Bob Andrews, who last May become the first 80 year old to complete the Patch Sprint course, was recently cited in a newspaper story in his North Carolina hometown.
In the article, Bob talks about his dedication towards training for the event as a means to keep in great shape, along with the importance of the event as a fundraiser.
From the story: "Andrews proudly states that in those events, he’s 'a racer, not a trekker. I train for these races 12 months a year,' he said"
Read the full story HERE
Registration is under way for the debut running (and hiking) of the POND SPRINT fund raising race. The race is scheduled for
Sunday, October 11, at 10:00am.
POND SPRINT is derived from the former BARASU race, which was staged in 2014. Two major changes are in place for 2015:
"We're not sure yet what to expect," said Tim Singer, director of Adirondack Scholarship Foundation. "When the Patch Sprint went public in 2000, we had less than 20 runners. This year there were 180 participants. If Pond Sprint grows even half that quickly, we'll be pleased!"
Learn more and register at the EVENT WEB SITE