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Dr. Silberman won the Patriot Family 5km in Bridgewater on June 15.
Dr. Silberman won the Freedom House 5km in Bridgewater on May 11.
Dr. Silberman received an invitation to run in the NYRR Brooklyn Half Marathon.
Dr. Silberman has been invited to speak at the Annual AMSSM Conference in Texas.
Running camp in Costa Rica was a success with over 60 miles of running on mountainous trails.
Running training camp in Herradura, Costa Rica at Los Suenos Marriott scheduled for December
23 to January 1.
Dr. Silberman placed 3rd overall in the Valerie Fund 5km on June 9.
Dr. Silberman won the Nemacolin Woodlands 5km Memorial Weekend.
Dr. Silberman spoke on Road Bicycling at the 2018 Annual AMSSM Sports Medicine Conference
Dr. Silberman ran a personal best and qualified for the Boston Marathon with a time of 3:00:27 at
the Myrtle Beach Marathon on March 3, placing 17th overall and 3rd in his age group.
Dr. Silberman met the qualifying time standard for guaranteed entry into the TSC NYC Marathon
with his run in the Fred Lebow Manhattan Half in January.
Dr. Silberman has been awarded the title All American by USA Triathlon for the 2017 Season.
Dr. Silberman has been invited to speak on Road Bicycling at the 2018 Annual AMSSM Sports
Medicine Conference in Orlando in April.
Dr. Silberman placed third overall at the 31st Annual Skylands Triathlon at Spruce Run, NJ.
Dr. Silberman placed third overall at the Pass It Along Triathlon in Sparta, NJ.
Dr. Silberman placed third overall at the Tri Mountain Lake Triathlon in Liberty, NJ.
Dr. Silberman placed first in his age group at the 2XU White Mountain Triathlon in Franconia,
Dr. Silberman placed first in his age group at the Jersey Man Half Lite Triathlon.
Dr. Silberman placed first in his age group and 5th overall at the Iberoamerican Championships in
Dr. Silberman has been accepted and joined the staff at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
Dr. Silberman has been awarded the title All American by USA Triathlon for the 2016 season.
Dr. Silberman spent December 21st in Connecticut exchanging ideas with Dr. Paul Tortland, of
Valley Sports Physicians and Orthopedic Medicine, a national leader in Regenerative Medicine.
Dr. Silberman placed 3rd in his age group and 15th overall at NYRR's Race to Deliver on
Dr. Silberman placed 1st in his age group at the Princeton Half Marathon on November 6.
Dr. Silberman placed 6th overall at the Halloween Half in Morristown on October 16 and met the
qualifying standard for guaranteed entry into the NYC Marathon.
Dr. Silberman placed 4th overall in the Skylands Olympic Triathlon at Spruce Run, September 18.
Dr. Silberman placed 5th overall in the Olympic Triathlon at the Jersey City Tri on August 21.
Dr. Silberman placed 2nd overall at the Tri Mountain Triathlon in Liberty, NJ on July 16.
Dr. Silberman presented It's Not All Shin Splints at the ANJC Physical Rehab and Performance
Council's sports series on April 19, 2016 in Morristown.
Dr. Silberman presented Performance Testing in Cycling on March 3 in Morristown at Atlantic
Health Sports Medicine sponsored by High Gear Cyclery.
Dr. Silberman discussed Stress Fractures on January 28 at a conference at Ridge High School
addressing the current epidemic of overuse injuries seen in High School athletes.
Dr. Silberman's chapter on Road Cycling was accepted for the upcoming Netter's Sports
Medicine textbook, 2nd edition.
Dr. Silberman won the PanCan Purple Stride 5km in Parsippany on November 8.
Dr. Silberman's 2013 article Bicycling Injuries in Current Sports Medicine Reports was
plagiarized verbatim by the Team Physician of a European Continental Cycling Team in chapter of
a book published by Springer, entitled The Expert View On Bicycling Injuries.
Dr. Silberman has been invited again to author the chapter on bicycling injuries in the upcoming
2nd edition of Netter's Sports Medicine textbook.
Dr. Silberman placed 13th overall and 2nd in his age group in the NYRR 10km Spring Meltdown
on March 29.
Dr. Silberman placed 30th overall in the NYRR Fred Lebow Half Marathon in Central Park on
January 25 and met the qualifying standard for automatic entry into the 2016 NYC Marathon and
the qualifying time standard for automatic entry into the 2016 NYC Half Marathon.
Dr. Silberman presented: 'The Multisport Athlete: Risks, Injury, and Prevention' at the Atlantic
Health Sports Medicine Lecture Series on January 26.
Dr. Silberman placed 2nd in his age group at the NYRR Joe Kleinerman 10km on January 10.
Dr. Silberman earned the title of All American by USA Triathlon for the 2014 Season.
Dr. Silberman has been certified with the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography
(ARDMS), the globally recognized standard of excellence in sonography, in the speciality of
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound after passing the examination in October with a score of 642 out of
Dr. Silberman has been hired as the Plainfield High School football team physician.
Dr. Silberman scored among the top in passing the Sports Medicine recertification board
examination in July.
Dr. Silberman won the Anthracite Olympic Triathlon in Jim Thorpe, PA on July 20th.
Dr. Silberman placed 3rd in his age group at the NYRR Run as One Four Miler (PR) in April and
NYRR Gridiron Four Miler in February.
Dr. Silberman placed 7th overall at the NYRR Spring Meltdown 15km Club Race in March.
Dr. Silberman presented Common Cycling Injuries at the Atlantic Health Sports Medicine Lecture
Series on November 25, 2013.
Dr. Silberman's article Bicycling Injuries was published in Current Sports Medicine Reports
September/October 2013 - Volume 12, Issue 5.
Dr. Silberman placed 2nd overall in the HITS North Country Full Aquavelo in Hague, NY (Lake
George) on June 29.
Dr. Silberman was the 3rd Overall male swimmer in th 2.4mile Lap the Lake swim in Wycoff on
June 8 and the 3rd Overall runner in the 10km Woodcliff Lake Run for Education on June 9.
Dr.Silberman won the Jersey Man Aquavelo May 18.
Dr. Silberman met the qualify standard (BQ10) for the 2014 Boston Marathon at the Bi-Lo Myrtle
Beach Marathon February 16.
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