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Coogan's Salsa, Blues and Shamrocks 5k

Sunday March 1st, 2020
Manhattan, NY
Distance: 5K

The Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights provides the ideal venue to start the New York Road Runners Club point season, with bands playing funk, folk, southern rock, merengue, mariachi, bagpipes, and, of course, salsa and blues throughout the entire 3.1-mile course.

The NYRR Coogan's Salsa, Blues and Shamrocks 5K now attracts more than 5,000 runners annually, all of them eager to take on a challenging course with its notorious hills in a diverse neighborhood known for its history and community spirit.

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Race Date: 03/01/2020 Distance: 5k
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 14:48 Sam Geha 24 New York, NY
2nd Male 14:50 Antonio Herrera 31 Mexico
3rd Male 14:58 John Bleday 28 New York, NY
4th Male 15:02 Abdulmenan Kasim Gelato 22 Ethiopia
Female 17:00 Kate MacCary 22 New York, NY
2nd Female 17:33 Sasha Whittle 24 Brooklyn, NY
3rd Female 17:42 Laura Gann 25 Brooklyn, NY
4th Female 17:48 Nicolette St Lawrence 27 Brooklyn, NY
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 16:08 Guillermo Pineda Morales 47 New York, NY
M 50-59 17:24 James McQuade 50 New York, NY
M 60-69 19:40 Steven Bizena 60 Hoboken, NJ
M 70+ 22:41 Julio Aguirre 70 Perth Amboy, NJ
F 40-49 19:06 Fiona Bayly 49 New York, NY
F 50-59 20:26 Jane Lundy 56 Yonkers, NY
F 60-69 22:26 Sharon Vos 62 Old Greenwich, CT
F 70+ 31:27 Mary Zulack 74 Brooklyn, NY
Coogan's Salsa, Blues and Shamrocks 5k

The NYRR Washington Heights Salsa, Blues, and Shamrocks 5K—an annual favorite and an NYRR club points race—sold out in advance and didn’t disappoint this morning. Runners of all ages—from NYRR Young Runners to NYRR Striders, as well as hundreds of youngsters in the kids' races—met in northern Manhattan for some fitness and fun.

The St. Patrick's Day spirit warmed up the crowd­—participants and spectators alike. More than 5,000 finishers, including today’s champions, Desta Alemu Mokona of West Side Runners and Ivette Ramirez of Central Park Track Club New Balance, took on the course’s notorious hills. There was plenty of Irish green amidst the kaleidoscope of club singlets.

The neighborhood, known for its history, its community spirit, and the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory, played the perfect host, with spectators showing the runners howsupportive they can be.

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