2013 Know Your Pace Race

Running the Know Your Pace Race with the Silk City Striders has become another Thanksgiving Week tradition. The winner isn’t the first across the line, but rather the one who comes closest to their predicted pace. No timing devices or GPS’s are allowed. You have to run on feel.

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The race is a preview of the Manchester Road Race course. The MRR is Thursday and it is sold out with 15,000 registered runners again. The KYPR is also your last chance to get a seeding card for the Under-40, Under-35, or Under-30 queues.

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This year, no one nailed it, running exactly their pace, but a few came close. Douglas Mulcahy was the winner, coming :07 within his pace. Nancy Barnwell was :08 off and Ann Etre was :09.

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Debbie ran the race for fun. We enjoyed hanging out with all of our Strider friends at the MRR Expo. Main Street in Manchester was buzzing with activity on this sunny (but cold) Saturday morning. The KYPR was followed by the Little Manchester Road Race.

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Race Results

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