Will Fisher And Ted Romero Tie For Top Predictor In Final Pace Race Of 48th Season For Atomic City Road Runners

Atomic City Road Runners gather Tuesday evening for the last pace race of the year. Courtesy photo

Atomic City Roadrunners run the course Tuesday evening along Canyon Rim Trail. Courtesy photo

Runners start the course at Tuesday evening’s Atomic City Road Runners pace race. Courtesy photo

Atomic City Road Runners

Will Fisher and Ted Romero had a tie for best predictor in the weekly pace race held on the Canyon Rim Trail at 2 seconds off their predicted time.  Fisher was also the first finisher in the 3 mile distance recording a time of 19:58.  Other accurate predictors were:  Ryan Smeltzer with a 8 second differential; Lynn Bjorklund and Mary Snow with a tie at 9 seconds off and Bjorklund the top female finisher on the 3 mile course at 23:09; Zach Medin with 14 second difference; and Roxana Candia and Catherine Hensley with another tie at 15 seconds off.

On the 1 mile course 11 year old Adrian Medin was the best finisher with a time of 7:09 and the first female finisher was Michaela McKamey at 11:19.

This race concludes the Atomic City Road Runners Club 48th season.  Next season will begin on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. at the Canyon Rim Trailhead on East Road ( NM State Route # 502) across the road from the Co-operative Market.

The Annual CROP/Turkey Trot Run/walk will be held at the Los Alamos Middle School on North Mesa on Sunday, Nov. 20 starting at 2:00 p.m. with sign up beginning at 1:00 p.m.

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