Photos by Brian Milliken (photos will be edited later, to save time in uploading a few were uploaded three at a time)
Race was from Kennebunk to Kennebunkport.
Don Penta's race photos are posted.
I (David C. Young) after I finished went to UMF at Farmington, Maine to take photos of the start & finish of a 5K race which started at 10:30 am
Please see the other video of most of all the other slower runners who also finished the race. http://journals.aol.com/davidcolbyyoung/mtcphotoarchives/entries/2008/04/08/portland-maine-boys--girls-club-5-miler-17-april-2006-middle-of-the-pack/1355
Don Penta will have some photos to be posted in about a week.
Pre race photos are by David C Young, Maine Track Club
Race photos are by Lisa Despres of the Maine Track Club
Photos by Mary Ann Tradif of Caribou, Maine
The 5K Race was on 15 April 2006
Left to right Drew Freme (near the two mile mark in the relay race where he tagged Sam Sheehan) Coach PJ Gorneau running in the individual race and Caribou Track Distance Coach Thomas Beckum waiting for Josh Tardif (Caribou Track) to tag him in the relay race and also cheering for PJ and Drew.) The relay team Caribou Track athletes Stefan Ciszewski, Drew Freme, Sam Sheehan came in first. PJ came in first for the individual male title. The relay team of Caribou Track Distance Coach Waugh, Coach Beckum and Josh Tardif came in second.
Monday, April 17, 2006 - Bangor Daily News
UMPI Spring Runoff 5K
At Presque Isle
1. PJ Gorneault 16:24, 2. Shawn Berry 17:45, 3. Newell Lewey 17:57, 4. Scott Graham 18:50, 5. Jerod Hayes 19:01, 6. David Tree 19:10, 7. Von Perry 19:33, 8. Emerson Wright 19:38, 9. George Ferland 19:45, 10. Bjorn Bakken 20:04, 11. Jesse Stephens 20:22, 12. Kenneth Bettis 20:43, 13. Kirk Robinson 20:51, 14. Dean Patten 21:21, 15. Angela Ewings 21:32, 16. Herm Condon 21:39, 17. Mike Latchford 21:46, 18. Joey Wing 22:02, 19. Steve Desmond 22:03, 20. Rob Langner 22:12
21. Shawn Dumais 22:19, 22. Andy Tree 22:20, 23. Calvin Prest 22:27, 24. Linda Mountain 22:31, 25. Trevor Parent 22:47, 26. Jamie Stephens 22:53, 27. Larry Tonzi 23:06, 28. Bob McHatten 23:12, 29. Michelle Phillips 23:13, 30. Sarah Beasley 23:15, 31. Devon Stetson 23:41, 32. Rich Ward 23:43, 33. Dajana Noack 23:43, 34. Bud Robbins 23:53, 35. Connie McLellan 23:54
Men's Top Finishers
Champion: PJ Gorneault 16:24; 14 & under: Jesse Stephens 20:22; 15-18: Jarod Hayes 19:01; 19-29: Shawn Berry 17:45; 30-39: George Ferland 19:45; 40-49: Newell Lewey 17:57; 50-59: David Tree 19:10; 60-69: Jim Newsbitt 25:48; 70 & over: Art Thompson 32:47; Relay: Stephen Ciszewski, Sam Sheehan, Drew Freme 16:32
Women's Top Finishers
Champion: Angela Ewings 21:32; Walkers: Brenda Watson 41:54; 15-18: Michelle Phillips 23:13; 19-29: Sarah Beasley 23:15; 30-39: Lana Gagnon 26:33; 40-49: Linda Mountain 22:31; 50-59: Connie McLellan 23:54; 60-69: Carol McElwee 28:02; Relay: Emily Wright, Danni Anderson, Elizabeth Wright 23:27<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Photos by the Don Penta of the Maine Track Club posted soon
Photos are posted. Results are not online yet. I will check on Monday & link to them later.
We have a number of 8mm movies date back to 1979 and run into the 1980's.
The film clip is off one of the reels (Olympia, Fyalka 10K, & Labor Day 10K)
Other reels are: 1981 Nike Coast Marathon (10 min); 1981 April Amble 4 miler, Rice 10K & Lewiston 10K (10 min); 1979 Kingfield 10K, James Bailey XC & Casco Bay Maratgon (15 min); 1981 Bermuda 10K & Matathon (13 min); 1980 Portland Boy's Club 5 Miler, April Amblem Rice 10Km Waynflete & the WGAN-TV 13K (15 min); 1980 Nike Maeathon at Bethel Inn; 1979 Donalco 3 miler, Cut Above 2 miler, Dyer 10K, Roma Cafe 5.8 miler, Boy's Club 5 Miler (15 min)
Total of eight reels in all. We are looking into ways that we might be able to convert some or all of these films to a more useable format. (i.e. VHS, DVD maybe at some point even put online? Well, we can always dream. Not sure what interest there might be to save our Maine running history. Please e-mail me DavidColbyYoung@aol.com or write the Save the Film, Maine Track Club, PO Box 8008, Portland, Maine 04104 if you would like to help to save the films.