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Runners Hit Road for Final Buildup Race

Runners will take to the streets Sunday for the final race in the Boston Buildup Series. The 25-kilometer run begins at 9 a.m. at Silvermine School on Perry Avenue in Norwalk.

But bad weather once again threatens the race. The second race of the series, a 15-kilometer run in Ridgefield, was delayed a week because of icy conditions on the road. Snow is forecast for the region for Saturday night. Race director Jim Gerweck said there is a possibility the race could be postponed because of weather. "Hopefully it won't come to that,'' Gerweck said. "We'll try to do everything we can to get it in."

Patrick Hynes won the men's race and Jane Maxwell captured the women's division in the 2010 race. In the overall race series, Norwalk's Eneas Freyre leads the series standings with defending champion Tim Milenkevich in second place. Darien's Liz Herbert leads the women's division, followed by 2007 champ Kim Battipaglia of West Haven.

More information can be found on the clubct.org website.

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Runners hit the road Sunday for the final race in the Boston Buildup Series. The 25-kilometer run begins at 9 a.m. at Silvermine School on Perry Avenue in Norwalk.

Weather once again threatens the race. The second race of the series, a 15-kilometer run in Ridgefield, was delayed a week because of icy conditions on the road.  Snow is forecast for the region for Saturday night. Race director Jim Gerweck said there is a possibility the race could be postponed because of weather. “Hopefully it won’t come to that,’’ Gerweck said. “We like to do everything we can to get it in.”

Patrick Hynes won the men’s race and Jane Maxwell captured the women’s division in the 2010 race. In theoverall race series, Norwalk’s Eneas Freyre leads the series standings with defending champion Tim Milenkevich in second place. Norwalk’s Julie Heaphy leads the women’s division, followed by Anja Krieger-Redwood of Greenwich.

More information can be found on the clubct.org website.

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