Runners and walkers round the corner for the Tuesday evening New Pipeline Gutbuster Pace Race. Courtesy photo
The New Pipeline Gutbuster Pace Race Tuesday evening drew 32 runners and walkers. Courtesy photo
Perfect running weather greeted 32 runners and walkers for the Tuesday evening New Pipeline Gutbuster Pace Race. The 1 and 3.2 mile courses were on steep terrain in the Quemazon and Pipeline Road areas. All errors from predicted times to actual times were adjusted to a 3 mile distance.
Several good predictions were made, all by those who ran the long course. The best predictor was Lorraine Maness with a 7 second error followed by Jesse Woodruffe, 9 seconds, Laura Woodruffe, 10 seconds, and Ryan Smeltzer, 11 seconds.
Fasted female and male on the 1 mile course were Mariela Saenz (10:53) and Jack Ammerman (11:26). Fastest male and female on the 3.2 mile course were Valerio Pinchetti (27:30) and Nikol Strother
Next week’s race will start and finish across from LANL’s TA-16 (S-Site) on N.M. 502. One and three miles courses on trail and on pavement will be available. For more information call 505.672.1639 or
visit atomicrunners.com on the Internet.