gonna need a bigger boat"
Chief Brody were in Lowell last night that may have been his observation
of the Good Times. But this is Lowell, not Amity Island, and with 242
finishers, just 6 shy of our our all time record, nothing is keeping runners
away from the Good Times Series.
packed house at Hookslides following the run.
theme was based on the classic Irish movie Waking Ned Devine. I won't
give away the plot of the movie, but it does involve a winning lottery
ticket. So in keeping with the theme all winners received a Mass Mega
Millions ticket. In the seven years we've been running this race no one
has hit the jackpot so the odds are favorable that this is the year.
also a good night for setting PRs. A total of 90 runners went home with
PR Mylies. I believe this is the most we have ever awarded in one evening.
There was also a contest for guessing how many PRs would be set. Mark
Corbett guessed the closest at 66.
is starting to take shape with Tyngsboro's Tim Burke leading the pack
for the men and Methuen's Christie (Fox) Kay leading the women. The performance of the night was turned in by Marshall Randolph of Wellesley who ran 19:37 and set a new 60-69 age group record.
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Next week is our famous Rose Maguire's Great Mill Girl Chase. The women
get a 2 minute and 30 second head start. The men follow in pursuit; first
across the line wins $100. This is one of my favorite races in the series.
I hope you can join us. And as always, we can't guarantee you will
run a fast time, but we promise you will have a good time.