Race Pace

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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Relay For Life 5K in Glastonbury

Veteran Geoff Etherington, Brent and Lee and new friends Miguel Ramirez and his wife Cindy Jacobs ran the 5K Relay for Life in Glastonbury this morning. Please visit internal log post at


for Lee's commentary on the event.


Saturday, May 23, 2015

Delaney Dash

Brent, Lee, and Lani ran the 4 mile in Old Saybrook this morning. Quite cold at the start. 

Karen Febbraio and Lee showing off their AG winner hats. Karen was his partner in the Mixed Doubles 10K Relay last Fall. She was one of two Karens that chicked Lee this morning. :)

Purchased by Saybrook Point Inn, this magnificent house has just been renovated.

Karen Prado finishing

Monday, May 18, 2015

Newington and Burlington 5Ks

Other races some of us did this last weekend ...

Newington Library 5K Challenge

Lee Bradley, Karen Prado, Sharon Reiner
(Mena Shehata took the picture I believe)

Mike Taricani (and many other 169ers) ran the Shine On 5K in Burlington

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Joe and Tray

Tracy Lee Zagata. 150 miles. Simply the best. You are just plain beautiful. (She has just told me this is not a finish line pic. I don't care. Kate took it sometime during 1st day. Kate did the 1 day option.)

Joe ran 201 miles. Enough said. Maybe not. 201 miles. 2 hundred and 1 miles. Think about this.

Well done you two.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Race in the Park

(Karen did not get in the results and Lee was recorded as a Female. An email has been sent to get those things fixed.)

Photographed by Linda Bradley

Lee Bradley, Karen Prado, Amy Ciccarillo, Dan Ciccarillo, Brent Stratton, Jerry Augustine, Lori Riley, Kelsey Cabral, Megan Thompson and many others ran the 5K in New Britain this morning. This was the first year the women and men started at the same time. Overcast and cool, a great day to run.

Meghan Thompson, Lee Bradley, Lori Riley and Karen Prado. Karen did the walk too!

Dan Ciccarillo and Lee Bradley dukin' it out at the finish. They crossed simultaneously. Amy was a minute in front of them. And Karen was about 18 seconds in front as well. Translation: double chicked.

There were 1116 runners.