The 2016 New England Runner Pub Series has been determined! More info on all the races will be posted to the New England Runner website in the upcoming weeks.
April 10 – Doyles 5 Miler, Jamaica Plain, MA
May 1 – Liam McGuire’s Almost 5 Miler, Falmouth, MA
May 22 – Evan’s Run 5K, Norwell, MA
June 4 – Foxborough Against Diabetes 5K, Foxborough, MA
September 4 – Finish for a Guinness 5K, Warren, R.I.
October 16 – Paddy’s Shillelagh Shuffle 3M, West Newton, MA
posted by kcabot in Events on February 20, 2016
Voting has ended and the lucky winning races have been selected. Please check out below for the 2016 line-up of the USATF-New England Grand Prix Series.
posted by kcabot in Events on December 15, 2015
Get dirty this Fall with the USATF Cross Country Grand Prix Series:
September 13: GBTC XC Invitational Elm Bank Park, Wellesley, MA
October 11: Wayland XC Festival Wayland, MA
October 25: Mayor’s Cup Franklin Park, Boston
November 8: USATF-NE XC Champs XC Invitational, Franklin Park, Boston
For more information on these races, check out www.usatfne.org/cross
posted by kcabot in Events on September 5, 2015
The 39th annual Tufts 10K race is taking place on Monday, October 12th. Like in years past, CSU will be putting its organizational skills to use by volunteering at the bag check area in the Boston Common. If you are available, please volunteer with us from 10:30am-2:00pm. Friends and family are encouraged to join as well! It is not only a great excuse to socialize and meet new CSU members, but for each volunteer the club receives $20 which helps fund activities such as the annual recognition party and race fees.
Please contact Gail at email@example.com to volunteer or for more info.
posted by kcabot in Events on September 2, 2015
CSU’s annual Tour des Glaces (also known as the famous Ice Cream Bicycle Tour) is this coming Sunday, July 26th!
Departs promptly at 10:30 a.m. Meet at Concord (MA) Center, on the green, by the water fountain.
It is a leisurely bike ride to THREE houses of Delectable Dairy Delights:
1. Bates at Kimball’s (Carlisle)
2. Erickson’s (Maynard)
3. Kimball’s (Westford)
Almost everyone can do all or some of the bike ride….the ice cream eating is by far the most strenuous activity of the trip! Although physically challenging (the ice cream eating), for 30 years the trip has been alleged to be calorie neutral, unless you insist on jimmies and/or whipped cream.
The entire loop is about 52 miles, BUT you don’t have to do the entire route. Many proud veterans of the ride have stopped after the first or second cones (there are easy routes back to Concord).
Bring your family, friends, and especially bicycle and helmet!
Contact Gail <firstname.lastname@example.org> to to RSVP or if you have questions.
Note 1: a rain date will be later in the Summer, if needed.
Note 2: If you are coming from Acton or points West, please note that Route 62 East bound from Route 2 into Concord Center will be closed on Sunday for road construction.