SAVE THE DATE! 6th Annual Virtual Amy’s Adventure Race for the Lake: October 1, 2022

Created to bring attention to the LGLC’s mission of protecting the land that protects the lake, Amy’s Race also directly demonstrates the holistic benefits of conserving natural resources while also providing recreational opportunities.
Details:

4.5-mile race course follows multiple trails through the beautiful Amy’s Park, up a mountain and around the park’s beaver pond. Professionally timed.

Schedule: (subject to change)

Registration: 7:30 – 8:30 AM

Race Begins: 9 AM

After Party: 11 AM – 1 PM (location TBD)

The event was spearheaded in 2017 by the LGLC’s Next Generation (NextGen) Committee, a group of young professionals committed to bringing awareness to LGLC’s mission by organizing innovative events geared towards engaging communities around the lake. Over its 4 years tenure, the race has gathered 239 racers and grossed over $17,000 for LGLC programs, while bringing awareness to the special nature of the Amy’s Park Preserve, the importance of the Indian Brook area and the exciting Bolton Hub Recreational Initiative.

Past Results

2021: 5th Annual Amy’s Adventure Race for the Lake, Oct. 2 (Virtual Oct. 1-3)

The 2021 race included 27 runners who participated at Amy’s Park on Oct. 2, and an additional 8 who ran virtually. Rankings are provided for runners at Amy’s Park only, since the tracks of virtual runners varied.

The overall in-person male winner was Shaun Donegan, who finished the race in 35 minutes and 37 seconds. The in-person female winner was Kaley Bell, a fifth time Amy’s racer, who finished the race in 43 minutes and 1 second. The remaining top finishers of the in-person race were Alex James, Ian Cutting, Madison Brand, and Jordan Weatherhead, who all finished the 4.5 mile rugged race in under 51 minutes.

Click to download Amy’s Overall Race Results (PDF), or Amy’s Race Results, by Age (PDF).

2020: 4th Annual VIRTUAL Amy’s Adventure Race for the Lake, Oct. 1-3

The 2020 race included 72 competitors, the most of any race year, with 48 running locally at Amy’s Park and 24 running at other locations including Colorado, Maine, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and other parts of New York State.

The overall winner, Volker Burkowski, was also the defending 2018 and 2019 champion, who finished the race in 40 minutes and 9 seconds. The female winner, also a defending champion, was Kaley Bell, a fourth time Amy’s racer, who finished the race in 42 minutes and 9 seconds. The remaining top finishers were Matt Haley, Brian Dillenbeck, Sarah Haley and Donna Hamilton, who all finished the 4.5 mile rugged race in under 54 minutes.