Tuesday, February 17, 2015

(2/16-2/22): aGSTC Wins Gold at Millrose!




THE WEEKLY EMAIL

Sign up for Road Relays!  Today!  
Road Relays
The Route 1 Rivalry
The Road Relays, in its 5th year, has been a long standing tradition of the aGSTC to welcome in the spring racing season.  However, a new tradition started last year: the Rutgers Running Club (RRC) vs. the Princeton Running Club (PRC).  

The club teams compete in three different categories (men, women, and co-ed), and it's scored like a cross country meet.  For example, last year the PRC men's team finished 1st and 3rd, followed by the RRC placing 2nd and 4th.  So, the PRC scored four points (1+3) and the RRC six (2+4).  

In 2014, the PRC defeated the RRC, 13-17.  The PRC took the men, the RRC took the women, but the PRC swept the top two team spots in the co-ed, resulting in the Karnes Cup going south to Princeton.  
The RRC (left) and PRC (right) pose after RR last year.
This year, however, is an entirely new year.  While the PRC is hot off a top-10 finish at NIRCA Nationals during cross country, the RRC has been building steadily all winter.

While the PRC is shown here holding the Karnes Cup, named after former PRC president Ryan Karnes, 2015 may have a different outcome.

Two weeks to go!



 

 

aGSTC SPRING PLAN
WEEK SEVEN
Those who have paid dues will have the spring training plan sent to them; it is built around the team schedule.  It will be done via a google doc.  There are other plans available as well.  Pay your yearly dues here.

Intermediate/advanced 1500m-5k: on the track for indoor and outdoor track, 6-7 days a week of running, 2 weekly workouts and a long run

Intermediate/Advance Marathon: 6-7 days of runningThe focus being on a weekly workout and long run

Beginner 5k-HM: 4 days a week of running focus on weekly workout and long run

Email ken_goglas@hotmail.com for access to other plans or a specific individualized plan that fits your needs and goals.

 

Spring plan built around USATF-NJ team races here

 

Marathon Plan (Intermediate/Advanced) here

 

5k-Half Marathon Beginner: here

Kyle's Canyon
by Kyle Price

Kyle's Korner is a segment of the Club's weekly email that will focus on reacquainting you with a different current club member each week. We will catch you up on how they are doing with regards to their training, their lives, and other general nonsense. This segment intends to be informative and educational while attempting humor in a purely inoffensive way. Mostly.

 

This week on Kyle's Korner we talked with an athlete whose name you've all heard, but whose story with the club might surprise you. Tyrone Ross has run and won some big time races wearing a black and yellow uniform and is a well recognized athlete where ever he goes. He pushes himself to the max at practice and motivates everyone else around him while doing so. Whether he is taking on the roll of athlete or coach, his personality is always energetic.


 

 Flex Jackson

 

 

Kyle: Hello Flex, thanks for joining us.

Mr. Jackson: What's going on playa?

Kyle: Well for starters, why don't you give us a little background on yourself? What lead you to the GSTC?

Mr. Jackson: So this is my first season with GSTC..I had a short stint with Rutgers track team..I had two back to back knee surgeries so my time at Rutgers was short lived. I've been running for 19 years year now and I just love the sport of track and field...but I do hate running alone so I started researching clubs in the area and I've found a home here at GSTC.

Kyle: Those are the stories we love. Perseverance in running. I recall seeing very recent post saying that you have reached the level of fitness that you left off prior to surgery. How does that feel?

Mr. Jackson: Yea I haven't been much of great indoor runner and the marks I got in Boston this past weekend are where I was prior to surgery.. it feels amazing ! I have a great group of guys that I train with during the week at Highland Park... I know I am only going to get faster as the season goes on!

Kyle: Sounds like an awesome comeback story!

Mr. Jackson: "Minor setbacks for a major comeback" is what they say right? lol

Kyle: I believe they do ha. So are you faster now then in college?

Mr. Jackson: I am not. When I was competing in college my Pr's were 48 high in the quarter and 154 for the half mile...I want to get back to that half mile its just a little rough cause I was going to Physical therapy throughout the summer and all the half milers were building their base at that time. So hopefully I can get in a couple 800s this outdoor season.

Kyle: Well you're already where you were at prior to surgery so I think you're well on your way to getting back down to those times. What big meets are you training for right now?

Mr. Jackson: The meet on my list next is Millrose..I'm hoping to have a relay spot so I can do some damage at the armory.

Kyle: 800 or 400? Or you taking whatever you can get ha?

Mr. Jackson: I would love to run the open 400 at Millrose..I know its a pretty restrictive meet as far as entries, so we will see what chuck does with the entries.

Kyle: Chuck is known for being crafty with entries. What about you outdoor season? What are looking to accomplish?

Mr. Jackson: As far as outdoor that is the turn up!! That's when all the cuties come out and watch you run lol but as far as accomplishments if I can hit 48 low in the open I will be happy and if I can hit 152ish I will be happy with that.


 

Kyle: I would be extremely happy with times like that as well! You excited to compete at Club Nationals?

Mr. Jackson: Definitely! I know the club won a club national championship last year I believe...I believe we have the talent to definitely do it again this year!

Kyle: It was two years ago, but last year was on the west coast and we didn't go so that hardly counts lol. I would still consider this year as defending our title. Let's get a little personal before we finish this up. Did you even consider any other sports before settling on track?

Mr. Jackson: Yea we didn't go there so it doesn't count lol.But yes did I!! I loved playing football and basketball I would say I was slightly above average in both I was also a soccer player and wrestler but pretty much once I got to high school I concentrated on track cause that's what I was best at...if I could choose a sport to play and be really good at I think I would lean towards basketball slightly more than football.

I hate the cold so playing indoors is always a plus for me lol.

Kyle: I think most everyone save us crazy distance runners would agree with you ha. Now I and those of us that see you at practice all the time know the real answer to this, but can you clear up any questions for our viewers on where the name Flex comes from?

Mr. Jackson: Hahaha believe it or not Flex is my legal middle name, it was a name given by my father, my father was an incredible bodybuilder back in his prime..so this where the name flex came from, the bodybuilding world lol.

Kyle:Well like father like son. Both incredible athletes.

Mr. Jackson: Thank you, appreciate that Kyle!

Kyle: Anytime Flex! That's all the time we have this week. Thank you for speaking with us.

Mr. Jackson:No problem, have a good one. Thank you for having me.

Kyle: Tune in next week to see who we interview!


 

 

 

 

aGSTC Wins Gold at Millrose Games

NYC- On paper, the club's sprint medley relay of Tyrone Ross (400m), Jamal Roberts (200m), Isaiah Gill (200m), and Dylan Lowry (800m) seemed unbeatable.  However, anything can happen in the sport of track and field--especially with sprint handoffs--so execution was essential.

And execute they did.

Ross ran a flawless opening leg of 49.35, sitting on the Central Park lead-off for 350 meters, waiting for the final stretch to unleash a kick pushing the Black and Gold to a half-second lead they would only build during the next three legs.

From there, Gill (22.26) opened up a full second on the CPTC, whose athlete split 23.32; Roberts widened the lead even more, rolling a 22.29 while the cross-river rivals countered with a 22.70. 
Roberts passes to Lowry in the final exchange

This left anchor Lowry a comfortable two second buffer, and the crafty middle-distance star opened his first 400m in a relaxed 57.0.  The Central Park half miler worked hard to get on his shoulder, but Lowry evenly-split his next 400m in 57, leaving the Blue and Orange three seconds back.  Crossing the finish line, knowing it was the club's first-ever gold medal at the historic meet dating back to 1908, he extended his arm upward, baton to the sky, as he hit the famed Millrose Games tape.  Watch the race here.
Ross, Roberts, Lowry, and Gill (sitting) pose after winning the SMR
And with that, the club's quartet joined an elite group of athletes such as Kip Keino, Bernard Lagat, Eamonn Coghlan, Paavo Nurmi, Mary Decker, and Carl Lewis: Millrose Games champions.

Men's 4x2: OUTLEANED
Kirkland, Duncan, Roberts, and Robbins post-race
The good news: they ran a club record by a whopping two seconds, leading for most of the race.  The bad news: they lost by .02, getting out leaned at the finish line.

Things got off to a rocky start, as Gill became dehydrated minutes before the race and passed out.  Rushed to the medical tent, the group had to take Herman Kirkland, who has only long jumped this year, from the B team to the A Team.  This left the B Team one man short, but that's a different story below.
Robbins on the final stretch 


Kirkland leadoff in 22.7, putting the team in a distant fourth.  Duncan grabbed the baton and pushed the team into third, closing the gap with the top two teams.  He and Roberts struggled with the baton pass, but once Roberts got rolling, he picked off another team--pushing the club into second.  Robbins opened up a very hard 100m, bringing the crowd to its feet as he moved into the lead.  As he navigated the final turn, however, John Lundy of DC International gained hard on him.  They both leaned hard at the tape, but it was clear Lundy, with a season best 21.02 FAT this year, had stolen the gold medal.  The final times were 1:28.82-1:28.84.


Women's DMR: THIRD!
Black, Salge, Prettyman, and Davis
Despite lots of last minute scratches, resulting in the unfortunate scratching of the B Team just two days before, the quartet of Ally Black (1200), Shene Davis (400), Nicole Salge (800), and Lindsay Prettyman (1600) ran an incredibly tough race.  They finished 3rd in 11:57.37, the second fastest time in club history.  They also beat Central Park TC, putting them as the 2nd overall club, both club firsts.

Black, an eighteen year old first-year student at Rutgers, ran a gutsy opening leg.  Battling NYAC and St. John's down to the very last stride, she handed off in fourth in 3:43.  CPTC opened a six second lead on the field with an impressive 3:37 lead-off.  
Davis, a triple jumper nursing an injury sustained last month, gained on the entire field.  With 100m to go, all four teams were clustered together, as the CPTC 400 leg split a pedestrian 65.05 dissolving their once insurmountable lead.  The aGSTC were still in 4th, but just a second separated the entire pack.
Black taking an early lead in the DMR

The race immediately broke up during the third leg, as NYAC (2:12), CPTC (2:12), and St. John's (2:14) all had monster half milers.  Salge, a last-minute switch from the b-team, ran her heart out, splitting an all-time indoor PR of 2:19.37 despite doing all of it alone.

Anchor Prettyman opened up her first several laps running sub-5:00 pace, but it all looked futile as fourth place seemed a lock.  At the half mile mark, however, the CPTC anchor began to falter, as she no longer could keep pace with the NYAC anchor Esther Erb.  Prettyman made up ground during the entire last 800m, finally passing her on the final lap.  She carried the baton in 4:55.85--the fastest in club history and the second fastest in the race behind Erb's 4:49 carry. 

SMR: B Team Medals
Ramirez, Parisen, Duncan, and Robbins (sitting)
The sprint medley "B Team" lined up knowing they had a chance to win it all, and coming off the final turn, they were a stride behind Central Park, fighting for a silver medal.

Mark Parisen started things off with a 51.7 400m leg, handing off in third by almost two seconds.  From there, Duncan and Robbins made up serious ground in the 200m legs, splitting 22.56 and 22.43, respectively.  This put anchor Larry Ramirez just three strides behind second place, and he pushed hard in the opening lap to get on CPTC's shoulder.  He hung on for the next 500 meters, fighting hard off the last turn to pass for the silver medal, but his efforts fell just .4 short.  His 1:53.76 was the fastest split in the race, as the club finished eight seconds ahead of 4th place Shore AC.  The top three teams in each race medaled, making this group the only B Team to win hardware in the evening.

4x2 B Team: Literally, 
Last Second Heroics
Parisen, Jackson, Persson, Erazo after the 4x200 relay
This race was about two minutes from not happening.

When the A Team took Kirkland, this left the B Team with just three runners.  Kevin Persson ran over to club management, shared the news just one event before the 4x200, and the hunt was on to find a replacement.  

As luck would have it, Parisen, Lowry, and Ramirez were in the midst of a three mile warm down, but Parisen and Lowry decided to head back and finish just two after the sprint medley.  The moment they came back into the building, Parisen was told, "You're going to hate me for this, but grab your spikes, run across the track, and anchor the $%^& 4x2 relay."  As such an event usually requires a rigorous 45-60 minute warm up, this was an extremely unusual demand to be placed on an athlete.

George Erazo, the lead-off man, was literally in the blocks as he trotted across the track.  Moments later, Parisen got the baton in fourth out of six teams, blasted a 23.3, passed two teams, and helped the group finish 2nd in the heat--and 6th overall, out of twelve teams in 1:32.83...just .05 behind CPTC's A Team from the fast heat.

Check out all GSTC races here on the club's YouTube video channel.  The victorious SMR already has 172 views!


2015 adidas GSTC
Spring Racing Schedule

March 1            Road Relays V
March 22          Miles for Music 20k      All Divisions
April 25            Clinton 15k                     All Divisions
May 2                Newport 10k                   Open Men, Women
May 25             Ridgewood 10k               Masters Men
June 6              *College Ave Mile             All Divisions
June 15            President's Cup                Open Men
June 28            Lager Run                        Masters Women


2015 adidas aGSTC
Winter/Spring Track Schedule
February 4        Monmouth Showcase     
February 14      Millrose Games
February 14      Monmouth  Open
April 3-4            Sam Howell (Princeton)
April 11             Rider Invite
April 17-18        Larry Ellis (Princeton)
April 23-25        Penn Relays
April 25             TCNJ Lions Invite
May 11              Swarthmore Last Chance
May 30              GSTC Invitational (Highland Park)
June ?               USATF Club Nationals

It's time to pay your 2015 Team Dues.
The club has many operating expenses that depend on membership dues.


Check your enclave Facebook pages for enclave group runs.  

The team has two under-the-lights track practices at Highland Park HS: Monday and Wednesday (5:30pm).  We also train Saturday mornings at 10:00am at the same location.  All are welcome....come do your workout!


The Anis Angle
"I had to give them the shush symbol during the sermon this morning.  So annoying"  

 

 

 

Peter's Proverb

"I give Anis the shush symbol every time he's home."

 

 

aGSTC Runs

 



 

The Highland Park track is always cleared and we run there Monday and Wednesday nights at 5:30, and Saturdays at 10:00am.  All are welcome!

 

 

Steady Striders

 

Do you run 9-12 minute mile pace on your runs?

 

Come join the aGSTC Steady Striders!  They have their own Facebook Group Page, coach, and group runs.  Email gardenstatetrackclub@gmail.com and we will introduce you to our two co-captains, Amy and Erika.

 

 

 

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

(2/9-2/15): Blair Qualifies for USAs; Road Relay Handoffs; Millrose Relays Announced




THE WEEKLY EMAIL

Last night, Kanye also said Anis should have been club MVP
Road Relays
The Art of the Hand Off

Once you've selected your partner, the next step is selecting the handoff.

There are thousands of handoff options to select from...here are just a few.

Approach #1: Spin Handoff
For those that enjoy dancing and running simultaneously.











Approach #2: Stand and Smile Handoff
Perfect for the camera and sharing that special moment with your partner.



Approach #3: Superhero Handoff  
Only to be done by professionals.  Please don't try this at home.  











Approach #4: Two Hander Handoff
It's akin to rocking a baby.  Just don't drop the baby.  












Approach #5: Hot Dog Handoff.
This can be a very dangerous handoff approach.  You must-hard-ly try it.





















Approach #6:  Happy Handoff
For those who are here for a fun time with their friend. Smile and pass.  











Approach #7: No-Look Handoff
If you wanna be fancy or, for whatever reason, confuse your partner or spectators, this is your best option.












Approach #8:  Delicate Handoff
For those teams that really, really, really don't want to drop the baton.  


Approach #9:  Sprinter, aka Blind, Handoff
Accelerate, extend your arm backward, keep a wide open hand, and hope your partner places it there.  This is often used in the 4x100 relay.  












Approach #10: Pro Handoff
For those hoping to break local, national, world, or universe records: every milli-second counts!  Full extension and keep your eyes on the baton at all times.  Michael Jordan tongue-wagging is optional.





 

 

aGSTC SPRING PLAN
WEEK SIX
Those who have paid dues will have the spring training plan sent to them on Monday, it is built around the team schedule.  It will be done via a google doc.  There are other plans available as well.  Pay your yearly dues here.

Intermediate/advanced 1500m-5k: on the track for indoor and outdoor track, 6-7 days a week of running, 2 weekly workouts and a long run

Intermediate/Advance Marathon: 6-7 days of runningThe focus being on a weekly workout and long run

Beginner 5k-HM: 4 days a week of running focus on weekly workout and long run

Email ken_goglas@hotmail.com for access to other plans or a specific individualized plan that fits your needs and goals.

 

Spring plan built around USATF-NJ team races here

 

Marathon Plan (Intermediate/Advanced) here

 

5k-Half Marathon Beginner: here

Kyle's Kandyland
by Kyle Price

Kyle's Korner is a segment of the Club's weekly email that will focus on reacquainting you with a different current club member each week. We will catch you up on how they are doing with regards to their training, their lives, and other general nonsense. This segment intends to be informative and educational while attempting humor in a purely inoffensive way. Mostly.

 

This week on Kyle's Korner we talked with an athlete whose name you've all heard, but whose story with the club might surprise you. Tyrone Ross has run and won some big time races wearing a black and yellow uniform and is a well recognized athlete where ever he goes. He pushes himself to the max at practice and motivates everyone else around him while doing so. Whether he is taking on the roll of athlete or coach, his personality is always energetic.


 

 Tyrone Ross

Ross running on the 2013 Club National Championship 4x400 Relay

 

Kyle:  Hello Tyrone!  Thanks for joining us!

Mr. Ross: Thanks for having me. It's about time sprinters get some love in this popular corner of yours!

Kyle: I'll admit, I've been distance heavy so far. So let's change it. What brought you to the Black and Yellow?

Mr. Ross: Not too many people know this but Chuck and I were teammates in high school. Back in 2010 we reconnected and discussed a club he was starting and shortly after I was the first member of the sprint group.

Kyle: So you are a founding club member? These are the stories we love to hear. Can you tell us how things have changed/improved in the club over the years? Some of your favorite moments?

Mr. Ross: Yes I am! The uniforms have definitely improved for one, but I'll let Chuck tell that story lol. Obviously funding and sponsorship has been a tremendous help for all of the distance runners to get all the gear the sprinters don't. A lot of favorite memories go back to day one when no one was around and training in the parking lot in my high school and the 4x4 at Club Nats was pretty cool. Last weekends trip to Boston takes the cake though!

Kyle: I heard about a lot of amazing things happening in Boston, including a win by you correct?

Mr. Ross: Yea I ran well considering I didn't feel the best warming up. I always run well on that track though so it's one of my favorites.

Kyle: I hear there was a good conversation about this email segment as well, always nice to know that I have fans.

Mr. Ross: Ha yes there was plenty of jokes. I demanded to know who Kyle was and it started from there lol.

Kyle: I'm going to have to start dying my mohawk different colors again if the natural look isn't getting me noticed.

Mr. Ross: Lol yea see if that works.

Kyle: Now you said you were teammates with Chuck in high school, who was faster?

Mr. Ross: I was faster than him but not by much.

(Editor's note: Chuck beat him in a 600m time trial in December, 1994) 

Ross passes Princeton's 4x400 anchor leg in last year's Tiger Invitational

Kyle: I hear whispers and rumors about the wheels that are fearless leader used to have. What's it like being coached/guided by your former teammate? Were you two good friends in high school which helped you get reconnected for the club?

Mr. Ross: He was 2 years ahead of me so we didn't hang out much but we were great teammates. It's a little weird that I'm still running and he's coaching but we make it work.

Kyle: Well he does try to run when he gets the chance and isn't injured.

Mr. Ross: Yea his diet does him no favors either.

Kyle: Yeah he's the Herman Road cookie monster.

So what helps make Tyrone Ross the phenom sprinter he is?

Mr. Ross: Never settling. I always feel like I can be better. I also don't believe anyone loves track more than I do.

Kyle: Good words to train by. What are you looking forward to this coming spring season? I know you are probably also ready to have another great performance at the Millrose games like in Boston.

Mr. Ross: I'm just looking forward to training in warm weather and if all goes well running 45. Millrose has always been good to me. I won there in HS, college and got 3rd as a pro in the 500.

Kyle: That's an impressive resume! But even I can run a 45 in a 300, I would think you'd be looking to go faster than that.

Mr. Ross: Lol I'll take it as comes so we'll see.

Kyle: What do you do in your spare time away from running? Or does our great sport take all your spare time?

Mr. Ross: Well I am a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch so taking care of my clients takes a lot time. I also read a lot, and speed time volunteering and mentoring youth.

Kyle: A "Jack of All Trades". Financial advisor by day, sprinting hero to America's youth by night. Do you have a costume?

Mr. Ross: Yea, a well-tailored suit.

Kyle: Dappeeer. Well you did win best dressed at the banquet after all.

Mr. Ross: Indeed!


 

Kyle: Well I won't keep a super hero from his duties, one last question. What is your go-to get pumped up jam?

Mr. Ross: well, I don't listen to music before I before I compete, but Taylor Swift shake it off gets me ready to take over the world.

Kyle: Surprising till the last sentence. That's all the time we have for this week. Thank you for talking with us!

Mr. Ross: You're welcome. And thank you!

Kyle: Tune in next week to see who we interview

WEEKEND RESULTS

Blair Qualifies for USAs

Ithica, NY- Club high jump record holder Montez Blair qualified for USAs at the Greg Page Relays, winning with a leap of 7-0.5.  The talented Cornell alum, who finished 3rd at USAs in 2013, also finished third in the  long jump at 22-7 3/4.

Leonard Wins at Ursinus
Ursinus, PA- Micah Leonard continues to inch closer to her PR and the USA qualifier, as she won the triple jump in 39-2 this weekend at the Frank Colden Invite.  Teammate Lily Anderson long jumped 14-7.75.
  
Epps Wins, .22m From USAs
Newport News, VA- In her black and gold debut, Christina Epps won the triple jump this weekend at the CNU Vince Brown at Christopher Newport University.  Her mark of 12.58m falls just .22 shy of the USA qualifier.

Trio Compete in Boston
Ramirez and Lowry will be the SMR anchors at Millrose

Boston, MA- In their final preparation for Millrose Games, three athletes competed up in Boston at the Blue and White Invitational.  Dylan Lowly 
ran aGSTC #2 with a 1:53.84i 800m, as training partner Larry Ramirez ran 1:54.29.  They are both set to be anchoring the Spring Medley Relays this weekend.  Derrhyl Duncan ran the 200m (22.35) and 400m (50.00) as he preps for the SMR and 4x200 relay.



 
Millrose Games Relays Announced

Men: Sprint Medley Black Team

Isaiah Gill (200), Jamal Roberts (200), Tyrone Ross (400), Dylan Lowry (800)

 

Men: Sprint Medley Gold Team

Derrhyl Duncan (200), Ish Robbins (200), Mark Parisen (400), Larry Ramirez (800)

 

Men: 4x200 Gold Team

Derrhyl Duncan, Isaiah Gill, Jamal Roberts, Ish Robbins

 

Men: 4x200 Black Team

Herman Kirkland Jr.George ErazoKevin AndersFlex Jackson

 

Women: Distance Medley Gold Team

Ally Black (1200), ShenĂ© Davis (400), Alyssa Marie (800), Lindsay Prettyman (1600)

 

Women: Distance Medley Black Team

Nicole Salge (1200), Grace Chong (400), Erin LaCosta (800), Aimee Chegwidden (1600)

 



2015 adidas GSTC
Spring Racing Schedule

March 1            Road Relays V
March 22          Miles for Music 20k      All Divisions
April 25            Clinton 15k                     All Divisions
May 2                Newport 10k                   Open Men, Women
May 25             Ridgewood 10k               Masters Men
June 6              *College Ave Mile             All Divisions
June 15            President's Cup                Open Men
June 28            Lager Run                        Masters Women


2015 adidas aGSTC
Winter/Spring Track Schedule
February 4        Monmouth Showcase     
February 14      Millrose Games
February 14      Monmouth  Open
April 3-4            Sam Howell (Princeton)
April 11             Rider Invite
April 17-18        Larry Ellis (Princeton)
April 23-25        Penn Relays
April 25             TCNJ Lions Invite
May 11              Swarthmore Last Chance
May 30              GSTC Invitational (Highland Park)
June ?               USATF Club Nationals

It's time to pay your 2015 Team Dues.
The club has many operating expenses that depend on membership dues.


Check your enclave Facebook pages for enclave group runs.  

The team has two under-the-lights track practices at Highland Park HS: Monday and Wednesday (5:30pm).  We also train Saturday mornings at 10:00am at the same location.  All are welcome....come do your workout!


Quotes of the Week

"By the way, I've been in Kyle's Korner now for about an hour.  Is this my punishment for making fun of him last weekend in Boston?"  -Tyrone Ross, via text

"Tim (Morgan) just asked the bartender if they could microwave his coffee at triumph Brewery."  -Mike Loenser, via FB chat

"One of my athletes just ate six apple pies at McDonald's.  I've never been more proud as a coach."  -thrower Matt Wagner

"Keeping the Friday streak alive.  Another brisk 10+ miles in the books.  Cheers to all the runners out there who never let 
winter weather slow them down.  I.  Can't.  Feel.  My.  Face."  -Brian Weitz, via FB

"If I've learned thing from the Super Bowl, it would be that running is always the answer."  -sprinter Miles Lewis via FB

"So I was going on the GSTC blog to see the spring schedule and make a racing schedule and it's all about erections....." -C. Callan, via text.  We don't see the problem here, but we took this all down yesterday anyways.




The Anis Angle

"Three reasons to buy a Tom Tom this weekend: Washington's Birthday, Valentine's Day, and Lincoln's Birthday."

 

 

 

 

 

aGSTC Runs

 



 

The Highland Park track is always cleared and we run there Monday and Wednesday nights at 5:30, and Saturdays at 10:00am.  All are welcome!

 

 

Steady Striders

 

Do you run 9-12 minute mile pace on your runs?

 

Come join the aGSTC Steady Striders!  They have their own Facebook Group Page, coach, and group runs.  Email gardenstatetrackclub@gmail.com and we will introduce you to our two co-captains, Amy and Erika.

 

 

 

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