Run for Autism 5k
The race started and went around the fairground roads, before heading back past an elementary school and through a neighborhood and turning around. Most of the race was pretty flat, with just a few inclines. The surfaces included dirt, gravel, concrete, and asphalt.
It was a pretty hard race for me because it was the first time running in the cold this season. My lungs were not used to it. I frequently felt out of breath. DISLIKE! It is funny how some shorter races seem harder to run than the long ones because of certain circumstances.
My official finish time was 37:09, with a pace of 10:09. That would mean that the race was 3.6 miles, NOT 5k. Not a biggie, but it confused me. If I calculate the 5k time, it would have been 31:28. Not a PR, but pretty close. I got 25th place in the female category (out of 74) and 8th place in the age group 20-29.
This was a nice race with an awesome cause. My only comments are that there were no medals. I like medals!