Where's the Mylie?
morning the phone rings.
Ring, ring, ring. "Hello."
"Hi Dave, Dan Ashworth (of Ashworth Awards) what's up?
"Dan, I called to see how my order of Mylie medals was coming
"They are shipping today, Dave."
"Great Dan, I only have enough to last a week or two."
Sablich models his Good Times Mylie shirt.
circumstance 90 Mylie PR medals would be sufficient to cover one week
or maybe even two weeks of PRs. However tonight's conditons were perfect
for setting a Good Times course PR; it was a crisp and windless night.
An amazing 103 out of 233 runners
set PRs; that's 44-percent of the field and a new Good Times record! For those who didn't receive their
Mylie, we'll get them to you via USPS as soon as they arrive from Ashworth
theme was Xmas in May and age division winners got to choose a wrapped
present from under the Good Times Xmas tree. Mark Coddaire of Marx Running
and Fitness Center of Acton was kind enough to supply and wrap all the
gifts. Lowell's Titus Mutinda (17:35) and Acton's Sierra Zambarano (19:50)
got to choose first as they finished first overall for the men and women.
Tonight was a trifecta of sorts as the Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox were
all playing and were all victorious. In honor of the Celtics who won a
great come from behind game, I'm awarding a Tommy Point to Adam Sablich.
Adam designed a really cool Good Times shirt for his running group. Look
for them next week in the florescent green shirts.
In the battle for the Good Times championship, Tim Burke and
Erica Paton continue building their overall leads. They have four weeks
to go to break the winner's tape.
Then check out the Good Times on our website,
our forum, our
page or our Good Times Blog.
Next week is our Tranquility Base 5K. This is an age, gender and weight
graded race. This is the only race of its kind in the region, so don't
miss it. And as always, we can't guarantee you will run a fast time,
but we promise you will have a good time at the Good Times Series.