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Coffee-O-Five

Falmouth, MA, July 4, 2003

Post Race Fireworks this Week at Coffee O Five

by by Ken Gartner

Many of the regulars were not there this week and it was a small field of only 20 runners who took part in this weeks Fourth of July running of the Coffee-O-Five. Many of the regulars were running in one of the numerous Fourth of July road races throughout New England, while others were resting for the next dayıs Paul White Road Race in North Falmouth. Some of course were instead just sitting back with their feet up and enjoying themselves at a summer cookout. Peter Landry ran in the Mattapoisett Five Mile Road Race earlier in the day and then battled the traffic as he raced back to participate in the Coffee O Five in the afternoon. Brian Nelson turned in his fastest time of the year as he raced home to a second place finish in 32:39. Jim Ward edged Chris George for third and Kirk DiRubio of Cataumet garnered his first top five finish, in just over 36 minutes. All the women in the field finished in succession. Jamie George of Needham led the way with a time of just over 40 minutes. It was the first Coffee O Five win for Ms. George. Susan Colburn-Nevier of Seattle, Washington followed three minutes later to take second. Madeleine Marken edged Marcie Butler for third. Rounding out the field was Anne Hasson of Milton who placed fifth in one of her best finishes. The C offee O Five is a weekly five-mile road race and 2.4-mile walk, which is held every Friday night at 5:30 from Town Hall Square in Falmouth. There is no entry fee for this self-timed event and all runners and walkers are invited to participate.




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