The results are posted for the Clarence DeMar 5K. See the Results page for more details. Happy 4th of July everyone!
We are pleased to announce the three deserving winners of the 2019 GMAA Scholarship!
- Hannah Bohmann from Champlain Valley Union High School
- Brendan Magill from Harwood Union High School
- Meredith Mashtare from Bellows Falls Academy-St Albans
Each year GMAA sponsors three $750 scholarships given to students graduating from Northern Vermont high schools.
Each student must meet the following criteria:
- Accepted at an accredited two or four year college
- Participated in cross country running and/or track events in grades 11 and 12
- Maintained a B average in high school
- Shows qualities of good citizenship and sportsmanship
Selections are made by the GMAA Board of Directors, and the recipients were notified by email. Their scholarships will be awarded at their high school’s Spring Sports Awards Night.
Congratulations to all three winners! We wish them well in their academic and running endeavors.
The weather held out for the 9th GMAA Equinox Trail Race on Sunday, June 16. Trail conditions were “soft”, but very manageable. See the Results page for details on the 5K and 10K results.
A great turnout of 85 runners were treated to near perfect racing conditions for the Pump It Up! 5-Miler this year – mostly cloudy and damp with temps in the 40s and light wind on soft dirt roads with just a bit of mud. You’ll find the results posted here.
Runners and volunteers braved cold and rainy conditions with gusty winds at times to bring spirit, energy, and strong performances to the course. Adam Bulakowski led runners along the course by bicycle, and Laura Ryan generously brought an armload of baked goods for chilled-to-the-bone racers to refuel. You’ll find the results here.
If you’re looking for a group run on Sunday, here’s an option. We start at The Edge on 75 Eastwood Drive in South Burlington and do an easy out-and-back run on bike path. Conversational pace. Free and open to public. All abilities welcome. Myers Bagels and Gatorade provided. Gym lockers and showers available.
A snow storm on Saturday left Westford with 10 to 12 inches of heavy, wet snow but the skies cleared for race morning with bright sunshine and snow covered trees. The roads, rutted in spots but not too muddy, were better than anticipated. The general opinion from almost everyone we spoke to post-race was that it was near perfect conditions for the first race of the 2019 GMAA season! You’ll find the results here.
Welcome to the new Green Mountain Athletic Association website. Please bear with us as we are still moving features and functions over from the ‘old’ GMAA website. For example, you will be re-directed to the old site to register for races. Comments, suggestions and feedback welcome!