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Ted Romero was a dual winner in this week’s Pace Race, hosted by the Atomic City Roadrunners.
The Pace Race was Tuesday. It was run on the access road to the sewage treatment plant in Lower Bayo Canyon.
Romero had the top prediction of the week, finishing just 16 seconds off his time. Romero was also the fastest finisher on the 3-mile course with his time of 20 minutes, 56 seconds.
David Kratzer and Zach Medin were the next-best predictors this week. They were both 32 seconds off their times.
The top finisher on the 1-mile course was Isabelle Coons (10:30). Paul Elkins finished in 14:03. On the 3-mile course, the fastest female was Tamara Weddle with her time of 35:41.
Next week’s Pace Race, the Power Line Run, is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday. The race will start approximately 3 miles from the intersection of Pajarito Road and N.M. 4 heading toward Bandelier National Monument.
More information about the Pace Race or the Atomic City Roadrunners can be found on the club’s website, atomicrunners.com, or by calling 672-9243.
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