Posts Tagged 'jessica purcell'

Sleepy Hollow Half Race Results

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Sleepy Hollow Half Race Results

Nice work this weekend by the CCMS contingent at the implausibly hilly Sleepy Hollow Half.

  • Isang Smith 1:34:14 (2nd in AG)
  • Jessica Purcell 1:41:40 (4th in AG)
  • Steven Zebrak 1:47:11

Our athletes had to deal with the usually hilly course being modified to make it even worse (or better depending on your POV), as well as also a coach who refused to taper them for the race. Well done.

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NYRR 60k Race Results

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NYRR 60k Race Results

Last weekend Jessica Purcell decided that 26.2 miles isn’t enough, so she (voluntarily) registered for the nine fun-filled laps that make up the NYRR (I’ll Always Call You Knickerbocker) 60k. Apparently Jess didn’t like it that much because she chose not to stay out there nearly as long as the other ladies. In fact, Jess only took 6:02:18 (9:45/mile), which was good enough for 12th out of the 104 women in the field, and 2nd in her AG.

Congratulations JZ.

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Chesapeake Skipjack Triathlon Race Results

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Chesapeake Skipjack Triathlon Race Results

Congratulations to Jessica Purcell on finishing 6th overall and 3rd in her AG at Saturday’s ChesapeakeMan Skipjack Tri, which featured a 1.2 mile swim., 65 mile ride and 10 mile run. Keep up the good work Ms. Purcell.

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Finger Lakes Triathlon

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The husband and wife team of Steven Zebrak and Jessica Purcell made the trip to the scenic Finger Lakes Triathlon this weekend. Jess finished 3rd in the competitive 30-34 AG in a time of 2:44:42, with Z close behind in 2:45:15.

Congratulations Z’s.

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The Team Approach at Duathlon Worlds

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The Team Approach at Duathlon Worlds

It takes a village to raise a child. Same can be said about an athlete. So many people helped in getting me to the start line.

I don’t remember the last time I’ve entered a race feeling so unsure of my training. I did the best I could in preparing given that my Achilles tendons have been really bad for well  over a year now, and particularly bad in the past 6 months. That said, instead of running for the past ...

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Shiprock Marathon Race Results

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The husband and wife team of Steven Zebrak and Jessica Purcell traveled to New Mexico (and 6,000 feet of elevation) to race the Shiprock Marathon yesterday. Jess finished third overall in 3:28:29, while Steven finished 10th in his AG in 3:47:45.

Congratulations Z’s.

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Brooklyn Duathlon Race Report

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Brooklyn Duathlon Race Report

The Brooklyn Duathlon has traditionally been our season opening multisport race, and it has often been good to us. Today was no different. In the women’s race, Nicole Sin Quee was the returning champion, and defended her title in a time of 56:06, and Jessica Purcell had a strong second run to finish second overall in 59:25.

In the men’s division, Teddy Gjone opened the season well with a 53:18 finish, which was good for 10th overall and 2nd in ...

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Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon Race Results

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Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon Race Results

Nice work yesterday by Team Z at the Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon.  Steven Zebrak did his first race in his new age grou, finishing in 1:40:32, while his still 30-34 AG bride, Jessica Purcell finished in 1:38:25, which was good enough for 5th place in her AG.

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Percy Sutton 5k Race Report.

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Percy Sutton 5k Race Report.

The came, they raced, they ate pancakes. We had a nice showing at today’s Percy Sutton 5k, here in Harlem, USA. We have preliminary race results as well as a few photos to get the party started.

  • Luke McCambley 16:14 (5th in AG)
  • Kevin Starkes 17:15
  • Matt Duelka xx:xx
  • Teddy Gjone 18:45
  • Ken Weingold 20:28
  • Steven Zebrak 21:03
  • Ryan Rosello 22:26
  • Bonnie Averbuch 19:14 (6th in AG)
  • Nicole Sin Quee 19:45 (3rd in AG)
  • Isang Smith 20:08 (10th in AG)
  • Jessica Purcell 20:53
  • Cipriana Cuevas 21:40

 

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NYRR Sprint Tri 2012 – Easy as 1-2-3-4

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NYRR Sprint Tri 2012 – Easy as 1-2-3-4

Never underestimate the heart of a champion. – Rudy Tomjanovich

Every year I say I couldn’t be more impressed and proud of our team.  And then the next year I’m even more impressed and proud. Today’s results were tremendous. But first, a quick lesson in the brief history of the NYRR Sprint Triathlon.

2009 was the inaugural race. Terry Moore won the men’s event, and shared the podium with Teddy Gjone and Fabian Gallardo, both of whom would go on to be ...

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