The Woodbury Country Ramble is a fun-filled family morning with a 5K race and 2 mile walk. The combination cross country and road course is unique in our area and attracts casual and serious runners, as well as walkers and families. The Coach/Judge Ed Kellman Ramble Scrambles for children are a huge hit and, for some unexplainable reason, hot dogs taste really good on a Sunday morning.
How serious? Last year, we were honored when Jack Jibbs may have set a 32 year course record with a 15:57; that's 5:09 per mile times 3.1! This year, Jack became the New York State High school 3,000 meter Steeplchase Champion and the US National Champion in the 2,000 meter Steeplechase! He's headed to Sweden with his high school coach and Country Ramble co-race director Jimmy Glover for the World Championships. Regardless of your ability, you can enter the same event with national champions!
The Country Ramble benefits the Dick Wilson Memorial Scholarship and the Woodbury Lions Club Community Programs. Please join us for a morning of healthy fun!
August 25,2013 and August 24, 2014: Courtesy of our timers, Super Race Systems, on Active.com
August 26, 2012: Age Group (and overall) Results
August 28, 2011: First Place - Hurricane Irene
August 29,2010: Courtesy of our timers, Super Race Systems, on Active.com
August 23, 2009: Courtesy of our timers, Fast Finishes, on Cool-running.com
August 24, 2008: results are posted on Cool-running.com
August 26, 2007: results are posted on Cool-running.com
Local elite runner, Suzanne LaBurt, shares her memories of running with Coach Dick Wilson. Click here.
The Ramble Scramble kid's races start at 10 on the track under the able direction of Monroe-Woodbury Section 9 championship coaches and the high school cross country teams.