Saturday, May 14, 2011

Another PB - Clark's Toyota 5 Miler

It was cloud and 6 degrees.

The Clark's Toyota 5 Miler at Scott Clark's House. The loop course on Linkletter Rd, Confederation Trail and Kinsman Rd.

Connor McGuire won the race and Kelly MacDonald for the top female.

I finished in 30:45, beat my 5 mile PB time by 3:25 faster than 2008 Clark's 5 Miler and came in 6th out of 77 runners.

Tomorrow I run in Emerald in the YMCA Run. It is first time back on the trail in Emerald since my 2006 Tip to Tip run.

Official Result: 6th out of 77
5 Miles in 30 minutes, 45 seconds

Photos from the Clark's Toyota 5 Miler (2005-2011)

New female course record set at Clark’s Toyota Five-Mile Run

LINKLETTER – Kelly MacDonald of Montague set a new female course record in the seventh annual Clark’s Toyota Five-Mile Run here Saturday morning.

The 22-year-old education student at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, N.S., stopped the clock in 31 minutes seven seconds (31:07), seven seconds faster than the previous standard of 31:48. Roya MacDonald set that record in 2008.

The race’s overall winner was 19-year-old Connor McGuire of Summerside in 26:46. That was nine seconds off last year’s course record by Mike MacKinnon.

Overall, 78 runners took part in race. All proceeds will be donated to the P.E.I. Children’s Wish Foundation.

See complete story in Monday’s Journal Pioneer.

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