What: The Marlborough Main Street Mile - 2012
When: Sunday, September 30, 2012
Registration Time: 8:00 AM
Race Start: 9:45 AM
Where: Prospector East Saloon - Registration
520 Lincoln Street, Marlborough, MA
Course Records -
Men Sonny Gamble - 4:16 (2009)
Women - Ally Oram - 4:57 (2008)
What a Great Day at the Marlborough Main Street Mile
What a great way to start your participation in the Marlborough Heritage Festival. Please come join us for the Marlborough Main Street Mile - a one mile run that is all downhill!! Children under 12 participate free. Medals are provided to the following male and female divisions: Age 17 and younger; Open (18-39); Masters (40+); first Marlboro resident (M & F); and fastest parent and child Award (add times of parent & child).
The race starts on the corner of Lincoln and Pleasant Streets. After a short run to Main St, you run through the downtown area and finishing in front of Marlborough City Halls on streets closed to traffic that day. After you’ve finished the run, you can enjoy all that the City of Marlborough has to offer at the Heritage Day Fair from the Annual Clam Chowder competition to the numerous vendors on hand displaying their wares. This is a fun family event.
Last year, Ron Lipka from Northborough won the race for a second year in a row, taking top honors among 101 runners covering the course in a time of 4:34, in a race that featured over 60 runners from Marlborough, including a team of 10 from the Advanced Math and Sciences Academy and many students from the Marlborough High Cross Country team. Joe Grimaldo, from Marlborough, who finished second overall, was the medalist in the Open (18-39) category with a time of 4:35. Alex Grimaldo, from Marlborough, who finished 26th overall was the top female at 5:39. Vanessa Ferrari, from Shrewsbury, won the women’s open in a time of 6:15. The father-son team of Peter (5:24) and Richard Berdos (5:17) from Bellingham won the medal for the fastest parent-child team.
John Kirk, from Ashland, who finished eighth in a time of 4:46 was the over 40 medalist while Carol Pearl, from Marlborough took the women’s over 40 crown for the second year in a row in a time of 6:21.