I was on a mission when I woke up this morning. The route for 10K is almost the same as the Nike Human Race – McKinley Hills and Heritage Park and I am definitely aiming for a big improvement. For this run I was able to improve my Nike Human Race time by more than 10 minutes. Official time is 55:18 which incidentally is also 1 minute faster than my 10K PR. Race Results are available in this link.
As with the recent Rio races, the UNICEF run is also one of the well-organized runs of the year. Ample water (no Rush this time), visible route and kilometer markers and freebies after the race – PhotoVendo, Starbucks (free coffee woohoo!). Congrats Coach Rio and UNICEF. The kids also get to play at the inflatable playground set up on the open field.
I ended the morning by having breakfast at McDonald’s with fellow Happy Feet runners. Thanks Sir Mon for the breakfast and again Happy Birthday.
Snapshots from this event: