2015 GT Races
Plan ahead! - As of January 22nd, 2015 mail-in registration is ready for Merrimack (The River!),
and 2015 online registrations open for Seven Sisters, Wapack and Back, Blue Hills Skyline, Wapack,
Pisgah, and Upton State Forest.
Wednesday night fun runs...
From October 23rd until April 2014 -
Fun runs start at 5:30pm from the PNA at 13 Victory Street in Adams.
Runners of all abilities are welcome.
Runners wanted for a research study
Steve Vitti, a graduate student at Springfield College, is recruiting male endurance running athletes
in order to examine effects of dietary nitrate supplementation on running performance and economy.
The only requirements for this study is that you have to have completed a 10k training run or race
within the last month and have a VO2 max of 45 ml/kg/min, which he will establish at the college.
A body composition analysis will be given as well, which estimates your body fat %, caloric requirements, etc.
Perfect for all of you data people out there!
"Stretch like a cat, run like a horse." - Anonymous
Grand Tree 2014 Season Final Results GT Total Points |
GT Best 2,3..6 Races |
Thank you all for honoring the trails with your efforts, and thanks to the race directors,
clubs, and volunteers who make these races possible.
24 runners officially completed the series by running at least six races.
Two of the top three overall scores (best six races) were women, running above 90% of winning pace:
Congratulations to Todd Bennett, Kelsey Allen, and Kehr Davis for a season of high quality trail racing.
Kelsey and Kehr ran a closely fought series with distinction, Kelsey's eight races allowing only the lowest two scores to be dropped.
Five runners ran ten or more races, top Stonehead Ted Cowles ran 18 races with 1414 total points, followed
by Kehr Davis second overall Stonehead and first woman, running 13 races for 1132 points.
Note that the Total Points and Best 2,3,..6 scores are reported for runners who ran at least two races.
Please check the alphabetical results and report errors or omissions to the
- sometimes results under variations of names are not combined.