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Greater Newburyport Supports Boston Strong 2.62 Mile Charity Run



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Thanks to the many hardy runners who showed up on a raw rainy morning to support the Greater Newburyport Supports Boston Strong 2.62 Mile Charity Run. The mantra for this year’s run was “we raised $15,000 last year…let’s do it again”. Well, we did it again! And then some! Don’t have a final number yet, we need a couple of invoices to show up, but it’s safe to say that this year’s donation to One Fund Boston will easily surpass last year’s $15,000 donation.

For the competitive runners, Bradford’s Pat Fullerton was the first to cross the finish line in 15:10, with Newburyport’s Cameron Leonard finishing second. Complete “results” have been posted on Coolrunning.com:


Professional Race Photographer, Liz Cardoso, was on hand yesterday, donating her services and braving the cold and rain to capture all of you doing the same. Event photos have been posted on Facebook. Tag away:


A special thank you to all of our event sponsors http://runthecircle.org/bostonstrong ; the Newburyport Police Department and the GNBS Event Organizers.

Lastly, whether you’re running next Monday’s 118th Boston Marathon, volunteering, spectating or watching it from the comfort of your home, enjoy the day and enjoy being a part of it…and never ever forget 4-15-13.

33rd Annual April Fool’s 4 Mile Road Race

Start of the 2014 WCRC April Fools 4 Mile Road Race

Start of the 2014 WCRC April Fools 4 Mile Road Race. Photo courtesy of Kelli Ann.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 April Fool’s 4 Miler. Bib number 0 Pat Fullerton posted a commanding win in 19:40, followed by number 0 Derrick Hamel in 2nd place (20:59) with number 0 Chris Grange in 3rd (21:34). For the women, bib number 0 Lauretta Bailin was the victor (25:08) followed closely by number 0 Heather Rich (25:18), with number 0 Pauline Frascone in 3rd (26:01). The total field size was 825 finishers. Thanks to all of the WCRC volunteers who made the race a success, and special thanks to WCRC race directors Laurie Gaudreau and Dale Eckert who organized another great event!