January 24th, 2015



2015


The 2015 Irving Woodlands 100 and Mad Bomber 30 is a go!! Mark your calenders for the weekend of January 24th! $5,000 purse for the 100 with a $150 entry fee and $2,500 for the 30 with $100 entry fee. Sign up deadline is January 1st. Forms can be downloaded below.

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2013 - 100 Mile

Place Name Leg 1 Leg 2 Total Time
1 Sylvain Robillard 3:20:45 4:02:19 7:23:04
2 Martin Massicotte 3:29:28 3:55:22 7:24:50
3 Andre Longchamps 3:26:20 4:08:56 7:35:16
4 Mario Racine 3:42:06 4:16:31 7:58:37
5 Jay Foucher 3:51:48 5:20:49 9:12:37
6 Kasey McCarty 4:18:18 5:45:59 10:04:17
7 Gino Roussel 4:15:16 5:52:44 10:08:00
8 Becki Tucker 4:25:53 5:48:51 10:14:44
9 Spencer Thew 4:37:55 7:50:02 12:27:57

2013 - 30 Mile

Place Name Total Time
1 Rico Portalatin 2:07:34
2 Amy Dionne 2:08:13
3 Amelie Aubut 2:12:15
4 Ashley Patterson 2:16:21
5 Manon Moore 2:19:16
6 Holly Dionne 2:21:58
7 Jessica Holmes 2:38:24
8 Mark Patterson 2:39:24
9 Sydney Plante 2:56:46
10 Carol Durant 3:43:15
11 DeAnn Watson 3:46:02

2012 - 100 Mile

Place Name Leg 1 Leg 2 Total Time
1 Denis Tremblay 4:32:00 4:30:00 9:02:00
2 Rene Marchildon 4:40:00 4:24:00 9:04:00
3 Martin Massicotte 4:45:00 5:07:00 9:52:00
4 Andre Longchamps 4:59:00 5:05:00 10:04:00
5 Seppe Maes 5:00:00 5:06:15 10:06:15
6 Eli Golton 4:59:00 5:07:40 10:06:40
7 Mario Racine 5:02:00 5:15:00 10:17:00
8 Julie Albert 5:08:00 5:13:55 10:21:55
9 Jaye Foucher 5:17:00 5:18:00 10:35:00
10 Larry Murphy 5:20:00 5:20:59 10:40:59
11 Kasey McCarty 5:30:00 5:57:23 11:27:23
Spencer Thew 7:31:00 DNF

2012 - 30 Mile

Place Name Total Time
1 Rico Portalatin 2:07:01
2 Kathy MacKay 2:15:14
3 Amy Dionne 2:17:41
4 Jake Golton 2:22:34
5 Amelie Abut 2:24:14
6 Maria Gaffney 2:37:36
7 Christine Richardson 2:39:00
8 Holly Dionne 2:40:45
9 Etienne Bernier 2:41:10
10 Kevin Quist 2:51:49
11 Lindy Howe 2:55:46
12 John Kaleta 2:59:55
13 Becky Tucker 3:04:23
14 Bethany Van Gorder 3:11:47
15 David Punch 3:18:44
16 Diane Le Clerc 3:20:24
17 Shane Buzzel 3:29:20
18 Katherine Langlais 3:36:03
19 Sullivan Abbott 4:34:33

2010 - 100 Mile

Place Name Leg 1 Leg 2 Total Time
1 Sylvain Robillard 5:08:10 5:28:56 10:37:06
2 Martin Massicotte 5:25:09 5:27:11 10:52:20
3 Andre Longchamps 5:24:51 5:35:34 11:00:25
4 Denis Tremblay 5:52:43 5:11:20 11:04:03
5 Claude Baril 5:45:34 5:26:27 11:12:01
6 Al Borak 5:53:38 5:19:30 11:13:08
7 Adam Cummings 6:04:55 5:39:46 11:44:41
8 Christine Richardson 5:55:20 5:50:10 11:45:30
9 Matt Carstens 6:34:56 5:10:49 11:45:45
10 Mitch Ingerson 6:21:03 5:47:31 12:08:34
11 Bob O'Hearn 6:26:17 6:17:58 12:44:15
12 Jaye Foucher 6:43:58 6:21:50 13:05:48
13 Kevin Quist 6:33:28 7:46:04 14:19:32
14 Lindy Howe 6:35:24 8:18:00 14:53:24
Kim Darst 6:49:32 DNF DNF

2010 - 30 Mile

Place Name Total Time
1 Rico Portalatin 2:36:01
2 Linda Simard 2:47:18
3 Julie Albert 2:48:19
4 Amelie Aubut 2:50:36
5 James Wheeler 2:56:03
6 Gino Roussel 3:27:12
7 Scott Alexander 3:31:53
8 Larry Murphy 3:36:13
9 Sullivan Abbott 3:43:02
10 Corina Alexander 3:43:06
11 Amy Dionne 3:43:08
12 Shannon Herbert 3:47:22
13 Dennis Cyr 3:54:31
14 Rob Cooke 3:55:45

2009 - 100 Mile

Place Name Leg 1 Leg 2 Total Time
1 Martin Massicotte 4:42 4:40 9:22
2 Jeff Beril 4:34 4:58 9:32
3 Sylvain Robillard 4:32 5:01 9:33
4 Andy Benkendorf 5:06 5:21 10:27
5 Adam Cummings 5:13 5:22 10:35
6 Kathy Lesinsky 5:15 5:25 10:40
7 Larry Murphy 5:30 5:20 10:50
8 Andre Longchamps 5:25 5:37 11:02
9 Lindy Howe 6:16 6:26 12:42

2009 - 30 Mile

Coming Soon.

2008 - 100 Mile

Coming Soon.

2007 - 100 Mile

Coming Soon.

2006 - 100 Mile

Place Name Total Time
1 Matt Carstens 12:22:15
2 Stephane Duplessis 12:50:50
3 Andre Longchamps 13:08:50
4 Martin Massicotte 13:09:42
5 Amelie Aubut 13:21:11
6 Mitch Ingerson 13:46:00
7 Lev Shvarts 15:08:57
8 Bob O'Hearn 15:09:56
9 Sue Ellis 15:22:09
10 Dennis Cyr 15:59:02
11 Kim Darst 17:02:00
12 Dustin Taylor 18:40:40
Larry Murphy DNF
Ron Brigham DNF
Clayton Doubleday DNF

2005 - 100 Mile

Place Name Total Time
1 Boyd Wilson 13:04:35
2 Stephane Duplessis 13:15:40
3 Bruce Linton 15:13:31
4 Colin Sainsbury 15:13:45
5 Larry Murphy 15:17:50
6 Ken Golton 15:18:30
7 Alan Ricaulton 15:23:17
8 Christine Richardson 15:26:05
9 Mitch Ingerson 15:30:30
10 Paul Huska 15:36:30
11 Stan Morgan 15:43:25
12 Sue Ellis 18:19:25
13 Ron Brigham 18:20:15
14 Matt Carstens 18:22:40
15 Mary Wolf 18:28:05
Dennis Cyr DNF

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Directions to Eagle Lake, Maine


From Southern New England:

take I-95 Maine north to the Smyrna/Oakfield exit #286 (107 miles North of Bangor), then take Route 212 west to Route 11 (12 miles). Then take Route 11 north to Eagle Lake (66 miles). You may also take I-95 north to Houlton, then U.S. Route 1 to Presque Isle.  Then take Route 163 west through Mapleton to Ashland (20 miles) and Route 11.  Take Route 11 north to Eagle Lake (35 Miles).


From Montreal:

take the trans-Canada east 420 Km and Take exit 488 for RTE-289 S to St. Alexandre-de-Kamouraska, Quebec, and south into New Brunswick where Rte-289 turns HWY-120, turn right at HWY-205 into to the border town of Clair, N.B. (110 Km) and across the bridge through customs to Fort Kent, Maine. Then take Route 11 south to Eagle Lake (16 miles).


From the Maritime Provinces:

take the trans-Canada west to Edmundston, N.B. (210Km) Cross the border to Madawaska, Maine. Then take U.S. Route 1 north to Fort Kent (19 miles) and Route 11 to Eagle Lake (16 miles).


Nearby Lodging Establishments


Eagle Lake

Fort Kent

Portage Lake

  • Dean's Motor Lodge 207.435.3701

Clair, New Brunswick

  • Big M Motel 506.992.3440
  • The Maple Leaf 506.992.2120





  • Eagle Lake, Maine
  • 207.898.3038


Mission:

It is the Eagle Lake Race Committee's Mission to provide an early season middle distance race that is safe for both dog and driver and of professional caliper. It is our intent that experienced drivers will find the race challenging and competitive and novice drivers will gain the experience of an extended race that includes a checkpoint and layover. It is also our mission to promote the St. John Valley as an adventure tourism and scenic destination.