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Results & Commentary: 2001 Results

Mayor’s Cup Results and Summary 2001

October 28, 2001 - Now in its 12th year, the Mayor’s Cup has become regarded as the premier hill-and-dale event on the East Coast for club runners. This year’s race drew 659 finishers (318 male, 146 female, and 195 youth): a dramatic increase from the nine runners who finished the inaugural Mayor’s Cup race run in 1990.

A close finish added to the excitement in the men’s 8K with only three seconds separating the first three finishers. Sandu Rebenciuc, representing the US Army, broke a five-year Kenyan and Life University winning streak, claiming victory in 23:29. Irishman Vinny Mulvey, 23, finished one second behind Rebenciuc (23:30) to take second place. Mulvey’s former Iona College teammate Graeme Reid rounded out the trio, crossing the finish line third in 23:32.

In the men’s team competition, Boston Athletic Association came out on top with 92 total points.

Indiana Invaders’ Priscilla Hein captured the women’s 5K. Hein finished in 16:30, just missing the 1997 meet record by eight seconds. Runner-up, Sarah Hann, of the Greater Lowell Road Runners, posted a time of 16:34. Marie Davenport (nee McMahon) finished third in 16:50. Among the field of 12 teams, the Indiana Invaders, led by Hein and fifth-place finisher Kelly French, took the women’s team title with 63 total points narrowly defeating the previous year’s champions, host club Boston Athletic Association, which finished a close second with 66 points.

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B.A.A. Moment 7

1977 - Bob Hall Becomes the First Person to Complete the Race in a Wheelchair

In 1977, Bob Hall pioneered the division when he became the first person to complete the race in a wheelchair in 1975, making good on his promise to finish in under three hours.