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2005 Grand Tree Series

2005 Grand Tree Standings:

Alphabetical by Name Results
For runners with two or more finishes:
Total Points | Best 2,3..6 Races

→ ℵ The 2005 GT Trail News ℵ ←

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2005 Grand Tree Trail Races

Start of the 2004 Savoy Trail Race
2004 Savoy Photo courtesy of Wayne Stocker

Last revised November 20, 2005

1
 

Northern Nipmuck, 16 mi, Union, CT, 10am Saturday April 16, 2005
Bigelow Hollow State Park, Rt. 171
Ron Whalen (860) 684-0030 (evenings), Jim Campiformio (860) 429-0582, race directors
GT Results | Info
 

2
 

Merrimack River, 10 mi, Andover, MA, 9am Saturday April 16, 2005
(Will return to traditional date next year [April 8, 2006])
Wyndham Hotel, 123 Old River Road
GT Results | Complete Race History 1992-2005
Info | Stephen Peterson, (508) 486-4519, race director
 

3
 

Muddy Moose, 14 mi + 4 mi, Wolfeboro, NH, 10am Sunday April 24, 2005
GT Results | Race Site
 

4
 

Seven Sisters, 12 mi, Amherst, MA, 9am Sunday May 1, 2005
GT Results | Race Site
 

5


 
Mt Monadnock, 12 km, Rindge NH, 9am Saturday May 7, 2005
GT Results | Info | Donna Dauphinais  Race director
 

6
 

Soapstone Mountain, 14.5 + 4 mi, Stafford Springs, CT, Sunday May 15, 2005
GT Results | Race Site
 

7
 

Nipmuck Marathon, 26.2 mi, Ashford CT, 8am Sunday June 5, 2005
GT Results | Race Site | Dave Raczkowski  Race director
 

8
 

Greylock Trail Races, 13.5 + 3 mi, Adams MA, 10am Sunday June 19, 2005
GT Results |  Info |  Map
 

9
 

Northfield Mt., 15.6km (men's) & 10.4km (women's), Northfield MA, 9am Saturday June 25, 2005
GT Results | Race Site | Race and Course Details
 

10
 

Skyline Trail Races, 7.2 mi, Blue Hills in Milton MA, 8am Sunday July 10, 2005
GT Results | Race info | Paul Correia (tel 508-636-3718), and Jeff Saeger, Race directors
 

11
 

People's Forest Trail, 7 mi, Barkhamsted CT, 9am August 6, 2005
GT Results | Race Info | Will Graustein, Race director
 

12
 

Cranmore Hill Climb, 13.8K (men's) & 9.2K (women's), North Conway NH, 9am August 7, 2005
GT Results | Race Site
 

Cancelled -
 

Oxford Dam Race, 9 mi, Oxford MA, August 14, 2005
Dan Lavoie  Race director
 

13
 

Savoy Mountain, 20 + 4.5 mi, Florida/Savoy MA, 9am August 21, 2005
Results | photos | More Photos | Race Info and Entry (WMAC race)
 

14
 

Mt. Toby, 14 mi, Sunderland MA, 9:30am August 28, 2005
Results for GT | Sugarloaf Mountain Athletic Club | Scott Hunter  Race director
 

15
 

Wapack, 17.5 mi, New Ipswich NH, 9am September 4, 2005
Results for GT | Race Info | Paul Funch  Race director
 

16
 

Pisgah Mountain, 23K or 50K, Winchester NH, 8:45am September 18, 2005
Results for GT | Race Site
 

17
 

Breakneck, 20K, Union CT, 10am October 2, 2005
Results for GT | Info and application | Karl Molitoris  Race director
History - Ed Alibozek's History of Breakneck Results, 1997-2005
 

18
 

Monroe Dunbar Brook, 10.5 + 2 mi, Monroe MA, 10am October 9, 2005
Results | Map of the high water 11.5 mi Course | Photos | Race Info | History - Ed Alibozek's History of Monroe Results, 1992-2005
 

19
 

Diamond Hill Run, 22.5K, Diamond Hill Park, RI, 10 am October 15, 2005
Results | Race Site
 

20
 

Groton Forest, 9.5 mi + 3.4 mi, Groton MA, October 23, 2005 12:30pm
GT Results | Race Site | Paul Funch's Race Report
 

21
 

Hairy Gorilla Half Marathon (& Squirrely 6 mi), Albany NY, John Boyd Thacher State Park, October 30, 2005 9:35am
GT Results | Race Site
 

22
 

Stone Cat Ale, 26.2 or 50 mi, Ipswich MA, November 12, 2005 6am
GT% Results | G.A.C. Site | Race info
 

Run as few or as many as you like. For each race, you get points proportional to your pace as a percentage of the winner's pace, with the winner getting 100 points, and, for example, a hypothetical runner at 75% of the winner's pace getting 75 points. Your best six races determine your final standing for the series. In addition, for the &Stonehead& competition, your total points for all races is summed.

For Stone Cat this year, either the marathon or the 50 miler may be used for Grand Tree points - let us know what you think of that! As usual, either Pisgah distance counts for the Grand Tree. For all other dual-distance races, the longer race is the Grand Tree Race (scoring for the Northfield Mt and Cranmore Hill races, with different distances for men's and women's races this year as USATF Mt Series qualifiers, are tentatively to be set for both genders by the one fastest pace from either distance).

Race directors: please let us (WMAC Webmaster) know of any changes, links to add, applications to post, etc, for your race listing - Thanks.