Thanks to those who participated in the 2021 Boston Bulldogs Run for Recovery & Tribute - a success by every measure.
Here are the highlights:
- 744 registered runners (200+ more than 2020 - our highest number to date)
- Ages 10 – 77 (67% female)
- 23 states represented, including Hawaii
- 48 teams, 20 with 10+ members
Shout out to Team Berkshires with 62 members, Team Greene with 44 and Plymouth County Outreach with 29
Congrats to top finishers:
- Top adult male: Nicholas Curelop/Team Berkshire 18:01.00
- Top adult female: Becca Pizzi/Team Ryan 21:.04.00
- Top youth female: Sarah Murphy 24:52.00
- Top youth male: Grady Lukis 29:03.00
Acknowledgement and appreciation to Race Sponsors who help to sustain this event and the Club:
Lead sponsors: Bournewood Health Systems, Chaisson Family Foundation, Cabot Corporation, City Realty Management
Contributing Sponsors: Covington Associates, Marathon Sports
Thanks to Community Festival Participants:
- 21 participating community programs and resources: Recovery Programs, Community Resources, Wellness programs and Healthcare organizations
Virtual Wellness Weekend:
- 13 virtual workout classes offered in partnership with East Side Yoga & Fitness, The Phoenix, certified Chi instructor Michael Weintraub , and Boston Bulldogs running coaches
This year’s event was dedicated to the memory of Boston Bulldog Sean Staunton who was honored by his family and friends in a moving Tribute.
Special thanks to the many restaurants, wellness programs and local businesses - and to the Red Sox and Celtics organizations who donated prizes for this year’s event. Also, a shout out to NESN and this year’s Grand Marshals, hosts of How Was Your Run Today podcast, Peter Villa and Bryan Gould for promoting the race and to race director extraordinaire Anne Marie Winchester/South Shore Race Management and the 2021 Race Committee for their guidance and support.
We look forward to an in-person race in 2022 and a return to Franklin Park.