DMSE on the Move

2014 TABOR ACADEMY COMMENCEMENT SPEECH

By: Dave McGillivray
Date: June 1, 2014
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Road Race Management - Race Director Tip - "Judge Yourself"

By: Dave McGillivray
Source: Road Race Management
Date: February 12, 2013
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DMSE has another busy August

Date: August 30, 2012
DMSE Sports had another busy August managing three major running events in New England - the TD Beach to Beacon, the New Balance Falmouth Road Race and Camp Harbor View Harborthon 5K.
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Facing 85-degree heat, a dead skunk in the road and a busy schedule that prevented him from training, McGillivray pushed through to complete his annual 58-mile birthday run.
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Ethos Challenge

By: Beryl Wolfe
Source: Wolfe News Wire
Date: June 27, 2012
DMSE recently sent a small (and lucky!) team to sunny southern California to directthe Ethos Challenge in Temecula, located 50 miles east of San Diego.
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DMSE Presentation: Developing Contingency Plans

By: Beryl Wolfe
Source: Wolfe News Wire
Date: June 27, 2012
DMSE Sports is always prepared - for anything. Here is a presentation they make to other road race managers re: developing contingency plans. A fun read if not downright helpful.
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Runner's World profiles Dave McGillivray as the "Boston Wrangler"

By: Steve Rushin
Source: Runner's World
Date: April 18, 2012
THE BOSTON WRANGLER If you were the man responsible for nearly every detail of the world's most famous marathon, what would you do when the race is over? (Take a nap, maybe?) If you're Dave McGillivray, you'd go run 26.2 miles. (Click title of article to read more)

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