|Stretching inside the rec. center before the race|
|The 5K and 10K finish line tent|
|Crossing the finish line with a bunch of 5K'ers|
|Headed back to the start (post-race) to recover my jacket|
|The race finish area|
|Time keepers collecting the results|
|The race security force and troop transport vehicles|
|The finish line time caller-outer|
|The finish line|
I hoped to end the race with a sub-40 minute finish time. It would be the first time I've had done that since I ran a 10K in Brooks, Georgia around 1990. I remember running that race in 39:40 after having worked all night long. I need a bit more sleep these days. I used that finish time for the one and only Peachtree Road Race I've run where I started with the sub-seeded runners. I've run about a half-dozen PRR over the years.
My results for the Peachtree City 10K was a finish time of 42:10 (chip time) with a 6:47 pace and 4th in my age group. No award for me, again! That's my third 4th place age group finish in a row.
My next attempt at a sub-40 10K will be the Charles Harris 10K on February 26th in Tucker, Georgia. That is unless I run the Freedom Run 10K in Morrow, Georgia on February 12th. Both 10K races are USATF certified and included in an Atlanta Track Club list of the top ten PRR qualifying races in Georgia.