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The Greater Boston Track Club (GBTC) is a friendly and competitive team with approximately 200 members. We compete at the national, regional, and local levels in cross country, track and field, and trail running. GBTC provides a team-oriented, structured training environment for athletes of many abilities who train for everything from jumps and throws to sprints, road races, cross country, and marathons. Members train for several specific competitions throughout the year, and financial support is provided to compete at some major events. We sponsor athletes based on a tiered system of performance standards, and the club is a designated USATF Elite Development Club.
Monthly Archives: March 2007
Tufts University, Medford, MA March 31,2007—GBTC’s Junyong Pak, born in Korea, raised in New Jersey, and educated in New Orleans, raced to his personal best in 10,000 meters pulling teammate John Tyson to his personal best in the first event … Continue reading
Upton, MA March 31, 2007 — GBTC’s Emily Raymond wanted a low-key race to “tune-up” for the Boston Marathon. She planned to run marathon pace of 6:21 for the first 10 km then run faster for the last 5 km. … Continue reading
Hot off her 10,000 meter personal record Emily Raymond may challenge both the men’s and women’s fields in the Upton, MA 15 km on Saturday March 31 on a hilly rural course one town west of where her marathon will … Continue reading
On March 31 in Medford, MA on the Tufts University Campus GBTC athletes plan to compete against many college teams in several events.The first event of the day will be the men’s 10,000 meter with David Bedoya, Junyong Pak, and … Continue reading
GBTC’s Megha Doshi started slowly in Kittery, ME in the Eastern Sates 20 miler. She picked up her pace and picked off runner after runner over the bridge into Portsmouth, NH, then along the winding ocean road where the stately … Continue reading
At the Northeastern meet on March 24, Emily Raymond ran a personal best of 34:58 and took more than 30 seconds off the old GBTC record (set by Julie Spolidoro in 2000.) Emily won the race, and was followed by … Continue reading
GBTC’s Emily Raymond heads the performance list of 20 women for the Northeastern University Spring Open track meet’s 10 km on Saturday March 24 in Dedham, MA. Seven more GBTC women will join her. Her seed time is 35:00 and … Continue reading
New Bedford, MA March 18, 2007—In the whaling city, the origin of Herman Melville’s great American novel, Moby Dick, the Greater Boston Track Club men’s team took second place in the open team division and the women took third. The … Continue reading
Some photos from today’s New Bedford race have been posted here.Still awaiting official results, but Jeremy Borling led the men’s team, finishing 5th in 1:08:50ish while Laura Hayden was GBTC’s first woman in 1:21 and change.