Another Half is in the books!
What a beautiful day it was for the 39th Annual Ridgefield Pamby Half Marathon! The threat of Hurricane Joaquin went out to sea and the weather for the Half was sunny and perfect. A total of 331 runners completed the scenic 13.1 miles. Overall winners were Bryan Kovalsky, with a time of 1:13:27 and Mary Dolan Zengo, with a time of 1:24:21, which is a new record for the 50-59 age bracket! In addition, we have a new record for the 80+ male age bracket. Arthur Montero finished in a time of 2:35:02. Complete results can be found on HiTekRacing.com. All of us at Wolfpit Running Club to thank all who ran; we hope you enjoyed the race. Thank you also to our wonderful sponsors; without your help we would not be able to put one the race. An extra thank you goes out to Pamby Motors, which, in addition to being our title sponsor, supplied the lead car for the race this year! Thank you to all who volunteered; we can't do this without you! And thank you to all who cheered on the runners! And mark your calendars now for the 40th Annual Ridgefield Pamby Half Marathon, scheduled for Sunday, October 2, 2016. If you have a question about the Half, you can email us by clicking here.
Yes, we have fun runs on the weekends!
Please join us on our Saturday and Sunday morning fun runs. We gather in the Ridgefield Playhouse parking lot and leave at 8:00 a.m. sharp! Since We are runners of various abilities, we break off into groups and run at different paces and for different distances. Some of us may run five miles, others seven and others 10. So please join us! The Ridgefield Playhouse is located in the Richard Venus Municipal Building, which is on East Ridge and adjacent to the Ridgefield Police Station. The parking lot is behind the building. Take Main Street to Governor Street, then take a left off of Governor Street after the intersection of Governor and East Ridge.
We run at 8:00 a.m. sharp!
The cool, crisp Autumn weather is upon us. What glorious weather this is in which to run! Make sure to go outside to enjoy it, whether to run, walk, bike, or just breathe.
For more information about the club's summer gathering, and for the latest and greatest on races and club members, please read the current edition of Wolftracks.