Terry's Running Page
A collection of sundry running-related items. You won't find many of
these anywhere else.
The Syracuse University Noontime Running League:
a series of weekly runs held at Syracuse University's Manley Field
House indoor track (257.627m, tartan, unbanked) or outdoor track (400m mondo),
weather permitting. For more information contact
either Terry McConnell,
(email@example.com) or Patricia Ford , (315)443-5959 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A Tentative schedule
of the 2012-2013 season. (.xls format)
Age graded table
for event scoring. (html format)
Processed Results (Current year, plain text format)
- League Raw Results (YTD, plain text format)
- Current Year Results Spreadsheet (YTD,.csv format)
- Age Group League Records (Spreadsheet, .csv)
- All Performances Spreadsheet (Large .csv)
League Rules. (plain text format)
League Aims. (plain text format)
Results from past years. (html format)
Parking document for noontime events. Display on dashboard and hope for the best. Msword document. Not to be used except at regular noontime events. (msword .doc format)
- Pacechart for figuring per
lap pace on the new Manley Field House track. Excel spreadsheet. (.xlsx format)
Outside runs: League rules allow each runner to submit a limited number of
outside times, but these must be approved by the Commish. Please email to
email@example.com and include the date, the distance, the time you ran,
the name of the race, and whether or not the course is certified (if known.)
Want to figure out your
splits for an upcoming race,
but too lazy to do the arithmetic? Use this handy electronic form.
Old Manley Field House
More than you ever wanted to know about the old Manley
200 meter indoor track.
New Manley Track Info
A word document written by Bill Quinlisk
New Manley Marks
An excel spreadsheet by Terry McConnell that shows distances from points of
interest to the nearest surveyed mark.
My favorite 5K training program.
Selected Usenet Articles Some of the
more amusing (IMHO) articles I've written over the years for the Usenet group
Rec.running. I've left out most of the stupid things, flames, and other
dross -- you can still find all of those at Dejanews (alas.)
Track and Field Records
And, of course, the obligatory
Links to other running-related pages: