Ted Romero was the best predictor in the weekly pace Tuesday on the Bridge Loop on the trails behind the Aquatic Center with a 7 second differential in his prediction.
Other accurate predictors were Ryan Smeltzer at 18 seconds off, Aaron Jackson with a 18 second difference as well as the best finisher in the 3 mile race at 24:03, Adam Stainer at 30 seconds off, and Chris Michel recording a 56 second differential.
On the 1 mile road course, William Strother, 9, was the top finisher with a time of 8:51 and his sister Savanna Strother, 11, was the first female at 9:02.
Evan Vincent, 14, was the first finisher on the 1 mile trail course with a 9:06 and his sister Ellie Vincent, 11, had a 9:08 for best female finisher.
On the 3 mile course, Lynn Bjorklund recorded a 28:03 for first female.
Next week’s race is on the Canyon Rim Trail starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the trailhead across from the Co-operative Market on East Road (State Route # 502). It will the last pace race of the 2018 season. 1, 1.5, 2 and 3 mile courses will be available.