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Danvers 5K Fun Run

Danvers, MA, September 10, 2008

Overall Results

01) Crystal Anthony		18:58	First Overall. First Female. My secret? I drink soy milk mixed with Jet Fuel.
02) James DeLuca		18:59	
03) Annie Rose Willis		19:42	
04) Steve Lynch			19:44	
05) Billy Prentiss		20:05	
06) Chris Soucy			20:12	What was your fake Injury again? Too bad, it really affected your time. Only 20:12?	
07) Dan Foley			20:28	
08) Joseph Miles		21:00	Will see if you can reach the beach. Keep those windows rolled down on the van.
09) Matt Adams			21:38	
10) Tim Goulter			21:44	First Run. Crackin the top ten on your first run here. We like that.
11) Frank Lanzillo		21:49	
12) Sarah Longo			22:03		
13) Dean Malerba		22:44	
14) Kevin Collins 		23:33	Personal Record. Yah I surf, Yah I run, Yah I have a cool motorcycle. What? you don't?
15) Jeff Pomroy			23:42	
16) Michael Paddol		23:53			
17) Gregg Crean`		23:55	First Run
18) Mike Hale			23:57	Tell Whitehead to stop SLACKIN!
19) James Perkins		24:48	
20) Nate Lamar			24:50	
21) Kevin Counihan		24:55	
22) sue Quimby			25:14	
23) Jay Megiller		25:20
24) Eileen Dunn			25:22	
25) Ken Hewson			25:53	
26) Mike Cole			26:01	Mikes back. I'm glad that the adult kickball season is over. That was a huge trophy. Congrats.	
27) Mark Jones			26:03	
28) Christina Nawn		26:04	Second First Run
29) Natasha Coyne		26:16	
30) Meghan Dunuran		27:17	First Run
31) Andrea Listro		27:45	
32) Nichole Turcotte		28:21
33) Elizabeth Jones		28:41
34) Mike Schlegel		28:42	
35) Sheri Troccha		30:35	First Run
36) Jennifer Clark		34:55	
37) Jennifer Sullivan		34:55	
38) Kristen Evans		15:00	Trouble maker.
39) Linda Tiernan		15:01	First Run. Linda rules.
I find this only fitting, considering this evenings results:

In Greek mythology, Nike (Greek  pronounced [nk[], meaning Victory), was a goddess who personified triumph throughout the ages of the ancient Greek culture.
Depending upon the time of various myths, she was described as the daughter of Pallas (Titan) and Styx (Water), and the sister of Kratos (Strength), Bia (Force), and of Zelus (Rivalry).
Nike and her siblings all became described as attendants of Zeus when his cult gained the position of the dominant deity of the Greek pantheon and the roles of older deities were changed
in new myths. According to classical (later) myth, Styx brought them to Zeus when the god was assembling allies for the Titan War against the older deities. Nike assumed the role of the divine
charioteer, a role in which she often is portrayed in Classical Greek art. Her Roman counterpart is Victoria. Nike is seen with wings in most statues and paintings. Most other winged deities
in the Greek pantheon had shed their wings by Classical times. Nike is the goddess of strength, speed, and victory. Nike was a very close acquaintance with Athena goddess of war.

I prefer Nike show up to the runs, rather than Athena.

We always welcome donations of canned or non-perishable food items. We like to show our support for the local
food bank. I promise we don't eat it all while you are out pounding the pavement.