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Coffee-O-Five

Falmouth, MA, January 17, 2003

Cold Night at Coffee O

by by Ken Gartner

Thirteen runners and three walkers braved the slick, snowy roads for this weekıs Coffee-O-Five. The only real race this night was the race to get through with the run and return home before the cold Arctic cold front arrived. The runners won the race, as it was still 29 degrees out when the last runner crossed the line, and the temperatures didn't plummet until later on in the evening. Dave Stuebe bolted to a large lead from the start and managed to hold it until just around the half way mark. Ulandt Kim reeled him at at two and a half miles and the two crossed the line together in a tie for second. Jack Carroll nabbed fourth and Dan Webb just barely hung on for fifth, as his time stood up this week to the 42:30 turned in by the late starting Paul Hartel. Mr. Hartel is a notorious late starter and must either have a tough boss or a bad watch. Jessica Baker made her first Coffee-O-Five appearance of the new year and finished fourth over-all and first for the women. Sharon Napier edged Madeleine Marken for second and Carolyn Bird was the fourth woman across the line. For Ms. Marken, it was her first Friday night run since last fall when she injured herself in a hiking accident. She didn't seem to lose much speed in her convalescence. For the walkers, Donn Lunn joined the Pelletiers in a leisurely late night stroll through the snow. The Coffee O Five is a weekly five-mile run and 2.4 mile walk held at 5:30 from Town Hall Square in Falmouth. The event is free and participants for next weeks run are encouraged to wear very, very warm clothes.




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