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Will Fisher Is Top Predictor And Best Finisher In Tuesday’s 5K Distance Race

Atomic City Road Runners during Tuesday evenings race. Courtesy photo

Atomic City Road Runners make their way to Quemazon Tuesday evening. Courtesy photo

BY TED WILLIAMS
Atomic City Road Runners

 Will Fisher was the best predictor as well as the top finisher in the 5K race held June 27 in the Quemazon Development with a 15 second differential from his predicted time and a finish time of 23:10.  Other accurate predictors were:  Jan Velechovsky at 16 seconds off; 13 year old Anders Medin and father Zach Medin tied at a 36 second difference; Eri Kardoulaki with a 48 second differential as well as the best female finisher in the 1 mile distance with a time of 11:04; Paul Geimer with a 59 second difference. 12 year old Adrian Medin was the top finisher in the 1 mile race at 7:31. In the 5K distance Adrienne Hetrick was the first female finisher recording a 32:43. There will no pace race on Tuesday, July 4th,2023, the Fourth of July holiday.
The next scheduled race will held on Tuesday, July 11 at 6:00 p.m.on the Burnt Mesa Trail in Bandelier National Monument which is located approximately 1.6 miles on the right on State Route # 4 East after taking a left from the junction of State Route # 4 and State Route # 501 (West Jemez Road) ( known as The Back Gate).  One and 3 mile trail runs will be available.  Another reminder will be sent out in the interim period between July 4 and July 8.
For more information call 505-672-1639 or visit the Club’s Web site at:  http://atomicrunners.com 
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