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In its annual awards to races and runners in New England and New York, the "New England Runner" has named the Hyland's Run For All Ages 5K one of New England's Super 77. The race was one of five in Massachusetts awarded this honor. The Club is most appreciative of this recognition and of the hard work by many of its members that made it possible.
The NER Runners of the Year in various age categories, state by state, included the following 13 members of the New England 65 Plus Runners Club:
Massachusetts. We are proud of them all.
Rankings of Runners for Road Races
We have been apprised of a new website that provides a ranking service for runners who wish to know where they stand amongst fellow runners at various distances where the rankings are all age graded scores. You can see current rankings and find out about how to participate at this link: Younger Legs For Older Runners
Here is another site, the USA Track and Field site for Maters Rankings: USA Master's Track & Field Rankings
And yet another that Bill Spencer has recommended, http://www.active.com/rankings/
Renew USATF Membership as Member of New England 65 Plus Runners Club
The New England 65 Plus Running club is unique and we all should be proud to be members. What better way to show our pride than to race under the club's name. Several of us run for other clubs where we find it difficult to put together 70+ teams. I propose that for 2012 all of us 70 and over, put the NE 65+ Running Club (#65 in the 02 New England Association) as our USATF club when we rejoin the USATF. Remember we can only race in USATF for one club. Maine members that don't plan to do National USATF events should join the Maine Association enabling them to run in the Maine Grand Prix for the club.