Official Pacers Courtesy of Dave’s Running
Dave’s Running Shop will be providing pace teams led by experienced pacers. A wide variety of times, including many of the Boston qualifying standard times will be available. We hope you will find this race day support useful as you strive to achieve your marathon goals.
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Marathon Pacers & Times
3:30 → Tim Schmitt
3:35 → Jay Layshock
3:45 → Bill Collins
3:55 → Ryan Phillip & John Bolha
4:05 → Lucas Heckert & Sean Brennan
4:15 → Chip Vandall & Bill Landgraf
4:45 → Marie Bartoletti
Half Marathon Pacers & Times
1:30 → Rachel Kinsman
1:35 → Tom McNear
1:40 → Doug Picard
1:45 → Matt Wittenberg & Gordan Greenland
1:50 → Scott Perkins & David Seeley
1:55 → Dan Robinson
2:00 → Aaron Stanley
2:10 → Dan Reisner
2:20 → Arya Jayatilaka
2:30 → Jody Stanley & Kim Watson
Right from the starting line through the race and up to the finish you’ll have someone who’s focus is on you, making sure that you’re not going out too fast or running sporadically. If the pace feels too slow in the beginning of the race that is normal, be patient. Just stay with the group and ask the pace leader about an appropriate strategy for the second half. If the pace is too fast, slow down. If you become ill or injured stop off at the medical station.
The marathon is a challenging event and anyone can have a bad day. If you manage your day smartly then you’ll finish to run another marathon. Pace teams will run even splits throughout and will not slow down at water stops. Each pace team member will coach you along the way with words of encouragement and will let you know the current pace throughout the race.