Teams Clinch Series Titles in New Haven

New Haven, CT – The Women’s Open and Men’s Grandmaster teams clinch series titles with a race to spare at the Faxon Law New Haven Road Race 20k on Labor Day.

Individual Results: https://www.jbsports.com/results
Team Results: http://www.usatf-ct.org/index.php/racing/road-grand-prix/

The Women were led by Rachael Whitbeck and won the team race by over a half hour. The Men’s Open team finished third in the team competition, led by a top 25 finish by William Sanders. The Men’s Masters Team finished 2nd and currently hold the lead in the overall series heading into the final race. Finally the Grandmasters took home the win in New Haven and cliched the overall title in the series.

The Teams look to close out the season strong at the final race of the Grand Prix in Hartford on Oct. 13th for the Hartford Half Marathon.

Men’s Open
3. Sound Runner
William Sanders 1:03:13
Stephen Paddock 1:11:44
Thomas Weston 1:11:50
Christopher Rosenberg 1:12:32
Anthony Gonsalves 1:13:48
Total 5:53:07

Team Standings

Hartbeat TC 58
Manchester RC 56
Sound Runner 50

Women’s Open
1. Sound Runner
Rachael Whitbeck 1:14:58
Carolyn Nye 1:18:23
Courtney Dinnan 1:19:26
Brittany Griffin 1:21:45
Elizabeth Campbell 1:22:11
Total 6:36:43

Team Standings
Sound Runner 66
Milford RR 48
Mohegan Striders 46

Men’s Masters
2. Sound Runner
Billy Barone 1:19:55
Chris Vollaro 1:20:35
Christopher Pagliuco 1:23:51
Total 4:04:21

Team Standings
Sound Runner 58
Mohegan Striders 50
Manchester RC 50

Men’s Grandmaster
1. Sound Runner
Billy Barone 1:19:55
Alan Macdougall 1:25:53
John Minervino 1:27:55
Total 4:13:43

Team Standings
Sound Runner 62
Mohegan Striders 46
Milford RR 38

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