Hi @pgxc-women ,
Next Sunday, September 26, is our next race. It’s in the Auburn area, and should be less than an hour drive for nearly all of us. Please check the roster below to see if you’re on it (or not) appropriately, plus there’s new info about jerseys, race location, etc.
Open (ages 20–39)
- Amanda King (Please update your ? on the Google sheet roster
- Amanda Locket
- Eve Glasserman
- Jenny Berkowitz (please update your row on the Google sheet roster
- Kathleen Kannaley
- Louise Debefve (please update your ? on the Google sheet roster
- Molly Doruska
- Sarah Codd
- Sarah Ridenour
Masters (ages 40–49)
- Michelle Woods
- Patty Larkin (please update your plan on the Google sheet roster)
Veterans (ages (50–59)
- Brenda Osovski
- Caitlyn Loehr
- Sandy Gregorich
- Kim Jackson
Super Vets (ages 60–69)
Anne Shakespeare (please update your row on the Google sheet roster
WHERE & WHEN
The race is at Everest Park, in the Auburn area. It is a first-time course for the PGXC series (see course map). Gun time is 11am, so I recommend arriving a little before 10am.
The new jerseys are here! We now have a wide range of sizes, men’s and women’s. we are in better shape than last weekend for having enough in the right sizes, but just in case, bring your old FLRC jersey (if you have one) and/or wear something you like running in. Also, blue or black shorts.
The new women’s jerseys are more modest and have a more shaped fit. The men’s jerseys have a wider overall fit, a wider arm hole, and no extra fabric over the chest.
I’m checking on how long it might take to get another order of jerseys. FLRC will be taking online orders for another batch, so you can buy your own jersey in your favorite size. You can get it with “Finger Lakes” on the back or with your name. We’ll keep this first order for people who don’t want to order their own.
IF IT IS COLD
It probably won’t be, but for anyone who is wondering, it is okay to wear gloves, arm warmers, hats, tights, etc. (unlike some high school or college races). You can also wear your jersey over a warm shirt.
A personal note: I had my 2-week post-op appointment, and the surgeon said I am doing great!! I am supposed to try to get back to normal life (but no bending, twisting, running, cycling, or lifting of anything heavy for another month). I have my first PT appointment this week, and my surgeon wants me to start running in late October!
Go FLRC! There was a lot of great running last weekend!!! -Tonya