Smeltzer Is Best Predictor In Weekly Pace Race

Atomic City Road Runners Tuesday evening in Bandelier National Monument. Courtesy photo

Atomic City Road Runners

Ryan Smeltzer was the top predictor in the weekly pace race held on Burnt Mesa Trail in Bandelier National Monument with a 17 second differential.  Other accurate predictors were:  Ted Williams at 20 seconds off; Ted Atkins, Senior with a difference of of 30 seconds; Valerio Pinchetti recording a 34 second difference; and Anders Medin at 36 seconds off.

On the 1 mile course 11 year old Adrian Medin was the fastest finisher at 8:27 and Priscila Rosa was the best female with a time of 9:48.

Paul Geimer was the top finisher in the 3 mile distance at 19:03 and Maddie Harms recorded a 29:48 for first female.

Next week’s race will be held on Tuesday, July 5th, 2021 at 6:00 PM at American Springs Road up in the Jemez which can be gotten to by taking West Jemez (New Mexico State Route # 501) South to the “Back Gate” (the junction of West Jemez Road/Route # 501 and New Mexico State Route # 4) taking a right and heading Westbound on State Route # 4 up into the Jemez approximately 1.6 miles on the right to American Springs Road parking area.

For more information call (1)505-672-1639 or visit the Club’s Web site at: