Hoboken Marathoners (results)

11/6/2008 Update:

Finishing times for Hoboken Residents

Hoboken411 reader Chrissy was kind enough to compile a list of all the Hoboken residents that completed the Marathon! (136 of them!)

The best time was 2hrs, 46 minutes and 29 seconds. Yikes! Congratulations to Jared Tootell – for posting the best time in Hoboken!

See the whole list after the jump!

11/3/2008:

Hoboken411 reader Peter sent in these two pictures of Hobokenites spotted in yesterday’s NY Marathon. They had Hoboken Harriers shirts on.

Congrats!

Hoboken411 reader photos of the day – 11/3/2008

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See names and times after the jump!

HOBOKEN RESIDENTS MARATHON TIMES – NOVEMBER 2008







PLACE NAME FINISH TIME
276 Jared Tootell 2:46:29
865 Tomo Imamichi 2:58:43
1497 Kent Edens 3:07:29
3177 Craig Mittler 3:22:29
3512 Trevor Knott 3:24:28
3781 Jorge Freyre 3:26:01
3917 Elizabeth Moss 3:26:47
4506 Jeffrey Carman 3:29:32
4680 Andrea Minarcek 3:30:15
5580 Peter Startz 3:34:34
6168 Laurie Kachonick 3:37:16
6238 Meghan Tirone 3:37:31
6421 Jennifer Arozamena 3:38:12
6443 Ellen Dowling 3:38:17
6504 Anthony Vergari 3:38:34
6703 Damian Hartner 3:39:23
7160 Nicholas Pooley 3:41:11
7397 Kathryn Vakay 3:42:12
8098 Jennifer Finnerty 3:45:10
8459 Alison Cooper 3:46:29
9294 Christine Daigle 3:49:12
9351 Allison Prudhomme 3:49:21
9363 Melissa Manning 3:49:23
9394 Timothy Head 3:49:29
9466 Dan Kane 3:49:44
9736 Sarah Ladisch 3:50:35
9876 John Csuka 3:51:04
9970 William Goodbody
Jr
3:51:20
10216 Jaclyn Buckweitz 3:52:11
10585 Kevin Murphy 3:53:13
11388 Meghan McMenamy 3:55:41
11719 Bart Krekelberg 3:56:36
12086 Brian Pomraning 3:57:33
12378 Tyler Masterson 3:58:14
12597 Patrick McNulty 3:58:45
12673 Kevin Cashman 3:58:56
12852 Alison Bewalder 3:59:21
12985 Kim Spataro 3:59:38
13384 James Varian 4:00:46
13448 Leong Ying 4:00:57
13504 Alexandra Weinberg 4:01:08
13690 Ross Snyder 4:01:44
13780 Jennifer Bartoli 4:02:07
14156 David Schwartz 4:03:28
14157 Victoria Belniak 4:03:29
14189 Ronald Leighton 4:03:38
14294 Eric Schmalzbauer 4:03:58
14471 Andrew Strobel 4:04:38
14535 Frank Mohr 4:04:52
14580 Suzanne Weaver 4:04:59
15177 Joe Fetcho 4:07:04
15331 Olaf Glaser 4:07:38
15425 Allison Aguado 4:07:55
15593 Heidi Moore 4:08:25
16140 Brett Biller 4:10:11
16532 Michael Jerz 4:11:38
16628 Stephen Angelo 4:11:57
16680 Michael Amitrani 4:12:11
17017 Carrie Calise 4:13:17
17101 Danielle
Napolitano
4:13:35
17209 Barclay Boody 4:13:55
17584 Mark Frasier 4:15:03
17984 Marie Tempe 4:16:28
17995 Katia Montresor 4:16:30
18137 Rose Pasqua 4:16:59
18641 Jessie Tomlinson 4:18:37
18645 Jada Reid 4:18:37
18916 Beth Lusko 4:19:26
19161 Karen McGuire 4:20:15
19257 David Bren 4:20:32
20589 J Coronado 4:24:52
20806 Heidi Learner 4:25:32
20970 Courtney Brennan 4:26:07
21189 Sherry Graham 4:26:51
21230 Mark Haanraadts 4:26:56
21614 David Dening 4:28:15
22064 Nicole Anderson 4:29:36
22149 Michael D’imperio 4:29:55
22214 Manabu Sasaki 4:30:08
22242 Patrice Nazzaro 4:30:14
22295 Josh Porter 4:30:24
22926 Bryan Burkhart 4:32:41
23759 Mallory Leib 4:35:43
23761 Amanda Esposito 4:35:44
23852 Nancy Retzlaff 4:36:05
24081 Frank Cardillo 4:37:03
24830 Julie Krishnaswami 4:39:41
24905 Jody Benick 4:39:57
24985 Rupal Shah 4:40:12
25257 Lee Vartan 4:41:13
25264 Suzanne McNulty 4:41:17
25451 Michelle Lansing 4:41:59
25689 Amnon Gutman 4:42:55
25820 Bernard McCormack 4:43:25
26064 Ravi Krishnaswami 4:44:21
26469 James Carey 4:45:53
26529 Monique Pascual 4:46:06
26683 Kathleen Nugent 4:46:42
26863 Mark Sabella 4:47:27
26910 Rachel Powers 4:47:39
27108 Sarah Ewald 4:48:32
27376 Kyoko Kurosawa 4:49:35
27395 Andrew Katznelson 4:49:40
27922 Lorin Unger 4:51:51
28044 Maureen Lynch 4:52:27
28081 Christina D’arrigo 4:52:35
28162 Alison Folliard 4:52:52
28244 Channing Evans 4:53:13
28521 Conrad Jordaan 4:54:18
29501 Lauren McLane 4:58:33
29552 Shannon Ryan 4:58:48
29788 Nicolas Gauchat 4:59:48
29871 Robert Di Brienza 5:00:08
30349 Lisa Head 5:03:20
30365 Shane Powers 5:03:26
30437 Mandi Hart 5:03:54
30549 John Houston 5:04:40
30676 Heidi Bertels 5:05:33
30905 Ryan Bradbury 5:07:00
31001 Zsolt Szerdai 5:07:40
31239 Daniel Minutilli 5:09:23
31987 Ondrej Vesely 5:15:08
32127 Lindsay Carroll 5:16:20
32842 Serap Yavuz Kilinc 5:22:26
33241 Gina Valone 5:26:08
34495 Jacin Page 5:39:44
34503 Tracey Gavazza 5:39:50
34602 Bryn Berglund 5:40:58
34967 Marcie Press 5:46:25
35037 Krista Canaan 5:47:17
35530 Kris Zacny 5:55:50
35688 Samantha Engel 5:58:46
36114 Patricia Roca 6:09:16
36496 Abigail Wentworth 6:19:48
36592 Michelle Whitaker 6:22:45
37107 Patrick Mohan 6:45:17

[Stay tuned for tomorrow’s Readerpix entry! – Note: one reader’s photo(s) will be featured each day at approximately 11am. Unless your photo is time-sensitive – it will be published in the order it was received!]

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13 Comments on "Hoboken Marathoners (results)"

bunnygirl13
Member
bunnygirl13

The members of the Hoboken Elysianettes Running Society (HERS)are especially proud of their marathoning members: Elizabeth Moss (with her well earned and well trained for distinction of being the first hoboken woman to cross the finish line), Heidi Learner (great run heidi!), and Patricia Roca (her first marathon EVER!). I can’t wait to hear their marathon stories at this saturday’s run.

Hobokent
Member
Hobokent

Hi, I’m the runner pictured on the right.

Two names I want to add to the list – Adam Eastmond – Union City – 3:08:19 (the runner on the left) and Joe Branco – Jersey City – 3:31:45. As friends and co-members of the world’s coolest running club, the Hoboken Harriers, I want the thank them along with and add a special thanks to the best training partner anyone could ask for, Tomo Imamichi – 2:58:43 for being good consistent training partners through a lot of early morning miles this summer and fall.

This stuff ain’t easy . . . If it were, everybody would be doing it!

razzles
Member
razzles

[quote comment=”116602″]thanks for the comments and advice Hans!
Funny, you explained the finish corral to a T.
i actually could have come in about 20-30 mins earlier if it wasn’t for my battle with leg cramps from mile 19-25. I was down to a shuffle for that stretch. I used to think I knew what it meant to “will” your body to do something. Now i really know.
Another funny note, one of the first things to cross my mind after finishing the race was ‘never again’. But now, over 24 hours post-race, I’m already thinking about signing up for next year. Except this time I will train a little differently and perhaps drink more fluids. I would love to try it again without the cramps dead legs.[/quote]

Congrats BBMAN!! What an awesome accomplishment!! 😆

yellowsubmarine
Member
yellowsubmarine

[quote comment=”116570″][quote comment=”116534″]Good thing no one snapped a picture of me. My dry-fit shirt became like sandpaper by mile 20 and by the time I entered central park I was a bloody mess. I looked like I had been shot. When I accidentally spilled Gatorade (think salt) on my chest I *felt* like I had been shot.

“Thanks for sharing” you say? Hey – you’re welcome![/quote]

Eek. I just had a God-awful flashback of The Office– LOL– when Andy’s nipples didn’t quite make Meredith’s Rabies “Fun Run”![/quote]

andy’s nipple chafing!! congrats to you all! those are realy great times, too.

bbman529
Member
bbman529

thanks for the comments and advice Hans!
Funny, you explained the finish corral to a T.
i actually could have come in about 20-30 mins earlier if it wasn’t for my battle with leg cramps from mile 19-25. I was down to a shuffle for that stretch. I used to think I knew what it meant to “will” your body to do something. Now i really know.
Another funny note, one of the first things to cross my mind after finishing the race was ‘never again’. But now, over 24 hours post-race, I’m already thinking about signing up for next year. Except this time I will train a little differently and perhaps drink more fluids. I would love to try it again without the cramps dead legs.

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