The Delta Dental 1/2, last race in the 2022 NHGP, is now October 23. The rest of the series remains unchanged. The 2022 series page has been updated.
The 2022 NHGP is set! Here’s the series:
- Virtual Track 5K – Any Track, 4/3 – 10/16.
- Nashua Soup Kitchen 10K – Nashua, NH, 4/3.
- Skip’s Run 4M – Lebanon, NH, 6/19.
- Sandown 5M – Sandown, NH, 8/6.
- Delta Dental 1/2 Marathon – Concord, NH, 10/23.
Stay tuned to the series page for updates.
Edit: Delta Dental changed race date to 10/23.
The next race in the NHGP is Saturday, the Bill Luti 5M in Concord NH!
Also a minor clarification; Bill Luti has a virtual option for 2021, but the NHGP requires that you run the in-person race for scoring purposes. Contact your club representative if you have any questions.
Some changes to the NHGP this year, stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, here is the (now shorter) race schedule for 2020.
- Shamrock Shuffle 5K, Lebanon (March 14)
- Soup Kitchen 5K, Nashua (April 5)
- Capital City 10K, Concord (June 27)
- Sandown 5 Miler, Sandown (August 8)
- New England 1/2 Marathon, Hopkinton to Concord (October 11)
(Update 1/14/2020 – Fix a couple of race dates)
(Update 2/14/2020 – NE Half starts in Hopkinton now)
Announcing the 2019 NHGP schedule!
- March 16, Shamrock Shuffle 5K, Lebanon NH.
- April 7, Red’s Race 5M, Dover NH.
- May 19, Gate City 1/2 Marathon, Nashua NH.
- June 9, Flat and Fast 5K, Windham NH.
- June 22, Capital City Classic 10K, Concord NH.
- August 17, Boot Scootin’ Boogie 5K, Londonderry NH.
- September 22, Granite State 10M, Concord NH.
- October 20, CHaD 1/2 Marathon, Hanover NH.
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.
Next up is the Halfway to St. Pats 5k in Manchester on Sunday September 9th.
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:
- March 12, Leprechaun Leap 5K, Nashua, NH.
- April 9, Red’s Race for a Better Community 5 Miler, Dover, NH.
- April 30, Chief Maloney Unity Run 10K, Stratham, NH.
- May 21, Gate City Half Marathon, Nashua, NH.
- July 15, Bill Luti 5 Miler, Concord, NH.
- August 6, Run from the Law 5K, Canaan, NH.
- September 4, St. Charles Children’s Home 5K, Portsmouth, NH.
- October 22, Granite State 10 Miler, Concord, NH.
The New England Half Marathon in Concord, NH served as the grand finale in this year’s NH Grand Prix slate. Though having already secured the series victory in the last event, the Upper Valley Running Club threw one last hurrah and was the top team on the day with 140 points, backed by three Granite Runners who completed the whole series. Host club Millennium Running toed 44 runners to the finish and collectively took 2nd as a team with 111 points with the Gate City Striders 3rd, scoring 75 points.
Individually, Upper Valley was also at the front as Syrup Chugger duo Rich Smith and Kevin Hartstein placed 2nd and 3rd overall behind overall winner Jaidiby Zapata. Zapata’s cruised the net downhill 13.11 mile course in 74 minutes, 39 seconds. For the women, it was Millennium’s Mary Klene first across the line in 84 minutes, 26 seconds. with teammate Jennifer Mortimer the runner up in 86’12. Jessica Bashaw traveled east from Cambridge, NY to grab the bronze in 86’42.
For full results, check out MillenniumRunning.com
For additional race photos like the ones above, have a look at Millennium’s Backprint page
For in-depth details on the 2016 NH Grand Prix, visit our Schedule & Results page.