10th Annual Rove the Cove 5k
was held SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2016
The 10th annual Rove the Cove was a success: beautiful weather, great music, lots of folks out running, and many prizes donated by local busiesses raffled off after the race. Thanks for running.
Mens' Winner - Evan Dingle 18:12
Womens' Winner - Natalsha Sharma 22:27 (first female list in results, Natalie Aller, was in a jogger)
For complete results in Excel format click here.
For complete results in PDF format click here.
A note about results: popsicle sticks 101-120 were handed out BEFORE 81-100. So you may see you placed higher or lower than the stick you got at the race.
Here are hundreds of photos thanks to John Sangiolo. More photos coming so stay tuned.
See you next year. Adrian and Nick
The Auburndale Community Association is a non-profit organization founded to promote Auburndale village in the city of Newton, MA. The ACA hosts the Rove the Cove 5k road/trail race. This year all proceeds from the race were given to the Auburndale Community Library. The ACL is a volunteer-run organization.
The race starts and finishes in the picnic area of The Cove. Plenty of parking, bathroom facilities, t-shirts, water stations, and prizes raffled at the end. The course runs on wooded trails and winds through neighborhood streets.
All fitness levels welcome! You can walk or run. Push the kids in a baby jogger. Our insurance coverage discourages the use of personal music devices (phones, ipods, mp3 players, etc.) during the race.
Please note that prizes are awarded through a random raffle, not your finishing place. Anyone can win!!
You can register online at Racewire. This is a bit more expensive, but more convenient.
You can also download, print, fill out, and mail registration forms.Please click here for the mail-in form.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU.
Below is a list of sponsors who have contributed to the year's race by either underwriting some of our costs or giving away gift certificates for the post-race raffle. We couldn't put on this race without their support. Please support these local businesses:
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The course was wheel-measured.
The course starts on the park trail and heads south to Commonwealth Ave. and then makes a loop in the Islington neighborhood. The course then retraces the trail back into the Park, passing the start line before heading out to the Staniford area. The course then heads back into the park and finishes at the picnic area. Water stations at mile 1, mile 2, and finish.