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2017 Award Winners & Party Photos!

Another great awards party in the books, congrats to all of this years winners!    

Tony Ruiz, a NY Times New Yorker of the Year

Tony has been featured in the NY Times as a 2017 New Yorker of the Year! You can check out the article here. Congrats Tony! Photo Credit Dave Sanders for The New York Times

Alan Ruben Featured in 2017 NYC Marathon Guide

CPTC’s Alan Ruben – a Hall of Famer, a former president, and generally a running legend – was featured in this year’s NYC Marathon program.  This year marked Alan’s 30th consecutive NYC Marathon.  Remarkably, 25 straight of those were sub-3 hours.  Alan’s well deserved spotlight from NYRR can be seen below.  Congrats Alan! Text From NYRR Program: The first time Alan Ruben ran the New York City Marathon, he thought it would be “a nice way to say goodbye” to the city. The Englishman had been living and working here for a couple of years and was about to head…

More 2017 Benefit Photos from Jay-R Mojica & John Tran

Thanks Jay-R and John! Jay-R’s Photos Johns Photos  

2017 Benefit Pictures

Big thanks to Pierre Castillon for taking pictures at this years Benefit! The full album can be viewed here. If anyone else has picture they would like to share let us know and we can add to the album.    

2017 CPTC Benefit Tickets

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Running After Your Prime: Wise Words From Hal Lieberman

For many of us on CPTC, running is, for the most part, easy. Running at peak levels and setting PRs requires extra effort, but the basic process, the motivation, the perceived effort, and other running details can remain relatively consistent for long periods of time. Taken as a whole, running can be somewhat robotic and the reaction function is easy to understand – put the work in and see the benefits in your performance. And then one day, things start to change ever so slightly, and unfortunately, sometimes the cause of that shift is hard to reverse. Although the list…

Meet Jen St. Jean…Again!

Last month, Amy Kvilhaug wrote about Jen St. Jean’s gold medal victory in the 1500m at the North and Central America and Caribbean Region of the World Masters Athletics Championships in Canada.  This came on the heels of her victory at the USATF Masters Track and Field Championship in the 1500m and recognition as the USATF June Masters Athlete of the Month even before that victory.  But do you actually know Jen St. Jean?  In CPTC’s last newsletter, we ran the interview that follows – take a read to learn more about one of CPTC’s top performers. MEET JENNIFER ST. JEAN Meet…

Noel Haynes Named USATF Masters July Athlete of the Month

Noel Haynes had been named as USATF Masters July Athlete of the Month. Read more about it here. Congrats Noel!      

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