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Sprintin Clinton 2008

five kilometer race and one mile fun run

The 2008 Sprintin Clinton race and fun run was a huge success! Wed like to thank all the participants and sponsors for a great event. Click here for the official results of 2008 Sprintin Clinton.

2008 Sponsors for Sprintin Clinton

 

Gold Level - $1,000 to $3,000

 

Economic Concepts

Matt Holt & Megan Jones

The Holt Foundation

 

Bronze Level - $500

Sandrian Camera

Shoprite

Gebhardt & Kiefer, P.C.

 

Rotary Benefactor - $250

 

R&L DataCenters, Inc.

Shenberger Insurance

Clinton Family Eye Care

Certapro Painters

Hunterdon Running Store

Metropolitan Seafood

Palisades Insurance

 

Friends of Rotary $50 to $100

 

Gansfuss Insurance

Hunterdon County Polytech Career Academy

Towne Restaurant in Clinton

Flemington Car and Truck Center

Learning Express Toy Store

Roses in Your Hair

A total of 260 finish 29th Sprintin' Clinton

 

Star Ledger, Thursday, July 17, 2008

 

The 29th Annual Sprintin' Clinton 5-K race took off on a warm Sunday night in Clinton, and in the end 260 runners came across the finish line which was five more than last year.

 

The overall winner was Jeffrey Mccabe of Exeter, PA (16:14), while second place was a recent grad and runner from Hunterdon Central -- Michael Lindner (16:28). Rory Kotter of Annandale came in third (16:47). Lindner finished second in last year's race as well (17:16).

 

The top three females were Katie Tomlinson of Annandale (22nd-19:37), Diane Ross of Flanders

(25th-19:46), and Tara Zimliki of Branchburg (28th-19:54). Zimliki was the first female finisher of last year's race (19:57).

 

"We sold out -- 300 runners for the 5-K," Brian Fischer said. "That's not usual."

 

In age/gender group categories, 19-and-under, Lindner, Kotter and Matthew McDonald were the top three finishers on the male side; Melissa Mckee, Rashmi Singh and Lindsey Mckee were the top three on the females' side.

 

Mccabe, Eric Eisenhart and Matthew Baker were the top three finishers for the age group of 20-29 while in the same age group, the female top three were Tomlinson, Zimliki and Tianna Snyder.

 

Ryan Hashway, Gregory Mullins and John Guth finished top three in the males 30-39 and the females were Diane Ross, Shannon Mc Ginn and Dawn Zeszotarski.

 

In the 40-49 age group, on the males side were Mark McDonough, Robert Cassavell and Ben Teixeira and the females were Holly McDonald, Lee Miller and Deborah Arbach.

 

Thomas McCaffrey, Peter Molyneux and Ron Pawlikowski finished in the top three in the 50-59 age group while on the female side, Kathy Verser, Mary Bake and Darlene Racht finished top three.

 

Jim Rehrig, Ron Reitz and Richard Van Doren finished in the top three for ages 60-69 and Lynda Boynton, Carolyn Cornell and Donna Lish finished on the female side.

 

Fred Loozen and Joseph Manghisi were the only two finishers in the 70 and over category.

 

The one-mile fun run/walk preceded the 5-K.

raising community awareness