Terms and Conditions
Once you have entered a race, your entry fees
are non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and non-refundable,
under any and all circumstances, including, but not limited to,
cancellation of the event or of your participation, or change in
the nature or format of the event. An event may be
cancelled or changed due to severe weather or other factors that
threaten the safety of participants, staff or volunteers, or as
mandated by park officials or otherwise at the discretion of the
LIRRC Race Director.
All LIRRC races are capped at 250
participants. To keep with USATF Registration Rules,
registration will be closed 15 minutes before race time.
That means for Sunday races starting at 9 AM registration will
close at 8:45 AM, and the Wednesday Night Summer Series 5K races
starting at 7 PM registration will close at 6:45 PM.
Registration is in accordance with USATF
registration rules. These registration rules are common at
other races, and are necessary because our races are
predominately day-of-race, and all registrants have to be
entered into the database prior to the race. Please plan
to arrive at the race allowing you sufficient time to register.
Your cooperation is appreciated.
The Board of Directors & Officers of the LIRRC have
posted the 2017 Schedule! Please check it out on the "Schedule" link..You
spoke, and we listened....and we hope you will be happy with the Expanded
Wednesday Night Series!....Our next race is the Santa 5K on December 18th....Those
who pre-register before December 10th are eligible for a $50. Visa Card to be raffled off at the
race! Jim Ferguson must receive your race application by December 10th!...Race
apps are located on the web site, and will also be e-mailed to you.
Less than 2 weeks after, on January 1st @ 9:30,
join us for the Fred Haslett New Year's
Day 5 Mile Run & Peter Cirona's Birthday Bash!
This is just a no-frills good time with your
fellow runners, and a great way to start the year! No entry fee, no bibs,
and your choice of any distance up to 5 miles! We do ask, however, that you
sign a waiver before the race! Hot chocolate and bagles follow the run!
We are all
for the LIRRC Social, so save the date! Saturday, February 11th, 2017, 6 pm
to 10 pm at the Knights of Columbus @ 186 Jericho Turnpike, Mineola. 2016
Members were sent applications via e-mail, and applications are also
available on our web page. This was a grand party last year, so don't miss
is a great time to renew your membership in LIRRC for 2017! Bob Patterson has
posted the 2017 Application to this web site, and our fees (always the most
reasonable on Long Island) will stay the same. Your support has allowed us
to plan a great 2017 Schedule, so take a moment to renew now! Continue to check
the web site for updates, and check your e-mails. If you are not getting
updates and newsletters, it is possible that we do not have you correct
e-mail address. Drop us a line using the "Contact Us" link on the web site.
The Long Island Road Runners
East Meadow, New York 11554
Club Hotline: 516-569-4959
2016 LIRRC CLUB OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
INTERIM VICE PRESIDENT / TREASURER
- JIM FERGUSON
PUBLIC RELATIONS – MICHAEL OGAZON
CLUB COUNSEL – JIM THORNTON
– PETER CIRONA
AT LARGE - DAVE PHILIPPI
AT LARGE – MARIE BREWER
2016 LIRRC RACE OFFICIALS
RACE DIRECTOR - FRED HASLETT
ASSISTANT RACE DIRECTOR - PETER CIRONA
RACE OFFICIAL -
RACE TIMER - BILL
NEWSLETTER EDITOR - MARCI YOUNG
LIRRC 2016 RACE TEAMS
MEN’S TEAM CAPTAINS – DAVE FRISONE & BILL SCHROEDER
WOMEN’S TEAM CAPTAIN - MARIE BREWER
Cell Phones For Soldiers
Throughout our country's
history, there have been selfless people who have stepped up to
answer America's call. Let us not forget our men and women in
uniform, and let us always let them know they are appreciated
for the sacrifices they and their families make for us. What can
we do to show our support of our men and women in uniform? There
are many ways, and the Long Island Road Runners Club has decided
to partner with the "Cell Phones for Soldiers"
program. Each week at our races, a collection box will be
available to collect old cell phones. This is a close-to-home
cause, as former LIRRC President Fred Haslett's son, Sgt. 1st Class Fred
"Rick" Haslett of the NC Army National Guard, was
stationed in southern Baghdad, on his second deployment in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since his company's Internet
connection was not free, Cell Phones For Soldiers kept SFC.
Haslett and his fellow soldiers supplied with calling cards so
calls home to loved ones were free.
Soldiers can pay as much as $5 per minute to
call loved ones. Our collection helps them stay in touch
with loved ones. Let's do our part.
God Bless our
For more information, visit the Cell Phones
for Soldiers website at:
The story of these two youths who started this
program is inspiring.