Not only that, but Mrs. Sponsler is tweeting about it.
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Just getting to the starting line makes you a winner.
There was a moment, probably several of them, where you said to yourself something like, "I can't do this." But you didn't listen, and you kept going. That makes you a winner.
When you felt the wind whipping across the fields of Parma, the interstate highway roaring in the distance, and you saw the flags flapping at the finish line, you knew you could do it. So you dug down, found the gumption and the grit you needed, and finished strong. That makes you a winner.
Then, as your body tried to get back to "normal," you felt a mix of dizziness and euphoria. Maybe your legs felt like jelly for a bit. And you knew you had left it all on the race course. That makes you a winner.
Regardless of how you place or how long it takes, pushing yourself to get up and get moving: that makes you a winner.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
|From left, Anthony Winnie, Mason McFerran, and Mackenzie Kellar display their hardware.|
The air was cool, in the upper 30s, but still on this overcast morning. It was a good day to run.
Winning the kids half mile on a course adapted were Caitlin Young and Jeffrey Palmer.
Finishing in first place among females was Mackenzie Kellar, and the overall winner of the male division was Anthony Winnie. Mason McFerran was honored with the Best Yeti Costume Award.
Results for the 5k are available at http://www.runningfoundation.com/Yeti_Run_Down.html