WoodinvilleWashington Columbia Winery 10-K to benefit Seattle Childrens Hospital August 20, 2016RACE report:
Greetings folks, this is my race report from this past
week-end.As a person who doesn’t really
race much I could not pass this one up, as I love kids, and anything to benefit
them is always high on my list.I have
three crusades: child education, child hunger, and child poverty.With me being in this area for business and
a 10-K whispering in my ear, well I am the rat following a pied piper to a good
cause.Plus to race at sea level—I’m
Now most of you who know me (and few of you do, but I plan
to change all of that), know I bring up the back of the pack.I’m more of a mule these days, dragging my
butt to the ground and my belly in a wheel barrow.I have re-invented myself as a runner many
times, from the age of 13-28, a long vacation from running between the ages of
28-42 (ate much, drank more, lounged often) then hit a resurgence at age
42.By then my fast years were a memory,
The Dukes competed at the 31st Annual Run For the Zoo! One of the biggest races in the state! We had runners representing and placing high in the 5k, 10k, and half marathon! Pedro's picture was in the ABQ Journal!
Congrats to all of our Dukes who competed in this year's Boston Marathon! The Dukes were represented by Jesse Armijo, Chris Valicka, Anthony Fleg, Jonathon Campbell, Matthew Liaw, Nate Gentry, and Stephanie Ward!