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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: October 2011
Nicole Rogers managed the GBTC team for the race and placed 4th in her home town of Hollis, NH. Photo by Kyle MacQueen for GreaterSnap. HFC men decisively beat the GBTC team, making the season record 2 to 1 in … Continue reading
Victoria Barnaby with minutes to go in the Tufts 10 km. photo by GreaterSnap Victoria Barnaby has been a terrific contributor to the club teams on the track and sometimes in cross-country, but rarely on the roads and never in … Continue reading
Unoffical results from the 34th annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon list GBTC runner Kyle MacQueen as 33rd overall female finisher in a time of 2:49:14. Kyle’s best marathon performance leading up to this race was her 3:03:13 in the … Continue reading
Wayland, MA: Amelia Landberg won by a landslide the women’s 5km XC, leading the GBTC team to first place in the race, and first overall in the USATF-NE XC Grand Prix. Katie Passarell placed second overall. The men’s team got … Continue reading
Adrian MacDonald looking good in his new GBTC jacket. photo by Nicole Rogers Westfield, MA: Chris Hine filled in at the last minute for Ted Breen so the team of Jason Ayr in second place, Hine in 16th, Caleb Evanter … Continue reading