Racing Week Review

Another busy weekend for E3 athletes and friends

On Wednesday Oct 5th 
Noah Manacas and Carrie Mosher toed the line at the Night Weasels Comet cross race and both have tough days with mechanicals. Still, the racing was epic and the course caused many mechanicals with tough conditions! Here is a taste:

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On Saturday Oct 8th
Our friends from PBM Coaching had a great day at the Ironman World Championship collecting 3 top 10s. Awesome job for Coach Kurt and crew! Many other friends from the Boston Tri Team, BPC and more also competed most with great days!

Worth noticing, Craig Alexander won his 3rd IM World Title (2nd World title within weeks) and broke the world record with an impressive race. Chrissie Wellington won her 4th IM World title in a close race wtih Mirinda Carfrae

At Providence Cyclocross festival Day 1, both Noah Manacas and Carrie Mosher had their revenge from Wednesday and posted solid showings, Noah had his best result yet with a top 50% and Carrie followed with a top 50% as well. Each race they get better ad better.

On Sunday Oct 9th
At the Rev3:
  • Patricia Brownell completed the Olympic distance closing her season with a 1st place AG and 7th overall. Great job!
  • Friends from Endurance Concepts and All3 Sports Team have solid races; congrats to Andrew, Tatyana et all
At the BAA half marathon:
  • Noah had a solid day running within a few minutes of a PR
  • Brenda had a challenging day with the heat but completed the race
  • Brendan Hall also had a challenging day but that's part of 'racing' during the off-season
  • Many friends from the Boston Tri Team also had solid days, congrats to Lucy, Grace, Kelwin, Bryan etc.!
At the Chicago Marathon:
  • Kirsten Knowles ran for a PR clocking 3:27hrs
  • Alaina Case Neary ran a 3:17hrs, not a PR but impressive given she has been focusing on triathlon racing.
  • Ryan Case ran a PR and outstanding performance with a 2:58hr time!
  • Amy Duverger also managed a PR clocking sub 4:20hrs
  • Many friends from Somerville Road Runners and the Liver foundation also had great days, congrats to Joe, Kate and company.
  • Worth noticing; Moses Mosop won the men's race and posted a course record.
At the Army Ten Miler Tracy Douglas ran a 1:09hr time good enough for a PR! (waiting for confirmation)

At Providence Cyclocross festival Day 2 Carrie continued her cross experience with a solid showing under hot conditions.

At the USAT Halfmax National Championship Kris Kaplan closed his season with a challenging day battling dehydration but completing the race.

Congratulation to you all!

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