Guess there is no time like the present to get some loose ends wrapped up before hopefully getting back into the upcoming racing season. I’ve had a note on my desk for almost a year now to get this race post out. Through part procrastination and part denial I bring you a post on last year’s race season. Hell, this post represents the ENTIRE 2020 race season.
Hit the jump for the race recap – albeit late this year.
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Probably wasn’t a stretch to guess the topic of tonight’s post based on the foreshadowing in the previous one. The Allerton Trail Race Weekend was a double event. The previous work went into detail on the first of those two events, the Trail-Glo 5K. I covered a lot of ground in that initial recollection knowing I would be able to skip over those details in the second race’s recollection. So, let’s just jump right into it.
The first race is really just a fun run – a quick warm up if you will before the big race the second day. There are two race options to select from, the 10K version and the uber manly (I may be biased) Half Marathon. I really shouldn’t be condescending on the shorter distance – everyone is a winner that makes it through any race distance, toeing the line is a victory in itself. Note, like the 5K, they added the extra logs for those that made additional contributions to Make A Wish Foundation.
Hit the jump to see some of Linda’s work from behind the camera and learn how the race went.
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