gonna need a bigger boat" -- Part II
When I titled
last week's race write-up "You're
gonna need a bigger boat" I had no idea that it would be
such a prophetic statement.
champion Kara Haas with her mom and dad Ann and Richard Molloy.
In the seven
years I've been doing the Good Times last night's rain was almost the
worst I've seen. The worst occurred several years ago when I had to disqualify
several runners for white water rafting down the VFW Highway.
theme was Rose Maguire Great Mill Girl Chase 5K. If you want to learn more
about the race please check out Skip Cleaver's story: Rose
Maguire's Great Mill Girl Chase 5K--The Only One of Its Kind in New England.
continued her domination of this event by placing first overall and winning
the $100 first prize. Lowell's Titus Mutinda placed second overall just
56-second behind Kara. In all 168 brave soles endured the torrential down
pour. Tyngsboro's Tim Burke strengthens his position on top the Good Times
Leaderboard while Lunenburg's Erica Paton marched into the top spot for
Who are these people?
For those of you following the Good Times Facebook
page you may have noticed some discussion this week regarding
running under an alias (i.e., Lois Lane, Fox Muldar). The first thought
might be that these folks are doing this to obtain more Mylie PR Medals.
Well nothing could be further from the truth. All the aliases have identified
themselves so that I can properly track their PRs. My only question is
why Barry Allen or John Wesley Shipp has not appeared? For those who have
no idea of what I talking about, may I suggest a Google search.
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Next week is our Elizabeth Cady Stanton 5K. The race will be gender graded
so the women get a bit of an advantage. I promise, no make that guarantee,
the weather will be better. And as always, we can't
guarantee you will run a fast time, but we promise you will have a good
time at the Good Times Series.