Women's 6k - PDF HTML
Men's 8k - PDF HTML
We apologize for the delay in posting the results. There were some runners who chips did not read so we reviewed the backup video to ensure that captured all of the runners. If you have questions feel free to contact Choo Justice at firstname.lastname@example.org
ECU Cross Country will host the 25th annual Pirate Collegiate XC Invitational at Lake Kristi on Friday Oct. 18th. Coach Choo Track Club will provide the timing and announcing. Admission and parking are free! Additional info will be available at www.ecupirates.com
750 middle and high school runners from 45 different schools along with 100 community runners made the 2019 Bo Run a huge success. Top ranked teams from all over Eastern NC traveled to Greenville seeking competition against other top teams. Hot weather did not stop the runners from racing hard and posting some of the fastest times in the history of the meet.
MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS
PHOTOS FROM ALL RACES
COMMUNITY RACE RESULTS
In the Boys Championship First Flight HS from the Outer Banks edged out Greenville's DH Conley 35-48. Zach Hughes (First Flight) was the top individual, setting a meet and course record of 15:46. Boys Championship Results
In the Girls Championship Wake Forest's Heritage HS scored 47 pts to edge out Topsail HS (Wilmington) and West Carteret (Morehead City). Freshman Kaitlyn Obremski of Topsail ran a meet and course record time of 18:25 to defeat defending champion Jenna Reiter of West Carteret. Girls Championship Results
In the Invitational races Camden County defeated Rocky Mount to win the Girls race, while DH Conley defeated South Lenoir (Kinston) in the boys race. Winterville's AG Cox won the boys middle school race and Rocky Mount Middle took the girls title.
ECU will be hosting the 6th annual Bill Carson Track & Field Invitational on April 5th & 6th, 2019. Several top schools will be competing including Charlotte, Troy, Citadel and Coastal Carolina.
Coach Choo Track Club is once again organizing the volunteer crew. We need 40-50 individuals to assist the USATF officials with a number of different aspects of the meet. Volunteers are needed to check in athletes and officials, assist announcers, rake pits, move hurdles, shuttle athletes on to the track, count laps and a variety of other jobs. We will provide a free meet T-shirt and lunch for those volunteering. Let us know if you are interested in volunteering, we will contact you with more info!
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Tentative meet schedule (this is the 2016 schedule, but 2019 will be very close to this once it is finalized)
Brooks CEO Jim Weber always likes to say "A run can flat-out change a day, a life, the world!" I agree 100%! No matter how grumpy I feel, I always feel much better, physically, mentally and emotionally after I finish a run!
With the start of the new year, I would like to offer some "old" advice, but it is always sound and relevant when it comes to getting in that run that will make you feel so much better! Getting out the door is the hardest part, once you do that the rest is easy. I always say to my runners "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!" This is true with running.
Getting out the door, a mile or two a day is the best start you can have. If you do it everyday good things will follow. Don't try to start with 10 miles if you are trying to get into shape. Develop the habit of a daily run first, the miles will come as you stick with it. 10 minutes of slow easy running beats hours of sitting on the coach thinking about it!