Nick clocked a 37:04 at the Lawyers Have Heart 10k in DC back on June 8th for 27th. Sunday, June 9th was Damien's 5k. It was a hot day so no course records were taken down. Chris ran 17:21 for 5th and 1st Master honors. John was 19:09, only good for 3rd in this competitive AG. In the ladies race, Jess WON in 18:36. Robyn, reportedly battling a slight hangover, ran 20:06 for 3rd and top Master. Dorothy was 7th in 21:40. Here's a few action shots courtesy of Mick:
|Chris checking his watch|
|Jess was able to crack a smile while destroying the field|
|Post-wine night Robyn|
|Dorothy nearing the finish line|
Saturday the 15th meant the Baltimore 10 Miler. Jason kept his race streak alive on the brutally humid morning, running 63:08 for 15th and 2nd in his AG. Tunde, acting as a 70:00 pacer, was near spot on in his duties, clocking 70:04.
Sunday was Father's Day and the humidity was front and center once again. At the Bullseye Running Father's Day 10k, Steve ran a PR of 35:13 for 2nd. Peter and Chris had a good battle for most of the race, but Peter pulled away over the last 1.5 miles, crossing the finish line in 35:57 for 4th, top Master, and winning the Father/Son team competition with his son, Joseph, while Chris ran 36:43. Phil, with the help of the volunteers, was able to run his race. He ran the entire race alone, and I mean alone. He managed a solid performance of 37:53. Mick took his AG in 41:25, despite acknowledging pre-race he was using the race as an 'easy' tempo. Bobby wasn't far behind in 41:55. He won the Father/Daughter competition with Katie.
Meanwhile, down in Annapolis, Weems and John ran the Dawson's Father's Day 10k hosted by the Annapolis Striders. Weems edged John out again, 38:33 and 39:00, respectively.
Keith ran the San Francisco Marathon and added another sub-3:00 performance to his resume, finishing 36th in 2:54:25. Maurice ran the BRRC Lake Montebello 5k and finished 2nd in 17:37.
Yesterday, Dorothy was our sole participant in the very competitive Baltimore Women's Classic. She won her AG and crossed the line 25th in 20:20.
Don't forget about the Women's Distance Festival this Sunday. If you are a guy, please consider helping out.