Friday, January 18, 2019

You will like it

I heard so many good reviews about this



Christine Rehwald


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Re: [Dojo News] CCT this am

Fairfax Four Miler -

It was spitting rain all night, but pretty warm. As always, a fast field with a bunch of folks looking to close out the year with a hard effort. The roads were a bit slick, which made footing iffy in the dark. 

The good news is that the times were pretty darn fast, especially given that no one is exactly in peak form at the moment. We had a big crew out there. Needless to say, if there was a team competition, our women's squad would have absolutely dominated it. 

Here is the quick rundown of the results:
  • Shlomo Fishman - 22:48 (15th Man)
  • Jen Maranzano - 24:16 (2nd Woman - possibly the first race in all of 2018 where she didn't run a PR!)
  • Jenny Paul - 24:18 (3rd Woman, new PR, improves her spot on the Dojo all-time list)
  • Bobby Molson - 24:52 (36th Man)
  • Amanda Hicks - 25:56 (9th Woman)
  • Kristen Serafin - 26:16 (12th Woman)
  • Julia Taylor - 29:29 (32nd Woman)

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Initial Harrisburg results.

Timmy g—2:42:56
Another PR

Rachel 315. I believe a PR -less than 8 months post Audrey!!!

Fwd: [Dojo News] Richmond Results

Congratulations to all!

Vets Day 10k results 

Marty - 33:33
Me (Shlomo)- 34:18
Emilie- 37 weeks pregnant in 49:37

Fwd: [Dojo News] Richmond Results

Fantastic showing at Richmond yesterday. Everyone ran well, but perhaps more importantly looked good doing it.

Lydia - 3:16:55 (1st in AG)
Bobby - 3:02:47 (16th in AG)
The Godfather (Alan) decided to DNF after 16 solid miles.

Amanda - 1:25:39 (6th in AG and perhaps negative split??)
Caitlyn - 1:20:47 (4th in AG)

Please correct/add/edit as needed.

Happy Sunday!

Sunday, November 4, 2018

NYC and Manchester Results

Yesh - 2:48:05
Kristen - 3:11:18
Laura - 3:22:26
Rachel - 3:52:21

Frank - 2:57:12 (5th overall)

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Huge Breakthrough in Indy

A major breakthrough by Daniella Orton today in Indianapolis! Daniella dropped a massive PR, running a 2:51:36 (17th place) in the Monumental Marathon.

What is terrifying is that all visual evidence suggests she was having much more fun than anyone should in a marathon.

Daniella has blazed her way to the 3rd fastest Dojo marathon of all time! Way to go Daniella!