10th ANNUAL NEWPORT 10,000
The Newport 10,000 is back, and for the tenth straight year, a stellar international and American field of male and female runners will attack the flat and very fast 10K course as they compete for their share of the $15,000 prize money purse. And, as the USATF-NJ 10K Open Championship for Men and Women, the race is assured of quality and speed throughout.
The goal of the Newport 10,000 is to spotlight the superb shops and restaurants of Newport Town Square while providing an opportunity for the best runners in the Northeast and beyond to compete at the highest level.
The course features superb Manhattan skyline views, is USATF certified and provides eight aid stations and clocks at each mile. Runner amenities are plentiful including the Newport technical tee, post race refreshments, and a random prize drawing.
Getting there is very easy by car ( free parking ) or PATH Trains. The Newport 10,000 staging area is 100 yards from the PATH Station. Bag check on site. Saturday morning check-in only.
DATE: Saturday, May 11, 2013
USATF-NJ NBGP - 700 Points
From NJ--New Jersey Turnpike Extension (from NJ Turnpike North or South or Rt. 78 East) to Exit 14C. After coming down the ramp, make right at traffic light onto Jersey Avenue. Bear left onto 11th Street Viaduct which becomes Newport Parkway. Pass Newport Centre Mall on right. Make right onto Washington Boulevard. Follow Race Parking signs.
Path Trains--Take the Path Train marked Journal Square, or Newark at 33rd Street/Herald Square at 23rd Street, 14th Street, 9th Street or Christopher Street to Pavonia/Newport Station. Exit at Pavonia Avenue. Turn left. Walk to River Drive South and Town Square.
Parking garage is located at 560 Washington Boulevard. Your Bib Number is your Free Parking pass.
RESULTS: ChampionChip Scoring - www.compuscore.com
AGE GROUPS: 5 Years to 85 and Over
NUMBER OF FINISHERS: 2006 - 360, 2007 - 475, 2008 - 587, 2009 - 642, 2010 - 907, 2011 - 1114, 2012 - 1187
More at www.libertyhealth.org
Jersey City Medical Center, the area's newest regional, referral teaching hospital, provides the highest level of care for women and infants, and trauma and heart patients. Open at its current location since May 2004 on a 15-acre campus overlooking the New York Harbor and Liberty State Park in downtown Jersey City, the JCMC state-of-the-art hospital campus includes two facilities: the Wilzig Hospital, which includes the Port Authority Heroes of September 11 Trauma Center and the Children's Hospital of Hudson County; and the Provident Bank Ambulatory Center. The Medical Center was New Jersey's lead hospital on 9/11, and has received countless citations and new regional designations for its incisive patient care based on in depth training and experience.
Newport is a 600 acre waterfront "live, work, shop and dine" community—just minutes from Manhattan. This mixed-use community consists of residential, office, retail, leisure and entertainment facilities. Already, more than 10,000 residents live in the ten high-rise luxury towers found on the property. Located on Jersey City's Hudson River waterfront, the new development is situated opposite lower Manhattan and offers breath-taking views of New York City. Connected to the rest of New Jersey and New York by the Hudson Bergen Light Rail System, PATH trains, buses and NJ Transit, Newport has world-class restaurants, businesses and luxury apartments. To learn more about Newport call 201-626-5000 or visit www.newportnj.com.
THE NEXT STOP
|2004||Julius Kibet||28:42||2006||Tetyana Hladyr||32:00|
|14+ U||Daniel Garcia||58:05||14+ U||No Record||xxx|
|15-19||Wegnyehu Girma||29:02||15-19||Hirut Beyene||33:58|
|20-24||Julius Kibet||28:42||20-24||Jemima Jelagat||32:13|
|25-29||Julius Koskei||29:15||25-29||Irene Limika||32:46|
|30-34||Silas Sang||28:53||30-34||Tetyana Hladyr||32:00|
|35-39||Joseph Ekoum||30:04||35-39||Catherine Ndereba||32:44|
|40-44||Joseph Ekuom||32:59||40-44||Kathleen Jobes||35:44|
|45-49||Piotr Karasiewicz||33:21||45-49||Mary Christian||40:35|
|50-54||Greg Diamond||34:53||50-54||Patricia Butcher||45:32|
|55-59||Greg Diamond||36:48||55-59||Jane Parks||44:51|
|60-64||JL Seymore||38:53||60-64||Joann Coffee||48:43|
|65-69||Thomas Weddle||42:31||65-69||Lynda Brush||55:57|
|70-74||Roland Ratmeyer||46:00||70-74||Imme Dyson||55:57|
|75-79||Joe Burns, George Studzinski||53:39||75-79||Imme Dyson||57:01|
|80-84||Nathaniel Finestone||1:03||80-84||No Record||xxx|
|85+ O||No Record||xxx||85+ O||No Record||xxx|