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Circle Nation – THANK YOU!!!

The response to the Randall’s fire has been overwhelming! Your kindness and generosity has far exceeded anyone’s wildest thoughts on what we could do in a week’s time. The money raised will get Bob and Maryanne back on their feet a lot quicker than originally thought possible and hopefully it will help expedite the repair and rebuilding process.

Thank you to:

The Winner’s Circle Running Club

The Winner’s Circle Sports Bar

The High Street Mile

Santa’s Toy Trot

The April Fool’s 4-Miler

Most importantly, A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU to the individual members of the Winner’s Circle Running Club, the Maine Track Club, and the many friends of Bob and Maryanne who made donations through this website. Collectively, your response and what you have done is simply amazing!


2019 Lynn Woods Relay…ya, we got that!

Congratulations to the WCRC’s Men’s Open Team of Jacob Johns (13:34), Pat Fullerton (15:24), Kevin St. Laurent (14:15) and Chris Kealey (15:20) on their impressive overall win at the 2019 10 mile (4 x 2.5) Lynn Wood’s Relay!

The WCRC Men’s Open Team bested 86 other teams (across all divisions) and handily won last night’s race in 58:33. 2nd place went to the Wicked Running Club’s Men’s Open Team (Wicked Alphas) at 59:46. The only two teams that ran sub-1 hour in last night’s race.

For the second year in a row, Jacob kicked off the race by running the fastest leg of any runner in the race (2018 13:54, 2019 13:34). Pat and Kevin ran the 2nd and 3rd legs maintaining Jacob’s early lead. Ageless wonder (and former WCRC President) Chris Kealey anchored the Open team and breezed through the finish line far ahead of the rest of the field.









Great job to the rest of the WCRC teams, we fielded 7 teams total. Men’s Vets (60+) placed second in their age group in 1:14:09 and there were a few 3rd and 4th place finishes in other divisions. Complete results can be found here.

Photo Finish at High Street Mile!

64640221_10216367642838430_5398747013166661632_nBrian Crimmins and Jacob Thomson head into the finish chute at the 2019 WCRC High Street Mile. In the closest finish in the race’s history, Brian (#2) edged out Jacob (#258) by hundredths of a second. In the books at 4:07:3 and 4:07:4 Net (chip) time, it was actually closer than that. Winners are determined based on Gun Time (first to cross the finish line) and on-site, at the finish line, USATF official Dave Johns gave Brian the win!

67459409_10216367629398094_7685702938055933952_nIn the women’s race, Lianne Farber (UNC Chapel Hill (2015), Team New Balance Boston) out paced Allysen Eades (Hillsdale College) 4:33 to 4:57 for the win.

Photos courtesy of Matthew Muise.