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Club No. 87
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Women's Open

 

Caron, Melissa J. 10586 36 F Westwood MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
32:49 58:44 1:24:11 1:50:10 1:55:51 2:16:15 2:43:06 3:10:45 3:38:01
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:47

  3:49:57

3:42:58

7053 1657 1340
Lane, Stacey 10025 35 F Charlestown MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
31:42 56:57 1:21:12 1:46:11 1:51:38 2:11:26 2:42:20 3:12:49 3:42:53
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:01

  3:56:16

3:49:33

7980 2154 1665
Larsen, Kristen E. 15693 26 F Bedford MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
38:49 1:05:09 1:31:52 1:58:24 2:04:08 2:25:43 2:56:39 3:37:48 4:10:42
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

10:10

  4:26:14

4:12:34

10825 3667 2532
Lerner, Lisa H. 9269 38 F Newton MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
31:04 57:10 1:22:35 1:48:19 1:53:54 2:14:00 2:39:49 3:06:24 3:31:37
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:29

  3:42:26

3:36:09

5922 1077 890
Mc Laughlin, Irene A. 10459 32 F Needham MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k PR!
First Boston
33:01 59:15 1:24:30 1:50:19 1:55:50 2:16:09 2:42:18 3:08:19 3:33:52
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:35

  3:44:55

3:37:56

6291 1254 1032
Stubbendick, Amy L. 6301 26 F Brighton MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
26:03 48:52 1:11:32 1:34:23 1:39:20 1:57:17 2:20:29 2:44:55 3:11:30
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

7:47

  3:23:47

3:20:11

3283 272 218

 

Women's Masters

 

Bober, Janet G. 11776 56 F Burlington MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
33:02 1:00:49 1:28:16 1:56:28 2:02:13 2:24:09 2:51:59 3:18:01 3:43:21
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:57

  3:54:31

3:47:49

7730 2008 34
Hauserman, Teri L. 11957 45 F Needham MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
34:49 1:02:54 1:30:31 1:58:30 2:04:29 2:26:51 2:57:08 3:27:30 3:57:09
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:34

  4:10:35

4:02:25

9618 3066 776
Nolan, Denise M. 15737 43 F Cambridge MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
41:41 1:08:45 1:35:37 2:02:48 2:08:39 2:30:32 2:59:56 3:29:40 3:59:01
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:38

  4:12:34

3:57:57

9782 3145 801
Turkdogan, Judith L. 13288 50 F Wellesley MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k First Official Marathon
37:42 1:06:05 1:34:38 2:05:08 2:12:05 2:38:17 3:16:22 4:01:43 4:41:20
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

11:23

  4:58:05

4:47:06

12373 4347 229

 

Men's Open

 

Armstrong, David P. 14042 38 M South Kingstown RI USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k First Boston
37:06 1:01:36 1:26:23 1:52:05 1:57:24 2:17:44 2:45:21 3:13:40 3:41:11
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:55

  3:53:45

3:42:17

7629 5682 2711
Mc Laughlin, Michael 13648 39 M Needham MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
36:12 1:00:51 1:24:55 1:49:07 1:54:20 2:13:30 2:41:11 3:15:23 3:52:31
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:27

  4:07:46

3:56:29

9331 6405 2972
Neuhauser, John J. 13952 29 M Sudbury MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k First Boston
First Sub-4 Marathon
41:24 1:08:55 1:35:46 2:02:48 2:08:38 2:29:40 2:56:45 3:24:13 3:53:15
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:21

  4:05:09

3:52:35

9063 6282 2916
Pace, Ryan D. 3489 28 M Brookline MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k PR!
Best Boston
21:35 42:29 1:03:09 1:24:07 1:28:39 1:45:20 2:07:18 2:30:13 2:52:50
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

6:59

  3:02:55

3:01:36

1062 1005 736
Reilley, Thomas P. 15300 29 M Boston MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k First Official Marathon
First Sub-4 Marathon
48:17 1:16:38 1:44:33 2:12:30 2:18:33 2:40:40 3:09:20 3:39:31 4:07:52
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:54

  4:19:31

3:58:58

10339 6914 3198

 

Men's Masters

 

Amster, Michael B. 8586 50 M Concord MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k PR!
Best Boston
28:57 53:08 1:16:50 1:41:00 1:46:11 2:05:09 2:30:06 2:55:57 3:22:04
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:08

  3:33:10

3:28:20

4608 4016 321
Belausteguigoitia, Imanol 5935 41 M Wellesley MA USA MEX  
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k PR!
First Boston
25:07 47:28 1:09:11 1:30:55 1:35:42 1:52:42 2:16:05 2:40:22 3:03:42
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

7:24

  3:14:01

3:11:21

2042 1927 531
Brandon, Tom A. 14992 43 M Dedham MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
37:06 1:01:55 1:26:53 1:53:25 1:59:28 2:22:21 - - -
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:11

4:00:36 - DNF - - -
Carroll, James M. Jr. 2814 53 M Wellesley MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
24:58 50:22 1:15:07 1:39:55 1:45:17 2:04:41 2:29:38 2:54:42 3:18:55
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division
7:59   3:29:10

3:28:28

4033 3601 253
Devine, Jack 8794 54 M West Roxbury MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
28:58 53:37 1:18:08 1:42:30 1:47:48 2:06:57 2:31:52 2:57:35 3:23:41
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:13

  3:35:12

3:30:22

4889 4202 364
Di Tucci, Frank J. 3142 49 M Lexington MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k Best Boston
22:40 44:31 1:06:08 1:28:13 1:32:59 1:50:40 2:13:48 2:37:57 3:01:43
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

7:20

  3:12:16

3:10:57

1866 1767 478
Lerner, Ethan A. 15251 45 M Newton MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k PR!
Best Boston
40:08 1:06:03 1:32:47 1:59:24 2:05:10 2:27:14 2:56:01 3:24:46 3:55:21
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:26

  4:07:14

3:53:01

9282 6380 2400
McCaffrey, Stephen O. 6453 42 M Woburn MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
25:27 48:14 1:10:45 1:33:29 1:38:28 1:56:27 2:20:17 2:45:52 3:11:00
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

7:44

  3:22:40

3:19:35

3157 2905 926
Miller, Brian H. 12655 55 M Newton MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k First Sub-4 Marathon
Best Boston
37:46 1:07:02 1:35:41 2:03:58 2:10:08 2:32:50 3:02:18 3:31:07 3:57:52
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:30

  4:09:01

3:59:28

9456 6469 910
Payne, Michael G. 12858 52 M Wayland MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
37:56 1:05:49 1:33:24 2:02:03 2:08:26 2:32:24 3:04:54 3:38:08 4:10:38
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

10:07

  4:24:53

4:15:00

10730 7105 1014
Petrolini, John H. 15404 52 M Westwood MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
42:04 1:10:15 1:38:08 2:06:58 2:13:18 2:38:09 3:09:45 3:40:52 4:10:44
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

10:03

  4:23:28

4:09:22

10631 7055 1007
Pyles, Robert L. 13276 65 M Wellesley MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
37:39 1:04:14 1:31:02 1:58:16 2:04:10 2:26:19 2:55:14 3:26:28 3:58:11
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:38

  4:12:25

4:01:45

9765 6626 146
Stasey, Robert L. 15431 56 M Natick MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
41:01 1:08:42 1:35:37 2:02:47 2:08:38 2:29:56 2:58:28 3:27:23 3:56:05
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

9:28

  4:08:14

3:54:10

9375 6428 899
Sweeney, John D. 14043 44 M Dedham MA USA    
Checkpoints 5k 10k 15k 20k Half 25k 30k 35k 40k  
36:56 1:01:19 1:25:08 1:49:11 1:54:23 2:13:19 2:37:46 3:03:50 3:33:18
Finish Pace Projected Time Official Time ChipTime Overall Gender Division

8:38

  3:46:24

3:34:57

6537 5147 1941

 

 


 

Boston Marathon
April 16, 2001

Team Results

Open Men 43/45 11:01:49  Ryan, Dave, John
Open Women 18/31 10:51:08 Amy, Lisa, Irene
Masters Men 22/39  9:48:57 Frank, Imanol, Steve
Masters Women 14/17 12:17:40 Jan, Denise, Teri

Note: all team times are cumulative official (clock) times

 


Race Commentaries

Irene McLaughlin:

Well, I did it: I completed my first Boston. Woo hoo!  

It’s funny how you can run those hills week after week and, still, when you hit the first of the Newton Hills on the course you can’t help but think, “holy cow, now how many more of these beauties do I have to get over”? (The truth is that I was really thinking about things less holy than cows and less handsome than beauties, but that’s not important right now.)

You do have an advantage, though, when you know the hills. I feel bad for the poor dope running next to me who confidently declared to his friend upon hitting the first hill, “yep, this must be Heartbreak.” I’m pretty sure it was the same poor dope who was next to me at the bottom of the second hill who asked, in a far more subdued voice, “there’s another one?” He wasn’t anywhere near me for the third. Like I said, it helps to know the hills.

And thank goodness for the liars along the course, from the ones who yelled out “you’re almost there!” at mile 17.5 to the ones who screamed “Yankees suck!” Since I didn’t have the pleasure of having John Sweeney moon me from a pre-race vehicle, these comments were the next best thing for a good laugh. (Sorry I missed the Entering Brookline sign. Jack, did I pass?)

This really was the most unusual race I have run to date. Where else but in the Boston Marathon can you run next to Howard Stern, a unicorn, the human embodiment of the Canadian flag and a guy in a grass skirt? (John, don’t answer that. It’s a rhetorical question.)

On a very serious note, there are so many people in this club who helped make this day possible for me, and I want to thank every one of you for your help. I have learned so much from training with everyone over this past year. Thanks for making this marathon a very special one for me. Congratulations to everyone on a job very well done.

See you at the track. Eventually. I hope…

 

Melissa Caron:

This was my fourth Boston Marathon. I did everything I was supposed to do.  I trained consistently, ate a lot of carbohydrates along the way, wore the right clothes, stretched, didn't get injured (knock on wood), got as much sleep as possible, went out easy, and I even had a fresh pair of sneakers with at least 50 miles on them at the start.  I had a blast training with everyone.  I never got to the point where the run felt like work.   My mind set was very positive.  I will even go out on a limb to say I was expecting a PR considering how well training had gone. 

Low and behold, it didn't happen.  The lesson for this season is: Eat my own spaghetti and don't expect much from the marathon, it's way too fickle. Something as minor as eating the wrong kind of spaghetti can throw five months of training "down the tubes".   So, in the future I must eat my own spaghetti and try again!

 

Judy Turkdogan:

My first time officially running the Boston Marathon was memorable, but the camaraderie and encouragement that surrounded it made a bigger impression on me than actually running it.  When I ran it three years ago as a bandit, it was a last minute decision.  I ran it alone and there were no friends or family members watching.  This time, I saw friends cheering me on in Natick and Wellesley.  Four family members took pictures and cheered me on as I passed Coolidge Corner.  Throughout the race, club members who started out behind me caught up and had words of encouragement.  Other members cheered me on at the mile 17 water stop.  It made a world of difference seeing people I knew along the route.  Another wonderful surprise awaited me when I returned to work on Tuesday.  Throughout the day, everyone in my small company took time to congratulate me and ask about the race.  My supervisor had tracked my progress throughout the race and kept the entire company posted.  Despite knowing that I was much slower than I had hoped, everyone told me I'd done a great job.

 

John Petrolini:

Another marathon in the books. Another medal. Another silver blanket. Don't you just love the sounds and sights of that sea of silver blankets lining Boylston street after the race.  Immediately after finishing, I was very disappointed with my performance (code for depressed). In this my ninth marathon, I achieved my worst time ever.  In fact, it was the second time in five weeks that I "achieved a worst". Melrose was also my worst half marathon ever.  But I've had time to reflect and remind myself that I have always believed that there are three goals associated with a marathon.  And that they are sequential goals. First, get to the start line healthy.  Second, get to the finish line.  Third, hit my time target.  Here are my reflections against these goals.

Getting to the start line healthy:
I enjoy running more than I can express in words. The long run with good people like HHS teammates is such an enjoyable experience.  I have met and "really" got to know so many of you over the last few months of training.  I smile to myself when I think of the many conversations we have had while clicking off the miles on the course, up the hills, and at the coffee shop.  Does anyone else remember the Sunday when the wind chill was 50 below zero and in our face both ways.  OK, so I exaggerate a little. But you knew exactly what day I meant didn't you.  And how about the Babson track workouts. I can close my eyes and project myself back reading the charts on the wall at Babson.  What's our 10K pace for 400 again?  Yes, I not only got to the start line healthy, I enjoyed every step along the way. Goal accomplished.

Getting to the finish line:
I guess this journey began when my feet hit the floor at 5:30 A.M.  It has to include the ride out to Holly's house, the banter while there, and the nervous energy we all tried to not let get the best of us.  What should I eat?  When should I stop drinking?  Should I head over to the start now?  Long sleeves? Short sleeve?  Singlet?  Singlet over Short sleeves?  What's that big yellow thing in the sky?  Oh the sun.  Haven't seen that in a while.  I don't think it gets any better than standing in those corrals, joking with others you know and don't know, watching the helicopters overhead, and then that final flyover by the jets.  What a send off.  Let's see, did Jim say left or right of that first island?  Then I think about the crowds along the way, the great volunteers, and the other runners I met.  I love running through the different neighborhoods Hopkinton, Ashland, Framingham, Natick Center, Wellesley College, etc.. Each has it's own unique character and flavor. Was it my imagination or did that guy at BC offer me a beer? And of course Kenmore to the finish.  Geeze, come to think about it, I may have been running nearly 10:00 miles by then, but yes, I think I actually flew across the finish line.  Goal accomplished.

Time target:
OK, so I was twenty minutes slower than my slowest previous time. You know what? There's always next year. Two out of three isn't so bad. 

By the way, I may never, ever, eat another carbohydrate.

 

Brian Miller

Jim, I just want to say thanks for all your hard work and efforts.  

I can't believe I broke four hours!!!!! I was 2:00 at the half and at Heartbreak Hill I knew I could do it, but I had to make up around three minutes; my last five miles were: 8:39, 8:34, 8:43, 8:33, and 9:54 for 1.2; I'm not sure what the last mile before the 0.2 was, around 8:34, I guess. This has been my goal since my first marathon. 

I also want to tell you how proud and happy I am to be a member of the Heartbreak Hill Striders. I can't remember being a member of any group such as ours.  Everyone is so nice, so helpful, and so supportive. Thanks again.

P.S. Thanks for "listening" to my stressful e-mails

 

 












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