BRC Run – 7/9 – 6:45AM – Lake Loop – 7.4 Miles

08. July 2016 News 0
Something For Everyone Next week we have options. You can run 5K or you can run 10K or you can run a Half Marathon. Or you can run two races. Or you can run all three. How could I possibly set up a run this week to prepare for all of those options? Easy. Math. ...

Selecting a Fall Marathon

17. June 2016 Blog 2
Considering 26.2 in 2016? Most runners know fall brings many options and your best chances for a cool and fast finish time. Some marathons are better for time, others for crowds, and others for scenery. The following list includes just a few of the many options available. If you’re going for time (check here for ...

BRC Run – 6/11 – 6:45AM – Ballardvale – 10.2 Miles

10. June 2016 News 0
Lots of Information Today Grab a cup of coffee, sit down, and I’ll try to make all of this as interesting as possible.   Obligatory Route My contract stipulates that I should make every effort possible to send you all off running in some direction each week. We’re going to Ballardvale this week simply because ...

Introducing the BRC Blog

03. June 2016 News 0
Here’s a new feature on the BRC site: the BRC Blog, longer form dispatches from fellow club members on various and sundry topics chosen by them (but, of course, somehow relevant to the club’s interests). First up: a roundup of the races tackled by BRC members this past Memorial Day weekend, written by the nattily-clad gentleman ...

BRC Memorial Day Weekend Race Recap

03. June 2016 Blog 0
BRC Memorial Day Weekend Race Recap
In addition to honoring our soldiers and marking the start of summer, Memorial Day Weekend brought about a series of races for the BRC: Vermont City Marathon in Burlington, Pineland Farms in Maine, and the Run to Remember in Boston. In Vermont, it was hot. In fact, hot enough for the unprecedented move to discontinue the race ...