Master’s Results


Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Mike Noe 4 3 2 9 18
2 Kevin Cronin 1 8 8 7 24
3 John Dunlap 1 16 3 6 26
4 Eric Rap 9 6 3 10 28
5 LJ DiCarlo 4 5 10 10 29
6 Paul Piccioli 15 1 13 1 30
7 Greg Davis 11 6 6 8 31
8 THomas Freddell 8 8 8 10 34
8 Jack Daly 3 23 6 2 34
10 Rafael Martinez 15 4 13 3 35
11 Paul Brickley 11 10 13 5 39
12 Chris Neeb 11 10 13 16 50
13 Mark Mechtenberg 11 10 13 17 51
14 Chris Landry 10 13 11 25 59
15 Mike Giorgio 18 2 34 10 64
16 Marcus Wilson 4 35 1 28 68
17 Matt Goodwin 18 18 13 20 69
18 Rasheed Brown 4 17 29 21 71
19 Kevin Kittredge 21 15 23 14 73
20 Bob Rinaldi 31 26 13 4 74
21 Joe Assencoa 27 23 11 14 75
22 Dana Randolph 23 22 21 19 85
22 Rob O’Brien 23 32 3 27 85
24 Dan Smith 15 34 13 25 87
24 Mike Braatz 29 20 21 17 87
26 Kevin Dushney 21 18 34 22 95
27 Ilya Papok 18 27 23 28 96
28 James Farnham 27 21 32 23 103
29 Mike Fernando 31 23 27 28 109
30 Pat Murphy 23 30 23 34 110
31 Dave Parker 29 29 23 31 112
32 Kirk Fougere 31 30 29 23 113
33 Jack Siegel 36 14 29 36 115
34 Sean Fielding 31 27 28 31 117
35 Jim Bleakley 23 36 34 33 126
36 Ken Sawyers 35 33 33 35 136















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 John Badaracco 6 2 1 1 10
2 John Durocher 1 10 1 4 16
3 Mike McGrail 3 6 3 12 24
4 Joe Ames 3 3 5 16 27
4 Mike Cantara 5 8 7 7 27
4 Richard Johnson 12 1 11 3 27
7 Tim Smith 6 5 11 9 31
8 Fred Callori 8 9 11 5 33
9 Will Nystrom 12 4 17 7 40
10 Chris Velis 1 19 7 14 41
10 Glen Davanzo 18 7 11 5 41
10 Sean Rockett 18 10 4 9 41
13 Paul Bevilacqua 9 15 7 11 42
14 Big Mike 9 14 10 13 46
15 Tan Rao 9 17 11 24 61
15 Denis Mahoney 25 12 22 2 61
17 Mike Cohen 12 17 20 14 63
18 Paul Chae 18 13 17 16 64
19 Cory Lewis 12 23 16 16 67
20 Dan Trodden 21 16 17 19 73
21 Mario Melendez 12 21 22 20 75
22 Keith Benedetti 21 25 5 25 76
23 Walter Mirrione 12 20 25 21 78
24 Eric Hagan 24 22 20 22 88
25 Scott Maney 23 23 22 22 90















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Brian Curley 1 1 1 3 6
2 Brian Moynihan 2 3 2 3 10
3 Bradley Russel 2 2 7 2 13
4 Jay Condrick 5 7 3 1 16
5 Ron Marchessault 2 5 5 7 19
6 Jack O’Connor 7 4 5 5 21
7 David Churbuck 5 8 3 8 24
8 Dan Nanigian 8 6 8 5 27















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Jerry Fireman 1 2 1 2 6
2 Rob Sykes 3 1 3 2 9
3 Denis Monaco 2 4 2 4 12
4 Bruce Caldwell 5 3 4 1 13
5 Neil Collins 4 5 4 5 18
6 Jim McGuire 6 6 4 6 22















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Stephanie McGuirk 1 1 1 1 4
2 Stacey Brown 3 4 10 2 19
3 Kim Phillips 8 3 6 4 21
4 Heather Rowe 6 5 4 11 26
4 Suzarra Durocher 6 8 2 10 26
6 Katie Chip 5 10 6 7 28
7 Lisa Lemay 2 15 4 8 29
8 Kathy Scialoia 3 15 2 15 35
9 Ashley Rinaldi 15 6 10 6 37
10 Lori Baldwin 15 7 13 3 38
11 Allie Pfannensteihl 13 2 13 12 40
12 Suzanne Bicknell 11 21 6 5 43
13 Liza Zona 11 19 6 8 44
14 Sonia Montvitt 9 18 10 14 51
15 Terri DiCarlo 9 9 21 19 58
16 Alison Carothers 21 11 18 13 63
16 Maggie Lanca 18 13 13 19 63
18 MaryEllen Ryan 13 17 18 16 64
19 Laura Cohen 19 11 13 24 67
20 Jayme Faberman 15 23 13 17 68
21 Laura Holland 22 13 23 18 76
22 AnnMarie Decker 19 20 21 21 81
23 Lisa Liborio 22 24 18 22 86
24 Sarah Sprague 24 22 24 23 93















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Barbara Sessa 1 1 3 3 8
2 Dawn Ditano 3 4 1 5 13
3 Meg Ryan-Giarusso 2 3 8 3 16
4 Colleen Neutra 3 9 1 6 19
5 Michelle Marshall 5 12 3 2 22
6 Jennifer Lawrence 7 8 7 10 32
7 Leslie Coughlin 7 7 12 7 33
7 Lisa DiPillo 7 12 6 8 33
9 Brooke Doran 11 14 8 1 34
10 Kathy Langen 11 6 8 12 37
10 Cici Fougere 13 11 5 8 37
12 Mary Sullivan 7 2 15 15 39
13 Maura Dolan 6 5 15 15 41
14 Debra Termine 14 9 12 11 46
15 Fabiana O’Brien 15 15 11 13 54
16 sue brown 15 16 14 14 59















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total
1 Elaine Polito 1 1 1 1 4
2 Michelle Pinnetti 2 2 2 2 8
3 Susan Ferro 3 3 3 3 12















Final


WOD1 WOD2 WOD3 WOD4 Total

Judi Donnelly 3 1 1 1 6

Susan Weiss 2 3 1 2 8

Susan Walter 1 2 3 3 9

21 Comments

  1. Mike mcgrail

    Bem,

    Thanks for throwing such a great event! It was a blast and your team was top notch! Looking forward to (as Daigle calls it). Fossil Convention “13! Thanks again!

  2. Johnny D

    Ben- first class event! Great judging and managing of the comp. I dont know where you find the energy to MC all day long. It felt so great to have a masters event as the main event not a a side show. Thanks so much.

  3. Dana Randolph

    CFNE, thanks for hosting this great event!

  4. That was a blast! Worth the sleepless nights. Congratulations to everyone who competed! Thank you so much to Ben, the coaches and all the volunteers for giving up your Saturday (and many hours before that) so that we could have fun and feel young for a day. If nothing else, I learned to do wallballs! I think our next masters shirts should say “you actually can teach an old dog new tricks.” :)

  5. Thanks this event, organizers, volunteers, coaches, and fellows crossfiters, I am not longer afraid of the pull up bar and WB(mainly).
    The following is a breakdown of what I learned/gained in the last 2 weeks, including last Saturday.

    1- I can do pull ups in a wod.
    2- I can do T2B
    3- 14# wall ball to the Rx target(10″)
    4- Breathe while woding
    5- Every rep count and ypu can always do one more(I always heard that, but this time I lived it)
    6- Control my nervous and make myslef invisible to the public and focus on the task at hand.
    7- Be happy but not satisfied and start attacking my goats for the next one.

    I feel so fortunate to belong to such a gym as CFNE as to have participated in this past event. I have never won the lottery, but I assume the feelings are equal or at least close to that. Thanks a million everyone!

    • Sonia!
      Wow! Well done!!! Good for you!! I too want the “….old dog…” t-shirt :)

      I too made some serious gains:
      1. Did my first un-assisted pull up 2 days prior to the Games (need a running start ;)
      2. I can do a T2B in a hang position rather than a running start from the other side of the room
      3. Got hit only once in the face by the ball in attempts to get that pesky 10″ target.

      It was great competing with everyone. I can’t wait until next year- You guys are all champs! :) See you at the box!

      • Congrat on your first pull up. That is huge for us that haven’t done that before(did my first one this year). Good job! and we’re all champions since the moment we step inside that workout area :-)

    • Great job, sonia! You are so strong and your work ethic rocks. You bring so much to every wod as well as sharing so much with your fellow competitors. thanks for always helping us stay motivated!!

  6. Enjoyed myself very much. everything was great competition, judges,supporters. Everything! I cant wait to do it again.

  7. Greg Davis

    Thank you for hosting such a great event. Great people and a lot of fun. My only regret is that I couldn’t stay for beer afterwards, but had to drive 3 hours back to CT. Looking forward to the next one.

  8. Ben,

    I want to thank you for putting on such a top notch event. I appreciate the effort you, the judges and all the volunteers put in! I had a blast.

  9. Thank you to all the coaches and volunteers for all of your effort and energy — everything ran smoothly, and even ran a couple of minutes ahead of schedule (!!). It was a terrific experience and pushed me to make one of my 2012 goals — 14# wall balls to the 10′ target. I’m already looking forward to next year.

    I think Judy captured the tagline for next year’s shirt perfectly.

  10. It was awesome! Thanks again to everyone who helped plan and who made it happen!! This competition pushed me to a different level of an athlete. I did not conquer my 14# wb to 10 foot target but I sure as heck worked on em:)! All my weights went up tremendously! I loved it! Great experience and loved getting to know all the athletes. Can’t wait for next year. I think…:)!

  11. Ben, coaches, volunteers, judges – THANK YOU! I really appreciate all the hard work that everyone put in to make sure the competitors had a fantastic day. It was awesome to participate in such a top-notch event. Can’t wait for the next one!

  12. I am so impressed by the accomplishments of my fellow athletes! Congrats to all!! And thanks, again, to all those that made this event happen!

  13. There’s no place like “home”…I miss my CFNE friends soooooo much! The hugs and kisses were immeasureable! Like my dad used to say “don’t forget where you came from”!!!! :-) I did move another 20min further south, lol, but my heart will always be with you guys…..all of you make it worth the trip!

    Thank you everyone for a really great day!

  14. Thanks to Ben, mdv, ally, Mel, theentire cfne coaching staff and our amazing volunteers for putting on such a great event. Judy definitely summed it up perfectly about teaching an old dog new tricks – thanks to all of you for giving us the forum and opportunity to do this. Truly a special day.

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