Chocolate Milk Mile
Cranston, RI, United States
July 23, 2017

created by user chocmilkmileri

Ruleset:

Beer Mile

4 Beers, 4 Laps Stop and Drink, Then Run Full Mile 12oz Beers Open When Drunk 5% Alcohol Beer No Tampering Vomit Penalty Max 4oz Spillage

Links:

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Name Time Gender Age Beer Notes
1 Mars Bishop 4:56 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
2 Will Mardo 5:04 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
3 Ben Drezek 5:10 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
4 Joe Pearl 5:16 M 17 From Cup Chocolate Milk
5 Sam Toolin 5:19 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
6 Jack McMahon 5:20 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
7 Ethan Wylie 5:22 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
8 Jeff Venter 5:22 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
9 Ian Flanagan 5:23 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
10 Brian Coyne 5:24 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
11 Dan Ruggiero 5:25 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
12 Andre Solomonmesser 5:28 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
13 Keith McAteer 5:29 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
14 Kyle Keefe 5:30 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
15 Jon Iamarone 5:33 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
16 John Wahl 5:39 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
17 Matt St. Jean 5:43 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
18 Dylan Maples 5:45 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
19 Quinn Vinbury 5:46 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
20 David Delbonis 5:47 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
21 Max DiMuccio 5:48 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
22 Codey Therault 5:51 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
23 Jake Cardello 5:57 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
24 Tim Champlin 6:01 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
25 Elijah Akindole 6:06 M 17 From Cup Chocolate Milk
26 Dennis St. Jean 6:08 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
27 Sean Meehan 6:11 M 17 From Cup Chocolate Milk
28 Nick Braz 6:16 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
29 Dan Collard 6:16 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
30 Tim Chambers 6:20 M 19 From Cup Chocolate Milk
31 Nathan Coogan 6:32 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
32 Michael Feret 6:33 M 15 From Cup Chocolate Milk
33 Jack Perreault 6:45 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
34 Max Waite 7:24 M 18 From Cup Chocolate Milk
35 Parker Deleo 7:49 M 16 From Cup Chocolate Milk
36 Cebastian Gentile 8:00 M 17 From Cup Chocolate Milk


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Race Notes:

The second annual Chocolate Milk Mile RI, slated for July 23 at Cranston West, has attracted more than 50 runners, including a slew of all-staters and one particular Stanford-bound national champion. That's more than 10 times the amount of participants from the inaugural event from last year. And there's still plenty of time to enter for this event, which starts at 9 a.m., and features an Emerging Elite race, followed by a Championship race.

The Chocolate Milk Mile RI is a unique twist on the adult version of a similar-type race. Participants begin the one-mile race by chugging down a 12 oz. cup of chocolate milk. Each subsequent lap after that initial drink, participants again must chug down a 12 oz. cup of milk for a total of four (or a half gallon) during the race.

According to Jack Perrault, a top middle distance runner from North Kingstown and one of the race's organizers, a star-studded field will be lining up in the Championship race. For starters, the No. 1 seed is recent La Salle Academy graduate and four-minute miler, DJ Principe. Principe, who won the 5K outdoor title at the 2016 New Balance Nationals, will be joined by some familiar RI (and a few MA) rivals, including current and past HS standouts Mars Bishop (Barrington), Sam Toolin (North Kingstown), Joseph dos Reis (La Salle), Will Mardo (Cumberland), Nathan Coogan (North Providence), Ethan Wylie (North Kingstown), Jeff Venter (Bishop Hendricken), David Seybert (Attleboro) and Ian Flanagan (North Attleboro). With most in the field capable of running a time in the mid 4:20 range or even faster without the distractions, the 2016 record of 5:35 by Hendricken's Dylan Manning, one of the race's organizers, would appear to be in serious jeopardy. The top five finishers will receive a T-shirt, beads and the obvious bragging rights.

$5 donation. Organizers would like to thank Munroe Dairy, which covered ALL the expenses for the event. All proceeds for the Chocolate Milk Mile will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House.