Adventure run – Saturday, July 3

Here’s the scoop re: Saturday’s Adventure Run — hope you’ll join us!

  • Leg 1 – 6.6 miles: Start at ABC in Greenbelt at 6:30 a.m. to Glenn Dale Splash Park (arrive 8:15 a.m.).
  • Leg 2 – 4.4 miles: Depart Splash Park to Rte. 450 Starbucks at 8:30 a.m., arrive 9:30 a.m.
  • Leg 3 – 11.4 miles: Depart Starbucks at 9:30 a.m., arrive at Annapolis Town Centre at 12:30 p.m.
  • From the creators: Note that the final leg is challenging but not too long (11.4 miles) & the target average pace (15+ min/mile) is doable by many.

    KEY:

    ( ) = a “maybe running” for this leg
    [ ] = support but not running leg
    * = providing water at start of leg
    ** = water + driving to end to provide support/ride back!

    – Leg 1 –
    (Amanda)
    Dave F.
    Gary
    Kim
    Me’Lissa
    Traci

    – Leg 2 –
    (Amanda)
    Dave F.
    Gary
    Glenda
    Traci
    (Cass)
    (Me’Lissa)
    [Kim*]

    – Leg 3 –
    (Amanda)
    Dave F.
    Deon
    Gary
    Lydia*
    [Kim**]

    And, yes, per request there will be Gatorade cupcakes c/o me.

    Also — a brief plug for other club events next week (more details at http://www.pgrc.org):

    Starting Thursday, July 8, 7 p.m. — join us for our Summer Race Series at Buddy Attick Park every Thursday evening through August.

    Friday, July 9, 6:30 p.m. — join us for our annual Poker Run, where the best hand wins, also at Buddy Attick

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    Question of the week: What races are you running this summer?

    Summertime is a great time for racing, there are numerous choices in the DC area, including PGRC’s own Thursday night summer series, and Women’s Distance Festival 5K and Run/Walk for Haiti 5K on August 28. 

    Or maybe you are traveling this summer and running a race at your vacation destination?

    So, what are YOUR summertime race plans??

    PGRC at Run for Roses

    PGRC was well represented at MCRRC”s Run for Roses.  Among the PGRC runners were the new graduates of PGRC’s beginning women’s program (see photo below).  And veteran runner Laurie Fisher placed 2nd in her age group.  

    More photos

    National Trails Day June 5

    This Saturday, REI is organizing trail work, clean up, and invasive plant removal at Greenbelt Park, meeting at Sweetgum Picnic Area at 8:30am.  Please consider helping to maintain our beautiful Greenbelt Park.  Arrive early at 7:30am, get in your run, and then volunteer!  How convenient it is!

    Here’s the signup link.  The website says they have 40 spots left out of 50, so there is still a big need for volunteers.

    http://www.rei.com/event/4755/session/5636

    So who’s volunteering?

    Cheverly Day 5k finishers

    First place youth runner (age 11) Looked very steady and confident


    Kent Mcollough Finisher strong after recovering from nasty flu

     

    Gwen Parker Finishes 1st place female

    Elliot Hamilton cruises down (thankfully not up!) the hill to a very strong finish

     

     

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