For Tuesday’s pace race, Laura McClellan and Heather Hughes predicted well and were only 6 seconds off for their predictions, adjusted to 3 miles, at Tuesday’s pace race. Chris Michel was 8 seconds off and Laura Woodroffe was 10 seconds off.
There were 27 people who competed in the weekly Tuesday pace race in nice weather. The course was a fairly-flat 1-mile paved-loop mainly on Estante Way in Pajarito Acres. One could run any number of loops but with a requested time of 45 minutes or less. All distances from 1 to 6 miles were done.
The fastest for 1 mile were Billy Strothers (10:40), Anders Medin (10:41), and Zach Medin (10:42). For 2 miles, the fastest were Sonja Behnke did 20:48 and Brian Newman did 23:02. The faster 3 milers were Roxana Candia (21:31) and Chris Michel (29:52).
For 4 miles, David Kratzer did 39:18, Mark Bjorklund did 39:42, and Katie Gattiker did 43:14. For 5 miles, Ted Romero did 39:14 and Jesse Woodroffe did 40:30. For 6 miles, Laura Woodroffe did 45:19 and Tad Hughes did 47:43.
The best differences between actual and predicted times in seconds, adjusted to 3 miles, were Bob Weeks (66) and Jackie Marr (108) for 1 mile, Heather Hughes (6) and Brian Newman (273) for 2 miles, Chris Michel (8) and Roxana Candia (51) for 3 miles, Laura McClellan (6) and David Kratzer (32) for 4 miles, Ted Romero (28) for 5 miles, and Laura Woodroffe (10) for 6 miles.
Next Tuesday’s Pace Race will be the the Power Line run and will start 3.2 miles south of the SR4 and Pajarito Road light. For more information, please call 672.1639 or visit the Atomic City Roadrunner’s website: atomicrunners.com.