2012 TURKEY TROT HELD AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL THIS PAST SUNDAY
Approximately 220 participants ran/walked either the CROP/Turkey Trot 2.57 mile or 1.6 mile shortened variation of the longer course on Sunday, the 18th of November, 2012. Turkeys and pumpkin pies were awarded via random drawing after the run. All donations collected will be utilized by the CROP and LA Cares charitable organizations to help the needy.
Stated below are the top 25 finishers in the 2.57 mile event with their appropriate times:
1. Ted Romero 15:51
2. Josh Colman 16:03
3. Duncan Fuehne 17:32
4. Marin Kelly 18:48
5. Wyatt Watson 18:58
6. Ben Rees 19:20
7. Andreas Runde 19:23
8. Vikki Saja 19:51
9. Paul Bradley 19:57
10. Zack Medin 19:58
11. Roxanna Candia 19:59
12. Will Dearholt 20:26
13. Laura McCellan 21:07
14. Quinn Abfalterer 21:35
15. Kai Coblantz 21:36
16. Theodore Peterson 22:01
17. Carson Dickson 22:22
18. Chris Bernstein 22:41
19. Amy Regan 22:43
20. Mary Nea 23:02
21. Christy Kelly 23:03
22. John Ullman 23:08
23. Rory Cooley 23:18
24. Erin Burr 23:22
25. Katie Gattiker 23:39submitted by: Ted Williams
THE BEST TIME PREDICTORS FOR THE 2012 PACE RACE SEASON
The best time predictors for the 2012 Atomic City Road Runners Club race season (the top 5 predictors are recognized from their 10 best run predictions where the delta time totals added up to the lowest amount in seconds as compared with all the other Club members utilizing the same format. Delta time being the difference in seconds between the participant's stated predicted time for a run and the actual recorded time for that run. The winners were awarded cash prizes):
1. David Kratzer-196 seconds off
2. Ted Romero-240 seconds off
3. Alexander Romero-335 seconds off
4. Katie Gattiker-369 seconds off
5. Roy Cope-396 seconds offSubmitted by: Ted Williams
CANDIA IS BEST PREDICTOR AND TOP 3 MILE FINISHER
Roxana Candia was the top predictor at 7 seconds off her predicted time and was the first finisher on the 3 mile course at 23:08.
Participants were given the option to run 1 mile, 1.5 miles, 2 miles, and 3 miles on the Canyon Rim Trail for the last pace race of the season.
Other accurate predictors were: Duane Marr at 12 seconds off, David Kratzer with a 19 second differential, and Zach Medin recording 21 seconds off his predicted time.
The top finishers for each of the other distances were: Marin Kelly with a 8:07 for the 1 mile, Jackie Marr coming in at 19:31 for the 1.5 mile distance, and Christie Kelly tops for the 2 miles at 20:28.
The Road Runners Club will co-sponsor the Annual Turkey Trot to be held on Sunday, 11-18 at the Middle School.submitted by race director: Ted Williams
MARIN KELLY IS BEST PREDICTOR AND TOP 1 MILE FINISHER
Pace Race runners beat the rain.
19 runners at this week's Pace Race followed a 1-mile loop or a 3-mile course containing 3 loops. The last finisher came in just as the rain started. The best prediction by far was an adjusted error of 9 seconds by 11-year old Marin Kelly. She was also the first finisher on the 1-mile loop at 8:32; best male finisher on the 1-mile was Bob Weeks at 12:58. The two best finishers on the 3-mile course were Roxana Candia (23:18) and Zach Medin (24:17). They were followed by David Kratzer who had the best 3-mile prediction at 23 seconds off.
Next week's race is the last of the regular season, on the Canyon Rim Trail starting at the trail head parking lot across from the Co-operative Market on East Road (Route # 502). Because the trail is marked every quarter of a mile, runners will have more distance options than the usual 1 or 3 mile courses.submitted by race director: Georgia Pedicini
KINKEAD AND KLUEGEL TIE FOR BEST PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
There was a tie for the best predictor of the figure 8 race XC through the canyons near the round-about at twilight time. Sue Kinkead and Lynn Kluegel both were 66 secs off their times, and Georgia Pedicini was a close second with 69 secs off the time.
Winners of the 1 mile were Georgia Pedicini, 14:32 and Roy Cope, 18:53. The 3 miles, Ted Romero, 24:12 and Nikol Strother with 24:17.
Everyone earned lollipops for their efforts on this difficult course.
Next pace race: Big Rock Loop at 1279 San Ildefonso Road on North Mesa on Tuesday, 9-25-2012 at 6:00 PM.submitted by race directors: Jackie and Duane Marr
BJORKLUND HAS BEST PREDICTION IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
Twenty-seven runners and walkers enjoyed a cool evening for the one mile and three mile courses which had everyone climb up through the Quemazon subdivision. The one milers looped back around to the bottom of Quemazon Road while the three milers headed off onto the Perimeter Trail for a while and then headed down Pipeline Road back to the bottom of Quemazon Road. All finishers were treated to cool watermelon.
On the short course, Felix Candia had the best prediction only being off by 39 seconds (normalized to the three mile course), followed by Tom Stanford who was 42 seconds off his prediction and Tom was the first finisher on the one mile course in a time of 11:34. Jackie Marr was the third best predictor at 48 seconds off her prediction.
For the long course, which was actually 2.87 miles long, Lynn Bjorklund had the best prediction of 17 seconds off, followed by Zach Medin and Matt Fair who were 28 and 47 seconds off their predictions. Niki Strother and Ted Romero were the first finishers with a time of 24:18.
Next Tuesday night's pace race (9-18-2012) begins at 6:00 pm at the roundabout at the intersection of Diamond Drive and San Ildefonso roads.submitted by race director: David Kratzer
CLIFFORD IS TOPS IN PREDICTION AT WEEKLY PACE RACE
James Clifford only 6 seconds off for 3 miles at Tuesday's pace race and Bob Weeks was 9 seconds off, adjusted for the 1 mile course.
There were many good predictions in the weekly Tuesday pace race in Pajarito Acres. There were 28 people who competed. The course was a fairly-flat 1-mile paved-loop mainly on Estante Way.
One could run any number of loops but with a requested predicted time of 45 minutes or less. All distances from 1 to 5 miles were done. Most did 1 or 3 miles.
The fastest for 1 mile were Duncan Fuehne (6:49), Sue Kinkead and Lynn Kluegel (both 13:43). The faster 3-mile runners were Roxana Candia (23:47) and Zach Medin (23:48). Nikol Strother and Ted Romero both did 5 miles in 37:13.
The differences between predicted and actual times were adjusted by distance to 3 miles. The better predictors (with their distances and adjusted delta times, in seconds) were James Clifford (3 mi, 6 s), Bob Weeks (1, 9), Zach Medin (3, 12), Roxana Candia (3,17), David Kratzer (5, 17), Inez Ross (1, 24), Roy Cope (1, 30), Duncan Fuehne (1, 33), and Karen Thorn (4,33).
Next Tuesday's Pace Race (Tuesday/9-11-2012@6:00 PM) will start near 4710 Quemazon off North Road.submitted by race director: Bob Reedy
FUEHNE IS THE BEST PREDICTOR IN LOLLIPOP RUN
37 runners showed up to the SanDeFonso Playlot Lollipop Race for a warm evening of road racing.
It was a simple out and back course and everyone earned lollipops for their efforts.
Nathan Burnside was the first person with a time of 7:14 on the 1 mile course and we had a tie for the first women at 8:48, Paulina Burnside and Melina Burnside.
On the 3 mile course, Ted Romero ran 20:16 for first and Lynn Bjorklund at 22:40 was the first woman.
Duncan Fuehne was the best predictor with only a 1 sec error on the 3 miles. David Kratzer was second best predictor with an error of only 9 secs. And, Katie Gattiker was 14 secs off to make these 3 runners the best predictors on these running courses.
Next week, the pace race will be in White Rock in Pajarito Acres at Estante Way via Monte Ray S off State Route # 4, bear right on to Potrillo, then take a right at the 2nd Estante Way junction with Potrillo and the race start is just down the road. (There are two Estante Way junctions on Potrillo since Estante Way is a loop with Potrillo forming part of the loop between the two Estante Way junctions).submitted by race directors: Jackie and Duane Marr
CANDIA HAS A PERFECT PREDICTION
Roxana Candia was perfect in her prediction/finish of 23:30 and was also the fastest female on the 3 mile course which was held in the La Senda area of White Rock.
Ted Romero was the top male runner in the 3 mile race at 19:47 and had an excellent prediction of 8 seconds off.
Other noted predictors were: Matt Fair at 9 seconds off; Steve Shook with a 12 second differential; Katie Gattiker at 26 seconds off; and Tom Sandford recording a 33 second delta.
On the 1 mile course Sue Kinkead was the top female finisher at 10:28 and Bob Westervelt was the fastest male with a time of 11:29.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, August 28th at 6:00 PM on Barranca Mesa at the corner of San Ildefonso Road and Barranca Road across from the playground.submitted by race director: Ted Williams
MARR IS TOP PREDICTOR IN "RUN WITH A VIEW" COURSE
31 participants in Tuesday evenings's pace race had their choice of two different courses. A difficult and challenging course on the old wagon road in the hills overlooking S-site, or a smooth paved course along route 501.
Best predictors on the one mile course.
Duane Marr error adjusted for three miles, 3 seconds
Joan Williams error adjusted for three miles, 27 seconds
Jackie Marr error adjusted for three miles, 87 seconds
Fastest runner Duncan Fuehne 7:28
Best predictors on the three mile course
Roxana Candia 59 seconds
Katie Gattiker 79 seconds
Ted Williams 103 seconds
Fastest runner Ted Romero 25:05
Pace races are held every Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm.
Next week's pace race will be held on Tuesday, 8-21-2012 at 6:00 PM at Pinon (Rocket) Park across from Smith's on Sherwood Boulevard in White Rock.submitted by race director: Roy Cope
LEONARD IS TOP PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
Erik Leonard was the fastest for the 1-mile predict-your-time pace race in 8:14 and was only 1 second off his prediction.
A total of 41 people did the weekly Tuesday pace races, which were held on paved roads in Pajarito Acres under cloudy skies.
For the 1 mile course, the fastest female runner was Michelle Jones (9:39). The best female predictors were Inez Ross (10 s off her prediction), Darby Kellum and D J Kliesen (both 13 s). Zach Leonard did the 1 mile run in 8:16, and Morgan Jones did 10:47.
For the 2.8 mile course, the fastest runners were Ted Romero (19:59) and Madison Foley (22:23). The next faster runners were Dan and John Rees (22:06 & 22:22) and Roxana Condia (22:38). The best predictors were Daren Jones (6 s), Ted Romero (7 s), and Katie Gattiker (12 s).
Next Tuesday's Pace Race will be "The Run with a View" and will start on West Jemez Road (State Road 501) near S-Site and the water tanks, about 0.7 miles from the back gate.submitted by race director: Bob Reedy
VARGAS IS TOP PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
Lisabeth Alfaro Vargas was the top predictor in the weekly pace race at 6 seconds off her predicted time. The run started at Fireman Park at the junction of 45th Street and Arizona Avenue and ran through the Western Area including the Perimeter Trail.
Other top predictors were Bob Westervelt with a 18 second differential, Katie Gattiker recording 51 seconds off and Ted Romero 67 seconds off his estimate.
On the 1 mile course Daniel Romero was the first male at 5:27 and Isolina Viloma was the top female with a time of 9:04.
Alexander Romero came in at 21:12 for the best male time in the 3 mile run and Emily Pittman was first in the female category at 24:53.
Next week's race will be held in White Rock on Acoma Lane off Monte Rey South in Pajarito Acres on Tuesday, August 7th at 6:00 PM.submitted by race director: Nathan Romero
KINKEAD AND KLUEGEL TIE FOR BEST PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
6 pace race participants tied for 3 different top delta times in this week's race held on American Springs Road up in the Jemez Mountains.
Sue Kinkead and Lynn Kluegel tied for best prediction at 24 seconds off their predicted time. Dara McKinney and Christie Kelly each had a 28 second differential and Katie Gattiker and Bob Edgar both came in at 33 seconds off.
Daniel Romero was the fastest male finisher on the 1 mile course at 6:24. Holly Trellue was the top female with a time of 12:39.
On the 3 mile course Orion Staples finished as the first male at 18:55 and Elinque Turner with a time of 23:00 was the fastest female.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, July 31st at 6:00 PM and will start at the Mitchell Trailhead by Fireman's Park near the junction of Arizona Street and 45th Street.submitted by race directors: Jennifer Reglien and Bob Weeks
DUANE MARR IS TOP PREDICTOR
Twenty five runners took advantage of cloudy weather to compete for best time predictions on the one and three mile Turkey Trot pace race courses in Bayo Canyon and on North Mesa Tuesday night.
Surprisingly, all but two runners completed the 3 mile distance in less time than they predicted.
The three best predictors were: Duane Marr, 15 second error; Alexander Romero, 18 second error; and Ted Romero, 30 second error.
Fastest male and female runners on the one mile course were Erik Leonard , 9:15, and Georgia Pedicini, 16:02, while on the 3 mile course the fastest duo were Daniel Romero, 19:38 and Emily Pittman, 22:41.
Next Tuesday's pace race (7/24/12) will be at 6:00 p.m., on the American Springs Road, approximately 1.5 miles west on State Road 4 up in the Jemez Mountains from the Back Gate at the junction of State Route # 501 (West Jemez Road) and State Route # 4.submitted by race directors: Christie Kelly and Tom Sandford
DARLA THOMPSON IS TOP PREDICTOR IN "STAGGERED START" PACE RACE
Darla Thompson had an almost perfect prediction in Tuesday's pace race.
The annual staggered-start pace-race/fun-run was held Tuesday on the White Rock bike path, before rains hit the area. The predictors with the slowest times started first from Pi�Rocket Park, and the ones with the fastest times started last.
The best predictors (and the time that they were off their prediction) for the 1 mile were Darla Thompson (2 s), Bob Weeks (9 s), Richard Thompson, Jr. (10 s), Jackie Marr (10 s), Lynn Kluegel (11 s), and Duane Marr (16 s).
For the 3 mile course, the best predictors were Isolina Viloria, Ted Romero, and David Kratzer (all 26 s), Alexander Romero (29 s), Lynn Bjorklund (44 s), and Nikol Stother (45 s).
Next Tuesday's Pace Race (7-17-2012) will start near the traffic circle at the end of Diamond Drive east of the Golf course.submitted by race director: Bob Reedy
VILORIA HAS PERFECT PREDICTION IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
Tuesday night's pace race was a mixed bag with a variety of courses offered. 27 runners were treated to a 1 mile paved option, a 1 mile trail option, and a 3.2 mile trail option. All three races started at the Aquatic Center with the 3 mile runners running to Graduation Point and returning.
Isolina Viloria had a perfect prediction and also was the first female finisher at 11:10 in the 1 mile trail run on the trail behind the Aquatic Center. Duane Marr had a six second differential and Anya Gonzales was 99 seconds off.
On the 1 mile paved course, Zachary Medin came in first with a time of 7:00. Eight year old Erik Leonard was first on the 1 mile trail course in 10:34. Jackie Marr was the first female on the 1 mile paved course with a time of 15:25.
On the 3.2 mile course held on the trail Ted Romero was the first male at 25:52 and Roxana Candia was the top female at 33:57.
Next week's pace race will be the annual "Staggered Start" and will be held on Tuesday, 7-10-2012 at 6:00 PM in White Rock at Pinon (Rocket) Park across from Smith's on Sherwood Boulevard.submitted by race director: Karen Thorn
PATRICIA BURNSIDE IS TOP PREDICTOR AT BARRANCA SCHOOL RACE
Twenty-seven runners and walkers enjoyed a warm jaunt for a one mile or three mile run on Barranca Mesa and in Bayo Canyon.
On the short course, Lynn Klugel had the best prediction only being off by 15 seconds (normalized to the three mile course). Sue Kinkead was only 33 seconds off of her prediction and Tom Sandford came in third at 36 seconds off his prediction.
Zachary Medin, was the fastest male, at 7:44, and Camille Rousculp and Melina Burnside were the fastest females, at 8:04, on the short course.
For the long course, on which runners ran around Barranca Mesa Elementary School and then down into Bayo Canyon to the point and back Gonzales Road to Barranca School, Patricia Burnside and Roxana Candia, had the best predictions, only three and 14 seconds off their predictions over three miles. John Erickson was the third best predictor at 22 seconds off.
Ted Romero was the fastest male finisher with a time of 21:24 and Nikol Strother was the fastest female with a time of 25:32.
Next week's pace race begins at 6:00 pm at the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center in Los Alamos and a one and three mile course will go down into the canyon with the three mile course going out to Graduation Point and back. Another one mile course will be set up on the sidewalks in the area for participants who prefer to utilize an all paved course.submitted by race director: David Kratzer
COPE HAS PERFECT PREDICTION
Roy Cope makes perfect prediction on Tuesday's pace race on North Mesa! Cope predicted perfectly on the one mile course. Runners had the choice to run either one mile or a true 5K, but either way their error was adjusted to a uniform error for a three mile course. The next best prediction was made by Alexander Romero with a distance adjusted 21 second error.
11 year old Jacob Thompson was fastest male on the one mile course with a time of 9:56. Fastest female was Ann Nichols with a time of 17:25.
14 year old John Rees was fastest male on the 5k course with a time of 20:55. Fastest female on the long course was Nikol Strother at 26:05.
Next week's race will start at Barranca Mesa Elementary school near the front parking lot.submitted by race directors: Anya Gonzales and Bob Westervelt
RICHARD THOMPSON lll IS TOP PREDICTOR IN POWERLINE RUN
Thirty-four runners and walkers participated in Tuesday's evenings pace race along power line road south of White Rock.
Best predictors on the One mile course.
Richard Thompson III Adjusted error of 12 seconds
Kristy Schraad Adjusted error of 54 seconds
Jacob Thompson Adjusted error of 81 seconds
Fastest runner Nikol Strother 8:09
Best predictors on the three mile course.
John Rees prediction error of 15 seconds
Isolina Viloria prediction error of 18 seconds
Alexander Romero prediction error of 19 seconds and also fastest runner on the three mile course with a time of 21:33.
Nex week's pace race will be held on Tuesday 6-19-2012 at 6:00 PM at the Los Alamos Middle School.submitted by race director: Roy Cope
ROMERO IS TOP PREDICTOR
Nice weather greeted 24 pace racers Tuesday night as they took on the challenging New Pipeline Gutbuster course in North Community. Both the 1 and 3.2 mile courses had significant hills to negotiate, but there were some good predictions experienced.
The four best predictors were: Alexander Romero, 28 sec. error; Nikol Strother, 31 sec. error; Amy Regan, 32 sec. error; and Roy Cope, 35 second error.
Fastest female and male runners on the one mile course were Melina Burnside, 9:48, and Zachary Medin, 10:22, while on the 3.2 mile course the fastest duo were Romero, 26:01 and Amy Regan, 29:28.
Next Tuesday's pace race (6/12/12) will be at 6:00 p.m., along the power line in the White Rock area, three miles south of White Rock on State Road 4.submitted by race directors: Ruth Demuth and Tom Sandford
ULLMANN IS TOP PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
John Ullmann bested 46 other participants at the Watermelon Run held at East Park being only 1 second off his prediction. Other top predictors were: Pam Erickson with a 4 second differential, Ted Romero at 10 seconds off, and Jennifer Reglien recording a 12 second difference.
In the 1 mile race the mother daughter combination of Patricia Burnside and Melina Burnside were tied for fastest female at 8:18. Marin Kelly had a time of 8:24.
Daniel Romero recorded the fastest time in the 3 mile race at 20:29. Nikol Strother came in at 24:54 for the top female spot.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 at 6:00 PM. The "New Quemazon Gut Buster" will be held in the Quemazon area off North Road in front of the Quemazon Montessori School on Esperanza Road.submitted by race director: Joan Williams
REES IS TOP PREDICTOR FOR WEEKLY PACE RACE
Dan Rees was the top predictor for this week's pace race held at the Ponderosa Campground Trail off Route # 4 near the Back Gate. He was only 2 seconds off his predicted time. Other top predictors were Nikol Strother with a 26 second differential and Richard Thompson, Jr. coming in at a 27 second error.
Richard Thompson, Jr. was also the fastest male on the 1 mile course at 11:26. Ann Nichols was the top female recording a 17:34.
There was a three way tie for the 3 mile male winner with Daniel and Alexander Romero and Orion Staples all with a 20:46 time. Laura McClellan had a time of 27:32 for fastest female.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, May 29th at 6:00 PM at East Park off East Road (Route # 502).submitted by race director: Bob Weeks
BURNSIDE IS TOP PREDICTOR IN RANGE ROAD PACE RACE
Paulina Burnside was only 1 second off her predicted time in the pace race held this past Tuesday evening on the trails off Range Road near Guaje Pines Cemetery. Other accurate predictors were: Emily Pittman posting a 3 second difference, Nikol Strother at 4 seconds off, Nathan Burnside coming in at 5 seconds off his estimated time, and Lynn Bjorklund indicating a 8 second differential.
Bob Weeks was the fastest 1 mile runner at 13:52. The top female was Inez Ross with a time of 16:03.
On the 3 mile course the Romero brothers, Alexander and Daniel tied for first place with a 20:12 and Talia Dreicer was tops for the female runners recording a 23:48.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 at 6:00 PM starting at Ponderosa Campground Trailhead which is a quarter of mile East on State Route 4 from the junction of State Route 4 and State Route 501(West Jemez Road) (The Back Gate) on the right side of the road. For race location specifics "key on" Next race in the upper left hand corner on the home page.submitted by race director: Nathan Romero
ROMERO IS BEST PREDICTOR IN PAJARITO ACRES RACE
Ted Romero was the best pace-race predictor in running the trails in Potrillo Canyon and to the Estante Overlook, being only 7 seconds off his prediction for the 3 miles.
All but the last of the 16 runners in the weekly Tuesday pace race finished before it started to rain, and the last runner finished just before it poured hard with hail !
In the 3 mile run the next best predictors after Ted Romero were family members Nathan (52 s off), Alexander, and Daniel (both 71 s off). Alexander and Daniel Romero were the fastest 3 milers in 21:38. The fastest woman was Lynn Bjorklund (25:28).
For the 1 mile course, the fastest runners were Roy Cope and Ann Nichols. Roy Cope was the best predictor, 12 seconds off.
Next Tuesday's Pace Race will be on trails and roads and will start at the Guaje Pines Cemetery on Range Road off Diamond Drive across from the golf course.submitted by race director: Bob Reedy
GATTIKER AND REES TIE FOR BEST PREDICTION
Thirty runners and walkers encountered good weather during Tuesday night's pace race on West Road, starting and ending at the Ice Rink.
Three of the best predictors ran the 3 mile course while one turned in a good time on the one mile course. Katie Gattiker (31:28) and John Rees (20.58) both had 2 second errors on the long course. Next best predictor was David Kratzer (27:19) with an error of 11 seconds, followed by Roy Cope (40:39) with a 21 second error. Next best predictor was Jennifer Reglien who had a corrected error on the 1 mile course of 33 seconds.
Fastest on the 1 mile course was Edie May Phillips (12:50) followed by George Glass (13:09). Fastest male and female on the 3 mile course were Rees and Laura McClellan (26:32).
Next week's pace race will be on trails in Pajarito Acres in White Rock starting and ending on the trailhead between # 425 and # 427 Estante Way.submitted by race director: Tom Sandford
MONTOYA IS TOP PREDICTOR IN NORTH MESA PACE RACE
Theresa Montoya was the top predictor with a 15 second differential in this past Tuesday night's pace race held out on North Mesa on the trail by Brewer Arena next to the horse stables. Other top predictors included Ted Romero at 17 seconds off, Tom Sandford coming in at 20 seconds from his stated time, and Bob Edgar having a 32 second difference.
Roy Cope was the fastest participant on the 1 mile course with a time of 11:44. The top 1 mile female runner was Georgia Pedicini at 14:12.
On the 3 mile course Nathan Romero recorded a top time of 19:27 and the top woman was Lynn Bjorkland at 22:31.
Next week's pace race will be held on Tuesday, May 1st at 6:00 PM beginning at the ice skating rink on West Road below the Los Alamos Canyon Bridge.submitted by race director: Ted Williams
GOOD TIMES ON THE LONG COURSE ON THE CANADA DEL BUEY TRAIL
Twenty runners and walkers participated in Tuesday's night's pace race on the Canada del Buey trail in White Rock.
Best predictors on the one mile course.
Duane Marr, error adjusted for three miles, 84 seconds.
Jackie Marr, error adjusted for three miles, 120 seconds.
Inez Ross, error adjusted for three miles, 192 seconds.
Best predictors for the three mile course.
David Kratzer, prediction error of 3 seconds.
Bob Reedy, prediction error of 4 seconds.
Tom Sandford, prediction error of 12 seconds.
Next week's pace race will be held on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:00 pm, at the Rodeo arena at the east end of the horse stables on North Mesa on the trail North of the arena.submitted by race director: Roy Cope
VANCE IS TOP PREDICTOR IN WEEKLY PACE RACE
In the weekly pace race held on the road in lower Pueblo Canyon Linda Vance was the top predictor with a 42 second differential from her predicted time and she was also the fastest runner on the 1 mile course at 7:36.
Jennifer Leon had the next best prediction at 52 seconds off and also was the fastest participant on the 3 mile course with a time of 28:22.
Other accurate predictors were: Jim Clifford at 87 seconds off and Bob Reedy with 99 second difference.
Next week's race will be held on Tuesday, the 17th of April at 6:00 PM on the Canada del Buey Trail in White Rock. The race will start in the open area just West of Chamisa Elementary School and just East of Mountain Meadows Playlot right by 205 Meadow Lane.submitted by race director: Joan Williams
BJORKLUND IS BEST PREDICTOR IN FIRST PACE RACE OF SEASON
Lynn Bjorklund was the top predictor in the opening pace race of the 2012 season held on the Canyon Rim Trail in a return to Winterly conditions for Los Alamos, but the number of participants that showed up made for a successful event.
She was 10 seconds off her predicted time and was also the 2nd fastest in the 3 mile run with a time of 23:50.
Other accurate predictors were: Bob Weeks with a 13 second differential, Roy Cope at 23 seconds off, and Michelle Jones 65 seconds off her prediction.
There were four distances run in the race and the fastest runners were: 8 year old Zac Jones 10:37 in the 1 mile, Pam Erickson with a 13:42 time in the 1.5 mile Cooper Run, David Kratzer at 18:13 in the 2 mile, and Nathan Romero coming in at 18:51 in the 3 mile.
Next week's race will be held near the bottom of Main Hill near the junction of State Routes # 502 and # 4 on the access road to the County sewage control plant.submitted by race director: Ted Williams