The Snowflake Series Race 3 is a mandatory 10k for anyone who is competing in the full series (all four races), but there was a 5k option available as well for anyone not compiling 'points' for the series. The course itself is the same as it has been for the previous two races in the series, with the 10k being completed as a double loop track - and this year with chip timing we actually got a 5k split time in the results!
Here's my post-race recap of the event:
It was great to see a few other RunNinjas competing today as well - congratulations to Sonia for putting in a super-strong effort in the mushy conditions, and for James who blasted through in the end for another strong finish!
I purposely ended the year with a run and started 2017 with a 10km race. Weather was beautiful, road conditions a little less so. Met some fellow #runninjas. Thanks @pbfvoo for running me in to the finish. That support at the end is such a boost! Happy New Year everyone!! ❤ 🏃🏻♀️⛄️🏃🏻♀️⛄️🏃🏻♀️⛄️🏃🏻♀️⛄️🏃🏻♀️⛄️🏃🏻♀️⛄️ #roadtoultra #run #snowballseries #newyear #2017
One more 5k race to wrap up this series - and having consistently moved up in the overall and age-group placings I'm excited to see where this will all end up!
Wishing you all a great start to 2017!
#golikeneverbefore #haveafastyear #getyourmilesin