|Map of the route.|
|There was no mist. The fuzz was from my camera.|
a. the photographer's hands were shaky.
b. the reader needs glasses
c. both of the above
The presentation to the winners happened well before I finished. But I enjoyed the lunch of sandwiches, fruits and other food goodies provided at the finish line. Well done to the RD Greg, TRAQ organisers, volunteers and everyone involved. Maybe next year, 100 of the runners should use the bus (mini-buses?) and the other 50-60 may use their cars. As the bus driver said 40-80 cars away from those mountain roads can only do good. Runners can just relax pre- and post race, with less damage to the road system, less risk of accident, less need for parking space, and good for the environment. See, increasing your running footprint, lessens your carbon footprint. Now I’d definitely do Mt Glorious again next year, but only if TRAQ can arrange for a beach and pool at the finish line :-).
- Average finishing time: 2:50:00. About 80 runners finished under this time.
- The bottom 60 finished in an average of 3:15:00. I am bracketed in this group. Makes my time look good.
The top 15 are: