Start 2011

Up next... the
 27th Annual Feaster Five

 ET 2011 

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Here's the 5 Mile

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Eagle Tribune Video Highlights:

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Legendary Olympian Joan Benoit Samuelson. Watch her 2011 post race interview.


A gathering of running icons - Bill Rodgers, Rick & Dick Hoyt, Dave McGillivray, and Joan Benoit Samuelson

news team

Among our VIP's is our News/Weather/Sports Team - Steve Cooper, Barry Burbank, and Dan Roche MEET & GREET on Tuesday from 4-6 PM at the Expo

Merrimack Valley Y Race Video  

Crissy, Lexi, Zach


2014 ONLINE REGISTRATION IS not yet open but...

Registration will Open in the Late Summer of 2014!



Sights seen along the way at the 2012 Feaster Five Race HERE 

Kids Run

Kids Fun Run

Billy Rodgers

Bill Rodgers crosses the 5 Mile finish line

                                                           Here comes team Hoyt!               
The HoytsLyn

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  • Family, Fitness, FUN

  • MVS runner

    Come to run a personal best, or come just for fun

     Pies                                 ...and, of course, Table Talk Apple Pies



    Meet the Feaster Five VIP's

    Bill Rodgers




     "Boston Billy" is best known for winning both the Boston Marathon and The New York Marathon 4 times. In addition to breaking the American record at Boston in 1975 and 1979 (2:09:55 and then 2:09:27), he is considered one of the most prolific competitors with 28 marathons under 2:15.  Bill was ranked #1 in the world in '75, '77, and '79.  Though he admits to "slowing down a bit" he still competes in races around the world and is a sought after speaker. Watch Billy win Boston

                Joan Benoit Samuelson



    Joanie is best known for her spectacular performance at the 1984 Olympic Games where she stunned the field with a win more than a minute ahead of her rivals in blistering heat with a time of 2:24:52.  Her running career started, however, at Bowdoin College and blossomed when she ran as an unknown in Boston in 1979.  She won the race in a time of 2:35:15, 8 minutes faster than the course record.  She repeated the victory in 1983 setting a World Record time of 2:22:43 which would not be broken for the next 11 years. Last October, she competed at the Chicago marathon where she ran a 2:47 making her the only woman to run a sub 2:50 in five consecutive decades. Watch Joanie win the Olympics

    Team Hoyt - Dick and Rick


    Rick was born in 1962 to Dick and Judy Hoyt. As a result of oxygen deprivation to Rick's brain at the time of his birth, Rick was diagnosed as a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy. They were told toThe Hoyts institutionalize their son, but they knew that Rick was bright and needed to have the opportunity to enjoy everything life could offer.  Thus began their incredible journey, a father and son, competing in some of the most grueling events imaginable.

    A Father and his Son - the video

    We are pleased to welcome back Brightroom Professional Event Photography  as the official photographer of the Feaster Five.



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