Age-Graded and IAAF Lists for Indoor Track (Mar23 2015)

CPTC Sends 15 Athletes to Diamond League Adidas Grand Prix

CPTC New Balance is off to great start with 3 USA National Qualifiers, New Club Records and Joe Kleinerman Champion!

  Chaz Thomas USA Indoor National Qualifier – Long Jump 7.59m PR Cat Beck USA Indoor National Qualifier – 3000m 9:25 PR Heather Miller USA Indoor National Qualifier – Pentathlon 5945 Hept PR Lorain McKenzie New Club Record 600m 1:31 Peter Brady CPTC Masters Record 1000m 2:39 PR – previously record held by Chris Potter Judy Stobbe CPTC Masters Record 600m 1:50 OTHER CPTC BEST LIST PERFORMANCES – http://www.centralparktc.org/best-times/ WOMEN 400m #7 Diana Cruz 500m #2 Lorain McKenzie 500m #5 Steph Herrick 500m #9 Maria Jangsten 600m #9 Mallory Fratta 600m #10 Judy Stobbe 3000m #4 Erin Koch 60m Hurdles…

Greg Cass Featured in the NY Times

Age-Graded Lists & IAAF Points for Outdoor Track (Aug 19 2013)

Team Champs: Race Reports From the Men

  Greg Cass and Phil Falk   (All photos: Michael Ahern)   From Phil Falk of the Open: The Open Men’s team had a great showing at Saturday’s Club Championships Five Miler. With mercifully cool-ish weather and even a light drizzle during the warm-up, conditions were about as good as you could ask for early August. As Mary W put it during her opening remarks: “Today is about winning! … … Just kidding, today is about camaraderie.” (But maybe also a little about winning, I think I might have heard.) In any event, the team brought it, took third place, and…

Peter Brady Wins 800 at Masters Nationals

(Photo: Sue Pearsall)   CPTC supplemented its impressive masters middle distance crew this year with the addition of Jersey City’s Peter Brady. With his victory in the M 40 800 at Masters Nationals last week in Kansas, CPTC now has, in Neil Fitzgerald and Peter, both the world champion in the M 40 800, and also the national champion. Many of us have seen Peter (from the back) in local races, since he has been in the area for many years. He grew up in Ridgefield, CT and has been running in the tri-state area since. He came to the…

Race Reports from Portugal Day

  From Greg Cass of the Open: Sunday was a great day for racing in NYC, and the CPTC Open Men threw down some fast times to prove it.  When all is said and done, the Open Men should have 3rd place locked down once again.  Unfortunately, due to some issues with registration and B-tags, the current standings don’t reflect what will ultimately be the team’s second consecutive 3rd place finish and hopefully the beginning of a 2013 trend. The team was led by Dan Seidel, who made the quick trip in from California to run a 26:03 in what…

Race Reports from the Women: Brooklyn Half

From Lauren Carter of the Open Women: This scoring race took Lady Orange out to the borough of Brooklyn where we proved our strength at yet another distance.  From the Brooklyn Museum through Prospect Park and down to Coney Island, we proved that we can be a force to be reckoned with no matter what borough we are in! The women’s open team was led by Kate Pfeffer’s blazing 1:22:57.  Following her lead were Lauren Carter and Alysia Dusseau, with a 1:24:26 and 1:24:36 respectively.  Jenn Busse made her return to the road with a stellar 1:25:11, and Annie Onishi…

Rolanda opens the season with a world-class time!

Rolanda opened her steeple season with 10:08 for the win at Princeton’s Sam Howell. That time puts her as #7 on the 2013 World  Top List for the Steeple, according to All-Athletics.com.

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