Racers are off! At Canada del Buey trail in White Rock. Courtesy photo
The weekly Pace Race was very competitive Tuesday night on the Canada del Buey trail in White Rock.
Jayson Jones was the best predictor on the one mile course with an adjusted error of 3.15 seconds. Second was Tamryn Jones with a prediction adjusted error of 4.26 seconds followed by Jackie Peckham with an adjusted error of 5.7 seconds.
Only .55 seconds separated first and second place on the three mile course. Nikol Strother was both the fastest runner on the three mile course with a time of 20:19.64 seconds and a prediction error of 7.64 seconds. Monica Cook was the second best predictor with an error of 8.19 seconds followed by Roxana Candia with an error of 9 seconds.
The June 2 Pace Race will begin at 6 p.m. at the corner of Barranca and Navajo Roads on Barranca Mesa.
There will be one and three mile courses on pavement and two and four mile courses on the Deer Trap Mesa. The 4.13 trail runners will enjoy Craig Martin and the Youth Conservation Corps recent addition Deer Trap Mesa Trails. Read about them at: http://www.losalamosnm.us/
The 4.13 mile loop is made by extending the middle mesa out to the power lines and this year both the 2 and 4.13 courses will run counter-clockwise. See last year’s map at: http://www.usatf.org/routes/
The two-mile trail runners will take the south fork of the trail.
The one-mile paved course will be around the Navajo Road, Los Pueblos Road, Barranca Road loop.
The three-mile pave course will go down Navajo Road, east on Los Pueblos, back on Los Pueblos to Barranca Road and to the finish at Barranca and Navajo Roads. See: http://www.usatf.org/routes/
Direct questions to David Kratzer at 505.412.2558.