SLR March 4 - Chain Bridge Loop

Hello Saturday Runners!

Our route on Saturday March 4 will be the 10 mile Chain Bridge Loop (additional map here). To lengthen this route, you can return via Memorial Bridge rather than the Key Bridge for 12 miles, or for 14 miles follow the standard directions for our Marymount Chain Bridge route that many of you have run a number of times. If you're training for the Rock n Roll DC marathon, this is your last long run of the taper before race day!

I will be out of town again this week, but Coach Kathy will get things started for you on Saturday morning.

Thank you Kate Frese for post-run drinks this week! We will need someone to cover next week Saturday March 11, so if you're not running Rock n Roll DC and would be willing to help, please let me know. Volunteer needs along with the weekly route & distance schedule are always kept up-to-date on the SLR web page, and you can email me any time to schedule your slot. Post-run volunteers are typically scheduled for at least 2 consecutive weeks to cut down on handoffs of the bins, and because it's a relatively easy job. Post-run drinks are entirely volunteer supported, so if you regularly enjoy this SLR perk, do your part to keep it going! Volunteering is easy, doesn't take a lot of time, and all restocking expenses will be reimbursed by the club.

Happy running!

Mike

 
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