There was a nice turnout this afternoon for the pair of Frostbite races in Fletcher. The sun was shining and the temperature wasn’t too bad, except when the wind was blowing. As usual it was a well-organized event. I ran the 10k (which I’ve run each year since the 10k was introduced to the Frostbite in 2011). My only complaint is that the course is short. It was short last year also, but I believe it was shorter this year. When I completed the post-race survey last year I basically said “great race, but it was about 6 miles flat.” Today I had 5.92 miles by my Garmin. I’ve received feedback from a handful of runners and expect more to come in over the next day or so. I feel confident in stating that this was, in fact, a 9.5K. PRs for everyone, unless you’ve run a 9.5K before and did better. We have to get this fixed in 2014.
Congratulations to Chris Dietrich of Eatonton, GA as first male and to Suzanne Hutchins of Gastonia, NC as first female.
Click here for age groups. Following are overall results, courtesy of Right on Time Productions.
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