The New Hampshire Grand Prix Committee is seeking a new series scorekeeper to replace Mike Giberti, who has decided to step down after six years. Scorekeeping the NHGP is an entirely voluntary position and will require a fairly short time commitment following each Grand Prix race. This individual should be familiar with the current series scoring system, be moderately social media savvy, and be able to perform simple tasks in Microsoft Excel and WordPress (if you need brushing up, we can teach you).
The NHGP Scorekeeper is responsible for the following:
- Communicate race results corrections with the club representatives and timing company.
- Collaborate with the Webmaster on posting results updates to the website and Facebook page.
- Maintain the Granite Runner list.
- Update the divisional and age graded leaderboards. We added the top three list a few years ago.
- During the offseason, help maintain the race nominations list (we can all collectively work this out as the transition is taking place).
- Attend the annual selection meeting and be a part of the committee selecting the races.
- Adjust the scoresheet to reflect the new race info and any new rule adjustments that might be made.
If you are interested in the position or would like more info, please contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org or communicate with your club’s competition coordinator. We will select a new scorekeeper amongst qualified candidates as interest increases.
The final results are in! Congrats to all on a fun, competitive series across the New Hampshire clubs. This year saw a new champion in the Gate City Striders, who took home their first series title since 2011 and set a record for most Granite Runners brought for by a single team in one year. Full details listed below:
2018 Final Team Standings:
1. Gate City Striders – 1453
2. Greater Derry Track Club – 1061
3. Upper Valley Running Club – 901
4. Greater Manchester Running Club – 286
5. Millennium Running – 108
6. Runner’s Alley Racing Team – 83
7. Granite State Racing Team – 79
8. Rochester Runners Club – 66
9. Six03 Endurance – 25
10t. White Mountain Milers – 6
10t. Monadnock Regional Milers – 6
12. Coastal Athletic Alliance – 5
13. Acidotic Racing – 4
14. Club Northeast – 2
Age Division Winners:
Male 29 & Under – Jake Wormald (GCS)
Female 29 & Under – Carly Matthews (GCS)
Male 30-39 – Brandyn Naro (GCS)
Female 30-39 – Tivan Casavant (GDTC)
Male 40-49 – James Porter (GMRC)
Female 40-49 – Yuki Chorney (GCS)
Male 50-59 – Brian Ruhm (GCS)
Female 50-59 – Karen Long (GCS)
Male 60-69 – Scott Abercrombie (GDTC)
Female 60-69 – Lynn-Marie Fawcett (GDTC)
Male 70+ – John Lewicke (GCS)
Female 70+ – Elizabeth Gonnerman (UVRC)
Age Graded Top Three:
1. Scott Abercrombie (GDTC)
2. Brian Ruhm (GCS)
3. Trevor Ward (GCS)
1. Elizabeth Gonnerman (UVRC)
2. Karen Long (GCS)
3. Lynn-Marie Fawcett (GDTC)
32 Total Granite Runners!!
Adam Gerhard GCS
Adriana Tyers GCS
Amanda Naro GCS
Amy Doyle GCS
Brandyn Naro GCS
Bridget Callen GCS
Bruce Conti GCS
Carly Matthews GCS
Danielle Ferrucci GCS
Emily Cunha GCS
John Lewicke GCS
John Singelais GCS
Laura Ray GCS
Lin Zhang GCS
Lisa Reilly GCS
Mark Crane GCS
Mark Furler GCS
Megan Hostler GCS
Phil Petschek GCS
Thomas Cantara GCS
Tom Kolb GCS
Trevor Ward GCS
Breanne Piazik GDTC
Colleen Falardeau GDTC
Mike Elliott GDTC
Kathy Denoncour GDTC
Priscilla Camarda GDTC
Tivan Casavant GDTC
Jonathan Alizio MILL
Jim Burnett UVRC
Karen Wright UVRC
Tiffany Currier UVRC
Full results spreadsheet: NHGP-2018-official-8
The results from the Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day 5k are in! Lead by overall men’s champion Colin Smith, the Gate City Striders took home their 5th race win of the year, extending their lead to a comfortable 300 points over 2nd place Greater Derry Track Club. Courtney Hawkins won the overall women’s title in 18’38 as Millennium Running placed 5th as a team on the day. Charlie Bemis and Elizabeth Gonnerman brought home the top age-graded performances. With just one race to go, the top teams seem to be ironed out as the Striders look to secure their first Grand Prix title since 2011.
Halfway to St. Pats team scores:
- Gate City Striders – 205
- Greater Derry Track Club – 183
- Upper Valley Running Club – 73
- Greater Manchester Running Club – 60
- Millennium Running – 31
- Runner’s Alley – 18
- Six03 Endurance – 1
- Acidotic Racing – 1
Enjoy below some race results and coverage courtesy of Millennium Running:
Finish Line Video
Results Spreadsheet updated at our Schedule & Results page
The NH Grand Prix continued on this past Sunday with the running of the Epsom Old Home Day 4 Miler. For the first time this season, defending team champion Greater Derry Track Club came out on top in a single race, gathering together 67 finishers to collect a total of 183 points on the day. The Gate City Striders and Upper Valley Running Club would place 2nd and 3rd in the team category with 160 and 56 respectively. Gate City still holds a respectable lead on the series standings with two races remaining.
Individually, Gate City’s Brandyn Naro and Greater Derry’s Amy Bernard captured the overall titles while Charlie Bemis (GDTC) and Elizabeth Gonnerman (UVRC) were the top age-graded performers.
Overall Results (Granite State Race Services)
Photos (Granite State Race Services)
Photos (Donald Yeaton)
Next up is the Halfway to St. Pats 5k in Manchester on Sunday September 9th.
With the conclusion of the 51st Bill Luti 5 Miler, the Gate City Striders have extended their lead in the team standings to a spectacular 283 points. Meanwhile, the Greater Derry Track Club presents a nice showing at the Luti to claim 2nd place from the Upper Valley Running Club. Neal Darmody (25’07) and Emily Durgin (26’50) claim the overall titles. Durgin’s time was one of the fastest 5 milers run on NH soil by an open female, blasting Rachel Schilkowsky’s course record by a minute and eight seconds.
Team Results (Series Totals):
1. Gate City Striders – 158 (924)
2. Greater Derry Track Club – 138 (641)
3. Upper Valley Running Club – 81 (624)
4. Greater Manchester Running Club – 54 (199)
5. Runner’s Alley – 39 (65)
6. Rochester Runners – 34 (46)
7. Millennium Running – 15 (71)
8. Granite State Racing Team – 14 (76)
9. Monadnock Regional Milers – 3 (6)
10. Acidotic Racing – 3 (3)
Race Results (Granite State Race Services)
Photo credit: Granite State Race Services
Final results are in for the 2018 Capital City Classic! The series leading Gate City Striders ran the show yet again, bringing home six division winners and nearly doubling the score of their nearest competitor in the team category. Neal Darmody (32’50) and Erin Lane (36’45) claimed the overall individual titles. Team scores summarized below:
- Gate City Striders – 176 (766 total series points)
- Upper Valley Running Club – 90 (543)
- Greater Derry Track Club – 89 (503)
- Greater Manchester Running Club – 51 (145)
- Granite State Racing Team – 34 (62)
- Runner’s Alley – 26 (26)
- Millennium Running – 13 (56)
- Rochester Runners – 11 (12)
- Six03 Endurance – 8 (11)
- White Mountain Milers – 6 (6)
- Coastal Athletic Alliance – 5 (5)
Full results with photos (courtesy Granite State Race Services)
With the conclusion of the Windham Rail Trail 5k, the Gate City Striders have extended upon their series lead. Upper Valley and Greater Derry remain a distant 2nd and 3rd in the standings. The overall titles were claimed by Carl Hartford (15’46) and Mary Klene (18’44) while Brian Ruhm (GCS) and Elizabeth Gonnerman (UVRC) were the top age graded competitors on the day.
Windham Rail Trail team totals:
1. Gate City Striders – 202
2. Greater Derry Track Club – 157
3. Upper Valley Running Club – 88
4. Greater Manchester Running Club – 57
5. Millennium Running – 25
6. Granite State Racing Team – 6
Team totals after three events:
1. Gate City Striders – 590
2. Upper Valley Running Club – 453
3. Greater Derry Track Club – 414
4. Greater Manchester Running Club – 94
5. Millennium Running – 43
6. Granite State Racing Team – 28
7. Rochester Runners – 3
8. Monadnock Regional Milers – 3
9. Club Northeast – 2
Full results (courtesy Millennium Running)
Photo credit: Jim Rhoades
The Gate City Striders utilized their home road advantage well this past Sunday as they raced their way back to a series lead. Lead by WPI alum Austin Scott, the striders amassed a spectacular 225 team points on the day, outdistancing their nearest competitors by 88 points. Women’s winner Bess Ritter and her Upper Valley Running Club teammates claimed that runner up spot with a 138 point total while defending champion Greater Derry Track Club finished 3rd with 122. Age graded top honors went to Rich Smith (UVRC) and Lynn Fawcett (GDTC).
Team stangings after two races:
Gate City Striders – 388
Upper Valley Running Club – 365
Greater Derry Track Club – 257
Greater Manchester Running Club – 37
Granite State Racing Team – 22
Millennium Running – 18
Monadnock Regional Milers – 3
SIX03 Endurance – 3
Club Northeast – 2
Rochester Runners – 1
Enjoy full results and photos by clicking on the links below:
Results courtesy of Granite State Race Services
Photos (Granite State Race Services)
More Photos (Jim Rhoades)
NH Grand Prix action resumes at the Windham Rail Trail Alliance 5k on Sunday, June 10th. See you all there!
Photo credit: Ted Kinson
The 17th edition of the Lebanon Parks & Rec Shamrock Shuffle served as the first race in this year’s NH Grand Prix. 924 finishers were treated to a rolling 5k, free Bratwurst, and a fun-filled St. Paddy’s day celebration. Crossing the line first was defending male 29 & under champion Jake Wormald, who’s 16 minute, 16 second performance bested the course record set by Josh Fontaine in 2015 by four seconds.* Teammate Brandyn Naro (16’49) and Upper Valley’s Kevin Hartstein (17’08) placed 2nd and 3rd. UVRC newcomer Bess Ritter took top honors for the women, posting an astounding 18 minute, 55 second time. Ritter finished almost a minute up on her closest competition, UVRC teammate Mary Peters (19’50). The Upper Valley women would sweep the podium, capped off by Megan Miller‘s 3rd place finish in 20’03. The top age-graded performers on the day were UVRC’s Rich Smith and Betsy Gonnerman.
The Upper Valley Running Club utilized their home road advantage well, jumping out to an early lead in the team standings with 227 total points. The Gate City Striders were the runner up team with 163 while defending series champion Greater Derry Track Club finished 3rd with a total of 135.
Official team standings:
Upper Valley Running Club – 227
Gate City Striders – 163
Greater Derry Track Club – 135
Athletic Alliance Running Club – 23
Millennium Running – 6
Club Northeast – 2
Rochester Runners – 1
Results (courtesy of Granite State Race Services)
Photos (courtesy of Granite State Race Services)
Photos (courtesy of Ted Kinson)
Visit the Schedule & Results page for a full breakdown and the official scoring spreadsheet.
*Overall race record is 15’36 held by Rick Rountree. The course was changed in 2015 to ease traffic management at the start. Both the old and new course are USATF-certified.
The 2018 series has been announced!
- March 10, 12 noon – Lebanon Shamrock Shuffle 5K – Lebanon NH
- April 8, 1pm – Nashua Soup Kitchen 10K – Nashua NH
- June 10 – WRTA Alliance Fast N’ Flat 5K – Windham NH
- June 23 – Capital City Classic 10K – Concord NH
- July 21 – Bill Luti 5M – Concord NH
- August 12 – Epsom Old Home Days 4M – Epsom NH
- September 9 – Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day 5K – Manchester NH
- October 14 – CHaD HERO Half Marathon – Hanover NH
Keep an eye on the series page for updates and results:
2018 Schedule & Results