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New Hampshire’s Premier Running Events Held At Mount Washington
- Trail Runners Navigate the Forests of Great Glen
- Road Runners Tackle the Legendary Mt. Washington Auto Road
Pinkham Notch, NH—Two of the Granite State’s premier, annual running events are being held on back-to-back weekends here in the heart of the White Mountains. The aptly-named There’s A Black Fly In MY Eye 10-Mile Trail Run & Relay was held at Great Glen Outdoor Center on June 10, with the historic Mount Washington Road Race following on June 16.
There’s A Black Fly In MY Eye 10-Mile Trail Run & Relay
A field of 85 runners took the start at Great Glen Outdoor Center for its annual trail running race on both single-track and carriage roads at the base of Mount Washington. The black flies were in attendance as well, adding some extra motivation for the runners. The course consisted of three distinct loops within the Great Glen trail system, all starting and finishing at the base lodge, with the final loop including a stream crossing along the Peabody River. Racers had the option of tackling the entire course solo, or running as a team of 2 or 3. Congratulations go out to all the runners, and a thanks to them for making this one of the best trail races in New England.
Of the 58 runners who competed as individuals, Jeremiah Macrae-Hawkins posted the fastest overall time of 1 hour 10 minutes and 3 seconds. The men’s and women’s podium positions were held by:
1st Place- Jeremiah Macrae-Hawkins 1:10:03.0
2nd Place- Mike Fenzel 1:12:39.0
3rd Place- Matthias Marklin 1:13:50.0
1st Place- Meg Skidmore 1:24:01.0
2nd Place- Aimee Kendrick 1:24:50.2
3rd Place- Erica Khan 1:26:11.0