Race Report

Nassau Run Series Part 3 – Cedar Creek Park 5 miler

23 Mar , 2014  

This was the 3rd race out of a 4 race series. GLIRC and Run Nassau have been putting on excellent community races and this event was no different. Our course took us around the park, featured an out and back to the aerodrome, and then another loop before finishing the 5 miler.

My performance was measured based on how much fatigue were left from yesterday’s double bike race in Branchbrook.

My goal was to hit around 30 minutes and was able to muster a 29:51, good for 5th place overall.

Ed from the Long Island running team, We Are Athletes, was out there again taking race photos and I particularly liked these.

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