I was out of town and missed the race, however my good friend and correspondent Victor Dostrow provided a report in my absence.
So, the weather looked kind of ominous, but the race Gods smiled, and the rain held off. Aside from a bit of humidity, it was a great day to run. As usual, the race was well organized, with a particularly seamless packet pickup. The special recognitions for women racing are a nice touch in advance of Mother’s Day. The Ramble is a great venue for a race: I quite like the greenway portion. And, inevitably, the mile 5 hill and the last hill seemed rather steeper going up than they did going down. Despite that, a PR for me. Congratulations to Ryan Woods as first male and Mina Thortenson as first female. And, an additional Special Correspondent nod to Gary Curran, first Masters male.
Following are overall results, courtesy of Right on Time Productions.
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