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John Ullmann was the top predictor in this week’s Atomic City Roadrunners’ Pace Race.
Ullmann topped 46 other participants in the Watermelon Run, held Tuesday at East Park. Ullmann finished just one second off his predicted finish time, topping Pam Erickson’s 4-second prediction error.
The Pace Race is a weekly event sponsored by the Roadrunners which is held at various spots around Los Alamos County.
Other close predictors this week included Ted Romero (10-second error) and Jennifer Reglien (12-second error).
Daniel Romero posted the fastest time on the 3-mile race, finishing in 20 minutes, 29 seconds. Nikol Strother was the fastest female finisher with her time of 24:54.
On the 1-mile course, Patricia Burnside and her daughter Melina tied for the fastest time of 8:18. Marin Kelly finished in 8:24.
The next Pace Race will be Tuesday starting in front of Quemazon Montessori School on Esperanza Road. Race time is 6 p.m.
For more information, call 662-4107 or visit the club’s website, atomicrunners.com.
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