November 23, 2017 ~ 10:00 a.m.
The 81st Manchester Road Race
On-Line Registration is CLOSED until Sunday Morning
The annual gathering of the Charlie Robbins Club will be held on Wed, Nov. 29 at noon at the Arbors Retirement Community. All those who are members or new to the 75+ age group are invited to attend this luncheon and should RSVP by Contacting Us.
Friday, Nov. 24
8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Charlie Robbins Club
(75+ Year Old Runners)
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Race Winners (Male and Female) are determined by Guntime, not Nettime.
Age Group Winners are determined by Nettime.
King and Queen of the Hill - Male and Female
Five-year age groups (beginning at age 45) were added in 2010. Record holders were established for the new age groups in the 2010 race. Click here to view all of the record holders in each division.
Awards to the top 25 finishers (which may include USATF Trust Award winners) will be presented at Bennet Academy at 11:30 am on race day. Three winners in each division will receive awards by mail.
Divisions (Male and Female)
Each Division's Top Male and Female
(may be won in addition to divisional awards)
Course Incentive: $2,000 bonus for breaking the male or female course record
Von Deck Trophy: First male
Clarence and Arvilla Hale Memorial Trophy: First female
Trooper Russell A. Bagshaw Trophy: First male 40 - 49
Judy-Arin Krupp Trophy: First female 40 - 49
Dr. Marzialo Trophies: First Manchester resident high school male and female
Jay E. Rubinow Trophy: First finisher 80 - 89
Watches: First Connecticut male and female, donated by Michaels Jewelers
Gift Certificates: First Manchester male and female
Tim Moriarty Award: First Irish male and female
Ray Crothers Trophy: First male 60-69
Grand Total of All Awards: $51,300
Master's Division (40+) - Male and Female
King and Queen of the Hill will be awarded to the first male and female who cross the designated line at the summit of Highland Street, as determined by the MRR judge, and who places within the top ten finishers of the race in their gender. If the judge considers the race a tie, then the award will be divided by the number of winners. For each gender, the total prize amount will be $1,000.