That's it for the mileage for this year. Happy New year to all, and best of wishes for the New Year to you and yours.....
Not much to report here. It was cold and dark at Sugarhouse park. It
appeared that there were 200 to 250 runners that showed up to run the
3.1 miles in 9 degree weather. At least it wasn't snowing. This is
pretty much a fun run, and I had fun running it. They don't break it
down to division winners, just first place male and female. I did it in
22:25 which equates to a 7.1 min. per mile average. I'm very happy with
my performance and time at this fun run.
I rode up to the race
with John (Jrun2.0) and we met up with several runners that we seem to
meet there every new years eve. The race started pretty much on time,
and it seemed like the bulk of he runners finished under 40 minutes. The
others the drove the course and chipped their cold frozen bodies off
the ice covered black top. Anyway, at the end of the race the organizers
handed out really neat wooden lazed engraved finisher plaques and sent