Scoring After Luti

Gate City has a commanding lead after the first 2 races in the series:

Track 5KLutiSandownRT 10KManch HalfTotal
GCS1,182.381,003.592,185.98
GDTC656.72608.441,265.16
UVRC642.71608.131,250.83
MILL617.02476.411,093.43
GSRT0.0220.00220.00
RA0.02119.06119.09
MRM0.021.2521.25
ACID0.015.0015.00
GMRC0.02.662.66
SIX030.02.342.34

Results for the Track 5K: https://www.runreg.com/Leaderboard/10022

Results for the Bill Luti 5M: https://www.gsrs.com/results/4290

Check the scoring spreadsheet for full results including individual scoring: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17NkEIDj2tfbazhb3Lt-RF8bW1EIHWUQMllf3e7uw2J4/edit#gid=1110005182

Corrections due by Wednesday, August 4.

Virtual Track 5K

The virtual track 5K (or 5000m) registration system is up:

https://www.runreg.com/10022

Rules from the site:

In order to participate you must be a current member of a NH Grand Prix Club
Run 5,000m (12.5 laps) on the track any time between May 1st and July 1st
Submit your time via the link provided in your confirmation email
You may run the 5,000m as many times as you like over the two month period
You must have separate registrations for each result submission
Each submitted time will display on Leaderboard as long as you submit using unique registrations
Your best time will be used as a part of the scored 2021 NH Grand Prix Series

So, get to running!

2021 Series

The NHGP clubs met last night and agreed to put on a shortened series, summer/fall for 2021. The series is:

  • Virtual Track 5K – Any track, May 1 through July 1st.
  • Bill Luti 5M – Concord, NH, July 17. https://www.gsrs.com/luti
  • Sandown 5M – Sandown, NH, August 7.
  • Rail Trail 10K – Lebanon, NH. September, date TBD.
  • Manchester Half Marathon – Manchester, NH, November 7. http://www.millenniumrunning.com/marathon

The NHGP clubs have agreed to adopt a new scoring system on a provisional basis for 2021. The system is designed to encourage more NH clubs to participate in the series, and to be more inclusive to _all_ club runners.

In the next week the website will be updated with the series and details of the provisional scoring system.

2020 NHGP Cancelled

I’m sorry to report that the 2020 NHGP is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact your club representative if you have any questions. Here’s looking forward to a successful 2021 NHGP!

2020 Series On Hold

The 2020 NHGP is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re waiting for news on what fall road races are going to do before making any decisions on what to do for 2020. Contact your club NHGP rep if you have any questions.

2018 Final Results

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:

Male:

1. Scott Abercrombie (GDTC)
2. Brian Ruhm (GCS)
3. Trevor Ward (GCS)

Female:

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

Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day 5k Results

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:

  1. Gate City Striders – 205
  2. Greater Derry Track Club – 183
  3. Upper Valley Running Club – 73
  4. Greater Manchester Running Club – 60
  5. Millennium Running – 31
  6. Runner’s Alley – 18
  7. Six03 Endurance – 1
  8. Acidotic Racing – 1

Enjoy below some race results and coverage courtesy of Millennium Running:

Results
Photos
Finish Line Video

Results Spreadsheet updated at our Schedule & Results page

Bill Luti 5 Miler Results

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)