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Change is constant in sports. Columnist Howard Herman touches on Allen Heights Veterinary and The Josh, the Bruins firing Bruce Cassidy, and saying goodbye to a childhood runningmate.
A new Paddle Series is set to debut this weekend with the Housatonic Paddle and Pant slated for Saturday along the Housatonic River.
That was where I had my first real Josh Billings RunAground moment. An Ironman competitor and I were the only ones at Mah-Kee-Nac approaching 6 a.m., and we stood in silence for a stretch, watching the fog rise with the sun off a calm-as-glass Stockbridge Bowl. It was just a fleeting moment, amidst a day of controlled chaos that didn't end until after Mac Jones and the Patriots had milked out the clock on a win over the Jets and my seven-month-old son and I drove around south Berkshire County collecting equipment in the twilight.
In the 45th edition of The Josh Billings RunAground, Allen Heights Veterinary foursome might have come up a bit short in an effort to break a record they set back in 2017, but cyclist Josh Lipka, paddlers Tom Keefe and Ben Pigott, and runner Steve Monsulick, became the first team to win five consecutive Josh titles with the same four racers.
LENOX — For most teams in the Great Josh Billings RunAground, they come together as friends, family, co-workers or are put together in advance.
Veteran triathlete Janda Ricci-Munn won the Ironman competition at the 45th Josh Billings RunAground, and was second overall in the triathlon.
The motto of the Great Josh Billings RunAground, based on a quote from the humorist, is "To finish is to win." This year, "To start is to win" might have been more appropriate.
GREAT BARRINGTON — The Price Chopper parking lot was humming Sunday morning, and it had nothing to do with the week’s sale paper.
Here is a collection of photos of Josh Billing RunAground races of the past as we approach the 45th triathlon that kicks off Sunday, Sept. 19.