Labor Day 10km Run was a Labour
Started towards the back of the field, but on the recreational path.
Went up the first hill through the underpass fairly well, had a drink at the 2km point, and kept going.
Wind was distracting but was running with the acompaniment of a young lady, who kept pace almost the entire race, she put a gap on me up the hills but was slower down the hills which enabled me to catch her again.
Passed her before the 7km mark, but stopped for a Gel and drink at the 8km station, where she kept on going, but I caught her at the straight leading to the hospital hill, and held on despite her final sprint.
66 minutes was about all I could have hoped for two days after a 20km run (refer previous post).
Pancakes were provided together with fruit, and many stayed around for the awards presentations after the run.
Until Next Time.