by Jim Tierney
The 37th annual Masters 10K road race took place on Saturday, April 22, 2017. The run started promptly at 9 a.m. at Guilderland High School. The weather was ideal for the runners, 45 degrees with a light wind ... continued
The Bill Shrader, Sr. Memorial Scholarships have been established by the Hudson Mohawk Road Runners Club in the memory of Bill Shrader, Sr., an outstanding life-long runner and one of the founding members of the Club. The purpose of the program is to encourage and support young runners in their efforts to make running a lifelong part of a healthy life style. On an annual basis, six $3,000 non-renewable scholarships are awarded to three male and three female runners from Section II planning to attend a college, university or community college on a full-time basis.
The 2017 Boys winners are:
Max Lautenberg (Stillwater High School)
Aaron Messina (Queensbury High School)
Noah Valvo (Schoharie High School)
The 2017 Girls winners are:
Mimi Liebers (Saratoga Springs High School)
Brianna Wagner (Academy of the Holy Names)
Danielle Wallace (Chatham High School)
by Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD
“Yea, I stopped getting my period!!! That means I’m training really hard and am finally thin enough.''
“Yea, I’m glad I don’t have to deal with that monthly hassle any more.”
“Yea, now I don't have to worry about getting pregnant!”
Freedom from monthly menstrual periods has historically brought pride and pleasure to many female athletes. That is, until they experience infertility when they do want to get pregnant. To their misfortune, many of the same women who were very content having abnormally functioning bodies are now in a state of grief. ... continued
Mother’s Day 5K – 5/14/2017
CDPHP Workforce Team Challenge – 5/18/2017
42nd Voorheesville Races – 5/27/2017
Kinderhook Bank OK5K – 6/10/2017
Valley Cats Home Run 5K – 6/17/2017
Colonie Summer Track Program
Indian Ladder Trail Run - July 23, 2017
Dynamic Duo - August 5, 2017
Mohawk Hudson River Marathon & Half Marathon - October 8, 2017
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