race Guide, Suffolk Downs, Ben Franklin Tees, Salem Five, Waters & Brown, Wolf Greenfield, Engine House Pizza, Kinf Fish Media, Boston Herald, Stephen O’Grady Foundation, Conover Tuttle Pace, Salemroadraces.com, Mix 104.1, Toomey Running Sports Center & Salem Park, Recreation and Community Services
The 5th Annual Wicked Frosty Four turned out to be another record breaker! With 770 registered runners, this year’s Wicked Frosty Four broke the previous record for number of registered runners. New course records were also established! Eric Sofen came through the finish line in 21:25 to capture 1st place overall, while Christine Koch ran away with first place overall for females in a time of 24:59. Full results can be found on coolrunning.com.
The Frosty Four was also a Road Runners Club of America State Championship Race. Road Runners Club of America is the oldest and largest national association of running clubs, running events, and runners dedicated to promoting running as a competitive sport and as healthy exercise. The goal of the RRCA Championship Event Series is to shine a spotlight on well-run events and to award top performing runners in the open, masters (40+), grand masters (50+), and senior grand masters (60+) categories for both men and women. Learn more about the RRCA by visiting www.rrca.org and their fan page on Facebook.
General Race Info: This is a Festivus-themed 5k holiday race through historic Salem, MA. Costumes are encouraged! The course will feature parts of the city that have not been used by other races in Salem. All net proceeds will be donated to The Autism Society. Additional donations are appreciated. T-Shirts for the first 250 registered runners. 1st Male and 1st Female Overall will receive a Festivus pole. Medals awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd Male/Female in Age Divisions: 19&U, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Race Distance: 5K
Race Website: TBD
Kids Race: No
Chip Timed: No
Prize Money: No
USATF Certified Course: No