Sean Cunniff warms his toes and basks in the glory of beating me by two minutes to take fourth overall in the 10k race. Notice Sean's new wheels too. Wow.
Mark Nelson ran in his first snowshoe race and went big optin for the 10k race. Consider it training for the San Juan Solstice, Mark!
Post-race snacks included health food like donuts and pastries for us healthy, active types.
There was supposed to be an AWESOME raffle at the end but the raffle prizes were tucked away (forgotten) at Kris' house.
The results of the 10k. I came in 5th with a time of 1:00:36. Very disappointing after my first place, 53:10, finish last year.
The results of the 5k race.
Laura receives her authentic Mike Walsh pottery cup for taking second in the women's 30-something age group.
Kris and Kris handing out the awards. Kinda weird with the names being the same like that eh?
No doubt Mark is drinking a long-chain carbohydrate recovery drink akin to Swiss Miss hot chocolate with marshmallows.
Going back for seconds too. Big time recovery.
Minesh also placed second in his age group so he and Laura have matching handmade pottery cups now. How cute!
Jim Westmoreland receives his award. The thing is rigged, I tell you!
Cunniff in the hardware! Second place in the men's 30-something in the 10k.
No, the cup isn't just small because my hand is big. I only managed third in the men's 30-something 10k results. I blame my knee, the course conditions, the terrible weather, the sun was in my eyes, AND my snowshoe came untied. OK, the truth of it is, I'm not very fast and, in fact, suck.