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Dave Calvert
     
9:00 - 9:30
     
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
 
Sean Huffman
Julie Abrams
 Kevin Levine  
10:00
     
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
   
Chris Kelly
Stephanie May    
10:30
     
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
   
 Joe Deitrich Elisa Sendelbach    
11:00
     
Bio coming soon...
Bio coming soon...
   
AP Padiyar
 Kim Villena    
11:30
     
Dale Hollandsworth joined MIT during the summer of 2006 to train for his first marathon and to fight his expanding waistline. Since then, he has completed three marathons, 10 half marathons, a couple of 10Ks, a handful of 5Ks and consumed countless cookies. In 2010, Dale became one of the dedicated Team 9:30 pace coaches and has quickly become one of the most beloved coaches/members of MIT (note: Dale wrote his own bio). “The thing I like most about MIT is the support you receive from the group. Running a half or full marathon is quite an accomplishment. Seeing this group of people come together to reach their goals is both inspiring and motivational.”
     
Laura Wartel
     

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