Race Report – Lorneville Loop 2015

Great well organized race and I really enjoyed running with this run pal (and several others). It was my first official race of the year and it started off.. hilly 😀

To Quiet The Mind

As promised, here is my report on the first race of the 2015 year; the Lorneville Loop 13km.

This race is a hilly, season-opener held in a community called Lorneville outside of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

The only distance is 13 kilometres with the race counting towards the Running Room points series.

This was my second consecutive year running this race as I found it to be a great test of early season fitness and I like supporting smaller races; I believe that it was capped at 200-250 people. This race also has a number of other things going for it as well:

  • It’s cheap, I paid $20
  • A honking big medal
  • Chili afterwards
  • Lots of door prizes
  • it raises funds for the IWK hospital in Halifax

Did I mention it's Big? Did I mention it’s Big?

Having run the race last year, it  helped me prepare a strategy for this year. Last year I…

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