Brent Millay finished 2nd in his age group in the Resolution Run 10K in Evansville, Indiana. The race organizers thought the street department would be able to clear the roads, but that was not the case. Slippery conditions slowed the field, but racers were not deterred.
Brent finished with a time of 52:29. The team is looking forward to seeing what he can do on dry roads.
Great job Brent!
Several athletes have expressed interest in the Ashland City Half Marathon on March 5th. We had hoped to video the actual course, but the course is changing due to road construction. The video shows many of the roads that will still be included. The course goes along the Cumberland River and through the woods on the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. Should be a fast course. The race director says the course is certified with a course record of 1:03. Should be fun.
The updated course map can be found here:
By following the route on Strava, the trail and the road along the river are in the reverse direction of the video.
Congratulations to Brent Millay and Chaney Heady.
Brent executed his plan perfectly running negative splits and finished giving it all he had. He finished in a time of 23:13.
Chaney ran with Coach Dean as they held an even pace until the final stretch. Chaney had a personal best finishing with a time of 23:46.
Shout out to Eric Hardin who just loves to race. On Saturday November 20th, he won the Bucks and Does 13.1 Pointer Trail Half Marathon in Wisconsin with a time of 1:29:46 over 10 minutes ahead of second place. Way to crush it Eric. Eric would say he is a road runner. But he showed he can handle the trails, as well.
Great job Katie Rose on setting a personal best 43:57 in the Run Hard Lexington 10K. This was with her dog Bailey including a short break for Bailey to get a drink.
Congratulations to Jessica and Ralph Jones in the Bowling Green Half Marathon. Jessica completed her 10th consecutive Bowling Green Half Marathon. She has participated in every occurrence since the inception. Jessica finished in 2:27:25.
Katie Rose took first overall female in the Go For the Grits 5K with her sidekick Bailey. Katie's winning time was 21:28. Great job Katie!
Congratulations to Brent Millay on racing the Chilly Hilly Trail 5K in a time of 31:33. With patience and consistency, he overcame an injury and is back in great form. Praise God that he was able to tow the line in this race.