Event entries are open until June 7 noon. Please send your 5 k times to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our virtual racewalk organizer, Rogo, provides these guidelines…
“Pick a track or course near you. You have a week to record your best time on a 5 k racewalk.
If possible please include a link to your GPS sports watch or smartPhone sports app results (if you have one).
If a friend can record some start or finish video we’ll post that too for informal judging comments.
Please try to set your course distance as accurately as possible. A track is best, but most are now locked. A GPS watch/phone app will be close for distance but there is some error – typical over 5 k is up to +/- 50m. A few walking trails have distance markers. Highway mileposts can be another check on your distance if you have a low traffic, safe, level & measured highway in your area with wide shoulders.
We will be on the honor system as a few of us do not have the high tech recording devices. The mininium is your finish time and mile or kilometer splits
|5/30/20||Annie Hegstrom||64||F||0:33:46||Dawson, MN||See below|
|6/3/20||Jenny Williams||49||F||0:38:13||Silverwood Park|
|6/3/20||Jeff Holmbeck||64||M||0:31:23||Como Lake||See below|
|6/1/20||Bob Evans II||69||M||0:34:23||Grand Marais||https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/5024091224|
|6/1/20||Will Loew-Blosser||68||M||0:34:44||Grand Marais||https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/5023344253|
|6/3/20||Phil Rogosheske||75||M||0:36:44||Moose Lake||Splits below|
|6/1/20||Bernie Finch||80||M||0:51:18||Pepin, WI||Splits below|
Bernie Finch – “This is an age group personal PR. I have not broken an hour yet this year. Being 80 ain’t for sissys. Lets do another one. Even a ten k? I think I missed the split spot on the course for 4k!”