45th Annual Turkey Trot Continues Mamaroneck Tradition

Holiday event draws big crowd.

Update: Participation this year was up by 211 participants, from 717 to 928, said Village of Mamaroneck Mayor Norm Rosenblum.  

The first place winner with a time of 17:59 was Chris Brennan, second place with a time of 18:08 was Samuel Ritter and third place was Katy McManus with a time of 18:10.  For a full list of winners, please click below the slideshow for a PDF of the results.


The Village of Mamaroneck Recreation Department, Sound Shore Runners Multisport Club, Pace BMW and TD Bank hosted today's 2011 Turkey Trot Run 45th Annual Race.

Larchmont-Mamaroneck Patch was also on hand today, giving out free bottles of water and Patch gifts to participants in the event.

And, who was that in the turkey costume? That was Patch's own Rich Bobe, a member of the Patch advertising sales team. Lots of folks wanted to have their picture taken with Rich in his costume.

James Belmont November 22, 2011 at 06:06 PM
It would be great to be able to see a copy of the full results, not just the first three runners. Will you be postign this on this website? If not, do you know where I can find these please? Thanks James
Stefani Kim November 22, 2011 at 06:33 PM
Hi James, As indicated in the article, if you click under the slideshow, there is a PDF posted with a full list of all the winners. Best, Stefani
Joseph Cloidt November 24, 2011 at 04:53 PM
Hi Stefani, Like James, I would like to see the full results. The pdf connected with the article only lists the winners. You may not be aware but "full results" are common for most races and include the name, age, finishing place, finishing time, race number, and locality where the participant lives for ALL race participants. If you are able to track down the full results that would be great. Thanks. Joe
Stefani Kim November 24, 2011 at 05:41 PM
Hi Joseph, I will try to obtain a more detailed list of results and post if available. Best, Stefani


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