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NEWPORT, R.I. - Twelve Naval War College students ran 210 miles, finishing sixth in New England’s newest overnight relay, the Cape Relay, held May 1-2.
 
The race started in Quincy and ended in Provincetown, Massachusetts, with a route that included historic areas and the Cape Cod Rail Trail. 

The “Old Schoolers” as the NWC team called themselves came in at 25:09:06, averaging about 7:30 min/mile. They competed against 186 other teams.

The NWC team consisted of Lt. Cmdr. James Hilton, Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Nieves, Maj. Aaron Roof, Maj. Adam Hilburgh, Lt. Cmdr. Wilbur Hall, Col. Barry Johnson, Maj. Scott Kindberg, Lt. Cmdr. Oscar Rojas, Maj. Bryan Kirk, Lt. Cmdr. Todd Pike, Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Shugart, and Lt. Martin Ortiz.

The race was organized by 13 Relay, which was created in 2009 by the race director of BBSC Endurance Sports, Brogg Sterrett. The goal of the 13 Relay is to produce safe, exciting, high quality events.


CAPE COD, Mass. (May 2, 2010) Twelve Naval War College students celebrate after running 210 miles, finishing sixth in New England’s newest overnight relay, the Cape Relay, held May 1-2. The race started in Quincy and ended in Provincetown, Massachusetts, with a route that included historic areas and the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The “Old Schoolers” as the NWC team called themselves came in at 25:09:06, averaging about 7:30 min/mile. They competed against 186 other teams. (Photo provided by Lt. Cmdr. James Hilton)


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