Giacomo Capodaglio Is Top Predictor In Weekly Pace Race

Atomic City Road Runners gather on the road in Lower Bayo Canyon Tuesday. Photo Courtesy ACRR

Atomic City Road Runners take off on their Tuesday night run. Photo Courtesy ACRR

Atomic City Road Runners on the run. Photo Courtesy ACRR

Enjoying the views from the lower Bayo Canyon area. Photo Courtesy ACRR

Atomic City Road Runners

Giacomo Capodaglio was the best predictor in the weekly pace race held Tuesday evening on the road in lower Bayo Canyon at 7 seconds off his predicted time.  Other accurate predictors were:  13 year old Anders Medin and Madeline Harms with a tie with a 9 second differential; Eugenya Simakov and Tony Borek tied at 10 seconds off; Mary Snow recording 12 seconds off; and Elivcrio Acosta and Valerio Pinchetti tied at 21 seconds.

On the 1 mile course 12 year old Adrian Medin was the best finisher at 7:03 and the top female was Priscila Rosa recording a 9:28.

Paul Geimer was the top finisher on the 3 mile course at 20:27 and Laura Woodroffe recorded a time of 22:58 for first female finisher.

Next week’s run will be held on Tuesday, April 25 at 6:00 p.m. and will start on the trail just North of the Rodeo Arena on North Mesa in the horse stables area.  1 and 3 mile courses will be available.

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