Sunday 29 March 2009, King Lloyd Reserve, Highton, Geelong
The Barwon River trail is a beautiful place to run. The trail follows the slow meandering Barwon River as it journeys toward the ocean and provides a green canopy of trees shade all from the sun. Added to this were moderate temperatures, light cloud cover and no wind all providing the perfect ingredients for a perfect race. We could not have wished for better.
Congratulations to the 250 who ran, jogged and joined the merriment, the largest crowd we have had to a Sri Chinmoy Race in Geelong.
A full list of results and photos from the day are now available online.
Well done to our 18km race winners Julian Spence ( 1:03.56) and Jennifer Kelly (1:22:29) who each convicingly took line honours. Julian's efforts were made even more impressive by the fact that he passed the whole 12km field enroute to his emphatic victory. Speciical mention also to Doc's Running club with over 15 representatives and to their fearless leader Doc O'Connor to won the 5km in an impressive 21.11.
If you would like to provide us with feedback from the day you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our next event are the the Sri Chinmoy Princes Park 15K on Sunday April 26 with distances of 15km, 10km and 5km. Enter online.
Our next Geelong event is the Sri Chinmoy Geelong Foreshore Run on Sunday 8 November at Rippleside Park. Enter online.
Also l ook out also for our premier event the Sri Chinmoy Running & Fitness Festival on Sunday May 31 back at Williamstown incorporating the marathon, half marathon, 10km and 4km distances. The course is flat and fast. Earlybird online entry now available.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our events in 2009.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
The Sri Chinmoy Races Team