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2014 Fort2Base Nautical 10 Miler2014 Race Results for ERC Members!

CARA Runner's Choice Circuit results are on the left, ERC Local Race results on the right. 
At the bottom of the table you'll find results for other races our members have run. Be sure to send us your results!

CARA Circuit Races


ERC Local Races

#1: 3/30 - Shamrock Shuffle 8K



#3: 4/19 - Lakefront 10-Mi

#4: 4/27 - Ravenswood 5K

#5: 5/10 - Quarryman 10-Mi

#6: 5/24 - Fox Trot 10 Mi

#7: 6/1  -  Run For The Roses 5K

#8: 6/7   - Michelob Ultra 13.1

#9: 6/22  - Downers Grove 5 Miler


 
#13: 8/31 -  Buffalo Grove 10K
 

#15: 9/27 - Park Ridge 5K

#16: 10/12- CHICAGO MARATHON

#17: 10/26 - Evanston Trick or Treat 6K

#18: 11/16 - Red Eye 8k

 

#1: 1/1 - New Year's Day Run


#2: 3/2 - Mardi Gras 5K 

#3: 3/9 - Chili Predictor Run


#6: 6/15 - Ricky Byrdsong

5K Results   10K Results



 

 
#11: 11/23 - Lincolnwood Turkey Trot:

5k Results    10k Results


#12: 11/27 - Flying Turkey 5K





 
 
Other Races
CARA Runner's Choice Circuit


ERC members had a great year-at-the-races! Click on the link above for the full story, with a photo, of the CARA awards banquetThe Club won 3 awards for the members' placing by age group; and several members won top-3 age-group awards for their efforts over at least 7 of the 17 races,lead by Nancy Rollins, 1st in her age-group and 1st in overall age-graded times!

17 races comprise the Circuit this year, up one from 2012.  Both individuals and clubs can earn points toward end-of-season awards. To qualify for the awards, you must run a minimum # of races; to have lots of fun, you just show up!

 

Runners do not have to be CARA members, nor do anything special to have your results recorded. ERC submits a club roster so that a CARA staffer can compile age-group results (that's why we ask for your DOB on the New Member registration!). But, there are benefits to being a CARA Member, and you can read about them HERE, including how to get a 20% discount on your membership!

 


All you have to do is show up and run! We try to make it easy for you, as carpools are often created to avoid hassles and wasted energy. 

 

Check out the races and see which ones might interest you, then talk it up with your buddies at track, the SMLR or at a party! Click on the blue links to learn more & register.



Just for fun, here's how you find Waldo (i.e., the CARA races), in case you're interested in how far you'll need to drive to take part... let me know if/how it works for you... AND, CARPOOL!
2013 Races and Results









 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.








 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.









 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.

CARA Runner's Choice Circuit


ERC members had a great year-at-the-races! Click on the link above for the full story, with a photo, of the CARA awards banquetThe Club won 3 awards for the members' placing by age group; and several members won top-3 age-group awards for their efforts over at least 7 of the 17 races,lead by Nancy Rollins, 1st in her age-group and 1st in overall age-graded times!

17 races comprise the Circuit this year, up one from 2012.  Both individuals and clubs can earn points toward end-of-season awards. To qualify for the awards, you must run a minimum # of races; to have lots of fun, you just show up!

 

Runners do not have to be CARA members, nor do anything special to have your results recorded. ERC submits a club roster so that a CARA staffer can compile age-group results (that's why we ask for your DOB on the New Member registration!). But, there are benefits to being a CARA Member, and you can read about them HERE, including how to get a 20% discount on your membership!

 


All you have to do is show up and run! We try to make it easy for you, as carpools are often created to avoid hassles and wasted energy. 

 

Check out the races and see which ones might interest you, then talk it up with your buddies at track, the SMLR or at a party! Click on the blue links to learn more & register.



Just for fun, here's how you find Waldo (i.e., the CARA races), in case you're interested in how far you'll need to drive to take part... let me know if/how it works for you... AND, CARPOOL!
2013 Races and Results









 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.
CARA Runner's Choice Circuit


ERC members had a great year-at-the-races! Click on the link above for the full story, with a photo, of the CARA awards banquetThe Club won 3 awards for the members' placing by age group; and several members won top-3 age-group awards for their efforts over at least 7 of the 17 races,lead by Nancy Rollins, 1st in her age-group and 1st in overall age-graded times!

17 races comprise the Circuit this year, up one from 2012.  Both individuals and clubs can earn points toward end-of-season awards. To qualify for the awards, you must run a minimum # of races; to have lots of fun, you just show up!

 

Runners do not have to be CARA members, nor do anything special to have your results recorded. ERC submits a club roster so that a CARA staffer can compile age-group results (that's why we ask for your DOB on the New Member registration!). But, there are benefits to being a CARA Member, and you can read about them HERE, including how to get a 20% discount on your membership!

 


All you have to do is show up and run! We try to make it easy for you, as carpools are often created to avoid hassles and wasted energy. 

 

Check out the races and see which ones might interest you, then talk it up with your buddies at track, the SMLR or at a party! Click on the blue links to learn more & register.



Just for fun, here's how you find Waldo (i.e., the CARA races), in case you're interested in how far you'll need to drive to take part... let me know if/how it works for you... AND, CARPOOL!
2013 Races and Results









 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.
CARA Runner's Choice Circuit


ERC members had a great year-at-the-races! Click on the link above for the full story, with a photo, of the CARA awards banquetThe Club won 3 awards for the members' placing by age group; and several members won top-3 age-group awards for their efforts over at least 7 of the 17 races,lead by Nancy Rollins, 1st in her age-group and 1st in overall age-graded times!

17 races comprise the Circuit this year, up one from 2012.  Both individuals and clubs can earn points toward end-of-season awards. To qualify for the awards, you must run a minimum # of races; to have lots of fun, you just show up!

 

Runners do not have to be CARA members, nor do anything special to have your results recorded. ERC submits a club roster so that a CARA staffer can compile age-group results (that's why we ask for your DOB on the New Member registration!). But, there are benefits to being a CARA Member, and you can read about them HERE, including how to get a 20% discount on your membership!

 


All you have to do is show up and run! We try to make it easy for you, as carpools are often created to avoid hassles and wasted energy. 

 

Check out the races and see which ones might interest you, then talk it up with your buddies at track, the SMLR or at a party! Click on the blue links to learn more & register.



Just for fun, here's how you find Waldo (i.e., the CARA races), in case you're interested in how far you'll need to drive to take part... let me know if/how it works for you... AND, CARPOOL!
2013 Races and Results









 











#13: 2013 Chicago 1/2-Marathon TBD

(And, it must be noted that Nancy Rollins had a 99.47% Age-Graded score for her 21+ minute finish... a world class results!)


OTHER FALL MARATHONS - not to leave out those who train and race just as hard, but on another course... here you are (and, as always, please let me know if I missed you!): 2013 Fall Marathons Results

#17: Red Eye 8K - Suresh DeCosta, 29:16, 5:54 pace, 1st in age-group; Bill Leiner, 35:34, 7:10 pace, 3rd in age-group.