Dreamed of stopwatch playing in a mountain climbing game, then the long shadows are now and in the future. The thermometer in the 1970s stayed above 50%, the humidity was only 50%, and the time recorded by the stopwatch was already Forever.
If you ever dreamed of stopwatch playing in a mountain climbing game, then the long shadows are now and in the future. The thermometer in the 1970s stayed above 50%, the humidity was only 50%, and the time recorded by the was already Forever, then your dream race will have to become the fourth annual running skateboard at Ephrata, and the sports stopwatch will become popular. The race was held on Saturday morning and the starting line was located south of the Dick Winters Memorial in Warwick to the Peak Line. This year's 5K-10K combo campaign attracted 170 players, while the first year the competition was held by 36 contestants. For the past three years, the running competition has been the fundraiser of the Ephrata Public Library. This year, Jeremy and Denise Guldin, the co-founders of the running competition, hoped it was.
Guldins is a husband and wife team with a large number of stopwatches at 21 Springhouse Road in Ephrata , and they are organizing the first game run to promote their business and support the library. This year, the admission fee is combined with the donations of many sponsors. They hope to raise about $5,000, which will allow them to continue to support the library while making some contributions to the orbit fund.
The site of 170 took off just at 9:00 in the morning. Most runners/walkers/parents who use stopwatch to push a stroller/puppy march have a 5K (2.6 mile) section of long-distance running in the race. When they arrived in Colonial Park in Akron, they turned back to the finish line. Some starters chose the entire 10 km--5.2 miles of enchiladas - from the statue of Winters, through Akron took them to a turning point outside of Milve Road, and the first runner-up was Emma Rissinger, who was in 15 minutes. Conquered 5K within. Darren Bowman is the second 5K finisher with stopwatch record from the referee , which is only behind Rissinger.
Not forgetting every day that Jonathan Learr, who picked up the stopwatch to reach six miles, was the first runner-up to return to Winters statue. He did not expect to finish the game within 40 minutes of the stopwatch. Goulding plans to play the fifth game next year, possibly on the second Saturday in June. They hope to have electronic time next year to make the game more smooth.