Aurea Rojas Is Best Predictor In Weekly Pace Race

Runners gather Tuesday for the ACRR weekly pace race on Range Road by Guaje Pines Cemetery. Courtesy/ACRR

ACRR News:

Aurea Rojas was the top predictor in the Atomic City Road Runners (ACRR) weekly pace held Tuesday on Range Road by Guaje Pines Cemetery. She was 7 seconds off her predicted time.

Other accurate predictors: 

  • Matthew Kerr with a 9 second differential as well as the fastest finisher on the 3 mile trail course at 22:58;
  • Felix Candia at 15 seconds off and the best finisher on the 3 mile paved course with a time of 34:45;
  • Cliff Stanley with a 33 second difference; and
  • Priscila Rosa at 36 seconds off and also the top female finisher on the 3 mile trail distance recording a 29:51.

Adrian Medin, 10, was the best finisher on the 1 mile course at 7:39 and Anna Ferenbaugh, 12, was the first female with a time of 9:34.

Next week’s race is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, on the Power Line Trail, which is approximately 3.1 miles from the junction of Pajarito Road and N.M. 4 in White Rock and heading west on N.M. 4 toward the Bandelier National Monument entrance on the left OR approximately 10.1 miles after taking a left from the junction of West Jemez Road (N.M. 501) and N.M. 4 (The Back Gate) and heading east on N.M. 4 past Bandelier National Monument entrance on the right. 

1 and 3 mile trail runs will be available.

For more information, call 505.672.1639 or visit Website.

Runners gather Tuesday for the ACRR weekly pace race on Range Road by Guaje Pines Cemetery. Courtesy/ACRR

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